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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - October 22, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                MB I e In nir to i HI i jaicia WJt f fil rf Ill i iU u f b 7 i p UtaJiM l d V 1 5 3 13 V a I Ditti cemirEtt TOOBID ivMUf MJTOAT IT ATTOJiKETS I J COCSSEIXOE AT onsr Boifman 4 JoTmsras the t SETH T HAWSER f I TIOEXEi AXD COUNSELOR AT nod Public and Commissioner for the State ATXOBSLT A3fD CfJCSSELOJl AT AXD 1KOTARY PUBLIC Office on Alton JOUNJJPALMER i COUNSELOP AT aiiariUfi Mafeonjnn coaury GOODRICH KAAP1 AT LAW lUinoja 1 c a AT AifD JUSTICE OF IHETEACE CHEsrMrr OOONSEL01tS A Re Macoupm Coonly msir J WHOLESALE AM tSrair of Staie unS Sbort in H i co r J SECOVD STREET AlTOf BE4LERS n Ecaflwr Hides Saddlerv Hardware mi Saddleu and IS BTOSK TUOS DIHMOCE i E jDIM9IOCK 4 BEALEBS BOOTa AND SHOES EouVb iijt Alton 111 Toprrsa1 TMPORTEBS ttHOtEoAlB Bcaen ja an L of Foreign und Vmerican Hardware idS Alton JU BATID Jt HXSHY OCTOBER 22 ILLINOIS named Haas which has teccntlv ondcrgona a though n n addition ami that lie has fur fiixiyTntliiieTT funiiiurc stiitafs for the omfurtrfrf The House is situ Atoct ia tiieawxtocEtttil part of the e and is now ogon the trtmsient The proprietor from past experience me and from astnet personal attenlioh ndcomforter Wsguests that hewiHbe enabled tb accommodate allwho colt uponhint in a There is ion with the a large and commodious where timelier s 1 leceivfl proper attention also Carnages and Saddle Horses fnrnished etthfl ill JOITS V jConsEit OUSE D PoimTii ujMLl DEPUT i hivog IcaseS the above hoosefoa teruofjear as icfiviiy and ra playing cards at Jre difforeni u at one a parjj were vitl pilesof money before them 4 How it for iftqr Iheir old inclinations JTe vere onjbjmd he Belle ani gamblin j m i flijnot doubt aur neighbor fs cry probable hsjJiOnot Jo ijbOsurfy the party were playing ftt a table Bcirtot the front end of the new ths doasWherelaill1baa to poktlcal doetrinesaf the such an oc currence inight reajily overlooked tho fiye and gtrore roundly at time 3 oalledforliqupr wojld tolkTery Pli go a ILLI50IS oh AT t onedoorf rum STo D1VIS t EJWAKDS S Pffice on A c i AtTOjaET ASD COTJNCLOIt tTDSTIOEOFTIlEPEiCF III O FFICE on terlan Church Attorney nearly opnoatc ILO Presbv 31 dwlv MBOJTEB OFMADIEOS ASD JPS TICC OF THE PEACE OfficeVedrner State and uj i Alton Illinois Jfcl S METCALF lTOLKS 4EE AXD KETAIL dftilan in school elhineonB tilunk boofea stattoneqr iteaey trticlet Allan iS i half Ill gi fiVefrancs by doayj and In a wajjOneoSsrehcnsibla to tbegeneralmn uf folks iBut pass anU CQ fastidious cannot Jan even the and not couuVthe the labjtf bcffls always HipplMwill I fi t Mij ty an j the bsst the market affords and with attentive wait i jf f clean rooms beds This Hoira a situated of Siller which were hero piles maplesun aaj haaithv of tho city ana opo site the Tburrorul A tn Jicd to thj House c good stal e wiero the best of oats and hay and attentive hostlers bo found u Carnages irsitons ta convey passen ind to or from or Un al trusts byproporaittuntion lo business to meritandreteHC aiuarei of publjopa mayZldr JOim 17 HAltT LIQDOBS 4e Also PPICE CASH Second L Alton 3IORTEA t Cr IIBOOS Jenemlle GROCERS AVD COMMISblON AXD FORWARDIXQ MERCHAKTi J Alton 33J nVRUEA WHWJ3SALE AND AW COMMISSION Prontand hort HOAGLAV ft GHOCEBIES BOOTS AM 6UOE3 u Alton HETA1L dealers in boots d shoes dry clothing and famflV grc conrtr of fitaloand TMielv pjods ao pie and lag hats caps TlrVEOOrt Tdrletv ji oil tlotfcs end furnishing goods generally S t Co KTTUOHSiLE AM ScSirs In mfidtchie4 stnBs pamt3 perfnmerv aaswsre window and thing in their d Uton THE undersigned pleasure in mfcming the pobjjc that af tua practice I juiw in ard tlir3 I nited cjit i s flo r in Altonj andprepared to practieo tittho above profesk i docked ana altcred A S CAKRV t CO WnOiEoALE iM ItCIATL BEALCBS m llrurs Points cfas Tatent comer Sco DEBOTT t DRY Aoes sreeenci etc L 2 JtLE I era in iorogn A domestic Cans an ly on hand every thing in Uic ime rf63 she best assortmentof Pnrc T offered m tins market CtiTVSOfc HBtfrC AD HBTAII Dulore Dry Goods droctnes Made Clothing Hata Conitr faecond and int to he equal in St u to aiytbmg of the Wes Second itrcntj ueit A TTOJINEY at Missouri and iQ 73 Pine street ATTOKNET AT Office on Alton JUSTICE OF THE NOTARY ASD OBco over the store jjf located himself in Alton respectrdllvledcrs his professional seinweato tlio citizens of tliii community Oficc OTCT J 4 Sletcalf8 Book maySSdiir 1 E IttEDl his proffrssionai semces to the citizens JL of Alton lie mav liefound at the Drug KBany Second and DR E JOIINSCN of the ern Collcgo of llomosopathy Cleveland 0 maid infojn the citizens of that ho has located ly nnd would offer his proftusional sen to the c t uens of the place and ruinitr TWhen not he may be at his on one cast of Mlwork pfthafUma cntrnstwi to him formed intlie most eabsiantjal hoaworkinanlfltc ns in na Uae will be thank fully received and mctt withprompt attenti in Mton Jclr 6 W Office on Alton THE sUtije fcouwi nartcnft and ivJ juinmj ot T Sell tjjpe Escj and present OK ipcciTrrX Dau ET street Tirmg time oti greater pnrt Urc purcluso mtrafj BOOK Bmatr and Blank Botk iioacfactarur pubUfitn Chestnat street bat Main Louis JAMES RTASi fc N JIOUSE soKft STEAMBOAT JtoiwAMEXTA a i nte rs L Al on Ulfflcis fTlHEY TnU noyparttcalar atlcntionto the pain X of all kinds ot voud and marble Itfing Glazing Paper Lang ng U aU Colons and drat m the ntattotmtnncr Shop in Triraitwll iBrutra builiins on trctt 29 dwlt Cor State ft trth trecL under n H lIAVtNUliougM out larlta m Iht above would inforoi tbeatiz a ofUtoa flud U itue isirepirtd o furni h limeralaOT as actoniumlitins tenns at cny Ii use m Uie city had c p rteice la the ba con tai Uy n 1 nd coffins 6f all and n a word all ihjogs pertaining ro fu ncrals He 13 now prepared tj undertake and x vith neatness and di patcli nirht orunv Corruigcs alwrnjs on iianJ nl iortst notioc f junS WEliuve pu chaed the etcio IYB n highly iinpwicd SLED1NU MAC d w WATCff AXV State O17TRO and Second street llton Illinois T7 EEPS coirtanUv fin Knd und well pd stoct of tafcJmeras and Vesting bici he H make w to oniu1 in the try tett andwith prompUtiidc Also ttgooanisortmtsnfcof t Furnishing oJE heated b U of u wbicbj f r imilictv dur Utity ttnl cUtar ico no Ics than expcdittoii noon untl cap c be txAelled by aay nur TI us itnWig its chief in construct oa is Uif Tat th I moves on u U nccl ivuith Ic aesf li draft anJ rendui OBQ hor c quite uffiueu to E e5 TUdol is manafattured en irUv 01 Trrought tion iud nd caJ b r ed tfhen T it tieord iarr onnlry B acV smitli Iba 011 cmi ecu dn r the whole rwCin and it w to con tru ted thu lie conveyers cun be stopped or put in inotiucin ar and Tcarrpnted to ton well jfor oneyepf osaoctmtnt oi nrticlcs enumer c irill diyosa of 6a the rotatubaray t IKLNK ClIAlltES HEHCHAST and irill ia tore room offers his attention to the Sell a A7toa ASanyunon or upon any of jtlie iteamborts nmTinfi at this His charps At hif old stand irScconl constantlv on band pood assortment of Jadiei dnd gentlemen oE late glg harness of all kinds cart do Orfetsfrord c distance pronip ly JOHN 5 Alton JC3Instructions en in the all the late CSTIOLiEMAN conUnocs taittwrigntinjriii all its Mhnccted with tlio j enables film to do wwi on tbeiroet faroratle fcni nJIundcrtaicto furnish and lo attend to the forwarding of nmoleto mBUrf JiJijilescnpt in TIT contract or oJi andsuaranty them to be equal to any m this Satisfactory references eivsn itrenuunl STORAGE FATING recentlT rented and BOB i for sale by ausSOtf lj Dollars TT1 HE ftborc riward tnl b6paid to any jwrton who JL will prMSnohinfondBt on ns will lead Wthfede nhl omncUon of the pcwon who the track of the Alfon A Sinamon HaTInnd at Gnliek a wnnc on the Ta IVneat TOTiKViVTS AT LAST IATSNT SEED BBITt It is A for d tott this section of L has teen proven to ona of too sreat svripg itperfonnsiw TOii rcgtnarity and cxaetocs ItTviD m wound rtB man wjll BCCOdrplisa the Wttk of usual mauuer cxanunnhon this ScedKnllis one ol the and cheapest r louwrtng fentlemen nnd all ImownM large and jrdalbgBBl and stra ghtfcr ward m purchased the Bnll lart ajaeacBlaTc ajsarrf ms the maahinp has Jaiiiypart forltseinhisarstieti jn etaoSf whitenrnBat put in w their other the test of severe irJI JieM at ijael Jersey nsrf fto one for tnis year nOESOV CarroMton A E GEMTRAL LAIVP A aits opened an office in Spring l a General ditionof t Being TJHrcrentc veil Tdiuainted with the quality ol nnd nnderstandmg the con V Haitroads and to lerote rorlieular at Jcnbon to Lheselec Jon an 1 entry of One o the undersigned vrill bcattltoland oGecsin the uifferent ts at the land fairs eommencinc at on the 5th where they will w aWeio Junuah ainlldiseription oft lie besMands sub ject to sale and rUi also be prepared to to for wham tRey way enter lamH a town ihip map witli atiull of tho landa Ki attended to tic pi UtleSr payment ol toxesoa lauds anft protection of the sainfrom trespass T iDCsa usually at JO I HisEi A C French Gor Hon Han T Auditor Hon T younc HonJoouMooro areonirer Hon ABoujta Bon wtf 3 HOUSE jusormt tors roa ALTQV t i moscrioers offer for the alove stunted oa tha oomer Manning from thi aa3 tut distance fiublic The house four arW room the Infcncnro winch is n kireOaf pure water AUtp anil o WKtyjif diojee shade Ac Any now is a Irv mn he at an Tofjar BLAIB 4 AiTON lidK Respectfully Renders UuLcrateljl thaaks to tbi traiclingeouimunitv andulepuu lie in general for Qse liberal patronac ertenued to tiie above irell Known and 1 c taUUied Jlote o cr since it lias Ijeen his lie also leave to inform lias secured tbc services of Captrtin falornbly Ivnowi throughout Itbi Slate ant landlord vlio ivill assist in tho genera Superintendence of the business and hopes that their joint and unremitting endeavors to e170 eii t re to all those vbo luny wish f r clean ahd comfortable quarters and the best fare the coun try will bonor the Alton a COrtSOV SLccEssba take this ojportunily to inform Lis friends and the f inning couiipunitv m ffcn that he has made tue necessary anangcmcoU with the continne llie du ring of of thCcele PITI S PATENT ASD been couecdcdto Xliresliing and Cleaning Gram Although having suffered severely bv Jirc u few months s lobins besides the entustociof alinoat all the Etoefr fir aseoson s opentions still the snb cnber takes pleOTirfr in Iwing to sUIc to hisioriuer friends that helhasrebuilt is cLoij and uocurcd ctt table rcateriiil IJ conUuct forth Scaon to do all repairing that his friends may need been erfaffcJ in tho bns ness for tbs lait THIRTEEN lEATfa and manufacturedani sold diirug that me iandred or these bo trusts by attention to the to merit of the patrocngc so Jiberajly extemledja past Jlc ja5 also cnnnct cJ mil Ihe M ahiue SIiop a v to Tould eirnistlyinVifrtftlieTirmes to en 1 and o small tbat fiuincr l U buy it Tfre S0 and we mrrant U era lo uo til well as any inotlunc now in me A coo tant apply w 11 be fcct t afwavs r n llc Pont nt in A JJDCKUASE JOO July 11 ipply i W 1852 1852 rXti AND E hive ly tcce vrd arer 1 000 cases Stock of and direct from t r Manufactories in New Snjrlandpand thissunimer having been icade nrcvioos twtnc great be more usual ind laments to our nmnero is customers V e ill until the close nf be in weekly re 11 goods of all and able thercbv t ecpup thrwoshout ebeseasm v larger and more aiulete assortment everlroiigut into Ltti catomers inl Tirtnhantt pcnerally in th ssechou of thcSlate o tU ftnd as hat and the superiority f oiir will merit a continuance of very il eral patronage which his been extended lo us in rear irisS an 1 fur which we re m o r IhinU wlf B WWMOCK i CO lORViUtE Fl NOPTIIeAST Corner r f Pjn a and Fourth s reeL near thfeBaiteiad Aunrr Icut 3 aug22 dawiy ALTON S1 BAILTiClAD COJIEANT O he Delinquent ftocKnoMHi of the Altai and JL Sanpunon Companv v of D rectors ot tuc Alum and 3uigarona Lulroad lield Aus 13 solvd it wtu re all Stoefcmtbis comixinjon WHICH Dnd upwards as been paid le f c ted tu this as also all prevums payfreulE tncrcon un eietlic stoclilo full piid ntnm lliirlv ad madcin the papers a conformity with tlie 14th scrwa of yiajAct of TaXc notice Uat ill Bjclt upon wltcTi 15 per laid withiatlurty at heTrwurer of at as Iso all previous psyiacnl tncrcon wili become for said compinv In puroineenf tlie above re Kitatjon 5 ILLIAM IT PLATT Pres t ISAAC Seo T Bcpt I BARU CHANCE TW5I AKKIVEI 1 IJION a J jrood1 article bas rnstol anu on that account will be wild at a ereat TirKain En TOITV C MILTiPV orat the A tort Grocery gecond a sssftrtrafiirt nf PnfVb cele stores which will bewld low for cash wholesale or r t CO bufo didneil for did pot expartC e shall liava o nail itioi to ns a fenta nevertheless Tho St CThtoaihus notices tW fle parturc of the St Louis whig trig in qusstioo It wij slim trulv XhcTiamber of old and ivhiffs who left oa did not exceed 40 wereiimade tb exceed difficult to gee thai bee to go H Jug enthusiasm must be at n when strains music bj the who oc cupied the harncane f uled to bringto gethcr alurgsr delcgition Bcfoie the SUP boat lefthcr vrc no ticed tlintan eminent inembcrof SJujagfidclHoaL appeals in the St Louis andwiUhejntcresting Therffasurailroidfromthe town of Naples on the Illinois to Sprmgllold m tha by its is to be extend edtoDecatur iltvraa onginoUyi commenced and partljbuilt b the irom Spring field butjn the oi thq v a pa tile Illinois chjnged to Naples I about heeq in of a private eompanvfor sojnr time are that com puny Uis sold It to the Central Kailroad Com pinvjVith all its chartered for the sum of SoOO 000 Ihe lasCninled com pnny ue about to esfend It from o Deestur Tho distance from Naples io Springfield is 5t 1 2 and from bpriDg field tolecatur 40 miles At it will tnterseet the projected railroad from Ierre tHaute to coiiatitate tho cannexton ofitbiuVroad iffhw road will be of greit value to the Central m transpprtatioo oi theif f Ac to the line oE then i nwa v Sitj theonmpanjha michine s f Depot ant gentleman coonccted1 the marked were the attentions piiilj thit they diflident nnd he loft the as ho strc up the in aUmirabfe spec emjf tall i J JVEW BANK bus organized Wil der the1 general banking htw of th Exchange the of Messrs Lucts ind the Midun and 1armers cAt tiie lute Thomas Tsq was cleefcd anil E cashier tho last namci bank i i DESIOCRACVIN be secri by an announcement onder the vjrgper th it our old Xrtend LEWIS of a can didato to represent thit county in the legisla Mr Solomon is one of the old t residents of Mocoupin intim itfcl acquaint edwith her He 19 possessed of con siderrblo espenence in pubhc bu ineis har ing held ind fiithfulty d bchirged the duties of soiera c nut and posaeaxa tho inlimited notonlv ot tho Demo cntic but of the rfiolo pcope of tho l It I T I Mr Solomon ahvars been a firin ind consistent democracy of tint countv are Teculnrlv fortuntte in secu him 1 their cinJid itc Cire him n lair and the old wheel horse of de inMacoupm wjll crorfd after i k EAI Ea IN ST piper edto being started in St f under the title of Light from the Spirit It is to be eJiteJ bv P E anJ some of tie city p ipers predict lor it 4 fair Arafttipt of lie SU Kuoil an Ti ncs ire merged into ons to be called the ini and condueted bv the same propne as tho tno pa pers forincrh e arc to sec md thattnedms oisamoirgtheDcmoc racv otSIissojn ace being healed IIooriNCiKvLi cose of Hooping indictcdifor murder commit ed in Greene concluded at imillo on jurj ncrc out ut a liort and la a erdict of Guil v of Alurdcr in the first degre Tho msoner K is ablv defended by the Hon C 3 HODGE of and Judge Pitu of and although ibored ogiio the impreasion that the kill ing ins done by Hoopmgaraer in a drunken it seosis the did not agree withthem The prisoner is quite a oun0 and heard the icnlict of the jutj stoical indifierenrc Vmonoh was male by he prisoner s counsel for a new v Inch iad not been argued it noon vc terdav Judge of ooniluaed tUe j ttje trai el and business done upon it vail greatly czccctl piiblic expectation e Las we arecredibtV jnformfcd that tlie gros receipts of the road exceeded intt he net profits were about ind this nnder I many disndiantageous cireumstan cs I Ihe cosipnny aref removing tho nnd luppljing its plnco with the 1 andwhen hia is and is esterided to Deca 0v tbirtor must be done tiniCj and ior ision is be ing it of the most profit ableroadsin the State It is in contemplation by the owners of this rood to extend it from N iplea to the Missi sippi at or oppositellan and thua intersect with thi Ilanmbil and St Joseph thereby m it ono of the mumUrudks tot concentrating cit les far they miysuceeed in this es pectation reraims to bo hat the present ro in its imperfect is esemplificltion of the profitableness of such imestraent Without terminating at iny point of grcit commercial and verj ithassjill netted nearlj ten per If i roid so sit uatedcin yield this will roads more advantigeousrv loeited At a trim of cars leiTCs Niples dvcrj morning Sundij exeepted at A und armesut bpnngSeld A tram leaves Springfield morning at jt u ind it Nnples it 2 r 11 This time will be materially changed asioonjaa the now rails are tho iron for we are is at Lasallc A Sailroad CentreTerre ffaute r fte CndthefolloniDg cfrrtsnoiidenco in the St Louis TJemocrati Iho people ot Alton can from the of the Alton L Tcrre Haute road TEUSE IVD Get 1S52 Editor In ceminw cr the railroad from Indi in to this 1 noticed the praetie u operation ofnhat I heard much talK while spending u feu d lys in the capiial Indian naraeij us central position to ase rics ofMriroadlines Aiuong within frim et0ht to sixtv hours had left and other lessfli tant eastern cur rent twtatv four haursf had left Gleavel Cincmn and oth e intermediiite while vx liad thosp mthe morning of that sauv hid s arted fr m Lomsv illo and Madlbdn on the Ohio o hers fiom Richmond md Wun near the Ohio bta a md othera TrJiu points near the 1 ike thus show in ivfhat n concentration of traveling faciti ties now point the Induiiapolisand ierro llaut railroad i i arrived at ierre the traveler cipericncu a sad contr he learns thjt it will require more tune to get from there to and seventy than it did to come from Ken over six hundred miles Lroin Indian ipulisx instead of going bv on end can proceed reeth trd bj jt the bellefoant une roid to having the choice of connectinra with tho Ohio Jt Da Xeni p Sprmglield lieaidesth mimline to an h I have re fer cd channels to go eaitw ml there are others that intersect the e cullite T at when newod ciillectn as a crcater concentr ihon of expeditious travcliig rojtes to the Indi impolik and Torre lliutc U i od by MAHLON if Ccuntv Tho Jud0e od h m self well icrscd in cniumil plondmg and conJucted tins case with yrcat ibihty Macounm1 Stalesincm Of ycser tint Tames sirs arc authorreoJ to recent expectation of getting iTailroad from lllinoistonii to Pure Haute Ins been bj It is to be hoped that our flourishing boring citrof BellcMlle nil suicoed in cvcrv difficultyin the of s cnring to her tins mo t import mt of ill rail n td connection issueha offered to Bello Hlc as th u of Lol to extend tlielllmoi town md thence Jo Mar tleinails fail nnd secure this Terrelliiutd smee tnat gen offer IMS let Bellenlle n mportant aid of some other cipitalists It be of interest to iranv of jour readers to be informed of some oftravel from this point In first glace I m y mention the 1m of caml nliichleiie this port evening ifter he arm il of car from tho ind tho from the vest nnd runto l Covingtont 1 ort Jid connectwith the lake ste crs at loledp I his I i l pleisant and cheap route to thouh not cxpe ditious js thertitroad line 1 here duly stages running to Blooming and other pointSi m Jetsons going cast e ivo here jn the trnin and airive at Indi mapolis n time to take tho eleven oclock care fnr or th nonoloolcears on thi Irfllefontamo road In the you will get to ilidisoa at three r u tncneebj steam v Piir Icy has declined bum a candidatd loi 7rosecu VUorncy in tnc5 Judie ol Dis ict ElJ TO o are often enter an English the one adipted in death ihore is frequently aceiious union of poffanddcspondenev Wo willgKeaspe cimen of i de ith onitho llth at the ihop uillcot Jlr itd me Cincinnati carlv nest jnd in ward much respeetcd bj know p0od time to tako the cars h ning and dealt with bun Asa man howasamii thence the choice of going ia Srtndhbkr oi lie as a hatter upright and moderate His via Oolumbus and Cleaieland and rtucs were ill and his by steamers ornkoshorerailroad jmt opened were only il 4s each DC has left a for Cleveland nnd or widow to deplore hs and u large stock nnd Wheeling and or Wheelim sold cheap fnr tho benefit df his nnd by either of which routes He was to tho other world m you cm go from Cincinnati to he prime of andjiust as lie had conelu Ph or im from fortv led an extensive purchase he at an expense of from ofc 30 cheap thar ths COD sapph hats seventeen to twenty dollars fore ita more reasonablechurgeithannny bouse London His idiscomolate fooiih will carry on tho basmeaS ith punoeuilitj Thompsons Exporter cautions tho public against tho notes issued by tho Merchants and Jlcckinio a of Chicago jlnrafc The Boston a Whig speaking ot Gen Scotts speech at Clero t t j The Adas of Fnd iv publishbd tho lole griphic report of tho speech of Gen delivered on flic Decision of Ins reception at fl ft e uarc n br rb eh ITS y 01 lie mnplicd the theiuarV imaganftf feMrj receives anptnor article for ff dashei it m our and solqngJis the satetv requires this we puime tho London thefoHowing recently np eired It is enough one mnn nlonc npon rtrth I ftiand noble V cr Cold ind m it bejoiv in all itsijClcgauco jf diclion 1 loose whigs whofspeak so fbittortvibf tho Webster movement DrWBeeyiin this Erst speech of the whv eome nf their brethren do not boliew in thcfitncss of Oen onn nlonc ilpon rtrth Scott for ind if tho Atlas from me for ev c rcnUtes martv such it icin hive most 1 ft JVhije OTjrn to dppirt in udge in a speech to an mmensc meeting the people at a few dijs come down on Bebh thousand of ivs Judge D followed with an eloquent ind cathing denunciation courso pursued y is Lebb in hi perambul ituns cspeeiullyto is malignant slanders of Col Wellcr Bebb od accused fhe1 itter of being a public de in not repaying money borrowed of ie State of upon the d n when it fell ue but tho Hon speiker showed conclu nclythitBebb had done the same nd he was not iware thit his hid been aid to this duv was in Mex jhting at the held of his nnd paid is dues immediiitelyupnn his while i hb was skulking nt holding i tre i onablo correspondence with Tom ortions of road to Ie made rcmurlcs because his honorable inan hen nufriand ho usuillj sjtood i his place malignttyand in pf our Slonthot lad nnd holy musms t or r1 r t O cr unoonseious year t I j blosscm In untimely pnde army Let me rest upon tby Let ne lore shads rtir J liii it ICji i jf jn Prow rtj d i rt Ercm thy Irom thy where pcnfin e rcr ne rnstiipsdown 1 Fromihy windsthat wall of sorrow To the changing J J i tThat let meborroir H n the gayer year denies i f Brown October Theresapleasara Jn thy sad ana solemn reigu i And HeoOthcs at the measure Of some familiar l And wand ring through the Or the forest mazes again sweet melancholy I claim her cTiosenuini i 1 if i hi J i There while nil around me emblemsofrovdoom1 h Bapture And lUo deeper j 11 f Though atcn from their secret divelhns Soothlna memories of tae J fi Then nJy thought To the dun return es u On th deir ynes gone before f And Jf t Meet tho hopes of lonsogo i comp a us tfie pasiing zephyr f t And my sad heart V Xb 1 hmve er the thought may l In around And tlie low hetrualful sound Of tho dry falling falling On tho fading AH my ivond Turns hem lo the nobler God 1 i i i f i i j i i J J03IE Middle 185 i f T s EDITOR cv TUC BLCZS editor of he Saratoga forth 13 lamentations Haying precisely monev enough at leprin m0hu the sub eribei is satis ed to gne up md retirto the poor houae fader these circumst inces he is induce I to 3cr the printing establishment of the Sara oga Sepabican for 1 he paper hss a irculatron of ono thou one fourth of h ch rum be called and ihe other rec fourths non paving pat ons Ihe office as a good of job trpc and a fair un of work of this idcd the rork rs done at the reduced Vow nd the printer will takd cats and dors irpav Ihia village is onf ot the prettiest aec in the world Mr a newspaper publish Ererv bodv will find do the best ou and tne editor who pleases himself ill st mil but a slim chance of pleasing anv else The subscription list and cood ill of the nill be thrown in if the urcbiscr will tike the p esses and atcnals for what thev ai ind piv r them 10 that t will bno probability the presnnt proprietor being obliged to ike tho establishment back and return ne business i SBEEPS u Uol md nbseonde 1 from lund injunta on ie of tho 10th bopt aal feinng thit e m w impose upon is be h is upon we e him and reqoe t the Ldito fntermty to give it a liberal eirculitton Holland h id been principil tciehtr in Jielsluntl 0roiehigh lor ndunder ihe coak of religion ben g ells ider in the Method st Chuich hud ecured ie esteem and confidence of the ind epiul tint of i verv respectable bvi educing their thus dcotriiMng the rnpmcssof having left n uiiiuiable wife md child to Inei lite of eret that she wiu ever united to such n kck heurtediillnn He isabout iboat five feet ten inches pro bhck spirkhng eirshrgo black ncirlv entering chin It is suppose he h is nc whig irflBth Congressional by lOff majority from Coratnlta demoerafaemajonty Kivcir stationary goodre done foi export bettert In groceries tranjaictionsonlj Indiana i At n i JIaiontias for dom Floyd Jlinmico whig Waynn 101 Perry Qravtfmd loO Eddj dem elected to Confess Oth Daviaiin by aKJ m hy 800 i mpcratic heicti deced by 10 to mar onty ijJ M naii it jj i J Olli GJ T Erie Saddler Congress1430 ing aredcmocrntio mijontus r Columbus Faitfield on JeTerson aO T linos Jitark TOO The following aro wiig majo Jties DoUware co Franklin Madison TtIO aboveare art fdetn elected tu Congress m Jefferson District wnig reported elected in District Gallowav whig run for Congress in Columbus District ihow asceri ained to be so close as to recjuue ofnci1 returns to determine J 7 9ct 14 State ives rn SI 03aSl 04 less active lover 62c cime SIo better demand Beef mess Ohio i i i i 11 NEW OcL 1J J large vros TieM by the ast to make expression in regard to Sc recent outrages of Cuba upon American igh s resolutions in con hiding language of Clay to American Minis er to Spoini that we cannot allow a transfer if the I land of to any Euroopcan oOOO persons ircre presenf ELECTIO V Ir whig for o5 majority in Waakalla 6 in 29 in la in 0 f 0 m Columbia Bccom dem 29 m tjoritr n 44 in St SO in 125 n 20 in CO in GueUden Whig loss in above compared with S4S is when whig majority in State was 499 Cabelli in same counties Io es Counties to hear from gave 447 whig majority in 48 Whig gains are reported n 5t Louis Hamilton nd democratic gamoin Madison Kault Legislature prbbablydemocratic Oct Eivcr three feet ten falling and cloud r Oct Flour bbsStateSi South rn Indiana SSaSl upply A1 hett bushels restern SI firm Receipts yt S4iSt Sa Cora bushels steady Mess pork prime S15 brisk emand dressed hojs worth 7 1 2abc Lnrd in barrels 11 7 sciirce Mess beef prime fair emind J OhiowKisky Horda Oct la Democrats gim in above counties couipar d with vote for in J4b is 90 my whole whig 16 counties heard 31a iw Oct lo 1 Vrriyed steamer St ir San Juan 2d infamous ho f iceto be slapped m an mteresturgi cpmmiindttOr isuchgusto fiec slapping slap lee qf foliowTiy statement u from iew v if ffirr1 tho i sbonlt had portion of the whichcalk itselC circuiSeilfce Eomd foran i It is s yd tiit m fie session Onited Seaa slapped ihe Oeneral which niefkiy bbrno ny tnfrhcro lit Ltei SSer tesentectiiit njiuiocr been told thai the a In stat se dp yr not fotne purpo tf of proTihgCeneril Scott ft wintf of tor ciivttittstnnqes ma hare justified not resenting theinsult Jiufc nr Genaal as quick o reseat aa punish too 1 e smcercly coat dcctmgthe ciirapaigKhaStaleiiucuu ins anannbecommgthtpedpTB of our bati tho idrsuoj by bns forced inoo thera bj the and leaders of tho j opposition1 liiev have been whilo disproving the against tlicir bigot11 and carrj the war inio t b showing up the impcrf j ho Whig c mJidatc for r The cJitorof the Eagle makes the above he upon aahorily of a genticmanof tho highest lu jonSrmation monit Eitqvxrerttae fok on eoiuieetion with aubjeet il Jir i in his speetlatfaeJtfraeaa f ehureh on iucsday tooa to er to a puiilisficd iaa Jng him witnesses to the insult T Hr Hiao said tbjt I consent to be a mines in sjiba if Mr J AI Bolts shoudt eferliercJfter refer t blippinc storr in to rinoral Jotfc should called upon to s alowhioec to diU njt know of a simiJar case j lie e Mr M wh referred tho atetacnt from the 5ew Jersey Eagle as ono who present when Oeneral fncu slapped Mr hac the thing did Anl Tntiuiaies hat Mr Botu to it us aa t timscf wo desire to cill thu reodrs uttcn thfc contrast ft n g anj UHS so wcl exemolGeu in the CjiaQ in T qnetun Thi occjrtenc of Gen Scja4 naving been Tlpp d Traa orableinnaeot wartaro ft Danieb San Juan healths Eivernav cointies in Florida to hear from which gave 370 on whig majority in 1848 Cabal for Congress ran oo votes ahead of whig candidate for Gevernor 13 44 for is a good eln sical andjernors 2oJ Vandecburgh co gncs apable of acting well the part1 of bamt or for Gov ptobablv L0 i i t From the Nciricrk Herald Gen Scott on the Stamp1 In thedesptraZ bondition of whig proa eets in the xl conte the Ic tders been is a reeou so to ior 250 may Pike 20U Davis he begmn of the vo n one of hem bre a word eif it mil l the hau l org in un t p uiu in a te upted to d shuu i Iremral ITercc bv an otroc Bus hf pnsutmg th xt ticei Ii ul been i wilt remjrselaas p si ed m tcp if had bwen to be f to the extent f tronouPc ng as a forgprr i letter frum Co t J which wis pab I disprovethe b nil li red tha he tho New Je ey Lirjfe pro wts his e tn lubl bih0the tatementwenavcgvcn he lung but thi ruth and dislionomhfc personalities of iress agiinat Pie ce couldhnQinUJCcit i m o ut Mi W i e also refuses himself 0 be made i vincss the publlu as to ne f irt thic Gen Suo t ii face was dapped bv Mr 01 although hs cmuot denvtnatio coald tes ifv to it Tina a fair exiuuple he pin iiVcn bis IJctu lera epartrzinj tb onshout this danvasi Thr 1 ivo shown disposition to tam Xroin to eunduct the invass upun tf may dep irtcd Irom this it h is evident retue auee ind wfieu tl ev h ire leen intu tcpna il brt elinrjuralleeu1 svstuuof oersonil MlElication nod reekless oLehood which haKer mt in requisition to defeH man mlitici opinions and elcvatectebaraeterrtn iered hinriniprfgnable byanytair and ar G tllB with this dip rat From tnu I of thii noirima of first mbmTit thnt the tioo ot tho warfare ot ulaudwupo uud tbertt hai been n i adventure of poitie U pcaonol nhith h ivo besitat id to employ1 agimst him He was chosen bj IV as their bccau ultuuugh a nurthern m ha h id througrumt his whoe the consiseni nnd coQoionjs chmipiun or sou hern and d feftdar 6f touthern iind these Whig pfilitiei mt h we I employal the testimony of n parceloS ab in done 1 Abolition who xre his to convict bun of inents PC lining thj nf the connm he tet obero I the call of h maj and to for tongre s dem elected to Con j i n i foreign hii bv 1000 maj rt right conduct in Metieo h u b atr m all ted m partiuilurs of tins wo vyiiojington V C flirai the it to thM tnat ibi w0ster movement m that city ha hcmarchcd igmn tljm of Julius been heir and llavnesir jnd all the r tribe of iboli irn furitics an no ju hirtiirig Orangemen Pi QlOrU IIU Jllill e lentil blfoie he over the G of before ho acked up or ut rcvious to hat splenuid he csccnded like an avalanche upon It is quite a nov 1 ide i for a Presidential indid tte to take tbo but we believe is tbclast cist of thiMio oE thenh g pirtv t TJ the i dermer csort in tha d teri bich scorn to he aocunluh mg nromid them t Iherclo Gen Scott com tenced his new campaign o her ho w ill conqueror wo onnnotl tollX From i nee he goes to and car nil him to tno banks of BI and over Koetv M ur tains As fo 10 period of his return wo have no norroi ion V hticr the other Prusiden Pi of the dcmoc orSenatorllvc fro mil ill imifii i the esimple of th win tnndi vet renhini to he We sHill pro bt leirn ill about it m a few dais i JOMS old n3i ndcr htely Bant tho trv the tco iromcn fi it bringm Mice Joins thellth inst Five ind resolutions adopted organizition eshtusted the wh lo irt and ioience of rnt editor oftho Marjland and personal m their died 10 a i Ohio has gone Democratic by cncx i Pennsylvania exceeds 12000 Demo cratic t warfare upon onr tho that wia ever waged by any pi in any in ancient or moQfem times Iheoonrse of m honorably bold contrast wl career lia3 t Dcinoerahc majonty has been disturbed by certain ifi result of if to ilinder d it de sisterfnod scoudc i zed mp let on tc ef enirf Tvot I tirikl sea yoo tnd j a uiucuv nuv M n bout do colored puiaon sect dlt torl Bit colored Hdy threitenodtomnrrvme one pb dese in to seo odder darkcv im and den I a hreac i of I make iadst mtlfac in in nsclt the   

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