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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - October 1, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                ALTONrlLLINQISfgRIDAY MORNING OCTQBER 1852 THE Ift CLtaJtOXD rTBEY EXCTFT fi K i Tumi Weeklr Of iDriETISX J BOOK AND JOB t in vtUi w H01GLAV TJISE WHOLESALE ASI BETAIL of State nnd Short dealers in and Hiimislitog WI TCnSVER i CO FEOKU in and Saddlersand Shoemakers CWMOCC DIMMOCK 4 AiHOtESAtE DEAEEBS IN BOOTS AXD SouUiEide AlUm B rorma rMPOBTEES ASD Drains L descriptions ot Foreign nnd American Hanlimre Alton 111 AXD ItEIUL dealers in fcbool miscellaneous and blank wall musical looTtin and fancy Seconds and Levee Alton Dr ILEUS IX CLOTH ISft BOOTS i HATS t AXB Atai Cbmutissioaand 3IAKK P1EIISON OWE PEICE CASH STORE IS t AXD fOMMTSSIOX AXD FOJlWAUDtxa 31EKCUASK and RYRIE fc WK9LESALE AND FOUWARDDCC AKIl COMMISSION MEKCUASTS SHOAOLAN X PRY BOOTS AXD glatcBt AUoiu WniritE t LESALE A3OJ HETAIL dealers in limits dry and lamiljgro fHTics comer State and ATTOnSEY AJil OOtlNSEttOarAT LillV e over Eovmaa Jonnsuns stare near tke corner of J5ETII A TTOEXBT ASI CODXSEKIIl AT and Zfotarr and Comnussinner for the IMtsaoan for taking on ATTOHXEY ASD OOUSSEMn AI ASD KOIAEY on ATTOIWE1AKB COnSSEWR AT1AAV Hacottpm eotintj GOODRICH AT ATIOKSEV ASD COBNSEMB AT ASB JUSUCE OE HIE PEACH IU CHESTXOT Sc ATIOESEYS AXDfCCICSSEWKS A3 uinn JJATHJ HEXRY AND COUNSELORS AT TUB STATE OF ILLINOIS Office oo ATTORNEY AT LAW OUre oao doarfnnn EU 3f1 BAVIS k EDWARDS AT LAW ASD AGENTS Office on ATTOKSEY AXD COUXSELORAT AND JUSTICE OF T1IE PEACE Attorney ikmv OFFICE on nearly t teran Church may 31 SHERMAN EOBOSEK OF MADISON AXD JDS TICE OE of State and up Alton niinqis NOT Bhsois Office at Jt A TTOrWET at jmictHxn in Missouri and II office 73 Pine ATTOIIXET OBlco on Altuil liESEKAL LAND Jfficc over Uie Btore of Wiiteil himself in liis scniccs to be ciiuens iif tiiacvmniuuityOffice over Ji Jlctcalfa Book jirofcsaional wrvicca io the citizens JL ofAJton nnd 3Ie inay lefound at the of Bony Second and HOMCEOPATHYi ol College of J would inform ilio alizais of that lie has located here pcnnanpnt and woald offer hid prufcssional scmccs to tbo cit izens tlic Iliicc and jwafcssionaHy he may be onnil at his ou one door eaat of the ISAAC m rtnjile iind dij hats i oil anJ furnwliing LESCJIE k AND in VV yilA Ira perfumery jiatellt window and try thing in their I iiic of tiasiiKS BAttKY fc WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DEALERS lj Patent uirnerol Sec Ml ond and DEBOW le j dotbinft Ixpots and iJ Commission and Uor TFardins Merchants TIHE tiike jjlcasure in informing tlit A Jiuljlic tlmt after a pmctice nC 17 vcow in the Unileil isijnirm and three in and prepared to praeljce in the above iirofefi Horns iluUieJ and aUNRY Office on at the residence of Alton Personal The Telegraph serves up a 20 jesipr days under this moth the 3cnus be pitches into tio Deputation m a iniuincr unusually fo and seeks to or csce his politi cal namedj inTieaping oliliqa and reproach upon the little giant Jt head jmd front of said httlc fending seems to thai in his recent speech es against and present Whig princi he has uttered many hard and we has revealed some biting scrap and has concocted apo litical soup that is entirely too strong am peppery for the gastronomic operations o unusually sensitn e We e only a word to suy in repb is Wo dare that Senate in his lato political hi not said holt as nor in de tractive ag nust iko personal and mor al cniunetcr of or nny othe as these tiro political papers in the1 have alledgedagainsthim Neitht of these papers hare produced expres ston from Senator tosuitain their and proie him a tnducer of the character of in a private relation The public acts of Scott nrapnblic pro and ijfl have a right to dis cuss them fully and simply that the Republican and its the dtred Judge without offering the least Ho is to visit this ere and this intention to fore stall and prejudice the public seems very But Senator whili re admit his relationship to common frai a andintellect far above the reach of their headless aac that puts to scorn all such attempts to tle him down the whis AVe observe that our young and tal ented fricndj Ju3ge WEEK of is i candidatefor ProKCCuting Altorncyfpr the irst judicial circuit Judge WEEK is one of the most talentct and promising young men of which our can boast As a he is well qualified for the station he seeks is and very forcible Uis stern and un compromising advocacy of democratic prin has endeared him to the democracy of old and the whole people have pcat confidence in his honesty and Gos new hinco of their immense fall his are now opening IF readers wish to sec goods that are very they in to the old cor arc so well and to this that my puffing is entirely and we with Buyers from the coantiy very call on to purchase heir extensive trade is the best of nnd Blank Dook tiuoltcon Chestnut 2Tiasa en in Foreign doinertic CtonatantJr on band tbing m the the best assortment of Pure Foreign AAtman in thia Oaab paid all kinds of Country dffl HEWIT fc ASJ JlETAni BaUcis in Diy W ReadyMade Comer of toxont ana JAMES DAGUEBKKAX is over 3i DOSWBU BOSAVELL t 4 ORNAJIEXTAt fTIHEY will pay particular attention to the pain X ing of alt kinds wood and inorble jnutfltion GltuTingv 1apcr Wall done in the Shop in TnlnUjuIl Browns on over Ucnrvs May itivcs of Glass Earthen in Jlessrs Havens ore now receiving a large and complete tack ot their for tile fall and winter Havens lias just returned from the wherchehaspersonally superintend edthe selecting of every a penny mug to tlic costlj is demanded by the They trill and with any house in the bear this iti Kcmembcr the new Crockery on Third 1ATII WATCH A25D State BDCKMASTER t All at B1CII warrant to be Kpiai in i and to anything of the 1 t I AM now nronnnsil to to the lornnrfilig of pacings of cvciy to H AVISO recently rental ami illcd up tic larm Btore rorm one door e Knlr 4 Ballcjifrer I B now prepMcd ta receive on roerchindiiie yrodnceof Uicmofit renson jun andinodnceoz COJQIISEIOX TOBWAUDKO Front TI1E subscriber hjmug nlore Fonrurdinz mer jinflwaigiveliifi ppramol aUention to the Mll in2 or f orwardmE of projnca or mereuan V tio Alton 4 or upon any of the Bteurn DoaU imting at this eiargM will be H ample room for the Etoragc and Eale crerr description ot produce and I am prepared to purehaso or sell the on the most lioeral Mm tdirrU V1 MM Central AL10S MACHIHE SHOP AUTD Jfc VXTOOLD take this opportunity fo inTonn his W the fanning commnnitr in gcn Iras made the necessary mrangcmmU the to omtinne the un ites Uieiectnt ejlcunon of Ilicir of the cele PATENT HOItSE POSTER AXD Long been conceded to the lust 3IACHINE in for asxd CtleaiiiBe Although ItftVins suHercd tewrely fire few mootlis beadca tho enfare stock of the Etwk for thciraliscriber iatcs being a Weto slate io ftienfa apd tbit bcBaarebnilt procured atutoWe material toconstmci os s friends last ftnft raannlactnnd anil cold during inat Sfteea imndred of theM ie b peraonal the to AB mta flat per ionned ia cubstautiml and HODSE ASO MtT ifeiw THE direniiig loose nest cast loinlng the reodcnce of praent oocnpiri ly on Becond itulie Baptist TermJ Jind time pvcnonEreaUTpnrtof thejnrcliase TAVERN in OirininllCtfo V M Herciiant Tailor and si id HltnoLs mtly hand a good and well rf stock of CUsmiJeros and wtiicb lie will to tfrder in tlic very best man and with a good assortment of GentlcmcDa FumisUing of ercry AND TRUNK 3IANUFAC At his bW stand un Second kcccpe Iconstjmtlyonhnnd a good of ludlts andgentlemen late gift and harness of all druy and cart Ordera from promptly RtTIIf DEALER in iJagucrreotyno pin Allan Instnictioos given tho ArtjWith all tbe late MLLL ianons Bang connected with the Piaea ennWes hun Uidoworfc on Ute most farontljle term and he will undertake to furaijh and complete mills of any dcscripUon by contract or oth and guaranty them to be oquol to any in this Satisfactory rcfcrchcea given if PJASA JOHN CoasEn IIASA FOURTH OTPOSTTE HAIUIOAD THE Fnbscrihcr having leaeod the above BfirIJ for a torn iairefitinjr and jfijjy furnishing and condoedng it in juch a mannct thfttthc most fastidious cannbt Jtail to ba the table bcinalways FuppHcdirith the Iwst the market affurds and attentive wait clean rooms and This HmJse ia inapleuant andhealtby of the city nnd opo sitfl the Attached to is a good stable where best ofoataaad hny and ftttentivo hostlers may be Carriapca and Baggage wagons to convey Tjassen gers and to or from the Utoatd or Care free of The subscriber trusts by proper attention to business to toerit and receive ehare of pablicpfl may2Udw3 JOUX AMOS THE undersigned respectfully tendew his grateful tlippfcg lo the the pub lic in for the liberal patronage to the above well known and long established cr dnce it has been nnaer hia He also begs services of kmmn Ibmiffhout the State aa an and wiU assist in the general snperintendcnee of the bosncssj and hopes that their joint and onremiUinB cndeavon u cmtn tire satufaotion to aU those who may wish for dean and comfortable and the best fare the coun will honorOie Alton Home with ImaySSdwlyj SU16 A HAVING height cratTatta A in the above would respectfully infonn thcdtiicnsof Alton IUMI thai hois prrpaml to famish Funerals on M Bcoommodftting toms u any honec in the bod long experience the Has eeosiBnUy en bwia cotSns of all rinfy dnoadfi in fhlngs fa He is tOBMcrtalce exo 1 i and Carnages hand at SHIELDS arrived by steamboat lost On learning of the Democrat ic he repaired immediately to Concert Hallj ond delnrered a rcrj interest ing lie remains ih toirn a short TSOCDLE is TOE The Chicago Whig papers are getting up quite a genteel family The Advertiser declares that the brawling course of certain papers and politicians in that only brings reproach and disgrace upon thcpar That paper also states tbat the course pursued by the small fry at the meetings of tha Scott Is injurious j that in of discussing matters of prin and that aro important to the pub these orators expend their talent in magnifying the glory of military ami in commenting upon the weakness of some mens nen To the other Whig pa pers call tills reinonstrator a dissatisfied old blaetgnard j that all are doing their very ut and inking the most proper to ensure the success of the everlasting Whig principles Father of the is a good deal nearer right than the others aro dis posed to we have no ju risdiction in following letterr rccolvcd ft few davs vros accidcntolljmisled JACKSOXI EDITOR CtJrniiER Trccts of nlmost uiictttinpfed dry usbercd inTiyaieoIh Tinadultcrated It fojtunatclj amred suiEcientlj lnte m the neck to permit tho f over of politics to assume a state of r TheOIorgan Circuit Court is in full with an unusual amount of Two candidates for seats in jour strong house at were duly The accompli ment of horsesteiUng complctelj settled the tliey confessed the soft im peachment of cattle larcen and some the staples of legal consumption through tlio week The bar at Jacltsom ille seems to be thinmng out in MUBRAY Judge and PAVID jet re main of the old itmilfittS though seicral jonug gentlemen have located ho bid fair to ruol the excellencies of those now On Monday theDemocrutic candid uc for Congress an made a sudden diversion from Carlinville this for tho pdrpose hi oppo nent at his own where the canvass nas expected to CAL JIQUS opened the ball with on elaborate in which he discussed at length aud with his wonted the measures of poliu now dit iding the two great parties or the coun VCtcr complinidntiug ho at tacked the Whig doctrine of specific as declared in their pi itform of the present year Ho exhibited tho unequal operations of the system its tendency to build up the manufacturing few at the expense of the ag ricultural as also its ubburd policy of taxing cheap and costlj article uhkf He SECOND Tha attendance this morning was The ComentionjVros called to order n the a Gage JIanltus then read a vmttea ad dress j f v 4 Jones said theyshpuld take their rights and not and men not be She wanted rights men most umvillmcto Shewanted to rote and be YOtcu Suppose most women dont want to is that anv argu mciit for refusing suffnge to thdso who do Lydia of thought co rnea might vote j the law forbade it Jones said the election would be r Letters were also from Andrews and Gamstinj irbo said that men con ducted politics If women resolv ed to take ho don t treat as mentreat EbzabcUi Jones wanted to act oh Gcmt i should be more Lucy Stone did not care cleats she liked this must carryon Be loyal to w6men Yorfcand i chart of a but patronise female en Men will shut us out from aVoca Some printers in a Massachusetts of compeUed their employer to turn off fe male Harriot Ilunt was sus pended Harvard when she wanted to study medicine after her fees were paid AYe cant toko rights they mut be struggled for first Antionerte thank brit she cannot be ordain Adjourned at tw eh c till the after Clementine Nichols defined her political She vrns support LJicrcc and nor was she a had a husband who sust uned m advo cating TTomens rights She cirncstly insist ed thatwomdn should have an shire in property rights W hich is bc Children a wcmin ortlic bread cat1 Abb Price said the cluuxh hid prescribed md restricted women Ihe friend hud irmo nearest tho Woraonl not rtprcaented in tho ectlctniisticul the Son of God afresh in his fol Ihcchurelineedsa varied inmibtry llteoiutions were parsed favoring femal needs teachers of her own the and and also an altera need tho influence of each other Imightltion m the marriage laws Horace 3Iann nee o inu by his ow man becomes told addresses were scattered Curthei placed the Democratic p trtj right up on the subject of Internal Impro rhj the that the claim of the tt higs to be the espeual friends of Western Improvements was an ground ess Every here struck byhim with tremendous force on the bead of This gentleman clauns to be tlie author of the appropriation to the passed by Congrcssi In fact this is his proftfssdd capital CAL tha wind out of hit sails b dia closing that this appropriation was asscd by the Sen through the agency of our after its rejection in tho Che Homestead SCOTTS peculiar views on the subject of and other topics were fully Hisj speech was an eloquent and forcible political j It evidently set his audience j to j YATESJ reply certainly disappointed j hosewbohud never heard him before It She would have thVsexes as at Trig Connect taitj Ifew Ohio and AITERNOON T A letter was read from Joseph Oakcs Smith reported Antoinette Browns resolutions Juhus said Bngham hud bee thrust through by thefgreatest convention and was turned to tho greatest woman whoVith hammer in ono hand had transfixed him entirely to tlte con everyone in tlieauaience night Brigbatn cateSiri killed bnt much He himself might L also Women have equal powe over their earnings and their husbdnus have over drunken husbands If they whipped them they would serve them righc Hd made certain personal The President Loped the gentlemeiT woal not retail rondy conversations in his uart o the said women contended wit horses they must expect to be troj THG President hoped the woul prescn e dignit if the speaker did SirHatch eulogized feminine Ho hoped Heaven wuald keep oS tho tim when tfee rights ddctrino would tn would be nceesaary before a report could b The President interrupted him for a lac A man said a minuter of the b ivas to speak Mr Hatch wanted to siu but tli President silenced him He left the sfr President regrettedhis manners woul not be In the course of the some of t speakers rejected tho authouty of the Strip and held that it was Scriptures were or were not 11 or of Mrs Rose antl others sneered at all Chns tian sects as well as the Browns resolutions tferc finally on the The President said Bible discussions wer not altogether resolved to hold the nest raeetin ErENIXG The subject of anew with E Hkcs Smith 15 wis md apathetic women is pirati cal usurpation Would sustain the gallons insightof children or fathcrj Inulina Davis said The fall of man inverted las There was a de rangement poucr and proper Thcscr Lucy Stone appealed touchinjjly and elo quentlv to tho audience not to live un aiui less to learn selfhelp to mind not nd or or did no emulate the womanliood of checks languishing and garmets that draggl in the Dont think the cen rant of goodness in evcmvncre drainnd all the waters From marriage our women arc 5I5 1S not a F Don1 vus evasive and Kvcn his ricnds felt compcHed to for y own that CAUIOVX him into the YATES startled every one announying liinsclf as a uoparty You will cmwiibcr tlmt tJjis is DO longer the Ho is certainly the pet of hLs iarty as they provo by theit vocifcr ius applause of everything he In fact Ley took the court room by A look Ton might suppose that not aLocofoco es sted jn the On tho succeeding of ItS IrllL tt UU1V11 ilVU f presented in a scries of dissolving jlct Earnstoino Koso One of thesis hare opposition from tbe Load people and strives Tour growing thoughts with the iron shir against Women is enslaved from by bigots dragged from some Jndean grave the cradle to the Load IclielduompariS not withthat of The President then the Jissem vhpse Hfo is Man ly find th f oUmving in the Boston ft pa ile to ivonmus happiness as woman is to LucretinMott said Philosophers said the French llevolution oE 1789 was a failure and the accredited organ of IVeb cause woman was French w oj ster men are dissatisfied Flatj nEALra is tcry is given to YI oman instead of She refreshing breezes the ocean have ill did not believe m keeping 1 readv had an improvingeffuct upon am Adjourned till the j his catarrh is He finds time t EVEMXO SESSION superintend the of his great t ThclJall was j fisfi a shoot besides attendin t Ilarriet Hunt said the Shakers are converts of the State Department whicl sorrows had dm en voinen I belongs to his A fewwecks m Marsh Lucy Stone read a commnnicatiou from jicM restore him to and the Brigham spoke on the subject of rage for Harriet Hunt asked nliat they rronld do with cnmarried and forcible His MISSOURI LEOISIATCRS body has adjourncdj according to the Louis after a yery brief accomplisbiiig mate tiel good to the The time was mostly spent in political contests for elections of Legislative and in railroad squab Ko has been in regard to the Pacific railroadj and the main objects anticipated being re main for future steamer Shipper pas sed down with two large folly Tbe Shipper experienced much difficulty in getting She brings freight for and oth er o are pained to learn the death of ho venerable Bishop of the Protest ant Episcopal which took place at bia near Jubilee College on the 30th Bishop CHASE one of the most remark able men of his and his long and useful labors have done much to promote education and religion in tho The deceased was the Senior Bishop of his in the United and attained Ms 77th i We learn that Hutnaos of HATCH of Pike been nominated by tho Whigs of the DifitridTcomposed these two as their candidates for the lower Muse of the I acnt of this uitjl has removed from Peunsyl to with the intention of practising his profession I Brigham said they Must submit like 0 i the unfortunate of the other If oired by tha same very manifest signs ot could not fill their proper plages take lower Lispleasure from On the ollowing the Vhig candidate for Senator in this niade an effort with a view to his to do him was a muchbet er speech than that of lie was ollowed by of who made one of those sonlstirring efforts f that always It had a irising The crowing of the wag no longer Erery cmcnatiou rom their tlirffalswas in bo enthusiastic that rose from tbe democracy A complete revolution ook place in the political complexion of tho You would hardly suppose a be in You will hear Koyembcr nesty good tidings from Her Democracy are deter mined to carry tv and I believe theyll do SCOTT Cion 1 heard moth concerning that Scott Whit can be the matter Where are all those Jadmircrs of Chcpultcpec and cocked hats Greely the Whigs have got to wake or they are fgonc gosslings w So blow the horn sound the firo in the rear do anything to set up the and get to We ccrtiinly regret this dullness of the We have expected to hear of that Scott Cluhs long ere and have been on hand to Fact items arc rather and these doings wo uldservc a capital the Whigs will fire hope Kepublican copies an article from the that Scott received f or his the Duke of thirteen mil lions and n A similar comparison might bo instituted in between the compensation of the President of the United and that of the Queen but think it would result in satisfying the people that the Presidents salary should bo increased for Scotts Louis Be in tho Lowell Police Kelton liquor case being a witness was asked if had ever seen any liquor the than pncc Who didyoa see drink it J Who gave yoil the liquor 1 A friend of Who placed it on the bar There was no The bottle taken out of his pocket Where did the liquor come from Dont ever drink in any other yart of the building Who with Mr What did you drink 1 drank his health Great You can The London Times has a leader in ror of grants to both the and line of thus throning open the cfiampion shipsof the At lantic to free itoinette Brown took up the Bible argu She argued that Paul did not forbid Palmitii had preached the risen Sav iour fifteen A preacher hid told her that woman was She referred to it in her next Arib taken from man iras formed into and was ac cepted as bone of his bone and flesh of his If ono rib was so wicked what a mass of wickedness the whole man rnmst Convulsion of Antor She TVomnn had propheeied and tauht in public from the earliest Bible Rose did not like Bible Boston harbor was a tea the Bible might have been quoted for ritish Let principles stand or fall on their own Lydm Jenkins made an etoqdent appeal declaring that tyranny seeks to hamper the THIRD A letter was road f of Koch Fowler read a minute on Theo logical Susan Anthony offered resolutions com mending journals edited by Jones cxcepted Swisshchns it not being for Womens Hammond wanted the Convention to dis countenance theWhigs nnd tbe free Demo nnd to support the liberty partys nom ination of GoodeU for In the course of tie morning a resolution nas handed in urging the Comention to de clare for Tho President moved to Antoniette Brown took tho snnd m tcrial style and oflered up Harriet Hunt presented resolutions advo cating female physicians and castigating ed itors for publishing demoralizing advertisej The question was taken up on tho subject of Letters were read from Angelina Weld ia opposition and Oakes in favor of the Harriet Hunt said Were organized by unreal true organ CInrinda Nichols said was bringing fragments She hopedihey felt union artificial Paulina Davis said bondage pre vented the moral growth of Oakes said the Jesuits are examples of extreme With them it is so prolific of not be come equally efficient for good Lucy Stone was hostile to separate schools for Tho proposition was eventually because it was like mens So the as willlje called by tho Central Antoinette resolutions on female We SCS it stated in various quarters tha j Webster Contemplates publishing an ad dress to his advising them as to th course which they to and urg ing them to rcfriiih from using his name n connection with tho Thcsi statements are put forth by editors of Scot who opposed Web sters interests at Baltimore on grounds o private and afterwards exulted in the result of tho of the Jlr Webster has written no letter upon tho sub ject of tho Presidential n6i will he do so in a few His friends hate not solicited his advice as to how they shcmh vote in Kovembcr and as they have he will hardly volunteer All speculation and threats on tho part of Websters en nreuscless j cannot break his si The same paper thus cuts into another Whig Vermont paper The Free thaprinci pal Scott Mower3 after nmcl clamor about Whig threatens to annihilate tho Secretary if he does not go for Scott and Will this stickler for principles publish ths Whig platform of and contirfnid it to his readers That way ones for Whig am not by empty and rude statements in relation to those who prefer is thr embodiment of Whig a candi date for the preachers were called Thomas Clintoct hoped it would not because it was based on extraordinary Miss Brown said it ought to pass as many based their faith on She also claim ed that the Biblo was in favor of womans She asked does tho convention dis card or accept the Mott said each had theirprirate opin to which they had a right equal to cler She said that question nadnot been eforo tho Clarinda said belonged to the Baptist and based her womansrights sentiments on the Rock of Ernestine Eose claimed perfect and would not infringe on any ones What Antoinette Brown thought from the she regarded as an interpretation from Miss Shelerself rejected tho inter pretation of Doth Her remarks were tin the Delegates were present during the Horn the arrival of this noble ship at Francis in one days from eariset rejoicing in the city We aroglad of it not only on account of the many passen gers onboard the but for the sake oi our insurance offices would have been severe loser in the event of her The Staffordshire more than realized the ex pectations of her friends in her passage tful she has beaten every ship that loft the At lantic this among tliein some fine The date of her arrival is not giv but she must have arrived about the loth The report of the arrital out of the Staf fordshireivas received in this city by tele Soinedoubtshav from Ncvr Soinedoub rng been entertained ofits correctn we reply about Staffordshire it comes from our otrfl Txnv days a hen belonging to a farmer near Loyelacevilje in Ballara laid an upon which is inscribsd in raised letcrs following words President of the United Slates in We do not pretend to aeeoant for this sin gular and do not ask any one to bdieve any strongsr in the result thauTie fore the prediction that the fact is as we state there can be no kind of Three men of unimpeachable verac and several pious and eminently truth ful are ready to bear testimony as arc informed to the truth of the Alas for when tho chicken the emblems of the arc going it for and even the old hens ore bearing testimony of his triumph old hen is a well as conld be expected under the Texas agent of the American Sunday School in the Bourse of his travelsin that extensive field of con versed with a a lady twcntyfivoyears of and raised within thirty miles of who had never heard a sermon She as might have been tho utmost the whole si 1 iow the preacher Important from hundred svt peeled persons in ojfvnUi America the vmtec States forbidden to Kr tha from weJiaroreceivedfmtheradviceafromHavr a ery interesting An editorial in the Diario de Id accuses the parser of the Grcsccn having spread false reports astoth stale bf feeling laJIavaniij and the numbe of arrests at the time that the steamer left o her last trip to New This is probabl he iras not permitted to go o A correspondent of tbe Diario from New Yurie who signs himself Peter Hicks mentions that Mrs Smith had given thesore ports to ireprcsmne nothing than summary of news furnished t tbe reporters by tho pursers of tha difieren steamships and calls upon the citizens to re ieiehtuiuia proper Ihe pipers announce the on the of who wan considered one of the most bnllian laivjiri on the island and derated attached to the cause of the nppears now to be beyond all doubt tha was to bay mthe Tuelta del some time m the month of Au ft seems now to be well anderstoo that thiswas defeated by tho measures of th in consequence of the plans o the Creole party being divulged to tho GOT eminent by the Chapotynay PatiB Thex expected to rise and hold out throng the until succcored from the Umtec States The editorial m this mommas i of coursca Government mits that disatTection does exist in the Island that arrests have been mado and that some o the parties are strongly inspected of harbor designs inucal to the Youwoult suppose that the arrests Itisagros attempt to deceive parties 1 gpca what I know when I venture to state tha there ure Confined afc this Rea the Fort the Caban and the Jloro upward of f onr bun dred including fourteen females 1 as ure you this number is not exaggerated I am assumed that it is even under 1 do not give bccans it itii UBeiJt to in this age of civ that a government with such an immense force at their and feeling se cure in woald resort to thecrue means of extorting cenfcssions from the BUS which arc attributed to the subordi nates in the interior of these the officials who have been sent out to hun up 1dono deny for a moment the right or theauthorities to search out tho 01 any conspiracy against or to use thci iest prevent loss of this Is and to external orinterna But the practices accuses them belong to an age of I had hoped would never again be sup posed possibleina Christian I wil iotjrive you the current details of their at Thev are not inferior to thoseper pctrated by OlDonnel Day before yesterday about thirty prisoner were seen to stop at the commissarys oflice Among them iras a voung officer of the rank of dressed in fuR withsev orders on his but with his arm tied behind his back with strong The Captain General has written to Spain Tor He does not know what to do the It costs money tc inaintaiii and to send them to Spain or to shoot them would make matters worse in the acknowledged state of public feeling all over the In tbe Govemmen s at its wits and does not know wha o am told that a specia rnard of twelve of police has been de ccivcd at the office from the Captai prohibiting tho admission into th sland of newspapers from the1JnitC There are four large bags by thu Crescent City now lock and lam atjo informed that the purser of the shin has not been permitted to come ashore Ihe eiGovernor of San Christoval and the Usessor of Pinor del are on their way o under arrest on suspicion of con It appears that the Government have just earned that about six weeks ago an Ameri can schooner arrived at Cayo on thi outh coast of tho and pilt on boarf a small Cnban schooner a great number oi supposed to which vcre disembarked at agivcu point on where they were received by a man named who had them conveyed on ox carts to an estate which he told the drivers iclongcd to a Diaz The cart men were of course ignorant of the contents Df the but most of them having since acknowledged that about the line stated they had employed to cart acon iderable number of the contents being 6 them it had falsely told them hat the property they had left the box es belonged to because their ex iminatiim they described the place as low crcl whilst the estate of Alvarez is yen hilly and altogether in another diree It is qmtd evident that the men had jurposely rtaut now fear that so much timo having the have been dis nrhed among tho AlthOucanotlfing was discovered on the property of Alva is under arrest in the Cruces as as yet evaded the vigilance of the The forts are full of and the state f insecurity is snch that no man retires for he night certain that before daylight he may recarried from his house and lodged in one f the The excitement here is intense at so great is tho fear of these unhappy peo as a single word of theirs leir arrost and punishment that it is onlyto ried they venture to express their opes that the disaffection begun at SanCris oval may result in their aro Indians in the nitcil States Territories west of the Missis Among them afe laboring opb hnndred ordained besides and lOjOOO Indians are four Baptists j Canada have increased from to Tho increas of the Romaa Catholic opulation during the last ton appears y tho census to have been The crew of the Independence at Uew ork are to bo paid each in in Lead of a land warrant for their services in 16 late war with Mexico A duel topVnlace last eok between Emile fonhbrly member of and on of an old State It came off car Sew They fired one shot each then mado Machinery has reached a great state We saw some burnt peas ut into a hopper of a coffee mill tie other ayf and in Uss than two minutes it was oc npviiig a place in a grocery labeled Ofi Government A Turkish loan for a sum equal to bout has just been offered in oris first Turkey has ever A having a friend hung in wrote to his inform ng that after addressing a largemeet of the scaffold onwhich he stood to which he fell and broke s joot sugar figures on the tables an tha French It is very ut not so concentrated in sweetness as tho Gettiagr a Snbscrihfejv j Tired and from a longdays covered with sauoy roatl to wet one rest onr bones and nave a chafe with the Onrourpartihowevfciv there waSadispoaition to talk leasand doze by intuition f and soon left as the soft lalBcnies of Natures sweet re iow long we slept we neednt andr oar readers jneedirt It wasnt for load talking in the Squires fice soon aroused and we to coo venation bignhr interesting to It seems that Joacum Old Joe a ctosensted neighbor of tho Squires had colled in to talk about the anil matters and things in said do yoa know wneiB a fellow can boy a right smart chance of a nigger those I dont knoyi at this There a sale in townlast week of some six or eight atono There fesf And Igpt a right likely negro for My word for I wouldt take a thousand dollars for neTerheanl aworo of Who told Sqnirc f yotf know take the I star the and aa I bad to go to town uny I went on the day of the dunk5 ing perhaps I might hit a I Ihavo goitolurrett You see I have pnt in more than nave hands to Wholl got a b and to tore any wheres about Yourtoo hard for me TTncIe Joe hiring iseason js About a aoo all the negroes belongingto the estatd of were one at auction and I nm told went very Sqmrc if I hardly know I saw it advertised incur and I supposed everybody tobfe I didnt know yon wanted to Did you know I sold my tract of land Who to a fellow from It was the day before yesterday and I got tbe yallar boys cash six dollars per that He came across our pa per in Old Alabama he liked tte descrip tion of the country siw my wcebii of an ad and came to see abont We struck atrade in no Jerusalem 11 And here I have been ing to sell a tract of land for the last two and conldnt get av dollar and a half atf Ifs better land than yonVu and you knDjr it what tis and it cant bo bntlrecon Ive beat barrel you on I last tjrd of sogarot 7 when everybody else had fo give 9 Beat that eh V With all Bnele at 6 No dont believe Sow say where At the house of I got a rare bar see they advertisedin tho paper iat they were selling off at I knew groceries woiildgij quiofcr so I went in aitH Sought ayeart Their groceries were an sold before I didrft pay the moaer for they took my Land Warrant at per Squire that cant for my Lawyer told me that it wasnt Ifigal to sell my and eVery some time agobut the news came lately in tbe paper tliat Congress had made them tisut fair its rascally Whatrigat rail these editors to get all the news and teep it to themselves uncle you misanaerstana Editors and printess labor nigbt and to gather the news and give it to the nstruct their rcadertHto inform them or all the improvements of the ameliorate the condition of Their paper goes recommending our and tbe country to interesting and intelligent they labor thns for nothjng Should they notbepaid Is there a man who is not efitted by a paper Is not every subscribe repaid fourfold for the pittance of 52 bis subscription price Stop Squire 1 stop right there Im going to ike the Ill take sis and send some icktoniykinfolksin You need not go so far as the editor right in the other Hero the parties rushed in upon where we were accting out most admirably a persons ast It is for ns to that vfter an 3ulic was entered upon onr book as a in Attd vhen tha parties alluded to shall read fe hope they will pardon us for givincto tha mblic facts nrged ny the us so effectually in GErraOji Texas Items and lost suspension of basiness during lie progress of the funeral ceremonies of thtf oersons who were killed on the steamer Reiny T Tho Cincinnati City Council nas aoprqprf Jted tho sain of five hundred dollars for lie vidow of Joseph the Policeman murdered while in discharge of his ntaa Who was burt by A burst of pplatfss is recovering and the individual injured by the accidental discharge f his duty is still veiy Washinjrton Republic says that ibout four hundred land warrants of the dif erent denominations are issuod dailytfrom hePeneion V So weaithy is tire city of its prppertv divided between ev ry woman and child in the each would have upwards of popa ation is Jsew York Mirror vtt some of the steamboat men of tbat city et np a mammoth steamer to run on tha painted bo called tha e attempt was mado to tire tlie stcam r Isaac Newton lost week in Hudson fee same tho New World caught fire but it was extinguished ma erial the in Calif in Feb ruary of 500 army from At antic there bare been 101 desertions This was jashepla ed in his sons belt two bowic knives and air of Ahvays be prcpnrctl e admonition ot a Missouri LAW riday police officer Underwood felt mpelled bv his sense of duty to wait oofc go go ont peep and enerally at the of n South Water used to have he reputation of dispensing a little cxhil ration to tnose who demanded made bis shop imniedi te anxiety to tbe indefatigable We ore sorry to say that while Underwood as pursuing these praiseworthy and honor He a tnVof exceedingly dirty rater was emptied from an upper story of tho upon tha sacred person r the fragrance or Tthich would not tand not the smallest chance of competing ith Farina tTnderivbotl ewea jon the bvstanders to notice Bus gross ult upon the and spfaras a could the bvstanders did certainly ne Aeu Bedford MercunfS As late as 1841 no steamboats on tho Western Rivers used Engineers then eclared it would not generate contrast is now Quito t   

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