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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - August 27, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                T1 i Jwf4 r mBLiuuw 5BMHV EXCEPT ia 1 SO 325 100 RATES OF I OM without alt B tor tbe IHily nut U fcnfed In T 40 to veeort an iuntlon tilt IUTR la cmmectfoB lUi mr newspaper Hook and Fancy Job lain the and animptrad Jo aMfttaiwnr aajctuUithmeot i OF 3UMK OTES EOBOXEE OF 4ND JBS MCE OF TtTB corner cf saiA Btalr OBoe APIaainuiaiCouJa v i in Misaran U JL office 73 NEDIC41 TK Iceated jbonalf TeapeaUiuIv tmikn bi5 proteesumal scmees to thocitueoaof 005ee services to fye eiiiwrns X uf Alton nuili uunU HemaylteibuDdattli DtnsSorc of and J3usiucs0 in SaiUi f OMchmakera auil DIJIMOCK BLESALE Cf BOOTS AXD South siilo Alton u a TOPING rMFOBIEItS AND Dealers in ail Foreign and American nanlwarc 4 in sdiool miscdlancooB and blank musical g and fancy articles fc and DEALERS IN DBl CLOTH 1 ING 4 ASB Also Conunicslon and JT JOirVSOV of thoTVtHtcrn College of 0 citizens of Alton thaUialinaloeatoilnGre permanent anil Tvowlil oEErliw professional ecnicea to the cit izens of ihe jilacc alid vicinity hcn not professionally hcinay ti is on ono door cost of tho THE undersigned takes pleasure In Informing the pnolic that after a prntticc of 17 years in ilfree in the United is now in and prepared to practice in theabcnc profes ItENIlY Office on at the residence Inreen Jaly8Jir5ra MECHASICS Office oh JCSIICE OF THE NOTARY AKD GJISERAL LAXD Office OTErtlje store oT Gcd Bootli Alton BOOK and Blank Book K publican Chestnut betacd Main and SU MARK t ONE PBICB CASH Alton BIOILEAJV Jt BLAIR L WHOLESALE AXD COMMISSION JJpRWABDING MERCUAXT5 and RYRUE HOLE3ALE ASD COMMISSION JUEfi Pnmtantl Alton i IN AND 3J002S AND KETAlXxIcalm toots and diy and family gro i corner of State and JAMES DAGUEKKEAN Booms over J IL Hi j j Eosirrti j 4 O will raynartwsiljir attention to tho jiain1 X i6g of all kinds of wood and Gilding Glazing Paper and done in tho ucatcat Shop in 3VwnbnU n cr M Henry a May 29 dtrtt e TTATCaiaUKER State Altonj Tailor and Clothier Serond EEPS oonatantlyon laud a good and frell eclcct JX cd fatock of Oosairaerta and he will malioup to order in the Very best WPP and with a g6dd assortment of Gaitlcmcn yo ISAAC riTOLESAiE ItEALEU in fenoy and furnishing goods generally dry variety oil cloth tESURE it AND BETAIL dcalcra in j tfyc patent and tteiy tiiins in their lino buainesaj SI BARRY WHOLESALE KETAIL DEALERSin Ritent ctnBcrof See a and IU DEBOW INDBY hoota and Cim aierohante V SMITH ricKARD Piasa i and deal era in Foreign 4 domestic Constantly on hand eveiy ib the and the best assortment of Pure iquors ever offered in thJa h paid for all kiads of Coantiy COLTE in fioot Piasa METTJT ffc Dealers in Dry Ecady Made Cctucr of Second and ABUCK3IASTER DKALEES Of kinds ol of crery description mayS9d3m AXP At his on Second Iccecfc constantly on band a RCfod assortment of nnd gontlcmcnd of and wigon harness ol all dray nnd cart Orders from a distance niyiiO A KDJtEALEIl in Daguerreotype plate giren in the all the Lx Daringthe pastfew70318inonrnationa on embittered a purdj local and which the length and breadth of This spint las r This spirit hag vari ed in proportionate political partizona to pnrate interests of who stir nnd heap its sedi tions trills spirit undoubtedly origina ted in the submission a truthful principle to the stern hand of Tiieft jwfice rsqoJrei thztJiberly eh6uld fora period bow to the stern decrees of A for has arisen in every and that tuno ho ardently been looked irlien ruth flhall stand out in her fair dis solved of all the disfigurements that now slond the and almost conceals her lononsj jet mysterious was of itself harmless the best in of and reflecting no danger ous shadow upon the sun shine of our Da ions and the perpetuity df oar But it was seized upon by infincn oos of a coarscrand baser and cen madesubscrvient to partizanswho work ed it into stepping stones for their greatness and as a ladder wherewith to reach the high summits of human over the heads of toiling and at the expense of a subverted public sentiment Cor is this tho only infiuence brought to bear upon this The halls of litcraturehavo ecn prostrated to its and defam and even thesanctuaries of the Liv ing God aro profaned bypnestly whited who seize upon tho finest ensibilitics and the most sacred emotions if mans to incite him to bolicvo in loctancs that would ultimately injare lus lira test dismember and for over a year Ho proceeded tho at he courses of lectures nnd onfretarning mode application for adnussionioHho close searching1 osamina 57 ho himself oivith great rcceiTedibis anil commenced the practiceof his the spring Amfiita until prostrated by i M vThus haspassed from our audstj one justly enjoy od a position inShis Jtoiirfesy to his brethren of the thoanectioaato1 htubond and whdSG loss to his much loved wife imd childrcuis who was tho stay of Ins docknlng whoTvasan ornimentto so upright and honorableon all tho ri tions of lif Tho last iTdwardsVflre nnd his mind exlufiitiiliSlf ity of one who calmly awiiicd tho summons of Jus fearing not the passaga through the but trusting in a glorified and in tho prospect of being again united with the loved ones he left on Ho labored while thff ec and now his tt night has destroy his t This inflamed that for years has ra ed an unceasing had recently assumed an increased intensity of Its cf nlgenco shone with a lurid glare across 6ur ountrys threatening destruction np n all But a nations who todd upon the firm rock of truthi and imba 3 with charity and arose in that our of and before their brave tho light of sedition fee and of disunion were Of the evidences of the dccbno of this per crted none aro more striking than 10 suspension of ibaSoulliern an Or we shot from tho Soldier proved entirely too much to even tho remarkable equanimity and good nature of our cotemporary tho Tele graph together with iho warm water and possibly a lin gering tasto of thosa Ks6inowhat injured effervesced most and was worked off in four sharp thrusts in yesterdays which ore decidedly the most juicy articles of the season As when hard the Telc rqpihas thrown himself back upon bis out raged and accuses us of personali At tho same ho declares we have made a genuine which is dig nified certainly In tho same where the Telegraph complains of us calling him e he calls us tho fancy gentleman Now this is a gross slander J Wo wore nor nor come the foreign This is supposed to bo the pe culiar province of tho and we have no heart to contend that field with sincerely trust our neighbor will not get no use of it1 Wo may sometime and yet have no moro intention to quarrel than those indefinite infants heretofore spoken GIUXD Aaron Daniel Abraham Matthews 11 t Edward J StiUman 7 James Cahin Sflcpblrell T Daniel A2 JofcriTra JCBIJrasr 4 AIram f John L Jefferson Vlri Temple V j Iduyj James II George Isaac Hall AUGUSH J teloraphfcncws c reference dbingajo r Vr Full aeeonnU cccdinga have smco como but they aro of a Jmmatcnal and save two three sharjf tietnjccn aro devoi tt pelcgatoa glcrjadiic3 and singlo whether youngoc not joung of run great risks without tEe w from most ofi the States Illinois BcemB to have been sentod by Owen cr a prominent member of tho Bcsoluti6ns declaring thoSGoy great as usual thut Rivers and ifirbors should ill bo immcdiitely and that tbc public linds belonged to the and nobody be divided among the without t OeTtitfc Smith made a very exciting at joast so far as Vis and worked off enough bile concerning tho Fugitive Slave aptl tho Judges llr Appears that vith iio rcsto tcra might pass amlrepassbjtwccn wale and ng merely tbo others oir rVS jarm ed Jut ct thqgc whoYnte iQttera iufu upoadthctc less actions jreach of promise tlicnT lilcc a tfiicf A learned SECOND TVm Fielding Robt ntr Ldinund Albert GNcalj Jacob Icnry llillj i Jolin Wisbmgton John James II S R Uenj D Jimcs i Auios J n of the special proslavery which The fact these aro mighty or the past two years has been in operation ing and in even if wo 1 from vt hose first breath should fail to specify properly the number o its dying has sung out its dis union of it should be for otcs with a clirion throughout our toe quota can easily bq made up Sowipo ind The exigencies which seemed to its away those tcars and well rejectors to demand its have Shake sassed awaylikca summer Icav SALE OF Lins Thom ng ail m brightness and repose Its stormy j Trustee of tho B ink of has writ ilssjon was however unwise ten to the Louis that the id fruiUess tlie aim of that mission may silcg of bank lands will take place as fol eoutmucbinillwnghtmsmnll viu ions Beins connected with th Pinsa enables him to clo Trmkon tlic moe favorablo terms nndbe will undertake to fomiijhiii rampIcUf mills any description by contract or ot and guaranty to be equal to any in th Eatisfactbiy references if required ImaySQwtfj STEAMBOAT A XL pcreong traveling on the upper Mississippi Xi JQImois wUI it to Uieir interest to ca at my office nnd asscrtain ivhicIilKiats nrb the fas lines Office Central inny THIGH TO warrant to be equal in finish and durability to anytlung of Uic IVcst mny29dirtf to attend to the fonrnrding merchandise and packages oE every to c north or south y 29 W T HOtLTSIEUj 9 Central rcccnUy rented and fitted flp the largo store room one door aboro Blair A I i now prepared to receive on uce a every on the most rcaron CHARLES TRUMBCM SON Jfc MERCHANT Front EtrcetJ sotectlbcr fiaring ample store offcts Ka TIASA HART PIASA ist Ibtnmi OPTOSITE HimwlD Dfiron THE shlBcriber having the abor house fora term of is refitirig and rev farnLLing and condactmg it i euch a inimncrthat the most fhstidiotis cannot to be the table alwnyS Eupplied wit tho lust the market affords ana irith attentive waii moms and Thla Honse IB altuatet in a pleasant aiid healthy part of the and opo jsitc tbo Railroad depot Attached to this House is i goocl stable where fi Ticst of oats and and attentive liostlcra may be fotmdt intcbiis to convey passch ge tourtrom the Boats or Cars free gets and bagpo of charge Th subscriber trnsts by proper attention to business to merit and receive a of public tin tronose Jmaj29dw3 JOHX W OIART uerviccB as a Commiasion and Ponnudinz zn and pvo life pcrsonalattciitJon to too forwarding of produce ormcrcboti JB Alton Sotigamon or Upon any erteamboataarnving at this JEa charges fO amplerocrai for tho storage oti2 sale ol merchandiser produce and I am prepared to pnxchaso or acll the tho most liberal dlwly W T Office Central ATTORKET AKD OOmfSELMK AT L over Bowman Johnsons 3d near the corner of Sfatcsfreot SElll COUNSELOR AT and Notary Ptiblio and Commissioner lor tho State for taking depodtiobr Cfeco rfi Seb Alton r AJO CODVSELOR AT A2fD NOTABY PUBLIC Officeon ALTO AMOS rri HE tenders his grofcTn J thnnlia to uie traveling and tho pub lic in for the liberal patronage extended to the above ircl Juunvtt anil Icmg cstabliBbcd ev cr slnoo it under He also bees toihlorM them that bo has secured the Valuable Captain SAIHUJL ktioiti timmgliont tho State aa on ant indefatigable will assist in the genera froneriDtendcDce of the business atil hopes that their joint Tmrcmitting ehdenvorsto pve en tire satisfaction to all those who mny wish for clean and comfortable find the best fare the coun inll honor the Alton House mth A call JOBA M AT10RJJBT A3H COUXBELOR AT TAW i COODIUCH A AT li JUSTICE OF THE UT AKD COENBELOKS JIT iffaconpni County L DAVHf TDEXBT ATTOJOfEYS AND rOOTTfSEIrORS AT A3fD AGENTS GOETHE STATE OP Office on v LAW OBTO irtrcc door Jrom Main J tree c AKD GENERAL LAND AGENTS Offieo on HUVTOJK iiT02NEr QOOXSELOB AT i on nearly opposite tbo Prtsfiy JUANSIOX HOUSE AM STAGE North ritlo tho JncferonriJIo J1LJ W fonnerljr of tho Franklin former and throoh tho travdliug public gen erally that be baa taken tbo said home and intends foIteefU POGD HQTEIi ami endcaTor to give satis roctton to all Ihat niay This House in its con construction andlnterior amngcmcnt lias been en tirely changed and trat in good and from its bong located in a high and healthy where joaety rood churchcsj and colleges and being access by Acaroboots aid cannot fail to be a plcas antflacoof resort during tbe hot for per sons desirous of retiring for a few from the heat and bosilfl of tho crowded southern cities This Honse is well f nrnishcd has a number of junraio TFC suited to families dc Sirmisof pptndioafewwccJaplcasaMIy His ho telwill be fornisSca irltb all 4hat cbitii try can Tho Eervants and prices high and law ajoogh totu AJ1 rfd friends ana former patrons arc respectfully solicited to call thcmsclvea at home as Tho Hotel has in a convenient and extebsiTo yaiil and and alTrays cndearors to keep a good for tho oc comroodatMraof who hare aathonty to tlietato inth respect tie treatment aritl care of stable 13 aUo1 famished mth saddle eootl florcrcd and and fjimil Trhich will be Inrnished at nl on feasonable terras Perfocs nnd families eonrpyod to any part of tho tfajncent country E STA03 ALTON Amcncan JBU respcctfuDy in form tbccitlieus of and thetrav thut abova Jiamed which nas reccnUy nndcrgone a thorongnjc boJtas fur nished it entirely vlthlncnr stutablo for tho Twnta and oomforuot his tj tho is now for tho accommodatiim of boonlcrs nnU traoEKnt The proprietor flatters htmwlf7 from in and tram a strict personal uittentioa to iliewwntfi and oomfortof his guests he will Iw enabled to acoommbdato all who call upon him In a satisfactory alargo anB commodioos where travellers horBCawti I receive receive LVO the effort will soon be lost to except 13 a blot upon the political his tory of our nhich tho mists of ages may dim and but can not or we speak of tho fruit less efforts of the it may be bat strict justice to refer to The wfio pursue an opposite yet cquilly injurious andj whose f ully carried would lead to equallydisastrous of the oneidea in this wo tlo so with an individual but from a desire to warn tho people is from false which attract their attention from the true principles of our and divert and waste the energies thatarc due tlio one common The test that our country has pissed we believe to be decisive Tho fa naticism engendered by onosidcd views of the intricate and dUBcult subject of American has been if not entirely ex And although the press of the S6uihErn Press stamp miy ndw have their thousands of and ring their tocsins of alarm over the we believe the peo ple have made their firm resolve upon this and these efforts will be And thai penod may even Before this At inEdwirds on the 24th Sept At in AVaync on the 27th At ID Vi lute county on the 30th At in Franklin on the 4th At ID Saline on the Gtu At in Ilardln on tho span of attnchcd to a waggon with a hajrick started at full speed down State streethill Xhey seemed to lira it the inhere they brought pitching the hay i sack of or a salt in um breUa nnd thohlnd wheels on side Ihe greenness of the locality untjoubt edly deceived the and gauged such a hurry to go to grass No w You ought certainly to from tho contnnnoss of n they would by tho best Carlinvillc Statfsrfiaiij rule we correct Ihe mules did not stop at tbo Telegraph but when last making their way with all speed for the office of tho States orying in their peculiar fdadfv generation shall Jeatc the or before another decade shall have passed when all tHesQfalsfe lights shall have become ex and bur people be united as a coni mon brotherhood At Pope on tho 12th At Mastic on the 14th At Gallitm on the At Puhski county on tho 1st also remarks linds constitute most of the means of the tthiehUoredeem the and if soldjit fair will absorb the cir or nearly unless the credit attend the sales and become tlio purchnsr the lands will bo sacrificed and mo paper TVitl become worthless A Row AMONGST THE south rn gentleman was attacked by ft crowd of at the Ocoan andi general row was the erners camo4to tho the wait crs from the The southern guests Death of Hoi Nelson Edwards again struck a shining mark and caused us anew to mourn lus ravages OH at 10 tf our gift nnd esteemed Jcllow NELSON G tvas transferred from this world sorrow and to ono of jdy nnc uippinessj there to rest forever in the bosom of his This sid although anticipated for omo time has cast a gloom over our seldom and exhibits nch a bold upon tbo esteem and affection oj people by tho as is seldom en and is alike creditable to his nil honorable to tbo community m which bo moved while ffbcn tho aged jiid iavo measured their three eeore years and wo aro apt to consider tho debt of nature as justly but when we sec tho to tbc talented and thus1 cut and torn from their families and riends in tho vigor of their youth and use we start back with and rc Tizo that mans last groat enemy is rio re specter of tho as well as the aro constantly hud under read contribution and that victory only can bo obtained over him by tLcajd of the Teat sacrifice made f or Xbo subject of this notice wts tbo oldest on of the Hon GIBBS of this nnd was born in Kentucky about tho ear About tbo year father to1 and set Edwards ttcnded tiro best schools which Ihit place ten until about ihe year boa Jils father returnedto it which ot m its unmediato be over sinuo restdodi After reinovinfe hr Sofeoa Ed wards attended Shartleff college in TTpper for Jwd or ihreo and althoagh1 o left tho college before for the JaVyho several tunes ot fib highest honors of bis earing Shnrfleff commenced flm stiidyof the law with Strong then of this and after having were and left the hotel for other A elcrhin i certain drygoods store m this itv whose proprietor v is notoriously found frequent OCLISIOU to compl im of un hut never permitted passion to master always obej ing orders to the confident that somo time his employer would be caught in a trap sprung by his own niggirdhiiess One daj a load of cool in the niiuat of summer for economys vras dunlpcd out in front of the and tho soiU ed ilh brazen effrontery cd the clerk to the he should not pcrfonn Ihe though dressed and engaged at the time in iiting upon some seized a sliovcl hnd work in In tho course of afetv honrs lie bore the aspect of ono of boirig covered from head to foot wrtti black tVs soon as he finished the he observ ed some of his laifc acquaintances entering the to nothing abashed bj his ungainly he pout then followed into the ind iskcd tllein what goods they wished to As they kid tho clerk smiled through his soot as tho glimmers i w ibtc of hie and rt ithout performing my ab took down half a dozen boxes and be gin to show them to his friends It is uac loss to mention tint ifter i few bun dhngthe spotless kids hid issumcd ivory different hue from tip originil Ihe ladies seemed to understind wis somcjokc m the and smiled is ho tossed dozens upon dozens of tbo hand coverings over md over before llcro the employer and observing Ins clerk in the sorry plight thought somo chimney swcop hid taken his position behind the counter Bat i moment j is he pohtciv bowed md of the cpuntrj to relieve him for some time to Joshua of aJeo mafic on taken in connection his oith as a member of to support the would entitle ijost men to the charge of Ihe upon the ePlatf orm were a portion objecting to certain pi inks as being or that were embodied in the portion of the committee and the raijonty re port was accepted by tho In ono of the resolutions it was resell cd thnfcthcy should hereafter bo Oalletl Free Demo cratic The f olio being tho titling up of tho we make room for Tappah also asfeod that tlio S resolution up iddcd t6 the platform ihat is American slavery is a sin against and i crime igiiivgt it is in tlie Highest sense not either dmncor is wereforo utterly and of no force bcforo God and on behalf a tfic accepted the proposed Tappau remarked thit he would vote the platform if so but that it contained certain minor matters that be did not approve of muc1object to following the enmple of political to aivay their md od thit the report be recommitted to the com Snodgrass stated that ho hid not been consulted as to incepting these nor had any other of the southarti on a matter o such vital importance to the and secqndcd the motion to Mr of moved that Mr Giddings be instrueted to strike the wqrds nnd humin out of the substitute proposed o liad Loen pleased to tulcc it for grant ed Umt ALL Jcttcra aro lovo lottoba tfcnfc pass jctween unmarried gentlemen nnd unmftr Knd down ac of tbc aw of letterwriting and has ust bocn delivered f rpm the bench of tho Su rcme Court of New Where a written kcptttp ictween an unmarried gentleman married young HdyV off who iis Common And nl inference that it is upojumatranonml since where an engagement ally a correspondence almost invan ably followsBut youbg marriageable la at leist prudent do not allow themselves to engaged iQacpirespondenco unmiraed unless suppose a marriigc cOntnct exists And do not desire that sachacor rcspondcnco should bo earned on where an engagement does not unless it be f qr mpropor or witfi tEefiopoor an engagement or an offer fias been made and accept ed where a correspondence takes place be tween aa are described an this Vp in accordance with gener al which is ono of ihe usual and most sitisfactory tests of human ind wfyen token alone and dlacon from other it may not be so strong as some evidence might bo wo hold it competent to be suu nittcd to a and from which they may the evidence cceded m fcpiptho nfgtitnlarcC Slsfc jolU itf ora satisfied them of the 4 t Atamcotihg oE Piasa Lodge Beltlat the Hall on the 19th of A D called spe nllrfor the purpose of their sense fiL the as snstouied m ol their OinradepnU 0 the Tol exposed m London withm the t process1 ot cutting tfo JToRinoor orueuecefidfully butis ex pected tq manj has made end plrajus had diedof thu 4taeasc cask pf powder vrfaicji and been bought for and seven 5 T WalterTitzpatncKalzttfe was irownc4tin the river at been made that theclipneraaip of the Seax3 which sailed for5aa rrancisco than 00 The schi Bangor July 20j Conn was found anbt 1orts Crew supposed It fiUlicen deeidetl Aosirallan six to sevcja per centos to California on an av satisfied with picntjTof theFi ir whale shup by ns it was preposterous tO say that Slavery did not exist by human lawC Snodgrass seconded tho motion to j of HI declared tBosubsti uuousU adopted I t It Almighty Qojf i torenviTe fronionr niiiisfc anil from theatre of oar brother and Past i while strike Lovojoyj tiite proposcd woa and wanted to ho recogniz soiled and spoiled and the gist tit the Ihe imperturbable asked if ho hid my coal to throw to which the in iduil iddrossed mide no but turned on his licel and used some inost vehement ind blasphemous epithets At the seeing through the tran oc Jinghed which idflod to the proprietors nge and This little incident cffihtad quite ft firori bio in tho penurious mins cliati BLOOMTNGTON EXTENSION far ALTON AND and never since has ho cndc vvored to SANG MION RAILROAD bids for this elerfcs into the citnicity of mom iis see the original resolutions Slave ry does and what eras tho use of de claring that it does lie was not willing td niako fdols of to gam a fen Ud was tired of being catechised ery four years by Mr of Jfew to knotr whether he had quitted tho old ptr while ho never belonged to them Vdopfc this and four years from he will ask us to go with him on lus no tions and declare them to be men arid no lie will afterwards probably bring in somo other metaphysical nonsense to to our Mr Ltncjoywaa frequently but declared that he must and would be as he could not accept the In ho said that tho original resolu tions wcro acceptable to that he was not willing to deolara that Slavery was Of no bindilis when ho knew it was of crushing force hoped to settle the difficulty in a few lie considered the oijlj tho its its capability of being made anything or he therefore moved a rejection of the proposed of Mich o Tared a resolution dcclaririg tliatall men have a National right to a pc at thci in the meridian ol his in the bloom be it Ihat vie hara with heartfelt rotr nnd deep the death of oar Brother of the niytic uniformly consistent course of life high devotion to cntbniiaHm the irann heart and gencroos not bury is a mcinber of oar bat 03 citlxea ami as a hare enshrined him to our afibctiona with more than orilimry while we yield to tlio ohaateuing aUHtl of we shall iorcr cberigh in nEfectioDate as as thol ev ergrecn the many chioracter izvd nnd adorned alike hid public and pn ate hie In their esd TTC tender qor heartfelt thicsaotl condolcnco to his bereaycd and hall hereof aa and as a Ixxl to bestow1 that relief and indoor npd which oar own and the Jancient principlea of our order die nju That this Lodge has met mth an irrcpar ahle Iota in tbe death of XELSOS i irljoee and its an3 wboH life energies were tetl to the dcrclopmtnt ol its and citcnsioH of its sphere ofusefulness t That as a mwrk rcsjxct for onr deccas il follow his remains in 4 budy nadwtar thcnq il liadpc of mourning for That a committee nf thnic c nppumtejlby the to cotatnnoicate Uio forc to the family of our deceased mil furnish copies for publication in tbo city and SigaeL was lost on Vi last 13TOO bbls S ford for r A Kthiopean been organrzed jn 35 iltinioreA to saiT foe Bre of being to tryhoWndgro jmnistrelsy wilt take in An cxchaogo tBat an invention to tho erect position of standing col allfired hot woolumcot witka ready Oood There twenty ecroa Jcalhs from cholera at New 3Tork for the 4th were emigrants WnnFa w 13 said that sinco tho pdrmzig of the Henry Clay the daily receipts of the Hudson Railroad Company have been increased French gentleman named who proposes to establish a tine of steamers between and port in the United calling at has pebtipncd tho Oovcrnment to exempt bis ships from man 1 petition Is under constder on tho 10 th i arid irrarded ns follows Anson James a James 9 do 10 C James JLco Denni W 17 y Ansdtt llf ft 19 20 Wm Scery 21 2f iL 22 dn 24 Jaml JJ Songamon 0 t the noted and succcss ul school teacher in LOUISA is ibout to chingo his businesSj and offers his school crf tablialimcnt for THE TINCBWES TTo fifld rfwi0g article in the St Iiduis Times of yes terday morningiIt conveys the impression most that this raid will bo imme diately put in course of construction MISSISSIPPI riends of this enterprizo will bo pleased to carn that ihe obstacles which the city iu tHorities placed in the way in tho prosecution of this mvaluible work have boon entiroryTo and tho work from Hlmoistown to a distance of about seventyfive is novfunder and with the bil of tho bo completed tfcssra Seymour aro merr or wealth md and whoso past history iri simi ar enterprises iS a guarantee of what can arid will do in lit here is Singer and of mp and Truesdalo from all ood men well known to the md ivbotfo fame and fortunes arc utveated iq his great Thoy havd the confi dence of tho public they arc jnefl of arc able to pay all thoir and are determined iff road thro within tho tinfo specified by ihe jaborcrs arc pourinjrjm and we it romgoodr yesterday that not leas tourfivethou3an4 nfenaronowtfantedand oin employment on tins This ooka hto workrond that all riends of Louis rejoice at be aftcrvnrds it wouM Iiive been bettdr for him to cmplov to throw it in vrhito kul friin to c trrj the eoul among tlie boxes und rum two or three boxes nt or of East Chester hha just token in tha heaviest crop O ho has ever stored during n threo chielly spent in wheat arid it is supposed wiltyield more than GOO There wore about 53 wagdn loads largo irom the Cafpct JJas A Miners I lip all colil and Beneath a tree it When the stnrk are f tuning ortly And the gives I sleep whcrft the tMI trees Ami mjTCStleaa memories roaui Away from the To my childhwdfi happy Tlie Icn dreim is Far my tmublcd sfgfiti And my ht art mth IIDJO n tiio JIvjaChera cot bcforo tTheru iij hours I Ere the clotitU lite came o cr no pain hosom I sec my lineup Ami my fathers f ho on the Ami they And I tlnnk The ir my It was in accents And sL tear drop with it came The golden snqtlg itrc rlcam ng the light of Tho gt Iden is And ray is Eat n n I er Iq my Jrcanw my mhllhou An ay from tin golden m To ni childhoods hippy must hnvo feon slippery town in the olden there bo iny truth in Uio poetry oE New Hampshire bttrd who latel sing at ft festival fn tho Grinito Stateij Wegno a on ceh as the critic remarked ot Airs S dMons is Onr father treisttrfU tho Shmypnjeo They lorctltheccla asjhBjr Ana of ono with Fur a etrtng of cals he eold his Pron the eclsihcy their jfooil lAml irere caJJed theJDcrrvfteld And tha inarUof eeU vtcn so pHin to f RQ olitldrcfl IwJfctt like TOl3 m the f tjco d bcforo they it 53 That the cliildren DcVcr but Oer tho goodly inun old Deny It vnta often said tiiclr oolir v ior tbe present ndrld and tho worltl In Was a ami a of portion of the and icir birth and their death Ihat those who oppose this doctrine would bottle up Gods sunshine Cor SovoraL IIumbujrpGry nonsense Ihe Convention wis thrown in to grcit Mr ShcddonjOfPajioOkcduponthJasub jcct is entering wedge to the destruction of Ur Smith of Ind slid ho miii could ell thcjEJoil he could sell his but not the j Government claimed thesdilj but Government right over tbc but ta protect thdse living on it Mr of hoped the resolution would Gerritt Smith considcicd the resolution as completing the Tho resolution was theft adopted almost unanimously these proceeding were tbo bal Idting for President commeribedf Johii P Ilale received Philips S Gerritt Smith 33 Chirle Dtirkoe 1 II Bcoton S ilmon CJlase 5 nms lv Tlio votc declared dtianiiiidusi Ihe biUdtmg for Vice President resulted Por George Julian 104 j Sunnel Lewis GiddmgslGj CUj MCollmsSj Gco If Evans3 No On the second was Mass it which i white girl and Trtd the were among thd cntcrtatnments which folioiv wl j and then Pittsburgh was relieved of the conspirators against tfio and safety of Or De mocratic Congressionit Convention for tjic Cth assembled at Springfield on the ISthmat Hrfa CAL wis qpnunitcd as the Democratic can by GaWban is one of the oldest ind ablest niert m1 our and eminently worthy of the support of tljc Democrats of tbit Dis trict Settlers on the line of the Central Register df tho Eantl Office it hag made public tho following nformation to settlers ilong tho line of the llinois Central Railroad Kniroit Tfie following instruc lons have occn scut to this upon the IT An act to protect actual set tlers on the line of the Central Railroad and bnncHCSj by gnntmg precmptioyi wgh vrmch I deem of such public to is to send for publicition1 By the terms of that you will see thnt every person on the 2d was ah actual and occupant of a tract of land within t the limits of tho1 rcstiruvtica for and Mobile and which tract Uieri ac quired a preemption ryht provided such person prior to the 20th Hid in person mule a settlement on such ind on thit day inhabited and other wise improved the same 39 as to bring him solf witim the requisitions of the hvf of 4th as o such and provided that notice of such claim shall bo nied the of your office before tlio actual offering of the tract at public or restoration to private eri is case utay Iho public sole of the lands so reserved within the aii miles limit is to tike nlaui at ycur office on the tfth person claiming tho benefit of tlie enclosed is to f urnuh the Register with notice pirticulir land claim HotSF A TTorejf fer business men to the cord OrvHte Pad who has established hnnsolf in busi us a Commission Merchant in Alton Paddock was formerly a resident of this for earff piafc he bcun a citi zen of and n6u the now business relations 6f Alton invited him IIis general acquaintance in Illinois will servo to rccomTncnd him to the notieo of our com mcrcul to whom fee will an acceptable agent Louit Paddock takes possession of the new warehouse ot JJroath toad which isoovr being rapidly finished offfor the JTo commences trade in Alton un der the nibat and he will Undoubtedly Carry on a afid prdutablo undred Swedens arrived at Boit to be filed bcforo the actual offering of This notice you will requird thejxirty to verify own oath or and will cause it declaration thiit siid party 11 one of tho clisa of persons for whom provision is made in said When iroof has been so showing the party to so one of the class of persons for whom the ict of the second instant wis or notice ill be given the actinl mg of the tract so you wiH tho said tnct from public or from application for entry at private when the lurid is outside the six mile limits j and upon the party miking proof where not taking an affidavit such as prescribed by the law ot md makina niymtut for the lind at any time prior to 3d you will issde the usual receipt and Parties who do not desno any in the consummation of their when the necessary proof hog or insteid of the subse quent filing of make therecniisitc proof it once and foko the affidarit and enter the fond prior to the public sale thereof or the realontion of the tract to private This I iw to be mado the land conscfpcntly cash alone is to be received in s itisfaction it the rito of 30 per acn1 for Jand withiri the si Imce the first of January the Bt in York and ricimly have launched twen tythree steam vessels and hvcnty sailing vts si whose tonige amoonts to about The on the stock might Be rougfi ly estimated at the Southern Press at city is suspended for vrant of The is Funds not Pipers will do things one of tlio directors of Innsit Company hasretir ed from the direction and sold out hisstockC EIc retires with a profit of petition to ike Qovornor of Olfioja circulating m Cincinnati asking uncondition al diseharec of James wbo it TRU be ia charged with attempting to poison his father and ifontez says the only objcctioa she his got to New ind poetry it is too low Out of ninetyseven sonnets which she examincdin nine tyfive she savs commences with tho bron chitis and with a newly made graver The corn crop of Berkoloy countr3 now promises to be as if not tbe crer produced in the dcbi oE the Amencm Boird oE Missions has been cancelled ty the liberal m tho different Orthodox young man died at East Boston on under thejnllucnce of administered previous to 3 surgiiJil opera The Eiifiar Choato delivered address before the Phi Kappa Society of the Vermont University on Nineteen deaths from cholera oc curred since it first broke f iiltimorc exported to tho amount of hogsheads of tq bicco wis of the The Keqtncky State Convention ot Umvcrsaliats meets at Lewis eoun tyf ou the voters of City by a mijority of hive accittctt in Iavor of the contihaancc of the free school system Tho haycrop of Connecticut is so that la some parts there 25 hardly hay anough to piy for The mahogony and mcnt of Sherman at fitrqyed by fire on the 2d JJoss Hottentot once got up of It enclosed with afjencg made of siusagesj TClulethe centre was occu pied by a fountain Pcrrv Donovan wis murdered by chicl Purccll at Kcw irnilo trying to prevent Purcell from he iting own Poor The only strict teetotaler among the four candidates for tiovornor of is the inti Maine law Practice docs not always follow you see a IidV whom you han j our vrif opinion on the Tuat only way to get unhought of tho Uoird of Traile of Sew applied to Conprress for an tion of to aid in the removal tho rocks obstructing tho New York i t A ner trial was granted to a prisoner of in lost weekj tiecause one of the Jurors nad drankj spirituous liquorsduring the progress of tho trinlj Brown who assisted fiorhasbancT to escape from tlie Cincinnati was for the and committed until tho ALFRED hear a coa o dclncr in the 75 per 100 Ibs spetul ition m which we understtnoT a impetus at based upon supposition of a Ntadisorf sceurod by contract tho number nackotl hero last MddisoA I Tho consarof thisdtjhus jusl been It contains divid ed thus 3J5j ton on Satordayfrom aro Foreign famiGcs owning dwellings in f i i is saiu that tho ilouerfcRnn ton on aacoruayirom anev aro mon of nnd iroposc emigrating towhich they hvi Wisconsin audputghasing fine wis 1 of Bojirbon started Soath 1 wt weefcf vrtlx i0 mnlei7 for which per Head were offered and Thev are said to be th7finest that left that men should read A Glasgow Scotl md pamCcc up one the other day3 and found In ment 5 tho effect that a relative had left fa TtoC Pittsburjr Pespateli that Dunn English is the author of He is an Englishman by was once an a for Queen of England hadiccenUv narrow from instinf walking in A 3 fell Trom some of the b near her J 1   

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