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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 30, 1836, Alton, Illinois                                SUOULD WITH OAHDOuv AND WOT COAYEH UErOJIE TUB OPrOSITlON OP IS AKI1 HAI ROTIIIKB TO null IfBOJt MARCH BY At J2 GO if paid in or OOlf nol pild within 3 from the lilno of sub one or 00 fur each continuance 25 A made lo yearly advsr rrU 10 tdo cmuutlng of Swetl licil Old Madeira nnd Pole per ilenmcr nnd IbriaUbir fl 65 doten and linir f bruihei juil on and for talc t tlie jnnJO OSTON lOOkegiJJIo B lloilon Iron received per lUnlutr fol MANNING The mbicribori have oil blind a thoil poundi of good Ing oluch ooa IIUI3 WKSTKRN new Klrclion tit Sacnd frnm the bell a lumber of acir with a ronciic inlro d action to art o lornjinnl In if The work Just nublmliad and for br jari 10 by ILSnydflmntl WOOLEN CfjOVRH fc nnd received nnd for mU by nnd lonm verj bbls received nor Navariito from and for sale by January If COMMISSION ARE prepared to attend to all Forwarding and Commission and respectfully solicit a share of Manning ft Abijah do Thomas and Weld and march 10 i IN Dry B Ol n bbli American lino Itio OlflTEB AND 235 bljl nnd coffee 10 crop for ABII coni on mnenti of produce lo New Balll Iff OILMAN llhdi Orleans new crop 60 baga Kio JLVF ci n Biipcriur article per Btanmboal low from New nfieived nnd forwilo by jnn27 MANNING BAGS cufleellio 41 Midi Snpir 1000 mcka Turk lilnnd juil received per Colliw aud Doonilkk and for tale by FebM nTTON Ibi Cotton juil re3 Trom Newport YDS lin for Bnta S10ERSON Juit received on coiijigmneiit nnd 1 tale at inanuractnren prical 38 jan7 ASH will bo paid for 1 or 3000 DKY HIDES dolirerod bclwenn this tba diy ol April bj Fab 3000 7 nflA LIS 10 rases Sil LUUW rcccivedand for 119 FULTON C Hnvann juil receired C ABU dgnmcnti of produce lo New OrluaniNeW YorL March ibv II U SIMEON barrel dried rte i f andforialeby fob 24 OILMAN t a 1745 gr lannau 4 piecee printed Juit OH iale at 2 Tonlino first ULS IIIIVED juil rccciiLd ni March 8 do do lints DANFORTII AND TO COUNTRY NEW WHOLE HALE HAT N HJR S M C O Sign Mum flmt Jaw doors below Agency Commercial SiailSON BiVB BR IN Drv CnsliugR Ciipftj dLSOt Forwarding and Commission 11A11NAIM fc IN lrHBsi Surgical Ana tomical Shop Furnitttrci front or Country Mcr clinnli put nit on the most rcni cnsonnlilfi term in Vine Uurd ONE Iiunclred ttiputnnd fitl Inr lulo on Cuntigti loivnt mm kit iMaruli 10 pine pUnk itcnt tit lm TOWNSKND Ac AS Hit tiiljdtr lift ulFun lur iicoltie liis 1U Uil on the most liii ufgomU in invjrc or HIM u 1 1 loti uit tnuj1 if be nihiic iiiiintiiinlolj to March 10 111 cUb mill iiMiJ ifcMont indebted to Ui snbscrilici er by note nr book ore It make at nnxlout to nrcirnt bimncis toadum with cJulay March 10 Kotavv CooBfiisg ANKW supply of ihcieliiglitr approved Stovts of both for privntc nnrt public li Im nnd corner juit received by i It 1uul nril for sule at thi Stunt Wurn ROFF JHJLb for by LOO ilie KALTt a iuperior nrticlfl mil u BIO r tod LBH 1iitent black just received nnd for Fntc by 19 10 tto do ilo puiiiUilf 30 doi paintod pailii 10 nrtu sugnr boxes CO do with for finlo by J110CEK fr COMMISSION MKRtmAKI lAiioitTifiii ov IN and Water KEW ALOl of Dry Goods adapted to the just rocivcd per t b Uygnet particlars xt ivucIO and for sale by 10 HI LEY and U5T pdrB b ruicjilioniH and Lidy fjO rnlB 12 tons iiKiortcd onrrb moulds 3 for tide by march W f THE subscribers have formed a connection in mid or the style and Crm of ALEXANDER for the of carrying on an extensive Wlmlcsalo business D Ibis and respectfully solicit a sliaro of public March IN Foreign mid loirtcstic lry llnrdwnrc und ALSO FORWARDING it COMMISSIONMERCHANTS Advancci made Jnnnary Slcnm F n To nt of two good the balance excuiitu liei directly on the Carrollon for and tenni apnlMo doien llolli for rTMIE aiiuscribers aro in wan A one to work on Machinery and other nice and anoth er who is a pood plough To workmen of this cotutant good vages and ready payment will bo given by ap plying to the DATES March 1G IN S Water Vow S O Jf R C JVTS Water rtcaiTed by the H cun for sab hj iitmv 10 broadftnd brim OlE COTTON FACTORY AT The agenli for the ibove oinnufactory of Cotton Imve on ore re reiving both ihorl and lons Country HANK1NBON HOUl siibscriberi liavo just from Hie Juninla Iron 3000 Ib Hoop Iron assorted from 1 to 1 34 and and for lalo low by nif 10 MAKNING and OK TONS TcunoBseo Iron and just received nor n b Lady comprising a complete uasortment cf all nd for sale by mrlO MANNING and AM 1IETA1L IN Su Boons CJInss At Hit Sign if th Jcc Gnoil Miiin Farm Tor sale nt TJTCTILL be sold at auction a tlis t Ti USt eceived V day of April if not previously Brandy 25 30 boxei Rniiini 5 balei disposed of on llic prcmisesi nt 12 oclock Cotton for iale by nvWvnn noon a farm of Iand in Glair Ilfi March 2 SIMEON noj8t aituatod two and a balf miJcB from tlio J CUT a b f ferry landing oppoaito and on Ihe to being tbo same occupied for m years and afterwards Au for by jalnes Waddell containing 200 nores of WHOLESAU3 t AND Commission Forwarcliug on lliie Ftrryt lot early In tlie tlic public nrc iitvv nntl is contractifd uh will iniihi tbc trip In or four ivill bo on I troiu lit Ointi in Until coiiipanv will run n scow nnd For Kerry til Wnru to 1 JOEL Ferry From THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT HY PIT7OIinENB Written wliilo soiling in nn opun boat on tho Hudson between Stony nnd the on seeing the wreck of an old And this our exempt from public Finds tongues in boohs in tho running Sermons in and good in every Ilorsiilo is in the Her Itccl is on the And her bowsprit rests on the low gray reck That b Hindu the sea aud Her deck ia without a And sand and shells arc A nd the lectli of decay aro gnawing lie In the aim anil tho ttuHry No more on the rivers When sky and wave aro And the clouds nvo in Biimincr And the cool nightbreath ia Will she glide in the stillness Uf the moon A messenger from other A beacon to hope No in the midnight Will she mock the mountain Strong in hcroakcn And her white flails She hath in days Warm hearts upon her deck Tfmso like arc moulding The and the Of wlicsc touch erases Each vistigo of all we love The home Who gaaed thatilcck il the of June lv for butltiiag nmlerint ana irniiliinc tc fnllowini Imilclings a pork or packing wifii n house in lo Shays the frnine for n smoke hcniie Obv 25 rictniiJ ft ct Also a slaughter home of two to tlirco iirthalhe skaofJiutkiint Any person iiilnicuntr fM tlio cnn linve nn atlclitioiinl rton uft the fur building n Tuvnni Tinabove buildings to bn rrtcted nt thitown of Alton from u ne to 300 ardibilitw the Firry Uiidingur Olncy fi Liviiigituni tniu Apply to March2 MHO TOWNSKKD fc J05B1V HAVING nrailfii hliiwclf f tliu for iiro in the Modicot Sthooli of KciiliHky and ofliirs tbc citm Alton nnil in Fraclice of MEDICINE tin experience of twelve yearn practice in the al coiifitltncr will be reposed hi n bvUiosc wliomny rrtjuirc his nce on Second Mar March thai tfrnc skill nnd uinniltui OJicc anJ resid lict nnd tjitLAj ff tjt ISAAC RBUSV DKALEIIS Commission with a good frame handsomely finished IlirOnTKRSANO DEALKIIS IN C WJTiE SI AND SADDLE11V Jtaiii Snint TIMOTHY received per z 20 bbls ParnCulToci 10 Smyrna Kaisins i do Zanlo ci Tanlsl 10 liorccs Luaf Sugar f bbls llillch Mailder 2 do Sails 2 do 1 do noll 1 do Ven Hod 20 do nnd for sale by mr It RIM5Y and MATUHON CIRCUIT Nathaniel April Term 18S6 Pclition for WOLCOTTS STnUDENVILLK SPRING HAVE now on hand and for COO of Wolcotts Slciibenville nanufaclured oxprcmly for spring and summer As Ihis embracing every y of price and will be sold at inan and on terms as favorable as are ciiatouiary in luia purchasers will find il to Iheir advanlaKe lo Mj ar icrnlliiMi MANNING Ai timber for farming and a coal bank i mlbinfonr miles of Ibo Also at tbo somo limo and place if not prc disposed a boanliful Iract of land containing 80 on tbo leading road lo and tbroo miles from tbe fcny beiug tbo west balf of Iho nortb ino2i quarter of section township ncilli 1 west of the principal meridian ono third onolliird 0 moi ouetblrd 12 March AMEXAIVOEK And they who stood to wclcomo ilicir loved ones on that and the place that Itncw them Shall know them novcr t It was a night of In the autumn When thai vessel found a grayo Upon tho Pcckskill and They were all in but Were saved bj smiimning fast and And their Bill a youth and left to urave Uic With unpronounceable Hutch And hearts with true love tl for lovo has watchers In on cartli and Were saved by clinging to the And their sunset to nights noon ftho had leaned upon bis Nor heard tho farolf thunder loll Tbo tocsin of Not co tbo listened To tho cloudwing flapping by And low be whispered in low It tells our doom is nigh is the lot of But ive nrcyouog and And not for anlifo Of happy years and a thought oonsnlingv till our latest in and shall not ho Divided in our Alas for llioso that wait ns On their couch of dreams at The morn will bear tbc funeral cry Around their daughters saint nfthat norCloopatrac biit ninonnlain in tbo Hudson lligh remarkable in ils neighborhood for tho beauty of its soonery and its OF JIOnoCHACYl from a speech of Juilgo of North History teaches that the goneraland too ea ger pursuit of bring on the downfall of republican virtue is iho only which can llpholil the glorious structure of freedom J and public virtue is not to bo found when the quarry of personal integrity has been worked off and Ilo who hesitates not by known to bo or rockl6ssly takon up williout caro whether it bo falsa or alroy the fame of an wanuhuUit tie of the guilt of him who would slab an eno my in tho Personal abusols a poisoned liberty is anarchy i dominion In tbo strong slavery in llio weak outran and plunder in the combined oppressors help less misery in tho oppressed suspi distrust and fnar to Law is tho guar dian The summary is Liberty becomes li and bursts tbc bounds of Fac tions rage and war against each Tho war of factions is by a confisca ting and sanguinary Anarchy is super ceded by men may rise and ties may and power cftou chango bands but our country will our coun try will flourish in immortal unhurt amidst the crush of contending and surviving the wreck of most mortal if the soul of national freedom be kept The breath of that life is Demoralized public sentiment is a mepbitic gas in which freedom The following bold but correct view of tho evils deserves an attentive read ing tell tho people of the United that unless they look well to the day of their destruction is at Thoyaru trying to destroy We do de nounco as a traitor every man who any or under any pili ng down and abrogating of the Wo isclaim every man who advises the pcoplo to ako the laws into their own no matter or what no mailer for whatgood roa no matter how much good may for onco e dono We say tbat every man who deprives or attempts to deprive the st wrelcb lhat breathes Gods f the right of trial by for ono is irtually a only to nit to bis own best rights and dearest Men who unchain a arc like men vbo unchain tho plague and the t may rid them and their country of thoir en emies and its scourges but will also sweep away in its poisonous We would ako him to be insane would sit on tha jrink of a and throw into it tbein flamablo matter to produce but we seomcVadvocating mob law and on tbc as if any expedi ency can justify overwhelming the law and we still suffer them to preach rangc John J Jmepli Ed Ainian Ka nntjawiit Juhn CooA1 James kit Muses Hllliinii flcargc Miry Jnhn Jtilllam Jamei Oilliam and Mary Ids Jmlij and Jin Mi Ms Jacob Saiggart aud Jlalcr anil Jacob Klaini kit wife NOTICI3 HBHISUY the above named aud lu all oth rs interested that tljc abnvo uamoil Snthaniel Complainanljias Ihiaday filud lib polilion in tlio of tlio Clorkof th jiruuil Court in Iud said county of Ma fur partition of Ilia following parcels and tracts ivt all that Inict and parcel of laud and all parts aud parrels thereof situ lying und being in tho town of Ahuu aud county of and bounded nd dfacribed ns wit begilinihg on Market in the said town1 of at tlio south wusl corner of block as will appear by tlio survey pliit of saidtown dated January eighteen and ruconieil in the ilicuriort Ilia cmiiily of Madison sss laid outbj castvrarill mcntu tht manufacturer are lo ensure a regular and complete assortment of tboso U 0Smo Wall Louisville or linen Tor ilrivini tinoilCait niid Ox Tw Tcom iirniilied ritli mil Alls la fuini MarchTll goftdWii lor ri will he linid HUHAll AM 1IHS prime New Orleans Sugar bbls 2U No rccoired per b Sclmn and for by 1 i j HE now receiving and opening an oxlon sivo nasorlmont of Spring and Bummer All of which they offer for sale on accommodating Country Mnvchanls aud others aro ted to call and examine for March unit r ou northern lino uf Oth in sail Town to tbo oast linouf Henry Hlrtel in nan town IhnnceBiiuth nlonj the laid nf Henry Slritit lo tbn Ihenci down the bank of said rivor lu tlie westcrl lino of fractional section in town ship live north range ten of llio llir imnripal in1 said County nurlhwilh mentioned lino to the oast cornir uf tbc botith east quarter in baitl tmvnaliip and rauyc I I MANNING t STKWAH1 Ijouis Unto I MATTIIRW Will I ai March round Alum li blijs primo Nt rcc March will be sold low by 8IGERSON for by Til door from Ihc torntr of j ft Oua r Biffiicd expressly ai 1HY i inn exhibition of the Alril quulitr Tobn fur IT to nd for n rccii Alluirfrrrni Piltslinrir Ilaines 12 hnrse buckets 12 coolers wash tubs 0 dM superior painted do 100 boxes window 8 IT 111 by VJ by 18 by U Tiey twas a strange moment To Dutch lo qilolo brido bed lo not have strewed thy and Tbo trusting lunulcn Hrcathed not our lips tbcvo Tomorrow we willwcdl who have known thy Through years of joy aud Can I Ihe fickle Nu we shall wed tomorrow I Tbo tempest beard The wild sea gently moved They felt tho power uf womans faith In tho word of him shy Ml night to rope aud spar Thoy clung with slronglh ill Iho dark clouds Hed before tbo And the fierce slorm it noun the song of bridal bells Oi i hill and valley It evu hit called tlio maiden liis Before the holy hey dwelt beside ho waters That hallio yon fallen by 16 krg3 white lead groli jr salu low by id in oil AL assorlnt ofllanilla Cordage A rousifitiUK of llnpo of various ber 11 Mlb dollar mploy CO pir day will lie B1 Horrible Plot to Entrap a this the Boston Times re lotos outrageous An orphan young lady residing in or near was beset by formerly a candidate for an olBoo which bo did not obtain on account of gross with the most insulting pro These sho indignantly and came to reside with an aunt in Cn wont to New A young man named with whom the young 1 dy been acquainted in cal led on ber in and invited her to take a ridowitb him lo Worcester on the rail To this she On their arrival there he informed her thai ho must go to Hartford ml sho strenuously resisted going for some when finding him and fear ill to return to tho city bcingwilhoitt she concluded to accompany Oa arriving at ho informed that ho should tako tho stage tho next morning for Boston but he deceived and took her board tho New Haven There ho im posed on her by pretending to lake tbo when in fact ho took the New York On arriving at New York sbo was hastily placed in a when to ber astonishment and she found herself in company with Now Ive got Ihe She was whirled away to a house of questionable and ev ery ollort made by Cn to tempt to Hie palh q dishooor and ruin but she ro lislcil nil efforts and declared sho irould part wilh her virluo only witbhor C finding ho had gone too far for bis own piaccil her again under the charge of who started for After And around Iheni grow I heir sons and daughters LiUc wild grapes on Lhe And years and years llew oer birds wild beauty on Iheir And theirs were happy sleighride And long and luvcfy Such joys as thrilled the lips thai kinl The from llorobs funn And Heoting as the mist spread upon tho Till in a good old Their lifobrealh paascd Iheirnnme ib on Ihc churchyard Their story in my leaving New some suspcions were und several gentlemen pursued and overlook them at On making known she joyfully herself on Ihoir and has been re turned lo her Her inhuman kidnan was suffered to and as well as d ice was sullbrod to and as well as dabolical still goes unwhipt uf jus Sc n ID iHficnanics niiiuiur v j tfiu Lots and in Mrchiiilics Square tiru n Ihe siiiil squares and lots are liiiil off linen Ihe of town of And Iho said Uefonilanli are further that Ihe complainant ill at a lerni of said Circuit to be lioldeu ul Joiirl House in Edwardsville Mun day of April licsl llio firsl day of said lerlll or as thoronftnr aa counsel csn bo move court for an order In have such par lilion when and whore yon and oacli ol vou can appear and answer said or iliew causo why the prayer of said petition should Davis Coinpts And lei them real The lie tlio lioy in this brief hour of joy Our time may and lot l Tis eimiiKh fur us In knuw Tlint our burk will reach Wtslpoint erelong it the keep on to oro far from Ihe mouth of Where Iho wreck first met mine where Iwinfurlst in tho olden time operation uppn meut of kind of n t of fonnago of nol far from A FRENCH Tbe following is from a late number of ignanis A merchants clerk at named JoT has lately been dealbfor murdering his because she left him lolivo niilinutthernt n When ho was taken to view her and howasasked whether he bad killed admllled the look her and sloopmg over bo kissed her sajing llml his only regret was not having been ablo lo assassinate also the man named who had induced from When ho Wai brougit out ol Iha ImiiHO lo be conducted back lo lily addressed tbo and Tomor row Ibey will be crying in Ihe strcels an eoiinl of the horrible murder committed in llio lino Domiuiquo at me and ovengo ofyour women ai 1 havo ono of I wish llio 1 1 should mount the scaffold oar but bow much opnlonted die had 1 but despatched Grcnier EKnTrVrKAJl it DaiiUalThe whole number of the couimeuce   

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