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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - November 5, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                K C t WJ 1i i f THE AtTOX BA1LV COURIER n roaumcn zrzitr EXCETT aim BBOWS sgoro Tterau tbe OAILYTAFEK to K IB 1 CMWt W id u AAranM 1 anj JWTMK KtttUg Cltib 15 or XATESOFADITIT1SOO JJAttT SI h additMBil jar 6 U for IHUj nut taauaid 4a RATES OF rN fint r mat to ptmBM V Tl BOOK AKD JOB with ovrlrorapapera UK and tatMt ucaitawnU of Book Frnncr Job Cvn bMicbt mMA to aa4 at IAV an IB BILLS OF LADING HEEDS BLANK juul Job CM tore It ben tuu Jtc JBit5tncs0 TVISE t AND RETAIL 6oraer of State mad Short dealers in and Fnrnisuin TOKStEB DEALEBS CoachmalteTS ana ain t WHOLESALE BEALEKS IN BOOTS AKD Eonlli Alton TOPPING t TMTOBTiatS AND WHOLESALE DoUtni in I 3efailfteliB of Foreign and American Hahhnirc and lit tc AND RETAIL dealer in renoo anwcellancous and blank books xtationezy vriadotr mnsieal instiuments tooting fancy articles Alton lc and BEALEBS IS DRY CXOTD ISO BOOTS HA3S 4 AND Conunlkkionand F MARK MERSOV ft PBIOE CASH STOBE MOREAN t DBALBES IN rAETTS BAlXlSCEr BLAIR BALLING TVflOLESALE COMMISSION AXD FORWARDING RTOIE I ITHILBSALB AND POKWARDKC ASD COMMISSIOS MEKCHAXTS FnmUnd HOAGLAN St DEALERS IS DRY BOOTS ft LESALEANO RETAIL dealers in Uote eerieB corner of State and ISAAC DEALER in nnd f W oil eoodn generally Alton tESURC ft ASD RETAIL dealers in iiugs VV dye pcrfiiraco patent window and ever tlitng in their line of uuiincs5 Alton BARRY ft THOLESALE ASD 11ETAIL DEALERS in Drestans Patent corner of Scc cai and DEBOVT ft TvEAMBSKDRr Voou and Commissionand For irarding Merenanta SMITH Piaaa WHOLESALE i Grocers and deal in Foreign i domestic GonstiinUy on band every thing in the Pore Foreign idition offered In tins Cash paid for all Idntlg of Ocnmtrjr dwly HEVTIT Jc YVrHOLBSALE AND RETAIL Dealers in W Groceries ReadyMnae Hats Gomer of Second and B a AltonJ BUCKHIASTEn AE q DEALEOS 15 Al1 IdntU of Carr TO warrant to be eqnal in finish W to anything of the Tve1 of 0BALER Kmiii aide of Second next ALL Clocks and entrusted to will Se repaired in a workmanlike man and warranted to run well for one year em fcand a fine assortment of articles ennmcr ated which be will dispose of on tie most lib Cash paid lor oU mygldwtt CIlARiES 4 TORWAKDDfa 1njntBtreeL mHEtubsoTilxT bavins ample store room offers his JL aemees as a Commission and Forwardin mer and will give bis personal attention to the sell mr or fonrardmj of produce or merchan by tie Alton A Sangamon or upon any of thesteamboat amrin attbis Ibs coarijes my28 AM now prepared to attend to fcha fonrariJJDg idisfl find packages of every to Central HAVING tWBottv r filtcd up the large storeroom veBlair ABollengtr I aan now andjirodace of every on the most rcason choice selection nf and Opposite Mttdtgoa MB fOULD bores mould candles in 1 SACKS Rio in store ai lOU fertile V 30 tf NEW STAGE LINE FROM TO fin HE undersigned would respectfully announce to L the pottie that hc htu established a Tni WEKK IT15TAOE from Jacksonville Id ing Jaefcaonrttleon VeanesdajB and Fn mafaog eotmettionKwiUi the an3 retarn Bus lice trill also connect wiUi a tn weekly Iweof rtazes ntnnlos north to and all tlie northern Enay effort will bo made to rive eatirfackiotij and render thlaJtoo faronto with the traveling D J DEKIITiG at JAIEHT BOESE 1 HAVE nov oh arid irill bo in eonstant of Patent Hone in all eompnaing nine different among whici maj betoraia aometlune aoapted to all kind ot Tbe admntagevtbat tlieee collars panels orer the collar now in general UK in this are BO tilt none can Sslnrwrcdrinjit imnoli atdr on examining All pennns namr borw collan are bmted tocall and arbde into the market DeSerj supplied with Dem andall lie different Bjles of eonunra collars at O ang II dllwtf 2nd Alton i ATIOBSEY orer Bonman t Jobiisons store on Sd near the corner of SETU C A TTOBSETASI OOmiBElOE an Kotarr Fnblie and OoinmiBnonerfor tbe Sta of Muaoon for taking on Seo C00KSELOB AT HOTABYPUBLia Office on jautt AITOSKEl1 AND OOUKSELOE AT LAW Maeoopm eotrntr COODBICH AXD OOUSSEWBS AT1AW ATTOB35EI ASD AT JTJSXICC OF firfi PEACE CaUESTMJT t ATTOKNElS AND COBKSELOBS DAVID A ATTOUJTETS AND AUD GENERAL LAND AGENTS TIIE STATE OP ILTJJiOIS Office on AT LAW Olive oneojjorfrom DAVIS i ATTORNEYS AT AND GENERAL LAS AGENTS Office on A ATTORSETAND COUNSELOR AT AK TIIE I JersovviUej O Xiieri Attorney IliICii on nearly opposite the PrcBb terian may 31 SHEBJMA BOBBINS BOHOSEH OF MADISON AND JC IKE OF THE comer of State and stairs Alton Office at M Inaaronce A TTORSEY at practices in office 73 Kne TTUXIAM ATTORNEY AT Office on JUSTICE OP THE NOTARY AND GENERAL LiND Office over the store at Alton JIEDICAi located uimsclf respectfully tenders Ins profcssiorial gcniecs the citizens of Office ovcrJ 4 Metcairs Book rpEXDERS bis professional services to the X of Alton and vieimrj Hemaybcfonntl at tb rag Store of BatrjA corner of Second UH of Western College mmU inform th itiecns of that he baa located here permanent and wonld offer his professional tfcrvices to tho cil of lie place ami nut professionally erigiigcdV may b onnd at bia on one door east o the Fostoffice FARIUER E nntlcrsigncd tabes pleasure in iuformuig th public that after aprnctice of 17 yeura i and three in tbe united now i and prepared to practice in the above profes Iforscs docked and 0iee on at the residence tif Invesn July BOOK and Blank Book R publican Chestnut bttweej Iain and JAMES It DAQUERREAJf Koomsover Alton A Jt ORNAMESTA I Alton rp HEY vnll pay particular attention to the pain ingof all kinds of iruod and marble imitation Paper Wall Colprin4 nd done in the neatest Troniouil A DAVID WATCH MAKER AND State Street Merchant Tailor and Second T EEPS constantly on hand a good and well V cd stock of Cassitnercs and Testings hich be will make up to onler in very best man and with a good assortment of GcnUcmcns of every description 4nay29d3m AND TBUNK JTA2fUFAC Ai his old stand un Second tcceps constantly on band a good assortment of and gentlemen s of late antl wagon harness of all binds jTijondcartdo Orders from a distance promptly jaded to my2fl JOHN DAGUERREAN A JfD DEALER in Alton 111 Instructaons given in the all the late rSnGEEMAN continues millwrigbting in all its Being connected with tbe him todo work on the most avorable tcruis and be will undertake tx furnisb ano complete mills of any description by contract or oth and guaranty them to be equal to any in this references given Imay29wtfj One Jlimdreil Tjollars THE above reward will be paid to nnyperion who will give sncb information aswill lead to the de tectionand of the Tierson or persons who rdahdoosly placed a bo across tbe track of the Alton Sangamon at GnlicVs oit tbo ommgof tbe 1st Z bbls linMed oil 10 do oil 10 bbls whale oil 30 do lard oil 5 do castor dolOdoncaufootoil Forsaloby tjiMw LESURE 4 BOARDING AND rlHE nndenignedbas taken tbe Eating ironic and L i suite of rooms formerly kept by and is prepared to accommodate bis astomcrs in the best manner 20 and SOpcnrcck FRED jy3dwCm Bobinsoafl 2 oino ORCHARD hare tbeabore vmegar on band Mcrthantsirm conralt their rt by curing n a call before tmrchanng SvSl STBAKUr A CO YTHE dot in forsnle by R and a Xrcsb lot for sale by fart 4 JA RYMB4CO 10PPER Ihsoonpemvetsftnd for sale by tmyZDilw W i YTHE cross assorted qualttjeson 3 for sale by TOPPINO 4 BRO bores ttar eandlea in store j and for sale by may29dwtf SMITH PICKA BD BBLS foraale by O sen 11 TTE inpply of chemicalffitnn V storesndforsale various for sale by LESDBB 4 CO EBEDAT MOENIKG OCTOBER The SPEECH days JJiwallcaine inade an nd dress to some of oinr citiiens f who biwl aeaembled to bear hi the the Franklin So taresTFC conld abtrat acventj fivcor eighty persons were prcecntt of whom alxrat fifteen were and the bnllance ivho had aascm blcd to hear the Col Juax ALL luants ASH THE and who exhibited their usual gratification at the present disorganized state ot tlie democratic par ty of this and appeared delighted at tho suc ecesof their in bnnging out CoL by spodDuB promuea of and then ahandomng him for their own candidate and thus take advantage and their own duplicity The speech lasted about one hour and a Tbe firat half hour wns consumed in detailing his course in Ceh and the balance of the time deroted to the especial benefit of the editor of ho and some other prominent ilemocrats who had taken apart in theCarlysle Coircnflon whieh wuxoTBEEnrtotiom inatehim Bissell was kind enougb toinXonn the editor of the before his that he nhah be dldto the up1 we cannot extend tho notice of this trhifis TotUJawchod 03 it Allconcur jn it I FnanthcXY Truth Gitfaohs Tribune of Monday contained lengthy document purporting to cmint from forty or iifty Irishmen of New Yor and addressed to their countrvmc mAmcciCAt Of the authenticity of thfsda caiient wo hare no as 1 whether tbtj signatures are forgcriea or th contrary we are equally Its ai in the Sen ard orgirij dosi The Club The continued ram did not prevent n very respectable audience from assembling to hear Judge 4 w The meeting waa opencdhy who made i briof reply to m which he promptly and triumphant ly vindicated tho Carlyle and showed up the in his true 4 j i Judge Bowhn then took the nnd gave one of thelcccnest and most speeches of tho Hc renewed tho hfe of for years b much new light upon of no enviable The contrast between the two candidates was distinctly nnd truthfully and the causes of notion of tho two parties clearly UotvLn bw A tohV aud a most Catholic citizens of Conco And his speech throughout was listened to with close and universal At the late hour fit which this is no objection on an expe ditlon begging for whig it was well enough tha be should give them a little aa tinco t elections in Pennsyl and Florii their faces been so longthat their political o ponenta bare hardly known If any democrat in the listrict bad tho indepc Oencc to think that OoL Bissells place in Consress could be sapplied cqnally as well by somebody cite and irrbo jnoreovcrdid not feel it advise of that or to oek hie pcrmisiqn Indulge Each we eajthat it was tit that Co BuseuV inflatinE himEclf with the idea that there no other man in tho distnct who hod a BIGHT to go Congress but himself who speak and acUfas If lie had a vested right to require from he may and to be in tiic office h now whether he Iiaa performed his duty to b constituents faithfully or we sny it is fit Xat h BOLTISO camjoign tustained brsucb person ol vituporation and as chnracterized btscfior bcre The editor of the Courier has never indulged in word of personal detracton towards Col B He hi no perwmiU ill and docs not consider ncce35ary that good pciroual relations should be infiu enccd by political aud he has no hi fatton in gaying tbat f he had spoken of Bissc in tho fame manner as spoke of ycstcr lie would have gircn just cause to bo with the liberal use billingsgate and bixvc bad right to claim diploma for superiority in persona rituperation and The Call spoke oftbochargcsthnthadbccnbrongl against of his want of faitbfutncsfl tothctras reposed in him by the dciriocnicy of the endeavored to defend himself from those charges by aeries of statements in rolrticm to bis part o which we know to be and a part of ting to bis intentions n dcserling his coming out to and advocating tlie interests a company of gentlemen in the ill common with many in the arc being ed by his very ingenious cHurta if Trua ic admitted that be had left bis scat for a long and visited Illinois while her legislature was in and urged upon that legislature th adoption of the proposition of these eastern ge and that lie was noir the Attorney of the Central mi but he woa NOT T JAY thatbc receirod f us nisiNTEitESTOT senices on thai and VEH AnXOTTOSiT tlmt lie was appointed U Attorney of that A LAIIOE SAIr wWclt fras to be to him AS wxa wiio coMibsi tosirAsv snocj ITS Ultt Was also VEKV PA1 PAY wbat connection be hnd wii he claim of SIcCallietcri cf Xew Ytrk SUM tp MOSEV THEY PAID HIM fl his VKIIV uisisTEiiESTED the tame scssio f tbe in securingihe payment of tba Oh Tlie Cul was peculiarly htippy reating these SMALL Doubtless be con red that relation to was the icightb of We agree with liim rjl have no doubt tbe democracy of Ihe Iitiictngrcc with people are not FO far gone in man as to stand calmly and wink at the ublic who for weeks deserts his poet in Con during a raoet csciting and laawcntaay session ike upon himself tbe agency of a trltcec rery interest was adverse to tbe State of in hc then etate of ncgot And f toy nway from hi post nntil his scmcca bad secured t ira a present and a liberal provision rom the same for the Tbe people of thi strict will not permit tbcmselrcs to be used in thi and unless ire arc very much the da indignant rebuke ia near at Tbe Appears to be most terribly sensitive at our calling him a and among other tilings utt the editor of the Courier had gone to the distric at in as a an oftenraras DOLTZD the tho answi otbis charge is We suppose tho Colonc mode it as a kind of excuse for and we dia ke exceedingly to cat him off from cvcnsncU a poo xcose as If editor of Courier done wrong in yean doed that justify Col in doing now But thb fact that the editor of the Coui r was not a member of the convention of no nearer to Ktiskaskia at tbe time of its meeting tan hc is Tho stAtemcnt then la rimply un rut We do not believe tbat Col S would state any ung which be did not beliei f to be truct but in this bis memory misleads aud as he cannot have nny good when be has occasionto attack the editor of tbe Courier and itap icara io be every time he ire shall expect him moke giving what lie called a history of the Corlyele notice fully tho oL closed bis speech apjKaling to the pres nt tosapport nothing to say against bntrcinarked that if any wbigs did not in enil to vote for gettbcir This hU to those who some years ago heard tbe in a speech ho made at tell he that ins DID NOT CAKE wneruEii ruur vornn nut OR itshowed to strait be wna r when he baa to come begging fur Irig predicating a claim to e bod showed up tbe Courier and its J We never before have bad a conception of the high anding which tbe CooniEn bos daring tbe iort period of its until JLcnHgbtoned IB on that matter and rain 03 we wo cannot appropriate to ourselves all that the gave credit fbrjonil whether the credit of spicy rticlesla jrirt one thins is VCT certalnjOur or cles haieToirly worked the Col into a and made Turn forget tboe gcntlciiianly coui emmnded alike by his own tbe puaition lie occupies ta a of and tha p rsonal lationa heretofore existing between him and Uieed the i TWOOITLL Legislature of our tate in passed an proposing an mendment to the in relation the mode of application of the twomill Under the provisions of the Conshtn on at present the amount realized from this ix ia pro on the payment of uch bonds as way be brought forward at the late Treasurers The amendment to constitute the sum so raised a nking for the purpose of purchasing IB indebtedness of the State at its market The net of the Legislature iat the amendment shall be submitted to tho eople at the approinning and that voter shall cause to be or prin ted on his ballot the word adopt or reject hc may rote for or reject said CarmeZ f River 23 inches and The Capt belonging the Cleveland and Ogdensburg lino of pro was burned to the waters edge at 2 clock yesterday while Iving at the ock of Grande Canada West he was bound for with a fnJI cargo of Vessel and cargo anjoscellcnt and which wilt redound t the honor and benefit of the democratic p Fur tho CoL It would icem that this gentlemen thinks a whith it is difficult ti do away tactics o that piper hnvingfong ed it of any li tie tittfe to our credence it might at one tmi hare possessed The document woalludeto we bchevo to bo a silly fabrication and pos not sufficient weight to entitle it to an further 1 Jn the friends of General Sen hm o been tampering with the Irish vote i a manner most unworthy and disreputable hive bee h it was insinuated that the have done nnthmp showing themselves i favor of removing the religious teat from th General PIERCE haa mac no efforts for tint and that the f u oral party hurc shown thcmselvcs most favor ablo to that the same party hav from the e wheat period of our history show themselves the truest friends of our natura ized all of which it be difficult to This document is o course got up by some party haiJr and has been cunningly put forth as if emanating from Catholic us sc whether it is actually the signature bana or nre they Th fmnsclf much abused by reason of not Union Democrat answers this mS been nominated bj tho Carlyle Com It has been discovered and therefore comes out m opposition j for Congressman d with of the disposition the old personage de scribed in the book If he cannot be elected to Congress he will defeat foukes and elect the Whig nnd thereby we suppose he thmls he is to show his friend ship for Democratic 2ow we ask the Democratic roters of the Eighth Congressional District if they wish to manynames are attached there tptallv tho knowledge or consul of their lawful many others were obtained b j false not onlj for the mat I tors but of the purport of th I others signed it under the coer cion of corporation despotism less than i dozen of them IT legal some of them have not been i the country three elect a whig to Congress If so let them go many of them are Democrats and vote for nod done with their who will tike the earliest opportumcy to rc itnotth0n for the Democratic Philip j ajje 8ame Ia3 another paragnp Foukc Do not thron away yoar tbe means resorted to by unpnnci Bissell and thereby bring ibout the election peJ deceive and triflu ith our coun of Gillespie m the hope of electing Mltor ot vriuespiu in 1110 iiupu ui UIUULIJJJ Iftftfi f 01 Dnror tht write We vrago no war mth as a man we Jjj whlch 61J3 Ue lt tho mouth o respect and honor him at a politician we one the overseers in a llannfactiiriug cs havo heretofore esteemed him sound and re tlhlishincnt tli it Ac compelled ill We do not think it loots a true J kaanptomuat lostpi Ihtccr i tificate by threatening to discharge than democratic principle for a man when he does said they had to do it or take lliei not to get the nomination as a canf walking The mbs didate to bolt andTO Bgamet his political of Uioso residing whose names ire ut and eleet a whig by his opposition to fhed the Dover aro in the em plovmcnt of tlie Manufacturing Compinv the rcfiularly nominated fmlj tlmt S8me Of ovcrsuura Spenly boas He mates prove charges against the Dem1 that they can mike out of th ocratic that it is nil got Irishmen under them by promising them em up to defrand him of his seat in Congress and thre itemng to them nr 111 i t thcv do not ote is the aro ordered We wouldhfceto tnowwhogave are tho devices to flinch menwithou his seat in Congress By authorityiprinciple or honesty have docs ho pretend claima seat nn the jitJempts now made by the wire election If ho had been the fortunate le Whig party Jo innuencc Ih Irish votelit the coinixjr uo w irn have thought he had some thoso to they act claims upon the seat in But as he Auierican citizens have an indepcnd did not and another ditij and jnst as ence which cannot brook dictatioi inst as good a democrat and juat as a have an honesty of purpose that1 spurn any attempt to tamper with their man and as trac then for tho con spu npt to tamper with their elec Once Jforftli we wit vcntipn u as rotten and cvcrytbingmohg appals to foreign vote with Hethinks boltcivf are your conscience and your conviction dictitc andwill therefore try his hand at Wa be influenced by in venture hewill seethe day vhcn he wiU wish he had not done Fouke will beat and Gillespie if the Democrats do j their and we think thev will doiso The rcturnsurc now so nearly compleb that we can with nccumcv of tno re the Maine Election three i thousand votes are to come wind Sewing machines threaten to affect a increase thopemocratiomnjoi complete revolution thread nnd needle op About five hundred are now In operation in Una and they are 6r tbemanufactoriea faster than they can be They arc now adopted to sowing boots and The result on the vote for Governor The Courier has received official inforina Free Soil and Hubbard was the regularly nominated can Chandler ras aftervrarils started bv emocrato who opposed to thei Main IK1 Una UU U1UU1U1 Ill tion that the President docs not attend the f and though an jMulnr nm of Diniel I out in opposition to the usages of thr Apott hc b Webster died a diseiucof the thitHubMrf alonoTiithaDcm although the immediate cause of his ocntic oppencnton was hemorrhage of the stomnch nnd owing to tbe morbid situation of the blood n consequence of the above dropsy of the abdomen On the Presidential question thcDebiocrats of Maine nre nnitcdj and they will give Frank A public meeting will DC on Wednej Picnic a deculcd to tike meisorcs for the erection of a olossal statue to Webstoi in Boston UNCLF Ions CABIN Thompson writes to the New York Toms UncleTomsCafc nothing else is thought nothing else fossal stulne to in Boston Everett heads the rolli The fimily of Abbot Lawrence requested hat the dcmonatration in honor of Web talked of but Uncle Toms ster be The Webster committee adjourned met it in inlrdondj in in mpht to this when plan of action and here vill be submitted railway on every at tho Conner officnj that Everywhere the saythe Conrad is acting Secretary of demind exceeds the supply I heir it talkci f of in soci il circles and in tho byal religious old tnt CixcutxAxij I gay young who read it 13 they The up tram on the riilroad at t a Its impression is deep andpowcr Xew ran aver were brown and sis badly and seven seriously but not Among them ia of his Arnvul or the NEW Oct Tho Washington arrived at 10 12 On the cotton was an good bales sold a shade On the bales Spoke the Pacific off Liverpool on the morning of the The Council held a meeting last Resolutionswere recommending aut funeral at bo observed by the citizens ab taining from business BALTIMQUE The Mayor has culled a town meeting for tt adopt mrasuna for paying an ppropnato tribute to NEW AI The Washington arrived at 10 12 3asse3 on the 26th steamship Hi skys panorama of the Mississippi came y The whole of the Russian army is ordered o wear mourning in memirjj of Wellington The Niagara arrived at Liverpool on the 1th A new ministry has been formed mBrus els The Spanish Cortes will be convoked on ie19 or The London Observer denies that Lord erby will call Parliament together before he middle of Queen VictoriaTjadleftScotlandfor Wind er Tbe President of Franco will make his tri mphant entry into Paris on the 16tbf and ot the f Louis Napoleon haa beenenthusiastically eceived Afcllanchester large transactions havebcen and business m the districts is gener ly mxwells circular of tho says Breadstuff market is Wheat and our have advanced Is and 3d to floating cargo of corn advanced from 2d 16d doting the The Niagara is telegraphed at meek and smlc sMr John Bull has not bad such a sweet American mor sel to roll under aia tongue for a long us Stowes ahtisltivcry which Thompson savs people rcid as they would a novel Ihe gentleman cer tainly know thnk it is a TUTO work of Era obtains aboutasmucbpop ulnntyas Dickens created far his fiivorite Little Solemnities ia Honor of Daniel After the adjournment of tho meeting t the lot the Committees charged with making arrangements for the solemnities of met and adop ted the following It is unnecessary to urge the compliance of of Louis with tbe recommen dations of tho Louis The Committee of the City Council and of recommend that tho following manifestations be madeon the 29th tho occasion of the interment of DAX WEBSTER That therobc n cessation of all business between the hours M ant 4 2 rinat public and buildings b in That n eulogy be pronounced a one p M nt n nloce to be mnounctd in the newspapers on triday That a funeral to be com posed of tho ind of the State and National Gor and ali other public societies and cit disposed to be formed at half jast ten and under the Direction of a Chief to tho place Jio delivery of tbe eulogy i 5 during the movement of the pro the MISSOUH Light ArttHeryrbe re quested to fire minute and the bells of be different and other public buil dings be and that the Masters of the different steamers in port bo requested to their Sags at half mast dunti r tha Xliat CoL Thornton Gwmsley bo ap pointed Chief with power to appoint is many aids as ho may thins J BRJDGE risTONj i s Suspension bridges aro aboutto i je constructed across tho an English IOUSB having taken the i ILinoii Conference i TLo lUin met in on the lltli uuU and af ter traoaictiiij alirgo amount of important and making the follow fur udjvuniea otftho 19lli ftath inil departing for their Jiflcrcnt Cdila of ta mctt again ncit year at on the her T OIRTW Qumty station IWtn Milu Clwli1 Iulaski JciSQ Kiunvillo station J lliuliiillccirttiit Justph J JJcanlstown station lltirvty Pctewburgh J Oi f jtu be sapplioJ t Jiiincdl UADUII W Qumcy station Jaintd 1UJWJO Ifcin U F Uunlm VittafiLlilsaUon Terry Michael lloimt Sterling IMntct Blooiningtoii SamacI i Havana W tl Mount Puliuki lawsion Lcwu Andcr MitlUktuwn uiittii u Decttur J C Mootwelfo W C Grove Samiwu Creek Grcenbirry William Prufeewria Illinois AVcsIejan aud inuuiljct yf liuuirterlj J Agent of the and member of tltc time SPRIISGEIEU JJ13TU Springfield tution Xlomaa V misurn Kcttbeu tinw Carlmville circuit William Suljiher kelson D JainfeiC aictlianieflburgli Joint G liilllioru Pnston Wood s Jacliwiirjile JackaonvilJe Mtredosu J A Jicksuaviliccireuif J Uta Kverly C P Caldirtiif Scottrille Elwaiil Winchester iWhitchaii to to Elijali Carrin0Uni Illinois Conference 1 eiaile CoHegC J F Jaqncsa ftcaitltinc Agvnt and trn Cbaipj Qunrttrly Confiruicc recymuicndnl the Prcsidcn cj ot Mclvcnilrct College Ti rueommcnJcd as Editor th tntnil Christian Advocate tu be imbliiltcil at t BCCK P E jUannllt cmtiit W 11 II h JLirtliallt Georyctomi Cumberland to be a Ltmf Albanr Olncr P Sullivan C W C CharUa JiilOTr Christian S Georgetown to be 1arii Mmmary be Danville Seminary Jotin tnuuftirreil toiliseouri Coitlcrcilcc aud stationed Louirf German ST m K Ixmij street John Schmidt O umbiw stwct Broadway statloi itudol h lla bouth street stationj Henry F Kctmeke Jacfcsou to and Charles IL Belleville Adam Jtjiscoutith nnd Gco Highland aud Vandnlia llaritinun Jacob Miller MISSOURI Hermann Charles Union circuit Daniel JefTeruti inoreiicc Boonvillc Jolin Joscpn Zimmcrmanj St Joseph Ieter ii Philip J ricl John Warren aniVMarttasvHlc Perry T Peter Manners Canton r DesMfinca Herman Burlington FarminRton IL Jacoby mOcr and stationed at AMwEE SuiUvWDNESS the proapec of forming a nrge manufacturing town 01 heMemniic Unrur waa in contcmplition IOHIO of the persons cocccrned a voung gentlemin skilled ustmengi anil who was fond of t vm he water to mikcin qutries as to prices IinJ in the i Oinity Ic ent with his and fishing tacUe board in a farmers tr and spent hfs time in nnd tho md the th with occasion il fowling and fishing spending some time m talking viih tho f rmcr one he told him hit hc liked the place very and though iC should ho ptc iscd to coinc and live th rc man sud hc should he plctscd to um Mr whit will vou to farm y I dont want to sell it nor would unless 1 could ge wicc whac it is as I am satisfied here addont want to whit d is Mr 1 J it is vorth and I won tsell itfor ILSS tli in Ihats too said Mr B I tint joa nect Ilerc the conversation ontmuett his and lining rece is instructions in the course nf a few cncwshis tusk with havbrnadeiip ny minl that I should like to live here ellwand though bo will take p your nnd give you as to 15 jau aid not take inj firm hen T offtred it to anj Inra not sell it for anything Icsithon loi re Mr F Not so Mr I it i nnd I ihimt continue my ofTei tore than twenhfour B finding ho went offfpi and next da told Mr he would give him Ihe purchase was doed p and money p nd Some mo Sir asked the fanner hat reason hc had m tho course of a ivsto double thcpnceof his and to isistupon it Mr B iuH tell you adxy or two after I ofleretl you tho or saw two men on the opposite de of tho MerriDjftcRner sitting on i rock nd talking for smne then they got nd one w cnt up the river and the other it after some timothcj and secm 111 earnest convers itioii for half an hour r when they aro G and went awaj did not know what it but I thought iracthmg was m the and I was dUer if you1 asked my would demand double Thus began tho purchase of land upon hich the citj of Lonell has been erected V young buck was boosting of his suc css with the f and among other things ho eclarcd he c sparked it with a7ady lorn he n irnod 66Why did yon neglect such an oppor osfeed his companion he she bogged to s and I such a darned fool I ex her wot dos tine turn tveen wot doy call plank werso i WJiys I toll when I Tombla ofcr Conig doifn Dats but vhcn I aay 11 Tumble Come down ker splashj Dats plahk WbigUpon Kdward of recently deli veretl an atl Ircss before tho whig young mens of that As was to be ex all the high fiovn logic nml reasouing known to the whig whercbr party is elevated to be the only Intel tintl honorable political was brought m requisition by tins grey haired After gone through witKa rou tine of assertion to the old whig par ty over has and 13 the speaker t losca his with souio reflec tions upoatbe two and gives bis idea of the American We select the following as illustrative of tbe unfairness md folly of the who c speech Ikfiore 1 closo I will a iv u few w ords about tho candidates th it are respectively before it has hard ly u en happened since the days of Washing fitill letis since thosaof tbitniiy one has been elected President in virtue of his personal But there are rea KonVwhichtihcuid induce every to choose between tbo tno ci ml i prefer one mua over the and he bo docs notes trcisc his otvn judgement m is no freeman Jn the approaching contest betw een Scotland men will vote for thebrie over the other bee luse they bclicte him bet ter and becausu believe the principles with winch he is identified are su perior to those of his And if a mans reasons are of this sort hc should net up to them If anybody aspects me to do nonnco General bore or ho ia and twenty 3ears 1 was i candidate in opposition to from the Boons tick and in makin atiiinp soecchcfl aroond tho I tola them that Scott was one of the cleverest fellows in the he h is served eight or ten years in and to mv belief had done it to the very best of bis And I never knew a man to loscJLjr render ing to a political opponent strict Ju tico and courtesy Iremenaous General I haxe no is a a man of character and good me dtocntj of talents And the fact of his h w ing stumbled from his horso in I think baa nothing to do with his physical courage though it Bccms to me that he not meet with the best of and was par ticularly unfortunate in displavinjr bis cour age on the battle Certain it is by that lowering genius Tho second sentence of the is What but his personal popularity9 and why was Scott se lected in place of but forthesame reason Farther disgusting to witness how tho speaker pretends to speak conrtoasly of Gen JTLo following wa and con now prevailing in tuo in tbe Eastern is The Whig have experienced no ordinary of iu ing that our cuuse looked brighter in this nU that added j to tho prospects ot w access in Aiulso itdid tbe Tribune well that on tiro very there was a movement on foot in this get up a1 ElectoraL winch it required all the zeal of earliest and best fricntlato if it bad not wonli inevitably Ime destroxedreverj of for tbe AVKigticketintms State1 We soy that knows tbisj and knows that the imn who dare been persuaded to keep quiet under noordinary Ime botnthii power and to de the shghtcst prospect of success for the Scott Electoral licketi And yet in the face of and one wonld almost behet for the purpose off defeating the Whig ticket nithiagreat fataterr that paperhas the following lan in TtUttbn to the Sccretarj We can elect Scott without ticaid the Secret tr and Jad whoesomc policy um be organized antTcarridd out though be should keep forever If supports Scait the will be under no obligations and uwt him no gratitude or if he should continue to oppose as he bai Ui may deiply regret ft for his but not fur tho sako1 of tne That will tri wtwafatureresalt er he may m any i it 13 his own anil bis own reputation which are mainly at this is not only palpably untrue and known by the writer to be there are too many Whigftln tbis Citrand anxious to provft jt utterly without found Ihe men who tffo weeks were persu ided to abandon all thoughts ofgetting up another electoral tick and consented to tinry all personal ings in Order to secure the triumph of their are nowas anxious as to re buke thOfje who arc gnihty of the madness mid folly thus to outrage Webster and his What will come of it God only knows but if lost to the Whig we hope our friends at a will place the responsibility where it juatlv belongs The wntcr in the Tribune well that his article was well If not to get up ft Webster ticket m this U such tbe we are happy to say that it has not been suc So Webster electoral ticket will nut in nomination but what number of Websters may be driven from the Polls and tbe snoport of the Vi hig by He could no more effectually denounce thdsuch incendiary wiUnot takeup dciuocratic candidate as a Sow hear lender Whiggcry tear down tho democratic party The democratic party ilso takes in ill are restless and very class to whom the law of the land is a great are men are possessed of a liberaUzed cnnooi love anybody in bat Their love is too to le on ourselves to That the Editor of the Trifame wcH kneir he was endangering the Whigxsinse in this by such incendiary language three tbe no reasonable man c in and there are those who sin cerely that his object was to defeat in the conviction that General if will not he as manageable as the Tri bittte class of Politicians And most there is cause frr this conSncd to a oulv threer thousand j cannot account for nf this liingangc linv other We the danger from it wits so that it Wasnot igriorantly if hdip then it idesigned give NewYork to Vierce nnJ because General Scott has iroved that his djvotion to the Compromise iiarej they extcnd the area of Here iilcss4 ters and huuiah They ulk of that not because love the people more than I but because they hate restraint constitucioiiar law iubrc than good men love and they up better thfin the founders uf the The dmoci acy will doubtless ioel greatly staggered to thus be told that they arc such arid reckless class to whom the law of he land a grjat obstacle that they comprise all theJtltibustersajidbutcan md siECLLATOKs ox and hate restraint Who is tnisJSflward But hear him discourse sweetly upon the merits of purty which is fading away like Ihe hue of autuiiinal leaves before the wintry blast otlicr party presses upon men the con stant and habitual restraint of tlie U owes no allegiance to but owes Uto the toil of their fathers who founded the Govern owe it to the luw which their only and though those opposed to them may have swuy to yet the spirit which reverence and which has been the hope of tho now its future obey the rare That the wlujs alone obey the they h u c proved past hope of the coun and are now future hope wnot this capital not the first polit ical prineipil cf the old party is in cx i 01 hardly adt ocated All the great acts of the country performed b the democratw while tbe whig leader iiivc fought a life time in useless oppo uion and have followed thoirdoetrincs to genius and but the measures abandoned and j Lst parigripli Vthich WL is the of the Demo ntsTcati it the term irtv is riot a 1 a party midc up of tbo e do not go Jaw arid do go for tlie will of dea of those who propagated it originally In I speak ofthe principle con nocted with the history of modern Europe I his idea was v f irar ible one in whose writings this rcm irkable pass ige ocuursi hit the pe J ilo wilts is Antl whv rightV Jsot is comfortable to justice the ntcrests of mankind or the great purposes modern politictl but bccausethe iCople hud the and just as much ight is the will of the king of bc he has the power to execute his Ilcro we arc by Ktltcard that fthp democratic party is An insiO iot a but or nn unmeaning J im mediately tho spoiler a who do not go for hut for tlio vill of man i What of m the MIS not Kn AnJ the democratic is omporcd in the mfimoub of least by inference unJ impliw tbe idea of as now hUned to that of the Creign of ter ir What can be said of a is necessary to say one word 2 The speech ins been Its author has chTirg d that it was murdered by the and ot given he iitttred it The speech come ut in tbo Louis duly but was ot inserted in any of their weekly Vo hope that this is tho We profess bo fair and sincere pohtict anil we ive Mr B ites the credit of his disclaimer rc shall await tho reissuing of thta ad ross vith when we will give its au hor all tbe benefit of his maten il any aio in the other will oro fully notice thia nnd up io ablic extcntion apartizan who will so gross assail and malign a great political party r his embracing as high id as much honesty of as any other olitical body of the I Pro is honest and because In his he believes and is ready to sustain in good faith that very Platform which the Tribune and its EXECRATE and SPIT ieoture on the Relation One of a series of lectures upon Social Re tioos was delivered on Sunday evening at o the iVesbyteriitn corner Brqome and Kidgu by tor of the Toe attendance was very itad lecturervftut Ui tcned to throughout with marked r The tfabject treated of wis thtf of the Conjugal aud the lecturer took for his text the 22d verse of the ISth Book of Proverbs 6ndctii i fimleth a and favor of the A whoin the original acceptation of the was a and not one who bore tbe conjugal relation without a faithful disctiarge of its clearly pointed out in this The 14th verse of the sumo and the 4th verse of the 12th an illustration of the character of wife alluilcd The representations timed in those cbapters were itbio to tbe female and 4hey bore hard also uf perils oC matrimonial They not pres cut tliey had reference rather to not to They who entered into the marriage it had been well snidj a die greatest next the lost throw for Happiness or life op were to result wise or unwise jndghieht of nian in se Itcting his partner for 2so considera tmn of pecunirtry gain nor sensual gratifica tion should for a moment be allowed to gov ern our objects at stake were too imp for The reverend lectufV er referred to upon men tp the of their admiriition n being highly detrimental to theirinterests in very Mens passions often made them Jearn TO overlook the errors of the object of their and even to look upon theircrimes wth many al This admiration Ltheir and endeavored to justify its fur as But this habit of pallia tion would have the effect of not only blind ing those to whmn it add but the in accustoming ourselves to cieuse glo5s over vicious ivc lost our early hatred wo tolerated it arid unfortunately very many become vicious Let his feeling of palliation be strengthened by intercoursewith the object of and thnse tender endearments that constitu cd a great portion of the cvcryday lovo ma and will very soon become to ovevica Tim lecturer dwelt upon this branch of the subjectat great and then depicted the difficulties thatsur rounded the young wife where she had link ed her fute with un irreligiuus or inc betivecn whom and her i wide di if opinion Passing from he urged the importance of ftirly hc marriages of but rccommendetl hat the sexes enter tfic conjugal relatiun oon after attaining their That vas the period nt whichtie respontlbility of he marriage rekttioa might be he prospect of the result being a The minds of both were ductile and and so could assimilate their tern an element in securing mpnincss in the marriage He oppos ed Itfcrring marriages until a man bad ac uired weattb the left a man rithout the jitensures of the domestic 6 sweeten his ot Thus he became to lhinfcf f himself and his mind nnd disposi on iost iosurmountable which proved au al istacle to an assimila ion oftastes mid opinions when te undertakes the responsibilities of mntfimo dwelt with much Sect and ut corisidenibfe fength upon tbe MrtancVof mcnmuking a prudent exerciao f their judgment in the selection of a in view of tt e foregoing which owing to want of we rony hint nnd tho importance of our making tho to us to attain s estimated that the ie Little Jfiami will reach during the present   

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