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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 1, 1836, Alton, Illinois JO f JIJSN BltOU AVOW Til Kill FlllMJlriiKSY UOWKIt THE OPlOSITIOX Ol IS AMI HAS NOTIItNO TO TKAH ILLINOIS Tftl5AmVAYVPAliKS JlU If not d Within 3lnonthsrrom thotime bfVtlb IP o dno ilrSl 00 otioli coulinuaoct jjeral ndvjor HWlt i ird sluIIH alnimiiU 1 HI i i do all living riril per SuMiTiX lliaiiJyrjiiSmArplTi A tof unit single maMnissos rbccivud leXiunLlpues for Rale by IVKNT lOliSi HTilnnnii i i iiftat Uicuvcd per Coiistllulmii mid Hir under ilmiflrin of llnlelinldcr Whi Im ay hciii tiy miituul All Inlil All ipliriitd in littllliiiof llm iitiilorrfeMrd in rfooii JOHKItl uali JV iiliw ItimVv tVliiiii JomvCur mlAliy 85 ATER MEHCII prepared to attpnd lu nil and ninl respciilfiilly soliijit a of J Alliilli Ahijah do Ilioman Mi G Weld anil do inarch 10 o refincil ivliale fur salo tty mnl Iu AP13II imil Tirr firo a lioiit just recilvpil mill Inrsnlp liy STKPH ItiNIi ISSIXO 1 null thimtHlro 1 ilo tnpcriur Iliur1 nji mul TnlVcIn In mid Coltuii Uuiirc pio led just reueived anthfor salo by LEAF dozen rcelved pur 3 b and lay 4 IV f Saeltll npril IN iiiitl Fancy Ifry A LfON ILLINOIS Jlriril anil fourth iS inlgtfs Aurloji Main Dry I pj Queens tiicccR of new und fasliiuaaUle rcccivciifitr salts 4 fl Kroncli pninlcil rioiF Blylc and of ra rocd ami uaj4 MIUJKK and i DnubnnV PiUtnl rtt of patent Ior sale ilunilit for acribcr lias just received a as of ready uiailc nrncr panlnloons I loVcsIs do sale low Uy li ruund jiick yy 0 do and DANIUIITII AMI TO HAT Sign iivor below Agency Commercial ft M Itfgs nml Iiurruli KciuiiiK Iufiton OacluTE rfreived furittleUy liny 6 JOHN IIOflAN ft I i FLKS ANr fb larffo his slock of the H received by jnny1 JOHN VAX Piecos jyrn ilc iSwifls and and silks asad just received nnd Tor Dry Goodfif kvt Faruarfliig and Commission 11 M iiaocuii ACOMMIBSION MERCHANT IMlORTEIl OP DOMESTIC Second and Water may IS od for talc by i mnyll sujicri Lf ordriciJr received per Paul fuillur MtpphofAlitclivIU 1 Ytlliw Soiip rccd jicr Wimuwi 1UU lixt MHclitlli Ini uii nny fL 20 ividu und narrow rriiss ucyllira 10 dun Lionrlvunrti liny lurks 15 do liny rukcs 2i do Amui iVijIm1 sliovrls Just received a 1 fur It 11 IWESS HiJICKd or dress hdkfb and shawls uf a also j Uubbiiict Giiusoand Blutid Veils asad colors just rccoircdundforsale by l inay 18 acres of land adjoining J the town of and very pleasantly situaicdfurii country residence UO Luis in Upper to may aiid fiin J cy colored twisted sewing real in gaiiso aud Bilk utl new pale i r r owoctl by ThomasWalker on Htato Ktrqeti ono foilrtb casbi one fourth in IS fur particulars apply to i luiimin insl Uo lilids Koiv Orleans juit Teccived nnd for salo by A A LIXA NIVEIl fc CO SEC ninl fur by njj iiirSFKar ilo by OILMAN ft IN Porcifu luf IJoinestio Dry llnriluliro unit A LSI TORWARDIXC t Ailvnnccs linttlr en January Wulir Fohacco and best Hivrr TobiiLi u Tluiicr do null fnr by joiiN1 just received and fur taw n brund clothci uMrlc AND MAMlJ i On Sirrcl nnir rnriirr nf ATK rcuprctridljinform citircm ol Alton nntl tlip nitroumliiiK tlifit litis ninnnrcd tlio abovu bununiM I In Imi on ind ofjiis IHVII of coYuMlitg nf liicli imtis iiiMd tu mi very id tn the ntlutitinii of Uitj to Ordnrsi lorMio inniiiifucliirt nl cvtrv dii niil fuillifidlv bjBtpirl tttlcjitiun la b mi nest to liitrjt u itlinre uf lildic t iinnlUtci 6 clii liy riitJ per JOHN O Allnriirys CouumUors at PICI5 on eidiof tli Public the town of noupin will nttond to all Opaional bufitu9 nnd connect thcrowitli u xoniiiil Iintnl Tliiy for onlo nt Ihlp 80 acres ono inik of Cm mill ecvernl unimjiivtit 702 acres in one trieland anolber linv under iinp of SPEECH pF The following n To i oil in the on Saturdny April 23dt on the resolution Benton ordering ipccicpaymcniBforlhe public frbni aniriifter tho day of the year hotlitngf bblgbld nnd silver oiiglu to be received for ilm public lamli and Ihtit tho Commiiice on Public Lands he instructed to report a billacl WEBSTER said that he and those whov ictcil willi bo justified in taking 10 active couifio in regard to this n Bitting suppressing their surprise and npply tosiihl Tlwy urn iilso picjmrcif u to uitl wishing tomnlte cntrica hn fan hn rulurcd fiincy cotlon honey eonili corded drill rHSMini rt nnd ttnlm ycad nnd bmnbniinc dn Valencia mill silk do fiLtircJ nml plniii sntin tlo nnd brown liiicti rountlabnuU ginirliuiii calico tlilrln livillcd clitck mi excellent for bleached with linen buiomi dicktjn nnd aliirt collum cotton and woollen Iambi wool and llmincl itiirlt rojB bomb and vtlvtt neck foncv nnil liristlt BUIIIIIILT do 0 doicii woolen nnd cotton liosb nnd Imlf mny 11 ir jotit ii t mill uliirttnyi O CASKti imilc 14 Manillu cor dn Sucln do iJ do Richmond intitriu rrccivei nnd by imtj 11 JOHN 110UAN a ml uf incus thick nnd fine booti me M a ktpnnil du lotifingnnd do nnd unil tirngaiu booti nnd liroEniis fmt thotf do iHithrrnrgrd do do kit and dn tbick uud line nntning nml for low l ij11 1IE eubscribfi IIIIH hand a Iiirge nn Eiploiulid nfsortinein Dry o almost every Biiitidtn end of elifTrtint us i lift drill iloineellr s htciichei i s s o jv M E n n Ar s Nalrr VIJOMISALI AND DKALKIIS Jlnss ivin Jit the Sign iiw J mul unblemhcd willi n lurpe nnd nEsarlmenl olEnfilish prints of the best qun Itoaki Jurkunet und puiutcd I1 limy pluiit und tlowcrod dn silk drcs ulkfct ftiiny tiitd HonuTOil Indies und pen I uni Uld of dilfeipnt horn fiuuy gintH cottn uid with u nabortincn hoots nudshoes nf kindn tin PUJT 20 do livin n do 12 rtiuuns Sna ut fur snlii bv I I1KR k X itf OjBlurs jiiil IMI in llu nnd forinluby 1 pltKSIl 211 rjititt Skin null for I ail blilianil linir 611 butu A fuiv kiln Sunnile hint Inmlin A I1U11 A cormr lol fronliiii itad Stutu Struct ttiu town of iniiv U EeL AltUKN i 50 hosts freth nnd llipcroi George C New juil rccuivcdand or b roivlh nf lint wl IMIOHTKKS AMP Vf Jf CSJWJb A N 1 H A U D 1li H V 11 A U O A K iil r tlu l iinlni lie der HIE Iwv i tlic firmol k W runinibiiRi iji u constant Biipjily of Il llic niiirliLt nice paid fortmin of every dcKription ANTHONY JOHN niul idwnys f Il Corn Jl bvt rnl yllur lH u npiilicutioii a i in erecltd n goOl finiiitlio iuuiHurtut purls of tor a null cheap just On liiindu largo itibDllliB mid wn ue HUprrifliYfor Kilt inlly Inn1 Wrfrrn IJ IUuburs rvciivid unil fciV suitby Chnnitnlt Knrgititl Ana tomical Khop APtlt IIKTAIL IN ISAAC ivcd n of adnp mul upproprhintr nnJ tiual tits to Milt fmiirtlif lowifcVlo tin lileliMl pricMicori of KiipTnh nntl Frtrirh some Ijtculiful Itnl ui xcwinjj French anil Corded lunc linetn n oftvhlrh will be nold nt the very lownf nricei at lioloinle or retail for caili or approved credit by itiforin her friends nnd tlio ladiei of and that she lias re clvcd lier summer supply of fancy nnd piece by the n l directly from IJos comprising1 a splendid assortment among rliichare U twisted tilU and sill muslin shawls embroidered lace Billi gloves aud plain do da kid and do do do cinbroiJcred backs roiiglit lace Pcllorincs blond do a new article blauk nnd white silU IIOBO Blcrino colored do i Riipcr corded ttobcn plain and figured muslins wrought bubbinctls colored figured a linen tapes narrow du fur thread laces and edglnga a largo assorluicn worsted blond linen cam brie It hcmstilcbcd nnd bordered linen hdkfs liticn lawps printed muelins a new stylo of Frcncli plaid and plain drrsq sitkri rich wnlered and ilain pJuk donapsilks parasols pnlcnt pins A great variety of fancy bead childrens Her wlrilo stock is a select assortment of nice conBistiDg1 of many articles of La not lo bo found wliich a ho wit I as good terms IB any Upper with Ullfimil kin CHTdoii R owner uf the Ctifion Stonm Kiour and Mill being desirous of engaging in other pursuits would disnnso of tiu Hame on Thu nbnvc mill is situated on above nl a il itluiin and loi n ofrciuly nimlo willi u VHikly of otbtr nvlt two tfdiuns to ul which In where lugs can It nt il nny other uilll n tlie The quantity uf luml attached nt ay be from 10 to acre1 lo SHIL the pnrchnscit liefer tn fop orBinintry I for which Ilm hlglliSlj or l llll u 10 nicc w ill lit1 yl veil hy rimy 11 V1 May Lilli in btinrt ivrry tiling tn the pro iVsti llicv oil r Inr on iliu mot tunni lit tluir nml I Mniu Mny KOiHJK ISHKKUI1Y iap aul lnsBCt Jlesidont and of llio town of concern thetuivn tho lullouing lists of luis uud lands Ij ing ju tho curpurnlion ivhich nxcH nnd ciust tipprisilo tu each lriil rumniri duo nnd which if personal should not hn fiHintJ or settled iUhcr ways on or before tlie Id dny of will ho Bold tn puy finit taxtis and iltc sale iv ill he hold nt the door ol the Court in to oominciicc nt t nnd coutiniiu Irotn day lo day unlit 0 A Tooth v Unujrh Drops iiibarritKl4 arc Uguiti Ttir I III pitU ivliirli liuye been imnil fjr must ritual iiirrtf hi ilm i rn nth t 11 nlo nltrivo i ycnu with llic 7H unrn mtilKd lt nnil Applu jiut virtivud per i tiitil for sidw iil 1 v HMt 12 Window fede h JOHN UOliAX A j Regular sales cvwy Wednesday and Sat rParticular ullcntiun will be paid to Rords iiiiliiiH vctl nrr JOHN llOiiAN A 1 case iicw style Silk Hals 1 do hroid biira beaver Jnst rcod by may 4 MILLER and HOItSliand nhd droynnd liarnciis for by snliseribor has just received a uuo assortineiit of cani liobbiiiclt and gimp an reel thread nnd bland assd for culo low by may IB t OIIN VAN by i h Erin UUunsasjd april 20 me ht hy tur ii imiiilwl ID sugur boxes 20 do k ro Cotton receii per s b aud juvsalc and puncViXOltiitnt 2 do SI Crou du I It bbliAnnntciMln 4 pipci Hold Leva Glni 10 bbli Hultlititirc do 4 4th proof Coc Urandy 20 Amcrtcnn du t 6 do old 1cach do 4 caski old mul nintrior Inrt do Mnihiitt 10 cniU Mndtiru lo 15 M Wine A half Ho 10 uaikett boxes Indinn niu Medoc Jmt landing for CIC iiiftho rigai rcrtiyed far BUI from on hoard s h V u ml all bupdlfl of consisting of pillars and oilier articluh trapped ina chock uomfurter aud bound to gethyr now Manilla Whoever tiu the lamu ID tbgir posscasiu wilt confer a favor by leaving notice ul t Alton or with tbu reaylS DAVID 10 Join juit rtctivulpur nl and Si liv Jt snt fur il 27 Xiii und for enlu uy poUr 11 kegs groun n coivcd b onutilution und fnr sale by may 4 ijavjina ti O liXSuibt received and Tor Stale xpfiitcs to i diHci itinl Fiuuvy UIHi filfn IHfy UIHi UtHpfl fOUStlill nu of Stlilllly V ChuvKS Ladies and crier blaclc and white liosc and half tilacli unil slalu col il ivuistcd tlo tlu fuhcy mixud uud t Lite tin du chiLtrons raiuluu nnd ivbiliilu luilios nnd rcnuli It id gloves ufsM colors Pitissns lrnurb duj Jonths licavy iiuck rnccivcd and for salu by tnny 4 AI and 5 ay U l IniniU the liighrnt uud HAVK jnt rvrd il til CiltnVK ili tlny offer ul sHi Mlifii A ussoiiinunt of colors alyo a va skin nnd plain very U may 1H t assd way luick im caisincla of a mayrlH hunts USKU qu nlso an boitiiicnt ui call shors and a en m pic to assort uiunt uf ladies and misscH kip and prlinullii shucs and blippers fur bale low hy may 1H liAIS CA1 respect fully the of Alton mid that they have the Jlrick Sloro in Slato uiil cMiislaiitly kcLji uml fil 12 do printid do d riiptriitr Inmli do iill mitl lidhfi I In niiiLfiiM tU ii dnicn und ban fllllLfilM Il i FI rt lioilot uTiintl fi of luiirli irk and forr nil iitEnrli j ipicrk uml fur l may 11 MANNISH ft limliy Hint on UK IT in I ill lo o fn Present owners description taxes A school room 7U 2 W ly squares S 3975 and Uii acres j Blauk half of part nf 102 nmi iyn s ov do 1S5 J Jnicph lUanvelt l3d 4 50 Charles Jregury balf of 140 111 Carlin 210 t in1 im r 1 1 lUwf ill 11 iio is C ntpinrRS nnd ncrcs 5 William Ciisllc IIO Margaret 07 fill fJliitinpiuu 74 1 25 Nathan David 100 17 iSamuoltiilliort 3 fill Iinimj M S3 tinens licin Hi ofM William Cuoil nrrcs land UO EJwarJ Ma ilcnsllc 41 B till David Sock lOT 4 SO Carulino Leonard 170 H SO IMirintian OTi 7 1inliurliiii Willinin acrrs land 5 lit 00 30 09 Muics Htcnliciu 25 Tuusliill 12 of unil 3 Jnlm TmihlMI 40 acres land 4 10 Tnlmau fur lildrcilt lifirs 8U du 0 ftl William SS 00 lanrgn Wuudmau7I 1 1 JOHN dn lit Ilirnl Tr v fur tllE Imvinj taliun uiil lullert friin tlio CiMirl oflro IP Chiir uu llic oo hand a cuinplctu asorlnuuit uf Iho above r p late of said 1Vcsh duly rcco ved from r their factory in of iho inont iho Ihem nrParasilcind rmlirrlluHiila very fur sain liy ocivod para b for Bate Ion may 19 id und will liu nn tin most ac iniiiiitiluliiig at M liolosalc and Palronaire oT tlic iiulilic iim NOUHSH A Court of prohalo of said tor set j lleinent nine nioothii from tho date A t O tonimVil Tennessee His Oieuvoa Uorliian tillll do Cast for balu liy 27 JOHN VAN ANTWIiUjV 1MltMS roll ANDTO B A lMlMS and handsunicly Bilna fixJ 30 to acres in each on dor several farms ivell lo which will ho ronlcd on vorv favorable All the ahove fannit aro ttiluatod in and Muooupiu Kor terrot ly apply may 11 os indelitnd lo said arc remiciilcd to inalio iinlncdialo payment to All porb esled to tlie JIMKIMI Alministratora of NOIIOV Mond O is hereby given thai on the lint lay in tlio month of I will ap ply lotho eoorl of prohuto of cotinly for a final settlement of tlio estate o Sylvantta tilieniso latu of Madison county All ptroons liavinp claimi apaiiiB iiu Slate aro herohy rcijoeilod prncn laid and for aliuatimMit niaj IBOUT SAIIAII AilmV id ivliitli on Mniitipin ni in thr pnrt ottiiii twtlvi ul ot Iroin liy tlic inline i IViigunli lunl is millionJW iniil U mil liy KIT in lilt wtilcrn null il ill u Ivtll till mill hrlllnl nftlii Luuulri mid iulilv iirr Ajiply lo t Ah mlln mile ofsniil mil Irr u ilwullinx III illerid fur knlu nil rt nNoiiubU urn iLTiliff on tliu A CO II ul Land lo Hout on a Icano off Iliii tract pHalid lud within ono mill Alton and S 1S from Carmine purposes waloroJ and adapted for The sohncriher will lease ichcmcs and projects take Iho form of mcli nws ns Ilioir projcclprsiniglit Wo and can donoiiiingv All llicoo measures affecting llio currency of Ihe country and of llin ptihlio riinsurc hnvo resisted since SVe mvq dono so We strusgletl for tho rcclmrtcr of the Bank of tho Unijad Slntcs in The utility of auch on ution had been proved forty years1 expcri Via slropglcd against tho removal of llic That act as we was a direct usurpation of We strove nguiniit tho and all in Our opinions were our warnings no and wo are in no degree responsible Tor the rniachiefs which aro but too likely lo said will look with the per ception of an nnd the candor of honest upon Ihe present condition of our and say that this want of credit nnd confidence which is so and il is epiead the land willi bankruptcies and Ims not flown directly from hose Ilie mloption of wo so strenuously re and Iho folly of which men of all however bo to The of this aticttion palpable and are the precise cvila under wliich the finances of the and he cd of now suffered They are ob viously two The superabundance of Iho and ils We have more money than we and that not be ing in custody under any and being in hands over which we have no is threat ened willi it not mani fest Hint ihcflc ciils flow directly from mead urcs of Govttnmenl which some of us have zealously resisted There would have been nosurplus in Iho Treasury hut for the veto of thi hind so of And as lo the security of the public it have at this entirely but for the veto of the act con tinning tlie Bank IJutli these urea had received the nanction of liy clear nnd large They were hoih negatived tho reign of nnd ptojecls nnd hero we livery thing that is now amiss in our concerns is the diicct consequence of extraordinary cxerlinna of Executive au This assertion docs not rest on gen oral Facts prove One veto hasilcpiivcd the Government of a safe custo dy fot the public nnd another veto baa caused Iheit picscnt are tito ovilsvvhich arc distract ing our financial operations They aro obvi Tint public monoy was not safe it wns prolieted by no The treasury was There was more money than wo The currency was Cred il had boon nnd confidence de And did these two tho nsecurity of the public money and ils abun from They referred directly wk to Oie two cclebiatcd experiments llio of llic bunk followed by the removal of the the rejection of the land No man doubled that the public money would have remained safein tho bank of tho United Stales if the Executive veto of 1632 hail not disturbed It wns llml which by discontinu ing lite National removed tho great and check to the immoderate issue of pnpcr and encouraged the creation nf so many Stale This was another of the of that Thit is as plain as Tho rtjiciion of the land bill of hydcpiiving ihe country of a and distributioii of thesuijilus bad produced this redundancy in the Treasu If the wisdom of Congress had been the country would not have been plunged into its present They devised he only means hy which the peace mid piosptirily of tho people could have been si They passed tho Bank charlei it waa They passed Iho land and it met iho same This rxliaordiimry XOICIHO of inthcso two bus iioduced exactly coireepnmling mischief in uch upon the subjects to which it was Ils application to tho bill providing or the rechaiter of the Bank of Ihe United Jlales lias been followed by tho present Inse curity of Iho public and n mndnnce of money not wanted been lino conncnucnoof its applipalion lo tho land Thu counlry continued Is the vic im of and reek lets expcr Wo are or we think ourseltes Ilinn those who have gnuu before Ex rricncc leach Wu cannot let well The experience of forty years iaa iiwullirienl lo settlo Ike question or n natiinal bank was useful or nol and forty pars practice of the Govcrnmcnl could not Icddc whether il was comtlilutioiial or And il is worthy of all thai un luo power has been claimed by tho Ono thing ia nnd that there has istant and corresponding endeavor tho samo as aliovn and give the pcrcon occu pying it an opportunity uf improving llio farm for the use of llic Ior fnrllier parlicn lars inquire of Upper may 11 iicrions iniiflhuJ irutlituviv Hru ta ruli In liivl ilny uf Juuu iiiiimid ill lllur rilic fill left ifith fli nnj tli fw icon a con to diminish the constilulioiialpowcr of Con Tho bank charter was be cause Congress hud no power under Iho slituiion to grant il and CpngrMS had no power to crcalo a once ewrciwd the and many banks Tliera il not a more patpililo cyidcnco of j inay25 MANNING j jnneS tiavu jolicilors for June i
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