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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 19, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                13 PpUUSIIED EVERY AT ALTON BY JQHN oo oo DO A liberal deduction made to yearly IIBMITTAHCES by malt may bo made at ho risk or ttio romcrof TaMami rlilMrliiliJo at afferent in Now JMIlnioro and lullioriirs to receive AdvcrtiiemcnlsHntontlcd tor Insertion ill thii palcri and also to act aa oup general Agent In rum nutter coimoclOl willi our Nijhtdjrkcr Europe fallsp Ttio panting millions strive no morot Cossack ravelsIn her AndquBlli tlio stained witti The gatholIngBtoims of alillortng years f In onoffafitt tliunucrpcal dctialtj V dicapcr gathers s the Independent Hie volco is gonej Tho bones that ninvcd are bonos again Tho murderous yoll is pawanl And famine stalks oer Holds of Willie in ho itUBl the hopeless And Virtue bleeds in Wars The dead upon their banners Anil smiles of glory HBlUeacli Old crumbling thrnnos arise Wllh deeper woes and iloailuVr hatet The Iron hand makes baro the Ami bids ho dungorms hinges Free thouglilt now Tester In tho And generous souls forget to give palsied hosts to fato Kill tlio red robbers hand to Oil Goill when will the people rise walk elect in proud WWIocnliti lijlls lie And lutes disunions lurid lire When piincoly word shall weigh no moro Thau plebian though homely And mind shall with the eagle And matter kennel withlhe dead YOUNG BY ciiAitLLj OHAlTKR There is a thingtlierois ti I falll KTHiM have from Ihcc I fain would liavo that rjay gtiltl ilng THE SLEUTH Tho period of our revolutionary hislory immediately succeeding tho dofeal of Is still rrrncnibeied in the Carolinas with Tho elated ivilh their success reeaiding the South as now their proceeded in the work of confis caliim anil massacre with pitiless In that horrible crisis many n family was de prived of head cither by exile or execu Yrl larser numbers were of tneirprnnoiy ami reduced to comparative Tn a horror reignod par But tho common evenli of life went The transactions of the slrncnl for tho tolls oflhe husbandman an fears followed each other down deep current of almost wholly nnaf fecteil by the storm of war which agtlateil tho It is an error to suppose thai great couvulsions great order ol Men will siill though Iho en lire nation bo tinned into a en up willstiive for the dross of enitlij will if young and risk their heatlj happiness in It was toward the cloe of a winter even that a youth of noble mien and hand some face stood at the foot uf one of thosi long avenues of which in South Caro lina lead up from the road In Iho mansions of wealthier For nearly half an hour he had been as if awaiting the approach of some olio from he house1 now looking anxiously up Ike now ly walking to and fro During that Interval but one person had walked a loni the and the notice of Ihis oni tho youth had skillfully avoided by conceal Ing himself behind lome ditaif trees within ihe plantation This as well as his whole showed that ho was a wailing sumo secret just when Ihe dusk began to deep en into Ihe flutter of a while dross was sern coming duwu the A mi nute and a beautiful giilof scveutcei head and brushing tho tears from she cilmson blushes oversptead her And all his U I could not see you leave me n r Ood lless you for these kind sale Uut before we one more Ihat miniature lhat hangs around your neckis il loo inuch to ask for It Sho hesitated Ilien as steps were heard In the suddenly uavint to lie drew a heavy ring from his and tendering it in Take and lei us be true jo each oili help us And with tills parting he sprang over Defence lo conceal himself be hind the while hastening tip the was loon lost lo sight In Iho obscurity of that Tile wind sighed mournfully through Iho pine woods as Ihis betrothal was consum and the overhead looked down with its weird and melancholy CHApTtn Hesnl you the din or balllc lanco to and horso to It Is well known lhat after Ihedefeat of Congreis hastened lo supersede lhat and appointed Greene to succeed Allhe period of the incidents narrat ed in the last tho new Commander inChief had arrived in Ihe and was organizing hli His very first proceeding showed Ihe re ourcpfl of an in milita ry was second only lo lhat of Ihe father ofhis Awaie that the in itiatnry step towards redeeming tho South waslo arouso the confidence of ils ho determined lo ho moved vilh one coition down Iho he dispatched with Ihe west of Ihe In order lo encourage tho inhabitants in thai quar Morgans corps was accompanied by Captain Washingtons light of which our hero had already become a con spicuous This division of his in Ihe face of an active would have been n capital er but for the political advantages it offer and which overbalanced the military then u command of the royal determined lo frustrate the sue cosa of this plan by cutting off Morgans and accordingly ordered Tarleton his renowned and a competent fuico of Infantry o give pur It was on Iho Mill of a day ever lo be remembered in the annals of our lhat the heroic Morgan learn ed the danger In which he He de termined immediately In give For this purpose hn halted al a called Ihe and having dra n n up his though not without the appearance of the The attack of as was im for a Ihe American militia were driven helplessly before bul soon they under cover of a few continentals belonging to Mnrgaus com in forced Ihe British to give These brave loldlers of Ihe led by their now charged willi the when the rout of Ihe royal infan try became M Ith his hnd been wailing impatiently a chance to participate in the fight but having been stationed as a partial Iho order for him to engage did not for some time His tronps shared his Composed chielly of young mounted cm thorough bred animals they presented a formidable appear as they slnod awaiting Ihe order to the horses champing at tho and Ihe riders netvouslyfingering their swords they saw the onset of the the flight of Ihe first line and the panic thai be close at Washington resolutely ad vanced lo meet the delrrmiiicd to his prisoner before he could reach Ihe the two dragoons dashed at Ihe one on the the oili er on the He only ihe first of and accotdingly turning on clove him down with a single blow of his then rushed al Tarloton But other dtagoon was ad and close after his allhhrlnslanl wheel ed round Ihe corner of the Al n sill lie he look Ihe whole Al lett saw thai before ho could come Washington Mould be slain unless firearms were In tills emergency he did not hesitate to disobey the orders of his lea Jerking a pistol from liis ho aimed full al the just as the sabre of Ihe was sweeping down on Wash nglona The man lumbled headlong rromi Ills sword burying itself In he Ha who Is lhal1 said i Jem y astonished lo find his orders hal he a movement which Tarlelon nnk advantage of lo make good his Albertlyoul There was no other answered our and pointed lo the dead ave your Ills sabre was within six nchesof your head when I It could not be I whonow contpro lender the and SHW thai he owed his ife to Ihe quickness of thought of his young you jourself are As he he saw Ihe blood issuing rrom the sleevo of and Immediaely iflerwarrl the young soldier and fell senseless lo the Two pistol shots had been discharged rom Ihe Wahiuglnn recollected mmedialrly after Albeit had Onex aminaiinn one ball found In Ihe arm of our the other had perforated Ihe coal mmediately over the He is cried tho leader lhat so cnnd shot has touched a vital He tore away the garment as ho ml iilleied a cry of when he exposed he fur tight over the hearl lay a miniature nhich had slopped Iho Washington looker at the picture and uttered 1 have heard of Ihisand now I will see if I cannot serve my young friend a ood ciiArTcn Mirry nevci for nor ninrry tor Nor marry fur nothing but only tor When our after a long interval of opened his he found to his in alaige and ele anlly luruislied entirely to He pulled aside Ihe curtains uf bed wllh his uninjured and An aged female set vant sal watching What nmssa wain1 she Mow did 1 gel herehe Captain Washington ueself left you alter do gicat Desur geon staled to dress ynur and den fol luw arler de who had licked do rei dey all lo 1 Ihe army has pur sued Its march lo the It and you be lo stay here till you and my absence has doubtless been noticed At last Ihe confusion became so great a oefure Ibisj what we haio to round them Iliat troupj so if imisl oe said at oncej why have you sought less would have taken to Iguominoiis ought ho ilill down upon them fiom all almost com mit ng her despairing of pelling them lo bteak Iheir or see laiuing your I have volunteered in the fugitive perish under the hoofs of Ihelr this interview hi Washingtons cavalry morrow set Perhaps you will never me I could nut leave the neigh borhood without seeing you once and bidding you an eternal farewell and as your lathers orders had banished tno from Iho there was no method of giving you adieu except by soliciting an J he leais hud started from the eyes of Ws listener but lurried away her head lo conceal ihem and for some lime neither doar said the young no will you not now in Ihii solemn say you love me I once ynnr father has for fliilden niB Iho ynu havo been less iliiil and I fear hat I Imvo lust your heail you have ceased to care for flow i a tit His listener suddenly dirned her face full Wpon with a look of tearful reiroach out his yollt for that ha 1 hough my fatheiN estate is and he and I both It U not on that account that you have neemed KO cold to me Say that uave been mistaken in thinking you al al ight less would have to ignornlnoiiL flight for the defeated militia vvcro pom ing il Aiinther nnk oqnally answer l11 luaicrdnl nut Uhl he whur 1 am far my cnuntija what oln u tu know lhat you some Huiei think of me and that if I shoulti you would filled a tear fur al lliene wept tnd when her Bgiluliuu had somewhat pass ynu have thun lhat I do love At Ihene ihe young man clapped her dienRigel but while my falhtr opposes your 1 oan never be The conicimiB nf hJ made me tdleet which my anil the oops thai you wonM think of out more worthy Of youbulbjitV ihe qultkly ft WOIj jf jt But now Washington seemed lo rouse from his Ordering his mei first lo allow Ihe flying military lo gain Ihel he Ihen directed his quick showing lhal Hie moment far nclion had to closo up and prepare for a As he spoke he pointed with his sword and our hero beheld the renownet regiment of Tarleton coming down upon them at full amid a cloud of dust driving before them a mass of dismayed fu The keen eye of Washington for an he distance be tween and then said I want no firearms used my Slick to the cold And fur GUI and your Away went the like a thunderbolt suddenly loosed from a with every scabbard every steed snarling will and the solid earth shaking un der In full cateer they burst upni Ihe flank uf Ihe who dlsordeicd by his could make but a feeble rel Horse and lider went down before the impetuous charge of I lie whi for a while fairly rode down their llu British valor soon proved Iou weak for Ihe combined patriotism and coinage of inglous cavalry and Iho royal troops turn ing look to Ignominious flight cried waving his sword lo his men lo remember Ih cruellies of these Revenge fo your slaughtered counlrymbii At the his thus reminded o Ihe butchery of Ihe and of ulhei atrocities perpetrated under the eye of Taile spurted afresh and dashed on in nor A complete panic hod now lakei possession of Ihe royal who hur ried on al full each man thinking only of Close on Ihelr heels fol lowed Ihe indignant culling down mercilessly every red coat Ihey over until the road was slewed uiih Ihe Foremost in the rode Wash a precedence he owed not only to bis superior bul lo his eagerness lo MfjXf uuiM imva killed afier 1 gave It I hid done knowing that my parenis would not of the but when I heard lhal it had vod your I It Iho hand of Prov for II not lfh preserved mo from bul was thifmeans of interesting Washington In our and bus bring ing about this happy said aflera We have no mort lo On recover ing from his our hero rej lined his with which he continued mull Ihe ex pulsion of the Urillsh from Ihe After thai happy erenl he was mauled lo and with her jpent a long hfo of fo i Their deicendahfttMIII preservehe bat in CiVon rims One or THE Is a good Uractlcal printer by the name of James Ev ans who lives al who edu caled himself al distinguished Literary In litullou In New Hampshire i a practical armer has taught schools of various grades n New England traveled through most of he Stales oflhe Union loughl a High School In Ohio a Seminary In Kentucky andAcademyIn Illinois and one in Mis ouri been Superintending of Common Schools and School Examiner a President of a College of and of a Literary who once offered a piize of for Ihe best melhod of leaching the branch es usually taught in a High and or Ihose laugh in common Schools who had acted In Ihe capacity of Editor of thrco lifierent and more or less in he capacity of County and mer wholesale and Postmaster at hree different places who Is a practical Siir also a regu ar member of Ihe and Notary and who works al Iho printing bus ness more or less every Me Is about I years of and in easy lis father died very ho was and hij mother supported the family everal years by hard lie has made limsclf what he An education is a young nans capilal fora well Intelli gent mind has Ihe best assurance nf future competency and A fathers best m to his Is a good f you leave them you may assure heir ruin and al the best you only leave hem that which al any moment may be If you leave hem wllh a cultivated trained to objects of love and ex n mind vigorous and tiJinfj happiness pure and elevated in the mrsiills of you elTect an Insn auce an their after happiness and useful Unless you bring up IheyWnjj mfiid n this any claim for its possessor Independence Your children must be or they will not desire They mull be Intelligent lo have intelligent as they must have fiabits of industry and sobriety to make Ihe mpany oflhe Industrious and sober agree It is in your power to bestow this this and these golden Present them a good model in your own and give them every opportunity to cultivate ihe hearl and Ibe Spare nnt expense on your and put into their hands every thing that may encoutage or assist them in their mental or moral improve But where am I The old negro wuman smiled till ihe showed all her not uiaasp1 I do Ynu forget me irmssa Mi ana Bllenx uiarui Good Guilt1 cried our scarcely bo lieving his and vcruliutziug her can it you indued And hit id Thorndikurt He had slartei rip jn wai now confronted by Ihe figure ol Ihe owner of thu mansion and who entered at thu opposite door but unload of wearing the angry air which Albert had lutl seen upon s mi lei kindly upon I pairing aloni tiie seating on ttio UecMcle and taking thu hand of the wounded hearing yuur learned for Ihu lime that you were made bold lo enter lu assure yuu of a When we last ho noticing our heros of Ml wan wilh ill feeling on both Lei alt lhat bu Whatever 1 may I now ire In saving llio hie of Captain whoia my you have laid me under and at his reijuent 1 have coiuented to over look and give you my I only make n single which Is that you will nut ask her hand until Ihis war it be lowering cannot be now that things be giri lo go so Our hero wuIJ the character ol who was noted for his put dent adherence to which ever nide up and attributed Ihis midden change not only to Captain Inteices but lUuiu part to Ihe project there now was of the iriumph of the colouia in which cane Ihe con ti scaled tatea oflhe elder Scott would be rexlor He kept this tu and cxptemed hii for But I shall owo you even he ad For the happiueai will which your promise hau filled and I cheerfully ac cept your lot me rlie and pay my to Iho lady in person I am MHO I aui welt Our wai compelled to keep hid bed two entire ilaynu convenience of tile a period which leemed lo him an We rhall notatlemptlo describe Ihe meat ing wilh Let tu pass over the first few minutes of thU interview I have bul uue thing tu he at in a low for ami Thorndike was at Ihe other end of the a and that it ihe loit of your mill I hail it aruuml my neck vthen 1 went Into bul have not seen it Ellen smiled archly and drew it from her dill K reach your posneision he in taking il in JDj A Connecticut Ihe mother of a arge was one day asked the num ber ofher Li mrl she rocking lo and gol mostly boys ana why do you whip our children in often I do It for their en Ighlcnmcnljl never whipped one of them n my lhal they did not acknowledge I made them A young when recommended tri onI erclse frir her she would jump in offerand run her own TO TREAT DOG When any ono is bitten by a Mid Ileslionably lake a carving fork and ireak olTono and heal the other in no holiest part of a common fire apply Ihis horoughly to Ihe whole of Ihe so at to If stroy Ihe surrounding If a surgeon be within half an lieastring lightly Immediately above Iho part and use all possible dispalch lo secute his c Amtrlcm abl TO TREAT CASES OF Strip off Ihe wel cover Ihe body wllh ulher to maintain he then wrap up in blankets and give warmth by bottles filed with hot placed in con tact with all paiti of the body let severa assiilanls tub the body wllh Ihelr hands clear mucus from the hold the and then suck out foul air with a anil blow In fresh air In Iho same For eign bodies are apt to stick In the and cause Pass your finger Im mediately down ihe throat as far as and you may often remove When a flll bone has stuck in your chew rapidly some bread into a and swal low it and II will often relieve the The pulse may be best felt an Inch above Ihe roul of the and about hal an Inch fiom Ihe ouler side of the Where there is any apply your ear over Ihe left side of the as the action of Iho heart may sometimes be even when Ihe pulse can be scarcely In Ihe event of the clutlies catching roll Ihe person in a carpet or health rug as quickly as lo otjfle the leaving onlj Ihe head uut fur Amer RAISING FKUI I IN In the intensely cold cllmale of Peters where nearly all our common frui trees perish under ordinary citcumslances fine crops of and cherriei have been by training Ihe branch cs on a trellis only about a loot from Hn heavy snows enliiely covet them and completely protect Large crops of apples have thus been obtained fu sucoesfcive oven after winters whlcl have destroyed other trees when double The Green Gage and Orleans plum have ripened before mid Morello cherries have borne good When the fruit it does not bruise In Here is certainly a hint lo all our frit Would it not apply to the so that it might be raised in the northern parts of our where this delicious fiult is FEMALE in a young female is the flower of a tender which is Hie promise of an excellent To de struy is to destroy Iho fruitful germ of a thousand lo destroy the bright hope of to cumin an outrage against na Tho air of Iho world a burning breath lhal every day blasts this tiieclous of cliootiua rna ma Till ct tur roa foi K as All i merican machinery for London Is n Iho course of construction at lo 10 used In Ihe manufacture of India rub CURE FOR A work has recently been published in by an eminent in which he lescribes a new remedy for Ho uses a mixture of Ice and in the nronor ion of 1 to as a cold and Ihis ie by means of a little nurse of silk with a rim of gntta limit ed spots on Iho forehead or other pails of he scalp where rheumatic headache is il Rives Instantaneous The skin Is Hibjectcd lo Ihe process for from half a min lie to one and a half and is render ed hard and II is good In erysipelas ind dlscaicsof Iho Amer TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF At tho time of lie adjournment of the late session of the General tho pro eel was set on foot lo bring about an extra session of thai body If u had Is failure conlil not luve been ascribed lo Ihe inaction of those who participated in tlio Their labors have been unlir Wllh a which considerationsdl personal lo might alone JC deemed sufiicent to the pilncl inl movers In Ihis matter have not scrupled to resort to every means supposed lo be a vailable for llieir Under foreign nil icnccs put in operation ngnlnst vitally Important to Ihe future ivcilih and power of Iho combined with the tillud and cnnltacled selfishness of a few of Its Influential who regardless of Iho future In view or lo sacrifice forever the public good lo their base desire of present a Convention of some of the citizens of thnse counties Ilirough which Railroads lo the city of Louis arc lo wilh greal parade been gut up at Thin and other gome of which perhaps un known to Hie has been successful In obtaining the extra by a 10 loudly and iiiiioiupulniisly The pioceeilinps of ihnl Convention have been published and among ihem Is an prepared by one uf 111 most prnmlneut oo This Address complains of the refu sal uf Ihe Legislatiiro lo pass two acts nf Incorporation fur Iho construction of Kail roads across the Slate lo from Vinccnnes Ihe other fnim Terre In Ihe Stale of denoun ces that body aln fur its os is lo comply with what Is alledged lo be a re quisition of Ihe pan a ueral Incorporation This deuuiicia it noiild tint have been If the two special acts of incor poration asked had been TliU conduct of our lawmakers might Imve been had only an injury to the Sltltf been perpetrated but ll is charged lo be dlscoiiilenus to our sister uf and un lhal is dwell on peculiar mid not In be These tilings beiup we were arro gantly Hint tho Governor should issue his as speedily as millit lu re assemble thai derelict and oUendlnc body no matter at what expense lo Ihe Slalejjiudso pressing was Iho the cnse would admit of no delay much less of a this mandate Iho Go flowe HINT TO lady named Mary Ann Aldridge lud occasion lo send a note lo a and put two rs in her name In Ihe thus Marry Ann The man was a and accepted Iho proposal at one who pretends lo the pepper of mattimony Iho dies are Ihe it is is oeilainly cured in Us early by taking a leaspoonful of ne what mrans this to much wheat uiUed with a wineglass of like Iho uiaikofabslli 1 Und vernor has yielded and issued the order tetjuired at his The foregoing are Iho reasons urged In that why a special session should bo nuripixcd by the acton in the lupnssest wete also brought lo Ihe Executive eai that ailsing nut of Iho declared vacancy in our representation in the On as well as Iho reasons set foilh In Ihe wo would offei Rnine considera with the view of showing lo Hie satis faction of their utter usiucirncy tify Iho which lias been as also Iho Impolicy of taking such aa lion as Is by Louis and her advocates de In proceeding loconslilor Hie Salem Ad dress and its we cannot retrain from that the lu awak en among us sectional and ere nlu Incal and cannot be mid we meet Ihe indignant lebuko which it On ils Iho Address profescs lo be made by Mho whole liilhu pen pie of Illinnls but it was evidently design ed for the ear uf the and to In duce as he has lo convene Hie General On ils labored argu itioiit lo prove what nnbndy util ity of and its slalelncnt of Hie success and profits of those comments ore Though true In it was useless for the That por linn of the document which more immedi ately concerns the Stale and alien we regret lo is a vvielched pound of mis statements and distortions uf perversion and ol false assumptions and unfair rea Disingenuous and calculated pro bably intended by the lu Its arrogance is equaled only by Its and its contracted only by ils total nod palpable indifference In ihe general Its errors and inconsistencies are so so blended wllh what is in some sense that lie proscribed limits nf this appeal will rmt admit of a particular exposure uf them The utmost we can this Is to nutlcoafewofthe many eriors there One promiuent errorf upon which reiti act of as she is now lo Ihe dopilon of the suicidal him t Ihe foundation uf tho allodged to have been Ii the false thai the citizens ofa few cminllea between Louis and Ihe abso lule and unqualified right to wherev er they Ihe proposed Railroad lo con neol the Aljanlic seaboard with Iho Missis vmual inlerest In be piomotlrl slppl regardless of the consequence a win of an location to the by i Cl Ifl5 were we per milled iloT be govl emed In a matter so momentous lo Ihe pub hedirett accommodation and Indli viduaLlnleresl lo be jviurma projected be by Invocation of lies meaning the routes advocated propped Railroads acrou the M to repose upon the natural and not lo terminate at Louis and whaler is wo irresistible claim fora charer route may be adopted constitutional right suit from inoreased faclllllei il every citizen of Illinois la the ur vllenn ulit Bhl suit from inoreased faclllllei ivery citizen of I linois lo the privilege be realised by n and making own road Iho Ana rouirTi and positively affirmed lo Ihe contrary It arer audev I projected ami a na from the motiih of the Ohio onstilulional richl to make a Iv so irrpal nwn of lo I i 8 C 1 is it Ihe application at Ils Iwolast ses foril destroy by one improvident ll10 luheillanco of Ihe b 1 u ti f by JT beyond the hose of all stales and places the of ihe In the Legislature re drcss Bul niilm nf i t once and to manacle III ener manifestly of or any number cf however uol high In set up claims so great and so iro nilillinru a pecta and most important ioteeaU of th sogreai aim so 01 i not only Ihe Governor placed as the chief sen i hut in their uubounduel to guard her Jed award to the people of other biousht to look upon ihla Iwtcetrepeate Sl creatlngan o Biithtmzt ilicreaiicmbling of thai i i sma luu Olt JUUUII HUVOOBICfl through any paillcular county or claim Ihe light lo Is deemed their confers on Hie citizens no addllloual mrsl if not last u f fib I AdceP 1hese advocates U would seem havo her lishand open public over Ihelr ch was likewise refused and it as proclaimed by that city and her Illinois mn rights lolhe navl crying sin against light aim oe gallon of Ihe Lakes and tho Mississippi ri ceney and nalutel The like of which never been heard since Ihe daik ege Iho rights of Iho ma he termed The Slate might as well refuse lo permit rights nl Ihe But Iho right lo rslab Louis mid Indiana lo make all Ihe roads of lish and locale Rallrunds In and lhroiifh a Ihe al Ihtir own and locale Stale Is enliiely a different is eminently a liglil of Stale and has ever been so This power In Itsm unu uuerHiny 01 me age in wntcn the several Slates of ihe American Union Is we Hvel ll could not lhal Ibe Oorer delegalcd lo the General Assembly or Legls nor would not consider the occasion extra in Ils exercise acts for Ils en tire constituency and not for a pan only and im HI iiitir own ana locale nil lermlnate them when and where Ihe deaseill Such diieourtesy was unworthy Ihe light and liberality of the age in which The combined Influences of Lnuii and mviMiira nrr iravil II CO It fix Uie pnfnft of Irnclu and biiflinesx i iKMiiia in uftdu ana oilsmess and their if not already soon emu ma me counuei oi rifl Montgomery and Mtdi not to go to Louis but this defeat U not extraordmarjl It ii only a wanU nf Ihe at home ami and not All but sho tiling being under our II will then be on Mich in if and terminate al Mich point or on tho bank of I lie as our In Its Minll direct nud we mt mrwuy tmiugonisiio 10 iooo hl our Slate sho Is and may be e Ihis Railroad c e t xng s pont or points of ItriniuMion fiom the city of Jfitfi at a day earlier than the public exigcncloji could bo done only cou bo one only by thuauuraiine that termination aliall be fiom Ilial and al a point a Rood lamliiiR place fo become daces of coiiirnvreial Importance n nui uMraoroiiiarji 1111 oniy ft and Such results wo hare itivaria mailer of ami neither Louis nor bly Keen 1iom MIC the Salem Gonveutlan raises any outcry a One main connecting tho At boul That ctly and her devotees among lanlic with ihe Ihrough were only they ever Suulhern with to feverol that no Railroad ihall crons our will aoun be constructed BO soon at it come directly o We disclaim all ul hostility to that LMH m not of She belongs not to our they now Illinois can never derive l on ouch power or revenue from the wealth Her fit res Her in peel tu Ihe loratinti and termination of are directly antagonistic lo of has feel 111 inn inni mere will uo no postponement of the making of pecteilto her na ftU SlatM for benefit of T I of the direction and na all Si dat for the benefit of control of the ft fixing Ha point or regattttcat nf conieqttencei to olh v feel bul too i em I bly every day her power and our Her Mrung in Ihe vigor which money and mind are circulated andread among us more generally than our Their deservedly has been lo pet up an extrardinary occa sion for Ihe Governor to reassemble the UBHIIBS R gnati lanuing place lor Ihe owners of the Mock In Iho Rnad nvn me uovernor to rcassemuie mo can obtain real estate at inudeiale lo act on what it has already by ils mnke up what may acltd at Ihe great expense and not for at be just on their Iho of but to subserve thr i T Such iloubly favored by inch term A characteristic feature of lie Salem Ad tho alraiitageK rf litf river oiiirr n mm a j mie ior cni not iiiftriur to any in tlio Interior oflhe u IBUU mand and an inverse one to Ihe r thin of all the writers on that sci exil In Southeni lllinoln an with Ihe Rid n F i id od by the judicious cxe else of the power to the terminAlinn of tho crent Railroad from of dlf covered and rortecred the mil e Into which the others hat ot tho order of nature Is to be re   

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