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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - August 13, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                tsas u I IJ s Mfe rjl lam j iW i v i35 3EOWJT T JOHA I Terms Dalir Weey BATES OP ADVERTISING W TtiUHHit 200 30 got RATES OP ADVEST1SKC IN 00 400 or mtat j la Moore aa InwrUon tbu diicotmtat wUl be nude to O Attorae j IVHCE flu netdv tba Ereslnr SHEBMA1V eOBONBRjOF MADISON AND JUS corner of end up i CHARLES Office at M f Insurance Go 7 morning ia DfA BOOK AKD JOB PBDmNCL eojosactfoo with oar M f and aatt euaplete utnrtneiiU of Book and Fnncr Job r brontfit into the MH pnauad ta Af COOO and u M oar utaUltluBent in the oar u BILLS OP DEEM JtLAXK NOTE POSTEaS CABDS iuteriorol cuUve it done ben cheaper id than at SECOND TTJltNER t S in SaddleryJQnrdwore and Saddlers sue ra A TIOBXET at imctiws In MMOUH tndll office 73 Democracy Irost MEDICAL in respeeifnlly tendos bisjwofesiMlfll scmces to llie citizens of this Office brer t Book a Bcrricce to the citizens He may be found afc the Dreg Store of AJ Barry iCo 3 corner aE Second and of Alton o JOHASOVof the Western College of nomtBopathvf would inform the citizens that lie lias located here permanent and would offer his professional cervices to the cit izens of tiie place and vicinity When not ne thav be found at his on one door cost of the Postoffice JOtOH t pOLESALE IX BOOTS ANT Alton I1U AND WHOLESALE Dealers in all s ofForeign jind American Hardtrare gtreetr Altopj PL EALER U DEY Second fc HEIAIL dealers in school misoeUaneona and blank musical I i and fancy artidee and LERS US DBt HA1S A A2O Also CommUgion and MARK FIERSON iONE PBICE CASH STORE Alton MOREAX rpITE undersigned takes pleasure m informing the X public that after a practice of 17 yean in and three in tho United is now in and prepared to the above profes Horses docked and Office on at the residence of jttlj 8dw5m MECHANICS A T T 0 K N E Y A T L A W Office on JUSTICE OFTHE AiT LAND AGENT Office over the store of Alton BOOK and Blank Book Re publican Chestnut betwcc Main and Loais IUAUZY DAGTJERREAN Booms orta f going BLAIR J BA IHOLISALE AJO OOMUISSIOX AND PORWABDING MERCHANTS Shgrtgtfaad itvnii KOLESALE AND PORWAEMKQ ASOJ COJTMISSION MERCHANTS froiitond UOAGLAX s Uf DRY BOOTS ASD t AND BETA1L denlera Jn boots and dry and family gro cOTnerjif State ISAAC THOLESALE DEALER in Etapie nnd dry variety oil doUiSj and turn ishing goods generally LESURE AKD RETAIL draJera in oilfl dye perf i patent irindoTF and every thing in their line of business RYAN k F n 1 n t e r s f JlliCY vfill pay partjccilflr attention to tho pain JL ingof all kinds of wood and marble imitation Paper Wall and done in the nuitest Shop in Trnmbnll Browns on street over Henrys a Afav dwH 3AVM WATCH MAKER AKD State Merchant Tailor and Second EEPS constantly on hand a good and well Bclect XV cd stock of Cassimcrcs and wliica he will make up to order in the Iwst man and with a good aesortiaeQt of Gentlemens Furnishing of every AND TRUNK TTJREtL At bis old stand on Second Hccepc constantly on hand a good assortment of ladies und gentlemen a of Jatc and wacon harness of all dray and cart Orders from a distance promptly attended my23 BARRV A 7HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEHS in Pateut ctcj corner of Sec id DEBOW S IN DRY clothing boots and SMITH riCKAJOJ t Piasa a WHOLESALE t Grocers and deal era in Foreign Jc domestic Oonfltontly on band every thing in tlie y and thebest aaeortment of Pore Farclga thU h paid for all lands of Country dwly COLE Ac in floor Ptasa UEW1T THOLBSALE AND BETAIL Dealers in Dry BeadyMade Corner of Second and L Ai c ire warrant to be equal in I and to anything of the ty29dwtf JOHX D AGTJERKEAX A KD DEALER in Daguerreotype No3 Te apporati given in the all tbe late MILL CSTIGLEMAN continues miUnrigliting in alt ile various Being connected irith the Piasa enables him to do work on the most favorable terms and he mil undertake to furnish nnd complete miUs of any description by contract or oth and guaranty them to lie eq aal to any in Satisfactory references ciren if f 3t IVfaen the Wi of Lool and bad mounted the low water hobb and brought ont Scott as tWtnsftncft stCTn Improvement candidate for ne ni never declared Hmselt upon the 01 doubtless tnoffa nothing of unless lie com by U in the natural vray the Democrac bad bnt htfic hopes In the estimation o those i l The Chicago Journal comments upon th extreme low Tvatet and difficult this wise THE ILLINOIS The low stage o water In this stream at present pre its free navigation except by the rer smallest class Jof and is a serious detriment to the river as ivell as heavy drawback to the business of Toth Si LOUIB and At every the whol length of the river you find steamer and canal heavily ani endeavoring to force a channel through t their respective destinations but offer and the and the delay thus occasioned leaves bat a narrow margin to shippers am the difficulties are not in the leas Ihe statement that at eier the tffhofo length of tho naviga tion is almost is A goot idea is gained from the tha it is not one or two barsj that cause the bat the whole length of thi After this candid the Journa es on to iliat there is SL remedy for ai as follows A comparatively small appropriation judi ciously would keep the channel o this river open at all times during the season of Whether the wholelength of thellHnois which in countless plices is now less than feet be dug out by comparatively admits of a very serious doubt t The in giving a reason why the dredging out of the Illinois is not says Bat the Democratic platform upon which Pierce is in the and it is not when tho Whigs were in power un der and why did they not go and while that Democratic Platform was not in tbc way The Journal winds up this precious jere miad upon low water as follows We expect Pierce will get the votes of pretty much all of the met and others directly engaged in this in November without a over the We do expect that Pierce will get all the votes of the except if any there who arc so simple as to that the is a could dig out the if and that the depth of water in the Illinois could regu lated by and his cabinet All such simple who are to this regulating job Irom tho hands of Om and place it uiVccpmg of the we do expect to vote for Pierce over the left STEAMBOAT A LL persons traveling on the upper Mississippi or Tlliuois wilJ find it to tbeir interest to call at my office and assertaia Trbich boats are in tbe fast Office may dtwly AMERICAIV EIFRESS pBBSONS msbing to forward packages by this JT can hare it done by leaving the same at my of fiw fTIHE undersigned hare constantly on land the X best assortment Dye Window pure and in Xoct everything in rthe Drag to be found at and which we sell as low as any one can sell tho same quality of Oar prices are and orders from the conntry will be attended to the same as if the purchaser pre BecoUect the Alton Drag on the cor uer of State and Second roy29 BARRY A CO 4 to attend to tbe forwarding of ie and packages of every to V north or dtwlrf Central AVETG recently rented and fitted up the largo p etorc room one door above Blair w prepared to receive on merchandise idnoe of every on tbe most reason ay dlwly FOBWABDINa B having ample store oSers his J eerraes ae a CommiaEion and Forwarding mer and wDl give his personal attention to the ecll or forwarding of produce mr mercuao the Alton A Sangamon or vponany ie arriving at this be rAVEfG flmple room for the storage and sale of TIcveary Description of produce and 1 vn prepared e mosi y HULLS dozen Sarsaparillaj the greatJKentucky OU for sale very by BARET fo S doz assortod just received TOPPING IMPORTANT TO E finlMcribcr offers more far than any one else in the Banff determined to cell oot bta present Etock embracing all kinds of Goods at tlie lowest May T Q Cheap Cash T AND nnd ICO for Wutantfi obtained for tbe of and tic van vith lie airant THO M HOPE dor oil dressed thong i leather in for sale low iT i Office over Bowman Jfc7olin50ns 3 tbe cornertf SETU AKD OOCSSEWR oblic and Commissioner Air the rtating Office on Beo OKSEY OOUNSEIXJR AT Office m Alton COODIUCB t KVAPP AXD OOUKSEWES AT ASD AND COUNSELORS AT LAW L OF ILLINOIS ES AT A3TD ATTOBNEY p door from Main oa A25J OODNSELOB AT X OF THE t AKD FISHERS Fisher would respectfully inform her k friends nod that the has inconnoctioD with her ICE GazAK anJ BATISO SAWOS and has jost received flfSwAssiPATEJfT SODA by the Soda ia nuuiqfacturcd mthoat tbe nse of She will keep a general variety of Fnute in their and abopocl vanety of a great vanety of Toys for JToaical lustra menta of different Ao f and yoa will find and many articles that cannot be found anywhere else in jonllw3m tXTS AXD TO I AM BUthorued to ecQ 40 ot 50 Hunters addition to the city of at varying from eirty dollars up to three or four hundred dollars I am also satbonzed to for long or forehori yearej a Terr large nnm upon Terr raod ABKAHAJf B hale and lard spint and SPLENDID SPBSfa STOCK OP fiKD iiag fancy dry looking ray lags vanety oH allot wliichmU sola ftt TTftolaaale at the rcry lowest CSty sttd conntry Vlu find it for tbeir inter sloci before Itmnz else m J29J KAAO AJfD WAOOTT JOB TTORK OF ALt KINDS i holdnuuselfln wnrtan t readiness toeiecnte all neroTworkm bis UiAtta may be fanned mth getting that caa poseti fur light dorabJntTrvn3 neaifinuli All work innantedio give regards The Disaster upon the The accounts that have reached tcl egiapb and of tbe loss of the new stea mer Henry on the Hudson aro as yetvery brief and Tbo particu as nre but as nearly as Ve can the facts are as follows The Henry Clay left for New with from two io three hundred passengers on At the same the fiteamer Arme nia left for New Both steamers were nearly and among tb mosfc elegant and swift vessels on tbut river From evidence givcji by the be fore the coroners and by employees on tbe is to whether the Henry Claywas and had on an ex tra quantity of steamyor The steamer had made quick so far dur mg the to tbe timei when she When a few miles above a fire was discovered in thevieinity of the engine and fiom its and rapid pro the furnaces must throwing the fire out into the Tbe doomed vessel was headed to the which was soon and she fid upon wliicb raiaeo tbe bow out of and broke her in Many of tbe passengers in tbe fore part oJ he were several in the aft jumped into by clinging o floating escaped with tbeir This scene occurred between oclock in tbc It is impossible to aa bow many hves were some 70 bodies have already been A meeting of many of he surviving pas sengers of tbe Henry Clay was held at the As tor immediately after the and strong resolutions were piss condemning tbe officers of the as having sacrificed the lives of their by The after passing seve ral closed with the following It all parties who have suffered present their duly to ccnnsel in tbo in order that he may proceed to tbe recovery of tho and also that we request connse 1 to con sult with the District Attorney as to the pro priety of pressing a criminal suit against tbc officers and and all who know of the facts In reference this mike them knowu mtboul de lay to as other roads had been in that and that the abandonment would bnt he was not made such rmeun atufl as fo give np such an neither did he f old Kis arms and indulge ui the fond hopeihatby some miraculous interposition the road would be Unseaming renewed ne pro and by enlisting personal ceeded in raising sufficient to complete the groat surprise and enemies of internal 4 i J v 1 t 1 MODUTBIE July t I perambulating over some of the finest prairie counties to be found in This county is but exceedingly rich m is already well illed with prosperous who own an ex tensive variety of HUG Crops of every kind are Tha corn is equal to any IJiaveever From what I can gath I do not think there will bo an acre of government land leftin any portion of Jhis in two land sales and land is rapidly rising in Our good people m literally know nothing of the splendid through tho counties of Edgar and its extreme together with the flourishing and thriving villages of Shelby j Paris and Sullivan Charleston ia evidently a noted from everal and must mthe coarse of some wcnty become alittle city of Pans m and in Clark arc also points destined to jccome Our Railroad helps have quite a of hands o work between Pans anl Terre num icring as I am near and aore hands are arming every Ihey are advertised for a oficrmg il per day cash for good diy Hborers The ompletion of this road will he of more nterest to than the completion of all that or will hereafter be projcct asit commands the great valley of the and is the shortest and most direct vote Atlantic I find the Democrats in all this region wide and up and doing Tbcj are organ izing in a much more formidable and efficient in tho Bast w AcroWDa ctt 1 y H A telegraphic dUpatch fito The Ks Corwm boa not yet Ixios 1 t J anhntntallfetas by milupuntiou It us hoped umt he flr of Fighting induced the celebration of a state np sailed from rtbr pastil oclock This tlie Canon who niched the Mexicans ogive American soldiers huqutabte graces wOh befo Piei and arrived at tbe j WeinshwaJ r tto The To ihelYlitgs promised the rerll ata demonstrate that unsafe in and tbe popularity of two dollars a romt and havT ing been able to gve them ati thing to redeem then noiv promise wwp and Graham by ticular instanci those several a D Hungary yas Tbe Whip and a famous voteffupou f romthe office the Kt IL they occurret eat election returns be The peu of Ifon Edmund Barke is appears tha faror of the a portion of Ute niattat and Sir 11 whole count inuijra The will do the engravings If they dont fooJa it IB not in tlie power of of land ementSj five t The N m an elatorafo digest Congress f cuisav establishes beyond il that there to upn insane and idiubc pereong in our f rev and sho ans aro passing among ve peers who served in ilcCauloy a placed ut the CENTRAL lUiLUOAD lite report of tlie directors of tbis great western railroad has been of a party was then in Con rof to tbc etockholdc3 Tbe receipts for tbe while mans was in SI t of Mav show an increase over tbe same ponud of Jastyeorof SJ with mgfell in B The Mormons to a ah between Ireland wbeat crops oE Vcw lork yield a fair average New flour Jrom Genesec wbeat baa already jecn aent from Rochester llaj is light in the Easter with Middle flaul corn is doing P d religious involving t mmently into the Hvroni a mintafcTt hada large family were ma J4JYJ 7 of E purchased or Tor the Derby I or the The Scotch elections no lives were and of a serious have dy mi hw wcopmg wu occurred at Umcrickand bewraeof poor Juidttn Hepleas The cry on either side he tbat tbo yoong ant and and to this tune heads rat ens wont starve the young Herons t were cracked and windows broken and peo ple shot down in the At Belfast three persons were one A de tachment of military has been sent to of who Honor t3 whom Honor is Duel E fl In fho Eouis Prices Current of last we find the following very hand someand merited tribute to our old abd most The assertions contained m extract nre gtrictly and ibis coming from a and possibly an adverse source must be very gratifying to lijs ppoplc and ihronghont tthe are indehtodto his nbriqg or building of oar j it r t The extract is from the financial article of be is as followsf 0 rHach credit is due to CaptBcnjamm Sbdfrey of for the projec tion completion Alton and mon t Almost any other man less nerve courage jroold bave abandoned the iroject Jsooner than angle which hjmselvesjin suoh i This now7far advanced In and wlamay say his ve haye seen him and health to the advancement of this all bnsTnesa men will affairs looked gtoomjr enongb through the and croakers vromd be abandoned manner than thej have ever done before caaurcs are in contemplation tbat will en ure full turn out of the entire Democratic ote I need not say to that if this is ccomphshcd in tbe south half of here our great strength oar majority ill be This 7th Congres 1 District was supposed to and is ow claimed by tho Whigs in itj as doubtful am assured by intelligent who ay they thoroughly posted up on tbe that the Democratic majority m from to They from aquirios already made in tbc fifteen coun ts composing is not known to be a ngle thorough JDtmocrat who will not ealousty sujrport Pierce and Democrats who tedfor Tajlorm will now vote for while many Whigs aro known to be dis tiified with their ind me are knoicnJo ocfor Best as if D emocracy of our D 8th their as the pcmpcra cv are doing ive shall give a majority OH at the call on your colleagues of tbe Democratic press in the District to urge a thorough and see the time that even Democratic is at the Southhalf of will bear in mind that the late State iu the adoption of a basis and apportionment for represention in future agreed on the basis of the Democratic Let them remember tbis and sec have an interest and motive to prompt them secure a general turn 9 thDistrictjb ordering on the VFabashj and HBssissippi iai unquestiona Districtof the 1 call prompt a glorious contest with OldBcrks of Pennsylvania arid pemb Union Ifthey con be irn where great apprehensions prevail that the disturbance will be have not room to diy for details of these riots In the city of Limerick the church baa been doomed to sofier a great mortification by the rejection of one ofiher most Ser jeant at the triumph of the ultra Liberal and Francis Rus anadian paper records the death cf Mr a of at the advanced age s uiarricd totliree wives with whom sell The Piedmont ie arid bring oufc the whole number of their opratic be less than SEV EN THOUSAND1 The pledge of our gal lant Douglass to the Baltimore and ought to be R Editor witncBsed to day on Sec ond a specimen of the effects our license and such a scene 1 hope I shall never again be colled to look upon A lie mfe and little the inmates of one of those low whisky shops tbat infest our another jjerson cngng cd in one of the disgraceful rows that ever tarnished the name of our When ho two men had fairly come to tbe woman and her little gul rusbed into tho with oatbs too horrible to and minted with tbo Then came tug of Pell tumbling and ilunging they through the while loud und rapid filled thejauvBuf worse than two of ourcouicil I reluttance to gue their stood by tlieit sides almost splitting laughter at the anytbing clso but laughable7 Ko floubt but they were enjoying with the greatest fruits of their work I wbat else can TV eso Gazette announces the calling out of 000 additional that the of a coup araimt the Upper by ap pointing uefore next session i batih of new Senators sufficient to gne the Government a commanding myoriti The Journal PAr monia has been seized for heading a subscrip tion against tbe law on ch il tetters from Kbssuth have been lately seiz ed in different parts of und forwarded to tbo Government of Upon re ceipt of twelv e persons were arrested at fifteen at and u number of others at Mantua and Genoese papers state that thorefugees at Genoa who are incomniuni cation with friends mithe United have been informed that Garibaldilias ceased to occupy the affairs of Indian mail bas with advices from Calcutta to June to Juno Madras Rangoon China to The toxvn of Becseiii had bcen carried the by with the tyrfour Oa tbe steamers urrived before the an proceeded land were inline diately fired oa by the from bchin their The principal defence of th place was s larpe mud which was stormed white man was plainly seen DJ the works during the the but whether he wag on Euro pean or an could not be discerned ID the northViest of Sir Colin Camp with a force of 4000 men and ten guns was engaged in some hard fighting th bill Tlie his operations i in the valley of the Swuk tuo principa northern alBuent of tbut of On hearing of the both the Persian and Allgban armies halted forfurther or Nothing farther had transpired when the mail Tho Nizams dommions continue in a stati of Thire nre variocs accounts of hostile dcm onstratione by the Oiidcn agoinsf the The British attributebis conduct t he had GO lie leaves hia lossi 43 66 13 23 TO 1 8 greatgrandneph and a large circle of Unices who oaeigted at his which took place on tbe 12th bf with great m Wniutnuon f irmerly postmaster at was on the 14th at j in baiik Seymour waa also convicted of rifling the mail bags of Bimdry lettcrcj mour has f inner FrtnUA a in tbc tmploy of e English papersgive a frightful account of gickncss ou board the ship Mary bound from China to JIany cummittcd taicida by tun ping overboard anil ly the tho ship put iiito Holjurt tui fewer than one htmdfcd and nmetj thrte hat inauy thai Jiwe much bybeiflg too communicative their niaWera of Hie laconic plulosopher Burke saftf ketp aulif a quarter on p it joar foot issaiil n abocmakcrs WU Ity n gcnUeroan neigh Iioring whose of font rr five Tiie latest from The following itcmss possessing considera bio are principally culled from the London of tho 17th inst THE ENGLISH to S P on Friday of the 400 scats in England which to the Par made their and the Derby government had gained nineteen seats more than it had when the session closed but is a majority against them i The Parliament will roeet about tho middle of and the will once try its strength hymoving aaamendmentto the should there the least objec tion ablo praise whereupon to hang an amend They also threaten to bring on res olution in iiivo of frectradey pledging the House of Commons to Tire IN li testnewsfrom Ireland indicates that theer subsiding L largo forco had been north andpcremtorj orders wero said to have been given to ina ptly and decidedly jn al If the opposition i alJ men nnd rule the destinies of our pros pering city 5 Can we look for an thliig else owonotdailysee the most disgustingscanes of drnnkennessin our streets Aro not re spectable daily to step from the sidewalks into the o give way to a reeling and staggering mode and senseless us a by this hfcrnal license And who docs the lomo rest upon9 Tho liquor the or the Council yes the Council and it alone for nese and crime our city Tiiese things should be i hundred aro engaged thepearl fishery at Panama and tho value of the pearls obtained vanes from 00 to seldom legs than no thousand The best di vers remaufnnder water from fiftyeight to sixtyone seconds and fgeneralrylbnngaip roro 12 to 15 pearl j advance to IMino del TCey was ertainly aboul the slowest marching wo ooj Louisville ri called ujp from tho diatance of three miles lercea ichtch approached with teal and Scotrs gistrates to act prom CT5es of disturbonc much strengthened from tho govern ment would hare no chance whatever and wouldj the of tho countrj on democracy and conservatism THE ICirxE extradition case produced no excitement in but the of the United States Commissioneris generally of by the EASTERNAND Na tional Intelligencer is publishing a series of letters from a citizen ol who is traveling in the Old In his last let ter ho thus compares the women with those of his f In my romblos about the Tillage of Baid bek Irwas struck the of the chil dren and the extreme of ebnio of 4he Arib mother I saw joung not more than twelve or fourteen yeirs of with babies ia their evi dently their ami I was told that it is quite common throughout ilany of the women ery much more I than either the Circassian or Turk ish It was quite their fine dork aud Boshing eyes j and for regularity nnd delicacy turesj I have seldom seen them equalled ex cept in tbe other pirta of In jSaza I son some of the best formed and most beautiful women I bad ever seen in any I believe it isf noted aamucaforHhe beanry of its female population among tour istsus for its interests bat fat no place did I see what I really thought approach ed the perfection in so hign a degree as in The women of Bethlehem are absolutely I never saw such perfect pro such eyes and and such del icate little hands and not that I mean to say that they fire at all superior m the higher attributes of beauty to our own fair for sacri There is nothing in the or ia En rope or 4my where else that 1 have ever with the Itches of Baltimore and Talk of Parisian beauties Lively and TI vacions they are to be snrejbot not dignified entlo and Talk of Grand but1 nofgracefolj and Italian beauties doxkj dull fat and tallowy1 ofad tery all well iheir Marshalla I it wont do to mention in the samebreati American To wulins Mnrjt To LmdingEmlUosmj Misa To putting a fcvr stitthes in 25 A l from which each young Ijftau plucks a nnd the left to the AnxfnEn BCBST explo ded in Troyi tearms awoy the of a and slightly killing two bays who were sitting on iirrcntwages on tho 1st of were for mectianics to per dnrj ordinary labbrvW tb THE EwAx or EBIS is reported in 2 York that Hayes has married her in Thoums is down upon for making a statement d from own We meantno chronicled tho to P up with the tr campaign raper in Towa call ed the t gu AVe wonlif surest as an im f that Its nume be cliangcil to The is goo The at woold be more in with the juniors tastes and The difltirence between snAC aud ie can pcrccire by mere instinct I tha cihincnt AVestern steamboat is now in with a view to the establishment dry anil boai if a able location can be Vo hope he suc AVhat is to prevent Alton from bccomirg a boat builfilng anfl rtpamrig town have ad tngcs fully to tttcbontbaild towiis ontltc those The general distress of the people and the immediate ly after that period of national and individ ual excess in was anticipated by those farsee ing statesmen who opposed such wholesale attempts of general government to obviate the difficulties of our vast navigable rivers and One great reason far opposing those ap propriation though the immense sums they already embraced were almost enough to sink the at that we be tbe appropriations were not a tenth part large enough to accomplish their professed Five thousand was to be expended ten thousand and fifteen thousand in another These sums were not sufficient to hardly commence to perma nently remedy the and then only ostensible purpose they could would for a short to satisfy the cravings of ujiorde of goveramenfspecuktors and con who hang as leeches upon the pub lic and only let when filled to teple Another those the partiality as between in the What can of Illinois when they that the Jive million dollars buc for ty thousand was io go to that to improve the Chicago harbor J dollar was to be expended in And so it with many other Tbe influential States seemed to arid made the great amount of appropriations to ing the others with a bare or none at Hero was the question of its consti tutionality brought That clause in the Constitution which forbids special legislation by the general by which certain States were benefitted to a greater extent than was to be held in remembrance I Thas we that votes in upon a lo cal questionupon whichWhigs and Demo crats of sectioo voted in unison as in fa or now brought forward by d partisan and to be used as political evidence 1 Jackson in some favored these appropriation was a western incompany with the grcdteatmen in the voted against were northern The question at once why do the Whig press bring forward tbis in this shape Do they that tbe Whig party is the only progress and im provement party what have they while in power the past ten Can cause the people to that Pierce and theDemocratic party are op posed to all progress and by setting forth votes of no partisan votes that were given under very different from what now iiT the condi tion situation of our governmen and Do theyexpect to that even if Pierce opposed to the apprn that Scott is therefore a advocate is quite sore the CoarentioQ c and it ia departure from his that he roll take of the other under hia own protecting r There is an fi tothe effect that tho crocodjlfrsheda tears of sympathy nn ttmely fate of the unhnppj TfctfmeftpMts ap of this present day and be COEKESPONDEJf Sosevrsetts ra July t the immense Democralic two ng ivcjrbiirg John Van Huron declared that there was rib longer nay free soil party among the democra cy of the State of Sevr all tltbbbjccta oE liaring KCii there was now no Inngtr anj icccssttv for its isistcncc Taia w the niswwr to Senator Chains A real live bom in is htituelf well ojourning m Cmctnnntri and c ilcaaed with the The one ioabhora as unworthy of so great a and so ixcelleiit a ring recent trip nf the lialy from to Cineiniiati fssecaget waarybbod f gold ty a female TJie s taken from ncoiorcd A Kentucky editor nnj notifies his and p their juh hid election I Ho taken tha surest of work ig fur nothing and txmrdmg hu2clf We learn rum Slcxico that an session t will he cdjfleil The British bondholders succeeded m getting under way for 13lr John to Miss Sarah Cnnter M lien Ciipid did this maiden On cbarsa to taho a Atfirst she it with a t Cut now he it with a Rtuh L a suit ocfore an m to recover of the Exchange 3ank thovalue of a five dollar mutilated the that tho possessor of note was nly entitledto four Thenflte no neh torn tmtof the middle of which was con ended 1 officers thai fire Uten jsttest Jarm sixth aud one equally 05 good and passable that presented at tbe bank for redemptun The bank lias ofllred io give four dot orsfor the colored man beloDgiag to Col David Gib near was bitten by a copperhead iktilast and m course of Iiiilf on hour drank bout a quart of which overcame tbe ten n and saved his life SRTEBE of the Warsaw Signal in of general in there is not public spirit eooogh in tliat coun y to pull a setiins hen off her people and ftloog the ia Mtssourit invited attend the it in His below the of A fit SlSSla to begiTcn to tua beat of tbat alt accounWlbe eld in tbat section is and there will bcmnch ipetitioo for the they urge no claims whatever of person seek to aid him by implica that Pierce being igainst these internal consequent being opposed to goes for them These high flown views of Internal Im provementSj that the western whig papers now and w4U receive tho close scrutiny ofthe Whether they are sincere in their would seem to admitidoubtt Whether if their party naa they would urge their adminis tration to clear every and dig out ev ery western as thej now clamor to catch the votes of the boabng and com mercial is very questionable When it is no appropriation for any one or can bo passed by but that the Government mnst go into grand of improving can hardly believe thatWhig press capable of the We believe there is on under current of public always at work in our which preserves the Constitution of our and directs the course of our pro gressive And this which is the cobn conviction the unpreju diced and enlightened views with suspi cion the hundred Utopian schemes of refbrnij that are now advocated by political and by one halfbrained Whether he people are to be by ontofploce and that the TFtug wlioTnve never yet done are the progressive and tbat the udder whose reign this country has made all her great are tha and progressive a brief period time will we correctly seeby tbo Madison Rec ord therulerfrof oar coantyhaVe i whaVpurports to Be a Stat0mentTof Che fiscal affairs Madison Can it be that men in sap pose that such a beggarly bal ance is a sufficient answer tor the many loud and against oar coaa ty government Dothey really that is the way to explain and account for the miserable condition of our oonutyfinances Do they imagine that the people are io be thus satisfied that their interests buvo been and judiciously managed la that the way for the peoples agents toreador an account of their It they it is time tbat they were the tax payers of JIadtaon county look upon it as an insult to their feelings and fiscal L statement show that we tha men whom tbe people have entrusted with the responsibility of ad vancing their interests and have decreased the county debt the enormous sum of eleven thousand Behold our tagacity and Korr let me ask how many of the taxpay ers of this county have become enlightened by tbe high put forth in reply to their groans9 Can any of them tell any better than they could what ticular whether if inciden tal or public or private improve the peoples money has been appropria look at the and answer if On account of paupers 000 I who and where are the happy Who and where ore the disbursers of ibis snug little sum Stationary Has paper ris Were the paper mercbanta about starving 9 Clerk County Court a decent salary aside from perquisites IJ It is gratifying to see the heighth to which our County and Probate Conrt is It takes nearly as much to maintain its dignity and usefulness as tbe Circuit only 09 less than the expenses of the Circuit something eurely ia getting up in so the people should be a little if it is only a matter of es ftenscs I learn that frequent complaints have ex cited the and vengeance of the notorious Edwardsville and in their wrath threaten to run a clean Clean ticket What a beautiful clean tick et it would with the responsibility of county mismanagement to help it through I Gentlemen come on with your clean s The citizens of dare voa to carry oat your threatsj they are anxious and impatient put their unqualified upon the conntr administration they have submit ted to selfishness and stnpidity quite long What can equal the impudence of tHat Edwardsville clique Threaten to run a clean forsooth Who do they en but tho citizens of Madison county And have the citizens of Madison no right to com plain when their interests are neglected1 or abused Have they no right to hold their public officers to the responsibility of their without incurring the vengeance of power behind the throne It may be possible that the Edwardsvilla clique have more important matters to attend to than to listen to complaints of or they may suppose thatnone but polical poncnts theymay think they will soon find com plaints are confined to political There are hundreds of good whlgs who do hesitate to denounce the their measures and A clean 8016111 and smother insufficiency and incompeteucyi bring out that clean ticket if yon the and if the tax payers of Madi son county do not defeat foot and there 13 np reliance to be placed upon universal AN OLD RESIDED Presbniys Countsrfeir We have the August of this sterling commercial sides a fall list of all the bjinks in the coun a general summary of financial i and the Louis Prices We the following m ife with regard to r LAM are very tbe ply being unequal to the A great deal of new the Hues of Railroads in Illinois bos recently been thrown iritcf v markets measuredaccountsfbt the present hijirh about tlie sellibg rates at iulty guar 1 GOAcre 72 50 a 7S 3T50a 40 GOLD has left our omi El Dorado behind tbe prospect she opens to the udveatoroas gold dispatches of Mr Lffefeii ant Governor of convey the most vivid picture of and viuue of these discoveries of o iltherr effect on tho4 Soon after the opening of Bal fanti diggings licenses The ore was found pure in irregular masses of great scattered in the blue clay and other superior and sometimes in lum par fleron nine tftl says dnnn TOT visit tho washing of two tin dishes of this of about twenty inches ID diame no less than Che Telegraph and the Carlisle Con vention 1 r It need exnte no great that our friends of do not like the proceedings ofthe Corlyslei Democratic Con ventjon If thatrpnnt had set and prais ed up the said we might most reasonably suspect that there was some wrong timber or leaky material J Batlorat was comparatively the yield o jc waa no ess an eight pounds of pore The average produce of this spot estimated at abont 700 ounces and per But easoon this surpassed by the discoveries at Mount The gold raised there in December was calculated hoadred and arrived in cities on the coast attnte of about two tons pen js 4 innujua uxus nitnenu urcu painful sols andTsigha of our contnb1 tUat not a lUtle no limit to the discoveries oc to tho t The vein of sympathy that the the opening of these   

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