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Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - July 23, 1852, Alton, Illinois if for JULY ALTON5 JULY VOLUME TOMBER DE3IOCSATIC COUNTY MEEHHG It will be observed by the call of tho Chair man of the Democratic county that the Democracy of Madison are request ed to meet in Conventional on SATURDAY the 24th inst This meeting Ia called for the purpose of appointing Delegates to the Congressional Convention to be held at on the 2d day of August which time thenewly or ganized 8th will meet to select a candidate for and one for Prosecu ting There is considerable feeling over the dis trict in relation to who shall be the candidates for both the and in relation to the ap portionment of Delegates fixed by the mem bers of the Legislature from this who also designated while at the time 1 and place of its Wo hope to see every precinct in Madison county represented at Edwardsville on the 24th and Delegates appointed to the Carlysle as will fairly reSec the will of the Democracy of old in regard the choice of her public servants From the position of Madison county in the and her large Democratic she will be enabled to wield great influence in the and with great confidence and present to that body the name oJ one or more of her as candidates for the offices to be We are not now arc if of any member of the party in this county I who has leen spoken of as likely to be brought I but there is no lack of them else cither forCongress or Prosecuting At torney and no danger of these important of going Clair as has no less than two candidates for at least one I for Prosecuting in addition to the present nominee on the State and their claims will undoubtedly bo urged with the tenacity and zeal which has always charac terized St Clair This we do not object to any but hav l ing been almost denuded of her prominent I men by promotion to various elera f ted would it not be well for her and j old Madison to stand back a and give l some of the talented and unflinching Demo i crats of the smaller counties south of a chance for the nominees from among For many no county south of Clair has had a or Prosecuting Attorney and it does seem to us that such s counties as I or have plenty good men among well qualified for the faithful discharge of the duties of the offices and whose nomination would L be but a simple act of justice to the southern c portion of the This is unquestionably the feeling of Mad ison and unless we are greatly mis she will be found side by side with the I Hmttller counties of the in aceom t plishing this For convenience of future we I subjoin the li A of Counties comprising tho Congressional with the Tote for I Cass in 184S Clair Madison a merchan of Detroit was nominated on the 1st inst by the whigs of that ae candi date for GovcrnOTj and Walbridge o Kalamozbo for total loss in Boston forth first half of the year is estimated at quarter of million of nearly ahun dred thousand dollars more than during th same period in 1851 t order has been given to lay dou additional moorings in the Cove for eleven men of The object of assemblin BO large a fleet in Ireland is not very percep and is creating a good deal of conjee ssouri Legislature is to be con vened in special on the 30th of An gust of was scalded so jadly on Monday as to cause its death an the following Boail Clinton Marion lf Jefferson Washington Kondoljih Monroe 371 431 C93 605 577 CS9 Ench county will be permitted tosend what number of delegates they see but of only cast the vote of their coun of St The liberality of this gentleman hasbecome a not only in but over the whole It is really gratifying that in the far reaching and universal passion for such men as Bacon are f unite to great ed Louis mny be well proud of such In the Louis New we find a statement of one of his latest generous and as the recipient is a reverend gentleman well and highly appreciated in this section of our t we take pleasure in giving it Who is there in this that will do as much for ffieir pastor CWc are also advised of a very pleasant affair touching Haveners Blelrose iproperty that we spoke of Ba i the eminent and liberal bauker of this has purchased two ten acre lots in eaid and has caused the deed for one to be made out to his I and given instructions for the immediate im prorcment of the lot with cottage house and all at his own for the use of his friend and The other lot he designs improving f or Tending The Presidential elections take place on the second day of November in all the States in the same Previous to that time the following elections will be held August 2d 5 August 2d August 2d August 2d 3d North August 5th August Sth September 7th September 13th October 4th j Ar October 4th j October 6thj South October llth Pennsylva October 12th October 12th The Trenton Mutual Fire Insurance com has become hopelessly Their losses already exceed their available and they have been obliged to sus pend The amount subject to draft in the various government depositories on the 21st of Jane was The amount of gold bullion deposited tit he Philadelphia mint for coinage for the months 30 was The light house at tho end of the govern ment at was carried away on Friday week last by a heavy A very destructive fire occurred in on Saturday It originated from the fire works used in celebrating the and before it could be de strovcd sixteen GOOD Monday the first twelve miles west of Late was run bv the Michigan Central Railroad train in fifteen at the rate of for tyeight miles per James late coeditor and proprietor of the Ottawa died on the 30th lost 72 con taining sailed from London to OBIGIX OF THE re ligious meeting held at Exeter in Lon the great Senate Housa of the English re ligioos a gentleman of authority sta ted it as an undeniable factthatthetaili vied upon salt by Warren durinj histyranny in originated the e ladies of Baltimore and Phila delphia are wearing crape on their right am as a badge of mourning for the lamentet census of France discloses thi fact that there are in that nation over a mil lion and a half more females than In Paris the women are in the majority one of the Canadian patriots or together with a number o s came from Canadato join in the fourth of July festival at Cleveland g5p On the 6th afc H Williams while in a fit of jealousy shot his wife Thermometer stood at 102 de grees in tho shade afe Cincinnati on Wednes The climax of superfluous politeness declared to be holding an umbrella over a duck in the last and best definition of is emurderset to gj A fool and his money are soon what have you been buying Buf falo Greelcys Life of learn that a child of WILLIAM July 14thi oftfie Courier will see by tho notice of the Chair man of the Democratic County nat we are soon to have a Convention to ap mint delegates to attend the Congressional Convention at to nominate a candi for Congress It is hoped and expected that there will be a f attendance on the 24th There is a general dissatisfaction in rc jard to the manner in which this Congres ional District has been represented durin he present It is nnd very jiistly that it is lulto improper for a Representative in Con gress to neglect the duties for which he was lecfed to and return home for the mrpose of lobbying for Railroad compa matter how important such roads may There are enough to attend to such who have not other particular duties imposed upon It is believed a man can and will be found o fill the place of the present who will not abandon our interests at Wash ington to advocate other be they or what We let there attendance on the 24th j let us appoint such delegates as will epresent the interests of this and assist In nominating a candidate who may be died and who can claim and receive the united support of the party in this dis MANY Commercial law The following case was heard and dcsci ded by Jndge of the Court of com mon pleas of this The offence of ob aining goods under false pretences has be ome so that this descislon is of onsiderable importance to the commercial Price Morris Ein tein this was an action of replevin for the ecovery of certain merchandise in the de under folio wing circumstances A a merchant in failing cir purchased by alse representations the merchandise of the This same merchant was a debtor 0 many creditors in this city about that time aad informed of his these crcd tors pursued and compelled him by vay of settlement to give to them at a ate of 90 cents on the the most of tis stock of The defendant 5 a creditor of thus come in iQssession of the property got from the ilointiffs by A jury was and the case was ubmitted to the Judge Carter That the weight of evidence manifested liat Einstein obtained those roods from the laintiffa by false That as against the plaintiffs ic acquired no right of property in the nd replevin might well be maintained against That when a though made by alse representations on the part of tho ven the vender intends at the time to part rith light of property and of ma word there is n complete sale of tiie prop then the rights acquired by an innocent in the ordinary course of ire not to be affected by tho rights of the riginal But then so lar as the weight f testimony are not to be considered in the light of truly innocent Tithout Notice in the ordinary course of were pursuing their and were well aware of his and they the property afc their own so far as the rights of others are con it shown by the evidence that be property in Question in thiscose was n possession of under con and if the Court considers as an especial item of testimony to show that tie does not truly the ght of on purchaser withoutno Judgement for for plaintiffs for Jn the at League made second attempt to HUyonng who is under baa for ths seduction of Leagues Cortli l 05 Great States of the saiuihrich The or Passed attlie SpccialSession of June AN ACT to amend on Act entitled concerning the public February SECTION Bo it enacted by the of the State of represented in the gen eral That jn case tha amend ment proposed to the fifteenth article constitution be adopted by at the election in November thelwo mill to be annually assessed and collected by said shall be applied and used in the purchase of the indebtedness of State bearing interest other than the canal registered the school indebted ness and such other indebtedness asis not fully recognized by the laws of in the manner andupon the terms herein pro TJpon requisitions of goyern emor the auditor shall from time to time is sue wnrrants upon the treasurer for sums not exceeding twenty thousand dollars of the pro ceeds of the to be used in the purchase of the State indebtedness of the description mentioned in tho first section of this Upon the reception of the first and each subsequent sum of twenty thousand the investment thereof shall be shown and accountcdfor before any1 subsequent warrant is issued ormbncypaid The governor is hereby vested with power to use apply the proceeds of the tax aforesaid in the purchase of State indebtedness of the description aforesaid at the lowest price or least sum for which the game can be he is vested er to use all lawful ways and moons in execu ting the provisions of this Upon the investment of at least nineteen thousand dollars of each sum of twenty thousand dollars received as afore governor shall make out dupli statement of the indebtedness pur setting forth the proper description of such the name of the per son or persons from whom it was purchased and the amount paid for eaett bond or cer nnd the total amount one of which certificates shall be filed with the State and tho other with tho au ditor of public The said indebt shall be cancelled by the governor and delivered at the time of mine the certifi cate to the who shall endorse on the face of the bond or certificate in paid i out the two mill tax fund and sign 3is nune and the indebtedness shall then be registered by the auditor in a proper book kept for that purpose and filed n the office of the treasurer of Pro that in no case after the issuing of he warrant for the first twenty thousand dol as provided for by this shall tlie auditor issue warrants for any additional sum until the requirements of this section is ful y complied to the end that a greater sum than seventyone thousand shall at no one time be paid out and remain unaccoun ted June Catholic It appears from the Annual Report for the Society forthe Propagation of he just published at Lyonsj that the eceipts of the society for thVycar 1851 ex ceeded those for 1850 by the sum of about Tho 027 Other Gen SATURDAYf JULY Tjireatened To the politeness a friend in f we are indebted for having our attention call to a singular purporting ip be or some the Legislature of the State refused for Such a seenkicked up by pfinfonnatltrn froavthis and that in knowing for the first timethat the project ia ever had a Charter at Spreading this AYebsterian it will bo seen the great Sftattf of is in danger of and if the recommenda tions of the protestont can be carried that all this portion ol the State is tocease until justice is done and others who feel How our solemn pecuniary obligations as a are to bo complied after this denunciation of such and doggish this valuable State are unable to We would recommend rthe citizens of Cenr trol to be warned in and nol act in manner as to provoke a decided action on the part of this for he evidently intends to have fairly and ifhe to hare it any how From the Age of A from circumstances op press j evil selfish and withholding of justice from a portion of the that which has been meted though application has been repeatedly mad the same EQUAL JUSTICE that had been besto upon others of the citizens of the and which the laws of equal justice entitles them and still do refuse to grant that equal which is justly wo that our rights and privileges are equal to others in the hat the evil wo complain of is the withhold ing from us that amending of the charter of Jie Mississippi and Atlantic Rail though we have petitioned the legislature for years to do us that justice which has been lone to Tho citizens of Effing and do now most sol protest against all such damn and doggish that we consider ourselves no longer connected with that pottion of the State which refuses us TTc now therefore withdraw all conncc liability to collect or pay over any rev enue within our respective counties until we et the same justice and liberality extended o that has been given to othcrportiens of he and we recommedto the citizens o pursua all just means to obtain that if we cannot get it fairly and we may by showing to these honorables forgive the word that we willhave justice if For the above STOCKHOLDERS in the Alton and Sangamon flail road Company who arc yet delinquent in will bear in mind that this Htock will be forfeited if not paid in full by the 24th The Society distributed in the year nong its various nearly and still has in its after paying all ts a reserve of Tie Missions in Europe 3ie Missions in Asia tie in Africa Missions in America lie Missions in From the Missouri later from Messrs Thomas and arrived in this city yesterday on the They riug dates from the Salt Lake to the Sth of These numbering six n have been selected as Missionaries to he Old and we leave an early day upon their They report nothing of material Interest Ince our last Crcps uncom aon a very largo aniount of land plant id and A woolen factory had just icen put into under the super ntendonce of Mathew late of A large emigration was looked Good icalth JCew settlements were be ng made in a number of the surrounding A large amount of sugar beet had iecn gown in anticipation of the arrival of be machinery under the charge of Elder ohn Young and suite had tarted upon on exploring expedition through lie volleys of the Green and their for the purpose of making cttlcmcnts to raise cotton for home manu They met the first ecii grating companies on he 23d of twentyfive miles beyond In The AVeston in noting their ayg Considerable sickness had occurred with ome of the Gibsons frem Pike lost incteen of their number in one but all were well that remained when our informants But very little sickness prevailed among The number of graves the whole distance was something over but 0 how to exceed Hundreds of wagons were crossing the Plattc from the South to the h on account of better health pre ailingon that The grass is and of a good quality whole distance to No Indians 1 the The Buffalo are scarce most f the On the Sweet Water river ic herds were and elk or an are found the remaining The and cattle of the emi grants were in good order and doing and Tiost of the emigrants were in good nd passing The widow and family of cturned with this Theso gentle with their ten in are missionaries to tho whom we be eve ere left our place for losts of Of The Burlington Doily Telegraphy of ic 10th says The river is now quite and continues o All the streams north of us are olltng and we have before us the ertain prospect of a season of low n a few days none bat boats of the lightest raught will be able to continue in the most of the supplies for the sca on have already been and we shall onsequentiy suffer but partial losses in the matter of THE OKLEAXS week everal parcels of part of the confis cated Orleans were pat up for sale t The first 3ot was put up by the utioneer at No bidders presented The auctioneer a speech tho company that they would have perfectlygood title to every lot that might He gradually pat thepricedpwn ai which suin the lot was knocked The agent for the Orleans familyat nee protested publicly against Upon iris the up a aecond end it for formally protested JJpon this lie auctioneer withdrew in a and the ale proceeded no In our columns today will be found the oetic address of KELtEXDEi delivered at near this city on the occasion of our national This address differs in many respects from tho ordinary 4th of July and coming from one so betrays a depth and ma tarity of and and chas tened patriotic rarely equalled in one of his Those who have listened to Kellcnberg ers addresses on other both at Shurtlefi1 College at which he was a and have observed with pleasure rapid devolopement both as a writer and and on every suc cessive occasion he strengthens the conviction that he is possessed of talents of no common The present address was hastily prepared and hardly does Mm but a reading shows that older and more experienced heads might well be proud of its flew Mail It will be seen by the notice of the Post In todays that the Post Office will hereafter be closed on the Sab An arrangement has been we under standj between the Mail Contractors between this city and and the Alton and Sangainan Railroad that the daily moil from Alton to will hereaf ter be carried as far as by the Railroad at which the Stage Company will again take Uie mail and carry it to until the completion of the when it is expected that perma nent arrangements will be entered into for its conveyance by theUailroad In this no or direct northern mail will be received or departfrom this city on the Although the distance to Carlinville is but 35 this arrangement will make a dif ference to us in receiving the northern and to Carlinville Springfield in receiv ing the southern of an average gain of six during the best of the and when the Railroad is finished to the gain will be something like fifteen or sixteen even in the best oE By the present arrangement of our eastern it is delayed some twentyfour hours in reaching merely on account of the easrcrn postmastersl By far the greater por tion of our Eastern matter now cornea by way of Vincennes and Terrc instead of coming as it should to the Chicago Distributing Post and forwarded from Chicago immediately hera and the result is a delay of at least twentyfour hours in If the whole of our Eastern matter was sent to the Chicago it would then be sent immediately to and save another twenty four beside the mortification of bar ing our letters go through Alton to Louis to be and returned to twenty four hours If the proper rep resentation was made to tho principal cast this great delay might It seems to us that the mercantile and other in terests our wouldbe greatly benefit ted by such a nnd we hope to see an immediate effort made to secure We reget to learn that of the died at Jacksonville oh In the schools of there is a low which provides no punishment shall be inflicted which wounds theBentimeht of What a noble testimonial is this to tho manliness of the Conviction of Mail Wed nesday last in the District in session in William William formerly Postmaster I was found guilty embezzling containing bank directed to Fisher of the latter EU formerly stage in the employ of Frink also convict ed of rifling the mail bags of sundry Neither of the convicts have yet been the Louisville Final Funeral Obsequies of Henry Immense Crowd at Lexington Details and Incidents of the Burial and Attendant On at half past 12 a spe cial train mine in left our city for car con taining the remains of Henry together with the funeral The scene at the railroad depot was one of the most imposing An immense thrppg of persons assembled there to the deparfun l The funeral car was neatly ly the whole interior being draped with in the centre of which erect ed a covered with the same materi upon this was scarcely placed mahogany containing the raetalicbarial in which were the mortal of the illustrious Tho floor of the carwas and around the platform and on tho floor strewn wreaths and chaplcts of The cortege arrived at Frankfort tit half past five which was announced by the roar of cannon from the United States Arse So soon as the train a dense throng consented on all eager to obtain a glimpse of the mortal remains of him who alone occupied their hearts and as all business was suspend tho houses were and draped in deep mourning in memory and respect for the Alarge delegation from Franklin county assembled and joined the They wore a large white satin badge on the left in deep upon which was WT the of Henry Clay Franklin County They mourning scarfs and badges of crape around their During the short stay at and at the departure of the minute guns were fired the rumbling roar of which could be heard as the sound reverberated from hill lide to hill as the train passed From Frankfort to along the whole line of the the people were out to witness the transit of the funeral Many of the private residences here and as we pave token of their deepfelt grief in the display they by having their draped in At tho entire buildings were cov ered with sable The monument erected there to tho memory of which immediately fronts the lino of rail was beautifully dmped nnd festooned with while at its base were congregat ed some of Kentuckys fairest daughters clothed in purest with black crape together with numerous IHtlegirls and all approbriately and who manifest ed by their silent looks of that were impressed with the sadeniid grief which penailed all sexes and At 7 12 oclocktho train reached the outer limits of where was collected an immense together with the committee of reception and As soon as partial from the hum of low toned the tramp of both men and and the rumbling of carri ages and the roar of cannon could be obtam and impressive delivered up his tho body of Henry ihe committee of the city of who badbcea deputed to receive the Judge George in behalf of the citv of responded with evident in a and pathetic The Marshals oE the Committee of Ar rangements then pluccd the various coramit and in eing preceded bv a hearse containing the to the residence of the late Henry where the funeral escort arrived at The body was then deposited in the room formerly oc cupied by as his where it was placed for the in charge of watch The escort then returned to where suitable quarters were and thus ended tho proceedings of the The city of wo confidently as never was and never will again be the theatre of so much excite of such deusc and immense throngs of peoplej or of so great a demonstration of aubtic feeling as was manifested on Friday ind Saturday In no display ever witnessed there mnkes any approximation to save that of the reception of The crowd of visitors from all quarters who had arrived there to participate in the 3rocession of was so immense as o call into rcquisUon every possible nook or corner of house in the The urgency of this demand was most cor ce of arrangement the free use of their louses for the entertainment of any and all who desired a Their hospitahlity was put to the severest as there was scarcely a residence that was not crowded with some of the many vis istors to the It has been estimated that the number of icrsona during the procession on was between and all the adjacent Bour tnd delegations As an evidence of the immense concourse present we will mention that it was cstima that if all the vehicles and were used to convey the people to Lexington TOBJ the country and round about the iad been permitted to enter the the former would have extended over an area of fifteen miles in while that of the alter with the horses two lave extended to a distance fully ten thus making a distance of upwards of twentyfive miles of horses and On Saturday morning early the city pre sented from one extremity to another a lively scene of persons passing to and which etokenea that preparations were progressing or the display of some grand On reaching Main street you beheld on either side a living mnes of human beings while the street itself was occupied v persons assembling to join tho procession of the The principal rcdezvous being n front of the Public Square where the head f tho procession formed long before tho lour arrived for its every itraila ilo spot was occupied by persons eager to wit ness the final funeral and rites n honor of Kentuckys great As vou viewed each side of the street a living mass of human heads and faces greeted you window and door of every hause on either side and tho roofs of that were ae were crowded with and wo men spectators of the grand At 9 oclock the funeral composed jf the committee ofthe Senate of the United Cpmmit ees from other States accompanying tho committee of tho City of sent to receive the body tha Masonic Frater nity and pallbearers proceadodjo Ashland to receive tha While in the pres ence of a large assembly collected on the in front of the residence of the de the funeral services were porform A platform draped with black j clotn1 was placed in front of tho main entrance to tho ifousc where was placed the coffin upon flowers of the choicest kind on the breast was placed the beautiful wreath made from the Immortelle or life flower brought from and presented by Ann the with tho request that it be placed upon the Tomb of Demy The flower of TtMch it is imde is bright with a cross of dark brown of the same worked in most fit emblem1 to tho memory of Henry who will live for ever in the hearts ofhis civic wreath presented by Clay Festival Association of New with a similar re qhest adorned the while the laurel wreath from and the from and placed around The of the Episcopal began tho the assembly being the Episcopa lian been a member After a brief and imprestveexhort ation life and death anil acts of Providence to which all should bow with sutim of the iisslvc he proceeded to the delivery ae funeral in yet truthful the character and worth of the his prcat olcnco and goodness of his fortitude and Jus many acts of kindness to his fellow his intellectual the many great and deeds of his public the noble and lofty positions he maintained the eyes of the world as a the many actswhich signalized Ms exertions in behalf of the happiness and quiet of Ho dwelt with great fervor upon the last achlve mcnt of his mighty his successful in thcmaintalnanceof the Adjust and to the extraordinary exertions In their behalf did he in a great mnn rrcrj bis accelerated departure from lifes The mostcnhoblingattrtbuteof his charac ter io be was his He was held up to the eyes of the worldas the Christian on his death bed he manifested the most resigned and chris trianlike avcrlng his full fnith in the leading doctrines of the fall and slnfulneas of the of the reality and necessity of theatone the need of being born by the nnd salvation throughfaith in the cru cified His own personal hopes sf salvation he ever based on tho promises ant grace of The Reverend irontleman then conclude the impressive burial services according to the prescribed of the Protestant Epis copal Tho corpse was then placed in the funeral a structure representing white which was covered with black cloth with broad silver lace around thi hclo upper servingns a while ncoir Hun rich festoons of cloth and fringed with The top was spanned P03cd appropriating over with arches forming from each and rising to a front some four feet above the In this alcove was placed a large sil vered the whole being covered with black trimmed with silver Surmount Ins the canopy was a large spread par tially enveloped with The car was drawn by dent white each covered with a mantle of crape trimmed with silver attended by grooms in white livery and scarfs of crapo across their breast and around their Immediately succceiHnz the corpse was the familv of thedeceased and officiating clergy followed by the funeral and the manv thousands who were present at Ashland during the funeral This procession having arrived in front of the public sqtiarej the Marshals then made the following disposition of various as semblages ot for the funeral A signal pun at 11 was an nouncing tho formation of the minutes suns were fired nnd the church bells of tho city were tolled while the procession was in All business and the houses closed and draped in the spectacle at tho time was truly grand nnd most impos ing calculated to carry to the hearts of all a thrill of deep sorrow in sympathy for the de Alons both sides of the and nt the of the houses for the entire distance of the one extremity of the city to the cemetery could be seen one mass of human The spectators maintained their po sitions and did not move along with the pro The as the procession passed presented thejappearance of a vast sea of living while tliesolemn music of the numerous bands added great impress iveness to the solemnities of tho At the corner of Main and Mill streets a graml arch of national flags festooned with wag suspended over the street with a large gilt partly draped with cmpe at the corner of Limestone and of crape was formed from tho four corners to the housetops at another corner miniature lugs of all nati cms draped with sus pended across the The decorations of the various though were beautiful and The Meloclion was draped with blaclc and white j the Veranda in front was similar immediately m front tho upon ahih wreathed with was placed a plaster bust of Flcnry while above it was a large piece af drapery with letters worked show Ing ths following inscription THE The Court House was festooned with inrl tho monument in tho public Square was enveloped with a sable At various houses could bo seen hung on the doors the portrait of the which were draped with besides other insig nia us tokens of The manifestation exhibited served to bring to our that Jlay was in the and memory oE his once immediate who vied with each other in rendering to his memory the great est honor and most marked Upon the arrival nt the Cemetery a sliort ervico of the Episcopal church was pcrform d when the Masonic fraternity took charge of the corpse and deposited it in the n accordance with the forms and ceremonies of their order j afc the close of which the fol lowing hymn was sung art gone to the but we irill not deplore Though and daftness encompass the Thy Smor him tlitpurh iU pertain Iwforc Awl liw Jova is thy guido through the Tliiju art pine to the grave we longer Xor trcail the runah uf the wnrM by But the iritie anas merry arc spread to enfold And ainncn may hope since the sinless has Tbou art guncto the iU mansions for t tried spirit in doubt Hnzercd long But the sunshine f Heaven beamed bright on thy Ami thou lieanl was the Thou nrt oone to the jjrave twere wrongtotle When Ood thy thy jnianlinn nnd piide Ho gave arltlVwk and soon will restore death has no stingstnce theSavior has The last solemn bo bestowed upon the illiutrious dead1 having been eon tho procession rctnrrtRtl to the when opposite tho public each committee am company filed ofT3 and were the multitude from among one of tho most wirth had been taken and that such henceforth could only 3p remembcrcdthat the Statesman is no may we in the language of lopchiswonfc mavlivora precious heritage to ward offtlio perils of sectional and o strengthen the great constitutional fabric wilh his name is inseparably associa Clays son 1m presented tho Rdv ercnd Butler with a silver 09 an ac nowlcdgemcnt for hw attention to his father during hi long NEW July Arrived 65 Hermann ar rived at South llamptbn on the 1st July Cottonsdemand Sale Wednes day bales Thursday morning Before the close and on speculation prices iloncy ntraor of an attempt on Louis Kapoloons slfgfet July Brodhead reported i bill making it a penal offence officers of tho army to be contracts for supplying the ar my with Postage bill was read arid Morris offered a resolution iontending joint appropriation bill to be reported ten days before the day of f A joint to Joan small arms to the pages of and other desi rous of forming military iraade Halo opposed a resolution likely to foster military which had already elected a and to do so Guynn offered a substitute to a bill for a surrey of California vrhich was amended and ordered to be A Joint resolution relative to the claim of the Spanish residents In New for damages done in the riot of Deficiency bill received from the and Senate then went into executive unimportant the deficiency bill was The question pending being a motion to lay it on the The motion to reconsider vote yesterday given of concurrence to Senates amend ment to bill making additional compensation to Collins line decided ayes 93 from committee on reported a bill providing for executive pub lic and establishing the prices there tints abolishing the contract and looking to the election of a public Consideration postponed until The House then went into committee on In dian appropriation Fitch supported as amendment pro us due the Creek for losses sus tained during the lost by that portion of the tribe which was friendly3and cooperated with the United The Committee and the House ad July from Orleans came through to We have the following The steamer Mexico arrived frem and reports cholera raging to an alarming extent at Iri WASBINCTOX July the nominee of the Xatiyc American party for Vice has published a letter declining the gives In his adherence to Asia NETT July The Asia sailed at half post on The British Parliament was prorogued by the Queen in in a speech longer than She states that Brit ain receives most friendly assurances from foreign and touches upon late diffi culties in and deplores the unfortunate necessity of enter ing into war with that a treaty has been formed with the AfricanKing of to suppress the slave trade ex pressing satisfaction with the passage of the military The speech goes on to thank the Commons for supplies and brief ly referred to the gold fields of Australia also the reform and winds up in her usu al with the intention of promoting the happiness of her A dreadful riot at Stockport took place on Ycsttfrday between the Catholics and ProtestantSjsixty persons were carried wound ed to the killed and several houses torn down and the Catholic Chapel Tho organ and other furniture be ing ISEW July Nothing new has presented Teas and Coffee arc in good Dry goods and clothing have The stock of flour is in few Pork and ad Hams Lard tendency later from California The steamer arrived out on the the News from the mines An express from San reports the mur der oE at The Board of Aldermen at San Francisco refused to coufinnthe appointment of Judge A bloodv rencontre took place at the court room in Sun between Judge Wil John and Henry McCuno was stabbed with a sword in the hands of Judge Camfield drew a revolver and fired at the whom he but wounded a it is thought will Camfield at Judge and wounded him slight ly The revolutionists in ths Society Islands have been repelled with severe The royalists have reinstalled their The steamer from to reports that the Peruvian ministry had been The present cabinet are opposed to who has but 900 men and still holds a menacing The steamer Quickstep had joined him with a number of satd to be It Is said that he has received from The ship Portsmouth was at Guaya on the 10th of The American had protested against her leav should Fluro hold his present warlike Jnly David Merriwether appeared as Sen ator to fill the vacancy occasioned by tho death of Hcnvy until who was A debate jensued as of the appointmenVbatTwas The House resolution fifing 16th of as the day of was Hunter moved amendment substituting the Gwyn opposed tho motion of July AntiWhig ratification nieeting has proved a Only July Roger Adjutant of Untied died last fixing the until something wns known of the Appropriation or until Korriss res olntion was aetcd Douglas moved that the Secretary form the House that the Senate will be ready to ten days after the bills aro sent in Tte Chairdecided motion1 out of The matter was postponed one Senate took np the anrf all tneKouso amendments were agreed ex cept The House authorising tlie President to organize certain companies of Rangers for New Mesicoi and Texas dis ordered tff be Ad motion of a rcso lution was instructing tee on public into the expe diency of establishing additional Offi In andprovldiag for Surveyor General of that Tho took the bill granting tho right of wayy aad toFlorida and Ala for a railroad PensRcola to Mont to cross called npbis for filling contract for and providing for election of a for each and fix ing the price to be paid A debate ensued on the printing bitfjorfcj several amendments were then farther considera tion was The Indian appropriation bill was taken but without final oetioffir House Flour and provisions Whisky at 15 Sugar firm 5 l4a 6 Cofiee dull 0 tinaeed oil Pig iron The from Aspinwall brings dates to the and Havana dates to tbe and brings and as freight and in the liands of News to the 18th Tbe Daniel Webster arrived priot to the The Panama Railroad Is completed to the crossing of the river near July 15 Tbe Catholic Collegeiras burned Loss most of the furniture and a except a portion of the east portion of the library destroyed NEW July State white red mixed 60 Sales 150 mesa at Sales 100 casks 8 l2aS Hams Butter 406 400 hhdsMuscovado 5e 350 bbb linseed July Flour400 Howard 12 300 city IS TOte 55rf yellow Oats Professor Julius Caesar Hannibals Scien tific SOJBEK DARKENED DISCIPLE worthy subscriber will lighten bedimed wisionarv organs disebewingunomj ob 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