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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 23, 1836, Alton, Illinois v enoUlD WITH CASIDOU AVOW TlIEin PBtS AND NOT cmvmt uE OITOSITION or Tnurii is MAltGlI OATEWOODS SPEECH AT LATE XIIK PublMfd every Wednesday BY TREADWAY At 50 if paid in or 3 00 If not paid wilhin 3 from the of sub or gaderjl OOj for each continuance A liberal Induction made lo chill and hair 0 on end fertile the Manufacturers bj jan 13 BOHTON NAILS kersaj lo Itoston Iron rttciricl per steamer for ealeby 27 MANNING 4 ANwiwtt cor WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN Dry and i FORWARDING COMMISSION fi B Adfancei made on January subscribers havo on hanit a few thou sand pounds of good be on fair feb3 OILMAX If bbli American receded ptr and for sale by COBVEB AND baje Itio stud Ilarnm coffee 18 ittjar jaat and for sale by Jan 13 OILMAN aY CASH adrancea on consignments of produce to New New York or by 19 OILMAN COTTON Cotton juitrtcd from the Newport Manufacturing Company SIOER50N received on coiiiignQiejit mntt for able at pricaa 36 auparior Wood jan 27 ASH will paid for a or 3UOO DRT 1IIDEI dolirered between thia mod tie day of April by Fed 17 C IlVBARMARD fc Surgical Ana tomical Shop from Druggists or Country Mer hants put up on the most reasonable Mam between Vine Laurel Dll ED barrels dried rte liar and forlale hr fell 24 OILMAN pieces green and yellow flsancls 4 piecea printed Jut eeiTed and for sate Ion1 br F IOlt sale at 4 Tontine M first rate Bacon Fob 17 OR I1AHM of 160 Acres within f miles if this 60 aerea of which are under fence and F tbe premises tia a bla and a fine young orchard of upwards of 900 a part of the above is first rate Timber and the balance excellent tillable The above farm lies directljr on the Carrollon and Jacksonville for further iiarticulan and terras atinlr to DAVIS i Attys General land Hi Kira jap 13 doten Holts superior received and for tale by H Imt by 30 cnsai brouJ brim and al5hT HYDER JUST a b Iowa lot ol Gleasrf consisting of Cut r Specie Preserve Cup And for Jan RILEV ti JUST received per Boonslick 10 fends New Orleans sugar 30 bbls dodo 10 brown Havana do B casks loaf do 40 bbls superior Sugar 60 bags green 40 do do lOOdoRio do 10 doTeiiper 10 do Alsnice lOOUnCUns CO do Nit Ma rble a new and superior article 10 bales MANNING b feet white pine a b 1aisl lad for tile by jonlS FULTOK Masons Sacred Harp tea MASONS just received auid for si reewed per for br jan 10 MANNING O ME cak Pale Lobo Sbarry Wiue a saparior received direct by feb 24 received per s b fen VF jars of first and for sale b i hundred kegsFFFDapoints Ftiflc Towdari 2110 canisters do dodo kegs do 25 do do FFF riQe Rctelved per Collier and for tele by Zl MANNING tV kera rifle For sal jan 19 OILMAN READY MADE Ladies rino latest fashion 150 Gentlemens Cam blal 110 do Tartan Plaid i dot Sattinet Round sisals 10 do do for cheap by MANNING k patent new aod A article 19 percussion do t caaes sao percussion and lint for sale by MANNING Crnll J ccived per a b for sale by Fob 34 2TONE subscribers wish to ccntrac for bashjli Stone Coal delivered at tbe laaj loa in FeblT GODFS OILMAN bags on oy t lM of md pay Market in for or Pork lllllk or MEALER Wafr JOHIV tlEAUUl 1H Q VEEJVS 4 Water vore PHUJL OJUMfS S A JONES WHOLESALE AND IX Sur tcons Glass window GlaKR Jit Mi Siyn CeVAItWEIjLi Commission A Forwarding WATER A iso WHOLESALE AND IlEArEIls IK R1LEV t 9na Ccmmtssion Main Saint JESiE qfjftu BADS Ac wsiion and Forwarding AXD WHOLESALE DKALEItS IN IVOItBlON AND DOMESTIC LIQUOItS EADS 4 Htftr for lots to suit purchasers thefol vit Kew Orleans and Havana white and Mo Irish Windward Isli rdeam and Ame New Orleans Hicks BrsndVKlcders Apple and Gisn Malaga and ALSO daily expecting from the eastern market Packages of Heasonnblo Dry Tor the Spring including 150 bales brown aheet All of which will be sold cheap for caih or ncgotlabUnotci it SKki grand Alom la sad OILMAN assortmenlion and forsali by it the plastered store necond door from corner of CIIArHON removed from the corner of fourth to 185 Market tetitmn Fourth and Fifilt THEY take pleasure in making it known that the arrangements to Keep an o tbe most faibionable hnit been with them I number of is at present iu and is to select Ihe handsomest he thinks will suit the Western market for the ensuing They have now on hand the following aud other Lutestrings black Gros de a sepctiorarticle black Gros de Paris blnck and ored iroi de Naples rich figured Satin anil Ori ental do black and colored figured Gros de Naples Pombadour and painted Chally colored Floienrc and culortd Satin fancy Silk and tjuuie lltikfs rich dered Thibet Ildkfs and Shawls Merino do do rich Nacre and Shawls Linen Cambric Fsncy do Lutestring Cravats block and c Vrlvet white and pink Cranet black and white Silk Hose do do Half llosc Mens Womens white nnd collorcd lloskin Movri dodoIUner and Buckskin do do black white Silk do Silk 1attinet Gloves and Iloskin Milts Mens and Womens Raw Silk a eery general assortment of Thread Bobbinet and Cotton Iarca and Edgings Quillings and Insurtionst anil 64 plain anilHpur td Gbite and black Hobbmetts a miu niiortment ol D and others Muilm In and others figured and plain Swisi Minim o and collorad Mantua Ribbons eTbiuic Garniture do from 012 la rich Sutii a Miner d collorri Silk and Itnliiui gebood streets received from Kentock quality for sale br MANNING bbls JL tanners oil 10 do I Mackerel 10 half do X do i 90 muter casks consisting of Sweet Red Old Madeira ant per Compronme and MANNING CO TUB WESTERN new o Sacred from Ilia best Including a cf sitw and original with a concise lot re ductioD to the nrt by and W work is injATENT OIOVEH k down arbolen jlovea souic ier olen jlovea J for Wheat or Cora Sad C9 iwll IWy 14 Jo do Jo N addition to Slock of BOO 1 havo juit on conugn a larfe and beautiful variety of Wooden oniiitinir in part of 118 Iron bounil Painted Ilnckcls 12 do Wagon Pails 60 ncils Iron painted nnil tin piinted tuba 9J doi Wooden bound BO do Keelers 20 do Can Pails 60 do Round lloxca 20 do Grain Hoasurei a dozen cases new thick Jloots a superior article six Voung lljson Soucbong and Pouchong loaa twolve Hicily Lisbon and Malafj Wii S C moit aceororoodatinj term Dioal Daily ODO hundred dosim chain vrariou f and with of qf tho latut faihwnabla IIILiubicriberi to employ G fini ruto Itriclt Maken and h and 20 To H ai cun come well ruto WHRM 1 conilnrit timilpyinent be given from to tho tnd of the TbeiubKribtn will contrncfto and y rMionnble quantity of brick at inrcaaouable iirieei con be IintJ in ttml ivnrrantccl both u tu irood ck and rate b Fob a1 Hrno fc i Durham Short Horn Mull is offered for aaloon reasonable lo loan nne Imported by William Crojlinn forlm brother Julm finest animal ever brought lo s and wiia lit iaiprovc the stork ofMadiion county nud in ncKlilmr forpurliculiirai oniily to be March If S1Eli OIILS ptiiiio Kciv Orlcani Molntira in 1st qnnliiv nnd fonolo fuw by March 2 MANNING it per BudTiSHSi 0Jihds priniQDcw crop luzar G boxen briiwn VUIIH IflUftrcpitiftwricei 10j UHck tea 50 Xen tifirnnr fiOclonmim do lOcaiki r WIUBI 100 fornle low by Marcli2 ADItOM CIRCUIT Kfttbaniol I April Term V Petitiuu Tor Ts Jolm avid Juicph Elvira Ed Minimi Ed wardi Srnjamin Jahn and Margaret JL his JITotes tnitiam George rvltn William James GWtam ami Mary hit Jacob Judy nnd Ms Jacob Swiggart and Hester Jinn his and Jacob Jlanhullaitd Elvira liit wife VTOTICE IS HEURBY tlie abovo named and to all otli s interested Ibat tlie above named athanicl tljia day filod a petition in tlie Ofllce of tho Clerk of tlia rcuit Court inland fur aaid county of Ma for partition ofthe following and acts of to wit altthat tract and pnroel land and all parts aud parcels thereof 9Uu and being iu the town of Alton and nnty of and bouniledind described ivit beginning on Market the said town of at the south west block number as will pear by Iho anrvcy and plat of said ted January eighteen hundred and recorded in the Recorders of e county of Madison us laid out by ifus and running thence unslwardly tho northern line of 9th Street in said own to the east linoofj Henry Slreetin laid wn thence south along the said of said cnry Street to tho Mississippi thence jwn the bank of unid river lo Iho western ie of fractional section in town ip five north range ten of tho third incipat in said theuce orthwith the last mentioned line to tho smith st corner of the south cast quarter uf section umber in said township and icnco north along the eastern lino of said1 uarter section number o lit a north cast orner tlicnce west along tho northern no of said quarter soclion uuinbei to a oint from whence a line continuing on the astern liqo of said Market street from the ace of beginning running northwardly will rike the said point containing eighty acres Lots and Lot 8 in Mechanics number one ll so Lots in Mechanics Square ttvo 3 as the a a id squares and lots arc laid upon thoplatofsaw town And tha m Defendants are further the id will at a special term of etiiu adifion to holden nt tlie uurl House in Edwarilsvillo on Urn 4th Mon y of April the firtt day of said term as soon thereafter as counsel can be ovc uaid court for an order to havo such par lion when and where you and each ol ou can appear and answer said or oir cause why the prayer of said petition on Id not bo Drms fc ompts Clerk March AUOIHIN ClHCUlT Benjamin j jAPril Term 1830 VB I Iii Icanor j Samuel jThompion adminitlrntor deboni m nflhe Estate of jHcxandfir Miller deceased Iffst and Joseph adtninis ntort Ifthc Estate nf llitiinrn Ann LelilUi JUKce atii filliam Henry VTOTJCK IS IlKKKliV tin above namutl Defendants auJ to alt oth interested in the Instates of Alexander illerfc MKuo thu 10 above named coinplaiuaiit him this day filet is tall of complaint in tho above cntitlei to procure nil order from said de recing a spcciGc cnnveyunce to Iho saidHenjr of the lands and premises describe nd set forth in his said and that mi omplainant will un the first day of tlio Apr erm of said court to bo holdon at Iho Coitr iu Carliuvillu on the 2d Monday in Ajiri or as soon thurcafter as can b move said Court fur such wlic nd wliurc the above named and a thcrs interested herein can appear and nn worsaid bill nf nnd Rhew cniiso ny they why the prayer of tbu cunpla ant should not be Divis THWTUAH Jomplb M C Tub l To Gabriel JJriijnmin Ca tharino Sophia I ami heirs at liiwiif IJene Ksltlle Jherrsc tkildren nf Gabriel Paul Gabriel flatriel Smith and Jlmilic his August EJwar find Henry ilAKIO that at the next term tif t Madison Circuit to be a Muuday of 18 will apply fur parti lion of all that tract of lau jing in Madison County and containing nboi even hundred and twcnlyscvon bciii residue of a tractof 1000 aerre uf pu chased by Atijjuslo my lato liufibnt Vorn Jolm Rico biung claim lJir mUurruy OSI or pateiuod to sui Attgiuto Choutoau as assignee of Kit bounded liy Congress tnternd I unknown by a part of same tra lo hi to WAREJ II h riubscribcr but inken part of tliti Stone lately occupied by Aldricli being tbe conililonrrojtrrum Mark Pierwui uflvn 130 pnintcd 1 Wnfrgon Ifi 11 70 I Hound Painted 10 Wood l 40 dm 17 from 14 to S54 per 2 I Itonk Willow and CJbthei Wirennd llitir Also un iDiortmeitt of Orocencn iiicluitiiiL lOfRblt ro A c ui the roiiccrn will be tctdeu ny LOSO tlic old Upjicr Allon ivbcrc all pcrsonii d are reqmskd to cull mid my tlitir ENOCH UILMANtfc Mnrcb the Horu Up per in by n n cflrptit nvuliijw Tlie omitr it requtsted to prove nropcr ctiurgta mid tbkti it ftr MurrhO I TJIEHKHK CERllfi TtlAijr of COMMISSION JVEjr i KB prepared to attend lo nil Apcncios Ionvardlnjr and Commission id respectfully solicit a sliaro of Abljah do Thomas lloiton do and do march 10 TI IV rtpfive bis of 1IAU T upaolfcwilBl v 1 nn ntst door March c Cotton received fbrsale onouhsiffn STONB MANN1NX4 nnd OPE COTTON KACTQBV AT T lie agents for the pliuve tnanufnctory Colton have on and arc constntitly sunnlitsof both short und long Country rrcliunti nie invited to Mcli 0 HI LEY A cotlei just received Hn fe a superior just rtiTcntd per s I Collier nnd for sale liy 9 it ta of produce to Kciv Orleans Kew York SIMEON hlids recd per i b aud for by March 0 it liLS DllVlil juil received aud lormlcby ITJST jirr iteam boat 25 ubls 1 Braiidy 25 30 boxc Baisintj 5 bales oieon Mnielia and rirthi t f Cin SIGERHON und Tj surted by MPRINt AMD late nrrirals on low and accommotlntinc term rratesi and and China tI75 cases nnd boxes of Mini und prccni gbti ant all siics rrateaof assoctei inceniwnre biul ri5fs of assailed nd cliosen inrticulnrlj1 to uuit country e A jiorttnn nf Iho above nrith lien mid ready for iu our Avurerooms an tore 3 and doors nbove BAVAGta Auoliu Main 1nrriiuHTd and Illinois Merchants nre invited to in nnd ices Oieinsclvi t who c lioiie to llial we ran rurniih on better tern him similar nrliilrs run be puniircf from any easier con of ic HckBgriufalUiieaiiut up carefully and orders slrictl ttLndcd tu by WATSON Thn Vnnilnlia Advoeulu und Jounic ill publish thtinbovcinUtitisenieniatiiiieauiid forwar uir to at St March SAVBB BSASfEY o in in i stiio u r c h rin t s 70ULD inform their friends and th V V jjiiljlic thenmlve vith lurge uniTroiiiniuiJiuui they nre pri ian d in iraiiBaiil n Gcnural Porwunl ny uud Irodiicu liayiuQlx provult htmatUfswuli uml careful Uicy will Icbiicil juoia to to aujr part StntL at a rtaimnihlc 7 Vie usual advances on BHAY li Orlron A IV1 JO NOW Landing from 8 H Solrna UO Prime Orloana 111 It 2 10 1 Is and furanlobj huvt dny i JL toi ther uniltr lite of ljtlhtr uiuii r ihr H kof HLOO tt C r ihc purpisf of trniiiartiiiff a lirubrittti iyingand furwa of nil utlictcs 18M tC SMts in Allon livnily In Ihirty kits lyini in Upper Alto I1 tbr Safu will be ojfcrcJ f Tullli lilc nrlt fnir ill This prnprrty in nil handiainelr sillinte onir tiftha lots us cunvenicnlly fur as ai of nnd olhrrs f family n itiihlnj to obtnin Inindsnn d Tiilnftljk iirotitrlf in Upper Alton will do wall Iu lid third third sil nonta tl the in nina fcb will on thu nil iuouuuj attend before tha jtidgo in tho luwn of Btilo county uf and make butt mentor the citato of Hodg intorofted ara reiu tod in KM Adrot Mured GaUivood noil th 1 had clialloogcd any man to amw in fator Convention ays cm aod Hint ho had rlson to accept the dial Peck Aro Ton air I Oatc Several of part sim lanioiisly cried Vflre you a Van IJitren tliat h t riot butuhat ho democrat of tin d halho ivaa what lex Offraphcrs tncant when they defined tlie wort democrat that he Wai oneof thoso who clteved it Dot only but for Iho etiple ogtmrii tltemnslvesitlial ha wasono o iose was ivillinj meet andcomhatieilhcr with their their ororj cat to imuthei ing genius and and to place low po ical intrigito anil in advance of lof statcimatiship and At tins mo cnt Doiiglasi Peok and hors cried adjourn adjourn I upon bich Woathorfbrd immedialely left the be whom by that time had be jmo by far the larger part of the led out in a different Go ahead Jcf A speech from Gatewood speech from Gatowood 1 and forthwith they ore their shoulders from the bar of 10 House to the Speakers seat where he Tcred a but most powerful and clo ent in which ho in rather vore to the presumption of o not one year had been a member British House of Commons in Lower lie was both surprised and mortiG Surprised that a man of Pecks good under the at mpt Id sot liimsclfttp as aDictalurto the A encan people and mertiCcd that any sou of reyolitlionarjr should be found so stitnto of self and ide of as to follow in tho wake d hail as a this faithful subject of tho ingofour former and only joppressor and at he had upon our shores a Hcicnt lime to have en up the royal m hia said that the pocritical cant of royal about ling of the for thrt and with o was only by the rcdicu tis and claims of the Van Bu n party to the exclusiTO democracy A said who are no Hourly endeavoring to govern the people by system of oscriptton and more powerful d dangerous to liberty than a standing army a hundred thousand armed men stationed und tho Ho said that the convon oii system was a contrivance to cheat the eople out of their and togive power nd consequence tothe party were usually idlers about the towns id ud office holders and officeseek and scheming to live with ut Thegentleman from Canada ad informedliia that Convention rstcm had fix od S branJ3uren beat ome centuries have coitblm tSe or Now York as firm as a Roman or upon his or as and bat ecurcd to his frionds all tho honors the What a ommuutary said is this upon the nnhol ntrigties of this proscriptivc party Is it pos that inour free aud happy gov rnmcnt of equal a party is formed am whose avowed object to shacbli to people by parly pledges and by party dis for the purpose of establishing and riv the power of ono and his soutles opendants upon the country We are at my fellow said to knot ow the power of this man and his party wi o We havo but to take their owi orJ for They tell us it is to criablo tliei o opponents with a rod of iron ani tho spoils of vie it by vttu the convention which waivfai lothing less than an In uUcinrti iig lo i answer tho argument in of this Gatctvood he did not wish to bo uriderstood as assailing the right ot to1 hold conventions if they It is said for the advocates of this dia to opponents ofthe right people peaceably to as omblo to petition for redress of oppose no such I oppose no right ofthe either guaranteed by the or left I oppose Oally and truly boiiajidc done by lia said what 1 do oppose the practice f a land a post nod tnlil con ractor getting and their trutnpling urth their doings under the caption of A urge and respectable I oppose that the pooplo realty ilo i I aud I hopo I over oppose tho pernicious already adopted to some and ought to bo adopted to a still of a few rovcrnment oQicers and their and worthless assembling togeth and sending forth their acts under tho plans ablelmad of The People thereby uducing Iho honest and unsuspecting farmer Ui that it realty was a movement of tho that although ho himself wai not that or nearly all others were It is because these conventions arc in what they arc in I oppose It is the cursed that they enable party to play on upon an lotlcst and unsuspecting that I IOBO There but one thing more justly to bo titan tho avowed object ofthe friends of tho convention cyntem and that is the ricans by which they are ondcavoiing to effect that The hypocrisy and doccp fthis he stood without a ul ftin tho annuls of tho Fron what he had been told by and what he lincw he tvus thoroughly convinced that the whieb hnd just adjourned far exceeding in the atfsrega tho persons ut llii primary found in the front singing and ng it is hardly x for hois only supporting the principles of own adored would have a grand central to call N to nominate state ant hose appointed by an authority not known 0 the constitution or Tliis dulinction between llio federalists and opublicans in the early days of this was that the federalists had not confidence in he people for self and hey wished lo remove tho rnment as far from the people us he republicans the people capable of tvnnlcd nil powenetained n IVnich of ihcta principles roaches nearest to tho convention system ai rncticodby tho Van Huron party7 Tho con V enlion nominates i it must be bo auso it is tho acloflho Its act ire thus made more obligatory that even tha aws and constitution of the s no such thing as resisting if it be not boldly met and It shows a want jf confidence in Iho intelligence ofthe and of their capacity for self places all power in the hands of a few corrupt and irresponsible managers and intrU and boldly bids defiance topopulat vill and King Caucus and Emperor I equally The freedom of elections I more than My only is the he the free and the independent ei iression of the peoples wishes and the ilca at the said that a tern as suieEular oreanizatipji of parly was nicious in practice and destructive nf and liberties of Ihe those systerai 1 few impudent individuals govern land j as it is practiced in New a n very havo in view an lo known before hand to none but They wish lo concentrate public and accordingly the convention system is a roi j ready at that comes almost viteil to their aid a number am written to the various managers in the varjoJS counties who are friendly to tho those county managers sot lo workiq pus and in a short time jtriUfry Meet ings are got composed theVery persons tltal are and wilfunuch pre vious rejolulions back not only the very lonci of tho voice that first uttered which wcro supposed to huve dolugalod its mombera Ilo knew olsuvoral counties that were repre sented by six and seven dcju that hud novor allcmpled to ImlJ prima ry Gatewood said ho lind ofreprcsenlutivo in which one utlonded lo Iho business ofmauyi and demo when each citizcu allendod tohts own i in person i but that tnii convention ol cunsislioj of a greater number ol than Ibo whole Dumber of per sons had asqinting at form o government he had never beard Tha instant thoConrcntloQ male ill tho candidate trumpeted forth to me world ss the choicoSTlba Ion hcfuro the election fixed by the la It is pruolaimod thtset of the and the instant one of Ihe Amprl cau poople vcntorcsto dissent from ho Is slid to be uu wiemy to A What a mockery is this t Who can iff snola piciure of the convention ayslenjT tn8 boldv who can say expression 01 ion t And my fellow is it floi such a system as this that was ly unblushingly and in Ibo face of bo thrust upon us by the resolution urrfu discussion here this evening before I eaintLt and even offered in your recent convention I I havo alluded lo tho proceedings ofthe Con because I do it with bursting feel ings of patriotic pridethat convention kneta well that Ihe people are not so well drilled si lo the open avowal of a principle at once at war with their It satisfied tnV that the members of the convention when brought to Iho brink of Ihe at least paused before they They disavowed tho principle and rejected with becoming scorn the attempt of hisltoyttl Majestys em issary lo introduce Iho convention system among us i but you gentlemen of llio conven had as well at once otlopl the whole Icm as to sustain by your founder and father nf the plan AVhe else in all Ihe land profits by it but liuren and was it not well know long befora Iho meeting ofthe Baltimore convention VunBrueu was to bo nominated You cannot doubt but he in he author of that very into office solely by tboso very principles which you huvo so lalufy cpndemn permit thirssyslern lo stale arid the freedom of elections is gone Elect and the Ihe odi ous syclcrn of conventions ra established ilcd upon When some impending rfiti ger Ihrcatens willi dctlruciion intti tutions of our llic people are led bf onn impulse ooonsiilerof Iheit Xhe ivill ttien aioino irilh one spreading and uni versal itnpuUu tind defend Then it ii tlmi paliiulsaluuo came If wo fiuil now in tticio movements indiclationsof Ilircatening il is Ihe danger of Iheso very convuntous unu day destroying thQLHb0ri ticti nf tho Ncneorki of to answer of Ho the geq tlemitn from GalUtiu was ros tnkon in point of whon ho supposed tliat Iho convention had origin fa slate of New Tt ie by Iho old ftderal parly in was llic means oTclceting tbe elder Ho mid ho hud always boon a in Now New York a it was tho only in his olcctionatoodvantigo preview to Atgust L omvention lieUt iu twlJ
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