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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - July 2, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                21 Social anb general Ntros FRIDAY JULY l VOLUME USE JtlTOX COUBJEB I XTBUSBED rVEET ErCET SC5DAT V BBOWH i JASOAUBLE ad Week J u JWWR cetUc p s 13 w n JLATXS OF IN ftrrt 8100 2 without I il per C C lor the Daily mail te In by 4 oclock ot day KATES OP AnVERTUiC of f 1 O ch 4 cttt for Wealdeort w insirUon iA llena dUwttrtott tlit wfU be nude t SODS JHD JOB IB trftti oar newjp Book and Fancy Job j erfabiiihmeot dona he visit tie city Susinc0s EECOXD lEALERS in StuJdleiyIIardB and Saddlers ani Jcera DI3IMOCK t jraoLESALE DEALHiS IS BOOTS AXB Booth side SecondsU Alton OOK and Block Book Mstinf Lblican ChcsUiut between Ad SU at practicrs in Miiooari and B office 73 Fine fit TOPIISG t f MPOKTEKS AND WHOLESALE in all descriptions of Foreign and American Hardware 3 CHARLES JOTARY Office at SL Inannmee Gl IN DUT SecoHd JOHN DACOEKKEAN L Alton i JfSf Instmctions given in the all the laic ATTORSEV Office on SHERMAN OEONER OF MADISOX AND JlS S TICK OP THE PEACE corner of State and up Alton 7HOLESALE AND RETAIL dealers in sebool misccllaacous and blank 1 window musical and f aocy articles JUNE CKROSICL33S Of the Assembly of tie Elders of Whig the Now jt came to pass in the third and las ytar of tho reign of the i the month called on the IGth day of tl that the elders and wise men of t children of Whiggery had come from tl Xorth and the South the East and the Wes and gathered themselvia together in tlie goot ly city of take counsel one leat the sceptre should depar from them and they Bpake among them Behold how Democracy waxes an they the household of do incrcas and multiply and we fear the the lawgiver from Wewou not that this man should rule over No therefor c let us deal and choose from OH whose fame has been spread abroad through the lengtham breadth of the a mighty o whom it shall be there is none like him then shall many come up on our and w shall still hold rule over our an over this goodly Now they had assembled with high hopes imd glad thinking within themselves that that which they would d quickly butlo tho evil spirit of contentio came into their and the of th South rose up against their brethren of th and aaid unto them Verily hast thou brought upon an ev whereby thou hast injured our gobc this have we great indignation against Now all this mischief has bee caused by one Burnamod RAVXOND j himsha hou cast out of the and so ehaj the breach be Then a scroll was brought forthj called th scroll of the and from it there was A ORKAMEKTAL will pay narticulcr aUentioiilo tttv pwnt l kuiasof ooi and mirUo Paper IVoIl done in the neatest on jj SLap Brovvns L Jieoiys O Xxirl Attornry al on 2dr necrlv oppwilc tlie Prcsbv 3U t MEDICAL located lamelf in tenders his professional services to the of this Ollico Metcalfs tnaySJdAHJ sci and i DEALERS IX DRY CLOTH ING BOOTS k MATS AND Also Commlian aud soiricesto the citizens A of Alton and lie may Ve found at tlie Drag Store of Bam A comer of Scccnd and H AVISO ample room for tbo storage and eale oj every description of jirodnce and I I am prepared to purchase or dell the liberal ffiec Central lvl Office WATCH MAKER AND State MAJ1K PI Kit SOX A 0KB PRICE CASH STORE MOREAN I IN ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT ANI JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I ATTORNEY AJfD COUNSELOR AT AXD JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I1L CHESTNUT AXTOBSEYS AXD COUNSELORS AT LAW Afacoupm DAVIS ATTORNEYS AT GENERAL LAND AGENTS j Office on DAVID HENRY ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT AND GENfRAL AOEXTS FOR THE STATE OF ILLINOIS j Offico on read to all the that which did miik the men of the South to burn with ant cowl with rage but all they of the tribe o corr did laugh them to Then RATMOSD rose up to justify himself and said Men and verily I am grievcc n for false testimony hath been born gainst and I wot not how ic that I vho am least of all the should bin er the councils of our wise Pcrad eiiture a Webb hath spread a and ball not be able to Hearken and when I declare nto yon that me thing whereof I am accus d is not and that the hearts of the men of the are knit to the hearts their brethren of the as tho soul of Jonathan was to that of Tia their prayer and that neither in life or death ahall they be east me not forth from the council of the When they of the South heard these they believed them not they jdd restrain their anger and smooth their insomuch that RAYMOND THIS And it came to pass that the ciders did pro ceed to number the hosts of the tribes of the children of Whiggery and they of the tribe of did number 133 They of the tribe of 131 souls of the tribe of 29 Now these latter were not many in but they were mighty men of ready to battle for their chief against all the hosts of the for they said he is like a Now the elders not being all of one and the evil spirit of contention being still amongst it did take them many davs to determine which one of their number should rule over his brethren on the sixth day it was that while many of the house of Daniel did stand every man to his that nine did forsake their together with part of tho houso of being weary of their hard had treacherously joined themselves to anoth er and proclaimed ScoTrruler in Whig But when it was noised abroad that DAN the the had been cast aside for one whose valor brought destruction on a hasty plate of and who nftver felt save of a fire in the then the people that the wisdom of tho elders of Whiggcry should be bronght to nought and that they would not bow down nor serve a chieftain mighty in war only whose fame was as sounding and his glory as a tinkling symbol but would rather choose him who was not only able to Pierce the enemies of the land in the day of but also bad understanding to rule it wisely in time of ETT PAPER AT have re elved the first number of a new weekly papei ust started at named the Illinois Unionist and It has a very respectful and is ia thoroughly as need It is tinted On a large sheet j at per b Sxow and gives evidence of talcm n its editorial I LLA1T WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION AND FORWARDING JUtttCUAXTS ami COODRICII it ATTORXEIS AAD CQlXSELORS jrsftcE OFTOE NOTARY AND GENERAL LiND Office over tho stars of JOHN A T T 0 R N E Y A T L A AV Hire one door Iron ATTOBSEV ASD OOUNSSm AT LAW Maeoupin JIVRIE fc AND VD COMJIISSIOX MEKCIMSTS Fnntnnd HARRY TTrHOLE3ALE AND ItETAIL DEALERS in Patent fetcj career of Sec ond and DEBOW t IX D11Y boots Md iJ wanlmg LUSTRE Ic WHOLE5ALE AXB KETAtL dralere in dye pcrf patent irindou Mid every thin in their line of bnsinc5s ISAAC DEA1EU is stoplo imJ f V V Tariety c ondfumifihin 4 AND RETAIL dealers in boots V and dry awl family gro epmsrcf SUtc and t TTORXEY AXI COOSSEUOB AT and XuUnJuUm ajjaComDiianoiiorfortbo State of Missouri for talon Office on Sec IIOAGLAM k DEALERS IN PRY BOOTS AND ATTOEVET AKD COUNSELOR AT AND Office on Alton COLLEGE yesterday the Commencement exercises of this Institution took at the in Upper Theday being and the occasion being generally known as an attractive as maybe there a very full JUiddlc and tbo surrounding coun were largely and tlie lovely streets and milks ol Upper Town were throng ed throughout tho The ciercises of the College were Xcry creditable to the The Ora tions wore well to the clothed in choice Of course there was some margin given for were criticism proper on such an But moor af the productions would do credit to Far older laborers in the field of The ciereiscs were varied with dis coursed by the Brooklyn Brass aud considering flto short length of time the Band has been and vfas a good performance In the John Car rolltoO delivered a most excellent jeforc the Alpha Zeta and to a full audience of citizens We have of ten heard Bnsscll address an mt upon this he surpassed all pre vious as ire His address was deep in diversified in range of sab clothed in most beautiful and f containing many passages of what we conccivo to true His remarks were ad dressed to the young students and the object aimed by the was to impress those young minds with the impor tance of oad in tho honorable and exalted paths and to illustrate the print of themcdiunijthat wherethere is a there is The address was listened with profound and a unanimous vote of thanks of fered by tho its close for the rich intellectual We hops to see that Address will rwi Other exercises wen io take dnrin the but our time would not adm of attending Will some friend give u an account of them MASONIC CELEBEATIOX AT Umai The customary anniversary of John was observed by tho Masonic Si cicty of Upper and many members i the as fronrthis city A procession was formed at tho Masou numbering over 150 and pre ceded by a band of marched to th Methodist to listen on address b of We wish we had more room to enlarge upo the than ws at this complete Man strong points were made in that ivcrfl new and jiovelj so nuicheo that we min but the Oh publishing ajiiorn ing when ail our wpy coines i at Bis illustrations ancc entertaining and the historical knowledge evinced by tfc in making so good a case for the or as regards its its great an its usefulness in the was most com e have since that a move has cen that thisAddress shall beprinl considering it as a ry and historical that the infor mation is After the the procession formed of members of the and invite and marched to an adjacent grove where an elegant repast was in ore informed that over 300 persons sat do o the and that everything passed o and to the satisfaction of al CKACr orHAScocK dem ocrats Of this County met in Convention a Carthage a few days and nominated th Dins of for Congress Ie is of the most prominent men in tha and stands deservedly high amon all There is no doubt about tha if Davis is the The Maine town elections now foot up or sustaining the liquor 122 agains ij 38 j divided or OHIO AND Missssirri papers of come to us filled wit be proceedings of the Board of Directors o tic Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Company and the proceedings of the City Council with reference We will prepare and publish an abstract o uch parts as would be likely to interest au eadcrs in a few Judge ELLIS of arrived ere yesterday from lie leaves ere this morning for Louis GILLESPIE and of the and CASEY ad of the House arrived hcreyestcr and took rooms at the Franklin Buckmastcr also arrived on the cars last June The Senate have done but little except to pass the House providing for ie disposition of the swamp lands donated the State by tho general government be speakers of both Houses have presided ver the deliberations of their respective odiea with ability and The clerks both Houses have performed the laborious utics of their offiecsfaithfullyand e doorkeepers have been attentive and ac the almost without corteous and and c session taken with tlie cxcep oh of the has passed off pleasantly id A proposition for an amendment to the regulating sessions of the gcne 1 Assembly which provided for increasing e pay of members to throe dollars per rtho first sixty and to two dollars per ay after that was lost this evening in a decided Both Houses will hold night sessions j I ad intended to stay until the ut find myself obliged to leave by the stage ia I have nothing but to moke my best iv to the readers of the Courier and bid cm adieu STEAMEK JCXE Editor to seat myself to inform you ofour thus We left Alton on the fine steamer lli crnia for and received every ention from her skillful and gentlemanly and I cordially recommend hcrto the ivelling We arrived in in me for and to take the canal cket Wo took the Express at the rate of for expect to have a pleasant but to our great we ourselves crowded into a ace so that it was next to impossible stir and what added to our e captain gladly took on every one that all the way there was not om enough to stow ajvay those already on and we hod to stand out upon in o rain and a portion of the iis shows that the almighty Bar is the moving spring of this accom odation and not the comfort of the welling After having endured this state of things r 22 hours and which fatigued us more lu any other occupying the samelcngth that we ever undertook we arrived and of course went to the top the for Wo led for the desired and after while was directed to dining iero wo took our Wo now waited r somo one to to assist us to the but none made their appcar until after B season spent in rapping d when perl dandy mode his We desired long jogh to eaten a ths waiter with a small piece of a vety tough and covered with a most unsavory dish of spoiled and some sour half cold When informed that the eggs were politely informed us it wasnt his and we were compelled to finish our repast at the as decided in my own that it was the poorest break fast ever set before at any public house which made any pretensions to Upon calling for our wowcre charged 75 cents must was about the cleanest I ever IVe took the Southern Michigan Railroad for where wo arrived at eleven oclock at in a become a favorite route from But tho eating house keepers are a perfect give nothing to yet charge passengers two as value V The steamer we andsaid the fastest tho But I should like to see our AL TOSA along side ofher this boat the speed she now runs is any for we have heardbut one sen as to the nomination of PIERCE and and that is a hearty Every democrat in this whole and we bc Lieve in the will vote for You will hear from Respect fully JUNE Correspondence the The Rectories declared flletjal by the Lati Officers of the Crown in River Navt Great June The rumor has been received and creditet dero that the Law OfScers of the i have just pronounced the creatio of the in The are fiftyseven in and were createi by Sir John in Tew days before his departure from tho Pro and when his Sir Frnnci Bond was actually in tlie City of New Those who are not f ally arnire of hoi much the discussion of ecclesiastical questions evokes the worst passions of our can opinion of the decree of morosenes which this act infused into the public mine And when the circumstances of the dnse arc there ceases to be nny cause fo By the constitutional character o under which Canada was governed ti the initiative in the creation of Rec ories was expressl preserved to the Impcri al to Vie exercised only on th advice of Governor and Council of cHhe rovince of Upper or Lower Thre millions of acres received to be thus af erwnrds appropriated as endowments of Rcc af tec fashion of the Churcli of Eng The moment the lands became of any value ho local lefrJslature of Upper Canada o devote them to secular purposes eduea public or anything else o they never go tocndow rectories for he use of one sect to the exclusion of al th cst of the This action wa requently repeated by the elective branch o he but was persistently nega ived by the other which owed its cx stence to the nominee Things wen1 in in this way till the Colonial ir Lord Gl sent out a copy of a bill o be passed by the local for njr the Clergy Reserves to rercrt to the and to fonna portion of the general domain s if they had never been speciullv Jut this was a inere for tlie Imperil when it took this knew thai he Legislative which it had itselJ would never allow such a bill to t came to In reply to a resolution f tho Honse of Assembly some years ic Colonal Lord prom sod not to endow any rectories bould first obtain the advice of the Canadian icople for his In spite of this the rectories were created j but it is nly just to saytuat they were created with ut the knowledge or authority of the Impe al Still the act having been one that Government was desirous to up old it without regard to its legality The question of the legality of their crea was twice before the present time sub iitted to the opinion of the law officers of the frown in and by them two adverse pinions were The first like ic pronounced tbp creation of the rcc ories But afterward tho president Anglican Bishop of Toronto raked up two old isnatches of Lord dated rcspcctivc y in 181S and 1825 the first the cal authorities power to create but ot to endow them the second giving author y for But these instructions were iren by an administration that had passed ay that had served a king who was now his grave and they were waned anterior the time when a succeeding imperial rain try professed to have adopted a policy that oulu have rendered impossible icnt of by taking away the lands tat were originally intended as tfie source of icso Last session Legisla uro resolved to refer the question of legality o the Court of with the riglit of ther party to appeal to the Privy Council but these proceedings not et been What effect the present jinion of the law officers of Crown in ogland may haveon the settlement of the remains to be Among the miracles of in these deserves to be mentioned that a schoon r of 150 tons is to leave Port on ake for in he is to be fitted up in yacht and it is eemcd that she is quite adequate to the voy e she IB to undertake She will pnsff irough our whole line of and find mple room and verge enough in the capa ous which seem to deserve a more ex nsivc use than thev The Grand winch intersects the Wel nd canal and which uns up above is just now not very requires a large expenditure make it Its improvement has long een under a company that has not made uch and who now wash to soil out seconds the idea and ia doing all he can to induce Government assume the work j thecompletion which ill cost some threequarters of a million of lie tried to make it appear as a ne1 ssary part of the Wetland The lief Commissioner of Public and ne of the Government Engineers have vievr thu but have not concluded to pur and perhaps will Of the great fire in tho papers of at city ere have furnished you a full The accounts received ere arc not very definite inreapccttothe es mated fhey very from to j e regret to state that a physcian from c northjwas taken through thjs city ycster in for the Asylum in Jackson1 having been rendered insane by the spir1 His condition was most de We learn that ahighly respectable dy of TazeweU has boen made ins tne i rein tha same SpTitvjjielA THE RESULTS or Firrr King a series of lectures Tef ore the Mechanics of Xew alluded to the pro TCS8 of that city for the last fifty the year 1800 tho city of New York Anniversary at The lateness of the hour when we got bom on Wednesday prevented anythin more than a meagre notice of the exceeding interesting exercises at the It but due to tho to speak more par ticularly of tho gratifying character of th entertainment provided for tne We make no allusion to the very attractiv midday entertainment furnished iuthonort end of tho where hundreds displayc a rare tasto for roast cold and but we speak of the inte lectual got up with a judgment an good taste unsurpassed in any previous year and leaving not satiated it was bv but covetous for The were such as otuVcommunit has familiar with on simUiar occasions wiUithc exception Hiatthere was no oration unacquainted with the genUenvm w was to have delivered the so that w cannot speak intclligehtlyof how much w should hare gained had be been no of our loss through his But think the aitlience were so wit what was offered instead of au tha not when athough whether there had been an oration or Sue a is at best a fine literar wo and no orator coul have triunphcd by any effort of hi over the less pretending butane cessful efforts of the yonng ladies who com posed the graduating In beau and to a certain vigor of thought those ladies furnished most satisfactory cvi dcnce of u chastened and cultivated in tellcct vhile in purity and elevation of sen thncntj tnda sincerity so that a of exhibition was ueasing testimony was of thehigii tuna training through which they had passed and a cheering earnest given of what we ma hope for from the existence of such an In at our very Pill our com m unity with such minds and or scattc them throughout the and we have ni fears for common or publii without seeming to be invidious wo could mention one or two of the w really have no desire to do The essays were the product of different and 6 varied in All hac their which reflected high credi on their One of Heart stdne and the Universe probably exhibitei greater maturity strength and depth o and habit of writing than the others and will be remembered long for the magi ouch by which reverence for home and fire side influences were The author of this piece was Miss Leer TJw first composition of the we iQped much when we heard its The World is the Souls It is a subject full of as well us and was most admirably handled fertile in llustratioa and characterised by a cultivated case of and clearness of thought Co our mind it seemed a very beautiful ant ittractive development of the great cthica that the soul imparts its own aspcci o all outward If right UICD all around is If it makes of all a This essay was by Miss FLORA The composition bearing the promising itie of The Morning by Miss displayed a fine literary and a happy conception of her theme jnel dious in its and would have been lis cncd to with unabated had it been mch Miss BRITTEXHAJIS Essay had the advan age of a subject rich in and of ering an extended field for We but aintly remember some of tho beautiful sim itudes by which she pictured with excellent astc and the slowly learned moral hat The way to Life is through and bat in the highest and most precious ithout the the former cannot The final composition of the graduating lass was a Poem by Miss Alas I we re no were neither born nor y effort of our can we become ut we think we can appreciate smooth versi cation and unity of purpose in a and an also discern thought in if it There is enough in Kossuth and Hungary excite the highest and Miss ocns appeared to havefclt the sublimity of mt inspiratien in her poetic The of Hungary was her Enjoying the highest honors of her oward the close of the she very grace ally glided into her wag eautifully though She bid er associates a touching The lit rary exercises were then Of tho woll worthy of a long and ritical we have no room to threw a charm over all the We iay specially mention is Vanished Nonrs nd O that I had as pieces ere not only beautiful in but ere sung by voices richly and dmirably We had nearly forgotten to speak of the a literary edited by tho oung Its pieces being crcatcr freedom was indulged in the selection f the The paper was a luxurious edley of pathos and and furaiuhed a ntertninment to the Of the compositions by tho e have not Wo must beg of thurn wait patiently till the day of their gradua If they do not then excel the perfor ances on Wednesday they will be far om having reason to be It had been our intention to alludo to crsonal appearance of the body of isscmblcd on tho but being a bache fear from although we uld fain from we dare rust not ourselves to revive tho remembrance so enticing a FROM THE learn from Mrl who has just returned from Fort that 00 70DO 00 and ad passed that this season up to the 8th intaincd a third arger than Rochester now Kow the for er city crowds hard upon and includjng the suburbs WU Jarscv Cttr and Hobokcn nearly Since our friends of the Telegraph ore so taken by that humbug ley are hard to be just tep and we Trill show you the identical who won the identical by betting on 10 correctness of the OReiUy line omeon MACON Cousrr WHIG Whigs of this County assembled in Conven tion a few days and appointed delegate to tho Whig State Convetion to assemble a Springfield on the 7th July Tho mee ting instructed tho delegates to go for Ho WEBB of White County for Governor CONGRESSIONAL Democrats Trom the 2d CoBgressionftl Dis trict lately assembled at met i the 21at June following recommendation r recommended democratic of said th basis of representation in the second congres gressionnl shall be as follows ot delegate tor every fifteen hundred inhubitani as reported by tne census of an one delegaicforeverv fraction of five hundre one additional delegate for eoc county in the which would ea title the counties to delegates as follows Hock 6 7 5 5 It was then recommended Conven tibnat on the 3d Wednesday of Xo vembcr Illinois General SEVENTEENTH EVENING SSSSI Matteson moved to take up a bill re jected today in consequence of there not be ing a constitutional majority in its viz to incorporate transportation companies which was agreed and the vote being to en on the passage of the itwas carried Senate bills as amended by to in corporate the Joliet and Terrc Haute Ilailroac was token and the amcndmen concurred House resolutions appointing Ed wards ond others a board of commissioners o visit the insjine hospital for the purpose o mode of akcn up and concurred HOUSE BILLS ON FIRST To incorporate a State road therein named In aid of Spoon River Navigation compa Senate as amended by the to iinend chapter 93 of the revised statutes en titled wag taken and the amend ment was Adjourned till G oclock HORSING Rcddick offered a resolution that the secretaries and speaker he allowed three dayi o finish the duties after the lule dispensed and resolution pnssed House bill to incorporate Carapton Ceme ary was taken and Judd moved to take up a that the governor be informed that if lie bus 10 further communication to mate the two louses are ready to which was agrecil aud Judd appointed on the part of the Roddick moved tho adoption of the ollovring resolution That the thanks of the Senate ie hereby tendered to William MeMur for the and able inanuer in which he hag presided aver the The rule was ad resolution House bill to change the name and legiU e the acts of the first congregational society n was taken and Gittespie moved that tha Senate ad onrn sine Senate bill as amended by the to mend the charter ot the Aurora Branch was taken and tie amendment agreed no USE To regulate the times of holding courts iu ie 5th and 12th judicial Senate adjourned till 7 HOUSE OF 2 House met pursuant to Brewer called up a Senate bill for an ct to change the namo of Joseph Louis to Samuel Livingston Pass Thc appropriation which was reported ack from the Senate with sundry amend was taken and the amendments oncurred Bristow called up Senate bill for an ct changing the time of holding courts in ie Uthiuilicial Buckmastcr called up Senate bill for act to charter the city of Pass Burke called up Senate bill for an act 0 amend the revenue Casey introduccda resolution provi ing for theappuintmeat of a board of three to investigate and take charge the affairs of tho State deaf and umb and blind at Conklin called un a bill for an net mend on act concerning the public I Davis called up Senate bill for an act incorporate the Joliet and Terrc Haute abroad Detrica called up the bill for an act uthorizhig an amendment to the constttu fixing the session of the General As and the per diem of Re Over called up the bill for an act to educe several acts incorporating the city into one and to nmand the and also to amend the city charter of Emerscu called up Senate bill for an ct to amend an net to incorporate the Chica JUNE THE LATEST Uliiiois r The special session of our fin ished the business for which they were call ed and adjourned on Wednesday At no timo perhaps in the history of Hli has so larcje aa amount of business transacted by her Legislature in so short period of and yet with so much satii isfaction to tho When French issued his proclamation calling the Legislature several of th Whig papers of the Stateand among them 01 neighbors of the n ere quite indin nant that the Governor should have consider ed the occasions for touch and cnqmera ed in his as extraordinary and gave a coDfitructioa to the Coa which we wasnot only vcrv feel was new V Having heen in f o aboata week we werehigh pleased with the deco rumof both houses j exhibiting as they di great to siccbrnplish the for which they had and save th Statefrom expense and althoughtLcscssio Lasted only fourteen everything th wns likely to affect interests of thcStit were and closely watched andguari while an impetus was given to manymal tcrs which will at an early day enable tli State to reap a rich So far as we are every aubjee mentioned in the Governors proelamatio was acted upon by tha and as soon aa we can be furnished with the c we shall lay them before our We do not intend to make invidious com nor detract from the merits of pth but justice our Senator and of th requires we should say that no count in the State more ably represented in th and for their untiring exertions to promote our beat they ri and will certainly receive that grati tnde andcommendation so richly merited bv their sf Tho Freesoil party hold their con veution at Cleveland onthe 4th of August and the Liberty party on the 1st of Septcia at WHERE 13 ILUSOISTOWN V The A yf Steam is quite angry at oar reply to th above enquirya made by that paper a few days We would inform ihe editor that whil n a visit to SpringSeld a day or two wt vere pronounced f all rightby Dr if the Jacksonville Insane and were uriher informed by him that every county in he State was entitled to have one patient in the Institution As Fayette county is alread epresentcclj the editor of the Age ofSleam3 acnot at present get his malady Wi iave some cariosity to know how th Dr would treat the Vandalia Wo fear it s When we said a feirdays ago wcfear d the attack on the Globe would kill it3 underrated its powers of We suL ointhe Globes reply WHERE is iLLrxoisroivx The Age of itcam Where uropouuds to us this hard question eis Ten years since t stood on a stand since washed away y the When last heard from y it continued to change its locality jmctimes submerged bncuth the Father of Vaters covered on all sides fcr dis olving yteMing to the colamn of water resting agfliust the sandy somes iraes partially sometimes beneath the ood opposite plissotiri townj What a burlesque on names Illinoistown his we nre told Iy the Age of s to divide the pprosimates near enough to Louis to lore the we suppose of What alendidvisiona flit through the sapient cdit r of the Age of almost rea vto exclaim Much learning bath made tee Your ideas are as turbid aside muddy waters in and about your favorite city bat we shall in pity your late se cre defeat protects you from merited casri Slrartlef At the recent Annual Meeting of the Board this the following honorary egrees were conferred upon the f upon the ROBERT resident of Richmond upon the of Chi o and MUwaukiellailroad Pass Evans called up the bill for an act to lend the act incorporating tho Ofcuw Bot n Plankroad FarrelbeaUed up the Senate bill to in Southern Illinois Railroad e Adams County Democratic Con on the 22d instructed their vote for for and for Pro secuting Railroad Celebration at Some of tho citizens of Springfield are mating preparations to have a Railroad Cel ebration at on the Fourth of The Alton nnd Sangaiaon Railroad will then be finished to that FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL Dam ocratic members of the Legislature from the several counties composing that met at SpringGcld on the 17th and aJoptod tho following That a Congressiocfi Qonrentjon be held on the 21st day of Jaly in the city of for the purpose of nominating a suitable candidate for Cou DISPATCHESFQRTHE CITY By Uie O Office Courier Building State June A narabet of reports were sented for the relief and at Xew and Key for losiea August I owing to Cuban ex citement The joint resolution from the ac pting the portrait of Henry to the presented by of Nejy ouse amaudmeut Jlinl billwas concurred and prohblting Clerks act 03 practising Attorneys was passed jthsa the Senate r Land ing to what railroad the lands granted bs in tne said efcven which finally Richardson moved to lay the bill Bilitfaen ordcrej to be J A incaaagc was reeivca from the Spanish asking iuJmnaUyfor thoiiG whoso property was destroyed at New id Ihc Bill was taken up in Cont miiiee 6f the Durini the debate GiddJngs denounced both Baltimore and their and aaid that the passage of ihe Fugitive Slave its friends dare not go before the in its and hence their The posi ion of the federal democracy waa on platfor would wield it to the benefit of luinan llonse then June 23 The Kiagara has with tlireo days ater news irom Trade in the man ufacturing districts is moderately yoiiov abundant bullion in Parliament ptocceiiiugs Mason to postpone the which was agreed and the Senate Vent iao executive session after which the consideration of tha private calendar was and reports of niirtee concurred A mesgage was received from the Prcsi enclosing the correspoaiicnce of tbo Departmcat and the American minister at relating to tlic conSnerntnt of BrueCj by the Austrian Adjourned till Isaac ItctiJj of ap and tuokhis The Btnnet amendment to the Land ur was taken it tliu bill to the couimit a motion to recommi ee on public lands s lost yeas L03 morcil to bill on but the mornicg hour cjspircl House took up tlie Pennsylvania coateii 3tl election Fuliev wtts permit cd to make a cou without any final action upon the Kf w June 25 The corner stone of ths ncxv JJible Houa aj laid by Theodore Fre Thoship John from oT reports that the mate of the upporiud by the crew and luude on attempt to put tlie captain in when he lattcrruahsJ to his seized a and shot tho mate throagb the cause 15 assigned for the conduct of tlie An immense whig ratification mejtinjrwaa mid Injt Resolutions were ffirming the platform and Ad messes were Uelirered by of Balti and The greatest enthusiasm and the most eafenine cheers were given for thenomi Thats the way to manufacture whig by whig telegraphic news repori June A meeting of the Agriculturalists was held t he Smithsonian and an Agricultural society PfrrsuraCj June Kivcr riaea on foot since last but nr nearly at a with 5 feet G inches m NEW June TbeWVigs of Jersey City and Brooklyn large ratification uiOLtings last ulutesVcre and great Th boiler in Ishauvs cofiiv and spice tew up yesterday Building dc olishedjand fireman and several other work ion and taken from iha fa ally XKW Jnne Dates from City of Mexico that Con css adjourned without any provia m for the financial wants of the tie affairs of the State tre in i ternble dis NewOrleans papers speik furoraWy of tho omination of nud The Union Cunveution of Georgia is lo re Eaemble at on the 15th of June Ratification meeting last uigbt large ttiitl EmonWashburn was prcsi Speeches by Levi ami cmlorshig Whig atfonn nnd Foukc called up Senate bin for au icorpi Adjourned tilt 7 HOUSE OF June The House met this morning nm passed county having a fraction of five huniJretl pop ulation or be entitled to one a tional delegate or vote for said s giving concerts at We i hope to e ouse me s mornng an passe wo ortkreo unimportant which will be be cheered by her before she returns vim bv tUeir title in tomorrowT3 j 3IrSpeaker Brecse delivered an eloquent i id impressive bidding adieu to the embers of tlio and declared e adjournodj sine is stated hut tho largest church on Ja continent is the French Cathedral No e It will com rtably seat ten thousand and on ie occasion of any great religious ceremony ill hold fifteen It has been com tho last few The telyhun in one of the towers of this cath is also thelarfrest bcU upon theconti ent of Amorica witnsome few oxer cm at bell how hanging in the is nothing like courage in mis jrtunb to faith in and his over ling a mans faith in himself is 3 such as the great bell at a Great Tom at is the I and OF AN was a short time sines employed to mako some repairs in a chimnisy in the apartment of gentleman re siding in thoRuedesiVancs While aliout his tho musoa broke a brick which he found in to his he discovered that itwiis hol lowGil and contained a baufc note for 500 The workman THS and might readily have appropriEttetl this sum to himself but ho honestly conuaamcated the to his mind about two montns he had written to his unclei at supply of mou mid had in return received u carefully sealed up on he fbariil to contain nothing brick in which the indignant recipient threw into tho chimney and wrote to his uncle an angry Jetto on the to which yo aa i jwer had NEW June 4000 State S3 Southern t Western wheat Mess prime in 0 20 NEW June Com and Hour Mess pork SIS Rio S IT Extract from Pierces speech at upon his return from Mexico kiAml wita well represented in the There was Henry ono of the Graves t mast dctcrminsd sol uiers in the There wnsStearMnt S to wlvj was phirap through the at As hU last he wbUpcrod lo Do the boys sty I bn haved well if I vriie homo to my pco Thn there wut Sergeant who his leg shot oiFin advancinj nlon on a way swept liy three Uwo amjutta which did not answer tlie were a third was deemed Die he it ww 1 bet ter than they hu Ill try another and ll Ho find the otUers named were In the new the printers exceed by tvrentv per those of an v oilier vocation nntj on uccount of their intelligenco ontl Mgu spirit they have proved the sol have pr firM the and about serentT of tn enjoy good The two sist SKof Btatu on the are md one of Uumap to ia   

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