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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - July 16, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                StsgsraV j State an influential omposedi IheobjectofthcscjarKcs STO tale possession of adistnctin IheStMo BEOWS i nEcrarn Ihe Whig State icstcrday TVB published the Donunations known Ue that now invests this usually quiet HbluStMIHa ZS or A of iUitirtd s r 4 XOOlrAITP JOB la eautBctlra with Book and Fancy Job Into tbe mticl rfT M BIttS OF to ucnoD MU t Susmcss TTM JtTHCXER JL BBCOVT ILLTKOIS VEALEKS in Safldlcrv and Sadulcts1 and rjT EALERS IN BOOTS AND South Alton tt S TOITBO K H i I i imOLBSALE BaUere m uL dcscnpuoo ot Foreign und American Kardmire III C IIT DKl GOODS Seoood etxcct t AND JBETAIL deoleis in acliool jW miacdUmeous Wank window musical looking and articles and DEALERS IS DSS CLOTH KO HATS 4 ASD AIM Canuulaslon and HIAKK FIEBSON fc OSE STORE MOREAS Ic DEALERS IN r WHOLESALK AM COMMISSION1 MERCHAKTS RVKIE AND FORWARDING AXD COMMISSION SIEKCHASTS Frontand A DEALERS IN DRY BOOTS AND C BEIA1L dealers in boots gro ceriescoracr of etatoand made byfhe Whig State on the afternoon of the and today ire re pnblish the addition of ihe electoral a stiJ and empty where a stranger can i collect iaa I but do not i as yonmajilike the State might bo nnd have ever since been urging upon tae Tartj the neces sity of bnnguig out their brat and ma king a tho We thought they were m tut mow that we have on opportunity of looking at their it u evident that either the Whig press was merely racking a or that their best men are unwilling to be put up and a means of ing np the party TTe confess we are jas from indications previous ioTther meeting 5f the had got the impression that either our worthy the Hon the T S of would have been the nominee J3ithcr of these gentle men would carry a much stronger rote than but they arc old cunmng and prefer to wait until moro fa vorable opportunity of being elected presents As the proceedings of tho Convention show that the severalnoniinationswere made by e presume no others were found who were willing to accept such thank less v So far as the arc we have but little nt this tiine to WEBB we belicvato gen tlemanly and qualified for the discharge of the duties of tho should ac cident occur as to place him in tbe Execu tive He was a member of tha Legis lature for several but of late has lived in retirement in White CoL MoRWsONj the candidate for isbctter known over the State than any other candidate on the it is a matter of surprise to us that he should have been so reckless as to accept of a nomina wben it is recollected that for a year or two tho Colonel has been generally acting with the and his political faith frequently it may reasonably be supposed that he considered some sort of white washing necessary to re store him to the confidence of the Whig par by aa a species for the We will leave him to cies of Judge With the other gen tlemen on the ticket we have no personal ac lOn examinations at thoMeth dist College were UChis Insti the post over1 and under the snperintcntlanceof its rescnfr in fThe examinations havingtaken lace before our we are jmiW peak of them soinetcn or will graduatethis iormjtheir ogrecs vflJIibe on Thursday eve f 1 took JhesjociousPresbytenan church as filled to the r was extremely sultry We hear ises spoken of as we did not T6 in timoto attend them Many of the are of such pecnliar nature as hard r to be appreciated by most of were seated some distance from the The music was pronounced and several of the which weare unable to were highly interesting and amusing1 I will endeavorrto get some DEALER in staple nnd fancy dn clotbmE oil goods gaicialiv Alton W mong the reported deaths on the weriotice the names of the from Illinois Joseph died June of died Juno Samuel L died June H died June David n of Sangamon died June 8 LESimE Ic ASS KETAIL dealers in drnpX patent window and every thins in their line of dsti BARRY fc WHOLESALE AXD KETAtt BEALEKe in Patent corner of aid and DEBOW t Co DEALERS IN DEr clothin lewis and Commission andfur warding Alton Pinsa BTVHOLESALE 4 Grocers and dcal i crs in Foreign Jt domestic Constantly on hand evejy thing m tho Grocery and tie best assortment of Pure Foreign Liquors ever offered in this Cash for all kinds rf Country duly the State of Ohio thereare now 987 milespf railway in opera nnd over 1DOO miles in the construction of which will be completed mthin two y making two thousand miles of railway within one steamer Columbus arrived yester day with bars iron for the Alton and Sangamon E K This is said to be the last to come up She has also sacksSalt for this the recent annual commencement if Shnrtleff tbe degree of was conferred on of this city Orreu ofrihis of Adams Co COLE It DEALERS in floor Fiasa sU t OLESALB AM KEIAIL Dealers in Drj Ready Hade Comer of bccond jind ws HEALTH or XETV to the report ef the Board of there were 251 interments fortho Tvees endingon the 27th Of which 73 were BUCKSIASTER t All of CanI WHICH we tnurant to be m finish and to anytiin j of the est 1 T AMnowwcnaredtoattcndlo tic fonmrdmg merchinJise and packages of every to north or south iliri W J L JJ Central STORAGE recently raited and fitted np the large store room one door abovoBuur iBallenger 1 In the Plaqucmine SStwere collected for tha Washington Mon ument at axeccnt A tuibox was Jaccd at each which bore the inscrip ion Monument ime totho Memory bf The number of votes polled was 679 Greene County Convention meets to We understand there is a strong eeling infavoroMoHX CAtadcTYof Spring raxive on merchandise pnidneo of every on tbe most reason mble 1 CHARLES COMMISSION t Front rpHBinbscriberhavinoniple store mam oflcrslns JL iemces as Commission and Fonrardinc mer cbanV and irill give his peisonal attention to tho sell ing or forwarding of produce or merchan by the Alton 4 Sangaiwn or upon any tbe amving at this His charges The machinery of the old Monongahela wassold yesterday atpnblie Captain Sobert Beillev purchased the boilers for He designs nsmg them in his new boat iow building on the Ohio COMMISSIO amplenomjorthe storage and sajc of nutionol prodnco nnd prepared to purchase or sell in announcing he nomihationof Scott and asserts hat will carryJsorth CarolinaanilVir Possible1 Tie Alton Telegraph has an nounced same worthies would carry Illinois ITVMch Jleffuter i Cental iMEWCAS ZXPRESS I can haw it done IV leaving IhB same at wy of 7 afcrtjJ located himself in theeUuens of thb community Oolcn mENDEES his profeBsionat scmces to the oticcns Alton and He may be found at the Barry comer of ficcondanc SJatestneU jj of fte Western College ot JJ wnud inform the citizens of Alton Csatio haalocatcd here permanent ly and would ofiolus professional scmces to tho cit tiensot the place and vicinity not may founalit his on one door east of THE nndersiKnea taltcs plcKim in inforaung lie nnjMji nmcticc at it vcars in ujowin i pnbUojaat mud prepared junction Offiwoi residence of Jtnvccu F Kecoltert is stated that anijng the year end ing in there died in the city ot LOUISA and of and under five jcars of 1 Hfe at describing life at twenty the following unique manner We ore wild Theres no such thing as taming we ride thai fiery am bead over lean tho five barred gate of reason without touching oorb of orpnlling harder than a titmouse upon ihe BtrongTem of Andat twenty yon are perfect going nttheratc of rules an beat love the steam which yon sometimes blow off in anxiety and nre the train that you At this season of life jon are filled of everything loota romantic Iwophiiing over a barrel ion girls and Trays now read novels til your gintarfs hafe softened into scntimcnta nnd BetBed into ihe asthongl Tonwonld like to soar from stario star tick little planncts tekc crairy comets fy their bLozing nnd poll them into thei right sit nponthe highest peat of a thunder cloud and Iangleiha red lighbunj bctiveen TOUT thumb n watcl and then dive into tho goldenfsnnsc and snort with the speed pnlUhe liosc thetaSninThe moon ransack knock n lew panes Sut o feel JliAu evening of She experiencea heavy but Weather i s r s 3d The cars of the Panama Railroad arc yy Bay tho samo evening nt The havemiadeagoodtiin pression a decided hit Their are nightly and their music appre ciated iFrom present indi they bid fiiir to barmcWr Sfato by and thus roan to pecuniary U brick pastor jThe Roman Cathobes have purchased a lot in the opposite corner offsamQ for which and have expressed determination to erect within a a Cathedral to cost Wei noticed among the namo of the James President of with regard to these two Institu and send r v r r Yesterday took place the exam nation at the Female we were so fortunate as towitness This Insti ition is under the charge of Sel formerly of andnnder bis iost admirable and efficient is attaining a reputation and tru r Nor is less praise due his most excellent whose engaging and rrne kindness of renders the Seminary i attractive and a plcas nt spot to all who may have occasion to vis t it The exercises wero after the usual or some of the compositions were a few and a very few we will bytheyoung was certainly and pronunciation in nearly all the distinct Some read too nd a very few to we aremore wil ing to call that n fault of our than oth nnse The music was one of the finest fea rres of the examination The quanetts and lees were well of 3 oar ding sawing but cheerfulmons when sung really mparts a glow of enthusiasm to the and elevates hiss hair a trifle Last the Tcmale Educational bo iGtys Annual Meeting was and ad resscs made by Rev Mr of and of this place We learn bat a fullaudieneewas and aosc acquainted with the need not e informed that something good was Other engagements precluded our at but wiU notice it more fullj in our To da takes place the exhibition of the Deaf and Dumb this the or rather tho i close of tho Female when tho degrees and nazes will be awarded and this evening comes off the concert of Griersoris Brass and String assisted by amateur perform and and something unusually fine is anticipated So you we iave our time pretty roll to day The town is full of all on the gui Bine for the and our land drds havoiheir houses arid beds full and in he general many poor with humole who arrived rather iave been incontinently the Odd Fellows from Springfield come down to partake of a dinner fivcn by that Order This town is also hronged with in to to the Whig By we may believe that the trig gers are a platform of gassy material ished and tlwfWhig party of Illinois once more set on its legs More anon Jeorgetown i and superior the Jesuit Order in the Tinted i n The Unitarians are making efforts to se cure tho purchase of the jomflining va cant corner on cmentioned where they hope to build a handsome churchSue cess to HI f i J t i A law has just passed our en acting a tax of 0 cents worth of goods sold belonging1 to parties liv ng out of tho citizens of the United States or in foreign that are con signed to commission merchants here Chis law also requires our commission merj chants to take out give good and sufficient with penalty of afe for refusinjs to exhibit their books of toiflio Inspector or Tax Col appointed byj the Governor of the State Ims is m addition to the city tax and city r which have boon in force or a year Our commission merchants ruo all signed a remonstrance to the refusing to submit to its as and each pledge them selves to expend not to S500 jn con any or any attempt to enforce his iniquitous law npon which is in all keeping withtho Inspection Laws for lour and liquors before referred to by Exchange on N Tort 3 premium Sold dust on average is worth S17 35 to 40 per it is quite and at these rates our bankers must lose money in draw ing bills of AH advance must Illinois Whig State Convention July Delegates met in the JIall of Representa ives at 11 Tho Convention proceeded o Anson of was elected President and oC liison of and A of Resolutions were adopted for appointing o committee of one from eachCongressional to examine credentials of and report the names of those entitled to seats also a one from each Congressional District to report officers for he permanent organization of the Conven The President announced tho and the Convention adjourned until 2 oclock TWO OCLOCK p M Convention met pursuant to adjournment Mr from committee reportei ihe followingnsmedgontlcmen for pcrmanenl officers of the Convention O H Tree R N B TAMES WM PINTTVET WALKED t A The nomination of J5 B WEun for Gov iras made by D was nominated bj ac cliunation for Lieut was nominated by accla mation was unanimously nom inated for Secretary of State wns nominated unanimous ly for STATE T5cnD I JOSEPH GUI DISTRICT isC 2nd SrdDist isl CHARLES SthDist 9lh JOHN Al RICHARD 1 o This mine wns discovered in 1784 y some vvho extracted me Tthin a large masses of silver 01 hcTTiwroy oZSfexico laid claim to the mil in thenamoof the King of as bemgi toorvahfthUHo be allowed to become 1 of any private ot anj ppvate incuviaoal n of so tlpis ostt is became tbcsubjo t pf a prp rnctedlawsuitIurst before tHe court of uadaloxaro the decwionofirliuJnvasinfft or of the then botoro the GonQ whichniadejit out o tho property of the Crown Thopeflurb dstateofEuropenndibebreaTong out of Tvaun Mexico preventoci the Crown from1 ver profitmg Jby the Apachcp c remained since that undisturbed aslerso tho district in whichthe uiine of Arrisona is situated iThtfobjoct lof tholprescnt oxpodition is to lundrcd vvno are now on their way Wewish them success in their We have both San Francisco and Sacra mento papers of the 1st brought down to Panama by the S ARRIVAL OF THE SEAHAXS clipper ship Seamans arrived in the harbor yesterday in 101 days from Jew and42from Valpa at which latter port she was detained a considerablelength of time to repair damages n a gale she experienced about 809 miles to the westward or that she lost her fore mast close to her tongallanf and mizzcn topgallant mast PAYMENT 01 STATE STOCK perceive hat twcntv one thousand dollars now n the State ft been set apart for the redemption of a p jrtion of the State seven icr cent bonds which fall due on the 1st of 1835 Tho cash is to be put np at those parties bidding the largest amount of stock taking Scaled arc to be received at tho office of tho State until 4 p M of the 24th of Ten per cent of the amount bid for must accompanv the proposal as collateral se curity The bonds bid must be the first coupons This amount of cosh has been hus appropriated in accordance vuth an act massed on the lost day of sup plementary to the First Civil Funding md it should obsoib nearly worth of State debt The warrants under the law alluded to above amounted to about Tha law provided for the issuing of bonds to the amount of Also that on the 1st day of 030 should fall duoand be paid at New Tort In the course of two we may except that tho whole amount of debt under the law will bo reduced to the amount which is payable threo months The first issue of civd bonds will therefore be cancelled long before tho law ntcnded they should be Maj the State lias re cently given notico in accordance to tho Sec ond Cml Funding passed on the 1st of May that the State will be prepared to cancel all the three per on Ihc 1st of next and that no interest will be al lowed to accrue on tho bonds after that date EXPCLSION or THE CirrsESE learn that the expulsion of the Chinese emigrants from the mining districts in the interior is going on Resolutions similar to those passd at other places were adopted a few days sinco near El Dorado nnd in pur suance of them tho Chinese diggers were ex not knowing what to and being destitute of means they wended their way to where they were relieved by Mr J W takingplty on set them to work on a small island in the until he could dmse other means for their re promising to sec the governor in their tho comnany tp workJhenunQ 1 wo b 0 the1 GKEAT Ritchie amporUd rom lost seven of siatic or broad tail which soon jro uced nineteen This California grop s now coming two of the ewes having ecently hadivo lambs each three of one lit er and tho whole of are notv ajivo id growing f Trora the Panama June 73th What a handsome transaction is the con ract for the last section of tho Panama mentioned by Mr in his recent speech nt New as Riven to Strone he contractor is to receive per mile or tho which in all probabih ensure mprofit of some per anile the 1 charge of all the tropps tho Isthmus of died in this cltvon Monday fter a brief aged 80 ye irs Be was native of and one of the f orcmost f the revolutionists who achieved tho inde cndence tins Republic He has been a romment actor in tho history of Gro Indian and his services were ppreciated Gen M died of and singular coincidence of which we arc reminded bj his death We have been assured that the three last eommindantes of ie Cols Nunez and and Gen all died of the iree last Bishops of this province have all led of paralysis His memorywill be cher shcd LATE FROM S Gos teomer arrived in nr port after n passage of 70 hours Party spiriMs running quite high in Ore gon The papers are filled with political ar and both parties arc busy in holding and making nominations for oanty officers and members oE the Lcgisla The election takes place m June V Tcrriton ll Temperance Convention as cmbled nt Marion t was largely and it was unam nonsly and enthusiastically resolved to pro cure speedily as tho adoption of he Maine liquor law by the lemtonal Leg LATE FROM THE MINLS the past ew there have been several persons in rom tno somo of whom wcro resi dents of thecitv and uponwhom vc can relr They all agee in the statement liat the miners are doing remarkably averaging about an ounce per laj sew discoveries still nearer ore constant V made Thus it will be seen that the fllliamctte Tallcv is fast approximating to he centre of a rich mining country behalf as soon as SHOCKING the evening ot tho at or near the ranch of Capt Phif fourteen miles back from a part of mutual friends among whom weroMr a brother of Col W M of and Capt in the employ of the Government In the course of some words escaped from at which Howe took Smith immediately declared that it was not his intention to insult nnd express ed ius willingness to retract the offensive at the same time offering his hand to Howe as a proof of his Howe refused to accept Smith then made somo and moved when ho was alarmed two shots from a pistol fired af ter instantly returned and inquir edwho itwas that shot aThim Howo re plied whereupon Smith eyou wont shoot any more or words to that drew his pistol and the ball struck Howe directly in tho nnd he fell ho liv ed but five Tmirates after receiving the shot to Itmiciaforburlll said Hogarth Gilbert genra is nothing but labor nnd Isaac Newton sold oiiimsoUj that i he had cverbecntableto do ho had JxmlHacon remarked that a man would do to carrv aneneilin write down the thoughts ofrtho jJPhoso Lhstmmo imsooglft Sro commonlj the aaore vsluaUeand should iq occaosettoy seldom on tho afternoon of Mr J smitir wasKtomincd before Judge and hon orablv acquitted nnd discharged from cus todyj Arumi or THE Snt CIUBLES DRE iDmMoaTALrrrrTho British ship Sir Charles Captain amvcdyes tcrdav 90 days from 18 cabin 156 When oat ono week from the dys entery and fever began to and continucdsvith more or less virulence for about threo in which timo no less than wcreconsigned to the A success 01 ofcauas coinmop jQeaf caused this great thereat time was most the j sate was 90 fronvport were not of enough to AH anpearanco of disease left the to her arrival ufporl J3BPABTBBE o AsBxrnrqtoMOE WottKLS THE SILVER MrSES sailed from ship Archibald a party of Guav We understand that they are acting i jGcnjPicrce proved tp be by thejournals o iThatwtoo good In addition to the above funny he in tha same ar ticle a g jod which is particularly and being desirous ot giving onr neighbors full credit for ALL tha good things they we give it to our readers as in evidence of neighbors can when hard push iBOMTiiE S he arrival oE the bark from the Sandwich Ifonolu u papers to the 5th of May The Argus ontains the proceedings of the House of which had been some imo engaged in tho preparation and discus ion of The some which has ahvaysbecn op posed to the missionaries exercising political says the article of the new Constitu prohibiting clergymen from seats inthe has been struck out by both louses The moral the civil and po itical rights of our small bard of Pilgrim thus been triumphantly vindi cated by amajorityot tHelnthe Ilouse oi and bj the costing vote of ho President in the Houso of Nobles THE LVXD DISTRIBUTION BILL Bennetts Dill passed the Ilouse on the 26th by a roto of DC to SG f ollowingis a condensed tatcment the from the Y Herald twill come up all standing in the we hink By the first there is granted everally follows lo and 3 to Ala nnd to Illinois and 000 and to to both hio and Indiana all the public ocatcd orrcscnedjlyinj within their limits md to each of the States Rhode Islan North and South and at the rate of one hundred and if ty thousand acres for cich Senator and Rcpre sentatne in the present and to each of the organized territories nnd the District of acres By the second sec first named eleven States oronuthor zed to applv the proceeds of tho lands thui Tanted to to aid in the construction ol ailroads to each of nich is granted the right of the land to be taken up in alternate for six miles in width on each side of said several reserving the right of pro cmption to and lands so granted to the first named eleven to o sold as tha work and tho roccodslobe applied to no other purpose Tho third section provides that the ands so granted to the first nraied eleven states shall be applied to aid in thcoonsrruc i on of railroads alreadv or for vhich such States havo made appropriations or pledged their and the remainder to e applied to aid in the construction of such other railroads as their Legislatures shall de ngnate To this section of Now proposed ant amendment which was designating the particular lines of rail road to which the of the soles of such lands should be applied To tho nine teen last mentioned States and the Temto and the District of authority nven to applv theproeceds of lands ftp them to tho support of or for other useful public purposes t nnd theCom niissioncr of Public Lands as un thc direction of tho Sccretarv of tho In to issutt iana tu o each are and which they nre Overall authorized to sell nnd dispose it the title towhich is secured to purchas ers by the United but no Tor1 or is prrmittcd to locate any its own name or for its own ben cSt Ry the three remaining roes of railroad so constructed are to be post roads upon which shall be transported the military andproparty of tho Ignited at snch rate of compensation as shall bo fixed by all lands nre not subject bylaw to private entry fty mdi I In this pctrated thefunniest thing wo evcrJiearcUjf Wong father1 fhingse denied tliat General was drunk at a lonedby or thatTie lio liabitofgcttingdruuk We beconvinifea bf of the editor tlie Courier irGcn1 hEiasbcci ed to take a great interest in all that was go formed with the melancholy tic BltnuTVhosc exhibition had Various wPrei an swered iblo to sec nothing in bis ch but the sagacious nnd the most riUiant military matter low gfarmjjly the Contrary appears J3e h by demonstra bv use of amusing1 scenes vferi translated by the teach ajonog man hnrmg gone upon n ekatiiig nnJ being ff Jyt We assure the editor of the1 Caurt er3 that notwithstanding expenditure of wit and wcsnallncvj er hesitate to correct in a fncndlv wav as often as hiswant of respect for the trains of history require The editor of the Cou rier to us with tbe crime of but we are by no means in it may even both two are rash and there is at least lope in thefuturofor us alas for he magcnitbout the wisdom and which years should bring1 i ISOCTETT or Tire Cncorx VTI Dr Joseph until now tha last survu ing mem ber of the original Society of died at on tSe 25th in the 91st year ot his age nice little quarrel has just been got en up on the score of between George the and M Los author of the Field Book of the Revo lution Lippard charges the otXr with stealing an incident in regard to tha signing of the Declaration of from his Washington and his to which ilr Lossing replies thathe saw the never wanted and would not like to be suspected having read it Ashuurton Treaty extradition under the Ashburlon in which a man named THOMAS KA was claimed bj tho British Government for an assault with intent to committed in lias recently been before the United States Commissioner in New and wa decided on Monday the 2Sth ult in favor of the claim made for his delivery to the British authorities The excitement among the countrymen and friends of the prisoner was so that it was not deemed safe to bring him into Court at the time the decision was made for fear of an attempt at rescuing him from the officers crowded for you mnst Mr evsrjbody gbes to these a Work is laid asido to a great and the whole town is on the tosaynotbingof theswarm oti strangers Ihe exercises were quite and fof the most very interest ing The music most and well performed The composi tions were all creditable and i several were pronounced as possessing unuj issuths speech it ihn Tabernacle is said to hire netted Jackson Monument Committee of havo for propo sals for the pedestal for the monument to be crectcJjn that city to the memorv of Gen The monument is to be a bronze equestrian to cost only half this hasbeen Throelyeors will be necessary to complete the work Cy The City Council ot Cincinnati hive ordered the Kossuth bill to be paid island N was sold rccentlv to C F for to its wfirfr VEfv from tie Amvi The the wrsck ot tho includ ing Judge supposed pursued by a and hair 1 uch of the closing ex the rehersalof the in br an rntcrcstmgxoung way a bcaptful thmgjthc ges and emotions of tBo narrator ing most touchmgly tliepithos and sentiment of that holy passageThis un der thecare of is in aBounsning and universal Yesterday afternoon the commencement pf Dt July 9 Tho Houso of bills forthe rates House agreed tosmarJmcntspronoaeilta 1st section tage on each bonnf of BO t Jpy or fraction of mi un der 3000 miles said distance doub these rates newspoparsand periooica icaUr not oneouncejpublfshedasof4 ten aa once in two nod scntfrom of fiic of publication to actual half the at or quarterly in advance when lelrv to to brf thelFemalesnninaryteokplacc ThebuUdj Af tcr a dcbatef yithoirt action tlie How crowded forvou menu long deSatecnsasSortthiS adjourned in prrvote for lafetyof Passengers on by was taken up without whoa Senate adjourned nil no quorum being 1 Juh River risen on Mich since Sales 7 anv demonstration ever got up itf Business was entirelv and Stf houses alung Hie line of the grocesaion com pletoly shrouded m in a special started fur at 12 and two other trains followed at sual high merit Twenty voun Ter rllcn f the number received ibWs mess two little Misses of this for good bo f July I and and a B j rhc fanontj m hon of Galena for tbe best and a Miss gr o y imposing of of for the best composition The closing address to tho by the was well cho and listened to wrth deep This Institution had 13G pupils the post vear In the a contort was given by Gricrsons Brass and which passed o3f very Ihc weather was exj j Tha musical performance was but smgmg was hard When half a dozen men stand np before an audience of nearly all la 70SK MARKETS and with untrained and nntuseJ hammer off some piratical sea or some throat stretching and ear splitting cho SmtUwra S4 Ptnapylvoma white SI Pvi 2 000 hnliels at SBc Beff IW 70 bolts Havana iild 05 t nwcdOil Preen two r River 2fect 9 and falling JnH 3 1S Alarkcts uaebanscd m cvcrv refpct ance would be pronounced a bore But the performance and his with several amateur was and a credit to the commumtv To dav takes place ihe nual Commence ment of the Illinois and the Commencement of ths Methodist when nine or ten young ladies graduate 1 GEO T s SM dispatch for tho Cunncr J Julr rf Editor I that you haveJrcidy intiraatcj to I The Morgan Countv Democratic 1 tion have instructed their delegates to the 1 Congressional to vote for Ndw i ton of thi for Congress Tho ceremonvor burninir pf a priest in In thf Central Committee of our Countorgan dja ja rf 4ho mot bat tirriblo the of calling a Convention for the of appointing dilegatcs to the Carlyslo Convention to ho hold Monday of August nest This is all well and I hope that our Ceatral Committee will see that the thins is attended At no spectacles of We find tan count of it in the jecctit life of JaJsoOr written bv her successor i The honor is pa to priests of hish ranK and usuollv in the bodies havim been preserved for the bv a process which redncei moro than the present has it been nectary J them corkldte Thn aloa7 I for thcf wtreal are su nermtcndea bv fie head min of the several I each distncs training its separato for tha Democrats of oar coua y to b2 not only in regard to oar couny affa also in regard to the affairs of onr Congre sional District It must be remsoiberea tlat Madison countj is one of the largest coant cs in tue an 1 in iipporliomng o it thj funeral 11 tho moat impnrtant various it is hu right that noshonld anil difficultpirtoE the preparation Alog of dancers und and contri buting the usual ghtterm The constrnctton nf in which shall rival that of n nciehbonn district i IHE of tlic Rich j our full share of the honor nominal mend writing from lam at present unadvi el tu what says Ihaejnst examined the register kept at this and up to the 19th 717 940 and head of cattle had passed this place Trom the best information I cm we arc about the centre of emigration on this and it is the impression generally that an equal proportion will pass up by the opposite sido of the on what we call the Jsorth or Bluftroad According to this about including women nudchtl arc destined for C ilifornia and Oregon I am in oty the most correct idea I ccn dom ibont onethird nf this number emigrating to samcpnn ry fne Denmcraoy of Sangnmon county haie instructed delegates to the Con grcssional to for Congrcs 7 DKHOCIUCT OF SCOTT Coivri rlc mocracy of Scott in county convention last nominated Hoi Esq the lower house of th Legislature Thta is i most excellent anil deserves j tho energetic support of the bcrof candidates will present as a but as it is intended ttf run fore the Carlysla Convention fnr the on instead of risinjr throiish the but I understand that there will bo 12 placed on and has ouite a and some contention ticipated among the various I br hevo oldMadison goto into the field this tim OTthuutacanlidate for anv oEc am 5orry for for she unque uoaa blj is entitle Ho oac of if jn thmorning of the pala d tiif vari Our St Clair county who 1 think Ous tleckwl in the of their Ins no mater claims nnd fatne and hv hasneitherbeUernorinoe talented not coat nt with a L S i for last foir nricti Imnni been pmtouslv restore to j c soine fa or whatever else fan may desisn standing in an imposing Non 1 titndc nccnpiei the platform above the to the machine an appearance of a Circuit Jn an 1 atatia anl only for newal of all thns oSBra and thit too when f ni or rother returned thcir original a thiek co of emcreJ with jtd arc convejed in a manner dus ribcil Mrs Uroadlnen rompames of professioTil inonrner fo the iid Ell then r with thcihn 1 do rTot blame old St Clan for entations and She has a pcrfuct right to nak lo she has a candidate in thfield for Lt Gov ernor all this all she can but it does aeeai to me tb it j reach hi the it would be little more like to ap but magnificent still aurronnrtel portion th oTiceb aiU by their gorgeous but Tt arc pbced on an haviiig tna un and iinopinl bv a body else a dunce once m a while arcmcnniid Dcmoci aft in our county just bv a glitterms The musicinny popu tho i The Whig p irty of Illinois LI not now the attenuated nnd inconsnKrahlc Iiodv wlnqh it wasduring the campaigns which clecteu HiKlusov andMr PotK1 to thi Presi Tel as capable of holdiirj as those of anv tnn higbT end the interest the smaller coantics nave ravonto canuiuoina j ow rnn tsna tne interest lot thembe brought out and oil Madison becomes Fvcrj cvom thavKtmuI wifl stand and sec that FlH 11 il uuillca ml don Thev ire entitled to nnd mb a 1gn twm of if ther Tk 1 am for to moment increasing1 it1 in their fat or I am oppose I to monopolies draws near the pyre Tbu It is not cvenfAaMn or an the We learn from hero JUST1CL pllc lighted tcrcmonici Ihrelfesnftliohonnr isrtnortcdthat Gen Picreedid not in an the crowds ami the vn declaration otindcpendencc 15 p mmdbouts of conTitufatioii anl tnumphant write the decla clt is reportBl that Gen Siolt Jli write tho foUowinp i We learn from Capt of thr IWf I now hesitate between extending the pe Cn5ttin his con ista of CW tnna nod of resiucnce before a Timimad Mit deducted from to the State i bs aifnatcd It wilUthus from all parts tho itate ittcn ling state nnd tho U S that all kinds of cropi throughout thistate nre ina flourishing condition promising an abunJait In the northern portion of tho state most of repeal of theacts of Congress water the crops arc moro backward than owi mind inclines to tho jcr t iropnAable had sh it is of been to pevent her fruw b nt u woall if had been alipttton tne pier hut t and he hart to east nnchnrm We dont think Scitt wtich condition bwax trnckb tip pendence ing to cold but tho present warm wcathens firmgmg themfonvirdnpinly the centre they ne as fine as ever in thisropon are cutting nnd all hind that maybe grant contains Uis following thoTcrntoneSjOntlthapistnctof for tho ofjschool other useful How this bill fare in the Senate remains to be jBhcnabout twelvermilesoafrofChjca   

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