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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - September 24, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                F THE 0ocial 3ciw0 for Central FRIDAY SEPTEMBER VOLUME NUMBER THE ALTON DAILY ETEttV KrCEPT SCXMV BEOWET JOUX ofiiie Daily f i f ULlVS 1 per BATES OF ADrERTJSNC IV c UlUo or li BOOK AND JOB jJob J3usinc0s k WJIOLT3SALE AXD ItETAIL Corner of State and Slurrt dcalenj in and FuroisniUR TURNER Je SECOXB DEiLEKS jn Ouiuliinakvrs and Saddhra aud ntakeni 11MMOCK Ac WUOBESAL15 DEALEES IS BOOTS AXD South side Alton TMPOETEKS ANl WHOLESALE Dealers in all L ileperiirtiona of ForeiRn and American Hardware and ATIOESliY AXD COECSELLOIl AT over Bowninn JyhnsuHS on 3d Dear tLc cwiicr of StatcrirecU SET11 A TTOBXEY AXD COUXSEIXJIX AT mid Notary Public and CommlSiiioacr Tintho State of Mwsoitn for taking Office on Sec AXD COUXSELOK AT LAW ASB XOTARY Office on JOI1X TALMEU ATTORXEV AXD COCXSELOK AT LAW ilatonpin GOODRICH AXD COnXSEMKS AT ATIOKXET AXt COUXSELOJl AT AXB JUSTICE OF THE PEACE t D AT LAWj Slacouiiin DAVH A ATTORNEYS AXD COirXSflLOHH AT AXD GENERAL LAXD MUSTS 1OR HIE STATE OFILLIXOIS Offiix on ATTOBSBT AT LAW OHre one doorfniui Main DiVIS i ATTOKX7TlS AT AXD UEXEBAL LAXD OfBtc on ATTORXEY AXD COVX3ELOR AT JUSTICE OF T1IK PEACE o Lcvi Davis Attorney at IFFICE oti acorijr njijAEttv ilic Prejsby tcriun may dffyl FOROXER OF 3WADISOM AXD JUS TICE OF THE PEACIft corner of State end up ASD ItETAIL i T and blank rtatin rail inmicnl looking nnd lancy articles and DEALKRS IX IXO BOOTS HATS AXD aiiil MARK FIERSOX CASH STORE MORHAN it IS BLAIR fc ESALK FOmVAftPIXti MERC1IAST3 RYRIE i WHOLESALE AND AJO COMMISSION S frootanil DCALERS IX JJRY BOOTS AXD WHOLESALE AXD dealers in and and family gry ghtlc and ISAAC Alton A Y nwl CIIAKLES CA NOTAllY Office at Insurance PIASA JOJEf CORNEII PiASA A5n FotUTII OlrOSITK icasnl the above c fitr a tenu of is and re sliing nnd eonductiitg it in such a milliner thai the most fastidious fail to be the table always tlie Ut iho uiarktt uffords and with attentive clian rooms nnd This l FRIDAY iu a itlesaaiit and beaUliy of the city wad sitL the Jlsilruad dcjxiL to this lloitw iaa gofxl gtahlc ivhcru Uic best of oats and hay nndatLuitivc btellcrc muy be s to convey nn wmns o convey pnsn nnd h3rrage to or from the BoaU or Cars free of The otfccribcr trusts by pivjwr attention to bnyincss o merit find receive tmirc of public pn JOHN ALTOS AJI03 1iwraiBiDiu rpHK tLiideRthw tltunks to the lie in for tlie liberal to the above well known aiifTIongwtaWitlieii ev er tdnrc it lisa been under inform them tlmt be liogtccureilthe valuable ccsof Captnin RAUCKL IITTS lavarably kimwn urfioutthe State iis un and who of the business and that their joint and unrviirittins endeavors to lvc ch iirc satisfaction to all tbtae who mny for clean ami cCTafurtabJc outl tbc fare the ioim try will honor llie Alton with a FUANKL1N STATK EULIAS of American wuutil retjKci fully in fonn the citizens tf Alton ami Btttl the Irar g that he Iiaa the abavc nmiuJ trliich has jxtwilSy uiidcrjrime ii rc tuicxtcmivciiMitititjiiiiil that lie lias fnr fimiiture sntliWe ftr the iilieHt entirely with ne Jji Xlie House is fitu ii the mist f the iun Ls now Ixji uiul transient A TTORXET practices in Missouri anj II office 73 Pine St TVILL1AM ATTORNEY A T A W Office on JUSTICE OF TJIE XOXAKY AXD Office over tlie store cf MEDICAL lixaicd liimwlf in tasdcis Tiis iirutesioual services to ho of Hib Office MetcalC0 Ilouk rpENDEKS hw prufisiional senices to the citizens of Alton and lie may befnund ut the Drug Slow of ISarry i corner of Second and IheWcftmi College wait inform the citizens of fct1 located hero jwnnancnt v ami woultl offer 1m services to the cit izen f tlie iilaee and not lie may le found iis on one dwr cast of the THE unilcwirncil jilciuurc in infomiipsj uJilUilic niter a pnicticft aiiJ iireiareJ to iwuciiw in i Office on the rcducna t July Sdwim ftcfrcjwtnr flatters himself from past experience in Hotel BIK from u strict perNiunl ultonl inn to the ami cimifort that he mil Iw to iiccoinuiwlutc all irio cull wjjua liiio in n There isalH in LHinncetion with the n larre uitlcoiniiKHliniw where trn rellerd burses tvU rcoeire attontiun Girriajrcs il furnished at the shortest tie May 31ANS1OX HOUSE ASM STAGE OFF Xurth sMc Hie GEVliliE funncrlv the Franklin iiifonnd hid friemld und Xuniur nnd tlmupli Hie that he lias taken tin iulutds a COOU 110TKL mul to jrive rurtiuntoalltlintinaruLlU Tins Jlmic in ita cnn and Inferior arnuisvment UvJi tu lialy iut ij goal niwl its Icing IwJiUd in a high und hcsillLy where pncl und fiHiyM ainl of liy md it cannot fiiil In a iilciis tmt of luring the fur jyiw Itsirwta of reiirins fw n few fttun the t anil InisClo the rrmnlcd wmthcni t KMILC is well furnielicil nnd Jisi n iLcrof de e veil a ftir wocks His ln tishnl irith Jill tlmt the western coun The servants ami prices ii of tvl will Ije try can liich and low enough Ml oM and fmner art solicited to call and make themselves at as Tho lloSi1 in nnd extensive endoirors tw h xlatinn of who have full authority with to the treatment nnd of tlieir TJw wilh Kiilillc cotl cmcrnl nnd ojtcn und wluih will le fnnushcd at il on ilc Itrwns nail ftiuiilRV rojtvtyM and the EailroaoL x As we jmtlcipatsdj the nrticlc in Tues days Courier has elicited conaiJcrablo com ment from tlie Louis Tho Repub lican copies tho nrticlc while tlie tdligenccr builds a upon assumed found outside of our nrtlclOj nnd vhic are as unreal us tlie b a fiibric of a vis yanl and sited and n pxnl for he nc SXT3OIEK BY tliat ol luvtns c JT that old friend uf th traveling and iilvisura Tlie Times gives its a passing and the in an astatic prophe that hereafter tlio appearance of a stranger at oue of the hotels vi be an affair of very If our cotemporarics of the Louis press imagine that we of Alton wisb or expect to stop tlic trade and Lnsiuess transacted by the other tUim that portion which will naturally anil legitimately tend to thia they arc much Or it they believe that tho people of Alton anticipated doing all the or fourth part of the trade that would probably pass over the they are atltiriLfoLie ijapresslonV j and the press of Louis should luive knovfu at tho time they were bitterly oppos ing the that it prove a great thoroughfare of trade to perhaps more greatly benefit tltau any other But we also knuw that Alton be much and that an avenue for commerce would bs opens ed through a rich but almost inaccessible section of This reasoning has proved and we now daily that Al and this whole section of is b ing bencfitteJ to the fuUeit extent antieijnt AVc are that Louis should participate iu trade and fair competition wo always adio catOj nor do the people of tins city desire riiy But it has been mndo manifest to our ptp quite that tlio Railroad compa ny intend to pursue a small ir threaten which is to say tic and can but engender illfeeling arid prove detrimental to all part Itis gener ally supposed tliiit ilic intend o adopt a petty system of it does not lessen the cost of fo the travelling or the cosT of freight lo deprives BcvcnJ classes of dir citizens of their legitimate tnd winces all within the grasp of Ce lt is stated that the Company intend if to get the privilege of runiing through our streets to the river bank that then they will get a then tleir two steamers irill come and iiumedmfcly and from the But until they get the tlie it is expect to employ thuir own aud will do all the business within Tho point of collision between tio Company3 nnd the is here So as the ijiiinral cost smdfreight is by the course ot the they iro But when they seek to monopo lize the legitimate business of the and vet do Jiot reduce tlic general ouv people believe they should be nf the subKct wan inttHtrfitci i A Mavor and Aldermen an ckW BOOK ami Vfflbliain Clustnut bcHree Muin and JAJ1ES DAGLEKBEAS Rooms over i Alt WHOMSAtB i OruccrsnnJ ilcral HE1VIT DEALERS IS iiil of attontiun totlifl 1niwr AVaU BAV1D JLVKDR State are pledged to hold all such monopo that this singular course will be ffc istcdtn that certain imliridunl mi Merchant Tailor and Sccuml EPS cMiataBtly H tanJ anil irril rfcct ed stuck ill Caaaiiucres nml will mate to onlcr in the TOJ Uat uian mny2liBni lc bcrtcst AM 11LXK MAXUVAC At Ins nldstniul on Second teem tly im lmii1 oKwrtmoit f and gcnllcmcna ul T ami f OrfcKlrom a OUtancc tt KACHIHE SHOP PATEXT HORSE POWEIl AM IUCD conceded to Ictliclxat MACIIIJt A5TKO omlAcroom fur tbo stompc nnd sale of produM and l JOHN D1GCEB11EAS AKTIST G HAS on wd mil lw constantly and Gas and Clicroicnl O1I ish a taratas flail will not smote Hi consult their pmhosinj them ot jel BjMbgB nd this that have nu 1 i i rsed Th0 Presbyteiy of Alton evening at die Presbyterian in this The opening sermon wosLpreached by the Moderator of the last It was n practical and crideutly left ah excellent impression upou tlie congrega Oliusted is from the extreme South ern end of our preaches on alter nate Sabbaths at Cairo anil Thns about fs s of Prcsbytc ry will be held daUf every day this commencing this mornijig Jroujgr8 A till 12 and Wo understand the ses sions arc open to the There will be preaching at the Presbyterian this at T 12 by Gros The territory occupied by this body extends Iron the latitude of and Car on the to the Ohio river on the and from the on the Grand Prairio on the They ministers and 33 If our citizens desire to see what sort of men arc engaged in the work of Evangeliza tion this wide turrit we advise them to drop in and witness tbeir Wo learn that u session of groat interest is and that bcsidos the usual meet ings for there will he preaching each evening this and on Sabbath eve ning a Missionary with refers ence to the great work of Home Missions agent of the American iiiid Foreign Christian will speak at the Presbyterian Church this at tlirec on tho subject of his tlTuOLESALK AND RKTA1L AXO MEDICINE Thisextensive business firm arc now receiv ing a very large addition of fall stock rectly from Eastern Importers arid This with their former will comprise one oE the most full nnd complete issortments of goods in their to be tound in the Purchasers at wholesale rill find at this establishment everything usu ally found in the and also choicest of and many other They deal very largely u window white and red ind all other Their prices will com From the MiUraukio The Steamer fnttrestiny fiicidents of Ihs Atlantic Dis are furnished witli of melan choly by our feHoiv WALTUR whose statement wo yester day and we will for the benefitof thosti at a that Uaboumo is one of our most worthy gentleiuan of coolness and who knows what he and who noticed and can describe the events which transpired around with as much precision as if itr were an ordinary event of every day His state room was the third one from the boiv of the and upon coming put of his first etTort was to reach ilio forward cabin Tins hu was unable todo in tho darkness and jostling of the penned bewildered until he gained a side of the cabinnnd felt his way to the It wis closedrjriio one else had found were passing out of tliiy vast vainly The moment hereached tlic he saw tho boat was A man biood Ho ad dressed Are the master oC boat V I f or Gods sake dont j icntly to describe him arid leavinghim im mediately iind motiutiDg hurricane he docd not know whether it wus the Captain or except by the above Sutton who hid wife and two chil manifested a noble and tliosur vors have since that it did them to hearing manly voice and feel his inspiring His first wire was for those dear cbt to las second to others to hopeful He fastened lifepreserver upon his bade her take the infant in her and having htshiid little Frank upon two he put them in the waier ithd propelling Uiciufioycral rods iroui the iiud defending them from the drowning grasp of the poor wretches in tbu until see ing Utat tlie boat ficttlodso he brought them buck and placed them upon Frank is two years unu a half and a line little After reiiclun the and recovering from thccdilland Fnmk came to Ins Snid Suttyn to Fmnkv mint t6 go Juto the water ngaiu with father sfiid the lit tle licro with a eit is too coltL An interesting exhibition was given of tlml every tiinl in case of un aged over who were drawn on to the hurricane The mail Wiis frantic with but his in tJic a heaven ly brought him to composure and sub A voung married couple btood and ill and prepare have j throw lior infant into the water and then to 1W1CU tllft forward cabin broke awny from tho and llojitcd with those were on and tl secured them a ncst extensive uud oats rolled into our e the Jt is possible that some who ivere struggling iu tho near the low and hijrh rates of freight in luivc been helped on to it by th has a tendency to depress pri iy now sells nt per and rom 17 to IS as per ILLINOIS witer ibout at a with from eighteen ty iuriies on the principal and sut prospect of The att is VnnHs ore filled with we are inform will uauuiiS M there is no freight at tasallo to cmnc it present Sixty cents is the hijsheSt jid by at that A Pinckard passed our a regular tug boat of Some less than halfu rojcwatcr luidveuturcd too far into the deep current of the stream and the Marshall performed the humane tnsk of towing the fleet into a safe and siiitrj har The wandering craft were eventually ilio could but there were two consider Utions to liinder these efforts the almost cer ainty of drawn under fiy those cltiteli widelv at and the expectation they should aLt down before ep arrived When the Jropullor aetually cared tho and deliveranco seemed the ascriptions of praise and thanks l went up in loud shouts from sincere The Women in axation to The Right to vole be resisted without it Sheep in Hie Nichols onpants and opposed to the and Equality to be struggled Correspondence tf tUo Tho Womans Right Convention assembled at 10 oclock this The following were chosen officcrj Vice Onkes Smit of Brattlebt Susan of Auburnj busiacss Cbmmittep of li was Lucy Stone read the aud examined its Davis read a letter from Horace Grec lyr whicli was well received also a letter from of England and one from enclosing the a jnau or a wo Oakea wanted the numee plainly given in In the beginning of our enterprise we want till our honors and privi AWigttfc road the address of the Con rention held at Nicliola suggested that if popular elections were not proper places for women to vote special places and days might be set apart for The Business Committeo then adopted the two following resolutions Inasmuch ad munr of the institutions hand ed down to UB from the liko heirlooms are felt to be timehonored hindrances to hu man and opposed to the Divine truth winch gives light to the There That it is our duty to examine these institutions and ascertain which of them are still worthy of honor and we should seekto and which to cast tit is the right of every one holding property as a citizen of the to resist taxation till such time ag she Is ful Iv represented at tbc ballot Tlie If all was and the Convention was very orderly and Adjourned till the AFTERNOON The Convention reassembled at 2 CJtrit Smith reported the following resolu tions That the demand of woman is not for nor nor employ nor but for That tlic right of human beings to their Prom the Sandwich Tho advices arc of the 10th The Hawaiian parliament was prorouguetf on Uio 6th of that Captain Virgin M had been acknowledged Consul of Sweden and Norway at the Sandwich The Swedish bark with two fproyis Tjic Polynesian givea the following ac count somo of tho incidents and sufferings on the The passengers suffered the greatest hard put on allowance of both bread auu water five days from On the 21st of May a most fearful tragedy was enacted on A young man by tho namn of about 19 rertrs of from n German named John son through Ihe The origin of thd bloody business was a dispute about a tin of which Woolfork had two and the German In the hasty tho handle was wrenched when Weoffork drew a revolver and shot Johnson A scene of the greatest excitement The murderer voted that should be 32 against and the maindcr A judge waa appointed a jury of twelve caipnnncllcd the prisoner found guilty of and sentenced to bb hung within oue the interval between sentence the dead body of the murdered German was brought on the prepara tion and alter allowing tlio condemned man a quarter of on boar over Us ho was ran up to the yard life soon became He was then cut a fell upon his face Into the and continued to floafc until left ont of sight by the On the 25th of May water was sold at per bottle by those of the paasengera who quired less than some of 1Jth of June to the 3d of the passen gers had no There wye eleven wo men and two children on one of of whom died before reaching Son Six others died on besides the mur derer and the mutiny occurred on board the British barque Flora at Son on the 13th of Applica tion was made tp Captain of revenue cutter who sent a boatfs well on who promptly quelled the disturbance and brought of the mutineers on board the In irons The seamen on tho barque had armed them selves and commenced dcprcdutuma on tho having set the authority of tiiaofficer Hake Yourself at Old Merry was a candidate fur the officu of representative in one of the counties of tlm Old and was a man of anil had some considerable prctcnsioiu Co the eti quette of that class of the v other nvn to their own earnings and propj words he was 3 genuine lie was tuid to participate m the choice of the i not above the practice of tboso little attentions civil arc rights which belomr as the now so often stooped to by rally nrnl absolutely to woman as candidates for espcciaUy in a closo I ilUUitUQUIULVlJ ituiuwi tu 1UI UUHliUj 111 U U1U3U That wo beseech woman never j flis Billy one ttiisenfc to hold any of these great sacred of the electors of the was a plain old and hearing that his neighbor Merry Oakcs Smith advocated womans i had bccuine candidate for the right to resist We convene todisj und being of diflerent he concluded organize timeIronored Let to kill off his new born by putting which has become the Thcnnopyloe of lU to the torture of a severe Accor tomataritjn tho city after much off of steam and rill thus endeavor to turn ami rend ending of Cities have experienced much omo more in collision with railroad corapa than most anv other incorporated bad cs within their Tho natural ten for each to socurc all the business to The city of Chicago itands prominent in this nnd her difficulties cut a figure at her clcc was sunk near vliile on her way Sho was full freight d with a cargo dry he ul play and in her eitv But wo helinvc that city has established tho princi that the railroads shall stop at the out and not combine within their regular of common that of dray grocery and hotel commission and city This is the policy of all and the peo ple of Alton ask no IVo believe the position of the people of on this subject to be as Thcj do not expect the trade of or else except as gained compeJtfion Our merchants and manufacturers are fas preparing to enter into that and we give our Louis friends fair As an index of the tone of the Loui press upon this we publish tbo fol from the Onion The Altonians have since th iinud TJESPI izloro XV nnil mxd body travcUni Trunk nnd si nrf008 Eroot ctmlMlhc country inc to be ol Uic list nnd w c ilnrins that Mice there he 1Jf nttcnliim to u mtnt a ot the so lilwrallr Mtcmlal in Ijft lie aK wish tlio Mnclunc a roUNDRY AM FINISHING All of tliat cnlnwted to T iormed in tlio most euujtMltilil and Trotkuunlike wlOT for nnylWnfCin lib linmil July UGOV TVOBK OP ot ho is between and infunns tlie llii sllov Wife liiuiFclf in atlnian in nor of tbat can Ho is lunv jroUinc lip T not for lisht smJ CA11 worli to rive salisfnctinij its punitaalilyonJ at for Toothache and acstroywl mtiontthl Icart liigliest martcl price piid Jor srccn Wc luraonir nnd in tor sal iraballsondWaldrons grass tOTS FOB TO Ilmitcr Ed Kn yant e room and I AM authorized to Kll 4a or 50 lots in llnatci oOditSan to tte city ot to lufe I om also auftoriMil U Jur r ifaian not csccalins fil f Mrs VCTJIOIKC no tor ot in same TAtCAIttB Gnlranio and fluid llooOanas JBiMcre by 1IOLION 4 untr Craucrt Uic FEED oats nnd com constantly on hnnd and f Kile nt retail in quantities to Prices suit Uic may diivly OI1J Mils linseed oil 10 do lanncrs oil 111 wbalo 30 do lanl oil 5 docutor do lOJoBgiWoolMlj oraleliv mvMihr TiStUt 4 mniotion of the railroad to ha prospects of the onward progress of thci means brilliaut or commission business broken and one or tw Loss or TITE largo stnanv betwecn New Oilcans and Iha running he goods were 1 Louis Times intimates that inucli to ras evinced by the deck hands and cibiu of the by all iad a good time of The men below came out with a full quota of such as enough to do them for the season at Tho tassels to the chandeliers in the were cut smooth and appropriated by We icard it stated that the man in charge on the wreck of the was dealing out calico at one dollar for a bolt containing some thing like 30 came and the uifaild leave TbotEccl ncmissilence was obtained Osborncm u directed the men to let the wo men paw off preserve order and si lence till 1ropcller came along voincn mid cliildrea were up mil evcrv oue of that large number were ta cn on board without one into tho Tlw scenes oa tho Propeller were Danger drawl ul rei i tiea forced themselves on the and t sat down and One young i inconsolable in his agony of i UHU lost inv two said he in the could not far as we can learn on diligent the officers of tho Atlantic kept entirely away from the survivors if they make efforts to they did no oSer them either congratulations or Ac following thoughts will force thcm ves upon the H the engines had been stopped immediately alter the imirlv ill could have reached the Tho motion of tho boat through the water caused her to fill had she hcca stopped and listed before settling at the Irak might have been brought out of wa At when the boat was found to be if the no been in ublicWe to become but to remain Xichols said she was intro uccd as a monster of a politi editor nnd that we have hoped that vet are said to be running after the have legislated away our and are about siting upon them in courts of most not complain if chase after uISc So and hnd cu T cd into the and roused he passengers apprized them noans of en hoard men moiHi ot decision and tlio cmcr r who would have joined re tin the licwiUcrcil w that wcnowimaht count thetost by a bAe Merry make yourself quite and do just as you would nt said Im doing TC nwelK onlv mv shoes arc a little uncomfort so I believe Ill take cm and suit in the action to the off Mr Jferrv looked a little hot said Presently Ilodgc divested himself of his jrar as he called observing at the same 1 hope I dont intrude but it a so uncommon Not at not at said Mer to sec mv friends comfortable me time he inwardly consigned hini oved the following resat tho same time he inwardly consigned niw to a place where he would certainly loose his the rights she enervating e said a clcrjrvimin to his you should become atcototidwyou have been 18 I agree to Ul up itcrprising citizens wno nau cans in eOort to build up aforVrardin 8 you must look at your cir iimstaucra Verrv but con von tell ae how the streets f Jerusalem were kept so 511U ffect of tho wrongs to which she Smith a letter of sympa lie did not be noition wciuld have hust cuaweu m 10 ut Cer it would have exalted them as the Saviors m irer to Heaven before her Rivc her a fair ind criticise her Stanton was got adverting the refusal to pay Brigham said this movement iro to brin tlio speaking into PGcrrit Smith cited the scripture case of but he said be should Ion c brv hinx to be slain by Luerctia who easti U nj fv j Our telegraphic column cojitains sonic jdings of Jersey county The Pcui cratie Convention resulted in of Knapp a prominent and promising oung who has acted for the last vcral sessions of the legislature as private Secretary to His competitor was an old resident of the n good and a most worth Our only regret that both could not be We sec no notice taken of tlio candidate for But we learn that our old is tlie Democratic candi date for that in opposition to tho old lino who have held that office for rears as a sort of heirloom or birth Burd was formerly Probate Judge of Jersey and also has long acted as School in which of fices ho gave the best Ho is a very strong and we conEdently look for his T cant tell you it was just because everyone kept his own door The Tirinia International Improve ment assembled at Tiassed resolutions recommending to Sinia Se prosieution and early completion of the Public Works of the friend says ho would not sleep the ic present yci and acknowledge profess to bo moral Ctinsliim a host of witnesses to support ourstal if anybody to committed suicide at last by taking pnissie Illsuceess in lus profession j tho cd six iuu No serious damage was JThero arc in the United States eighty one women holding office of thirtyone of whom ore in Some of these af o important Tbo now at tho bottom o Lake is to bo sold at Auction ui JSuffis lo oa tbe 26th of Orders have been KorMi to put in commission the iron steamer Ale She is destined to explore Chin God made iw women work heblottcdout tilflle is blotted vith stepped to one cud of md quietly divested himself of his bserving at the that he most allcrs ook off nis breeches when he was about the AT in warm The first hint Merry had ot the vas old Uillv walking by fanning nim clf with thJ ot his faamo hich sent at apart of lus way throwing his coat and imp JACKET after The next day the editor of the country paper got i letter do clarin his withdrawal from tho canvas by and to this day his brow la un shaded bv the civic and his deals unsinvbj the bards of his The above is founded on and tho parties are living to this If it iny we leave you to find u Out and ap Vosr OFFICE lett er passed throuh the Post a few days di the Ordererters aslnng Another about the same started in pursuit of Jerrey Miro some whore down in And still anoth er for a man resident in the State of cw We are also authorized to request ladv in Wisconsin o look out fur a as there wis one directed to her several days No torni having been she is at large in that small bv a Professor at Paris A gentleman No torni having be idn made bis in which he provided prstimod to be a citizen a hiiivifo shortlv to be should i it j f ttn o nppe The Professor inquired how the to be according to the wish of the He cdlcd up one and oporifics ever existed but It is estimated tint tho cotton crop of present year will reach South Carolina and the Tloriilapa illar complain of the ravages of n the cotton Thomas of nd three were drowned in the ca il last near that rnal states that men of an address that we have ever seen This wants too go too Pat O he oscrt to Ivvc in VTcnstfield but heae after being aarii to Southwicnowbuthowilllicin weast Seld nisricrire fur after a Jab an hec mil Pay for not being biiised by a Prot the came Sty lie was hurt a sold last Of course tnc air vu Totcdhr laden with these luxnrious their sense of ami jt beim biiised by a knowledge ot rllshcd mto others and were melted to This seems to havo in a ten fold his love for and after carrving his wife baft to her jn TSuttUov HOC oein j the and not acenstomcd to expect fra jfwcrc Io Iranco in an ctpress ested against that The onlv point to bo settled whether he rcnts id tbat he ivonld go to Troy and mail fashionable or the railway estimate of tlio perfumes is the correct aiettjcr be hid written but it appears jJ0 to the determination on the way to terca their names nt the hotel latelv dcceasecl iW   

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