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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - July 30, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                THE rALTf I TSC ALTOS COCBJEB BEOW3J JOHN J Basinc00 ISO 1 W DATTJ HE3TRV OWEZS AM OOTJSSELOB3 AKD QEKERAL LAND AGBSTS FOE THE STATE i Office 10 to i to is7 up ft dob at U or fint SI trtlmtattx Jar C handed s RATES OF AnVERTISKO IX r flnt SOOK AMU JOB Ia eooOKtlott TURNER t ISBCOJTD itLEBS in Coadnnakcrs nod Saddlers ami n DIJIMOCK t OLESALE BEALEES IS BOOTS AKD Sooth side Alton TOPPING OBTEES AND TTHOLESA1B Dealers in iptiona of Foreign and American Hardware IN DKY f WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL dealers in scbool miscellaneous anJ blank 1 window musical and fancy articles fc SCHWEPPE and ALEKS IX DtV CLOTH I BOOTS 4 HATS 4 AND CommUaion and MARK P1ERSOS fc ONE PBICB CASH 6TOEE t J IN BLAIR HOLESAMt ASD COMMBSION KSO FORWAPJJING MERCHANTS and RYRIE ASD FORTABDIJfG AHD COMMISSION Fronland i IN DRY BOOTS ASD fc rHOLESALE AND BETA1L dealers in lioots and dry and gro corner of State and ISAAC THOLESALE in staple and fancy dry iarictv oil and furnishing goods generally LKSURE fc rHOLESALE AND RETAIL dealers in Aye patent Tnodow thing in al Imsines BARRV fc ATTOBNEX AND OOUSSELOB AT AST JUSTICE OF THE Ot xtojrt on ft Atturney nearly oppoito dwiT SKERUAN EOEONER OF MADISON AND JTJS ncE OP THE PEACE corner of State and np Alton OIABXES Office at Insurance tits TJpper Gazette Wnig v We cannot suHcientlr admire the spirit has prompted tbe Gra to resign his seat in the We iredict that this course will win him many and largely increase his majority at the coming We that Scotts course in not resigning his office will win him and largely increase his yhig admiration runs all is a candidate for Congress in tbe Chicago A TTXJBSE at practioM to Missouri and D 73 Hue e Occidental Hfessen ert the number of and animals that have gone out the jlains for Salt Lake and from lay to June is as f oliovra located bimseu napectfnUy his profMuonal to Ihecitiiensof thii Office yerIt SIetcalf3 Boek mENDERS his professional services U the citizens 1 Alton and Ho may be found at the Draff Store of Bany Second and ol the Western College of would inform the citizens of that lie has located liere permanent and would offer his jmf essionaV services to the Clt jieas of tho place and SR When not profeasSonallv M maJ ta found at his on one door east of Sheep 150 Daeta 4 Guinea 8 This does not include those going out by louncil Grove and A great deal f sickness baa taken place among those wan with man A considerable nomber of emigranU bare come back after saving gone from four to five hundred miles into the THE nnderairaed takes pleasure in intomung the public thai after a pmcUce of 17 yeais in and three in the United and prepared to practice in tha above prof w dMW Md Office on at the residenoe of july8dw5m MECHAHICS Office on JUSTICE OF THE NOT AKT ASD OESEKAL LAND Office over the store of T OOK and Blank Book JU JJ Chestnut betweQ Main and JA11ES Booms over 4 t OBNAMESTA1 mHEr will pay particular attention to the pain ingof all kinds of wood and marhle Paper Wall Colurini and dona in the neatest Shop hi Xrnmbull Browns on over Henrys DAVID WATCH MAKER AND State nit Merchant Tailor sad Second KEEPS constantly on hand a good and well select ed stock of Cassiroeres and which he vitt make up to order in the very test man and with a good assortment of Gentlemens Furnishing of every rHOLESALE AXD llFtAIL DEALERS in 1alsnt i and corner of Scc AND TBDtiK MASUFAC At his old stand keeepe constantly on hand oood assortment of ladies and gentlemen s of late and wagon harness of dray and cart OrdereEnni a distance promptly attended DKBOW A loots and f Commission ana For Mercbants SMITH PICKAKD fc i Grocers and dcal ere in Foreign A domestic Constantly oa baud emy thing in the and the beat assortment of Pure Foreign Ignore ercr oSered in this lash paid for all kinds of Country May dvtly M1IX SUGLEMAX continues millwrigntingin all its various Being connected with the Piasa enables him to do work on the most favorable tennsj and he will undertake to famish and complete mills of any description by contract or oth and guaranty them to bo equal to any in this Satisfactory references given if COLE t in floor Piasa st UEWIT t 7HOLESALE ASD RETAIL Dealers in Dry ReadyMade Comer of Second and BtJCKMASTZR DEALERS 1 of C 7IIICH we warrant to bo cqua in Snub and to anything of the West fl may29dwtf r AJt now preparod to attend to the forwarding of merchandise and packages of every to y north or Slay diwly l Central recently rented and fitted up the large store room one door abore BlahA I now prepared to receive on merchandise d produce of every on the most reason CHARLES 4 rOBWABDKG THE subscriber Bavins ample store his cervices as a Commission and Forwarding mcr and will give his prrsoual attention to the aell or forwarding of produco or merchan by the Alton 4 Sangamon or upon any f the steamboats arriving at this His charges 11 bfr TAVING ample room for tho storage and sale of every description of produco and I I am prepared to purchase or sell the HA f central War JTOHX ATTORNEY AT ITT one door from Main Su EXPRESS PEBSOSS wijhing to forward packages by this can have it done by leaving the same at my of xi dtwly AnOBSET AND OOUSSELLOH AT Office over Bawman i Johnsons to Id near the comer of SlaiM SETB AnORSEIASD COrarSELOR AT and Notary Public and Commissioner for the SUU Miarouri for taking Office on Sec ATTORNEY AND CODKSELOR AT A SOTART PCBUa Office m JOHN PAIJIER ATTOKSET ASD COCSSEWE AT LATV Maconpin JOHN DACTJERREAN AND DEALER in Daguerreotype J59Instructions given in tho all the late STEAMBOAT A Lt persons traveling on the upper Mississippi or mfnois will find it to their Interest to call at my office and assertain which boats are in the fast Office Central may prime for sale by th 1 bmhel or by ALTON i SANGAMON RAILROAD TO the Delinquent Stockholders of the Alton and Sangamon Hajlread a meeting of the Boatd of Directors of tho Alton and Sangamon Railroad held Juno the follow ing was passed That all Stock in this on which over 50 per has been be forfeited to this as alao all previous payments un less the stock is full paid within thirty days after ad vertisement made in the Alton and Springfield papers in conformity with the 14th section of the Act of In Sow tike that all stock npon which 50 per has already been which is not fully paid within thirty days from this at tbe office of tbe Treasurer of said at Illinois as all previous payments will become for feited io said in pursuance of the above WILLIAM ISAAC June TEBRE HAUTE i ALTON BAILROAD fflHE Stockholders of the Haute A Alton Railroad Com ipsny are hereby notified that a first Installment of Tive on each and every Share of the Capital Stock of this will and hereby required to be paid into theTreasury of ftaid in the City of on or before tie 1st day of a second Installment of Five on each will be required to bo paid as on or be fore the 1st day of Installment of Five on each will be required to be paid as on or before the 1st dav of The above installment may be paid to the Threo in the counties on the lino of tho or to James Treasurer of said in the City of ln Hfllsboro and Charleston and Paris will please June dwtd ASD JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS between 3d and RESPECTFULLY infonni tbe that he is Mtasivriy engaged in and holds himself in constant readiness to execute all mu nerof work in his that bo nay be favored He is now pitting up can notbe surpassed light and BAUwork warranted rrvjayZMTrty GOODKICH i AITOKSEYS AND COBNSE10B5 AT HI CBCSTTVTTT AITOKJEYS AST COTJNSELOBS Al LAW Maconpin North Western InainMiCB Of Sew Capital 1831 for tin above CompMV 1 are now prepared to injure bnildingi their and other in Alton and vuan against loner damage by m tho most fanr Tbe Urge amomtot capital enihloi this compaa to any IOBM that may In oat protarit tzd prOHpOy doj Embansand Waldroai Jrats O and hi for salebv DATIS ATTORNETS AT AND GENERAL LAND BELCHEES an syrup plantatiorl Java wftaleimle iby fjtSwJy BOWJIAIfft JULY anir ftcnctal FRIDAY JULY JULY VOLUME NUMBER 1y of TO Com lodore sailed from Norfolk on Sat urday week for the The papers from the interior of New Tori notice several deaths laet week by coup de tolal and also by It is men oned as a singular fact that one of the per eons killed by lightning had two holes in his which appeared to bare been made by electric and also a hole in the bottom f each and o hole in the di rectly under each faot Evening Post says Thurlow Weed hag returned from his taropean and will now proceed to set ie affairs of the Whig party to They ive felt his absence and so have We hope now we shall soon learn the wo gentlemen who sat down with n ar private at the Astor on thatmemorable fired with iadig he rally a Native jnerican The following is the Democratic ticket orilenardcounty For Representative for Cam and Cyrus Circuit NEW July 2 Bishop of has been acquit ed of the charges brought against by he committee of The class which will graduate at Har vard College at the approaching commence ment is larger than any which has ever grad uated at that It numbers eighty seven The class of which has hitherto been the numbered The class of 1849 numbered Lit Go let em gays the whig papers of the hundreds who are leav ng their The following comprising fourteen whig members of Con have declared they will not vote for Soott Let cm Pierce The iberalry of the whig press is decided go you cant stop em James of Charia of Edward of Lewis of Charia of of Joshua at John of William of Horace of Alexander of Robert of Jmos of New Alexander of CORS all parts of thissec tion of the and we speak particn ariy of this and adjoining there never was a better prospect for an abundant corn than this We have heard far mers from Mont gomery and other adjoining state hat corn is and there ismore grow ing this than they have known in or in a lifetime The pork crap of next will be quite on itei The Paris correspondent of the New York Commercial Advertiier says the ractice of placing a looking glass before the engineer in a inclined in such a way as to enable him to see the whole train behind him without is gradually be coming universal on the Many roads have adopted the the greater part of those in Austria have tried it and the locomotives oa the linefrom Brussels Antwerp have just been fitted with the necessary Should a car in any Mrtion of tho train became should he axle or in short any accident hap the engineer sees it at If OUT di rectors at home would consent to make the experiment upon their I am sure we should hear less frequently of loss of life am The plan is certainly worth the A desperate fight occurred at a Boose in Roosevelt New on the A jarty bad assembled for the purpose of wit nessing a but the when about to was interrupted by a gang of friends of both mariago parties who were opposed to tho and who seemed determined that it should not take Lynch and Patrick Loverly were Tearfully stabbed in the and it is feared that Loverty will not survive Joliet Democrat says hands are now busily engaged in laying tho rails of the Chicago and Rock Island road from that place on to This road is intended to form a part of the Alton and Sangamon ex tension anu the news cannot bnt be gratifying in this Catholic College at was burned on the except a por tion of the east wing loss Most of the o portion of the library wis Panama Railroad it completed to ho crossing of the near An American citixen just arrived in Vienna was arrested by fte Austrian police or wearing a hat of forbidden int was saved from further indignity bypro ducing letters of introduction which he nttp tenedto QT The Navy department has advertised for gallons of Coffee has been substituted for whisky in the bu Jack must have his grog and A least such is tho opinion of those who pre tend to manage big It is a great er and so long as it prevails so long will i be found impossible to maintain the Bubordi nation and discipline in the service withon tho LADIES new sort of firearms called ladies have appeared in Gin Small and beautifully very pretty instruraente for a ladys delicate hands BOOTS DnraooCj i received per from La an invoice of 100 cases of Boots and morning onr levee presented an animated there be ing six five of which wen dii cbarginr or receiving 3T Some of tho exiles from France cow living in have farmed themselves inio a society for the purpose of carrying on a Eysiemsfio warfare through means of weekly on the existing despotism ia The journal to be printedin three diBerent and It to be under the editorial oon trol of loniB Cabet anc Pierre awsted by con listing of mcfytmnij Alton SaHunittSailnad exteniion It will be seea by reference to onr advert ing tBat proposals tor the whole of o and and also or the crosstics for the entire route from iringfield to are solicited by chief engineer of The bids are to bo filed by tha 14th day of August ext and the work to be commenced without If the contractors on the extension to exhibit the same energy and lerseverence Godfrey has done on ie lino from here to this exten from the exceedingly favorable nature the ground over which it passes will gpeed y be in running We now have the cars running regularly a and we are assured that in less lan three weeks the whole line to Springfield be in travelling condition iron way over thewhole cail The latest advices from report the existence of astrong larty Marchant prorogued he Legislature with an insulting and illtim ed which excited the tneersand deris on of the The press generally manifest great and his cncys effigy lias been carried through the streets hanging by the accompanied with the music of the deaol orth Carolina papers bring dis tressing accounts of the prevailing drought in that and leretofore or near y in many and all ths crops are eing seriously the obnoxious reb el of is again returned to the Cana dian from the Two by avoteof to oaer pier the Bovemment Onlyiabouill or 12 n live yet to be before wo tat we are broughtInto the doaestproifmi withonr Springfield and ffie grand objcrt for whichthe jpeopleTpf Alto and the towns and counties trough which the road have so long and expended their from Hie length of time occu ied in reaching it has appeared long way and in some seasons of the it was almost impossible to reach it talL Through the facilities afforded by the Al onahd it is brought asit were to our very Howmnch this will acilitate we believe the most san uine are behind the In the winter while the Legislature and the supe rior courts are in tbe roads aro uiu ally so very that although Springfield is at seventyfive miles it would cen time about half the time that a trip tc New Orleans would Now we will be enabled to step the cars in the and in betereen two arid three hours belauded in We i have time enough to transact all nocea ary leave in an afternoon and be at home to tea in the and honld any have a disposition to do business more they could doubtless be accom modated by being brought home in little over half that AMEWHENT or THE POST House of passed a bill amending the Post Act of so far as relates to Tlio amend ments are published in detail in the telegraph ic The operation of the existing laws upon newspapers sent to subscribers is shown oe in the usual but tho ITALICS show what would be the operation under the bill as The computation is f quar er of a Drily In any distance not ex 78 iigSOOmiteJ XVB OUSCE OB ramm 59 VER Over 300 and not exceed ing 76 oracr OB OVEROSB 10 Sfc ir 18 30 II 78 10 Sf 13 In distance over miles Bill re duces the but in distances under retween the new settled and in the nore cspeoially on papers States where tfiey are in thi Besides the Bdl limits the weight news papers to two ounces instead three ounces 3ie present a maximum considerably below the weight of the newspapers in some the larger both daily and Over one ounce newspapers or periodicals under it pay double the rates of one ounce newspapers or Exprest Model Scott fire blast attack glory battlefields campfires gunpowder I The above modellettcr wa find going thi range of onr and thinking it in we append another of the hasty fired fire joreigners TOT Coiuss tion granted by Congress to this line o steamers for 26 trips to Liverpool and back per is per making per instead of ft heretofore Congress has the power at any time after the 31st of D to terminate the amngemen for the additional npongivngi darker appesnmco than tho Th name of across the faoe of the U written on tho and en graved on the an Irish ho left the old oourrtrylome two yean is this sbo can hear of a relative who a just arrived by applying mediately at on second The farmers have finished cutting their is lid to bo below an FATAL Charleston Cotirfer ys that while troops at Fort Pinckney were ring saluteon the 24 oimdcrwasprematupdy kiDing rivate James and mortally woond ng private Michael A POOR men ore in a M way to be sent to the Penitentiary ng term of years from tacking a man at nightand fobbing him Tho amount was seven copper a recent fire in tho waterjjave and IB fire engine evnal casks of out of iereare near2j500 circulated every week throughout thecity and and bis is increasing at tha rate of about er The columns of tho Courier now resents one ofthe best advertising mediums n this section of the AsorUES EBITOE Wiffiani publisher of tho Tyler Texas was married recently to Miss Ad Sons Michigan paper peaking of a farmer in that says that ie of bis cultivated lots ia a cornfield six miles A LUIGB staamer May Flower recently arrived at from ith conseqaenee f the alarming increase of rowdyism in If the number of day policemen has been increased from 250 to Illinois CentralEailroad Map one of the engineer cnployed on this great has presented us with a splendidly drawn and beautifully colored map of the route of the Central Eail from Cairo to a distance o omething over two hundred On first ightwe thought it had been it is so and proves Sheerbarth o be one of tho first draughtfimen in the It is drawn on a scale of three miles ta the and exhibits not only quar tersection townshipand county courses of streams over which the road other railroads wheere they ntersect the central but also the tim lakes and and alao the where the road approaches near are here plainly laid The map mus tave been the result of considerable and will be very convenient for Mr is now stationed at Joncs Kiro on the lino of tho SDITOX oi TBX COOKIKB seems that the junior of the Tele graph thinks that the whole world and the est of mankind are en mass going to vote or whether or I would advise for the juniors ben before he publishes his next issue of Whig nthnsiasmto look into the Boston loston Advertiser or most any other New aglandWhig to see how Whig stock s rising in New It might perhaps save him the editor sonv and probably tho publio would be quite as well informed of tho Slate of poli ics as by his continuing his whig harmony I would askhiru what he thinks of the pro losed convention at Philadelphia for the lominationtjfVrebster Also what he thinks of Scotts rekections on the naturaliiaiiou AWS about 1841 The term of twentyone ears was it would quite short nongh to become an American willbe seen that the telegraph an nounces another targe fire in Loss set down at two late of recently He was accidentally shot by aman named Barry lected to County Convention for this appoint dele gates tothe District Convention at Carlysle s called to meet on tho 31st at from Charlos toth Louis dated says that iitelligence has been received there o the occurrence of about eighty deaths at New a neighborhood some sixteen mile west of It had been raging there for about two The ravages th disease still and there were fro two to six cases every This is a terri le The health of Charles is bales of cotton were re cently cleared at the New Orleans Custom louse in o single at amounts to following is a condensed state ment of the condition of CLAKKS EXCBAXO of on tho Sth taken from its quarterly report made to the Audi tor Statement of Clarks Eiobange Bank July 1852 Capital M Notes in Im to Individual 33 Due to Specie on Xt llotei of otherof Banks on Srht checks on Bankers on Due by other hanks and loani and TBS MotiTKAL summary of th losses by the at on Thursda and Friday made by the Gaiette of tha is 1200 houses to per sons without to of property the publishers of the Loui Union and Democrat inform us wh their papers so seldom get hero on tho da of The Republican and Intc liaencer seldom ever gThe Democracy of Washington conn ty are to meet in convention at Nashville o this day week 31st to select delegates to the Carlysle STEAMBOAT hill whic has recently passed tho providing fo the protection of passengers on steam res fixes the salaries of the Inspectors o steam Their salaries vary accordin to the time at New Tori tin Inspector is allowed a salary of per annum at Ken Louis Pitta Chicago ten dollar notes on tha Miami Valley of one of th in that It is neattf but of thon to the feelings wit vsu j j nominations were received b i largo and influential clan of whirrs in th PTOUSH TOM We are still in the ctmttant receipt of com munications from reprobating an repudiating the Baltimore Howerer mnon we may respect tha motives which prompt them and the untunenta wtuca in general dharaeterize mostdoclio their because it can result ffl no Wehavealreadygivenenong we think the character of dii Courier ami July Clark oflered a resolution calling for information respecting the opera onof the commissioners to run the Mexi can Wade a bill showing the importanoe of establishing line settlements ong the emigrant route to Shields moved House resolution nring the day of adjournment be taken up id Soule said the House had committed tself before the committee having the reso and said they would dispose of all bu iness by the 16th of and saw no reason why they should not agree to adjourn on that Smith moved amend by substituting The chair decided that the amendment was a rejected subject and could not be Smith then moved Ms amendmant so I to adjourn on the Slat of Johmon of JIo fltearesplotidnthatthe Secretary of nd Navy report the number of the army remaining in and about and the duty performed by them connected ith their public Nash let the gentle men go tothe tavernkeepers for House then want into a committee of the Houston moved to take up tbe civil and iplomatic bilL Seymoro moved to take up river and larbor which was agreed und explain ed the course of committee in framing said Moore spoke in favorof the propo rtion for defending tho mouth of the Missis ippi After a the committee arose and the House adjonrnedt July we are in the lando he Green Mountains in the prettiest villagi and the seat of justice of Old Windsor and the birth place of th great Sculptor is situated upon he eastern side of tho Green Mountains anf contains some two thousand ani a the seat of the Vermont Medical College me of tho most popular schools in New The qowttflttofpoHBcs is not much discus Bed as the great body of Vermont politician hawlost theiriiwor te candidatefor thePresidencyithey butlitfle for the HadWebsterbeen nominated for that yon would have seen every one of them engaged as if it was their dear friend proposed to be pro moted bnt it is a matter of great in difference to and it would be a matter of no great wonder if the star tha never sets in the Whig should give ler electoral vote for Pierce and Kingi November next The wool and manufacturing business he great soruces of industry in this State Every mill is being run to its fullest cxtenf lOtwithstanding the awful tariff of on Jie Whig clamour of factories ant ruin to tne This shows th rincority of Whigpoliticians and the reason ableness of their The season has it it one of great spring wet and oald till the 1st of an then cold and which has out short th of hay quite it is an will cause nearly an entire failure of the ota The failure of these will canso grea loss to the farming and rodnce th price of quite fifty per through int the Cattle and sheep to present be a drug in the marks in the and it would not be surprising tc see good stock sheep selling at sevcntyfiv cents a should Illinois farmers b desirous of engaging in the wool would advise them to look this way for thei as the Vermont Socks are admitted t bo the best in the The general health the State is said to b better at the present time than knownfor th past twentyfive notwithstanding th long andexoessively cold winter just The construction of the Railroads through tho various parts of the State is having great influence on their and has re duced the prices of aH the heavy articles o sale nearly one Western flour is so at the depots on the railroads at nearly th same price as yon at Alton have to pay your while wheat here is worth per Many of the farmers aro com plaining that it enables the western produce to the country with an their great loss but lorn of th opinion that they realize more from their in than they could without tho But I must close for the STROSO the Tffle American denouncing the Whig pla form ai an insult to Southern the NewTTork Tribune gown bowshot beyond and defy sj upon Their strong muted eensnr OTtftt tfui NftvYork Tribun What the New York Tribnn Amerioan unite in denonncin and the liberal and conscmtiv people of nil parties and all sections will I apt to concludo is about Banntr July Accounts from New Orleans firing later ares from The papers Rive details fmany far tha Arge bodies of them moving about tha causing great It was reported at San Antonio that the Vlexicaos had fired ancthcr steamerv filing the captain and wounding severalj also that Roma and Rio Grande had been at acked bv 500 Mexicans and all the looses and several L meeting was held at Galveston on tho 6th to respect for the memory of Not much reliance is placed upon the ro icrt that Caravajal intends to attack Mata NEW July A correspondence between the Americin Consul and Avalcs has baen respecting the firing into the steamer Camart Avalos threatens and justifies the as Ions as revolutionary loaders re cruit the frontiers crust not ex ject July At the Democratic meeting at the Wales Laurence of Bhode Island and Ayr wera AboutSOOper 6ns dined under a mammoth tent prepare or the Daniel Webster arrived He ia a he Revere Home closeted with Crampton the British July Bishop of Bhode dUd to at July 21 Whig State Committee matj to nominate State officers and July River fallon3 Flour 25a3 Whisky declined bbls sold at hhds hams sold at 9 l2c Lard onchanged Sroceriea in moderate l2i July Tha friends of Judsc Chambers assert pos itively that he has rtfused the Socrelarvahip the JbZy 34 Si Supply of Wheat jight primo bsovra sold at 7oS 5s7c S3 54 S2o2 July River 2 feet 9 inches bv metal and SEW July S3 Sales mixed 49 Mess 50 bacon S3 July Boats Uncla and Tuba Weather business doll heavy rains last Cslifoinia One hundred clothing CtOTSXSG One unre cong stores are now established on Long Ban sii iranrlrsd and fortyone parsons arrived at Sar Cisco by daring the month of Tha increase of the of tbe preset year is estimated at sickness and ciorality en boaro the passenger vessels arriving at San Fraicssco this has been One hundred and fifty have died within the month of Cholora had broken out on the Isthrans at Cruces sis fleaths had occur red in one dav at on tbo 2nl of fifteen were At Cali snow from the mountains is soiling el five cents per pound 1 DEATH or A Sandwich May CThom belonpnj to vrhero aapposed to Ee and had tended uroccnoa in Ks mppoj Statement published this signed OTer the plains in 183 by 22 principal physicians of this in in San in which they say cholera does not in iso lated in and that general health of population is full as good as any July in the past ten tlionsand seven hundred Chinese arrived at Saa Francisco from Feb ruarv to July River 2 feet 5 and Weather NEW July The steamer United States arrived from brings 440 and California dates to the with mails and 400 sailed from Aapinwall on the Among the passengers wore of Hig Tho above party were robbed of all valua while crossing the Fire atSonors on tbe Golden Cteteyrrom arrived at Panama on with dollars freight Steamer Winfield left San Francisco on the 26th Died at Edward late Edi tor of the Business dull at San Good business Flourishing accounts from the of uncommon richness in Mexican bandits were numerous in Democrats carried both branches of the Legislature in July Steamer Memphis reported hard aground above and in danger of breaking in Boats and Collier and Julia Weather Br to the Louis July Tho Santa Fe mail retched here little news of Business way quite although the prospect of abundant crops was very A utw post was established up Sargre ue north of The Indians wertsomewhat quiet but there were any number of Kiowas Camancbes on the Arkansas Baiting for the Passengers bv Capu and Our town cuile From the icw Orleans Cref tf Julv Bv the a NEW July The steamer with Liverpool dates to 10 arrived this Sales of cotton for the Fair 6 l4d 5 l8d fair 5 34d middling o De mand is and prices Speculators took and exporters Western canal 19s 6d Ohio Yellow com 28s Lard Consols lOOilOO of flic stearosbip f have received Galreston papers to the 2th act ocr eschanges from tbe cholera is represented to be prevailing at Gonzalea and oth er places the Guailaoupo with great Lnvnca is said to be almost ec tiislv free from tho and there ia not a case ill The health of ludian ola is THE Upper Trimly is said to be in navigable Moat ot tho other rivers arc also ta Hut EIDEB AUACSED BV Tictorii Advosate Iraros tie mail rider between SnnPutricio anaKtfojio and a who was with recently attacked by about a dozen nnd thai ihcy cscaped with their They Trerc water ing their ivhcn tliey heirJ a peculiar kind of anil glance satisEed them that some ten or twelve Camanchcs were witil in fittv vards ot They rcountad when tha Indians gave One of on an American tvas able to come up with the and vrithiu about thirtv feot of them ho was shot by tho mail Four tho Indians were drsss j ed in Mexican The mail rider was compelled to throw away the and it fell into the hands of tho bark from Bra arrived at Galveston on the Sth with 90 AX DEPREDATIONS SEAR July Produce nothing of importance do 16 to 16 Sales 20 hogs heads clear 10 5 14 to 6 400 bbls S Linseed io Session Julv Fish presented a from praying the recognizance independence of Jones introduced a bill San Antonia Loi Ictler frum eager publishes a let dated Juno SJTS On the 4th a Mrfiicsn of this nitmei Kefugo at tacked and killed by three less than a league from this about two mites above the ruilitiirv post wo here called Fort The es caped without being followed dnwa tlie and on Sunity about succeeded in driving off eleven turd belonging to a partv of men from this encamped from on the Tbe ninUrider from Corpux on the 7th by a canty juat abandonee by a TariS It provides thatin cases where therohnst beforo he arrived the is or shall be imposodanv ad valorem duty advised o the n bo provided that the actual value is of having committal she as Farrdl a price of the imported mcrchun uThomas Farrdl and Thomas Shapnrd badly by SaSetary oftho Treasury with the aid of at Some that tereation had and Lvnca SmJinfj l m corn The bill also provides and Farrell at a nro shall be mcnccd stabbing ha Weflor offered a resolution requesting ffictei ten of the President to communicate all informa tion relative to the recent difficulties at Aca The Senate then House renumoa1 tho bill prant right of way to Bailroad and Plank mediatdly and after H iYniShaparil althnnuli not he made his Tho Washington Lone Scar of the 3d save that Farrel mi been hsarl from on the nnd that several armed men hafl gone in pursnit of TBE WEATHER AND The making appropriations for tho dant beyond Sot MBPOrt of ng appropaons was then taken it wiU be ionsumed unless a MBPO up and 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Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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