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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 19, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                I EVERY BY BAILHACHE one square or K o For each Ri millet connocwt i itw i irisoV fc No 88 M h also authortied Mer AUDITORS To Iho attention of some friend al Spring we ore indebted for a copy the ennlal Report of IhoiAmlilor of l kpears that the balance remaining In the on Ibe 1st of amounted lo 1 with November made the sum applicable lo Hie suppoil of Ihe of paymenls made during the same hove amoun led to in IhesTreasii en Ihe 1st of December lo Ihe Col 1 and Seminary Fund on Ihe of last to Ihe inter esl on due on the 1st of January and subject to bo apportioned among the several cnuulifsexoluslve of 34 due Iho Deaf and Dumb As him at Jack of Stale lands during Ihe two years end Mna November principal In he Chicago anil Dlxon amniints to21213 100 the proceeds of r amounting to scrip ami inter esl been dcpositcdin thriFund teilontbe Chicago Laud pistricirthcre still remains In the Dixon Land 63 100 acres in the Danvillo Larfd 681100 remainsmispldi of lands purchased by the of for internal exclusive of CairoCiiy andtown G5100 iiiIlioChicago Selected offered Tor According to siate Hospital 1817and lakerr by the sceins Ilial Ihe entire1 sum coimllesduring cimtribuled 00 Medisdhi with the view uflho ri yM Tho warrants unrmieomed Dei ccrllflcales forthe Interest Ciillcgoand Serolnay onlh8 13 ThB issutdfiom the 134810 1848 exilu live of Ihewarranlt issuedfor tho Bad tnseno Hospital ianiouu 71 HIE Scmiimiy funds due 1st and MB Mafciiigthe suiri ThtiVainiilscaiiccnodtolhe 1 iIWs fioiii Iho 1st DCi i I on Ilia Schiioi College f Seminary 1 H ainquni so warrants anil certillcalM Ins on Ul assessed iforllie year ami un If deduct amount now in fron trie amountof warrants certificates wn leave atioul Ihe for Ihi after deducting of 1849 be a 3 assessed for the yea there be aboui340 to rnre Mdiio 01 last ami received frumld Do V I remaining uncolloclfil is about u lo about oiliecled upon OBI aT 1817 coiiM fjndremaining iini n onrn willainnuni Ifar MX for current M B be about Vfmark hat in liilfleen Invled uponlhe s d hf W In enforcing colieo Jo by tha falhire of asies many counties f lo Ihe clerk imiil appiember Swisd f Mtned lo Ihe clerk unlll Dl impossible for Ihe col iina oblal frorh he cleik in 1 jil collections so as to obtain h at tho spring him r f llle prevents Mtrrnln Stlement at the June may II may be lhat n law legalizing assess Inents not made within the time required by will be necessary ai it Is expect ed thai a law will be passed regulating Iho rhonrouin n rw pa1 f th t it we are opposed o the ex tension of and wish it prevented by the use of all constitutional and just That our Senators in Congress a been dono tinder former II Is a thill Ihe ollloer or attorney hereafter charged w lib Us collection from delinquent beiallnwed a certain all collection actually made by after Ihe are handed oveMo him by Ihe Au Let tbls compensation be ample and snlTlolent 10 enable that officer lo pursue claims Into every county by personal examination and Oflecure col lirllons whenever Ihere Is properly of any kind This per need not be come a charge upon Iho but may be as a to be added lo the amount collected from Ihe delin Iliui requiring Ihe officer lo look to Iheiflual his com Ihe erealcat possible motive for energy and diligence Is appealed to In my the surest mode that can be securing Ihe prompt and rapid collection of All of which Is respectfully CAMPBELLj ABSTIUOT OP THE I 1 Standing committees were apnouiiced from Ihe Chair as Dillowi On the Skinner and Gray and Laslicr and tidaal Pat fiiltnriil Turnlnill and Iho KUIoag and anil Public Account and Har Cwing Hives and Canal and Caiial Gibson aiid Drawn and and Sconccj Wilson aiid Klnner PultllcGioundt and Wal Tackcrhcrry anil i Stae Day and Laiiiery Patterson and i ond Gray and Jen Danlo and Enrolled and Enyroatd Tackcrbcrry Marralt and a M Hahl StaiItwealhor and i LhiJor oliorea i ilio Mesoloul by the House of Rrpr the ienatc concurring That Ihe Govern or ol Ihe Stale ol Illinois be authorized and suitable wilh devices and to him pie tented In Ihe name and in behalf of Ihe pea of thii each of the Colonels of Ihe ami Illinois as a public their ailmhalion of Ibe pllaulry ql those olllcers al the bailies Utitnavisla That withthe pro foumlest of the mo mory and ehterlalning the liveliest grali tudofor his invaluable services as command gallant and wilh Ip testify our high of Ihe valorand dis played by him at Qoycriibr be fur iher to similar those the Kaineto the eldest ion as a memorial of the enterlaiucd by the pcoplii of this State for the bravery eiid memory al length in support of eulogizing the services ofihe Illinoistroops fromthe ooihinaudiiigoilicers dowiilb Campbell jhayed to araend the reso lullohs iiicluding the name of Bievet Linder accepted the and apologized for not including Ihe reso tljen proceeded to paya tribute of the lilgheM iespeoi to Shields in an able and lenathy followed in the samp strain of eulogy upnn Illinois urging a of The question was and tho lions wlthntit a ilNsentlue oTer6d the fulluwing rejo iuiinn V by Ihi House of Ktnreuntallues of Ihe General Afemhly of the Stale of II the Scnoleconcurring our Senators be lnslriibiedtand our Kepresenta tivesUn Congress be n vole on all aiid every In by law of Cungressi thetnlerance or extension of No grn or ehallel properly In human over or in any territory now frnm such to Ihe Unlmd or hereafter acquired by Olds moved its indefinite postpone The question was taken on Olds and decided in Ihe Hayes then moved lo by nib stiiutiiig thefullowingf by the laws of belnha bitaiits of ceded territories retain their o riglnalprlvalerights anil domeslio Insii liiiions Mexion has ceded la the Upiied Stales an extensive and val uable in which Ihe institution of did hot exist at the lime of slid cession and lhallerritory was acquired In ajust at Iliecommon ex pense and by the common efforts of the whole Uilfont Jtesolved by Ihe Haute of the Senate concurring That under the Oonstltullon of the Uniled Con gress have only such powers as are directly or Incidental and necessary to the exercise of those so Congress have no right lo interfere with the institution of Slavery where it exists by nor have they the right lo impose that iuxtilulion where it docs hot to in long January SEKATE report of the Illinois Asy lum for Iho Education oflhe Deaf and was laid before Iho Senate and on motion of was laid on Ihe table and copies ordered la be printed for Ihe use of the General end 600 copies or dered lo be pilnled for the use of the insti i Judd reconsider Ihe vole alien on Ihe adoption of Ihe resolution re lating lo the presentation ofiswords o dif ferent which was agreed to and the resolution referred to a select commit tee of 1 1 U Hjl offereditbe following w uponlhe first coll upnn Ihls Slate by the President of the United four regiments of our best cllizens obeyed with alacrity that and mingled ill Ihe saniulnary battles of Buenavlsla and Core Gordo and at a still later pe and in obedience to a second call upon i wo olher besides sever al Independent companies of en lered with equal alacrity into Ihe servioe of Ihelr and privations and hardships of a campaign in Mexicn and Ihls Is Ihe first assintbllng of Ihe Representatives of the people of the Slate al since the expiration of Iho term of service from this Stale and anxious lo reflect Ihe feeling and wlthei of our respective In regard to the valor and bravery of ourgallant and pa Irioilc citizen belt Ihe thanks of the people of Ihe Slate of are and through their Representatives are hereby and all of the no lonly for the dauntlessbravery manifested by them in the fearful conflicls of Buena vlsla and Cerp butTor Ihe high repu tation sustained in the ariny for correct and deportment by which means they achieved for our Stale unexampled and Imperishable our sympathies are by tendered to tho relations and friends of those brave who yielded up Iheirlives in the service of country whether that service was made with ho clash of arms or a foreign land and thai Ihelr memory will be cherished by Iho with a lively and grate ful k i iTcaroblo resolutions were adopi i geoferpaof the day was occupied in of a introduced strucllng onr and our Representatives in oppose the organization of Terrltoral Governments un less slavery arid Involuntary servitudebe prohibited therein and a substitute offered lo by lo lhat sub on preceding bythe samb for Maxwells resolution but bad r of the Treasurer was laid be i On motion of Kellogg laid on he tai and SOOOcopies oidered lobe Several communications from Iho or were Ihe House and referted Speaker laid before the House the Report of the Illinois Mutual Fire Insurance and laid on Rounlroe reported back spo committee the bill entitled fees and with Ordered lo l Cloud Introduced a bill to esldblish theIllinois Asylum for the and molloti referred to a Icctoommltlee and weio appointed said The by Mr Pinto on camo up Jieiohcd by Ihe Senate of the Stale of Illi the House of Jtenresentatives coicur Tirig That our Senators in Congress be our Representatives re lo use all honorable means In their power lo procure Iho enactment of such jaws by nongovernment of the territories of the United acquired by the treaty of and wilh Ibe Republic of concluded February Ihe as shall contain Iho express that there shall be neither sla in voluntary servitude in said ter otherwise ban in Ihe pumshmeut of crimes whereof Ihe parly shall be duly McRobeils moved the conslJcrailun of the resoluliou till Thurs Siitphin offered tho following as a That by nature all mert ite born free and and that tho territories recently acquired of Mexico are and thai slavery nol and cannot exUt except by municipal That we are opposed la invol untary slavery every form and In al except for the punishment of crimr yet In this we do not oppose Ihe riulit of selfgovernment in every separate and dUllnct are opposed lo the ex tension of domestic slavery into territories of tills Government where itdoei not now exll Ibe power of ihe Uniled Stutea Government should never be used forany such Ihal our Senators in Congress be end our Representative in Congress by every conslllullonal within the extension of slavery to Hie territories recently acquired by the treaty with Mexi Gillesple moved lo lay be substitnle on Ihe Witt moved lo lay Ihe original reso lution and substitute on he The question recurring upon Gllles pies motion to lay Sulphiiii on Iho it was The previous question was ordered and the original resolution was adopted by yeas and as follows Ilouil A mcsipgo vcai received announcing that the House was ready id Meet the Senate In Ihe of to Inaugurate Ihe Governor The Senate proceeded and the B pr ceremony of Inaugurallontbelrig turned to their Chamber when Lleultnatit Governor Wells oonductedllho Lieutenant lo and made mi CateJ Morrison and n ui i I Patterson and T and Morrison and Military dlam and nil Sullttt him while be had had lht honor lo preside Cloud aail as Speaker ofiIhe present Senate and ho foil equally grateful la hose who were honor o I He spoke of Ihe agreeable acquaintance formed with honorable Senators at Ihe pre sent which would bt long Plato and t Enrolled and Gillesple introduced a bill lo author Hi of the changes in Ihe or1 county lo levy ganlo and expressodilhe opinion lhat Speaker laid before Ihe Senate he Ihe now Constitution embraced copies ordered to more In conson spirit of Ihe day lance wllbJlho Ihe Senate resolved itself intocommit He dwelt upon thetardubrjg duties and Itee and took up the bill rela Several amend said thai such a legislator found his reward producing considerable dlsonsslon7 in the confidence and approbation of an after which the committee telligcnl reported Ihe and asked leave lo He concluded by saying thai Ibe people had a sure guaranty from the Intelligence on InlroJut manlfesled in Ihli General Ibat for an ncl lo authonte Ihe forma and liberal legislation would on companies for characterize iho present On million of Abend the commltle the Lieutenant le were Instructed to report or addressed Ihe Senate very briefly le Propriety of electing Supreme as follows i Judges by Ihe the whole I have on Ibis occasion lo lender my on Introduced a bill thanks lo the through then amcnilalory of the practice lo the people of for Ihe distinguishj o the committee on the oJ honor they have conferred upon me In on offered a resolu elevating me lo Ihe station upon which I al committee on Finance report am now to It Is wilh the utmost din trust of my 1hat I assume the re sponsible duties which will devolve upon mo but the apprehensions whieh would otherwise opprem a hope that honorable assist me In Ihe discharge of my I and doubtless commit errors but I beg lo assure the Senate that such er rors will not be It will be my aim to act with entire impartially and when I look around upon this enlightened I fee assured that I shall have able counsellors various tasks which I may have lo perform If I shall succeed In any degree in endeav ors la merit your and that of the my highest be grail McRobcrts offered Iho following res which was unanimously adopted Ihtil Ibe thanks of Ihe Senale are hereby tendered lo Ihe honorable Jo exLieutenant Governor of the Slate of Illinois and lato Speaker of the for the and efficient manner In which he has discharged the du ly of presiding olHcer of Ibis that he be entitled to a seal within Ihe bar ottered i he Governor be permit led lo employ a Secretary durlhgf the ses sion of the i on present ed Ihe of Iho Warden of Ihe Peni tentiary which was laid on the and 600 copies ordered to be s motion of Govern or was authorized lo employ a private Sea the Theamendmenrof the fixing on two oclock was concurred i The amendment ofi the i Senate lo Ihe priming was agreed On motion of Ryan That the obmmntee on Banks and Incorporations inquire Into the expedi ency ofreporting a bill for a general act for Iho incorporation of companies for tho con struction of Railroads wlihln lie Slalc of Il as contemplated in the flist scclrbn of Ihe lOllr article of the Ihe Cnairslatcd that IbVunfinished bu siuess of Saturday bolng Shermans fWilmot proviso was next in orderthd question being on the amend ment of Hayes said hes woiifd modify his a mendmenl by striking olitj lhat Congress have not the that Con gress ought occurring in Iho second resolution Thomas movedfo nineud the amend by substituting the viz Shivery was originally introdu ced Into our country contrary to the wish es and against Ihe remonstrances of our ancestors And Ihe giealcst slatesincn and bcsl men of our who have lived during iho last half have most solemnly declared that slavery is a great national evil Ihe greatest conslilulional ex pounders and most profound statesmen known to our under sanc tion of their oaths lo support the Constitu tion of Ihe United solemnly decla red Ibnl Congress have he power lo pro hiblt slavery in Ihe territories of the Uni ted Slates And the prople of the Untied Slates hnve acquiesced in this doctrine for a period of sixty year And every act of Ihe Government has been In accordance with Ihls doelrine That ho peo ple of Iho Uniled Stales have Ihrough their Representatives In lo make laws prohibiting slavery hi Ihe ter ritories of Ihe Uniled That our Senafors In Con gress be and our Reprasenla lives io use Ihelr best exertions lo secure Ihe passage of laws by prohibiting slavery and involuntary servi In Ihe said olherwlse than in the punishment of whereof Iho party shall have been duly Thai the Governor furnish lo each member in Congress from the Stale of Illinois a copy of the foregoing resolu Yates took Ihe floor In a speech of some length In favor of Thomas amend He was followed by Sherman and Sconce on Ihe same end Hayes In opposition when Ibe latter gave way lo an on offered a resolu lat the committee on Finance report a bill for defraying the necessary expenses oflhts General Abendy on a bill for lioorporatothe Louis and nil ire relieved by the Wire Suspension Bridge lalors will aid and to committee on Banks and Cot The debate upon Ibe resolution introduced some days since by and the proposed then rosnmcdi Hayes spoke some time against the and in favor of ho When he had having obtained the ad Iho resolution of remarks of some length Siierman withdrew his and moved to lake up tho resolution from tho Senale upon Ihe same The noticed in the proceedings of was accordingly up when Hayes as a substitute Ip the the and heretofore submitted by him as aVubstllule o those offered by Maxwell and i Linder then moved thai the proposed subslilule be laid on the table which was agreed noes by Ihe House of the Senate roncitrring herein Tli The Cbilr announced Ihe fol lowing Standing viz Richmond nil O Ha GritesiM and Da Public itaajt Pallirso and The queslionwas then taken on agreeing the rasolullon from Ihe anil car ried by Ilie following vote liar Kee Lit Tlirnbulli and Darnell Fryi Tho Seriate resolution was concurred In Mr Maxwell wilhdrew hls rtifolutlon ups n the same from Iho commitlee on tho which was referred a rosolu tion that no crime should hereafter be pu nishable by reported a bill for an act to modify thepunishment of Anumber of Senato resolutions were ta ken up and amonj which was tho Joint resolution instructing our delegates In Congress to uso their best exertions lo procure a grant of lands to aid in the con sductioo of Railroads in he Sloan olfered a resolution instruct Ihe Judiciary to inquire Inlo Ihe expediency of reporting a bill concern Ing Counties and County on Introduced a bill to mend an act in relation lo Common Read twice and ordered lobe on Introduced a bill for an act to suppress riots and regulalhig Referred to commitlee on the on Introduced n bill for Ihe security of personal Refer on Introduced S bill to regulate on introduced a bill for an act an act lo establish Com mon Referred lo committee on Ed on Introduced ft bill lo authorize general Banking On motion of It was laid on the and ordered lo be Vernar offered a Instruct ma the committee on Retrenchment lo in quire into Ibe expediency of reporting a bill to make Ihe rales of physicians chargesu niform In this amount of Irade lhat would come from beyond the limit of wagon transporta with few would be of no consequence lo Alton be yond that Ihere are few farmers who have not and lo suppose thai a who has a market thai he can reach with bit when he has nothing else to Will be so silly as to let his noises and wagon He Idle al and send his produce to maiUel by Is to atlrlbutelo him lets sense than I am n Illlng As I Intimated these Railroad schemes for are ell hum In my humble The popula Stale Is too small to afford Hiem illness lopay n ere they made id donated to Iho This we see In the Meredusia and Jackson ville At some future day they III doubtless be useful and But Railroads into Ihe Interior of the for the purpose of causing population lo spread oul would exhibit about at much wisdom as a merchant would show by opening a most1 magnificent ttorebusome desolate lei ui turn lo the Turnpike And let us have a good from Car or even Belleville and what are Ihe probable results It is a known fact as a thoroughfare for Ihe Alton route would bo preferred to Ihe But In addition lo a large portion of the produce that now flowi Into would Justly come lo and perhaps en able the Altonlans to ship another spare rib down to Ihe great mistress of going lo of iho but I Mis Thai great whose brave Inhab itants a few years made such a tremen dous noise by their their and Ihelr big lhat Alton was well nigh used up as by an but which ter all only reminded us of lhat great marched up Ibe ind then marched back But this is a digression for which I beg All know that for many weeka in Ihe latter part of the and early parlol the Ihe we weather makes Ihe roads almost Impassable unlll Ihe Mlsslssip pi freezes over so Tar as lo prevent the far mers from And these obstruc tions are generally in their way at Iho very lime they wish lo do Ihelr Now what would they do if hero were a good road to most assuredly they would trade at your en if Ibe dislanco were dou ble as far for them o they would nol regard because they would bring double as much at a But lo many Ihe dis lanco would be And I verily bo lieve this road alone would cause the busi ness of Alton to be doubled In less than a year from Its And a road of Ibis sort can be soon made without much Many farmers wllllake stock and pay for it In n thus have a greater inducement lo patronize It when I am disinclined the trouble even to read my remarks on these Important matters but really the prosperity of Alton seems so closely connected with them that t oannot hold my or in other words my ond hope you ant yobr fellow awake lo jour In WAOOK For too EDITOR Ai you have condescended lo give my hasty relative lo Turn e place In your respectable pa I have deemed it my duly to trouble you wilh a few more and as before If they shall be considered of no Importance lo the Improvement of I am perfectly willing that you should commit them the My preference for Turnpikes over Rail M shown hi my former communica tion Is based mi Iho following Railroads are nn accommodation lo whhllve within 30 or 40 miles of pro vided that Ihere U a good wagon road for them to Ihe same For es the care will slop for freight only at the respec tive which are generally from 10 to 20 miles the farmer has to loud bis wagon and carry his produce lo these de pots end In doing Ihls ho would often have lo go over bad roads lo a depot which would be farther from market than his own and his journey Ihllher would frequently be worse and more serious than a journey di rect to market aver a good And brsides all mer will prefer Ihe privilege of disposing of his goods In when he on doso oul employing agents lo do II for If these remaiks be Ibe lleve no person of objmiltou cto doubt ENGLAND WrUlm on Imlna England and joins In itoiolnj slrttfnj aUftram battim Me loo conn Of Iba evils In Die Theres none more Vila tlian tlilsi To roll the poor man or his And think U not fo overwork the laboring It surely Is a trfmcj From early motn lill lalo at nlcht How tedious Is lie time His work Is hts wngos loivj arcso That lie cannot suppoit t And Itccp Ills conscience Andif Jio dires to saya Or ullcr They thandUchaigQ him from his WWclicauses him o That lilts Is ilono on English Soinq Ihoiitamla can Who hat e licen forcd hy want to seek A competence Thus ends this fearful tale of WhirJi many own la truci And IfI Is lhavefoieot What 1 have seon men So old late you vrclli Wllhallyour unjust laws Llkpwlsa ynui lieavy taxes too Whatever be Ihe Ill cross the wido Atlantic Unto a land thats A land whore plenty does Aa j ou may plainly Its i land whare freedom Ami love and truth prevail And those who work aie so well They have no need lo But Idle people are a Whore oor they itogoj Tlia dionea lhat break Industrious Backs Anil prove a countrys To THE beloved Illinois Is juslly famed for her and heroes and I think the lime has now come when she with equal olali for herself a ilvulship with arty of nor sister in Ihe magnilrcenl productions of her as the following and classic a Suikerpoet fully exem To acquaint you wilh Ihe circura which Inspired Ihe pen of this im mortal and caused him to tune his lyrei and vibrate these ambrosial It is ne cessary lhat facts be submitted lo a candid world and that I Inform Ihere In the Slate of a neat little thriving called near which reside ttBooil many of both whose chief delight to pass away Ihe time f Christmas Is lo meet together al be house of a and the far Ms In Old Noilh Carolina call ahoe On Ihese interesting and highly popular oc II nol uiifreqiieiilly happen lhat a ouple of and amorous youngsters become so entangled In IhenulAn of Cupid nd Kmtuas In be unable lo extricate them lelvesg and while In this delightful condi they often pledge lo each other ft life line as often as one Ime in those pllgblinga of hand end aie matrimonially observed by the dilemma did our friend Ibe poel git during lha re cent It was hlsfoitunetobe ehi lerately smitten with Ihe charms of si little blackeyed Iltbt residing in the who was well pleased lo reciprocate hit at vowed to and made her sn offer of his and fortune but as the latter so exceeding she told that considered It the least Impottanl deration be had lo present her aod she in llmaled 16 In a mannerhlghly credllkr blotbher delicacy and was ready to make him the most In destinies of Our poet was In an eostany of delight and anxious was he lo revel In the anticipated joyi of connubial lhat it was wltWlf ficully hii friends could restrain his so desirous was he lo gel ha could hardly wait 111 Ihe day appointed that All was excitement and bubthe oake waabelngbaftedlhe ens were killed and sausages all made stuffed ready for erse lltile twisted cakes and balls were ed npln Ihe most tasty and fantastic and even Ihe ohl the patriarch of alt Ihe geese In the hod fallen a vlcllm lo Ihe excitement of the net was tying flat on his back In a barrel In Iho smoke decently picked and and ready save the cooking to act his part in the anticipated were all on and promised themselves otr lol three goon BuValatl how uncer tain and transitory areall our mundane joysl The Yellow Fever of California was brought lo our settlement through Ihe columns of Iho Alton Telegraph whn do think was tho first victim that It swept from among us n not JudgeMt was our identical no one Before he addressed his fair Dulcl nca under coyer to me af ter apologizing for his unexpected and assuring her of his everlasting Ills thoughts became loo big for utterance in and he bunts forth in Iht poetic TO MISS SARAH Wherilolsof goold Is found ril bka my apada and To excavate the L for Im doomed to A stranger from my native 7 v vi Solitary and SdmettmeaYof Wlicn 1 am far A digging for Iht ahlnhuj 1 In i It grieves me much with jou to ha to meet no more But on to morrow I must start t To seek Uie yellow But if I I will come My goold with you to sharer And then will lake a life lime taclc In wcdlockwo will L for a I must mountains with Ilia ahlners Ill M My to many Youra t IACX It Tnorr tendoncyof Iho last fow years lo lubslltule iron for hai been shown in and olh er even been attempted in houses but we believe without lhat success which is shown in or A gentleman of the North of Scot Is now on the Introduc tion of Iron with good ground for that of such vehicles should be formed entirely of an iron the panneis of plate of galvanized and the axles of iron tubes filled wood the wheels lo have for ble is called the suspension The ad proposed a lightness about two to thrcej a saving of colt In about Ihe same Thusa pony of the usual weigh live hundred IB only obout three when constructed of Iron nn omnibus of Iba ordinary wouM be twenty to twentyfour hundred can be formed of Iron at about The lame in respect of external decoralionsand internal A carriage of this kind effects an important saving If successful as invention It must no Importance to both In sparing Ihe muscles of individu al of orgreater share of the earth being turned tothe use of humaii For use in tropical there a further advantage In the nonability to crack and and the unsuitableness of an Iron frame for becom in a nest of noxious Apalt from substitution ofone materialfor which lithe leading fealure of ha much h claimed for II on Ihsj ground of the superior1 springs emplojediu these They are aiid vei llcally working ill a with nn apparatus which precludes their falling from the perpendicular We have seen one of Altkens car and taken a drive In with out being able to point in w hich they are likely to prove a Their be matter for larg er requiring lime for asatisfac tory Till TcDEcium tho of Telegraph pales inthe world is lo bo seen where Huuses Philadel phia line crosses the Hudson On tho New York side a single pole hasbeen erect Ihe peak of which Is considerably high er than Ihe cross on Trinity Church It Is over four hundred feet above the sur face of the On Ihe Jersey shore the polo Is erected on the by Fart rmrt its peak Is about seven hund red and fifty feet above the The dis tance between poles is about one and two steel wires are suspended probably the most successful achievement of the kind ill Ihe Increased Emigration to ap peared by the statements of at ameeting in New oh Wednesday e veiling thai since the Colony became a emigration has greatly The annual avenge of emigration has Ihls season Increased from ISO to and there are now applications fer a pas which Ihe Society need Ihe means Already five vessels have been dispatched thiryeur with over 400 ernisr Among those now walling lo go sia BOO slaves in of Ihe eslate of Isaac who n Society called for Ihe sum of from lit which n part responded to on the next check for for Ihe Ross id from an unknown donor to the corresponding SeereUry o be P hivs DOW on a Wl and comnlete assoibnsnt of and Ctatlrmrnls nubUr of every which at this season oflht are testrsblft and which iva will sell PIMMPCK Ilia and MO IblrellsSh for sale by dec I BARRY   

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