Friday, January 5, 1849

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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 5, 1849, Alton, Illinois AtVOJAEiV gtf ntivebtcH hos the pro c than the a nboul ornoolh will nlso lfy ho w f o a dtp Its to lie lowest rmployinff but because to nUIen unilerfouflnolloeMThetwrlilrnt equally Of how vlho certain provl impiBK 0 fit 6f liU by hi nTileclara which exactly coincide with our own per sonal observation on Iho To ho Value of Goodi In Hie store paid Doctors communication are appended a few Tho unproductive property la estimated f Ir ils s IuiLl t ecpeclalt from tho oT co JirdldjtJlWVnil mer and on Iho most experienced a pet so it at the eligible n quantity of land fjjtia tp the alletnato accllom for miles Ki ulrflh on Onco more The by divine each sldo of sqld to be selected to causo the Wilderness to bud and j by an Agent or agents to btt appointed by blossom ns tho by putting Jubilee the Governor of a old subject the treat t jyq i of ttilUlTord a rich o inch of oiirreaders as have not jet permed It tfo aro who may readtwoor thred 111 In the paper donn without reading tho iris a world of arANqcsi lear followclh and change succeeds to change1 In the wide umvcrso of or Thcro Is but ono thing ciiAMicl EuiTHQtfAKE Toma Thcso change thu face of huilfl Beneath his tido 10 mightiest woihaofmanr Or from his oavcrnd heaves redly forth or Volcanos glazing Tlie sunny which slumber on the btoaat Of the calmliopic bertcnth Its Arc and tho re t coral sweeps Its Ami ocean monsters whore cities stood A which erst HI alum might have Once smiled n all of Njtiiros Icneliuessi And flowers in delicate beauty stayed Around the burle I cratcis blackened Which for Ion centuries hod ficemodextinct In a single thoihighly Howl Poured forth ils scathing wrath and Pompeii Ami llcrculiincum tliuy Hut ilaml magnificent In 1 Drcatlnununicnls of a tremendous doom MUTATION is on nlll Tho Those things of and not Thoio weird and watchful warders of tha Those sentinels amtiiiinistcvs The Messed frorivUidrtrappy Loukilown n sweet sadbcaiity on Kcn pure and gloilous as they limes nuh madly from theirtinralmloil like Iho loveliest tlciailnf the No nifiro vieweifarnons tho hosts on If forsaketheir waiulerwildly through the realms of A portent to tho lirifihtnycd Tho vcltoring wrecks worlds as Iho never more To like tlic outcast A wandering malison CHANCE after changeI Year followcth year and ore long that which Is Will bo with that which portion of Iho Like mists if evening Littelho phosphoric Hash of stormtost LIUctlic soft rainbows evanescent Llko meteors of the ttrifliiijj Or Summer wavesupon Iho Or odiping chants of mystic voices through ha dim woods solitary Orthe dim With tljc soul of dreaming Like Springtide theAutumnal Or WlntctssnntV floccoiorfaln frost Like to nil the Ii all things of Pass our swift years nwoy CIIANOI after change Theyear Llkoafalr nmtilcnrwrcothpd with tinrsling buils And leafy coronaClw e by Bishop uhlch showthat he Institution slanda much In ijeed of funds o enable It fully to effect tho laudable ob 1700 arras ofunUnnroud land In Iho county Jeels Its venerablo founder and cjenerous otheSsX the slate and In benefactors hava in viovc and It Is hoped that the present publication vUllinduce such have the means promptly to lend it n helping t Wo understand that a few pious joung epj of the ago of 1C yean or who may bo desirous of Rccmlng Iho inns College building and boarding Collego and pliHosoph Types and printing amount timabto blessing of a good but era unable to defray the attending will be reached at if application bo nnde on the following liberal terms For five hours of faithful tabor per tho student nlil as an equiva his room use of and n This will nineteen hours for and which la as tmich ns tnot yotlng men cm usefully dcvolo to those Iho remtlrcd for labor is not longer than ia necessary for heal thy and to keep both mind and body In a sound ami active Ai an opportunity like this seldom cannot dnttbtthat aVmanyasccin beacconv modatcd will avail themselves of it as BOOH as practicable Iho applications must be made tn the RighL D D President of ho Unquestionable references will bo expected all Arou 1813 DEAU Sin As jou are one of Iho coil tributary to the fun tig of Jubilee jou trill fcol an interest In knowing what aro its true condition and I liaVu spent some nnd rnado injsell thoroughly acquainted uiili iB 1 tiave been over ever part of the The productive property of Iho College Is made to produce an Income much larger than the interest of Iho money at It is Ihe live stock is mostly re lied on for the income from tho It R nothing lokecp ft during seven mouthfl of Ihe year I ho sheep are fed on tho open under the caro of a and lie cattle are turner loono Io fthififor them Tn tho beginning of winter they return in fine and aro fit for alaUgh tcilng without further Ihe farming operations are mostly con fined to providing hay and grain Tor the stock In tho and provisions for the boarding houses and for fa mi II ov cbnnccted the Neatly all the products of the farm nro tins profitably consumed upon the and the trouble of find ing a market for Ihem The wool and the profit of the mills are relied on most ly for the cash The fuel for the College and for all connected with It in imp plied from the coal mines on the Groceries and other articles of necessity are furnished M the Collego store at a moderate profit on Ihe wholesale cash cost of tho ar anil white the officers of the and the workmen on the pur tlans so often M to what const tho propertyof tho entry ai such on tin nnd the whojo method ol cffeolualty putsit bryond their It cfer can be dono by last will nnd Wo cetlainty conclude hat tlio funds to Jubilee Collepo are aafo to the Dioceie of Illinoili nnd je the means of great good to thlt grow Ing It must be A nf alhfnction to the fiiond of the Church that the College ia not ill debt except fof tho advances made by Bishop Chase nut of bis own private ea and these will inostlj be bj tho sale of the tamltnot l1np In thclcounty of and to Ihe pro visions of Ihe bo disposed o uilhin fire jcara after tho date of that in Still Ihe Colleeo U much in need of fur her in order to compete site ceisfully ullhoUicr literary Institutions now iMng In alt pirla of the The proi petit of Iho ChUreli In depend much upon Its character for intelligence am sound and If we maUe ll inflnctico buth the clorgj andtal stlouli have nmple mcam of Jtibllei Collego ought Io be inferior li any other iu the and it beside1 it tho for immediate The present col lego building should be completed to he original ordcMo furnish ad iilionol room for an additioha number n flludenti and ronvcnlcnccq for cLinucal am f it ns low a rate at they could more otild not co Besides an nddlilni Iho of Tin onet Next Summer comas he the And oer the heaving pblna tolla in full lijlo II s luxury of wealth nnd oer the Swctps he sweet sad song of win Is at pi ij j While through the unsttunKhqn of lirest Natures twilights And day is rcquloincd li a stvanliko A Next Autumn brown old With browa cmvreallieil Silting aweary niiit the hiiivesting Orncatfi ha drnse olt raintmw tPoovlaf Sunlit by evenings balmy Oer wliiuh thn gushing Mellow rolling In nngnUIccnre of And lastnf all In ttioyeats Winter pnd oer the sepulrhro Of Ilie dead Pafct lourhcshts slormy bnrpi Whjlo tiQiry Heecy mortalilys dread Unlo that jirlsbn house that ayiu no motel Annas with Nature and Iho passing As with tho ccan lluis Unto our own fair whlctt sniilca with Iijtlncda continent of Freedoms Whoso rivers glitter with Iuctollnn In other lands bo despots bulli HID Ivory bccplrc crumbled in bU The cibwii liith toblandi Iho Old Dynasties been ronlcd from tlio soil centuries ago had given theiu Wnhj And exiled monarch lied befotothcirslavcsl Aj1 Alice hath rolled And tlccped her iolllnblocxljnmUFrPCtloiHl To her longwrongedsoiis nowrlsctli o Ihe Ye ujast to altils given this fetter olanks upon the victim stllljr And War with llery cycdolh wander And Bhaslly Ilmiiiio dccirtiales a land And in its myiterloui Whole nations surely sweeps These arulVimcla Tlinej And lie stiodq Ihc And his dark path 1s scathed by BBT tho hith ctunici Tlio sunbeam from Us by inpgip oiicli To point her visions and with Heavens ligiitnlnaa ftow i ho tons her or tclcgraplis oer And and her secret Have hero been no clnngos of Ahlcould we acan tho hidden breasts around Could wo the feelings trace wlilcji thrall tlm How many n bitter thing we there llnd Which laughing eye and lip hail nocr liohayadl like a viewless on our slena la ever sleallngi yet wo ninrlc him not Save by the ruin that ho Hli lilting fontprlnts nrp the Iho sunken cyo llio languid andbrow That hath Iti and timsoahl They come to all yet not la all alike ror are within tvhoaa withered hcails on J ami on whoso brows examined Ihe Mile deeds of Ihe prop and Iho books in uliich he College accounts ate I have made my self acquainted n ith Ihe conroo of Rtndy and nnd the whole Htorary and reli gioiin character of tho and fee confident lint jou nay safely rely on tho statements I atn about In Ihe whole College ajstetn is founded on uhnt Rome might be pleased to call peculiar of youno men aro to bo educated for another nnd that jttieh an education is the beat preparation for Ileiico every thine made to u onr n as HIM religloiH Inslrmlimi an essen tlalpartof ho In Ihe tlio students assemble aflor the manner of a1 Chiistlnn to begin Ihe ilaj with Iho morning rnnjcr h dither n Selection frotn or the family prnjer from the prayer At nine oclock they nssetnblo again for the rending of Iho nftcr whfch tlio older sliidoiils rollro to tholr rooirin for nhi and tho younger boyi remain in the chool room and pursiio tlleir ntudirs under lio eyo of their In Ihe at hnlfpant they Qsembte Rgntn nnd read responslvely the psalter for Iho and join in Iho a selection from tho clhe College in a Theo logical Seminary as well an a and students designed for the Iry complete their ofstudy in he it U on account of Its uKtfulnoss in providing Clergymen for thoi West that the BUhop has olnhncd the liberality of Churchmen in contributing to its So far an I havo been ablo to the courne of both for tho dergradiialcs nnd Ihc theological is well arranged and elftctlvely carried It won 111 bo dinicult to judge of Ihe chnrao ter of hu instruction from hearing a lew rccllAlloiiDi but this I can Iho young men who came from Jubilee to Trinity Col while I wairconnectud with that Iiisli gave evidence of having been yery thoroughly Jnblleo College U in tho county of near the Kicknpoo The main branch of that oreek sweeps around the College secures a ptofit on its oun H Is dimcult to cellmate accurately the in come of the College from all theo nmirces of revenue Itvniles wlthlua jitlco of the nine of the and he amount of btt ilnest done by the I have not lioncd thbboarding and lie tuition fees of the stiilenl8 as a source of and II is quite doubtful under whether It may not be a cause of The sum demanded for forty weeks board and including fuel Is only This would however quite BulHeicnt to cover the expense were allthe promptly but a large portion of Ihe students are received on nplcdgo of being provided for their support by Indlvhluala or parishes at the Thcsn o tho philosophical apparatus is almost in which noutd cost at leift though double hat BumVinicSt be pro fitablj expended upon Tliic College needs another prrfesjior In addition to lh present number 1 hese improvetncnt tnn not now bo made Invoh Ingthefund In serious mcnnE be obtained from abroad An nddillonal pro fetsor might be supported on lh jobu9tiy which or applied to the present ing thct expenditures to exceed the jnl I he builitIng cannot be completed nor he apparatus procured for bais to come without In ft way to tiro fn Ihe anils ofthomnnds nfourprimlttvo commu both and Iri our Mother Thoimnndi of wealthy red but bo formed n o tho end in ew of iho and their Earls would prompt them in deeds of bo evoknee j ho Rock la ftUl of I the hnn1 of Truth but strike npt the will pour nnd the thirst nf both In this and many future genera Will bo quenched nnd thttrsonh thirst o moro for Ihe mcauVof eteriial ton tho HutlPK received under Uia two t tliat Ahai hi oduiedmoril f lit alsd lugs In the diatrlbutlon of the and A collier with Ihe arid of force during tho waVvo should hateaWnwylcllcU in tHo Trtfaiiiry right o the State of for five 3 cars from the rittisago UM maintaining Hut they arc oppteislto nnd abio of this luttIy on Iho sround thtt foreign products no and thathe tattfl Thcj know from Ht ajtcesitvaand puiron H and ouch of ahallbe prohibitory duties It will toon onnlhilila in Un why Slintl not this be forthwith ao Nation of troops and munitions cTuar ottho to iurti 1m extent as finally to provo roost llftoilrbut onipluhed Ii Bishbp Cham doomed liJ rt t i io disappointed of his fonil wUh to crrlfcti be allowed to thtt brink ofiho crave by a Splr 10 grave f whirh tuiteth to Look back irough hU wholo and seo wherein ho ath not fnfilled his or failed to lacotnflt his ace inert w hcncver they have cch confronted wtih the TRUTH INEVI icier And must he broken hrnr for not having seen the Good of Jem die without n last and agonizing Something repeats the sweelwoids which o often rung IB hn cuts while m Fu tnrrj than tho Lords be rnne nnd he fihill thine put iiouthj trttit in Ihe Lnrd An o well founded and by tho hand if past guarded against Ibillty of cannot fail o meet itth liberal support Let the truth bo duly mown to a qcneroii and especially n Ihose who hate nnd know the irm it a nil tho College lifts ami by trust31 rriiMt forever a the enemies of our aalvntion Iri Jeius ClirUt onr and PHILtNDCR December S 1 ho ColleEto Ii ell prepared w Ith iroiMoiu for boarding tho meclmnlcs nnd earns for hauling stone nnd brick for the inner to inmtnenca building early in tho spring Jut nothing will bo dmip to Involvolho Col lego further fn debt unless assured ot the nuans to defraj tho ttty not exceeding sixty sections on each of thatlio Uiasts ho ti rj tjiat ten nil lea of any of said roods arc sccondaiy matter to tho encouragement of tho then another like quantity mny that domesllo awafiiatutM must be sold on the and trom time nrtlclcf until fald roads nre Tho next to show that ifio If said rondi are not completed within ten taritl of 46 has Increased the export no further calo slmll be nud the Lands to the Uuitcd TM t L f IcuinElancciQUtortlioiialeoftDoffcctrDaotflrim BCD 4 That before It snail ue competent refers to iho rovuliions oft for tho Slate of Illinois to dispose of nn of the land to be selected ai a pint or phts of the nnd points if termination of said shall bo furnUfcfl h tho said Sidle o the Co mm I a Fionerof the General Land SEO 5 1 hat the Stnlo of Illinois and hereby to survey and mnrk through the Public of the United ho routed of fnld one hun Injured our llion upon on elaborate Indication of free trade in opposition hosp ofpiQtDcttomT cnforcodiby Uieoxdrtiiile orthe vorol of tho among which frco trade pro largo section of tho rcjiprt 10 occuileil with this which is skillful and nlauslbla though not particularly Hie repeal of tho British Corn Lawsla llio syctcm is characterized at agrarian1 and a w ur upon dird feet ulJu on both of Iho central pledges have not in t and at theOloso of Us arship fund vvos Indebted College to i redeem I be iicliol contracting a debt these iinprote W years hath icatlercd CHANGE alter changcl Ami have there lieon no chaiiKei on Ilia hearth All hath DO no beautiful spirit tided away from none wilhcjiid Arq there no brolteiilieaitcd all ihy r Spirit of Ahl heaita have Arflbleedlng though husheilthiragonyl Ml onen Love hath ilried the bitter Full often knockit bciiilo tho ntirh of And with our sainted Full many nflrcani of hath fled VET mourn notl Summete lowers arc gone But Winicr ftiroveroer Our our they have insicd away To come no mure but wo shall go to thcnil Jmmorlality of thcro can to tho wandering ilars that flee their Jo endless cxilo lor umianloned Noihioudlngpf ItLglnnVos whtt matters then another year lialh tied W main branch of that oreek sweeps aronnii from Ilio north catt to the south of the Col and about half a mile dUtitnt from through a broad bell of lich alluvial Above this Is n plat of level land some 10 or 40 feet higher and from thU rites tho ridge on which Ilio College and whlrh Is about 100 feet above Iho wnten of the On the the ground U bro1 ken by deep from the yidos of whUih ro water bunt but and run in at Ihe towards anoth er branch of the creek whioh flows past tho Collego in a southerly direction on the The whole ridge and Ihe broken ground at the noilh Is covered by ascatlered growth of pnkS which seoin as if arranged by Iho hand of art to givo shade and ornament to tho College In Jubilee Col jpge has an advantage over other new in A half century In not required to cover the grounds with ornamental trees they are there and of every from tho i lender lapling to the great which has occupied ground for WhenMhe College can command Iho to lay out them with roads and giaveled walks Along Iho sides of Ihe ft will be one of the most beautiful spots In the Arhldil such scenes as and remote from the the amount of the College ought nnt In bear this the Bish In view of the great need of Clergymen In this has felt reluctant to turn any It is stilt more illflleuU to estimate the an nual expenditures of the College than IH In A considerable stun Is annually eX ponded in itnjirpvomcntson the This is of Die tmtttre of an a It helps to increase productiveness of the The salaries of the oUicero of aro partly pnid in the produceof iho which is neither measured uur and cannot well be cistimalcuV Thry icceive ivhatover they need for Consumption from the fuel and house anda definite sum In Tho Ihe Samuel two Rons of the are the preaenl Fa culty of the The Bishop receives nopBlary as President oftho ColleRe oxi cept Ihe forhls Tho Samuel who is head master In tho and hai the eulirn cire of tho boarding per and board for himself and The Dudley Chase hears recitations inTher ologyVaud has a inlaiy of IMiilan the youngest son of tho Bish a ynuluato of the and alio a studeul in has per The snperiUtendpnce of the workmen on Iho farm and at the and the general care of the real committed o Henry another of the for his but no perquisites The Bishop acts BS and gives general directions En relation to all tho concerns of Ihe I believe there Is an Impression at the tnent nro needed to meat the present wants of the and plvo it Ihe rank ami In fluoncc which should be held by an hutiln llon representing literary character of the Episcopal Church In tho Jubilee College hasfilreari dono more for the Church IhanfUhas croillt Twelve clercjnien rccejtul thtlr either wholly or in wilhin iti and there arenow fur among students I hise men be fit ted for thh Western They will know what they are Io be called unon to nud devote H with inulUril to load mis P RAILROADS IN ILLINOIS It was brlctl stated j In our paper of Ihe 32J 03 early as Ihe second dp of the present the ho able and Rcprcscutalh o from Ihls Congressloml hid no lice of hit intention to bring In a grant ng to tho State of Illinois the right of and donations of a portion of the public to aid In the construct Son of ceilairi Railroads our territorial some days he asked and obtained IctvCo to introduce a bill for above which was tntco d referred cotnmitteoon Public oopy ivhichj polite forunnleil o us by nnd ro tvcd slnco our nt bo iind below may in 1 be all the people of this section tho State might or bojustly entitled from Iho General It con ilea perhaps quite as much as could be aionably under existing circum tin nf being Idle or luxurious lives ilonnry iho hnn done much for the cause of in he purl of country whore it id locatnl FVU less Umn seven parishes f nun tied by the clergy connected with Ihrea churchei linie been nnd Q many more HI pro bnbly bn erected in Ihe course of tho next MOID than two hundred rmmnmii cants havo theic aiid the Eplicopnl Churcli liocnmo Iho lending denomination of In thl tending il part nf lh hi e State 1 r alone might esteemed an ample riturn for all llmt brcu expended tipoii Jubilee College otu yet wflflhoiilit rcmemborlliot what has beet done is but Bowing heseed which will pro duoo an hundred fold wlichlhls country shal be filled up with ond suslflin D wlilch It can easily of lot lmcs Ihepreeeht ve are not to measure tho usefulness oflhe Churcl lh these new by the number ofiii It exercises a lowcrful in fluence on hat portion of iho which belongs to other religious tlcnomlna restraining the wildneas ofcnlhusl and the license of bold speculation i arid to tin geri upon the eye are opening Why mourn A few moro lialrt aro tdunchcd the Ami on Iho chock a Tour more furrows gravfitl i Time wrilts no wHnkle mi Hitliving swill Bant that tho UUIums private affairs are very much mixed iip with the affairs of the but this is a treat College properly is entirely distinct from own pifvale and Is so entered on the and recognized in all bin business Ho has private account with the College in the same manner 00 the other He has a farm adjoining Ihe Cnllego which is cultivated under Ihe same superintendence and by tho same but ho products of this farm nre iccpl dislinctfrotn those of Ihe College and Ihe College duly accredited with every dnys walk done upon the books kept til such a that the accounts could be balanced at any Bishop Chase appears more anxious to Increase Ihe property of the College than his own Those who suspect him of acting from mercenary motives know nothing of Ihe man and could they witness tho humbje style in which he and the laciiHces which doily that ho may have wherewithal In aiil the suffering mlmiona now deprived of their stipends by the failure of the collections for domeMio mis they would be ashamed of their A large pnttloii of hit Miohlcan excitements and temptations of the sludenli of Jubilee College can apply selven to teprntifg under wnjch cannot fall to have a elVtrct upon and inaKfl their r ineiiU on tbe Collegeproperty which ho sold for eight thousand do has been loaned o the College without interest to supply deficiencies vln the Pi view of the Bimplo truths nMInly Scrip lure in doctrines find If In ml do It lllerary lloii of a highorderi from which ynuiifjinc may go forth Imbued with Us spirit tn prno tlce the VRrlousJennicd profoxfiionBnnd ho stations of rank and Influence In n limit con be net o Its beneficial Influence i lime to I am fully persuaded Iml those benevolent individuals to whom Go has given wealth to promote the cause t tnowledge nnd religion among coul je made fully acquaintedwith Ihe circum stances and prospecU of JuliHeo College hey would follow tho example of your libci and it would noon bo put In possemiln of Iho means requisite for Iho necessary Im With great I dear Your obt ncMAnics DV niSHOp To attempt any thlngj by way of ai dltloiial illnstratioii of this important tub would seem to mar I ho fair face of lh above letter of good Toltenl The rca der will recollect Iho ganders of the cue mlea of JnblUO Cotlegef iind hero beho them alldjfiperted by the brrath of trut Even so may It with all machina loin of the who have cndeavorc or may hereafter endenvbr todeilioy th 1roleAlant Episcopal or proveitl i usefulness and progrons throughout IhoT Again It would m mil ft it n confidence in till and IPCIU be departure ftom the rutaplrlt of fnvn lie rnolto that God tplll w i Cliaie to doubt offavotublo improvo from very clear w cU tin own statement of tbeatTijri of Jubilee Cgllpg line of said roads to be ed ale on thermit of tlio United and tho tmc thereof forever vested in ho stud fur tho pjrposo and hone Fro G I hat no laitdi rescued or or nthou nor mm iho Mexican larl era nor an tn uluch the right of war incrcasi pro cmptlon ha1 thall bt sclccttd bj Stntr tinder I Sro 1 hn the United States mils shall i carried on roads under tho rcgiila lions of the Paitoftce at the minimum puce for similar seutcoi paid ori other and In casr ofdjsngreomcnt brlurni the Stale and Department atttotho iliPii the matter In dlnpulc tha 11 be Umlfo Ihe United States District Judgo At a lavge piul mooting of the cllifcPUJ of Clinton and Bund at Koj onlhe25lh D An ME iAs wa called to the and JAMES RussetL when iho follqvy mg resolutions wore unanimously adopted Io will That the attention of Ilio Rail road Company ion the Great Wcstcin mail fjoni AinoenueS Illsi be earnestly requested to exAmlno into tho iropricty of locating Road Ine from to That lie attention of paid Com IMIJ diiLcttfd to Iho exertions already and Iho RonEnr of In tho present Congress of the United ninth o to A grant far a Railroad from Now 3pcity t i r t i the icqrelary rccornmonda pasaetU oliovi ing goods to tie lafcen across lao Iitnmus to OUB Pacific tho aamo as from ono to another oa tt tr Lu tauls are needed at Chagrea and i Drawback should be allowed on exported by the Riu 4 n i t A varioly of Guggestloni In regard to onr trade In those now possessions aro Reciprocal ftro trado between Canada and DIoxlco find tho United Stntcu Is 111 Imposed upon Mexico during the led our and set a salutary J ances and wo hope anil trust will become law of the Union before he hour of Vd On the day the bill in question os brought our indefallgnblo member avo notice that ho at lie earliest ask leave to introduce another taking a similar grant In favor of tbo New Mount and Allen Rail nd the passage wo doubt e will also urge with hit accustomed zeal id Should ho succeed In iiiR both of these imporlant bills through and that we highly epprecialu his exertions In the of this meeting be by the Cliairruan and and forwaided to Iho Alton To rgraph and Missouri Republican for The meeting then JAMES ItEPnnr or tiiE This dacunirtit is at length bufmo and as it io ol iimti wo piocced giva a draft of Its The rrpoit optns with the following I able io National It will bo a most lewiilsnnd r reditftblo to useful career in the I House of rho rctpipUsntl fqienilituies foi Iho tlscal year on I From Tolal from oo 00 From miscellaneous 00 From Loaus and Troaaucy Total 30 Total as so Actual expenses 01 Estimated of Iho 3il K 4th qtfi Civil Forelftn 4 Army mlin Independent and when they dlicharga this ai they always without Inter fering with tho juil rights of the no good ground for complaint will We think this feeling Is gaining ground In 1111 noU and that the lime Is not distant when all our without any will deem it their duty to like a band ol in support of that policy which shall appear host calculated to develop Ihe encourage tho and pro male the general of this favored AH profiting to tho State of Illinois the light of oml a donation cif 1ublio a mis for making a Rnilroiti connecting the Upper und Lower Mississippi Iho chain of Northern Lakes at Beit Thai there ami Ii horvby granted to tho State of for tho purpose of aiding sold Slate in complet ing ho Central Kail road from via to a paint on iho Upper and alio fur Iho Northern Railroail extruding from Iho via to thtt InrllAna with a brfineh o dam pytut between Iho eavlDgin July CO The cstiinaleil receipts and expcndiluics fur the fit ycor tnto 1st actual 07 83 Wo have reeled of the ooecdlugq of a largo and respectable ig of lliocltizoni of Iho countioa of Cfln Totnl rewlpis on and held at Kcysport on tho July isii f last monthj as they relate o the Total means ame and make honorable mention during old tho cxerliona of Smith In favor cf 3ur wo annex to Iho bill above A trustworthy correspondent n forms that tho pooplo In that section nf Illinois are decidedly in favor of making Ihe orminus of the referred to at nstend of at Louis nud that a similar lentlmont Is In relation to their own by the ctllzcni of wliq will use every oxcttlon irt thulr power to flic he Eastern tornilnallon of the contemplated Railroad at New This Is Every State should firillqok to her oivn In ami then to Ihoio of her II U chifily with a view to this object that each of them ia constituted sovereign and ixamptc future Tile Secretory strotigJy rcniiu a Iila rccommcndntirn broadi mint In tho dly of It 111 as nccesnry In order to eociiro to tho cltj com nand ofiher due proportion of of the goods of ue tniul become tho slorrhouao of Its Tho has coined nt our mints llic sum of Murh mmc I tovcbccticolncilihad UiciQbcejiobrahcli mint ot New Tlio tirancti mint wojlM also aid tha ins of llio ostistfiil ucKliantrof New fiDm to November paid fur ilutltt The amount of during ho tame period by the assistant Jimv loiU tvas QUO the coin disbursed Thn rcasury fij stem trlndlcnicd as Slate Ilanlt deposit ijstcnn J t 3hDUaiuaciioniin regard to Oio loan of la Rlarcb iro premium ob lalnod was public debt haa been punctually1 whenever U became duo Stnlcmcnts ato that his has tircn dono at ci ciy period of our Our resent debt is nliout annual Interest on the public deb of Great Intain t Our wholo public domain to acres Tho Secretary advises hat power be De inrtmcnt to purchase all tho pubfic dcM of 11 casurj notes n itlout and ob j p purclma at thftmniftclrate portion of tharest Dotailt mo gucn of thn purclusfl olieatly made srvTs tire ghon whj tha debt should bo dlachargod as rvillyas f Jlio roost Is making rapid icctioni of coant havo been new cmqnta ii our houifi JJ stem aro 1 New Btondirds for weights and mcasurea and tho adoption of Iho decimal eyslcm are A GflciititlucommliilouisosUedtoiurveytheinln cral limls of Tho warehousing sjstcm ii retfcned Pira apcrtol Ui ptogrcas lias been successful and lalli Tho ficcrotary makes aonie lie organization Jo tha Treasury the aep arullun fromit oftlio Land UHlcoaurtci visionof Mar sltali and tlio opiioinlmcnt of HoudvisoB also detachment of tlie OIHcs and tlio Pension JlHco frotn Deport mqnti that Ialont UlHco from lie State and that the organization of the to all under new tn be called the Tlia wholo ex lflnae would not exceed per Tho report closes with invoking the blessing of Ifel ten upon our beloied BO 29 60 13 Intel cit on Iublic Debt Notes 28 Itudcmptlonpf Treasury 31 Total oa Katlmalttl In July 81 The estimated rrccipla ond for the Is col year commencing July arc From From Iublio Total Add baU in July Total The dining tho samo ai cslh mated by tlm ucverBl nrct Civil 01 Anny 61 00 iitii 4J Pen j OU Naval 38 Intercut uit Iutliu Debt jt 38 The tun declining In the Behind yon russet hill U act Far Is th and mine were With then weie aneet My lowly cot then priflico To soul lie tlio thy fond regret For home fuicgono aball be my My only sweet Sco as hy lambhlns sport willi niiner I nallva hills how hey Nor sailly at tliclr chango Like sweet Imprarn Would lhat Eoa bosom cone to fiel Id bless tho hour I owned my My lovo for 0111 WHAT A WORLD THIS NIGHT Bv ctiAttLza awAUv Ohl what a world llinlght bo If Hcnilt were nono would ijight And Forlunq proved lca blindl Lovus own to ui eer ilh olUewisli beside Ami not n caro Oli what a woild M Moro Ihan that of yovo ComLt and Uwill requite To love each olhcr Oh what n world of benuty p A loving heart might Ian If man dlil but And helped bit brother manl Then Angel guests would brighten Tlic threshold with their And lovo divine cntfelitca old oh what a woild of beauty A loving licait might U inan Old but his And helped fdlovvtnatil 73 Leaving in July U Total The Secretary then IclU ui Unl new nml cxlruorilln re nnllmrl7pl by fri i I If throe hmhnts He ynrt u t mcVc ginhiricl Why u tha dcallt of Iho Eltrlclt Shriihtrd like llecausoit Is HID cud of la on onima just knocked In the head lilw s man with a new too9 Because a new light baa just entered on his Why U Websters last dictionary like Ihe American Uocnuso It is the itandjnl ofnur If Muo wilt turn yellow wbat will turn it baott H tixlythrre frallqns nvltO a how oinOf will ninbp n tintsoi head f

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