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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 16, 1849, Alton, Illinois rfVEHY AT ALTON JOHN BAILTf ACHE i ror one square or 1 00 Fop each continuance 60 A Ifisral iloducUon miilo la yonrly V HrniTT by mill liny bo raaao tit risk of int V PALMER ctirner at Thlrdonil sis i Phlliihlplito I anil at Ms ittllercnt In Baltimore an I In antlloriics la receive Ailvorllicmcnts inlcnilcil for inncrllan it thlf PMeri n1 to acl as our ABCiiUn miller connocte J will our F We are Indebted lo Ihe number of lho Cirrolllon he rollovthg abstract of the amount of personal in Greene county tor the 3 enr Stale meats of this hliirjare not only as ihowing Ihe prejcnl ostitnnlod value of lho property u Ihe county to which It but as a means of comparison oilier and of referencij for the We shkllbe obliged to tho Assessors of the dilTaont counties In ourpaper clrcu and especially Ma anil II hey the completion of their la bors for the transmit to us aim liar abitracls of the assessments in their respective for publication In the if real Number of Horses and over oim yenr Number of Cattlo over one year Number of Hogs t Wumber of 1 Numtcr of Money on interest ami RAILROAD Tho following extract from a coinmunl eatlon published In a recent number of the Willoual wiff bo peruicii withpleasure by the filt tula of n judicious system of Kail load policy in It was written in Clarke on lie lino ofi ilio grea Cumbrrland Rnad nml en lightened and persons at a dis Unee thought of thoi merits of die import int matter in controversy this SliteaniJ the city before llr ictlonof our he anbjec could be We havo muloubt uow that Ihe fjiteation ot hstio has been finally determined tho proper tha theie will bo an universal acquiescence ii Ihe decision nnd that tndiaiia nnd Ohio wll 10 direct lho routes of tlielr Uall toads ai are designed to constitnltjlinks li tba great chain communication uetweei the Atlantic aud as to unite wllh the Altonand SanBainnii untie bis obvjoufily do tho general terminus for Ihe whole The great project of n Railroad from St Louli lo in regau to which s much bai been ii it llow length Su many hindrance lie in the way of its it may neve be carried through in thu shape in which th enterprise was first Lou iptne appropriiilud half u mi lion of nml the Legislature of Ohf authorized ho City Council uf Cincinnati I lubicribe one upon certain cnnd One of only been consent ofthe voters which was gi en by a largo ttlx inn men ayes lo one in tlvo T other he right of wa nefiifed lo the Mlmisslppl the cilion of on a suitable uifiey of a route through the southern pa of Indiana mul Illinois mndo last wl let by Professor o si i inn I the expense at five millions of T li believed by many to bu much too low Wnren Ad McKttitlree Cum t Upper vWonMelhmlNt n L C Wm DaplUt Atlipl Kuoit Da till John Rodney Tow MelhortUt KpincOpnl Deal AretbatlfM Epttcopal Church rnnbylorUn ohn llmoihy Bunker Congregational Church Eil ard Flan Congrcgallotial Jerteyv Congregational Methodist Eiilseopal He n From the Snlibath Convention of South Joseph On proceeding to the election of ofilcers r the enaultig nix Uev Anict was chosen President Warren Imolhy ir and VicePresidents So Tho Conveiitlon then Ijourned with lo 9 tonior DW Saturday The Convention was opened with and prayer by The minutes of the Spring meeting were On a committee to arrange ho pu ic lo be had riming the nitllngar iQ wat coiisitiug Lip and from cnmmltteo prevl usfy appolnfrd to prepare repor t The Convention and was ouened with singing and Tho eighth reported by he Bu Mneis wa then up mid fully nttd a bfi p the Thai Tor femcnimcnt or for rulers to countenance or ad In tllctctn In abandon their truo and lu coun teract an ImiHijIaiil of licit Tho ninth resolution rppnrted by be examined at lorablo RIH finally Tito tenth rf of the much rarhrst Hitcimjnn and norno was adopted as being Ihe eighth riiat corporata have no more right tcnlwciiiste the Salilmtli limn vatc Indtvidunlii and that every ns n member of lurh nnd thoiigh octins in n public or rnrtnr ato cairaclljvii laeredty boimil herein lo otiicivfl tho ilajj if dm cbluritny will do umat leuvo it or assume tlio guilt The twelfth resolution of tho commillee was then taken up and is the ninth of this ncrici That tho frtcnda nf tho Sabhalhj tirofcsicd niintslcrs nnd nro collcil upon toivelgh most carefully Ihe power of example in Its observance and stand fixed Him ngalnsl nil op jWDrancc ofcvtl To lib fourth commandment God lias atllxcd Ilia and If we to go with ui tn mir clIoHa fur the sacred observance of that holy bur example rimst bp unwaveringly alllxed lo it Ihe following resolutions ere o to red by arid adopted That fib aiilhortfy wliich tlio ministers to preach tho tbvo of God them lo preach lho of tho and it it holr duty to as for ns their iniluenro the very com mon practice of collecting aiound the church nnd engaging in couvciGutUm on tho Lords It cnuld not then It On next day ho took some young down tn see he wliUh came tonee Imn an and at length be pike tn come to him at hh anrl feed out of Willi ottitfr perxorx ff wick Uioiighl thtt n mnnlircmarUnbln In stnncoof prnhtudfl In a benefit re R8lt fl MJ uhi it proved alo had prol ntnly ulth other naturalisffilbeHeredj Dial nte sensible Jo VjjdjjH u ILLUSTRIOUS MCOI1ANICS Ihe father of the human r wai n gnrdincr He had a proppnsity for taling which prodnrei veiy injurious ciTecfiiJ both upon hfmaiid his Noali wns He navigated Iho whole In his and got seas over Inhii Solomon an mid a was mil nlwnyp by and rule be trod the cii clo of w errallc tn his imnpiu and violated his own His conscience ami strength of reclaimed and his repentance the i which he ban ed n fteriea of resolution and the repoit The Convepthin then proceeded to the That Iho dotoff businpjw at hy cither mailing or receiving letters or papers on that IB a violation of the fourth The yotq assigning Sparla M the plnco of Iho Spring was le fur reasons suggested and it on That the next meeting of the Sabtiath Con vention of Southwestern ho held at in Clair on the lint Friday In at 7 and were appointed a committee lo dUtribule the Sabbath doriunienls on ami John were under tbo resolution on that lu deliver Addreisej at the uuanlifiil o left for Ihe cbhtcmplnlion of his The Apostle Pauj was a maker nnd labored with his hands at whtlo lie endeavored to infuse into the minds ol his Tellutv tho Impotlatit of rev While ho ncreened them nil eailhly taboniacles from the he held above their aouli tho of Divine Matthew a poor fiithermari IioreHn tjuUhed liU humble cftllliiB for that of a aiiVtitilcri asildunniily to draw ineri from Ihe fiery billows of Quinlus Cinclnnalut a and WfiR invoked lo the goveinmenl am dictatorship of labors In Ihe po litical Held wore as successful as those upon the wan n private and tvas called to found Ihe Paithlan Ho built up a and erected fo himself a mausoleum of which U In the conqueror of wni aUo a mechanic he Hajnzct and caivrd his tofottunn nml Neapolitan w raised to he command of fifty nitfce to prepnre business Air lie onalderation of Ihe resolutions reported by aave tip lines of ha ie Business and wero appointed a coin anil river scenes for of CAT The first tvat fa ken up Rnfl and after win committed oa committee CmnHting of Cum1 lings and Lippincott for Tevitticn who re iapbj and tho Eltlors of the Dited nn abriilgraent of tlio fame by AltnnH no nm follows rrquested In copy them Thnt the proceeding of the I John of In was a lai published in tho Alton Teto nnd rose tn the tlignlty of Hi L cut out for himsplf a had pitco of ami ul wore uuanunuiiilj adoplpdt llesolverft Jlirtl Synod does not deem ti tu make either tho bclouging or not iniT n test of mem InasimiQh BY hero N no or IhN cnurne laid down in the 3 Thai It if inexpfilieiit tor SjnnJ to aUe any furllier action m he iil inucli ai it would bo inanlfeslly to ilge nil no called neeret with the ame when hey are so diverse i their characters and 1 Imt it be recommended to rverr ncmber of our church to decide tho f conncclinu u Ith on such society r acrorrilttff In the or ur linly and the prorlsioin of the uf Daiiton v JounNEY TiiRounn run ITutv fmoly and Rraphlcnlly does Itic ful owlni lottor tlescribuihcenen muil e to ctrry onowho hruiigh Iho sultludcs of tho mnjeftio pine rests of tho Tho letlerU froiii Tudge I of and aildrei cd to the New Orleans Delta GniEN Aug At length 1 have the lone cuvcl d pIcRiiire of joiiiiipjinii through IheFtale y pino Foresla of ma king an Dcquainlance I left Natchez fn the Is of hit modern linltaltoti of Ihe ancient our late forty days nnd havo been ixposed dlurnnlly to he of lie pltl fss You have norcr FCOIJ the nor Vncouniend a thunder lorm raging In their ho heavens nbcve black wllh the ncowl of the and tho gloum of Iho umbered pine ops turning the light of day Into me I shadow and making a sombre aok on the lightnings writo olmrnclpra of lenon Tho only fault the Plney Woods may bo termed a monotony of You would Ihink the spot nhero jou light1 atsuiMft lobe the precise ou left al With here and hero a gentlo rounded as if by and covered with n close carpet of fine It U but a praiiio Torcstof lofty ed by nalnrej shrubbery of under growtl you may for hnlf n mllelnnlMli aleek piazing wlih qravo itnd earneslnens hero and aoundliig driven by the nwollrn water from tho and prihaps a haggnri1 sneaking into n clump of from Ills murder of some pot or juvenile icion of lie swino Thus you rldo along tho on wllcbeii wholo tifbo brcntho naught but gencroui i You nestle f n 3 our bed of repose If nntched over yoiir reitj you awaken rnly BI id find thVbreaUfast a 10 com rdillou of ihe You The pltur of mcnt H rtftued before jou havo tillered jour lo mnko for iuch pen crottJ Yon nee nl once that to loyment would nnU nil or ihe Pincy Woods re it N free tnterlatnmcnt man nnd You nhnko hands uilli down to o infant you hnvo held in jnnr mi In iho You cannot help lilt iff Iho of IN mother j nnd lidMlnlf tt rldo bur nil tig from onr art upon tha dear family and home uf Alily which tlio Aittir tho never had Invoked upon wooillnnd until swol uith the drop and pprhapi ljllo or 01 crofreji ynur There I no no no altrrnnive In yoi must and he water ill find ilff level which may bo bieatl liigh lo a man on horse You issue on its further tub bliig wllh cool man Hi good and your coltnnailps are nitleclto jeverett and Norton for reviiion who af jay nreaohiciJ In Ihe Me obnverled hliiwl into sword orwards reported a subMitiile for the second by brother last stale was worse than tho ami which on anilIn Ihe by brother f of In vtolntlon of the gtoal Inherent principles and laws on which our liotUes nnd our snuls wcro moilo to and ncceisarlly destructive ID oil oilv here and hereof ten That this that theSabbilh is anlnsli Julloi so Interwoven wilh the veiyionslilutionormir in n mnst onnllimuliun of its Divine ori cini showing thai Ho vrho contrived nnd the ilinn Blructuro of our 1nillca and our Rpir oon I H iuviiuuru mm over of chtUtlnn iinlonl but slain by loitoreil Ireo ops Rroau ami ronr as If ten l ulu ilLtnons hitil uriveti away tho Rcutlo rlts tlint 8UIIK so svvertly in of the rcjilaciiip their innslo wi sounds of I ho lifih nitif begins to nml Ihe ronritiR if follows lite llnsli in inslAllt succpssioiti RS one cnntenteii tu anil ralilicii tlin vengif nncr cif the In very fno litlini IliroUph n foicst of tiyhtnlnfl rat every loll ami taper being but n co ilncloi liulHenii Ihe clouil anil the Iho initM ol surl cninfottnble in 1ioiri abo hear how lo manage a Charles of turner In Ivn cnnld affairs of Stale divert him finm shrotvil capllallits nonlil In the completion of a road livr er road belwojn Ibo same points anil alonff tlio llnooniiat ILuidllTilnlililngiind of ten Icstfoj Ing thd Drsl roio Such a em y vonlil place the fbiripnny of lltrilteil capital al the mercy of Ihe strong and powtrfulr Vales fnillicrtaldflliiitlf aroadfrbm w I erro Haute to Str Loots wns It milerially Injilro Hie Norlhern Ciois anil lira other routes of the centre ami the He saldtnat ttieMrnnsnor nllon ami traveltn and from somo lime lo lalte tho rout to brcauso of Ihoilmporlanosi of cm by an departing MARVELOUS HucAri i noii Dcirit One Ihe most wonderful escapes fioin impcn ng death tbat MAS erer heard or read ccmred on Saturday Ilio 28lli In the lrson of a n r rkman employed In the errc on oflho High Level tlio On SattVnlay shortly after cht John of lildlo aced In tho scrtlce of Urawshny was at orlt at the Hlch Level the floors of liiclr nre laid in shipbuilding fashion ha id occasion to pass from tlto permanent tn o temporary at Ilio south e fust water counting ftom Newcas A loose plankextfnded from the oiie rldgc lo tlio other ni n and nhon e ulacril liN foot upon It canted ho end upon which lie had been upon somo loose Ic was looking westward at the but nnnd himself suddenly turned east and ith his head His thought at tlio lament Im gimpl bo iw Ihe projecting the stone lerat Hie lower road u ay of the on hfch ho mnst in his and lenco ho prrciphaled Into Iho Tyne at a rplh of Hut ho was miraculously rrestcd in his dowiiuard A huge ail had been thedepth of an inch nd a half into the end of a oil hich the temporary It erved no purpoorbnt had apparently Keen riven in from mere Tho projec ng John Smiths guardian CAUglilhls rusllan trowsers by the n tlio above tho If thatbo tho right and ho hung swinging lo nd fro in lho n nnd pnzing downivatds pon tho cornlceaud the floodi whichtjiroa enrdhim with Kdwarrl a with 5t to nbscive his nd tuniilng held him by tho leg but milh told him that lYf must obtain further or he could ilo him Vard then alarmed the Anther nio prociHcii n by ivhich ley cut tip to their cnmradu from the Inw r and released him from his Onlfshcail lho New IlAvch ticotirrei1 among the fair portion of lite Inhabltjints ol ho vlllaBO of New grow ing out ofa diirerencft ofiiplnion as to tin cornppnsation for opening sta ilo of Iliis II Issaid that reso iillons havo been and speeches highly credltablo tn the sex but It Is reared that unless ospbedy corhpiomiiiecai 3e epicures Illmttglimit Hie country will bo obliged lo inlcrfero and rmnovo Ih casus lial liilrrtil of the direction 6rrlttu Vortherli Grots lie disclalmeil any Illlberallly towards laid the policy he contended Tor was nn unE Wm same for the north atld IbB The Northern Cross railroad terriil nalcd al a point In Ibe Stale it did not itimiiiBte ot Hantilbalrjn ppltiUwIltioUt file1 Slatri and he only he same policy shnuld be extended lo tin South J he South had points lu Ihe Stale as elioiblc for Ihe lermlnli ofronds Ho said that the chargo of layraiherat lho door of Iho slaimid In build themselves up and Lnn tn lho destiiictlon of our own andy lothe Central and Norlhern Ho next showed tbat tho Pacilfc Koi road had n bearing upon Ihe subject bsfore tho After showing tho vast impor tance nfthal great and that It wo the most magnificent ono of Ibe uorlli of tho aim and Ihe entcrprlso oflho American ha said that from the ejs and explorations heretofore Hint roid ivonlil run lirotlgh bo South Paw of the Mouiitnliuond that direct line east of lho South Pass would slrlkv Ihe Missouri river near Council contended that lho road would have lo veer but Illllosouth lo slilkelhe Mississippi at Ho salrl Quloof would be Iho natural routethat at Qulnoy It woullf altilie Iho Northern Cross llaltroad acros the central portion of the of Il linois and connect Hie lines across In diana and on bj Lake and also through nnd so on and HI once cnnplole the communication between tho Atlantic and lite Ho said Itwas unt impossible bebiir proud ami ilelishtful privilege yet to stcBmcars whicii run from ocean lo paaihg Ihrotlgh Jacksonville ond bearing to our doors tricrco uf India and arid of the Fs lAnds of the and opening lo us the commerce of the And ni for Qoin bcini the terminus on the great Fa ther of it wotiW make her a migh ty oltya clly which would rival Carthage n tier pride of great comtnerI M emporium nt theMlsslssljipl o whnsecommijfloii pour the a of the said hej glv with by means or some o lier befnro otir Northern Cross Roarl fn oml holil out a sslnpli of thnl great s Mr thai Colt Benton Wm at ready bending mighty enerjtlOR to show hat aioue smith ol mighty en T the 3mv 3niUh PRSA was or Death from Iliehilaafa Pe a young died a few near from the cltccls of tlio About two weeks the rot bit him In the Ills faco After WArds became very milch swollen and not withstanding the prompt appliance of every remedy that Ms physician could he died in Hie greatest B through more central ami thickly llleil portions of those now ge Tho same comtnlllce reporled back the ig at lho Ho turned and lho rise up from T I hi however tn other I prcmtiiiilory clown ynur rifelt a which tasked his ami pared but the prelinlei In an liicrcdilily licno hh M conies In tho yon nro latlly wet of was one of Ibo j n few sr It will give the permission at tho extra anUiifiisiicrI IFIiloQ soon to Tho Slale wishes tha lu our fJlnlly anil ilumuttli our liusiiioss rosd to lerniinale at Alton instead of Saint anil commercial ami aw cull there are several projects ftj 0X Usilroads in that which are believed ami to promise luore for the advancement of its lnnrc alililtisnoss ami lhan a great lino running entirely jciinioot ovrry follow In Ilio train ot Its UCIOOT tbrough Ihe fur the advantage chiefly The Railroad Tho fifth resolution was lien as nesr the eastern boundary of to follows lerre bo completed ino year GOOD rANNV KLMULU Mny heavens tiriulit stars watch oer tticel Guoil angels spread Uiulr wings mill cuVcr thcc Anillliroiigli s ot Unlit Charm thcc ft om ill Myheart is iMivcrlnKrouiiil thy IOM fnirrnllu to lho Iliionej Gomt lovrf Son lullalilcs Itic nightwind sing to thect ArKlotlllc ivingsvifretiMlnri bring lo lljeel Anj in thy May nil Ihlnga and left naino In My Itncesarc liuniUnro clasped inprayeiV large Caps upon the annals of country Guoit tor Cod lueulhie inllii caret Jis spirit Is Among the Rcirpo Andrew and wore Fioin rsull of agriculture Ihry went foitl best watch maUeis nf his He fotgct IhobuiilelKof lu the light footsteps nf and escaped llnlter of on ho pinions of clirono William of a lose ficmt Ilie forecalla lo the llnone he nianageil ilio ship of Slale wilh nautical address and brat her a considerable way up Illiehaibor of Drojnmln Franklin WAS a and Ho die light since Hlrnvu ID jnnip from undf r you n evc ry rallllnR peal of now zily iRiigi hid or shakes olt Iho large tilticii upon his Jlko par ringxf TIIK RAILROAD QUESTION II Is imposilblo for us glvo Iho ilobalo on this qnoslitm in Iho Wo atlempt a tketch of Yatos Ynlcs took strong ground in favor Slale that tho policy lo bu wai Iho Slate for wen or wo In the latest and insiiled orpnns if No vfrlheles Iho FUU sets palnlinfj In gloiiiins the retiring clnnds lluit hnvc onu so much uilfchUt Mflining That tho stereil lo purrun Ihe enemies of Ihelr nni nl from Ihe fluids of death gathered the Gol GRATITUDEIN A where flh Intended for Iho lablo were teui from Cincinnati lo the without semlinmiii meeting inning them with cr n nd and ooulil ho odd thai Louis ought to be ho of greatcom mercial we mako Loiiis Ihe conversipg point of all Ihs roads running across tlio south and centre of Hie willnot hold lu Soimlo of Iho United Stales Ihts as a now liidncemcnt for making tho terml nun of the IDCifio road Will lie not ghow termilisllng Iho road at there will an immediate railroad by throtigli our t bordbrs with Iho Kaslern cities Should we said a pollrJy so suicidal as to furnish that distlngllisheil Senator to bo ued our own in favor of Should we pursue h policy winch would proven completion our aiiil cause Quliicy to ilio It swelled Iho coihutotcial imporlauuo v He further Iliat wo Imd lllllo to xprct frorrt Louis thftt nhould Louia b thn tunniuus of Ihe Pacific or loiild that he on tha Missouri ri there was sttong probability that the Iglslatiiro Missouri would refuse us a t iiancli road across hor tuirltory froru Qutir i cool nm ao1 an Ho said Ilia would pass through more and was opened wllh sinking Unt lowtu In the three and a richer ami about equal distances from It was the Ohio river and Ihe It seems lio held at Randolph conn Plain lo that it would bring more trade Ly which was aflerwacds and prove more beneficial to Foster ami Knostman weie ap Stiles through which it would Im Ihe more southern There are pointed delegates to lho Southeastern numbfr of and oonlllcllng liileresls InTho sixth resolution of the Business com under Ihe the mliieo was taken up and after City Council of Cincinnati has certainly amendment was a full woe very tight in postponing their subicrlpconsideration of tha was Ipieiher on until something more definlto has been iho oilginal laid on Ilie la They have The sevenlh resolution was Ihen taken Legislature lo pursue the course of Ihe Hlsiness comnilltee on ornnl which was adopted Adjourned to 812 oclockprayer by IVCKIKO SABBATH Ihe Sabbath Convention for Soulhwe Illinois The Convention and after praye ler hook lu a of which there were several in Ihe pond lo prevent Bud It afterwards fractiiied its and turned the nnllo nervo on one The agony evinced by Ihe animal ap peared moil It rushed lo the bot boring its head1 Into Iho whirled itself around wilh such activity thai it was almost lost lo light for a short Inter It then played about he and englll threw itself completely out of Ihe water on Ihe Wwent and ex mined and found that a rery small por on of the biain was protruding from he racturo of Ihe Ha carefully repla ed and wllh a silver toothpick raised he indented portion of Ihe The fish emiiued UH fora short and he then nit U again into the It appeared a irst a good deal but In a few min utes it again darted and plunged about unt t threw llwlf out of the water a second did he could to re lieve and put it Into Ihe It eonlln nois pursuant U nude at Inelr at the rsuant to the appoint at 111 wlib an Address On the Impor fter pra Ihe disc of Ihe resolution on Ihe running of by HBV proceeded to Seveial addresses ehltSy in of Ihe an as and become order uedfor several limes tn throw Itielfoul o the pondj ami with Ihe assistance of tin he doctor at lennth made a kind n for the which was then left i pond lo Us Upon the doctors making his appearanc 1 the pond Ihs following Ihe pill pill the John Professor of Natural Phllo sophy In wai the son of n far mir ill Ho was employe lu Ihe capacity of His penc was a nml tho ground his From being tho companion of ho becamo the peer of learned William GIITml was bound out to a shoe after having sorted a number of years In n small coaster os cabin He Ing loo poor lo purchase ho used to hammer out as smoothly some bits of on which he traced problems with Ills In Isle hli irlllcal awl pierced Iho soul of many luck ss SECBET SootCTIESScKSintI a of Ihe German Refbnneil Sytiml nf lend Ibe adjacent held at on Ihe lib Ihe con nection of members of that church with Se cret was made tin subject of con sideration and action on Ihe part of that bo The matler was referred lo the Synoi by one of its classes in this Columblana clasils cannot Ihe pro prUly nf lho members oflhe church uniting with secret and believes It can not aid Ilium In tha promotion of vital pie and request Synod to an oplnlo on this subject1 After warm and animated th following sensible and jndlclnus resolution offered by Ihe President oflhe Uev liiminnling Ihe newly baptized 9 if the world wcro agnin n young creation mil every ftnd leaf of every lung with brilliants nnd It Isavety almost a magnificent Hit you ntu voiy limit the dcopbay of the mans trusty shows hat shelter is The sweet voice of uniting woman pnnounees Ilio word of wel Ilno knots are heaped upon tbo aiid with your cither clothes surrounded by frolicsome you stretch yourself upon Die floor nf the gallery and leisurely survey the Tho walla of this clean homo of vliluo and nro fotmed by the straight shafts of lho laid one upon the other lo tho which is eovereil with pine Tlio Hours are laid of split or hcnvn timbers a mud chimneywill a most capacious and hospitable fnoplaco whnoa luminous pyre nf ttic unctuous knots f ttio mako the wholo edifice as ta Unlailho lantern of a light Nil the rules of Iho spa Ions arid well thoy may bo many it 01 Ilia cnmparalUely and ven youthful looking innitcr and this ore bleiscd wllh thirleei iloomlng having had i icalh in tho and never haying see lu his professional capacity o leaths harblngeror pass Ihel It Is the homo of life and heallt lot of sickness and To thoso Inter ml Arrangements Add a wide onto tloored and covered as wll n shelf on which the over filled wsler buck el and Inviting gourd are always an you have Ihe beau Ideal of a palace In th II recpilred great knowledge uf nf Iho topography nf tho connliy and of lho sys terns and nf tile adjoining li Adopt a safo and the best railroad policy fo lho Ilo maintained that Iho Lcgls lalurtt had puwor lu pas a under which tailroAd coipo could be nnd that lho uro had Ilia perfect right In deilgnato Ih rininii of He argued if til gislalure had no right In designate th lite ur termini ol then any forelg mpany could chooso their own route llhoui consulting lho interests ofthe com y through which thoy ond con inject lo Ihttir piivnte use lho lands rrcjul I for Ilio construction of Iho road wblc n considered an unjust and uncunslitulloi Infringemcnl of Ilio riahls of private pr Ho also showed that n general ich 119 was contended fur by gentlenie Ivlng to companies the unrestricted rig f constructing roads when and where the would be In bad faith to the roa Irendy Ho liuliniiril the case 10 Illinois and Michigan Cnmp les would have a right lo build nroad fio cru to Chicago along Iho routo of lho can nd thiio diminish Iholevenue nnd pioflts of Tlney It Issurrounded with fleli of sugar and two latter aillcles only raised for famll The houses consist of a ki anil one or two negro Oeutle voices salule you w you come in and partake of suppel Yo go in and find a most abundant spread out corn brea butter nnd The hi nitalily is Every look nf II teen while human of fire withlvo i lo the Pnciilc rallwa expect that silo would Had wo a right dn ere assured that her Legislature had refu td lo graul to Quiucy the right lo make a agon roail across the Mississippi boltomj and w lion as by enllemau from n her statutes a law Which levies a iilioh of ono half per nn the products f Illinois growth and sold in ler Tie saiil that it wni unworthy of our no lle Slate and iiuulting to our State o contend Hint wo could not build lip cities n Was i 8 Iliot Hie older Slnles had Ihelr numerous wlihlnahundred miles of each olhei hrnthunldnut a State liko with ro somces like populating faster than any Slalo in the blessed with greater iiiim advantages than any and lined to bo the Slate of the hnvo citlo All the Railroads from Bast tu thu seeking a terminus wllh the must pass over Let those roads converge to a point on Ibo Mlisisslppi in our and at that point capital will bo will be commis hat woik so thai it would never reimburse olbo bond holders their and prevent Slate from possessing hnt The bondholders or Iho very purpose of retaining Ibat if so cqiKlruet such a Hero Hayes arose and said that the law would prolecl Ihe said thnl would be surrondur of the wholo If tho law were re slrlcllve as lo Ihe so Ihen II was no onger a general law in Iho meaning con tended for by the gentleman from He supposed that gentleman would mnko a ilnd of general special He saM fur Iher under such a general law as pio posed by the genlleman from com panies could construct routes In Iho neigh borhood of the Norlhern Cross and other roads for which charters had been arid thus weaken end disable Ihoio roulca so that they could nol be kept As Ihe Heprefentalive of Morgan whose most vital Interests were connected with the completion of Iho he cnuld nit consent to a pulley which wouli fur a long If not forever post Ihe completion of that He jion houses there trade will conio to his point to seek tho Atlantic cities there will be a market there and there will bo a migh ty city we develop the snuices oflho Interior and increase the val ue we build up a city which shall I i T rival Loi It Is sold that Louis jiays one Ibiidof Ihe revenues of tha Slato uf and who can deny that she Is indebted lo Illlnnla for ono half her capital nild her Should we that puliry wlitch will increase onrtaxablo property nnd increase oiir out niir Stntu and start our State upon Iho lido i1 Ho did not expect thai our cities would be builrln a Louis had nut been built In a Ilespoko f Iho the permanent policy of hit He cnlleil upon th t policy e Houie lo Iho lschage of their Ho regretted to ilTur with gentlemen anil some of bis but he hod looked at the mailer deliberately wllh reference to the ioteresls of hU consillUButs and Ihe of the an 1 he would lea the future lo the piouei leave it for time and teeth and ebony hueevery gentle toned ed whether It at all probablo that YatV speech was one of great ej was lUlened lo wilh great has added much to his high reputation at publlo our bilef we aro hulie aware thai we have nol done lice lo his Jownal
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