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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - June 25, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                K t t THE WEEKLY OEO T Tfcrms of the Dallr Jiacl fa porwm getting up Clirti yf I IlATfia OF AUX CUTMNG IN 3 m Spnngfiaa that he Legis lature Bill inost likdly adjourn within a rerj few da wsmWJl much cattle of xomplaint ma Slave existed t luurat nini lor Ballvmult KtonJri el o QOorcEithefflresentrGeneraltisscmblvii of ty concludal last let ter mii flMmoamiationof Picrcp tradTung v sylvama are tho will be elected from all auaaenTof thelJnionTig iuniultttousjjoj ia tbock Wlug National Convention The WhigsFabout Iicrcliavc bednin a of iiat two not i the Knd the andthemot perfeet then I iimnnnnJl n OF ADVERT1SXC par y AdvertiMneaU f nWrnlom to will lie fluuU tA EOOXiKD JOB in vatneftam with Mjr newfpijwrw w U9 mon cvntileta wwtroenu of Book andPtmcy JIILL CIBCOL4RS interim OF rosreSt Business I was the vast deal of Kcitenient and Du better shapes than thaold fir as weHcan wonncsihaving annill interrats arepul togc4erTnihesaiiiel dn t tncLt This JI i the ana lie characfer of Tjasfor the dipatdi t SBOOSD in Suidl JLf rjuid Hit i J XBIMMOCK WHOLESALE DEALEUS Cf BOOTS MO JxxiUirido Alton BOOK and Blank Book fc pabhom Chestnut bclwajn and SL v pmctiecain ce73 iine 3t si TMPORIEHS WJIOLKSAtE Daaci5 in all A desmptious Foreign and American ILutlivare anj Office at M K Insurance Co DEAIjER Ex Sficond A i BAOX3EJIKEAX Instructions gif en in the all the late B T L A W Offiee Alton COBOXEK OF StAJJISOX ASK JCS OP TUB PEACE of State Alton r Bestmy of iheTcoent census jt appears that Massachusetts has a populntion a frac tion over 126 persons to each square mile of while the injllmois is between 15 and 16 to tho pqaore That this State is capable of sustaining a larger on ihe sane extent of than no person acquainted with the soil and agricultural resources of two at all and jtt Tthen llli which is more than seren times as large shall become as densely settled as that State her population will number very nearly millions 1V3th the cxtcneiTe railroad im provements now going fonrard throughout her and the continued general pros perlty of the how long will it be be fore that period arrives Truly we possess a noble and one soon under Gods to be foremost amongthe great States of this great confederacy ulnthis nomination we no but the 0mon an3 harinonjbf the great pVr ty of t t Union and disunion owre united laea Ijand of upon forai of the and the Baiti partyHt ii It will be a into an election ger to rrhnicTonc rt tri new thing format jiarty t j tion with distiric lesffwith distinctly majority This disport tion public evidently vcr ijwpular the Legislature evening lias been consnm edjn the discussion of the Pike County H R to stride out the cnacbn to raise fdr waslostby orsomelegier satellite of thertarty bill ordered to a third reading JThia bil UjfolFnday stones position as tli been unable to 6n Terre St Louis is the hGWhig by the and will probably recpiv the same fateT and Itrr thefet excr carry their project through they begin to show signs of it to look and talk less confidently of their pros that the Conventionmay1 yetfdetermmc defeajcd to nmlepthe oloVcoVcrof no ddclarafion of pnncvjphjfJorlhc public cj C We TOtlithe jni fc AT in scbiwl blank vail inuslcol artacTcs Jt ORNAMENTAL Pa Inters lEl will paj juirfJculttr atlcntion 1o the paint ing of All Vinos of wpod and marble T Shi ova Paper ha jr done in the nsatest mBnner Wall Culonng er f on Attorney at Z opncw mar opposite terian MEBICAL Xr Banole Ilaimg located ni scK in rcspeetfnllf tendcra Ins professional semees to thw Office over atctealf s Book gccondstrecL Alton DEAIEBSIA HE1 CWin ISO BOOIS 4 MATS i ASD and ftsT THE KiiiusiEFixity perlormcd to a the best satisfaction of their audience last eveningThey will give a third and lust concert this emng An en tire change of programme is Death of a Young There is not a moment which but that leaves an impress full of instruction to those who are willing to heed its and while in the Providence of is much to fill us with hope and a joyfnl expec tatibn which shall be there are many warnings given to the that they may pause and ask themselves what shall be their When we see the full ma tared gram gathered into the we feel the propriety of the reapers in laying up for elso would waste in the but ne sometimes wonder when we see whose liarvcst Hour is always the sending forth his reapers cutting down the nst opened forgetting that He doeth all thingswell Death is alwajs start but when it invades our own it comes home to onrTieorts with treble force of lifewns fresher than oar has just departed from uur Mcxander L at the car s dissenting Notaword WTS said in the Conven ton about Eights and Southern Rights wrongs All seemed to settle down upon the old plaUTonn and on the basis of the Constitution and the compromise to7 hush the agitation Sutli as awaits the JIa tional nil bo equalled oulv bv that which swept over the country when the people arose in Iheir elected Gen Jackson over the coalition of the seceding led by Mr Clay and J Q Adorns The friends of the diaippointed candidates are satisfied with the nomination Iheyean not complain that their wab laid aside for one of the prominent candidates be fore the Convention It is true that Ciss and Buchanan are laid on the shell forever At thexlose both lull be too old for But thev have not sufficient influence to break down our ticket if they desired so to unlike TanBuren if he wished it could not Pennsylvania from the Democratic Coss has and his State in the Contention voted for Pierce Cass savs itis a good strong nominitions Houston says it is an excellent m ESDEBS Ms invfesional scrrices to the citizens X xif Alton aha He Tie found Drag Store of H COMMISSION GampleKwmfoTtho storage and ealc oj crerv dtfcription of I mn prepared to purchase orecll the on the most Uocrol Tdiwlv W T Office Central Warehouse AVATCH JIAKill AND State Blinoi5 MARK riEUSOX OXE PJIICE CASH SIOEE t DEA1XBS IN tc AND AT ASJ JlSHCEOilHt Iv age of unexpectedly to his young and en to his rela summoned hence and though bur sympathies cannot recall it may be plea sant to the mourning familv circle to know that others sorrow with and that the memory of their son and brother will hecher ished with aflectionate remembrance by ma ny who loved him while In ing Yet w e would not Wefecl assurcdof his present exceeding freed from it will unite tvith theDemoeracv Dougl iss sajs I congratulate the Democratic Party upon the and Illinois will Piorce a larger majority than any State in the Union The fast gun has been fired at the Capitol of the United States Dem has been elected today Mayor of by a majority of Such a result bos not occurred once in the histo ry of iroshington Gqn VannCsS Dem was once elected i JIayor of the It is said that Cass and Douglass both spoke to day in the e endorsing the nomination I heard Douglas say last night that he would canvass 23 States for Pierce and King lie has lost no caste by his de He comes oat of the contest and ready to do his his whole dutj and nothing short of his duty to the New and Pennsylvania will occupvmuch of his These two States are the battle ground in the as will elect the Prcm and it seems to be conceded by all that Pierce and King will bo more likely to c irry than any ticket which could e been unless Douglas lud been at the head of it tf i t FW tbe fuuritivn r i J J 4 nit enceof Ji frOitf oCllieSbiffi ratification held in induced to support him for tbeErraisponsnc to the nominaVons Vice jnudejjj theDemocratie at Baltimoie AJietter per vades jour political than for some time and with the exception of tho ex treme Free the notfunations will re ceive the vcrj general support of your party throughout this State t t ii Gen Pierce is not as by one its Douglas would haio and is only his equal in one and that uncompromi sing devotion to his party and its The Northwest wus entitled to the but for the that the Wes of the was divided between Cos and the would havereceive the nomimtion with case If the se lect os their th contest be close and bitter ci thec up the South he proclaimed a ind the fricnU of ine institutiou laafc intelhgeniie from in reference to tho strength ofe the except thit jirjiate ditjtatch3 noticed in the tl ing an account of a bal er took represented Pill loi more as out of the and thit the contest was betvrten Scott ind the latter ahead ThatFiUinoe lus received tlic go is more Uiin but thit Web ster will be we do not These bedite old who c been suppo ing that FiUinoro was the great mm of the andthitnoton y all tho but m inv DemocnitSj c willing to continue him in the 1rcaidcn ial inaj as well giro in first ire no doubt doomed to disappoint JEven ifljllniore were he could scarcely cirrv Northern there is too much Democracy m South for a m of his principles to get otes from that quarter Websters chance for an election would be no better than and without special knowledge of the quarrels and secrets of theHTiigfiimilyjfor the leneSt of our Whig who arc just now looking with longing towards Ual 1 Theljrews by Telegraph lf J r IjfE WHUJ NATIONAL PROCEED1 INCS JVade so THBOIGK C3 Oar ydung friend Abrajn Ferguson iirnvetl home from California yesterday mor A AND VltAT OUT OTEE THE LEFT r t 1 I i i 4 I 1 IJ t XJic good people ofvAlton not a httlc by receipt oLtbcnows of tBciioinmatiou df andhas not tnownjt sit t thq some thceo ypara We tic o a pretty good share of tho metal of to crowded out i Will apjfearto morrow tho ttronj and all other telegraphic put togetherr And thts news was in no by tlw Altqti that line r soul antl m sothafc Coiiricr cannot gel sin Ie at from that for or money in this June The lone njrony QVC TOO has been akep in House on tho paseano oi tBe Torre Haute and Missiasii Courier tcr which by Ayes 33 this projcci Been deleatetlj and icainarc tliefitzuub of aaonnd eyliall not complftni dt the monopoly oytlic our Whig friends tanously ex rcised The Scott men stalk hands ato their breeches crow ed The ilhnorc ites sighed and looked ndeaiorcd to ippgar while he moretndiflerent portioaof that party a they coald lick the locofdcos nnd Ihej kept up steam y liberally patronizing the saloonbauid coffee all the Some of our friend trimc in to con the extreme agony racked his whole frame dtmngiusJast freed from sm and all its evil for he lived a virtuous trusted In his and is now reaping the reward reserved for the right COUNSELOR JCSTICE QFXHE CHESTNUT fc COCNSETXJRS Alacouptn Countj DAVIS t ATXORXEVS AT AND GENERAL LAST Office on Alton DAVID A1TORNEVS AND COUNSELORS AND GENERAL LAND AGENTS FOR THE STATE OF ILLINOIS Office on fe MJQOLESACE COMMISSION JUO FOitWARDIXd iTERCHAKTS GOODRICH ATIORXEYS AXD ATtAW7 Illinois AKD over thoitore of Gco r AT LAVT Ollre one door from JOHN ATTORNEY ANi COUNSELOR AT LAW Slactmpin RYBIE fc WTIOKTJSALE AND JVM COMMlffilOV ItARRl CO AXD RETAIL DEALERS m We learn from the Slinnesota Demo that on Thurseay night of last during a heavy thunder storm at Willow Eav VVisconsiDj two men and several severely injured They were and were in camp The bght cnmg first struck the adjacent glanced off to a near and then into the tent of the f A third lying be tween the two men kdletI3 escaped unhurt SroEJt rs Tho Couner presents a barren this go far as telegraphic and general news matters are Anticipating a great quantity of telegraphic yesterday we had made our arrangements But the incessant and flashing of the electric prevented the receipt of com munications from a distance There being so much to learn of the Icgislativo movements at and the proceedings of the Baltimore Whig Con we shall issue extras if any important jicws is Frouithecor Douglass enthusiastic indiscreet it still single and Itis a matter of re gret to that certain Tennessee politi with no very prominent points to re commend took him into their especial keeping without inv particular authonh to do took the mitiatue in all nominated when were hardly fit to command a squad torelieve we will our ovrn surmises as to what the Com ention will ell know mg thit the result will soona pethips before this aper goes to determine whether we guessed right TVo expect thit notwithstanding ill that has been said m certain Whig qu irtcrs in f nor of the ind the determination of the VThi0s to sup port no man not committed to its that the universil Vhig party vrill c to t ike Scott as he ind thit they will soon be henrd hallooing as lustily for the Hero of as if had never denounced military chieftains generally and den Scott mparticuHr f Poor Whiggcryj if the result should prove theiruth of bhojld bo in clined io pity its did we not know tlut they areiecustomed to change fronts of therefore the chingc gives them but little Another daj will determine wheth er our strong 1 jlbioreitcs are to throw up their hits for Scott or not J is no othe STEAM Wo Icarnj from n re guard Some of th lUmois delcgationhave contributed to foot some of their election eering not much objectionTrasmade to All of them had to spare to promote the welfare of the m addition to the two or three hun dred expended jn coining and it was given freelyDoaghss claims are only de and if he and falls into proper he mil be hard to beat m ISoG tt ith the young hickory of the Granite Hills ourstandard andthe old Jackson pnnciples of retrenchment ind and patronage of thcFedenl Goernmcnt inscri bed upon itj a tertain and glorious linblc that Air Thos his sold his horse ferrj bo and lllun e on as soon as be make necessary hithwill probably tika two or weeks Gen Scmple is the purthaaer of the liorsu joat He t ikes it up the rn to his land ind wilt hereifter have a regular terry across the Mississippi nominccthon can they carry cither o three greafStates of Penusyl vonia and Ohio and whoever he must receive the electoral vot of one these three greafc Tinsfac gives additional zest to Convention wliich is to assemble in Baltimore and both speculation and fcelingrunshighin ns to the result of its deliberations among the active politicians of both parties My own opinion Gen Scott will be tri umphantly by Conven notwithstanding the strenuous efforts oi Executive to defeat arrival the Irish whose escape from British hailed withjoyand gratitude all over this hind of among awakened of i will develop itself of our or three Before it was known beyond a very lira ofintimate friends andhisunos retiring him troops of among all sects Jt much to induce him to submit to a public but tho kindness of his desire not to of of fcncc to rather than the hitt hfte made him jield in this respect The most extensile preparations are making public demonstration his and it will be one of the m nificent feteSj of the gotten up ole with us lamented our end f ite had en gaged pasbiige for us up Salt on a pleasant and commodious and would do all in their power to alleviate oar sorrows They nere certain that of Chcrubus and Palo ind and Bueua l and and Sew and nnd aud the battle of the to i o jld c a a terrible purge to the Dernourx y v ould run us off into in douoleqmuk nndwemust to thai noted nattring lace for our health But it so that this the energetic Wado line was all a HOr AX j Stale policy apphanC ias been USD ei en means resorteu to carry this measure through the but the 9 bejnfjctedupoVeompa ulready Logisl ifcurc as HO a mffjorjty of neither HOITQ could be mdiiccdtS pcrpciratc it tion which Bi5 beoT so long agitated is set the struggle in we have been so long engaged is ended ajid endptl I ought rot to neslccfc that the bill to charter PiVe Railroad Comna nv commencing at Copied andtcmnnating ntu point oppositellmmhal rn Mo anfl bear ing the same relation to the road from Quincy to that and Mias isnppi does to Terre Haate and was put upon its pibsagc and shared the same as its illustrious predecerao After the big fight was the House passed withsome the Senate bill road from SprmgfioH to Terre Haute with but slight opposition The Deuioirutic ratification meeting camcs off to and wo are Whig National t Mr of intradaced a resolu inn to appoint ivcoinmfttec of one from each to report the arcs 1 i The morning rex in favor of forjning i pmtfornij ex pressive of the sentimentsof of th authorizing each Stato to select one member from the report a wnrtPj n icd each member efsald CbannittCffto cngtm Somali fidl filGdoral ad An amendment giving members of Platform wot mittee power to cust full electoral under Mi of mo rcd an amendment of the foregoing amend ment members committee to cast doctoral vote of imp mode a powerful speech defjending Penn N and Oh from tion to Compromise nieisurcs Mr rtiiCoarer EDITOR Tho wlurfboat to be used bv The Vhig National Convention had done no j thcj were itiU sireating nwa in along about the or or 50th somewhere or otlier away up n tho The child was yet named The OReill Lino soon brought the correct news ive published it tte people Scott men a ocofoto the 1 illmoreitcs groaned Condensed Paragraphs n hoping thit it ought be so but the I The National Era announces that Grace adiflerent sort were too far gone by Greenwood s letters from Europe are to be Messrs Eder and as a coal depot was tpvveq last and now thut it is ind Messrs Ruler and tmer sonliavo gone to the soaie we hear it mooted that effort will bo m idc to deter the caun il from granting them the privilege of letting it hv nt the Lan din Irom all that we can hear in relation to the j udging f rpm thoso who wo have berd ipcuk ot it thoso persons who tne to do on tho hnl the ob jecticm to and only those who are afraid that and to greater than that object to it It is to be hoped that the 1 will at least defer auv action in the until tlnsc who arc rnot interested in but irho are fighting our Battles are at home to the1 thejarge States to overpower th1 sovereignly the of miie a powerful de nouncing the aa and that tho movement wouH crash the AVhig p and protested against anv attempt to crush the smaller Mr oC3Idss that cicUing subjects would hid a ide until the Com mittee on credentials reported wluch woald not continue in Bcssinriwhilo tfeedehato was progrcssiag He therefore moved an ad journment until Friday 10 oclock which was adjourn eastern line and no dw patches the since terday morning defend their Interests to care about anything IJut at dark tho Wade line caved ad mitted thev had been Telegraph mth a sad ami palled down icir red flanel feeling sheepish at being ins extensively The Scott owercd their cc narratives ibout a cud and been seen p to this timeThe with great al stood their and expressed ic r confidence m that Dinno ho they believed would work out wise and cneficcnt plans and even in a j Giles copvnghted by that and therefore not be copied Amsng the recent discoveries at Xmevah was the body of a evidently belonging to the court Her garments were cntircs her was closed with gold andber face was coveredwith a exactly fitted to The Tom Moore of gave a grand poets ri ly The beat and cloiucnt speech of tho cvtning tras madebv Ueuir VARM morning the steamers and A our levee nt about the same the Altona in The black smoke rolled out from their as though some talltraveling was to per learn that the Altqiia passed them in u little less than no awaits us ALTON rcspondcnfte of Sacramento leant that the expulsion of the Chmcso gold digers hag commenced in the Ih foDowjng is the letter Jvorih Fork l 1Mcnt corner of Sco StntcFlroci t BEBOir fc OOODV and etc CommissionandFor KBTAlL dotlen in VV and cvwy thing w their Altoh 3 W HOLESALE jn ttncg cqroer of State and t A JTotaiyWIiei oudCAnnusBionorforthe Stotc at Mjraottrf on Sac 3Iay 18o2 oxci ton ent in regard to the Chinese is rapidly extending the banls of the2CorthForkof theJjncncanlUv CTj anfl daily expulsions are taking place This morning some sixty Americans ranged down the river some four driving off two quietly removing their tents etnctly respecting tb eir persons nnd except m one when A Celestial seemed inclined to bo obstreperous his cradlo was thrown into tho ntended to The same company to Horse Shoo Bar th5fe afternoon to concert measures f the miners there sqnie dred lotiated at that band of engaged Ao accompany the cped4i and anything but hun ME EDITOR that youhaie not been jnT the habit of attending the anniversa ry of Jlonticello Female and the Annual Commencement of Shurtleff College If you and have enjoyed the exercises of each to the same extent that I hat I am sure that ere this you would Iwue in terposed your protest against the which has broken up the good old custom of celebrating the above occasions at periods If I ant not greatly mistaken the change in the was made by the old gea tleman in tbo who seem to have for gotten that they wore more or less in fluenced by what we moderns understand by the term gallantry Now it does seem to that for the Col lege to hold its most interesting and at traction display of intellectual upon the daj of the Annn erarj of the the existence among its of unsvmpatbising spirit towards its courtly magnanimous and mcing also the want of a duo appreci ation of the array of gem us and mental which Mbntiecllo net er fails to serve up lo admiring at I hat efrequently attended both and never failed to see at a Suir representationof the showing that each nasals morejs from enjoying IhonQihcarrangemcnt will be changed ft f COKKBSPONDEffCE une I haveljut httlc of interest to communicate A considerable imount of busmesj is transacted by the but the large propoitjon of it is of local and except to those immediately in terested in The Senate wis occupied during the fore in the discussion of tlve homestead ex emption after i winn ind able was finally referred to the appropri ate with instructions to report a modifying the present lawj and requir other the nytry of m to claiui the benefits of its provis A greet rtilTercnce of opinion among different in relation tothis ono portion insisting upon an uncondi tional another of a modifica tion of its and still de ermined to resist any think the aw will be modified ns indicated bj them structions to the Senate In the Mr from the commit tee on reported a grint ing the central railro id additional in procuring the right of wij Although a small matter it met with opposi and was finiUy referred to i select com of which Mr Snyder is Chiinaan in thih world renowned city Delegations from all and arc waiting upon and muting him to most of which he poii as his desire is quietly to as sume the position of a rather th m to seek notoriety and distinction of this kind Hoiv course from Kos n ho seems to be unless he i stirring up some in u Inch he can figure to advantage It the natural difference between a selfinflated who upon public as a toad feeds upon the apor of a dungeon I suppose you are aware that the construe tion of the Alton and Terre Haute depends to some upon the refusal of your Ltgisl to grant the right of waj to the Tcrro Haute and The reason for this in the construction of your arcsatisfied that one road from TerreHante would abundantly and the stock be among the beat m the if two arc neither will pij It for the not onlyof the State of but of flie elmg that j our Legislature should so direct its as to secure tha ofyour by avoiding to which T allude It be well for as an to think of I will write crewtwisting andwireworking Whig Cou atiOQ V calm and peaceful Sabbath has ensued be enervated frame of man has been re vived and refreshed md our Whig ft tends will be on hand tj dai prjtired foranv read to ride an be jt white or or a mare or the National Convention may place upon the trackr Our fricads of the Telegmphxwil fling out that aw ful red rag to the and Hnc wili doubtless continue to anticipate tb uout and chronicle it to nations So nlbtcit bo George Nacc and sentenced to thePenitentiarjfor ssven waa married la jail at oh theSth t to a voting pi in in fl few days W During the evening theHonscwent into committee of the on the Terre Haute and Louis bill after a warm and exciting re ported back to tho and passed to the thud Its fate is somewhat doubt ful in the butl stillbclievo it will not lass If it itiull never icalcr in the Senate June 1852 The Senate darrng Uio most of the morn sston iscussion ASD dcatert in the nuneWandnearlyaUSf Senex anquires in Tcle Pierce of N jusfcasGen opinion J0rderea him to among the miners 1fr regard to jEho and imnortation of Chin r to have public It IlOACtA coons ANT f GEO Slulc f conee could only be got at a great expense made his plate of soup F0ER11 W jgff n bill introduced by fan ing its object of Ihe laws the Judges of tiro Supreme This grave ses aroused to somcthmgTery nearly np prdiching Tn Tpiith Messrs our R 3 read the he would luvxe tcirocd that the anniversary of Monti cello Female will take place ou the 23d and that of ShurtlefT on the 24Ui It ni1 be for those who to attend both The gentlemen iatho cry the Mpn ticcllo and would wo appro dc ignedlj throw any obstacle in the of ittcnd incc on its amm ersancs June ISth KSD or A letter from Sauli Ste to the Cleveland Plain says the St I ouv tli gvics a narratne of anill assorted which we have con dcnst d to suit our spice In IStW and the exhibited a number of Indians in union whom wis in interpreter Sarah then abeautiful English girl of be came enamored of and were inirned Onreacbmg the rom incc of lot e was for two or throe j ears they resided on the b ink fof the m er St on on the little property bho was pospeesedofj And at the where she taught t rentt and to tho time of her decease She retaibed her bcautj to the although ex posed to many hardships by in EoUffc mth an Indian husband Sho ditd m Chinese m California i observe with that stepsare be ing taken in California to drive the Chinese from the and an effort is also being through tho State authorities to pre vent or limit theirLfurther emigration to the We arc perhaps too remote from Califor and too little knowledge of the ac tu il state of to appreciate fulfy the cause of the Chi reasons for their but the chief complaint urged against so far as wealthy Chinese employ tiicir countrymen and send them as laborers to themselves receiving the largest share of the This may be It would per better for Cihfurmaif all the go raised from her mines could be retained but we all know that the t pro ceils of the ratnea is I ibroa Companies areformed in 1 other for working the mines i io fn as we person in their employ aro pemuted to work then without The Chinese ire a inpffcnsive pco hitherto shut to a great fioi the commerce of tho aatl ono grea benefit to arise out of the settlement ofCa we h td would be tho c On Mr and 3Irs of drovmed at XoUirig overboard from the steamer Buckeye jLhreejcarsngoaman m Mississippi elicat ediisoutofttwcntv now his son has cheated us out of about the same The voung mans propensity to cheat i prob ablj the only thing he ever cime honestly br ThoXew notea the thai sevcriil of the Eastern Health InsuroneC com panies are winding up business haying paid out a much greater amount of funds than they mvc A GOOD FEE Boston Cs3 Contentions are rather espensne It supposed that the expenses of he late Democratic Conreniion wiU bo over thousand 3 The of Wesicin wool is ind to eseeed that of from ten ro hftetn per gc both Supreme and was that there arc TWEVn FOOT THOCSAKD A fortunately children to mourn the sad effects of an infitimted matrimonial mateh nis Some of our Whig eotempon ncs ore publishing tho results of Presidential on board seeming to encouragement nnd consol itj jpn therebj considering them as indicntp 6 of tno IJuf it shonld be remember o Itlmt tho and of from their mcli nntionavand agetgenerally The oniony twhom lie the mam strength of the Democratic s Eliza of a more direct and extensive iuterconrs n ith andchns tianity might be introduced among the mil HODS of that benighted Tho Celestials by niisifig AngloSaxons in Califor would soon acquire a knoivlcdge of ou our our institutions and our religion untl such thorn as re turned would soou spread the knowledge thn among their countrymen home The people of Cftlifornii inij from Lhe Chinese in ways that we bu the causes sliould be scriousj and the1 dahge befo should the full ilexes guarantied to all people nations by onr and wh CIUQC this hajlcl wthe iiUuin for the oppressed ot ehme er eoincs to the Unifttl no mittcr from what so long ds ha demaoni as a peace tble auJ submits to the should not bo molested The Light HoiiSQ3groccrvwa3 bro ken into on and i s quantitj of money t ikon exist nsto the did it j rOne ranfios her dinghtcr TnTatt Considerable whiskey wis cd around we should if agrcat dciil of shouting and quarrelling and noisft and confusion is any evid last Saturday night We arc aware that this is an age at spiritual man and tolerated by many good it will be well fo 3Iar shall Pmekird to keep an eye out eof the German in 3rder to check which in impo ed a tax of from seven teen to eighteen for tho right to bive 14 OJO are put Ujj iu tJe TTnitcil States There are foyty of religious worsliip in fhc Memphis inquirer savs tlc reg ular biimmor have eomjiencel m that The Illinois Central company ona dolli pr d tv w ill be piitt Of tb 27i female transport ed to theWest by 205 have since Tho Terre Haute Courier savs that the other TO ire supposed to be hiin0 in The Masonic Temple about to be e Ulinois June iliUer offered r a resolution that additional number copies of Auditors report on the for the year to amend charier of Illinois tntl Railroad ras taken Siian offered an in substance re quiring thv company to pood faith at the Southern fennTnng of the in its constructibnj simultaneoosly with the Northern portion of tho track On motion of Mr it was made the order of dav In committee of the the House bill was token up hour3and tot amend gen eral law of construction of to amend chapter 93 of Keviaed stat utesi in relation to Act to chansje tiine ofholding courts ia 10th Judicial Act making further ment of the Bank of was taken and referred to a Selectcommitteebf Lindcr arid the Constitution m respect to resitntting the session of and salarr of occupied of the morning session The proposi tion recommended annual sessions or the and a per diem salary of S3 lor 42 per day and 15 cents tier mile for their Thomas oBcrCtt a recommending a biennial session of 70 in lieu of 42 which was7 but inother respects iikethefirst iroposUion in the 44 to it requiring i twothirds It will be billto authorize the citv council of to issue bonds to the and Oquaqua Kailroad company act to Firemens Benevolent Aasoela tJon of Chicago and for other were token up and SEA ITE Passed Vet to incorpo rate Southern Illinois Bailroad To cTmnge time for holding conrts in the 1st and 5th Judicial circaito To amend an act establishing twelve Judic ial To imend aut providing for townihip or ganization Theb 11 relative to Ciiro Citv propcrtr3 was The resolution to adjourn amended the House ferrcd to r f Lncertim when tie Legislature wil ad Severalmembers participated It was finallv lost by a vote oX asej yestwdav vris taken up and to rhe Committee on the Tudiciarv G D and Wholesale and Kutuil dtiiicr iu IIAKNESS HAS on onI enaalantlr Harness an 1 s irt a Banm a Ilaro Boards w s Sait Antooivr nnl maduap in thetiittstanJ oi siifi trnwT botly Jilbizra ontl jiriccflT Water and dealer Butftiln llotse C inls mi 1 1 nnj mU Wb pa intl ff all Idndi C and varying in pntc cents to Fine The great increase ia f ar fmo ILuncw will justify mfr in kccpng firora five tosuren fine of wtiid latest ttylos l be w nstantly uwl as the country Tlur bras and silver it is will be de Ihe most ccgnnt public building n the The Herald that tobacco exceeding scarce in that counts anJ those nluited out do cot promise wel TbeTiucenncs la Gazette savs the wheat in the neighboring part of Illinois pre sents very rne s for an abundant RARS dcvstootl that our town is improving as y in this the around is adostnois an I farm n less Me two iourbj tmeloftho Oreat notwithstanding our town now contains jut one hotel Jc Reptj but its eapu tics arc such iis to accomodjite but a very in portion of the travelers antf vis tors to our place Wo therefore fed safe in to hotel keeper all the access he coucj rcxnon iblc dcsire31C he will ome to our torn putupa gojrfbuiHinjand eep a good house n us a nial cuulcunat abort Inanj fogira itrlcto niit7 nnd at Itlialc w room aivS will be Itcpt ct w li ft ffooH aasortmcnt of aadillcry suitable to tbc J will tafcc likasure in mv irljoJcfalestouk to mer chants visittnj atill prcatcir plertsnre in con vtncintc them that as smoothly ami duraljTv uia4lir and dt Bu It pnrC3 j nJy us lew ot onv house in the 0 D VARIETY AXJ FKVJI SXORE woufil rcspcctftiUj lafptm hepuhiic ttiiit incnnctxticu wilU u neat Ics CKRAX EAIISO sinl received frem Ifew ono of Swxvs bywhaJi withoat use of She will beep a variety rfJrnita in them non on I a jr at of Tojs for tliiftlrtu Mortal Ittatru mcntscf djacrcnt Culi and 3re fvr ami vcn 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