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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 9, 1836, Alton, Illinois                                MBW 8IIOUU WITU OANDOn THE BY THE At 60 if pa pnJd within 3 J BCribln iARKS jaOOIf not from the timo of sub Or continuance 5 A deduction mado to yoarly adver i Joiro cloth nndhiifr jusl on fbrsulo Xflt thn Manufacturers by Jim 19 BOSTON N AIM 100 kegs 3d lo lliiitun Iron received per itconibr for MANNlNa t CO Tlio itibicriliers hara on hands few mud of good hog round whliih CAN hod on Mr OODFRRffOlLtlAJf If 30007 be h Iealhersi JLUUU received and bblliAmerican pur slid for mle fens received bngii prlinu llio mid cOHeoirlB lihds mar and by J Jan 10 b A8II tHlimiccinmdcon eoiiiignmciiu pfnrodure to New Belli New York or 13 OILMAN li sujrar Ii janS COTTON V A llis Colloh from tnii Nowtiort jnn27i BIBHRSOIVI reneivud on confignlueatnnd for tola nt prices 30 lapfcrlor Wood jan87 11 CASIIwill bo 3000 DRY HIDES delivered bolwoon tbii ind tbo first day of April by Fob 17 HllBI dried r per and fnrialo i ob 24 If tVParlnerihSThTrctorore Aeiislinf under tho linn Jerry 4 ii this day duiutred hv mutual i Tho remainder or tho stock on of which Is just havinalradjr disposed of their will lie sold at ajmall adfanco ns their ntead to chaairu naturaof busmen soon ns jit Ui Alien inn piucei grTen JL nnd yellow llannclst 4 pieces priutcjl Jusl ccivcd and forsale jan 18 salo al 2 30 first JU rato Bacon Peb 17 uf IfiO AriLsnilhlnC mitts of thin JO of whieli ire under fence and Log Cntiin and luila lllo and n orchard upwards of 00 a iiarl nf tlio aboie is Urn rale Timber and Iho balance eicellenl tillable The aliovo farm lies directly on the Carrolton and Jackionville Ilosd teriiM aiinly lo lUVlS ft Attya at General Innil dotrn Holts lupcrlo ivirn just recoiTed aiiil for ule by recoivod by broad and narrow brim lor sale by RYDER HUST s Ii Iowa a of coniiltlnK of Cut Decanlcrsi Specie La Cup Aa 4 JUST receired per Boonilirk 10 hhdi New Orleans 30 bbtt dodo 10 boxes browii Havana do cailu loaf do i IU bbls superior Sugar House incgs 50 dol lloston first Marlilc o new and superior article 10 bales ASONS Sacrea llarjl In 1aten m received M bed issortcd sues 1 od by Gtorgo 100 IUcciv KOOils punhifei ot retail f rcvloiis to tl notified tc nre left with us Tor and uiwis iituncdl otcly attended to will be Indiscriminately DAVIS KHUM Attysfor Mnnniig persons indeblcd lo Hie lubsrrlbi whose notes and acoounts aro duo will fuid it t their interest to call and VBB81 boxes fres Alaloira IltilsinB of approved juil rtoeltei I Boonslick from Orleans and for bi i 87 v MMitwl ft comprising Ji tonera assor i for 19 Am B i 150 Omtlemons Souiuol Bound about Grain b for salo hv n t jr O to ccinlrn Coal dilltemd llio OILMAN CO iiul luiiljrs MVUWlWOf iiperlor diffmul stt POUK rvlNCi Co Will my ike high In ciili for or Pork in Inrr Alum 11 toro ana I OILMAN fr BO icolid door fiom the conur aisorud iftuliiT 1 L and foriuU by 30 Ital Wl le bherr by jan 27 mi 11 of iveei per sleanicr Compromise and MANNiMO CO Hero tho Speaker interrupted Wise b mo thoro was no fuiindali order to call incmbors b vbfing after 12 ek ncln Cliapi ml pnbl neiv siihiction ol best ineluillos u colcie mlro I 1 ho ahme work It in PA islifid and for idle by Ai janjn Ian 19 Wlieat or CornSacks YJCCHU reainera ju ci received and fcnalehv If jnn 19 CO SOdo formiciy ijiferior arliclej per steamboat Iowa nicnlvrtl I for sale br i 1000 li O SB FOKBIGN IN DOMESTIC DBALEH Sccoiidand Water OF TOWN LOTS 2d will bo at 200 in the Tliaio town lots aro ait atodon i it elerated and nightly prairio Siuningwilbin the Many ofthoso lots are tod for and all desirablo Ii of Ibo town and lm of In N Mo AUO Ltodon t si and mil oy o being e bankof Illinois arid tliotbnnina The lie 10 surro llioSl ano nos a tiotnnina on nftllijAUon of wliich lijllst fcen tbat must mako bjr farthoIargeit inland town in o staid leaving out of view Iho prospect for P from its eon aj pusMon is most bnotjiird iii band op tlieda laluJlio remainder in nine Fob Low In the town of MOID offered fir offat thepointgenar iflj known namo of Eat 5 Morgan It it distant about from and U surrounded by well eultiva It is aliq on tbo State lload from TUoro iiinosrtlio ownfalargo Steam to wliieiiii leinj attached a Saw A lareopub cHiliso will bo built io tho Tlioso Hlilij to examine a plan of the town do bf applying toeitbor of tlio TANNER TIIK SALE OF TOWN LOTS 1N Greene on the east bank Illinois the accmd day y lllinoi River JL itrcam in lliia nd ii soon doitinedtbho agreat iro the Mmlinippt to Dm e Lakes tothc Tho if a speedy of the Illinois and n t and can liani oncct ban n dr trado Tho im 100 of creating a injrkot town upon tho of the is a good lanil rsteam bf will lyliin ills tlint linty of Greene counties and at no itlier point bctiroen II II UI1U Ul IIU M1IU1 JIU1IIV UUilrUUII TaplWaiid tho mouth tbo river has public hie n il icrl IViS liioS ion bean the silo of a town is in any rcspectaqualto that of ALBA ibo vilh perfect confidunco and witibut extravagantly re its crying down olh ns on tbo or impro bavo tlio town of J will offer atpiblic on Saturday day of 200 TOWN LOTK ill ensure to Ibatono ourtrof Ibopiircliasuaionoy shall be expen miblic purposcoffor lbo benefit ofsaid tlioso who iayo kotcxamlnod tholllinoia froni Ibo inbiltr bVaco has boonprovcil by rcsidonls to anil tlmt ill liliinliun ihe landing for steam s evodn low although and aiMnins a prairio ar bout ekbt miles four in being BMrrpumleJ by tlicr inbro eilended prairi and IntorspevsAl with nilHeiirUtiin Lhat ti be ho is rbr boats alruijy and rapid ly indroasing in nn olltarpvising and nlalihy is ailiialcd 3jmiles from month and 25 from The necessityTorUm abuoUaiioo of jrooilaloiio for buildingind other purposes near by oil opposite lidoif thu nntur al aiivanjiioa fora aitualcd aa a direct route leading from Vnjalia by Carlinvlllo Orconfiolr tlirongb Albany Groon floliljJkVhiVoiiall tbroligi Albany and Bollview to with llio rich olTorgrual inducements fur the bore to lliogo who wish lo iuor4ililo or Greciioconity accfiriling lo llio voniiu of laaili by tbo oonsimof ooutiunod owing to ils rich soil nil loonl it wilMdinit of af as auy ty in i Tbo lornis tonlh onsb in anil Noteswllb will bo reiinii Thoiio wbu prefHo pi promptly tbu wbolo purchaso inonUfinay dp Boat udisoounl of IS Albar is niluatoj on tbo B half of section half soc lion U wcsl of tin tho third princinal lufjJinii nCDAIT IN THE HOUSE Ol SPEECH OP Onthe causes of the of the VorKficatwn DM oftte last scsaon Fnn I did nol expect this discus sion lo arise I was in preparalion for another and if my and in fercncosfrom bo not presented so well arranged as they might and ns is desirablo Ihey should Ihopo I shall bo excused on ho score of thus being called up unexpected motor shall bo right in uuanuiii Who ts responsible for the loss of the Fortifi cation susioril is now made to supersede almost every other no mat lor how prcssingly and immediately H nay involve ho most important public inter ests for the I readily confess that we should he providing for tlio future rather Ihan squabbling aboul the But so it Ihe iitrly hos seen fit to mako this a csl question it raorit j il has been discussed in nil ho public particularly that which is ho organof Ihe is mado tho nost prominent subject ofdiscussion in Con rcssj the moat woful misrepresentations con cerning it havo obtained currency and lenccr Iho innocent are mado lo bear the sins itho guilty triilhand justice both havo been lolatedj a presidential canvass is in Mttylo depend upon thfs question Iho public mnd is anxiously inquiring about and Iain clerrnined thai ihe tchole truth shall bo nd lhat all the light which I can shed upon t shall bo given o the The discussion bus far has been perfcclly By ono iarty Iho by another the House of has been charged wilh Ihe loss of hat Now Ibo main fact I rise o establish thai tieiVicr tic House bfRcfrescnMhei is justly chdrgeabU oitlt its lot all crimination and rccrimina tlie Senate of both innocent forever cease for I an prove by this journal holding up thn jour ial oflho last House and by olhcr indu lilablc testimony that neither the alenortho house was responsible or censurable or the failure of lhat The Sehatu did its Jim HouBodid ils and both ipt only willing buTanxious for No blamo is fairly attributed to PI say as Nathan said unlo aftthe manll pointing directly to Sir Jet nol the gentleman from1 Now ieman has always been courteous and kind to niid I desiro over obe and rcspcclful to m this which I must regard OEspfttll personal ect is inlrpbuced by the question is it ho is hero present lo lofond eyb andTacc lo his Houso is Iho place for Ihe before the Sl37crAAUoJvhohv nnd Iho truth llio us God i Cnpitoj Ihero chargeAim ns being in wilh olhors of his responsible for ho failure of the forlificnlibn thi last Low and oftlio last ew of iho senele nnd of last can here tell the whole trulh n his place if iho gentlemen will comb oul ully as Ihey Each house of this con pcss is snpplicd from Ihe committee of con erencoof the last session withawitness lo ill tho who he disclose Ihe real truth of whole Will hey satisfy llio they ell vhalthcy know Will they disclose and conceal nothing I lo speak bill and hold nothing Tor thejako of trulh and justice I could not sit my seal calmly and arid tuflerilietorlura of this less rieeand know ngthe whole and it could to or ils Ihough take this as personally or gentl session of last Cohmcss And sir chllciuan vho spoko a few ago on the increase of Vayy need nol havo bcqn so lurticular lo throw a stumbling block vay of of speech anil of inquiry his cmphWicallyso on thai it was not trub lhat IheHousQ of ircsentalivos was rosposiblo for his No man who knows Iho Iriilli of Iho Whotlior Iho Houso of Representatives wi guilty or not is nol ho Iruo ono will join lhat Issue wilh Iho geiitlcnm and no ono who knows the truth of tho cas vill accuse llle I hero mako the ns I believe ho my own ami Ihai era to be truo nnd I appeal lo the lo To tho facts tho fads On tho night of tho 3d of Ilia Uuceinillionsamendincnflo bill net makin appropriations for cor ain fottiflcnlionsof Iho Lnilcd licrolo foro for Iho year was lo lortcdiby IhcGominiltooof the Whole House on tho Slalo of the Thai amendment reads as And be it further That Ibo sum of hrco rnillions and tho same is ap to be in whole or in under Ibo diiculiou of iho 1residcnl of ho United fur the military and naval including fortifications anil and increase of Iho provided utich ex penditures shall be rendered necessary for llio jefonco oflho country prior lo the next Ing of On llio queslion that Iho IIouso dn concur wilh commitlco in ibis Ihu voles 1 beg of Ihn to mark tho number of voles ns 1 On Iho bill lo establish branches of Iho Iho next upon a rail of Iho null 113 Number of iV message wasnflerwnrda received from the informing Iho houso that they disa greed o Iho Ihrcu millions A motion was mado by Ciholson lhat ill liotiso do recede frora ils Tho previous question was tbon nnd mi he main question Will the hniise recede frum the said ainoiKlllienl 7 tho volo slood 87 Number of Iho hen on its and tent a message to Tbu reluniid n message ihal Iho ale adhere to Iheir ilisugrfuiiicnl oflho merit of ihu A motibii wnd then miidu Ivy Cniiibrelinjr lhaUhc Ijouat do ajlicre lo their snid amend name on the replied was leading from tho journal of Iho lasl con by Ilubbml rcnco which WHICH lllo lion was Mr Lewis and werenppninicd mnn agers lo conduct the said conference on the r tho s ris of full dove he was in his Mr tambreling is now in Hubbard is now Hero llio Speakeragain and said Iliogenilenian was out of order incallinc gonilcmbri MrvAViso that he was readini rram ho of I lln rropeabout hli uillsliould all own head I seo violence to ruth and Iivas present williThe moans of Ihowitness Iho bestwitnesses Iho case admits come forward and leslify fully as lo the known or unknown Hero Mr Camlroling sajil liewould tell I am glad to hear I shall bongral ilalo the friends of Irulli and all bb UuUo Tho Senate was notified of tho request for a Tho house Ihen tho consider ation of tbo render permanenl Ihe enl mode ofsupplying tho which ook up considerable fiom bc joinl commillcqon reported Ihe cxaminalion enrolled and 3iclfcrson rcpoflul thai forly foiir bills had been prbaenlod the lilies ol which Were JWV Ashley bf during this made ivhich look up considerable to lake upn which docs notnppoaron And at this and every point of limo Ihe was delayed by continual cllbrlslo take particular suhjcCls not in Ihoconsidor 0 ho volo on Ihie Proviou three millions amcndmcnl had Iho no ho remained in Ihu house uflcr being appointee committee of conference unlil ibo volo on the Cumberland road nnd voted on tha hill that Iho commitlco did not return to tho house unlil ahoul Ihe limb of the vote on the Moore and Letcber which was some time nflcr 12 Wise the gentleman tho pcrjiJemiin has served in moro ban oneCongress did he any Jt orsiiy of any question aboul Iho before Iho last night of thelasl session BEAHBSLY said libcould nol subniil bus to be I know that fiom childhood catc chisms arc but when Irulh is suf wo must all submit patienlty o be and tho musl know II the facts and llio wholo intent in this Bul porliaru by that gentlemans watch it was ivassoon after of From ho time o io uppoinlmont of ihe until the vote on iho Cumberland road moro Ihan an hour nnd if lib gentleman was so conscientious about the time of night ho lug ho should have lo do his du ly on llio committee of lest Ilii expire bcforo Ibis precious bill in conscience bo An did mil bul delayed unlil tlie iour had he on lint if on no oilier bo hold my re collection that Ihe committee of conforenco rulurncd into the houso before the vote on Ihu Cumberland road bill and justboforo ill lime of that was Iho first notice iliatl af llio The vole on Iho Cumberland bill was tnken up after 12 oclock nt 1 two kOihnuf of Ihan whom no man is more honest and no man more uuunbclcdly scrupulous on when his was pulled oul his and audibly to the huuso thai ho could no longer remain in his seal and for Ihe reason thai the of Iwulvohad IIo immediately lufi iho Ho practised bona fide what ho tho first notico of Ibo and of Iho qtioslion whether in fact we upon thai falso clock r pointing to Ihu clock above the SpcakerH bauds of whch ucrc mado to poinl tuil liiglil It the tirst liuio in my life lliiit I over saw old Time 1 wards the old might Butm hnvo to their youth thnl is I wh that clock was lia Io rcliod un his own watclt which was regu lated by his Thus reminded ol the hour nnd struck by Iho conduclof iiL upon whcsn watch and whoso J oulil 1 WJIH on Iho jKiinl uf inukiiig lo lliu bill before tiiti fur nianon tho hour as well ns of cousliiulioinl 1 was prevented by my from M who hold mo down in a playful in my which circiiiiislnnco lie may 1 am ccrlain thnl when Iho vutq Cimihur land road bill was the cuniu and wns I voted on lint billon account if my ciinslilutinunl ubjections tu nild d il sinful v the bll volo Number of 174 fjcls whicli I when apnroaciiing other fccts which Ibl The house will tbremcmbor that of conference was nppoinlcd I io commitlco of conference returned just belWornl Iho timo of the vote not resolutions learc Aiint from of the throe million amendment uniilthe Cuntbciland road bill the ycaVartd nays wore balled fi rent ciid immediately iirceodihc Iho fmd Iho n of S n l y n in a from for whicli Iho i Teas bad been Ihe reason that Iho 23d con rress liad been elected had Such s the vole nnd such llio reason for not votinir as the journal shows beyond Hero Boardslcy said that by his walch t was not so lalo as 12 oclock when the vote recnllpi about tho opioion lock and lot thai 12 though il w M know it was 12 forl remember well iho that of Georgia conscience did keep aslrict vatch over his time announced it to ho and departed froln his Whicli never did unless by sicknessor a sense of arid I I was held n my scat by thosjrongafmof a strong friend of Iho Cumberland The name of hat gentleman is not the only name which I wish llio house lo remember among Ihe voles on Ibis bill after 12 oclock nt Ihe wo the oaoii Here Ihe Speaker again for calling members by I claim the lo iend Ihe journal of the last session of are what aro fton I cannot get nlong unless I am o things by their right It is im possible for mo to get along with any thing like a connected relation of if I am Ihu had till ias I thought ho Wise that I was reading fr the and 1 claim tho right to plainly oul Iho namo Cam Cries of go on go As soon as Churchill Cambreleng gav this and all Iho voles were after Ii might as well havo done his duty and made hi report lo the But Ibis is not TV enrolled bills noisl one of whicl the Speaker signed after 13 oclock at nigh of then moved Iho fol lowing That the hour having when the term for which this house was clectei has wedo now note that here is a resolution oOered lo Iho lioiisn giving additional to that o thai the how had Not by wham this resolution was by a gen tlcman whoaflorwards The Chair ngain interposed for colling proper I read from tho leal the addition of the house lo the fact thai here is a resolution to adjourn for the reason of lln lime of the hour bad of sly moved lo for iho purpost sit afior 12 Herqis double notice It nil who bad conscientious It wa Where was tho Want of a juoruu lo do this A motion was then made to suspend the rules to tnku up the Moore cud Lctcber ics was the wnnt of a quorum lo prevent doinj Ibis Alur Ibo previous question wa moved nnd On tho question ill ho houo lo Iho n rein rncilcd Ibo viilo 11 Number of No quorum bill among tho yeas I the mines John Qui CainbrclLng uflcr nli had been lluicc mililicd lhalll Whore were their COIKC of lo assigning tbo Nad given writing before lhas vote was Ihe scruples of tho gentleman niter Una gave ar one reason for uot rcportini hoTr of conference that Hour bad come n mailer 6t ot one mo enrolled bills were next rcnorftd having been prbsnnlcd to Iho President for Ills signature j and a message was next received from the notifying the housothi house of course the in lorm after lt o imd signed more Ihan 70 enrolled It is notorious that ho was in that room signing bills after thai limn of after Gilmerhad and after Iho rcsolulion of Mr Jarvis lo Tho Chair again interrupted Wise for mentioning Wise asked what names Tho Tho name of lam reading from the Tho I did not eo understand the hose names which I im reading from the according o on the ad of March lasl Mercer said his Mri nust of necessity refer to Ihc of icrs of the last I claim llio right to ami rotest againstlhis interruption of Ihe Speaker The Chair disclaimed any intention ofinfer upling the gentleman from then wilt t rom the seliale as to enrolled signed by 10 could wo receive this measago if wo were dead A motion woo gain mado Jarvis to Hern was that Samuel of New declined tho ground ial the session had expired 1 He was called nd came at this because the hour id come Had hot thehour come on tho road bill Was not notico given o all by that tho hour bad come Beardsleys name was passerf and 10 did not vote again that nightTherewero many others who did not comoagainilhat vhp had a call from behind hrunk from and skulked behind hat behind appeared and isappcarcd the soind of whistle and vhoshould have shrnnkinto The question taken on moved Ihen after 12 who had already by wo were The vote stood 15 no ess Ihan fromthe utivc among which was of ho Postmaster which was road and Mr of Floridaj laid upon the legislature of that In a every species bflcgislativbmibn Was We were powers and of a House of dead bul living with Iho substance ns well os llio semblance of organized Speaker silling in lhat the mem hors lioro long after it was noto oclock waspiat and gone Thus thus nctinff and having our wo rocoiv eda message fromvW Senalo to notify tlio bouse that the Senate was Wailing for us to upon the forlificalibn L A message froni the by Mr thoir Secretary Speaker I am directed to bringto tills houso a resolution passed by tho and which is ns follows That a message bo Sent lo tho honornblo Iho house of fnlly to remind the houso oftho reportof tho commitlco of confercnco appointed on the dis agreeing voles of Iho two Houses on Ihe amend ment of iho Housa lo Iho amendment of iho Senate lo the bill respecting Uio fortifications of llio United v wl laid id this message could havo been offensive It is expressly rfi tpetlful in its language and in its Tho Scnnlu was1 waiting fur tho action ol ihe House on Ibis which alono delayed Iho lion of Ibo and wliich remained unact ed upon by the whilst il was acting up on n greal varioly of oilier business of much lesa To my tbo Senate by this so much abused in tho interpreta tion of said lo Iho House respectfully1 do not wish the bill and vie re speclfiilly ask that you will act upon and sure the of the country involved in its ji This message was received il was nol sent bick wilh an insult lo the Iho gentleman from Massachusetts M dashed it on thoir fiw The Chair hero said il was orler nilulpe in r lorejp1 TKhy bo does nol should and 1 Massacbusclls aniil Hint refiwcd lo vote after 12 oclock for 0l jn of put Ihe in mom cbiiritahle where i 111 I11OII1 Clliiruuiliu p oluoclions to and do N Mf n lllo Etcher auTUofha coScod auiiouitcing bcfurbband if that wua IbJ the and com already detailed iiio vote on the rcsolulioa icnsation to Roberl decided at tho timu the returned into Iho Houso frorn the con il wits nscerlaincd lhal a quorum wag nol prreenl and that ha declined lo in ike llio said on the ground lhat thu lerin fur which the had been chosen had Up lu this ninincul Iho nnuso had been hour ly wailing for tho report of the commitlco and not unlil Ibis moment had lenst intimation been that Ihe of reporl ccrlained no quorum was prcsi iitnuation been guon mat me conimillee would decline to tho Ho gave two reasons firsltf no quorum was u ws this ascertained Why a quurum That is what I wish l   

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