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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - July 9, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                ji r BROWN aid whenBouflf Carolina torpfj ST alooffromthe the Standard MT patat KATES or rf Ulan j r ii JOB Business W TORSER SBCOXD in Saidlaj L Cuacluiuitm unH mid Shiinikca1 J mos tCO WUOLESAM BEAISIIS IS SOtOSXSB Bonlh Alton BU BOOK Ite pubUrao UUreen linn EL Long A TTOHSEY practices in Muwrari iiad II n TOPllNG L TMPOKIKJA3TD HUOIESALB Bodcra in 1 Jncnptujra ot Porcign and American mill Ofice at JL 4V Insurance Co STAHB 0tAUER 1 DRY Second JOIf jarInonctnaij Eirn m tin the late A110 KKS JIT L AW Office on SHERMAN COttJNEE OP BON ASK JDS MCE OF THE comer Stato and up Alton i AD JIEIAIL doalen in eehxil W nilKellalOOJ and blank window musical looking and fancy 4 OKNAMEXTAL rpJIEV will Psy patictilar atcnton to tie paint inj of all Kinds oiwood marble PAJKT Wall Coloring and Wluun done in the nsatcgt manner fibop in Trurabull A JJroinii 2d over ihrU O l Davit AUorncr FFICE on nearly opposite Uic Prcslij Mrian located himself in icapectTnlly sutlers his profeesional scrriccs Ui the citizens of this Office over L t nd Lorco Alton EC DBY ISi BOOTS i HATS ASD it Also liis professional scrvrces to thft citizens I oE Alton and He may be found at tho Urns Store of Bany Second and HAVING amplenora for the storage and solo of dctenption of produce 1 nni prepared to purchase or sell the on the most liiem dihtlyl W T DAVID WATCH SI4KEK 4SD i f KIOE CASH S10BE 3IOREAN DEALERS JS Jcrsejrillcv ATTOBJeEY ASD OOJ7SSEIOB AT AND JDSHOBOrTHEPEACF ATTOKXET AXD COSSSELOB AT AXD JUSTICE OF THE PEACE i ATTORSEJa AND OOBSSEKHSS AT 1ATT DAVIS ATTOKSEYS AS QECTIAL LAXD Office on Alton DATID r MEKRT S ATKlBKEYS AND tOUVSELORS AT AJTD lATSB AOES3S FOB THE STATE OnLLISOIS Offiee A wnOUSSAlM A3CD OOMMISSIOX COODRICH ASD CQCKSEtOBS AT AJH LAM AGENT OBIce orirtlie store of JOHKCEL ATT04BSSY AT LAW JOHN ATTOBSEY AND OOrarSELOE ATLAVT Macoupm D JITRIE t K AKB FOBTVAItDIKG AVB COMMISSION Trontand Alton BAKRY tc SAIi AND KETAIL in Windw comer Scc ud DEBO DEAtERS IN DKY boots and Commission and For mdini Mordunts S AKD dealers in V jiateul mndow and every in ihdr lino of ISAAC DEACEB in staple and fancy VV dothrna ml and fnmishing gcneraHy JLBOOKER AXD BETA1L dealers m Ixxrt W landl jro tttieK eoreefcf State 33anl sirm TTOBSESAND OOCSHEIOK and A Rotary PoUi and Comnuaioiicrlor tlio State of MiMmn Iw AcOffice on Soc Alton tc pEAtERsts BOOTS T COBKSBMH AT LA KOTART Offic rf Lotus and Terra Haute ADJ attempt to reason with a class of men vbo are deternunedj to accom plish thfeir bjllio use1 of tie dishonest oaS fraudnlqit mean u and a waste ot at frfls been1 be year after by the lHenis at the Louis and Tcrre Haute project and at successive in language more emphatic at each application given an indig nant Still tve findjncn in in common with interested parties out of the laboring with all their to make Illinois the common ihorougllfarc for Louis The great jjcnefite of this mea sure would accrue to while the in cidental benefits to are held and made the pretext for our We confess it is difficult for us to imagine how any true con be so recreant to the truejnterests of Somelittie manifested after the adjournment or the when and other came out mth the intelligence that our Legulaturebad been and that the friends of the StLouis aad Terre Bautc Bailroad hod sought tonic other means of eir and hod accom plished it through a clause inserted in the charter of a Bailroad and which the Republican gives them the wWioxt any further to run direct from XUinoistown to although it mayltavo to toko a different suppose through We are not willing that the Se publican in repeated decisions of our Legislature can thus be set The most strenuous exer tions hare been made bv them year after and without avail to seek some other means oj accomplish ing their If the construction of the Alton and Tcrrc Haute chartered some time and now under can be delayed for n year or they hope the Legislature will eventually grant them a char To its we bc icve to be the object now in and the means oj accomplishing oA In they have as signally as in their applications to the The contractors ot the Alton and Tcrre Haute road had matterbefore and the result of theirdeliberationshas that the grading of the road has com menced neighborhood of Terre and will be commenced just so soon as he line can be for purpose the Engineers are now completing their sut So friends of the Louis iect will still have to seek some otliermeans To suppose that our Legislature tcndcd togive such power us is contended jy the friends of the Louis and Terre lauteprojectjirould be doing the members f that body great inju8ticelVc doubt not they were much surprised to learn that the other means employed had what they had so often should not be The feeling or de ireTve now have iarclation to the matter hat these parties may go on and attempt to carry out the fraud they pride so upon having itep takenbythemintheefforto carnrout this attempted will secure the uncon dittonal repeal of every charter that even points in the direction of Louis The their issue of the 26th of in reference to this says propriety of calling iTmeetingloJtheTDom ocrocy at an so thatt Madison bounty may iave her proper influence in the Horejthe delegate from this dis trict to the returned to the city yesterday in good TVe are indebted to the late Balti more and Sew York Jr The next Whig National Convention is to be held in The next National Democratic Convention is to be held at No Staters to be represented by more than twjcojho num ber of its members in AXD yacENsis RAILROAD Messrs SKIMOOR the contractor of the whole line from to Cin have sublet that part ofthe line ly ing between Vinccnriis jnd to L ot Edgar County J of the 24th readers wilfbemuch tratified to learn that tho ind Terre Haute nul road has actunllj been commencedonthis end of tha between this andthe The Chicago has come out under the editorial charge af Dunne THE DIFFSKKNCE years were accustomed to look for a steamboat once in three or four days Now we have on the erago some half dozen boats a Perhaps no one fact can be instanced which would show more satisfactorily the rapid and in creasing growth of the commerce of the Up per Mississippi Daily Tele COESESPOHBENCE That a fraud was here attempted npon the there is no doubt but that it witt prove a Wje areequallv Tricks of this kind as in this particular are almost certain to foil insomeport the necessarily complicated We rcf more at as we understand any attempt to organize under he Belleville and Illinoistown except or the construction r f road running west rom the former wilt be resisted before the proper A correspondent of the Quincy Whig vriting from under date of the 23d June in speaking of the attempted says The principle on which this charter was obtained is a v ery doubtful and if any company hasthcbardihood to commence work npon and bmld it need never look or any favors from the legislature of Illinois is A correspondent of the Lovis Evening also wnting from Springfield under date of 28th I see that some of the papers of your city nclinc to the belief that a successful fraud tos been practised upon the lost and that it has in the hurry of business assed an act chartering a Bailroad Compa y with power to construct a road from Bcllo ille to and also to continue the some and unite another road in the direction of Tcrro No confidence is elt here n the construction giving the lost mentioned and should any company irgamze under the act with the purpose o carrying tlie some into it will meet thallthcresistanccan mdignantlegislature on give jor a long tune to besides bc ng compelled to establish its legal at nn early before the proper These are the sentiments of the people of the and her citizens are too fully alive o her lionor and to change her ictflcd for the purpose of contributing o the advancement of a city wi thout her bor at the sacrifice of her own best Eighth District Congressional Conven tion The Democratic members of the Lcgisla during their late session at and recommended to the Democracy of he several connties composing the Eighth Congressional that the Congression al Convention be held on the 1st MOXDAY F AU GUST 3d day of at in Clinton county and that the basis of representation bo theDemocnitic vote for Coss in v I That vote was as follows ClanCoratr M 371 Clinton 431 klarion Jefferson r 605 Tashington Eandolph p689 Jonroc Each comty irill bo pornuttS to send fit jlecsatsheyisee casttherotoof their Wtfirould MTtho Chairman of the Central Committee of the BITII Stcuben June 20 Courier The season here is bcgm ing to show signs of approaching though during the ptat week there were sev eral which nipped the tender buds and Wo reached Dunkirk at 3 of the loth and iound the city filled with mud and even worse than Al ton in hcrpahmcst days is destined to become a place of considerable and from in dicate that her inhabitants are beginning to stir themsehcs about At G we took the upon the great New fork and Ene and proceeded at rate of 25 miles to the he place of junction with the Bnfialo and This road and ascending and descending and with its brood there have been bat very few accidents upon The country through which it passes is unsurpassed for mountain it being a continuation of hills and from one end to the The country is but little for ahun drod miles east of and the look poor and sickly until you get into AUe ghany where they begin to put ona more thriving appearance But the great staple of the country is pine and this is fastljcing used unless the dealers are more As a farming hsve not seen af arm that I would accept as a and bo com pelled to live upon it five between here and D And I am confident thata per son could go to and purchase and improve wild prairie landand at the end of five he worth as as he would up on a farm made already and This is pleasantly located upon the banks of tho Cohoeton a branch of the astrcam about the size of the or but abounding in water power The Land office of the Poultney is located which comprise a great portion of this section of the this is the county seat of Stcuben and is n thriving aad since the construction of the Corn ing railro has improved qaite It contains many wealthy and enterprising and for quite a number of years has furnished the member of Congress for The TVhigs aro as every where in this quite dumbfoundcrcd by the de cision of the canal loan in which the Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the Supreme and decided the canal law of 1851 This is the result of the act of the Legislature of which caused so ranch as miuy of your read ers will and which induced the dem ocratic Senators to resign their leaving no whereby the bill was defeated Upon the Whig governor issued a proc calling rthe Legislature together and issued writs to fiJ which with a feiv recreant gave the a quorum to nnd the canal bill was as desired by that ing them power to loan nine m illiotis of dol for the to enlarge the Erio and build other and by to put some fat jobs into the hands of their favorite They thought fficy had saddled the State for n pretty long but the Democratic members of Canal Board were not to be or and the Court of Apj eak has promptly decided upon the unconstitutionnlit of the As for in the Democratic party in this seem united to a man on the nominated and best Of f ccbng Not with the Whig par I will write you THOMPSON since their The Democratic Opinions of the Demo cratic It is refreshing to turn from the wranglings tho TShig to the which reigns in tho Hear The extreme southern rights papers of have enlisted in earnest in the advocacy of theUalttmoro The Standird says The appiovine acclamations of the peo ple leave no room for doubtas to the position of South Carolina in the npprochm election forPresident and Vice President ofthe Uni1 ted Every whore we see cheerful nnd to the do you like tho tho gcneralresponse just the very best we could even ifwo hod our The which has also the name of Pierce and King at tha hcfld of V f Tho names of the distinguished fellowj citizens which appear at the head of our col limn arc presented to the citizens of Charles and the as didatesloT the two highcsi offices jn tho gift of the people of thoJTnited will bd ndmittM flat amore unexceptionable to ratify fte nonuntaions Polk was gave an impulse to Tits cause which was itt other States throughout tho j Thepresent Democratic nominee the Standard that Polk did the annexation of J id horalways op posed tha and in every has the entire confidence of the constitution jaij Then let us scorn only a re ungracious voter ad if It wore wrung out us as a forced ween crils Sncji a spirit beliesthecharacicrof onrnoblo and chills the ardor of southern Let us thcnhave a hearty1 ratification of thotiekot The Chicago Dlinnis asj serting its acqmesccnuj nom n must rcicl to the1 and waytoftoiM him succeed General thiyntmnst that we get up good Lcj lotivc nnd that wo hive buli any where fhis Let onr rallying cry bo TDK HEELECTOV TOF DOUGLAS f is defeated m is contented and happy in the consciousness ofhavingdono nothing during the cnttro that high sense o honor which his alwavs marked his private Do speeks in the highest terms of Gen and expresses thegreatestanxtetyiorbis suc and wo venture to say that the Pennsvlvama statesman hasrmoro pcaca mind at on his own and that he will do more to promote ihe success of tha thin all his revilers and enemies put Tho Evening Post advocates tho Baltimore nomination with Itcommends Pierce espccnllv for his ignation of his officsas 0S in an age when Jeffersons remark of officehold thaffew die andnpna j National convention waited on at his in presented Jnm a letter informing tin his GonPiwce willrcnlyjmWi sThcro were DO formal ceremonies tra the occasion1 mtpifter a Jew took them otlt in carriages the one and two oclock they nrrtCcd at the where the gCTtlemctl oi the were i atroduced to many citizens and members of the Tho with the ricmbdrapf the of the SdnatCj Spcftkcr the and a ntlmbenng in all about twenty five to a General Pidicai After Ajng geUtlettien of the committee appeared upon the nnd were by large crowds assem bled in frontofUw i John YFclls mtrgduecd mem bcrs of the a j t received with three henrtychaersiEortbeir rc spStivd statesT in reply to a load a fpr pertinentre as also did tho other members of the viz u Felch of and of of whom received with hearty At 3 by invita tion of Gen the with a number of other took the cars tor trip to Lake WinmpisseogCQ havojust learned that in the county seat of pape Girardeau in this little town of some 2oO the cholera has been raging about i two causing about seventy It made its first appearance among the the morning liter a negro fifteen of whom died the next It soon spread amongst the whites with groat fatah will apply with creat TVhatei cr may j D havebeeri Picrces achievements in tho Post thinks this resignation wi t In the report of deaths we ind those of distinguish more honorably than anv thmjr he has firom the tribe of current politicians of his day The Post This indifference to public honors and the gauds of office is not common in this or nny and bespeaks the presence of a class virtues in our candidatef or the Presidency at this as as at any period of our history since the election of is needed to restore the country tn a sound ffvstein of and to e those republican principles of statesmanship upon which only representative institutions con repose with j t A GRAND Excrasiov ViTAiit impor tant the Alton and Springfield is now completed from the rivet to distance 35 The event will be the on Saturday by a barbecue at Carlm Preparations have been mode for the accommodation of 5000 Gor nnd a largo number of the prominent citizens Illinois will he pres ent It is also expected that John Erough will be there to entertain the vast crowd with his gorgeous nnd powerful It will the largest meeting ever in theStatc r The splendid passenger which c in taio oat two thousand will leave Al ton during the upon the arrival of tha Altona from this city The fire in thecars is only one dollar are informed that a iirge delegation from this cttv will attend Lhe ceremonies Louis lAnOmitted Speech The following omitted speech is from the New York little stretched supposed to have been delivered in the Baltimore Whig tho announcement of the ination of Gen Scott and spoil me for my and be si ent that you may Cries of go Sclicve me for mine and have o mine that you mtij believe as Censure me in your and twakc vour senses that you mav be the bet cr judge Why dont you out with it If here be any in this vast any dear Vicnd of nm I that my love to Fillmore wis no ess than Expressions of dtss tion thit friend demands why I against this is ray answer not hat I love Fillmore butT ovo the spoils and hisses Had you rath er Fillmorc would be nominated nnd defeat than that Fillmore were sacrificed to let on to the public crib S Cries of ind strange distortions of countenance As illmorolovjd A now dont As he was I rejoice at as he was strong Tnthhis 1 lonor him but as he was ambitious I bolt ed him Murmurs over the house There are tears for his honor for his pitriot desertion for his ambition Loud murmurs Who here so TJOSC that he would oppose the Cheers If for htin hive I Boiiid jov Whos here so vile they will not lovs the ticket If hitn haic I I pause for a Sensation None none have I cheers I havef dorie no mora to Fillmoro ban his been done to Webster Elisses rom tho cotton lords The question of his sarifice is discussed in the his glory iot wherein he was nor its offences for which he buffered slaughter Hero omcs his a procession with innncrslicro mourned by Gen though he hod a hand in his shall recen e tho benefit of which of vou shall not Endursiisue With this I as I slew ny best friend for the of the I live tho same dagger for when it shall please my party to need their ossassma Grcit m the midt of which the speaker mode himself scarce C A writer in the Bristol Times tells the following rather remarkable anecdote of a lizard in the collection at the Clifton Zoolog ical Gardens One about a footlong hid swallowed another nearly as long as butnothavingtakcnthcprecaution to bite off its it commenced scratching when it got and actualy scratched a hole in the side of the which it cmcrg ed m while tho voracious one died from the and was speedily gobbled up in turn TEitPKRANCC Afn STRENGTH the the Persians and the you do not meet null those con sumptive beings which are so common in Eu vou do not meet with such sickly looking countenances their complex ions arc bnght they arc strong and able to ride a hundred miles a capable of performing feats which our irofossed uthlette wduld not be able to remember seeing a most striking instance f their A band from the mountains had come from Cal cutta forthe purpose of exhibiting feats of and thiy were indeed perfect Samp Their me with admtra I know nothing thit 1 can compare to but perhaps some of you hiveseen the statue at the bottom of the stairs at Somer set is Hercules leaning on his s seven feet and looking hko i being capable of executing the irost difficult and such men these We select ed five men from the Glasgow a sim lar number from one of tho ikewise from in alffinei picked and yet upon a tn il of strcngthjtwas ound thatthe Uunmalaya mountain ecrs wore equal to two and threeqiiirtcrs of tho strong est Thev could grasp a man and lold himin the air like a and if they lad not been under control I nm convinced hey could bale crushed him to If elt lemj nnd I neverfelt suchflesh in my lifo1 t appeared rolls of and yet none of hcsemcn had ever tasted I do not say that dnnkmg water was tho cause of all serves to provorthat abstinence rom intoxicotingdnnksitfperfectly aila with the possession of great bodily ppw hat lighters are being HSI right over the in tonporting D editor of the anil two children of andothcr highly respectable ciizeni The greatest alarm prevails throughout the and all business in Jackson is entire ly suspended Nearly all the citizens have fled cither to the country or to Cape Girar So great is the vro learnj that an old of large living about one mile from die and there could be found no one to bury him howei we hipc is not tho There hod been no abatement of the disease at list advices The above wohavefrom reliable having received tho statement from acitizen of Jackson who has just arrived in the Wo indulge tho howei that under the excitement consequent upon such a deplora ble state of our informant may have been deceived as to the extent of the calami ty Wth ull r M Cntntcu learn that since the General Conference of the Methodist Episco pal Churih in IMS there bos been on increase of The Sabith School cause has been favored with a high degree of pros There are at present officers volumesin ofeonverr sions in c increase in the missionary contributions is very encour The past year presents nn advance of income of The next years appropriation is put down at which be The condition of the literary institutions is truly Receipts ofhe Bible Society last year were being more then 800 beyond those of tho former Num ber ofTrolurncs issuedddringitheyearis over being an increase of over above the year before Number issued since the formition of the over eight mil and THE CBE if you could onlj cure poor dear Augus I should be so thankful Two or three times a week with these horri blo accompanied by weakness of the knees and a slight of thcmmd indicated by his calling poor dear is a you jolly old brick j Patient Dont old that Im a little thats all peculiar oases of vertigo arc very obstinate change of climate is the only remedy I cin recommend a remevol to thestate of where the sa lubrity ofthe atmosphere will at once cradi cite the disease Bag Tire THBTH AMI MR PIIKCK The New York Truth Toller has the fol lowing additional testimony in f Ivor of reli gious Ihe editor it is pos sesses all the requisite qu UiScitions to ad ministerthe affairs of Government with cred it and We nre assured by those who havo known him long and well that a more liberal true docs not live On the question of the Catholic test ever beenaboric of contention in Jicw Mr his been faith fully indzcralously arrayedminst opposition to the stain upon the laws of thit an ilthough unsuccessful in his efforts to hive it he is nevertheless fully entitled tn tho gratitude of every liberal mind for his exertionsin thcmatterl are credibly thit a fen hours after the news ot the of the land bill was received in this city that town prop erty advanced 50 per cent Men who were anxious to sell town but could find no have nowany quantity of them St Joseph Gazette female member of church having safely passed through her nineteenth her husband sent thefollowing note to the Rev to be read before thocongregation Ahaving been sifely delivered of her nineteenth with nor returns her thanks to Almighty for his great and humbly asks for a continu ance of his blessings the 22d that Hon John of that died very and without any previous symptoms of on Thursdiy evening of last Judge Trtmblo had served several years in the Kentucky Legis and was for many years Judge of the Judicial District mwhichhii county was in and by the urbanitv oi his the impartiality of his and the fair ness and abih ty of his administration of pub lic gave universal satisfaction to tho whole community in which in spciking of peoplewho are up all divides them m o three glasses and street Complimentary to tho learn of Clarke Co thaTmeasufirf will bo immadiately taken For thb organization ot tho Spmwficld and Tero Haute railroad and that ar rangements arc inprogress which will secure the early commencement of vj C is now in the fcoursoof construction from Louisiaut to and is progressing so finely as to induce the beliefthat itinayj becbinplctedt ML hiufsonsibly afiootd tho priiiM of tho sing it to in nitich 25 per is deep ond S pressod by tficgreatboiyof thai fie Eifl Ititul ilKicw of Sdebrat 4ng tho opening of ifcad J8 illibe enough at any with a a price of fare Jor the trip very small mattcrcertaiilj to the although it will undolibtedlyprc wnt manyfronf atfcnSmg would do so ly never expected anil we do not belief on anv be fore cnargedhiony Kailrdad company ii tho ttrnWdStaesr f Were it not doing injustice to our friends at most certainljr ad nse ono and all to stay at home Cat Cir Imvulehis extended her prepared hberallyort our and should not be r J r i We understand from the officers the Al thafaBBSO lumber of persons were como up and attend Celebra tion at of hours appointed by tho company tor Ihe start the trams from this they would bo compelledto remain away over and aro thus prevented from attending Death of Hoar A deeply regret to that H A a wellknown and most worthy citi of was drown ed during night before in Wood at the crossing beyond Upper Alton His body was foond yestcrdy Any of attending circumstances of the have been unable to learn and it is proba ble they arc unknown The generalopin ion that Mr while proceeding missed the or proper in the some of the bridge plank ng may have been earned off by sudJen freshet It is difficult to realize that the iasgnno forever from We cannot reilizo that the kind friend who left our after a pleasant social at 4 oclock on Thurs day was in an hour or two num bered with the How suddenly does death sometimes come among and ns in the case of find no exemption from the dread LARGE SIIIFMENT ASJ SHOES FOB THE MILLION Catanct left at our 243 cases of Boots and for ihe firm of E L Co We learnthatthis is the largest ar rival of this ever known at this Messrs are securing the tnde of this whole schon of in the wholesale Boot and Shoe hue i At a meeting of the Whigs of Macoupin at on the 20th June the gentlemen were appointed del egates to the Whig State to as semble on thoTth at viz A IT L W B nnd JOIR Bitowx The Hon of this re ceivcd tile instructions given for Ihe great benefits accruing to our country front the construction of arejust beginning to be On Tuesday and Wednesday our friends PICKUID Co on Piasa loaded a 1 Irgo cor on each of these with choice family groceries for Cir Piasi street is looking docidod SlON ANn PIPER HANDING intend o acknowtdgc in any depirtment think merit ex Among the numerous bnnchos of bu siness carried on in oar none are more meritorious thin tho workmanship of Messrs BOSWTLL Somo of the pi per hanging executed by one of tbo members of the in some of the dwelling houses of our cannot be excelled and the fancy punting and graining of the other is not surpassed in the Kcelnfs Oyster Saloon has been recently painted ind grained by and is certainly a specimen of mechanical Our by thorn arc signs of what they can do m thit dcpirt ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATION AT JACKSON VILLB Order of Odd Fellows are pro pinng for a grind on of July There will be an Oration by JAVES of Springfield a procession and public dinner at the Mansion Members of the order from n distance havo been The attentionof thcjroadcr is ed to tho act of the in to days relation to tho Alton and Sangimon THE TKLEORAPH ON IND Low COJIBDT the Teh bear with us till as our professional engagements occupied our time so much yesterday as to preclude areply Granny5 must have i little and vast will receive attention HENRT sonft James Pritch who resides in Looking Gloss was tilled a few days while engaged in i cut ting wheat with a reaping In at tempting to stop his horsoirom he FcD on the point of the ind injur ed so that ho sun ivod but an hour ar two after tha accident J5 The steamer Elephant arrirod hero with 177T bars iron the Alton ind Sangamon Railroad f t THE many portions of North ern thohirvcst hos alreadj com The Wheat crop 11 of much and the yield very thin has been j OuvfriendDr returned liVme yesterday pa from his European in excel lent and intoxication of like that of tho shows ns to but hides us front OP 4 Jana ftVe Erie sho were Tho which was lying her aronnl against tho adjacent breaking her in just for ivard of tht A number of pas sengers Veto before on board savcda except at number and which floated She a a perfect wreck Kol insure Awhcn the gale steercdforjhe rivet and got m without except the breaking large number and schooners come in but none nrtterially Ono schooner when rounding into the river took jibboom ahdjjowspnt off another vessel at the the i t i ft i I i ttack wot covered with sand for some and tha cnginai off the No We leam thit Dierswereswept away at As r l i July 2d Light arrived from SanJusrJ She W t on the 24th with She brings l The Independence arrivetl at SnnJJuan del the lth from Sin with 150 passengers r 1 NEW July 57oO 25 r 150 Kye flour S3 Kye Oits Pork lp l4olb S12 50a Hirer 4 feet tiad risirtg Wcatbcr cloudy and CINCINN July 2d River falling 6 inches since last evening of importanes Prom tlie Morgan Jon nil Illinois Hospital for the lassas As much interest is felt nnd a Eceially in distant portions of car 3 regard to the present condition and pros pects of this institution we hive taken some pains to such information concerning ns might be Cither useful or interesting to ourreadsrsi For tbupurposewc visit a few days and pissed whole accompanied by iJr Hi t and the under whoso supervision the work of comple tion is now npidly going on To the kind ness of tlicso gentlemen we are indebted for a full cxplimtion of the numerous ingenious which mifcethia buildingone of thcmost convenient of the mtheUm tal Greit Kiins bate been taken to procure models of similar institutions in tha different and a successful effort has been made tocoinbinethe excellences of each in The length of the entire edified as it now is three hundred feet The1 intro rtr main building has one hundred feet by fiftyfeet in Its height is six storicsj and the roof is surmounted bv a Iirge and bpiutiful oh crvatory at least one hunlrel feet ibove the founrtition The prospect from this observatory when it shall have been fin will well compensate one for the toil of climbing en or eight flights of stiirs This part of the building 13 now nearh nnd will be devoted to the use of the officers of the their f imillps and the attendants uponthc patients Ihe dining hills attiched to each wird are in this part of tho building Extending cost and west from the central ore two each one bun Ircd feet m length For scvcntvtwo feet these rise to the of four stones but at the ends most distant from each they are five stor cs high and support sm Ul observa similar tn the larger ono on the main Ihe east wing is now completed arid inuse for the accoinodntibn of Tin work mth3 west is and it is that iLwill ba ready for use in ihdnext three plan of the two wings is precisaly similar Each will contain f our on each when both are lhayl will accomoddte about two bundred The internal arrahsemcnts of tho buildimr arc most Pipes containing both hot and run throngti each storv from reservoirs in the miin patt of the building The table supplies for each ward arc clcvi tedbvmachinervfrom the basement 1 build ins thirtv feet bv two stories with nn is now in process of erection forty or fiftvfeot south of the main edifice This building will atistver tho purpose of i bake wish house for the nnd will the f Urn ices for vrirmmg tho from lhi fnrnires will conduct thh surface of the into viults m the From these it rises through Dues into nil pirts of Since the opening of the in list to the present there hue been one hundred and eighty applications for the admission of but on account of tho unfinished state of the only about nno hilf of thisnumbercoaldberccoiVT cd The whole number received is Several of these hue been more orless bctieatted and others will sonn follow them cither wliolU or partiillv restored Tinwhole ptuTof the building when com pleted will mike it about five hundred feet m and will double its cipacity for tho accomodation of pitients Hit could be com pletftl there is no doubt thit it conld soon ho filled with this unfortunite cl iss of Tho building as itnow 13 a monument to tho philnnthrnpy ot its pro nt the head of whom we place tho naino of Miss and the spirit oE enterprise and bcncficientwhich influenced our State Jcislaturoin itsmunificent faros we were able to fu bis been done in n most substantnl and does the highest crclit to tho skill of thu Architect who has supermtendeti It it saicl thit tho friends of the St Louis and Terro Hinto Kulro ulr ifter hav iiigf nlod to carryheir bill in the lave succeeded m smuggling through a pro by hope to ncomphsh their If this is it only proves the folly of who did it They will leirn that Illinois will dctcrmino Tor herself whre railroids ore to be built m icr borders L utGssr STEAOTRS AFLOAT Ward is about buildinfi two leviah in Llis chief engineer has been directed to send jroposuions to New Kork for hvn low prras iiro beam 00 mill 12 feet to pnmel boats In 45 fcU 14 feet be called tho West ern World and to run from Buffalo to Detroit in thirteen calculi led to compete with the Uonula lie ha also advertised tot any quantity of ship carpenters and joinersThey nrfttobo bmlt at Chir Michi y i i i enraged eye makes a beauty State of JGB eral mon Railroad Compuuryincornqrjted br an act entitled from field in Smgttmon approved j authnnzcd extend their said Kdilrnod from the tion of extendtbn LlfliipQuu Spriflgneld to Hloomingidn tipan tftq most climbfe to cfln noct with the Cbicnpo ancl Koclrljland Rnil at ttpoint Island not wcstof in Sillo nor in antf for the ofsnch said Alton andSangamtfnlKi Company shall ill tho Itffo tn all the in the original net of nud acts amendatory of Thir said compinr shall hare t no option tn extend their said Railroad from Kaid town of Bloomingtoi to thocity of by wav of in Will county trpon tho most direct and practicable if said conipanr sbill so nv construct said iRitlroaS not connect with any cdst la the of iintil after sud rndd touch the lim its of said ctcy vf company are hcrebv expressly prohibited from connecting with any road rnnning cast nrthis or any branch running out ot the point mirth of except antl onlv through unjl oil right to any such eistward ctrnnection or branch leading east from nny point non hv nnd dednred hrtnccftfrtb Chicago and AfissiaSippr RoJrdad and bv nnd rfndtfr thnt tmd eorponi tion shall henceforth md J corporate and hold and be as also under the in said nnd shill beand beeaau VtSrttsli with al the property estate of every in the name of Slid Altnii and LRaiIroad Comp brj come liablp to all tho restriction and obligitions made or incurred in thi ongmil on I all suits now 5 liabilities or m ide in slid onginil n shall proeccd err ue to be withflift anv delav on WJ count of said altoratiou tiptm the of the of being Altered of in cnurt where any h or now ing or hereafter sought to be enforcorfc Iho Capital Stock of aid companv marbe in 3 creasetl to Uch sum of rjnoney as may bi i r neccsary to and maintain sud exteaiion how That th entire Capitil stock nf said companv shall not three million fivo hulKlrcd thousind And sSid comp mr sholl have mthority to increase the number of not in It shall be lawful for the Sa7d cimr panv to unite with anv othrr Railroad ComJ pan which may Iiavc or mayhereafter be by this ind to grant W any uch company the right to onstruct jm f use anv pnrtion of authorised tn bl constnlcted by anv of the amendments of tho original charter ol the and Riilroid therein mode or tn made upon such terms as miy be mutualls upon between tltttrvi1 an I the slid Chiczjo and Uissjosippi Knilroait any shall hive power to in 1 arrangtfnienta Mr the tnnsportuiton freight and eumrd or to be ned upon snid frord Alton to St ind for hi purpose to ind ase such bo it or boats as be SPC 4 Thit previous to any application being mideto the for the ippo nf mcnt of 13 provided in eleventh section of which this is on ic shall fat the dutv of the Commissioners to givi notice to those interested in the hnJ over which t he said Rulroad Compnnv sircs to obtain thenghtof wiv which notiro shill be in the time such is to be miJe to the and shill be served upon the owners in 1 hosc interest J in said by the stoncr of sud or bvany Sheriff or Constable of the cnuntv in which slid per sans in the sime wny as servico of process in and r those are resMente af he of or m case said owrtes or those ill crcstoJ shall be nonresidents of of thm such notice may be pnbhcition in n newspaper published in County where sud lands or in ease ther4 is m newspipcr published in then in the nearest p iblishJ nt this Stats Slid publication shall contim the nimos nf tin pirties m s tid the dascnTition of he and time npplicition to be mule to tl4 Governor far the appointment of l sioncrs 0s anJ shall bo m ide four first of be at leist thirtv days before applica tion is to b i Sec o Thiv copic of ill boo or proceedings orparts appertaining to sud Rail road of to the powcdinas htr tofore hid in the tion of tho origin il cmpiw bv tha or since h Railmi 1 certified to bo true copies bv clerk or kaepcr of the under of Slid the said clerk or keeper al so certtmng thit heisintrustcfT with saFe the of which ha gives certified sliiU he recfiieJ as prvnti fncin uitmco of thq ficts c rtifi m nil thr of this State in nnvsmt or nnv prnof of the identic nf sild clerk ft of books is Sec 6 For the purpose of facilitating tin construction of th R ulroid h this the slid corpnntinn ind shill 1 perraittel to uejroti iti a to m or In t to tho nmoiinof its Cipit il ind to pledso ill nf its an 1 nnd all nf its an 1 franchises plvnvnt Sprtiker nf the House of of the Si June Ifi ti C CNITTP STATES OF State of DAVTB L Srrctnrv of of tho sud State nf do herebv ccrtiv th it tho foregoing a true oopy of the r6Ued law now on fie in my In testimony t C T Q hereunto set my hind s J greit Scif of at tlio citvf thisSlet diy of A 1 Secretary of ft will tie seen bytha following cx triot from onfl of our occasionil Boslcii cor that capitalists in thit weu is in New are notf aimoia for the cxpurtatiou of Louts BOSTON Tuno IS Our monev continues jvcrr tho ranging from 4 to 6 nar Large exports of sititViie bankers nnd capitilists nr tlioprisenttii cillt to P   

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