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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 16, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                THE ALTON IS PUBLISHED EVERY ALT For ench continuance 00 1 deduction niiute io yWly I K r 1 1 wai gathered In fiire thltlb calcuIatlugihegolU worth he 12 ouucei to ibo It It almost 6ul nevertheless It It I luppose no have ever been discovered of equal and i yielding such 10 little latior as of I and II will be yean I before It can bo I have visited caller floweri and that the world llonj wlthlfi llio t for our having lived than our highly fator 11 tbohonon which an or a CoV 1 broken remarkii tbli inperi our ienorsl gelling out quantities of I have a miller connected with our bout Worth of gold duit which I washed MASON k myself In IhS course of two or three t AlHntnn ILLINOIS that U Is to be JunoB hoped the tight Is over bet clly of Louis and Ihe the terminus of Tho effect of thti discovery la bad for he morali of the and will ruin all Its prospect as a farming or agricultural I would not again go through what I to tee the and I would not lellle down to live In for all the gold The issipa f e of the Stile and a dissipated and ho permit me Io Ing In here from all pi n to a few facts that have as soon as Iho news ri iarts of Ihe and dlvidually I would not have the least objection If they should rcinovo our entire a part of which they have al abd throw it the East side of Bloody provided they first get Ihe consent of properly holders in the and permission from our Logts lalure to do until such permission shall have been sought and I am opposed to their another tone and should they persist in doing sland ready to assist in defending tho rights of citizen and Iho Not io in the of the road as In thai I have taken the most lively but had refrained from say ing feeling as I did not occupy inny public I could have but little in fluenco in I he terminus of the road and it after a recent vis it to hat I was able to through a glass the game they woro playing upon Let me While in conversation with an Influential wealthy citizen and one who has taken a deep interest in the terminus of the the prospects and probable course that Iho Illinois would naturally camo And here lei mo re that it has caused n good deal of sur prise with mo to notice the overwhelming interest that Is taken in the Illinois Legisla bythe people bf particularly after of abuse honped upon the members of that body by the Louis such as far unacquainted with and thinktho members of their own Legis lature have good cause lobe jtnlouof Ihcir constituents for paying such flattering at tcnllon to the Illinois Io Iho al most entire neglect of Ihcir Bul to The burthen of Ills capi talists whennarrowed Io made and harped upon iu tho Louis viz That Louis would and there by lenune the taking of Iho nock but lhat Ifit Io terminate at we not subscribe a tenth part of and Ihe charter would become a dead I thenaskod if ho believed Iho people of Louis would really take a mil he is money enough In Louis lake twice that amount but we doubt whether we would ever be called upon Io take half of as the investment would be considered a good1 end as moneyis more plenty we expect that a greal If not airof would be taken and merely name the amount wo propose to ihow our I admit thai up to that I had not thought of visit Ing knowing bul little about log axe but conclu ded 1 could at least show up to u few of tho member the sincerity of the Louis cap And permit In conclusion Io that when Ihe Chamber were cleared of tho Louis an assembly o the lame number of men more regular in their orderly in their conduct and evincing a greater disposition to legls late for the good of their the Louis press to the contrary notwlthstan cannot be found and though I remain ed bul a few and heard but few of Ihi I cannot conclude without nddint a tribute of praise to the Senator from hit for the am talenl evinced by him In coping with am fuslrallng the slratagems resetted to b Lmli g who would enter th un fUMijp TIWW n uiiiu cuiur in alls of the Legislature of another Stale and attempt 16 buy up the votes of thos who were sent there to legislate for th bos interest of tho to make a low that could not have failed to have prove eterious Io Ihe boil interests of their con loo inuch praise canno be awaided tho members from the Norther Motion of theStato for their devotion to ou Interests In the hour of trial as there isev lew couldnt b r o ignorant farmers and m V Go11 granl eve main In if that bo an evidene t b of a m to th California Gold Whe I redound to Ihe hone S L0t le I Ihrfn morality amSng Ld to be al leas MilllJ Vu Men who have fa miles live comfortably ot not suffer Ihe gold feveravarlcoto enlie fl0 to embark i those me i W lbl1 re cognized bul brute Every one wh runs an equal riik to be kll arrives In Cal ld be succestfu ery man I quit his fa i o e on he or after he arrives In Cal 8 in If he shoul I obtaining Let ev nfii I6r I w his and lead oare J1 the following article from our Conn at the Sandwich Gold U plenty mil no may live Iu Ihli region six Another California of th Ten late Amoiica fOmmlssloner to Sandwich hi tiler from CaHlbnila Io mother al Wa says know Iwo men who Collected from Ih irrace of Ihe and within a ver Whki aer lwo Iu valu iinm t circumference of 300 soui t pleasure Iho rapid irder of tho Sons of IN PERESTING The Cdwardsvlllo Division ons of met at thoir Hall on 10 evening of Ihe 16lh to receive from 10 ladies of Edwardsvlllo a present of a This Division has met with much ncouragomont from tho This is 1C but by no means the evidence has received of their kindly and ppipolalion of the efforts of the members La work they have Tho Bible was presented on the part of e ladles by Miss MAHV in c follow ing address The ladies of Edwardsville having ob erved with Increasing dvancement of the and ns they ml their continued prosperity will be alien ed u iih countless blessings to our nd the whole human beg leave ro pectfully to present to Ihe Edwardivillo Dl this as a token of Ihe deep in erest hey feel in ho successful progress of 10 Order throughout the entire and especially in their own town nd As they have not had the pleasure of par cipnling with the laudable effort ou by which so happl ess has already been diffused throughout ur domestic they can only extend i you the belt testimony iu of le high estimation placed upon Order y Iho ladies place wishing a ontinuation ofyoUr lato encouraging sue and that the Edwardsvillo Division of 10 Sons of Temperance may long be re lembered as one of tho most blessed insti utlons of the It was received by Iho present Chaplain of this Di as follows the most pleasing we ten cr our very grateful acceptance of Ihe plmidld which behalf o liuladios of have been ed to present to the Edwardsville Dlvisior f Iho Sons of cnnnoi ind language to express the high order o ileasnro which you have afforded us by Ihe anddomo and complimentary term will you hove accompanied tho presonta ion of this most valuable and beautiful gift We hope lhat we shall always prize ibis jest of all both on account of Ils in finsio and because Ihlscopy is Ihe irlceloss donation of Ihe ladies of Edwards its presence in our Hal will ever remind us that the pufesl the mos sentiments of huihai those that have their origin in ivo lhat are nurtured and cherish ed are enlisted In our eve ipreadiug abroad a soft pure before vhoso radiance the dark visageof Ihe de non of Intemperance must give anr iltlmatcly disappear from our happy land Wo have ever found Ihe ladies Of our courr ry ready and willing Io by the powe of a resistless by their smiles ant not only Iho cause of Temper but every moral wliicl bed tears of gratitude over our and feolual In brlngliufjhhe bleninei of Educa nallar J I It1 ll ot all the oblldren I venture a ft or a over won upon the field f t Yod have done us the honor o hat our Order his and Is oalcula ed to lasting blessing o our court Heaven granl that U may continue to benefit our and advance the Interest ind welfare of The noble phllan hropisls that preceded us in his and hoie ho look the lead in Ihe establishment f our could not behold be march of the mighty evil of Intemper lhat was fearfully undermi ning In darkness tho best interests of our the beitlnstltullonsof our an ovil that did and still does icru lie to lift Hi giant foim In Ihe full open Maze of that wai deliberately Or our and lite IR Ihe last hoprj ofienslaved few of SffielTiolent and judlciou is need during the or at least a major of tho repeal of tU digging the grave rally entombing inanont schools 11 to bring ui ent funds at Ihef chool My practical aCj ssfon of teaching i tho countyiofl Isbes for the s leap syltcm of nRlh and bread will be my axcuVeiHO you and to the rea Its the health and phy leal energies of tho tbo moral irlnelple of and upon civil liberty Thanks bo to In the different iras of tho history of this glorious io has raised up a host of determined re to In tones of the alarm to a nation reveling on the cry brink if bo that their voice las not been Time will never llscloie tho vail which have oc iUrrcd o ourblesscd country and tho iy the mighty efforts of that band of Temperance worthies who preceded us in the giant struggle to rid the country of tho terrible scourge with which t ban boon too long They did but still much was left to bo Miracle of healing woro wrought by and under heir auspices the lastiviclorios eemed about to be by heir incredible tho whole nation was and an universal sympathy aw a tened a brief Ihe wonder til excitement produced began to 1he intense Interest kindled up in the pub Ic mind began to It was evident hero was lacking lome some plan of by whicluthis immense nornl power could be retained its energies concentrated and wielded to bettor At Ihll critical when the the and truly patriotic of Iho land were iu and and for lie fate of the iustitu and the harmony and good or dor of society then it lhat our gloii om Order unfurling hlrh ils tricol ored inscribed wilh Purily mid and proclaiming total absti lence from any and every thing lhal has the remotest tendency or excite a desire for in oxlcftllnn Wo believe thatIn this system there is a nfighly agency that will ultimately prove effectual inpulling down the strongholds of the most terrible foe our country has ever had Io Great whereof we are havo been and bo done through other modes and instrumentalities but we think wo are Warranted in that In the Older o Ihe Sous of wo have the niiis of Ihe and triumphant era of Ihe It would be iiiap on this very Interesting occasion o enter into and speak al largoo Ihe unparalleledsuccess of tho Sufiico it to it has already produced beneficial results to an extent and of a char acter greatly exceeding the fondest nnlici pallonsand mostcherished hopes of Its earlier friends ana we shall love the sacred Bool have brought for herein are Iho most solemn admonitions am that ever fell upon he human or penetrated the lhat nation that givelh hi neighbor or putleth tho bollle to him and maketh him We shall dellgh in this because torn it are deducci those high and exalted principles by whicl we are and by which we hope to he In this treasure of heavenly wisdom we are taught to love one to regard our unfortunate fellow beings o whatever clime as our and a siioli to sootho his to relieve him InhIs him in his dis ir thai in ou f o and hearties y valuable which but amid friends and made is an additional Instance of your The gift is highly Aslhe Eter praiseworthy zeal In promoting every God is its rfo our creator al is effusion of Iho Father of all our and of lha replete with the liveliestemallonsofbcnev Redeemer through wham wo have acces olence and good will to I to Him wo trust It will be our t We thank God for revealing to us Ilie regard Him In a becoming to culii treasures of Ihe soul elevating princi1 vote a high sense of our obligations to Him and Ihe stimulating motives in virtui and to render that prayer and gVal ous which are recorded in this Holy duo to Him and suitable in A We thank bringing in the character of the Son of God to us this boon of Heaven to the wo have the brightest and sublimes exam iroinlses good to our and especially and cause him to feel horcllcf of aufleiing This Iirj hands he is not amongcold a dwellers of Wo shall never bo able to convoy an odoquatb idea of the high es timate which we place upon this sacred Nor can we over forgot that it was by wo man that we were taught imprensivu lesions o and that were first Instilled into our A fond and cherished recollection of the that woman first taught us to reverence the to regard Him as thei Giver of ry good and perfect gift1 to love Him and all becausn Ho lint loved them that she first taught us out of this heaven inspi red to lisp our players and chant our praises Most Hight God and to know hat without His lanolloii and bene diction nnr best concerted Nohumes muit ev er a ohomltvd renirinbinnce of these must always prompt us highly to appreciate the You have been In very flattering allude to the increasing prosperity of our and tooxtund to us your warmest wishes for continuing and re we shall feel uurselves by this very significant token of your respect for as we shall by this distinguished mark of your favor and shall realize lhat we have new Incentives to dili and In the excellent cause which we have And Ifi through our humble eflbrl to extend the blesilngs that are experienced by Ihe individual who abandons a courio of and adopts the high road to respectability and we have been Ihe happy ami honor ed inntrnments of diffusing happiness to any duuieiillo circle in the wo shall ever rejoice at the that through a Gracious our exeriinns have not been in vain we shall ever feel mure than compeiikated for all Ihe sacrifices which wo can and ever boar with patience and unflinching firmness the scorn and contumely of all the hosts of the ene In the vigorous language of Ihe of the would rather have some humble woman come and noa liac pie of pure of a sinless life and of active and assiduous deeds of more and charity so may it ever be our aim I imitate who ever wont about doin lies that we ha by our deportment as Sons o to merit this lovely teithnon a of your tespect and We Irus never to relax our efforts to accomplUh tli glorious objects we have In so Ion there be one devotee at the shrine of unlll Iho floodgates of Intern perauce are until these foun tains of death are sealed and our com Irymen no longer perish by these dcsolatin Blreaiiis of crime and proper and sanctified use shall be made o tho divine tieasure which you have place in our At our meetings it bha be opened and a portion of Its lacied coi tents As we value Us and a wo love and respect Ihe fair and beneficei donors so will we long and carefully nrp nerve it as a sacred remembrance of th kindness and afiVcllon of Ihe ladles of Ed At the close of Ihe presentation ceremo DAVID GILLCSFIC delivered a able and ihteroitiiig address upon Iho rls and progress of our and its adapta lion to achieve the reform that is so loudl called for after which the meeting adjouri Rattani beg through th medium of your invaluable Io not fy Ihe that Iliu Valentino 1ei cer Fresbylerian Minisler will deliver lecture on Education al Belhel school houi HatlRiis ou Saturday the Sltli ins at S The examination of the of whlc I have will lake place In Ihs fore noon of the sama as I that some exertion needed to wake people to order to make the system of Comnio which al piesent Is uo c and anxiously looked The ft ice the oiror ct of Prom what IhMf Teamed by In this and other fthe county of Midi tho people art Itslroui of having per led by suitable laxa eflclency of Iho pro for Common ilntance ivllh the pro or the last four and my warm Sss and progress of a throughout Iho bur common between the symptoms of a common bowel attack and Ihoieof the evil can result from loo much attention 6 Iho uhllo fatal consequences ihay en sue from the neglect bf Iho On the first appearance of tho sytnp as icon as you feel icailness In the bou for medical Delay may be 4i Should there bo Unavoidable delay In blainlng medical you should take the ediclno directed in the Inn following pro rlptlons i The Anli Cholera Take 4 grains of 1 grain of ipecacuanha 1 grain of extract of Make Into two Keep them in Iho Id prevent write on the Anti Cholera Do not give these pills to bul vo In sugar and one drop yincUiro of voplum for each year of their rej undertwelve yearsOf On a the Editor of the DEAK Is a valuable art clipped from Ihe National on Ibe catinent of Iho Asiatic avo given to Ihe through your ox client several important cornmuni aliens on his II Is hoped that this so may find a place In your It otnes from the highest medical authority f called forth by Ihe British Go Doctors confessedly dif er in their modes of treatment iu regard i the subjects of this dreadful but II agree in Ihe nature and necessity of anitory and in the importance calling medical aid In the earliest stages f Ihe I would suggest Ihe proprlo y ofpreserving this article for reference in aso Ihe Cholera should make Its appear nco iu our GIBSOM olhcMilorofUietfationalJlra DEAII It occurred to mo hatyour eaders might attach some importsnco to Ihe uggesUqns which have been made by our Government on the subject of Iho nd in my last communication I promised tat I would cormnunicatolbem to lit olng I beg to observe that thoy ob lously admit of some Improvement Iu Iholr rder and arrangement ni I have een anxious to put them into a shape which vill most promote their I give them o you in what I may presume to regard as n amended Observe Ihefollowingsanilary arrange aenls in your dwelling and its neighbor iood j It should be leineinbered that low and narshy grounds and the neighborhood of ogs and Handing are just the places or Ihe Cholera to visit and remain in for n ong Avoid the neighborhoodof uncovered unless they are carefully and fie uently Let every impurity animal and vege able be quickly removed to a distance from your habitation such ns slaughterhouses ani all other domestic If you can effect lie removal of inol exert yourself at once to do so and if you cannot and you valui your leave their Let every room be dally thrown oper for fresh and avail yourself of the hours of if there bo and n hci he air is most likely to bo Study great cleanness iu every part o he at the same lime avoiding dami Let all Ihe beddlnst and clothing b lally dOrinR Io Iho fire during to tho heal of Iho sun Let crowding of persons within houscj and apartments be Avoid Bleeping in low and damp During the lime of danger and alarm rom Iho presence of Iho let fire be kept up during the iu sleeping am adjoining Do not place inuch relfaiico on wha are termed such as chlo chloride of nitrate of It appears from the evidence taken by Ihe Sanitary thai then however useful in will not a vail in They will serve io con ccal bod hut will not louch lie caiisi Inat produces To me them with con fidcnt hope of Is llko trying to euro a bod stomach by virtue of peppermint Io Attend to your personal a cheoiful frame of mind and go about your usual business with Ih confident expectation if suitable meal are you through Iho Dlvinegoou be saved from the pestilence lha walkelh In Remember lhal th Cholera li not You cannot ex pect bodily health apart from a health frame of Let excessive and exposure I damp and during the nigh be Avoid cold drinks and ecld cs pecially under or when the body Avoid the use of cold acid fiuits an Let ardent spirits bo foi mcnted liquors used only in great modcra This is given on Iho authority nlread noted bul we must by repealing b considered responsible for opposing teelota Let a and tho uieofimpur water in cooking and for bo nvnidei Lei the wearing of wet and insulllcioi clothing be The foot particular should be kept warm and To protect the stomach from wea a broad bolt of which should be fro qucully next Ibe skin and ttrouu tile This haibeen found serviceable In check ing the tendency to bowel s common during Iho prevalence of the Ch Let personal cleanliness bo careful AH Impurities left on Iho ski are absorbed Into where the operale moat On the appearance of Ihe firit syrup torus of Recollect that these symptoms are loose ness of he which may beaccompai led will pain or be entirely free from Th luoseness itself may vary from one a or dail of Ihe natural color and odor al a mo advanced they become rlcecoloret and without the natural Fetal dela has often occurred from the notion that Ch lera mutt be attended with Recollect thai In Ihe earliest iligp rain of calomel but if above that the uanlity must bo Thii Is a very powerful and is ot admit of delay lit the use of effective If these pills should be rejected i Iho you must repeat them un they are In lake the medi ne in tho following om its adaption to tho may bo rmed The AntiCholera Take prepared 1 Aomatic Powderof gum 2 Take a teaspoonful fora In a wine lassfnl of milk and to which add a aspoonful tincture of rhu and ten drops of This ose should bo repeated time the bo ells In the case of the qmntlt should a and the laudanum The patient should lie down in and void exertion as much as Care should be taken Ihe feel by a plentiful supply of warm flan els and by hollies of hot An embrocation of heated spirits of wine lould bo rubbed over tho feet and and rge mustard poultices placed on tho sto iach and There is uo necessity to deny the use ol old for which there will be a violent lirst some recoveries arc said to avo followed simply drinking cold Should tho patient advance to the blue Iho most poweiful means inusl be cm but from they con bo afely used only by n properly qualified me ical The design of those dl etlions is not to inlruit tho life of Iho suf cror In unskillful and they are given n Iho linn conviction if carefully fol they will nssUl to save great nurn crs from the advanced and moio danger us stage of the Tho amendments wclelhotr concurred and i from Iho commltlco dn Ca ttaband Canal reported a bill for dn act to leale Carial lahdsi from tho commltlco oh Banks and back a bill to amend an act to Incorporalb the KIIOK and Liverpool Railroad Com Tho bill vas road a third tlrno and V f i r f from sarno report ed batik ft bill to amend an act to Incorpor ate the CliicajoMarlnc atid Fife Insurance recommended Ui Read a third llmo and from the oammltlce on Sfate reported with an a bill to repeal Ihe lenlh Fcclinn of the act In relation to public Road a third liinoand On motion of he vote upon Iho pasJge of Ihe bill to oxompt holncilcads lion excepting a liomelead worth Lostyeas nays The vote being taken again upon tho pas sago of Iho it was nays OO t J The bill to Increase1 the revenue levying a poll was read the Iblrd Rlvo moved to lay the hole subject upon tho najs Skinner adirressrd Ihe House In op position to Iho and Keating In Its 1 ho vole being taken upon the passage of Ihe nnj s I ho bill was not receiving a consll o licenses utional ma Tho bill in relation t Io he several con lilies in this was al so read the third nays on introduced a bill Io amend tho law In relation to Justices of tho Referred to Ihe Judiciary commit ji rue umcapo uos uml Col Ihe disease It ii often difficult to distinguish and recommended ils ABSTRACT Till i ou iulro a bill to incorporate the Grlggivllle Academy in Pike Refer cd to tho committee on on introduced a billto authorize non resident executors to oonvey oal estate in this Slate a bill In ion to the evidence of tile proceedings ol Referred to tho committee on A from Ihe committee on Judicla reported back a House bill for an aot to nodify Ihe punishment for the ol and recommended Its Tiio bill gave riso to n considerable McRoberls advocalcd tho bill and opposed The question being upon ordering the bill a third was decided in tho ollir nays Hi from tho School reported back a bill to amend Ibe School uw In relation to Ihe School The amendment provides that a portion of Iho School fund shall be appropriated for ho education of children of Tho bill wai advocated by and The question being upon ordering Iho bll o a third was decided Ih Iho nega nays Tho chair laid before the Senate a Com munication rom tho nominating Inspectors of Iho The Senate confirmed the on leave offered n joint re solution relating to tho dike nt Louis which was motion bill in relation Io Ihe limits of Ihe city of Al Ion was taken up and referred Iu Iho Judi clary presented tho rcmonstranc of citizens of Referred to the tami from Ihe committee on h reportedback tho Senate bil for tho impioveinciit of Iho Penitentiary Olid recommended its The bill was read a third tiino and passed Llnder offered a that ou Senators and Representatives in Congress be instructed to use Ilieir best exertions I procure Ihe passage of a law abolishing via very Iu Iho District of Rejected by Brown Harding Kellogg Maxwoll Thomas and NAVS Brid Cochrnn Ed Jen Rlohard Sayre Tackorberry Wil and On motion of Senate bl for an act to amend the several acts in re lalioutothe publjo was taken up Bud nays on Introduced n bil for ou act to amend Ihe law in relation to Chaplain for the Slate Rea twice and icferred to the cumuiitleo ou th from Ihe committee o Banks and irporled back with a bill for an act Io iucnr poialo Ihe Chicago Gas Light and Cok from tho com mittee on reported back n bill concerning the jurisdiction of the Illinois over the Ohio Pass from the same reported back a bill for an sot to incorporate the Gland and Subordinate Lodges of tho in the Stale of On motion of tho bill wai read a third lime and from the committee on Judici reported back a bill to amend Ihe fifty chapter of the Revised Laws of from tho committee on Fi repotted bill concerning tho public Pas nays motion ol Mr a bill con ornlng the public The Senate concur with the louse in their amendments from the commltlco on icporlcd back a House bill o inrtarporato the Grand and Subordinate Divisions of the of Temperance li hit from tho committee on Ag reported back a bill for Ihe im irovcuieut of and Io cncourago Iliel nays from Iho commltteo on Ju reported it bill to inaiutaii rublio and to encourage am recommended its Bill lejectci nays Sjnn ii in notion of the vole re ecliiig the for tho improvement o and to encourage their wa and the bill was referred to lie coinmillco on from the commilleool reported back a bill to hi carpomjo Iho several Blasouic Lodges there n Tho Chair then laid before the Senate communioatipn from llio lating directors for tho Deaf and Dumb A lyluin at Jacksonville norninationi by a communication relating totho re movnl of Engineer of tbo Illinois and Marklay moved to lay the cbinmunl lalion upon tho Iho af nays from thecomtnitlee on Fi repotted back a bill to Increase the Stale Library al from the repotted back a Ilouso bil establish introduced a res olutleii relating to the dlko at Referred Ib the committee on from a reported back o preserve Iho Slat with asubslilutejwhich was concur cd in and Rounlfco inlroduecd a bill to provid fur Ihe solo of tho Revised Statutes an a liiid from Ibe committee on JL reported back a Ilouso bill to iucor poiuie the Louis and Illinois Wire Sus pension Bridge with amend On motion of Iho bill wa read aiid nay from Iho committee nti FI reported a bill for an act regiilalin Iho pay of liiigiulo Read line linios uud The bill coucernlng the public dcbti an Ihe bill to authorize to obtain llcen ses were severally read the thlid liuiu an Osborn introduced a bill o regulat Ihe collection of Ihe road Referred I tho committee on Judd inlinduced a bill Io fncorporat the Chicago Canal Referred I the coinmillco on Udam introduced a bill tu enable per sons who nay be securities for Iho goo conduct of negroes or tu releat themselves Irum fuch The bill to piuhlbit Iho immigration colom persons Into the was read th third Gcarmnvcd Io lay the bill on the la Decided in the 11 nays Tho main question Tho question being lakuu ou tho passng of Iho hill was decided iu the yeas nayi Roddick moved Io amend Iho litlo as In crusade by a Christian Stat agnhiit un iutn dnccd a bill fur an act to amend an act reg ulaling ueighti and Refctn to the committee on on iulioduced a b for an act to facilitate the proving of jrd inenls ofJustices of Read referred to thc Jit diciary commltleeJ f a i the oommllleoon Crf nal and Canal biclcJolho Ilouso tho reports of tho Canal accompanied by a twenty five hundred copiei of Ihoisamo bo printed for tho Oanaj arid Iho members of 1hlsGeneral Tho resolution Was tlA Cochran frcia the commilleo onffn rnal reported barkMo Iho ouse abill foVau act to Incorporate rthb uion Turnpike and iccommert d Its is v v Read a third time and from the Judiciary cornmlt with bill for an it to change Ihe limits of Iho city of Al it Read a third tllno ond On motion of thobill for an cl totnuthorize Iho trustees of tutlolteit i Maxwell prosonteothopelillon of even hundred citizens of fur lib assago of a general Banking Refer cd to Iho commltlco ob Banks and Corpo i v j1 from the Penitentiary com with a II for an act to provide a Chaplain for Iho and recommended its Read a third time and On motion of tho rnossngo om the announcing that they had fused to tho House in its n cndmeirts to Iho bill to amend Ihe several cts In relation to Iho public Was ken up ti LvV i P The Houso reooded from Hi On motion of tho Ilouso ro tlved itself Into commitleo of the pon the bill In relation to feos and salaries Keating in the After some ttuioispent In theioonsideta on of tho without havfngiinado much the commilleo rose and reported IB same back to the i ilit On motion of tho substitute cpnrled by the Judiciary commillco was id upon Iho k Tho Senate bill for an act In relation to ecs and was taken A long and animated debate in 10 course of which sundry amendments ere made Io Iho bill but It was not Anally cled v Tho following bills woro severally read viz T ff A bill Tor an act to Ihe con rucUou of Plank Roads by general A bill for nn act for tho incorporntinn of loards of Trade and Chambers of Com i A bill for an actlo amend orato the city j A bill for an art conccrninginills and nllf i from a select coin reported back a lotiaoblll to amend ho corporation of lha nd Liverpool Railroad Senate bills rcadingr f A bill taxingiiicorparato companies pnd mproiemcnls on public A bill to amend Iho incorpoiatloivof tho Alton Marino and Tiro Insurance Abill o incorporato andjll noUlown Railroad Ilouto billsr A an act to modify tho punishment of crime by by oppood by iio and and naj nays bill amendatory to Iho bill to incorporato llio Chicago South western Plnnlc Road PasacdM bill to incorporate tho Qulncy Mutual and Insurance u A bill for an act to amend an act entitled A bill to provide for impioi cments on the Tho amcndineul made by ho House were all concurred on Icai reported back a Houso to incorporate tho Illinois Coal Compa On motion of the bill was read a third tiino and naj 6n iulrodnccd bjll n relation to Iho lUferrcd to a joint select on introduced a bill o Iho Mulifiil 1iio Insurance Refericd to Iho On motion of a House bill to amend Iho incorporation of tho clly cfAItou was taken up and from a ntltct reported back a bill to amend the in corporation of tho Great Wcttiru Railway Tho bill was advocated by Tlcho anil Judd and Plato opposed Tho question being lakun on of the was decided In the alltimattvo yeas nays On of a bill to tho incorporation of the Cluir Railroad taken up und On motion of n bill In Incor lionito the Pciriin and Railroad Company wai taken up and from tho committee on In ropnried bill u uicorporatu Ilic Nuilliein Cross fioiri Judiciary wjlh a bjll for an net to authorize Iho rcsignation certain Read a llilr J vjud from the coinrnillro on Banks and rfpniled baek a bill for an act to PcoiiaMaiiuracluiIng limn the iciriiilllre opliib Ic Accounts and repniled a bill for an act to authoiizo Iho Auilllor io urnlh tho fimal counlicj in this Stnlo iiilh lax 1I from the ramo liortcd a bill foi an act Io proxnlo fortho or dinary and contingent expenses of the Go Iho licit General from the julul select commlt teo Iu which had been lefcncd the Govpr nord iitLskaqo in relalian ta thu cnnhuyer sy with ronrcuimp the cbnttiuc linn tf a dike jn Iho silo that nporUla itjtiid uf in as Tho prearublo osseits that the LcpHa tirowishes tu interpose no i Ijrclipn to lha iuiproieincnt of the Lnulj vhlrd it works no lnjnr to Ihi1 Hiain uil of the til   

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