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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - June 11, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                EEKLY 1 I J 1 1 Jfcros for Central GECX FRIDAY JUNE THE WEEKLY IS PUBLISHED EVEKTPRIBAT BT BEOWR TV Terms of Ibc Jfcdjy aiid Weekly d nywwd J np 15 or more u RATES OF ADVERTISINO IN rf iriinrJ Bnt 00 widiUtmiJ irilJioot 1 3 fl RATES OF ADVEKTISSC IS flf Ilimit of twt Jj i uliliUou ItwrUoa DO for be precowi Ti ferure itfucouJiUHi tie Kltl BOOK AKD JOB in OM ttw fiwrt R Bonk and Fancy Jab brought Into the and and u a eimippi jucb BILLS OF KILL BLANK utd otbeMUMdhic Job Wor t to do a anr eititUiahtaetit ift t o tlic interior of tJic St utd ot B Jt Susincs0 BAUJSGEK ULAIR BALLING WHOLESALE AXD FORWARDING aiERCHASTS and UKBOW 4 DEALERS IK DKV boots and J Commission and Fur varding Mrehantg THETEAETIIQCAKE W A Senator in his enahioaed duur i llishrid on ite liuckoadluifcct The trac Senatorial Gtare aaH sercae vaa his booam Brim No KlMlcr Senator was ci IT jlnil hiiMcIf that ho ncnsr had been In a greater state of Uetligught of 4iB good eight doUaisn Of the CUE good yeoci he had there lo or Ills mileage and JiuriiekjBgj and other Congrreional IIli tatgntt ipeech and ha nsst goal he thonstt to Asl Mlungton Citjri a snug old a niiglitv great man is Saialur The hour TOE and all ere J lien iuddeiilj shook the CapiUsl Hill Scnafcss shook with fear as TOth Tic earthquake shattered the nctrea nf the bold wnne called out thile othew were struct by to remain quite But imploringly eyeing the Down on his knees dropped Senator Disturbed inhis dttoni tif final hour had come j The PilgrimFathers founded a ioundeda nation And with terror dread appall thorn For he hadnt a TEIJdistinct ViTiclbftr a drum or a trnrajtct should Lc Tlie instruatcnt to cull nhorror of Aud expecting tlie walls about Kef ore fiis like a appears A vision of ail lug muupcnt A vision dim of phantuuugrtin had prised their claims with iirosjwctsiluu Of petting tlic Theydied woni ont inpiiticnen And iwtr before his Some shaking their private claims at And some Euch with a grin the Senator Each And he ifIonce get wot of this yonder obelisk will look and speak to the f ul comprehension of every Airiencon 1 It has Iqoked and spoken for nine years i its accomplished Meanwhile yo havcglonouslvfonght tho buttles of activ and extended your sway to the shor of the uniting with new ties yoa own future to the destinies of the Old World The comfort of small party con and the reputation of wo founded may grasp into the wheel of necessity will no you people of America decided to answer that I havelaii my hand on your peoples and I havi watched in the progress of exigen and I dare saj with firm confidence3 thi foretold instructions of that monuments ma estic el oqnenceis felt by the instinct md is fully comprehended by the intelligence of Ao3 the new of new times will be fully answered by Mass uehuaetts with thai encrgywith which f answered the exigencies A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL dealers In dye patent wmdow tad every thing in tlicir line of busmcffl ISAAC WHOLESALE HEALER in staple and fancy dry variety oil aud furmshingooda ccncralv But little be poor Senator That he ihoald eer be permitted to sec Tbebrighttomorrowssim And he trembled to so was he unmanned Of his own little speech Jur the nd bis ninctyuiutt for lluncvmbe He trembled asny one eer can AS he tried to think if he bud spun woll Uia lered eight dollars a Iav And he with dreail Ibe little faod done for iiri And the vast amount AvHirrLE i VXriTOLESALE KETJJL dealera m boots V and and family gn oeries comer of State and SETll A TTORSET AMD COUNSELOR AT and 1 jflL Notary Public and tbe State i of Missouri for taking dcpoaiuons Office on Soc UOAGLAX DEALERS IX DRV BOOTS AND ATTORyEY AX1 COUNSELOR AT AND I NOTARY i Office on GOODRICH ir ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT I TCbTlCE OF THE XOTAHT AND j OENEKAL LAND Offico over the store of j i A T T 0 R N E Y A T L A W I Ollre one door from TFitb ibis fears were ashadc of 1orhccoaJd jwt ultogeihcr forget Ilisgrcatntss in the nation But he somehow f Iiongbt that there inigiit be found Even in the world to which he was The honor and puy of his station r Stillmight ho get hia eiphfc dolhir And still be Honorable And mileage now who could tell The joorncv long to well But then the earth gave And set poor in a terrible earth And the Senators gathered in right ill And Jiim out on ajjallut But Ijy and by hia sense got Ajjd Ijc to a speech uf Senator Cluck And Uienoistf of tlie Speakers lie nibbed rulifaed his Aud an anrious glance around he On the Soar and up at th ihc strangle f or libertyinKu ropo will see this nation a power on earth That id what nil that is what I And tliat hope will cannot fail I thank yon not only in my peoples but am expressly charged to tcD the people of America that it has not spent its sympathy to a Hungary ivill answer the expecta tions of Aincricx Nowadays it is not success which makes ihe merits of a but its The Results of the day of Bunker flili have chang ed the basis of because it gave birth to a iniglity whose very existence is the embodiment of a true like truth and lasting like eterni It would be strange should that irinciple forsake it will it annot do Great is the destiny of your Tour approach is not with so gigantic Opportunity do Upon may with confidence and opportunity will its forecast shadow I could for poor countrys sake that you should be pleasad to make thac op the power to do But I mow great bodies and feel cou eoled witi the assuranca will move when opportunity will In the mean ing your private generosity tendered our unmerited is planning the way j and should we not feel strong to ite opportunity supported by your bcneroat tnc blil3 j we will not he unprepared to catch it kenon ilcposf when it And here let me cut short mv In the place whore the revelation of Prov idence is told by the eloquence of yonder reasoning would profanation on my There stands the powerful ora tor pointing to the Let his words find willing ears and susceptible I JUNE The Telegraph and our Wehodiopeil that our neighborsof the Telegraph had the to make capital out of the issue they have raised anil which they hold on to with a day after to nppeara as ifthe editors wero to say something about somebody or We are sorry to see a on tho part of the editors of the to di gest themselves of a greater amount of their than appears tobc called for by the wcscnt state of the ce of Second Assistant Gen lately made ydcant by resig has vre uro bcjentemporal by appointaacntVof who has been for many yeara connected with the Post office and for severalyears has been its chief The chief clerkship made vacant the ap bintinent has been in the owe manner filled by thepromotion of Iatcl3 principal clerk of nspection e leafn that but 53 votes were cast t Edwardaville yesterdayj of which all ex ept AXK NOTE have eceivod the June number of this esterday gave la statement from its pa of the various banks in this pro ectctl or in compiled by them f roni fficiiU up to the 24th of May Keporter stands at the head of the unfc fote Heporters and Counterfeit De It islssued every inonth by the well banking house of Clark atthe low rate of one ollar anil no business man should e without Foreign Items ed to months vojagerotmd the She bad discovere between Loo Choo and three Islands not laid down on any They he m lat and between and from JThe Antelope named them Prince Oscars On Friday a deputation Irish members of waited onLordDerby to solic it a grant of for the erectieu of a breakwater and pier at Lord Der by said in reply that he would send three en Ijjjmccrs to examine the respective capabilities Gahyay and Limerick as a nortior Amer ican but could not pledge the Gov ernment to a 7eead in tho Prease that the plans for a Tystal palaco in the Chiimpe have been and the execution of them Trill shortly ia said to be the contractor for this colossal for the accomplishment ofwhich Carre be The height building will exceed thatof the s Reporter for JuhejquptcsNew ort Safety Fund Bank at Uie same rate s other For he fancied he smelt both sulphur and i leave you to tlic inilucnco of his And wasnt quite snre that he hadnt awoke Xo me his silent speech was the unruionv of To a mormnjr Bcrnon m Hades I IPHITA lie rose to hu feet an altered Home tohilodgings be almost And to Itrown he tis The lovingest he ever Imd on BunkerMllr My voice shrinks from the task to mingle i with the awful pathos of that majestic I pointing to Silent like the andyctmelodiouslike the songof im mortality upon the lips of AND FGRWAKWyo j cold and yet warm with JMMISSIOX MERCHANTS inspiration like u patriots immovable JOBS ATTOJIXEV A3TD COUXSELOE AT LAW atoiipiu leave this hallowed spot j with and The i memory of my having stood honored by your encouraged by yo ur will strengthen my patience to endure and my resolution to act and though the happiness of Washington may not be my tbe devo tion of Warren may dwell in iny this resolution I once more thank you and bid you cordially RYRIE WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION Front and MARK T1EUSOX 0 E PRICE e A S JJ STORE jlike the vet stirring like the future3Jt i looks like ft propliet and Ejjeaks like an ora and thus it speaks day I commemorate is the rod with which the hand of the Lord has opened the ItKALERS 1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT JUSTICE OF THE PEACE of l Itd tvatcrs Presbyterian General We learn from the proceedings of this bo dy at on that two Sy nods were in sind the other in The report of the Th HTOHT SAJFETT arc informed at the bills of this institution are now ta as at the counter of the Marine and Fire Insurance Com in this McKeatlrre College The annual commencementof this institu takes place in July We observe that of will deliver the Homes is u man of a high order of and a fine and will do justice to whatever subject he may Uespots may dam its ljut never stop The higher its dam the hicher the j tide it will pverHow or will break Bowand adore end icologrciil Seminary although exhibiting u lall number of shows that 250 young men had in whole or inpart their theological education The annual report of the Western Theological Seminary shows that ia addition to an invest ed fund of large donations in j were increasing vastlv the resources of Such arc the words that came to my j the institution nnd its futilities for theologi and I I j cal Van Reiisselaer read 3ic AT A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CHCSTAUT i ATTOKNFAS AND C0UXSELOKS AT LAW Mawnpm bowing mv eyes meet the soil of Bunker j report of the Board of which was i that awful opening scene of the referred to a committee of The elec jful drama to which Lexington and Concord tion of trustees of the ficneral Assembly was j had been tiie e would call the attention of our city to the wretched and even dangerous condition of Piusu at the intersection of Third From some defect in tho east side of the street has fallen in for a distance of several feet rendering it very dangerous fprJeauiJi and Lyen fpotmcn jvasaing the street at The Emperor of by arecent enacts that Jews who may undertake to col onize the Steppes shall receive eocli 15 silver and be allowed to ejnploy Christian Both they and employers shall be exempt from military Letters from Copenhagen mention that the crystal building to be erected In that Capitol or tho exhibition of works of aud is to coyer yards square of to be jap idly proceeded The building is to be erected by The silk weavers of Lyons are engaged with 8omo activity in fulfilling orders for the Worlds Fair at New who has been d refugee in Belgium since the events of died on last at Previous to Iiis exile he was JMavor of town in tlic Lot andhas left found an agricultural school in that Depart Ten thousand cards of admissson have been issued to witness ceremony of pre senting eaglea to the the in the Chamjje de There were JOO more or Paris is overflowing with attracted to wit ness the The Rajah of a potentate from the kVestcrn Ghauts of has arrived in brinfjing be This is a ental manners The Rajah is accompanied bv his two the London May State Ball of the Queen of Tho Queeu gave a Stats last at Buckingham which was most nu merously attended by the nobilttyand neari invitations ing been issued j and to her Majestys gracious pprmis displacing with the court incoming on on this except for the ladies of tho the bull presented the briUiant and magnificat character usual at the 0 with beauti ful This composed of white and supportedby marble has two recesses or alcoves at tho foot the grand aUircnso these were filled with the eceptions of the The grand ball was decorated choicest grouped with excellent springing from a border of mosses and mig the one group surmounted with a jeautifulspecimeuof the ind thecorrespondrDggrpup with the Aza Tho sculpture ad orning tho grand Vas filled with nblej and settees Tor the accommodation oJ the grand staircase brilliantly illumi staircase being bung with whole length per mits of various of the royai fami Tho anteroom at the top of the ataircase s most beautiful specimen of internal the arched coiling is hy rolumus of white with gilded capi contains Gibsons n marble of her and his Jloval lighness in which is indSyith much intrbdu rornament8 and This partment leads to the green Sy tbe Office Courur Slate DISPATCHES FOR THE CITY ar in the r young duughtur to new feature in Ori e Peoria Daily of the 3d comes to us in on account of the death of of its one The Whig convention of Cook county which met at Chicago on the instructed their delegates to the State Convention to vote of for gov Ue Bloomuigton Bulletin says ands under the direction of DAVIS ATTORKEYS AT GENERAL LAXIi AGENTS j Office on TFBXER t SECOXP DEALERS in nuil Saddlers nnd the pickaxe and in the hands of the Pa triot Ibcar thepatrolssaythatieaUis I set Knowltou raising his line of rail upon which soon the guns will rest that the bullets may prove to their mes j I see the commanding form of Trescotjmarching lei surely around the par inflaming the tried patriots with the j that those who had the merit of Secof the labor should have the honor of the I soe Asa Pollard fall the first vic tim of that Immortal day I seethe Chaplain praying over him and now the roaring of cannon from ships and from and tho blaze of tbe burning and the thrice HAVID i HEVBV BAKER ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT A3fl GENERAL LAND AliEVfS FOR THE STATE OF ILLINOIS Office on EctfomlsU t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ia 1 f Dra classical that those who had the merit cumer and j deferred until the niccting of the nest Gen incncedworfcon the railroad near the residence of Judge the contractor j arrived on Monday und the work will be vigorously We noticed on Tucsdrty some twentyeight hands employcilj all natives of the first gem of the sciu During the present week it is expected that over 250 hands willrbc engngodon the work in our im mediate Letters from Tuscany of the 2Sth ultimo state that the Ministerial iutrigucs Ind assu med a new The Constitution was to be abolished view of by which stroke of policy Baldasseroni expected to oust his It is said that Joejhim tho French Minis cr at has protested against these reactionary Jt is sxid the purchasers of the Crystal 1alacc have bought a site in London for its ramodiate Charles Dickens presided over a meeting of authors and booksellers on Tuesday at which resolutions were passed in favor of free trade in as in everything John an eminent fiTuifyimd anil nsancintA ftp lnti I died tn London on Sunday aged Admiral Sir Charles Xapior has a letter in the Times propounding a plan for a Naval A court martial held on the surviving offi cers of the illfated atciuuer had acquitted them of lie throne and the picture gallery and n the side of the picture gallery are the yollow the the ball and the supper The throne room was appropriated as a The orchestra was form ed in tlic deep ateoye in the throac is situate j it slightly raised above the Ildbr and thefront was hung with draperies of crimson velvety embroidered with The ball has amassive arched roof of great being deeply pan uelled in architectural profuse ly enriched is supported by col umns of crimson scaghola of tlie Corinthian with gilt The permanent or chestra is a gallery at the north The ori which the seats of state were placed for ber Majesty and Prince was covered with The draperies enclosing ic wero of amber colored satin and white and at the forming a background to the as a most brilliant assortment of beautiful rising to a considerable height above the draperies were surmounted by abroad one massive gilt Adjoining the ball room is the supper liaving a deep recessat within which i bufict was on which the most ex quisite specimens of jewelled and ornamental gold plate effective with the aid of a background of dark crim and numerous lights from golden cande The room contains the portraits of BALTIMORE Juno Tho Convention met at10 Noth ing was done till half past 11 when a committee was appointed to report a plat form Theresolution declar ing that the tbe Fu gitive Slave unacceptable to a certain portion of tho all Democrats coincided for the sake of and tho permanency the It was table and Bordered to be of Now declared it to be the duty of to enforce the Compromise acts at all Several motions were made to adjourn ow ing to the heat1 and There were not less than claiming aeata Several resolutions in favor of the compromise were feadoud ordered to be Coni vention adjourned June The following is tho committee to draft the Democratic Platform K PhiUp L Phil Texas Obio John Iowa j CaL ceived during Iwld at June Briggs presented amemorial of for immediate estabUshmcac of New York and since the annexation of over of gold bullion received atporf of New Stanley and leave to introduce a bill for payment to the of the fourth installment of the surplus After aevvral motions for ad journcd tiU June On the twentyninth vote stood 27 93 91 21 others nearly the 30th and 31st ballots jraro token Mary land and Virginia going bock to 65 78 92 others a trifling 321 Ga Virginia and Ala No appointment from Wisconsin or Geor FLOATING King arid Wetzcl have raised and repaired the hull of the steamer burnt at the upper cud of tho about a year and have put it in suchrepairnstoiaakeit answer the imrpose of a dry dock for small barges The dimensions of the j George in the robesof the by Sir Thomas placed in the with those of George and Queen Char by on either erick Prince of and the Princess of and tho Duke and Duchess of Cum The tables for the supper were arranged round three sides of the Tlin tn of tfco PjiTnnn at 9 those having the entree alight ing at a temporary entrance in the and the general company entering from tho prin cipal Soon after ten the Quem and Prince Albert were conducted by the Lord Chamberlain from the yellow through the saloon into the ball Tbe Queen wore a dress of white tarletan over white watered trimmed with black and white tfowers and Her Ma j estys head dress was composed of a wreath of thick antl white flowers and June tidal if ht In reJaUon to South The committee soy that documents were presented to respecting tho proceedings of fifty who sent thither Jamea as a The committee decided that the paper such a docu ment as entitled him to a seat in the con of as a member of the committee on made a minority which was It sustained tbe claims of Robert against tho decision of the and closed with a resolution thatRoVt Rantoul be admitted to a to represent the Second Congressional District of After some dis the qucstioa of the motion wag post poned till and HIP nf offered a resolution to bama delegates retired to consult this con ferencebad it Is tbev pregnant question where they should go if on the next ballot they went to vote woald be increased to still requir ing 51 fora 33d 123 72 GO 25 G But 1 Adjourned to 9 June 34th Buchamuij 49 53 23 j 1 Houa 5 35th 131 BucHanany 39 53 46 j Hous 5 j 15 j 35th 123 28 43 5S Butlerj 1 5 37th 120 Buchanan 34 70 I 5 29 i 38th 107 12S 33 84 1 Hood Her roynl the Duchess of Cam wore a areas of black net over black WHOLESALE DEALERS IX BOOTS AXD South ride 111 manrocK J BOOK and Blank E6rk Re publican Chestnut lctwccu MJn and L ATTORNEyat practices ia Miasvitri and Il office 73 Piiie Bt T3IPORTE1U3 AND WHOLESALE Dealers in all i of ForeiRn American Haidwore taJ NOTARY A Insurance Office at M DEALER JBY Second JOHN 3 Alton J50 InstractiOEs giren in tlic all tbe late TTILLTAM ATTORNEY AT to the mode of taking elicited Tlic report was finally adopi ed by a vote of 110 to On Monday the Report of the Board o Foreisrn Missions was taken and theRc1 from one of the Indian mission gave im account of the flourishing conditio of the Choctaw There were twclv among the nnd members of the Presbjterian beside large numbers of and lie said that they value and are ra pidly advancingin knowledgeand civiliza have a aopd system of laws and well regulated social state and have the NewTes o renewed storm and the pcraercring tament and catechisms in their own language till powder was gone and but stones remain ed j and 1 see Warren telling Elbridgc Gerry that it is sweet nnd fair to die for the father land I see him fingering in his struck in thef fall to the ground j and and schools for both sesesMr Dickey spoke on the subject of the Mission in a Missionary from spoke on the subject the East India He stated that within adistrict o of near i 1 the nauieleas corner stones of American All the spirits of that most eventful victo Of to which the church a The e stated that there are seven missions under tbenomeof I see them all among tho Indian VUh schools for the eyes of my soul are familiar with the spur itti of martyrs of But those around me have no ghastly look they bear no gushmg wounds crying for revengeto the Al mighty God the smile of eternal bliss is and that He sbitcd that the subject ot mJs SIOUS to California and other dis tricts was under considerationof the and mentioned that of Siara atieli XJtOKEIl OF MADISOX AXD JlS TKR Of TJIE PEACE corner of State und up 7HOLESALE AM RETAIL dealers in school YV tool miscellaneous an 2 blank U window musical ns and fangy artjclflfl i Paint fflKEY will pay particular attention paint JL ioofnllkindsofTTOodand marble Xaper Wall Coloring noil floan ia Uie neatest Sbop in Tnimbull i on over Ilc dw4t O Attoraty at 1FFICE on nearly opposite the Prefb oian MEDICAL located in TCSpKtfuUy tcndcra bis proftwsional to tbe citizens of this Office OTCT K Book Stfcopdetroel t and 1KALERS IN DRY CLOTH ING BOOTS A HATb i A3O Also mmiarionana rriENDEBShis nrofesaioaal terrice to JL of He may the Bany Second and HAVING ample mom for the storage evcrj dcsrnntioo of and I wn lo parchascpr scU tho nrnCj on tho most IflwraJ Office Central Warehousr cbsrins even to the happiness of blessed As the fabulous divmitcs of ancient rreecc ike to rest from the charms of heaven on Monat OlmpnBj so robust the spirit of Warren like to rest on the top of this monument Martyrs of my how ong will it yet bo till a like joy will thrill your depart iid souls V When mil the snulcof thut joy play around yoor lips J How long iriil vet the of your wounds cry for fatherland still downtroddenj op There is a sorrow in that thought 1 less even over the Almighty Father of let the day of thy mercy be not too Excuse emotion The asso ciations of my idead arc nuturaL Yonr Bunker Hill ana our Kapola are both d both cventfal victories casting a gloom of sadni bliss of and s foreic w3 tho 1 The of tlie Priiicctoh Sem inary was showing tbe attendance of 133 staacnts daring thepast otJ the flourishing condition tbe 40 young men bad completed their course with in the ycaTj and received their tbe largest classever The death of the was announced with a feeling tribute to his A BRAVE the station m on the White fell on the track while the engine was Station seeing her rushed to the spot at the risk of his and dragged heraway just in time to escape the which missed tilling them both only by an Some of in New York doing business live forty or fifty miles from yet such is the means of travel that tbejp live at home and do business in the city during the partis aud cannot bo changed futurc is openvet and often have I coll LMO THE Imagine i after this sort bowed before the recollections of this hal flam or Jnwed I adore the Almighty with j released for a time from my heavenly employ that I mieht attend ti tipping up your kitchen table ttufaltcrips Part of my hope rests in the justness of him who rules the and holds in his hands the destinies of niauj Mnd and of Mypeoples sufferings are Punch gives a few f domestic definitions s corded in tie boot ofllis eternal j The place where children have the tears of my people munbercd in his scale their own and married men when I trust in Part of my hope rests in i they else ipieep WATCH MAKER AND tUte our and we VTe Took notfpr unmerited good lucksbutfor well merited rfr urard and we decided to merit But port of mv hope rests with Amer Jeans The distinguished patriot whom the genius of his powerful mind and the confi dence of his native land entitled act the of an interpreter of liia peoples mentaai the inauguration of ibis SMUT but spoken an irrefutable truth when he said that the resnlts of the battle of Elill will continue to rain 5n8nBiconot only uponyour lindeeS he right to Bay ai tho rising of and the blaze of noon be The who Is expected cliase without and on buttons Iie fpro which is to readiness when ever the master of house happens to be at homo it at thievish or I thought crosst Taoc lispnted shalMarinoht were celebrated at The cereinonial was npt But a few friends and only one jneath the miHrr effulgence of lunar comfanyofinfaatry escorted his rcniaib was formed of a magnificent tara of large e quiet of our usually still and Sab bathkeeping was disturbeil last about ten by the very indiff erent playing of something called a belonging to a sort of onehorse just then arrived on the Prairie UTe hope Marshall examine into the ordinance concerning tK loud and un usual noises in the night Almost to We tire informed that the track of the Al lon and Sangamon was laid across Mtivoupin creek on Friday evening and on Saturday evening they had progressed a milo nnd to within about five and a alf miles of Our Carlinville frcnds can almost set the their grand and we know rom the interest they have manifested iri the trbgrcsspf Hurry up ithe owners in regard to very small Tho or rather hull has been located for the present the foot of Plum Louis nwn in this says the Cincinnati the other day married a dumb woman weighing three hundred and sixty As or to Liv ingstons Law Ledger for our country lias whose annual income is not far from The Lantern says correspontlcnt as sures ws that Maine may be considered a de funct part of tho as the spirit has departcdto another Special i Thtf special session tho Legialature meets to day at the The session we have no doubt will be an and will call forth the talent roth VTe snallalsohayc an able correspondention ae and give all matters of interest at 10 earliest possible We havo made arrangements to get the pro eedings of each by thcsame and they will be published every doe with a greasy bone in his and a ooy with a cigar in his running tlirougn the streets are nuisances tlmfc ought to be The New York Mirror thus parodies SMOKING I knew by the smoke thiit so lazily ctufcd From hia twas a loafer I hitppohed lo if nnuisuncc there in tlic Twas isniokiiij cigars in a Twas and the ludies wuro jrlidirig Attd in many an eye shone the glittering liiit the lonfer anJI heard not a sound j Save the short hacking congh or each smoke smit1 j The most striking illustration of the saying that the pith of a ladys letter is tho which we ever heard was that ayoung laily having out to and riting home to her concluded in the jng words lt Youtctll sec my signature that I am dress was composed of White poarbj nnd The assembled dsi tcrs followed her Majeaj ty uhd her august circle from the saloon and picture gallery into the A qnadrillo was immediately and the Queen opened the ball with tho Duke of the visavis being his royal high liess Prince and her royal highness the Princess Tho ball haVing1 been dancing was commenced iuthe throne room with the rillo of The brothers Labitzky attended with their in this balf roomj and played the Refreshments wero during the eve to the numerous in the green and in the garter room and between 12 and 1 oclock supper was served to Her Majesty and her illustrious in j the State The service was en tirely of gold and gome of mo beautiful wpeeimens of artistic skill in the precious displayed on the long range of tables on which therepiwt was laid Single flowers of great and groups o plants in full occasionally ho gorgeous magnificence of the golden sor the whole being brilliantly lit with gold t E Amelancholy evi cnce of the caused by the spirit al is exhibited in a long state prepared for the press by Judge Ed of Kow who has occu icd a prominent position in the political af irs or that having becn State Sena Judge of nearly or quite all tho courts f the from the lowest to who is now Judge of the Court of Ap eak the highest court of adjtidicaturo m he The Philadelphia Leader says It seems tliat the Judges mind rejaed of late spi ritual by walling upon the subject he found himself econic impressible as a In this ondition ho has had interviews with tho William and What yery cu ousj Sir Isaac wjis still engaged in cousid ring the laws of and Frankr n was explaining spiritual manifestations j the They were all bright id After all uni had a glance fzero he saw them undergoing fruitless efforts to gratify the passions cy had been most swayed imagine no more melancholy than a powerful driven to I erge of by fiuch a net rofitable this deluding igs other and aim ir fraudulent indictable forob ininj mbner under false FOSBTIK new science in the art of and known as the science of SB making reat progress iri some The effort o get it into common schools has not yet suc but there is no telling how soon it for anything of such crazy nature is sure to take with some people The beauty and simplicity of the science highly adapt ft to the flowery field of as a machine rhymer admirably shown in that melan CLIPPER A ship is now wilding at East when finishet will be the largest merchant ship in the Her Custom llouse measurement of keel 240 on deck 265 Her upper deck has no anc on it will be the accommodations for all officers and This ship is intended for a voyage to Cal and from to India or Since the repeal of the British Navigation the American clipper ships have mo nopolized Jarge portion of the be tween the British possessions in and the mother They deliver their goods in about half the time of tho English bluff TUB TwoTiimns Baltimore Sun gives tbe following as tbe history of tho two thirds rule which was adnptod by the Dcmo choly Whoever stole onr old cratic National Couvontion of and has hen been rcndomed bv every Democratic Con n Vnn l Huevr stol or ol blue Thad betr letnr She ullez 2 egzoda Sundiz she lad vention since Conveotion of 1832 appointed a com mittee to report rules to govern its action iu making its In this convention the question was and discussed with some feeling as to what should be tbe rule the vots should be coa majority states which hat voted 1 e Panama grave yard is said to be fast filling up with our countrymen Many poor fellows who leave thcirhomes with high of obtaining wealth in tlic land of are CUA Seven Lordsj nine j si enbers of the Mayor of f toral a member of I now riropoacd the twothirds rule nnd with some scores of as a which wosndoptedjand ro in Irclari release o n he resistance of of obtaining wealth in the land I Ened to the majority states which had voted mi down in this pestilential for in or whether tho I minority which had voted against nine j should also be entitled to their fiuTelcc ompatr A youth last week to coi purchoFcd a purcussipn placed it their which might have been effected jbv iMimMrintibna between a portion of tFieir Commit the that two representing two divisions from be allowed to cast the vote of the After an anima teddebate the session June 116 Bu 20 Dodge3 8 4 Ken tucky voted for Cass Ohio voted one SECOND 118 94 THIKD 119 Buchanan 94 31 26 13 Hous 7 lj 1 3 FOCSTH 115 89 31 25 1 Hous 7 13 3 FIFTH 114 88 34 26 1 Hous 13 3 Sinn 88 SEVWTH 113 EIGHTS 112 TENTH 111 86 ELEVENTH 101 87 98 88 SEVENTEENTH 99 Buchan 87 50 11 13 Necessary to a Adjourned till nine EIGHTEENTH 96 83 TWENTYFIRST 60 Buchan 102 64 13 9 14 TWENTYSECOND 4S Buch 104 77 26 ButlerJ 15 9 13 TWENTYTHIRD 37 Buch 103 10 78 Jlar 26 20 13 TwENTYFonjTn 33 Buch 103 80 Jlar 26 9 12 34 Buch 101 D 79 26 5 29 stock There arc over onethird why have not given in for Cass under any consid 39th 106 23 33 5 SS Diuk 1 15 j 40th 107 27 33 85 1 Iloas 7 29 41st ballot exactly the same as 42d 102 27 33 91 1 Hous 5 29 43d 101 27 33 9Z 5 44th ballot same an 45th 96 27 32 97 1 Hous 5 29 38 93 1 5 1 41 47th 15 28 33 95 5 But 1 49 1 1 48th 72 2S 33 89 5 1 Hous 6 55 2 1 2 1 June Pierce and lady at Tremont TTas greatly surprised at Leaves for Concord on Xumerons Dispatch from Con says nomination received with tumul tuous salute Baltimore Convention adjourned sine The next Convention is to bo held in Cincin own slrongthj and tho minority upon his struck it with an idea aud it A BlOAMm A man namedSwa exploded and Wcw the unfortunate brams into an indigo lid a tyranical husband onemorn nz to his abused fel wish you would make meapairof should replied that one bosomas false as vours would be river are jger was drowned on Monday in a creek j near Gallipolisi while attempting to es t caiicifroriY a constable who was after him for BJJTWO WisaisMippi ai both filling 24 10 13 NEW June The Asia arrived at half past sis with 55 and from in floating cargoes at full ad for fine and full rates for with large cxpcrts for Pork commands full prices Ba con advanced Id Shoulders and hams The Franklin arrived at Cowos on the and tho Glasgow on Snnday ODil and had refused to take the path of NEW June Empire from Sew via Ha arrived this She arrived at Havana on tho with 93 anxiety in Cuba as to an inva The Government received a dispatch Jv the that invaders were about em or had done Preparations were consequently being The Crescent City California nearly 350 of gold dust in and large amount in hands of Senor ter to will sojourn in this country a short NEW June Ohio Flour Corn Pork and Lard 8 Ir2 to 8 and in Sugar Molasses Hio cargoes re 7tb The Democracy here express great being well known and Tho Hankers are keeping close At Richmond efpecially was wdl Virginia having set the Pierce bull in seconded by yorth He is bailed as the Virginia etersbarff dispitcbea from our delagntw vtaca for Pierce ss a good man and and the nomina tions are well received Thu nomination was received great aurpriw at and many imjdiries made who he Dispatches from prominent Southern vouch for Pierco as acceptable w the and that he will receive the At Pierce and King ae ceptatlc to the Our pronouRw Mm the thtt Xo mail beyond tonighL Three Orleans mails now South Carolina papers arc qoite indignant Gen eral who represented that Stato in tlw late Hambug dispatches were rcocired a on the Patriot bulletin announcing tliat had declined the which caused some ex The nomination of Pierco took tie towii by The DongTasites are and the say Ibcy Pierce 13 annoyed by the calls of polit ical Ha left the Treraont Ilouao privately laet night and took lodgings at There a a hat full of dipatchw ftr him at the Only a few tolitkal know hia the Baltimore ratification mMtinjr on Monument Saturday the speakers wcromihuainEtic and raised some enthusiasm among the who ywldtd Gus wifh great A better feeling prevailed at the prospect of breaking np cliques of oEca who had oat in case of the success of Douglaaa or TIic rants of the Democracy are now satisfied the Jlunkmare in OUR PRIVATE Extra Session Illinois June Both Hoiwa met at 10 of of of and pre sented their and look A committee of two on nart of in conjunc tion with a committee of ono on part of wcru appointed to wait upon the apjwicted to wait on the n ed tlmtbcwonltlcsndinnoommitnicatiDnatS M House adjonmed to that The senate met at 10 after eotno unimportant urntxl until 3 Both Houses met 2 oclock Thc e from tho Governor was received and Twenty pond copies ordered to be printed for tlio tee the legislature withont transacting any im nntfl 10 oclock The nominatioa of Picrmand King isrecwiTed bora is itch a ticket arf erarjrgood TVmocrBt ttta and tbe efitAiuuinra p very The ticket cbnUT not been rtronggr unless Dtmg the favorite of had been an the Tbe cars ran off the track this about three mil No one The walked into   

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