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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - November 19, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                s ruBLifiHEfc J SHOWS jAaG i ol the JtaHf anil Tl Courier W EKIOVl r IS op JUTES OF ADr DAILY dumi ttat irmkf t a W U for mast btbaJedltt E1TES OF TV TTEEKLT B of trrt 1 1utTt IB eooctrtfon wicb rntr ne of the finest ad most MwrtmwiS ot Cook and Fancy Job BU DEEDS CARDS Job Wort ml ttUacttyhoiiIJrcmetabor Sustncss WISE Is AKD Short stwetst dealera ui and sep7 iECOMI 0E m Saddlcrv Hardware Coachmaken Red and rB f tc WHOLESALE DBALERS IN BOOTS AND South side Alton fc TMPOBIEES WKOLESALS Bealers L descriptwas of tnd AND BE1AIL dealers in folool VV nmecuoncons and black wall window looking and fancy and Alton DEALERS IN CLOTH EiB IWOISJISajOES SAIa t ANB Abo Commission nnil Foriranlins MARK P1EBSON t 6JJE PKICE CASH MORGAN 4c DEALERS IN OILS DYE I BLAIR i WHOUSALE COMMISSION ANT FORWABDDiG ilEHCaANTS and HYR1J2 FORWAKDJDTG AW OOMillSSION ilEKCHANIS Frootaati DEALERS IN DRY BOOIS AND ics TTUIPPJUG t WHOtEaAtE AiD KPIA11 denlcra in and shoes dry goods clothing and famiJr gro ceries corner of State DIU P E die West ItomcKinUiy Ctercaad 0 ironld mlorm the citizem that nad woul 1 offer 1m proftsHrtjiml enieca to izcn of the place icmicj profcsewaallr be may found ttt IDS on one door east of the ISAAC WHOLESALE DCALCn in stai Jind f goods raicT goods dotllia wl and f umiahms generally fc Co ASD BBTAIIj dealers V V dyo pijrfuuierv patent window and cveiy thins in Uieir line of Second rr undcriplcd tJxesplttusnroin mEinnmg Uie pnbiietbat after ajmcucoof 17 vcsrsin German in the United to 0017 IB and 1 to J rattice sinn Hoiscs doefced and altered J1ARHV t WHOLESALE AXI KETitt DEALERS in Window Patent corner of Sec end and Hi DEBOW fc oots and JLX CommisSiira and For warding aieretante SJIITU 2 Piasa WBOLESALE i Grocers and iJeal f cis in Foreign domestic Constantly on band evcrr thmg in the roeerr and bestaasortmentof Pare Fonsiga Xnqtton everoQend in this Caan paid lor all kinds of Country dwly V HEW1T AXD HEIAtt Dealers in Drj W Made Clotting IToA Corner ot Second and Alton mCB We to be eqnal m finish and to anything of the lind Wert of way29dwtf W W VT DEALER IN North of Second next door to Ryan 4 Alton fj ALL Clocks and TTfttcncs cntmsiea to tuB care Trill be repaired in siroftaianlileinan mirrantcd to run well ferine year n band a fine assortmenHif articles enraner which lie trill on fie most lib eral Cash paid for old silver my29dwu CHARLES COMMISSION i PORWARDDiG MBBOHAJJT FrmteLccu THE snbscrjbwiavuis ample tore his semees ms a Commission and Fonrarouiff mer and wul pjTelns attention To tbtnell ineTwmving or forrrarding of prod e orjnerchan iise uponany of IDs will bo reasonaHo I pared to attend to tho formiiding of c and packages of every to i dtortvj H AVISO roeeoflrra Sited np the large store room I im HOW jreparcd to receiv o on merchandise and inoduooof crerv m toe jnost reason choice selection of every description and yK just and for saleby J RYWE CO i Opposite J1H1 NEW TVATKERvTHEtPS OF A HE now opemn m tht formerlv Aoconpiedlr B4J Fergoson n nlete assortment of idccled hi oneof tic in Tork and ButonJ sutiniof ulllinisof Drv Goods Shoes of taranmce Co f Of Sew T Menowprcpsrij to insure building and tliew Alton and vicin on tnejmost fovor capital enables ani promptly NEW STAGE rnOM JTACKSOVOTEKIO STAGE from JatteonvWe to leav Wtinowajt ana Bi oinffinori rs KM conSct with a Jn vteeMy line of Vrnnninf aluto northern be to cive azld genderfluslmft D J ATSXJESTEYSK or on Sd eorner of nit v A J ZiNotary TnUic nnd Commissioner for the Staw MisjonnfortakmEtlcpiaitions OEco Ion UiejEighth not T CEO IT iu ivi ATZOBSEY AND AT AXD XOIATIY J f rom whence ttieyflowvrr i We UppenQ tUo jsroclliination O JOUIV AIIOBKK5 ASD OOUSSEWK ATJiAW Uaconpm county GOODR1CU KAPP ATIOKSE1S AND COUNSELOBS C H ROBERTS AraoBiszY i JUSTICE OF THE fllESTMJl fc CILBfiRr ByS iASTDC00KSKLOBSi DAVU f UEfKC S BAKEIU1 AIXOKNETSAOT COUNSEWKS AI AND OBSEBALXAND AGEvTS FOR THE SrAltf Olive one door from Lonis Mo IS AT iKD GESIBAtT IAND A C iniVTOur AITOEKEY AND COtTNSEWE AT AND JUSTICE OF THE m Attoriier olXawi teri 01 OFFICE on nearly onposixe tbe Presby tcrian Church dvrlr i eOBOiSER OP AM JUS IKE OF THE eomer of nod n Offlce al M XN F Insurance Co A TTOBKBTiitlnw practicesin MiSwari and Al Office on Secondfret Alton I JUSTICE OP THE NDIART LAM OiSce over the store of Gw Alton MEDICAt Dr P TV locates liimself in nspeotf ally tetdera bis professional services to Uie citizens of this community Office over J SocoiKWareet E iiiiunr professional services to A of Alton nnd ale may lonnd at 3mg Store of A Barry 4 corner of faceond and J i t e residence of HECHAKICS W BOOKBnider and ntmt Book ilannlaoinrcr St publican betwee Main and Loais BOSVTELI t 4 OHSAMENTA Fulnlers rTlHET will pay particular attention to the pain ing of all kinds of wood and marble iniiuition Gilding Glazing Paper banging Wall Coloriri and done in the neatest Shop in Inunliull Brown 8 buildms on 2d streel ovTrM Henrys itayifl dwit MAKERAND Illinois Herchaat Tailor and t Second constantly on hand a good and well select JX cd stock Cassuneres and whirh he will mule up to order in the v cry best rnmij ncr and vnth nromptitodc Jtenuhmg of every dcscnptu n HAKXISS AND 1 r I 1 AthisoldfitnndjinSecond tceepe constantly On hand a good assortment of y rf ladies und gentlemens of Ulo stylo and Kason harness all dnv and cart do Orders torn a distance ptonrptly ittcndfd to JOUN A in Daguerreotype apparatus Instructions given in tho nil tire late csntinuesmilli ranoiu branches Bemg connected rfith enables hiniitu on the most favorable terms and he irill tindcrtake to furnish and complete nulls of any description oj Twitiact or oft andgnamnty tliein to be eanal tonny in tha conntrv Satisfaclorv rcfcrcncesgivcn if required jmavMvrtf OneHnndreil Dollnri nB above nswardirai oo paid to anypenon irbo will irvciuch information will to tlie de tection and conviction of ibe or persons wno rnalicioasiy placed a tie Ihe traclt of tbe Alton 4 Sanzamon at GnlieLs on the morning of the 1st T 4 d41w SuptA 2 btlj luuced o 10 do tanners 10 oliL irfialo 30 dirtarl oil 5 do flo lOdoneaffifoototl jestMceived per Co BtAIR ba Tiasn Tjetween Jhird nd ILL TUB anderiglcil tianUa Car tie rerr liberal patronage he has hcretoforeTeceiveil WtM pleas ure lajnforttunf his friends thepabUejthatJiii stock of having neen incrensed bv recent cannot in tee eirr vTell Bossy and Saddle IiroTS on t Bmtt on ond He best attesbMi given them BCCCr ASD JOB WOBK OF KKDS PBIPOR1IED rKC J between ond 4thJ informs Ihe that be if Jtt extensively ensafedm tW above holds himself m nerflf in Ins line em oe aove ntrcadmcg tocHcotc nil roan nerfl in ns lne tJutfelmvy toToroJ mtn Ifc is nowjsettins np tc not be mijasied for light dnrabaityj laiU neniSmsb J neniSmsb All work imrmi THE m tbo r TP penoiui wish tarnnif ffoicT that SH01 feclBinfesilit fliB cxcellentisentiments by Gov rFfeuchtbliis proclama Vill b6 to by every one who lealitcsthe un cere numberedblessingswi over both theregular democratic also over tho in the district having been thepnneipal moverln bringingColBisscll people of the Eighth it is becoming in that and gltfry overhis because the support it gave to its Vhig the feeblest bt cause it would meansto breakup theUemocratio1 and support any3 the exclusion of n if that r J Teata has Spread so mnthmiseij and death oiz 12 t qi ft Uonsi0f ting article Jxom tbe of e commend to tb the 25tb day of ijovemualnext as a day of tuanksgivr VOE and prayer Til testimony whereof I licrenntowt my hand anil to jjc The St Lome Bepabhtan and the elec tioainthe Enjhtlf Congressional Bia4 av j i L The Republican is ition in frcdy bcstinred apd en foeil by Ulepoople of toe isiaw dorms tlicyear that is to offer gnitrfoi trii bate thkuksginng and to the JUisficnser of Jprt of pcvfe ontifjbrcli ner tjic the 01 pr conferrp4 up1 recoromcridto bopo tenttoa tliejuwiflread and examine of the vdie Ce2urktnfy tniscfacf there viz tlrS cCol elect in the Eighth CongrebSional District in lilinoTfij IT rued in the vote for Congress arc publishe the majorities ore decided epougli jo satisfy any Mr the a long way behind an election are a good manj circumstances about the Il linois election tp that the people of that Democratic It do not a bv a caucus of equivalent to An election For years it hisbeen too much tho however worthless ho might ifhe had tbe endorsement could be elect ed rlneihe late election tlysjiag proven not to baHo3 and several gentlenien of the h we been put upon the shelf for life The abuse of the convention is fast working Lits own are inclined it will soon f or prejudice the cause of any onewhoaccaptsanomination In the above the Republican ad nuts in a very formal that the mem hers of the Baltimore winch nominated Gen made fools ofthem and tbe United were and altogeth er too to elect what supposed to be the TYlugai ailabtlily j Far different was it m the Eighth Oongressionil district Xhe Convent that isscinblcd at neith er looted to personal nor availa hke ivbo viewed only the interests of tho distnetsf they and v ho had no eye to future personal ad selcetad from among the aspi rants to such as they thoughtJbcsfr caj diluted interests of dis and menj who were parti me of either by being at torney for a private Railroad a still more equivocal wonld discharge their and tbeinvhple to tbeir constituents irhj troultl not desert thcipost in for the pur pose of filling their own now and Tor and wlio when an old and worn calkd up onthemfdr issistance in obtaining from the his jnst does turn a deaf or unwilling eir to hu and spend iiis time nwiy from the seat of he iril old wife and lioness cbiTtl might b left to st irvc We at the the Republican it1 Conventions We hive no doubt our inafninoth3 neighbor has hati enoogh ef since tbe Baltimore nomination a candidate for the Whig of which the editor of the 5 1 Louis Republican wis one of the chief and bag liean repudiated by the we it is no wonder that the Me andother organs avail ed themselves of the Democracy of the 8th to gather some crumbs of comfort and their shout for n certain nho3 as a to relieve them from the terrible defeat have experien ced in every other we feel somewhat indulgenl to the as it has lost every thing in the Presidential and State as well is ihe We almost a1 sympathy with our and although advised of wo a disposition to overlook and speak n not i of and entertain hope that at the nesfc tho Republican will be fotwd adrociting side of and not compelled to take a trip up Salt river such men for company as they now have in ChicagoT Democratic Press say than on AH 3ay a crowded bouse was assembled atSt Josephs ChurchjNortli to lioar a gentleman ol some consider able celebrity preach on the About 11 oclock the gallery gave and thoseVho were in to lie A terrible scene of cnsncdj and it was truly wonderful no one wfls killed Several werej verysonously ed Jiladyliy tho name of Sirs Fisher had ber head fiadly and wasialherwise woan ded J Wfrfeinnot learn that any areso badly bart that tHey are Dot likely to ixscovcr i Don Everett his been invited by the committee of sirrangemenU at to eulQgy on Daniel Web before tbb authorities of Boston THE OLD STATES opening in tbo aW States is bringing inb rdemiind of public hitherto deemed wholly worthless York commercial correspondent oT the Wash rsiys the nomKers grants who arnre in tie 5preard1rnnidlf over the ai fongcr novieek exclusively the dif Western ivgter coursfeT fSut1theToTngneg fecttidlractl have i Tnhmi j wh fog commSria a e ndis5515nHnf tie PosP itemdiw about to Jwwnuttaofad tronTBenicia tojnjobottWortcmilrafroin Son Frtncisdo fSucrain former ts us of tho wisd in and goodness of the Supreme tficnifW of favors Iho Crescent City difficulty had been Busted iHlifl future lowed io land and receive her anils jrhdpav sengcrs as but Purser1 Smith was prohibited from landing if he remained it ii i jar j A better feeling prevailed on the part of the authorities of Culia towards American citizens since the visit off the U S steamor Iowhatttn Com Newton hid stfrenl inter views with the Captnin and itHvns understood that he litter bad admitted that had acted affairof theCres cent Citfj and was Tvilhng to mate a btiita butunBor circumatances would he permit Mr i 1 this 23d day of rjjj State ti of A V TBE 3 GOXD JtoVEUBCTa iPhila phia Bulletin learns from thfr United StAtosi 3fint in that citj thatihe amolmt ofCDmnge m flaring the ofiOo hus been about Tlu gives a fair idea of the amonnt of bullion dcpositcdfrom California daring ib6 aij are generally During the same period tbq specie to foreign coanrries tnvo been loavmg o handsome receipts over exports to be added t6 tbe excess noticed at previous period Tbetegs imounfcof re coived byf tbe Georgia at New Will probably be nearly all deposited in n dav or twOjmating a handsome sum to begin jjo vembrwiUT BRinsn iajeccntrcport of the Secretary of the Railway Department of the Board of appears that the increase railway qommunication Great has so great in any of the preceding years since 1844 Commencing fiorn that period there was a rapidlyrprogresaire increase in the number of miles Opened daring cich sue cestiveyear This increase reached itsmax imum inlS4S3 in which yeor mTla of railway vveto added to those previously open ed for the conveyance of Ihe yearly progress since IF n pidly tbe number of miles open cd during tho list year hafe Duly amouuted to of which 174 are in 9 in and SO in Ireland whole ex tent of railway communication open for tnffie in tho United Kingdom at the end of vrhich in the different parts of the kingdom in the following proportion In England and fl ales In fccotland IwO In Ireland H24 Total niriiscpen fu nnblic traflicin the Im The U S steamer Com New to on left Havana for Vera Cruz on the morning of the 2Stb Trom thence return to Penancola Kodka had made her appearance the luaon andivas vvellroceiMBd on two occasions f i i We perceive a new line of propeller steam ships is advertised in the Havana papers to run between that port nnd era touching at lampico Iho called the to arm eat Uavana on the30th J i Ar small newspaper has been started it Sajnm la Grande The Diana de la Marina says Uiit in a late bull fight at Havana two picadors re mained hors du combat J 7 f The agent of the Pelayo has published a oirdm the IlaMpa stating that tbe paper was suspended in consequence of the state of public feeling raised by iho news and exagg rations by tho Cresaent Diana de la Manna says of this affair J The editors of the Pelayo being threat ened vtth believevve know with that tho ilayor of the utr under that he could not afford them the nominal protection afforded by tbe illusory laws insinuating aloo refined anything winch might bappeii to the editors Of the Pclaijo well merited by and that bo wonld oven lend to tho act all the grave weghtiof his municipal We knew beforehand that as tbe anuent Koman Eopnbhc had a consular other modern republics enjoy bvspecul a Lauch dtcUtorship We hnve good authontv for stating th it the on tho receipt of information that the editors of tho Ptlayo feared an at give stringent orders to tbe every preparation was made to pnAont any ittempt at which would hivo been earned out h id one been made AS c can al so that no attemirt i In o the recenteountor feiU on the Bonk of that instita tion has ordered a new water marked like fhc notes of the Bank of r Charles G clerk of Com missary Generals met with a ing and sudden death at Washington on the 20th of October lie b ul been on a ducking nnd when erosmngthe river on the to pay his leaning his gun amst his shoulder It suddenly hbcharg scatteringhis brains in a shocking man He was about thirty six years of and leaves a and7sevcrol young thil drcn i disagreeable old b whose proposal to nwrry was refused lor the teenth hut by a young lady of a sister city was heard immediately afterward to dehvera most bitter philippic against the fair seilngeneral He concluded by reinar Luig that the reason ADAX was put to before tbe creation of liVEflom his lay in the had he been he nev er would have consented such outrige upon his future and that broth ftsT The Cincinnati of the athinst siys r et large number of rnefnl notat all improved by the ondenoo of a close intimacy with decantersand long necked bot have been observahleabouttownforthe last two davs Whether this facial phenom enon is to be attributed io tho late election or we do not know new steamer of called the Geo and intended to a pick etbetweeniScnJYorkmdChagreswas launch ed last j i e Jcctor of Trinitv 5f Tj refuied the me of that building for religion on tno of the funeral of the Duke of Wellington J steamer Queen City ran agroundiin a dense fogon the night of tbe 26th about cthtmilesfrom Brie By the assistance of other steamerS offrjwith tho loss of her entire which vyas thrown She was tow ed to Dunkirk for repairs i foltOTtng taUes exbibitjlhenumbcr oCvotes at each of tho Presidential elections for tho last twentvfivc years r Tears t t No oPVWes r l i 1 IG2ifl8 1832 t WB Ji84l 3tli ireJosr 1848 l ftwiliTjoFeen nnmber intfio country was nearly the whole population of the attheclosa of the Rerolntionary yftff T f person who taows nothmg of the this life enough to flrnns ffiat aWctinnwith generalidnsW rhoopins anH Hevafc a sprained ankle to ihe dignity of a broken dnlhof she to a with sTme it oicws from the ilfc Jlli4 lliestcainsliip Black WamorvCn atMobilc 3on Saturdr crossing the Bar at a pjiiirtw p K Stie1 nftdothe run from NOD Havana in four dtvjs and than tloDutAarjlttn made She reuiiiheS four thenranrVoia the Mort io Mobile bar rn ty nine hours Shehas sev j senjfersfirMobileand New Orleans We arc ifiacbtca to Mr IOTT the an6 of Diafit de la circum h1 toWnl An the the World An Irub tbe Sdjast the fullowingaccount to its readers as tie authentic number of vessels and onnage be longing to the ilifTcioot countries Great Sri tain a Hamburgh Belgium of Good Evpo 150 000 JW UOO Uj J2t 3 1W05S 11000 1JIU3 700 4000 101 Si 410 609 12o 3 977 Cejlqn Mauriloa Iticany Prussia Total 10 671S4 Somewhat as Mrs Fuddvduddv might but there is a slight mistake in reg ird to the tonmgo of the Lin whuhiaset down us official make the amount up to Juno 4D 9a whiih show n differ ense in Brother Jonathnrtof OSS ton Lave scon make the amount flfVur tonnage thin that of Ore it vvbeebcrthev were mthentie3 or not we cannot say We hive no however that six since the sUtemcnt of tho Reg of the Ireasurv Department was miilc out the tonnage of tho United States far ei Cceds that of Great Britain and all its West orth acifte Gibralter and Including tbe Lohos Voting far the Outdone lt for ideain tho records of mankind Itwas thoughtthat every pos sible variety of human conduct had been ex Solomon himsetf had said that there was nothing Ihe rejection of the just and had been often done ice had done its utmost against human vir tue Athens had banished AnsCidcs and England had beheaded fcvdnev Nor was there anything wanting to human degrada Kerneonce mode a horso an Lraporor But in Americawe have done perior to all this We hivo prm cd that tho United Statesmanoutdothc worldln unything and badnoex iftence In the most intellectual wty in the 0mted less than the renowned city uf vnds of people vojed deadjnan for President Ihey could not be iris for they hid rheycouldndtbeliove the clcdiion would raise the for the 3ti6ns nrcjcameil on atfcoding Con containno sach power In they evidently inUnded to give llle world a ndw Us Boston is the Ath ch9 of America it wi proper that riue fdh should SlO vv hat Athena woa mcdplble ot beyond ill ancient idols of e tber thb nubluno or the Tridiculous Uencaforth Eos tdnstmtls alone in thisiiew ideality of iiero worship J ITie field hnve bid monamcnts baift to cu6gies their ashes s altered in inflthe r nitues cknbmzdd in never befoie have voted fur a9a President public G u tbo price ofBntish railroad ron has Iieonso many contractors on roads now in asain3thf were purchased wooW fie This loss id1 cBangS in tnetaariet maj creit mgscaoos obstaolea to th progress tho worW We know not the stipulations of tho he face it and actpromptly and oincicnily IB total quantity of un sold land bolongrofto ot the Hose acres receiv Cfl 177J an of per acres On the line Jim of satuuriweTagoici fifteen and no Jjuyfirs price ofTtno Out of that the bcrtetotl e Ten fail iiditheraremainsto it Io7 incudmgoAehalf1pflthat which had been so upon the market At land BaWtbis taleif np at per eraze and it willbe Came m mind that tho Ixeeix much highcrjjot for each agaii long were ncglactod buyers sit untedas per 4na offife followe nasasa years on the marketfShuwneetown over 30 over 25 in i Ce anfl oae half qribdui fiiiw part of would6bVeVeenigfidlo for is throuA the influence of tho r6ad getting forholTin the rali6 of tSjOOOjODO for tho hole f OurjCurreapOndcnt will bear m mmtl thos aVe not estimaleB or fancj biit actual accdunlUales Jt is the which ehocehnds hive rcceirerf by being opened to not a one at the through the lake ports to the coast dad but being put connection writh vthe Suuth and thegrowing citica of thrt ilis is indndin St great ufacturing Tcgion the which is destined one day thechief locality for themanufactures oC the mast draw a v en considerable proportion of jits raw ma terial and supplies from tho country dnined rotdanj its and those who are now locating along thatroutc unmindfulOf tbedeinands which will be Tha immense changes which will be made lathcielations of Illinois throogh the com pletion of this may be estimated in the following table distances Miles lime DisotoX 0 bystmr 84 K 47U 24 1000 This connection w Mobile is in and ic runs through nftrsevehcountiesin MifasiSbippt and Ala the population of in and now ov cr The chief products of these counties are cotton and to supplies must be drawn from the nilroadvvhichpassesthroughthern The leading products of in 1S40 and were us follows Wheat Corn Tobacco AVuol Butter Chcese Hay Jlomp Wine bush buh Ib Ib Ib Ib ISoO 044129 obb Oil tone fallons 474 in U Hides 34 fwl This presents an increase in nnd they are commencing to re aiize more fully tlieir bncausethe dis advantages ot time and distance from con trulling markets are more decidedlybrer j observed in the above figures that C at the eunjuence of the uhii ind Mississippi will be ueirer to Mobile bj Ran road than Buffalo greei of events among our Southern reigh borB is such to extend ed relations ith p irticu hrlv nnd nmvvv ell he doubted howfr the great Weatera the prodaeo of the may more direct mlrket through the Southern Cities to the Uulf of JlexicorVThelUinbU Itirer now discharges its freight by steamers at where the irnvuls from that section ire ibout bOJ per annum V Iar0e portion of thitfreight ch mges into larger steamers for the miles The Central with its two mighty drains a much larg er ind richer turfacA of its from ml hive half the distance to reach Or tang at ona third tbe time and oneh ilf the freight bncli a difference in favor of the ensuring to all those on the line of its operation a Southern mar ket over those whodepend upon water car U S STATISTICS subjoin the census of X York and Cincinnati To our surprise we find in Cincinnati as largo a proportion of for eigners as in the great Commercial Empon urn Vewlork Cincinnati o3 The elements tho foreign table are wide ly different r i j Cincianab England 9 pec cent England G ner cent Irehnd54 Ireland 2i ScotlandS Tranee 111 Prance H2 Germm derm in b3 Others 10 Others 3 100 oo oS30 180 172 Flour inspected nt Pittsburgh for tho month of 18j2 Superfine v Total C1S8 BAUBAROUS A CIVILIZED COOLERS of the inostnot iblu m irks of distinction bft tweeii civ ihztition inu barb irism is the dif fcrdut rnmncr in whicn food is prcpareclTor the table Takcj for article tha Indians merely Singe the ouime carcass and roost it whole their more civiltzcJ white brother disguises tbe damy morsol in the form of Tim French esrel ll iSher nations in rcfming food A irenehinnn who catered for the students of Idle joaa wasm thehiljlt of serving up old nuiusers much idnnrcd ioup ihe students were uiirr when tbe fdoncoasfWnd w is disciiv and m afow dajs there was nothing left of the old frenchman s but miscdi vneom nssortuunt of the ravv m iter for Eddie strings TSoston Lira arji scunt intcrtoUn nn4 novei case cunQ off list week before Clark fm justicc of the pe of which the fol lovviHgirethoparticullrs i TvrBrmein Uyingin Xho sirao across the oniito il to tradwives pro ttmfars Tule ion iTelfvcred and motion lionusmoo hlj when her old to her new ignited W tradjs Dut ths othor p the arm would not consent qn tereilnf cjimpliiintagani t tlijfpajTana upon cxaimnition they were uunraittcd to the eoantT ThKfunniest compLimedXand Ihoy unpunished wniuj P1 f state of Ufa where SS for Wheat 55to tor choice ti hite Cora aoel and fair 44aiJ5 prime tvhita and yellow 48tj Hangalore and Cannamore or of which latter slots Hrnow slowly undergoing of jBifinctioniV ic laihe port of Bckull J run ft itf sectstnis line is a Nsw Ohio at mess scRtco nria sides 7 shoulilers Lard prime bTls 1Q12 Corn 00 ti Whisky f Ougm 6i Cscap JEeeliags Jj fhi ww dlsmgu hed fo the uonitncnceinent of those re ligion ifl ths whith TnttoSncca the pr ictico of holding ciinp mcenngs United Stares Taiswork epmmencaa un der tho united labors Of two thir other a Methoaist ongregatiDu m femnneri and ihe other in imith lenijessee In the jear 1799 iftey act off on a tone to gether throng1 the Barrens in J onthelrHv iy stopped it a scttjcoj iearfverjto attend the adtninistcnag ofthe the Kev Mr n Xho McOhces and others preached oa thra oc and the congregation vvere ftston lj affected Sao1 was ibe movement cvidcntlr trie im purSM of dime that Kbge ind R loft the tha McGhces continued in Win ilttdhee soon felt a gov cr over thit not seeming to know wh it ha left his soot and sat down on the while John sat trembling under a oonsetoim neas uf the God In tue meantime there VMS jjreit solemmt aid weeping ill ov or the house He iris expected to bar could noffrom he good resulting irom this thus casually induced the 31c jhees to appoint another on Mudd river Ihere a vast tcmcourso of people assembled under the fohige of the and continued exercisesdayand LjThis novel vvaj of worship attracted itteu tion In the night the was illuminated with lig ted lamps or torches together with the stillness of the the solemnity rested the po nted and earnest mannci with which the preacher exhorted the people to reoent prayer and produced tho uiost iwful sensitions in the of ill and it the of not Ieij linn one sotils A greitcr ot ol their semfuide VA thoagh rnneS at1 tacheil toJthMriSiefa Through Coorg rugged pi eight mdeu Jljsore tho ffertefia tad in hands of furmd a key to operations in over j t ILmjoud desperate attempts flydcf mUe to betouio master ot mid a so of extending histemto rietf on the otherside of the tot until feodd m tha the then eime to bjs 08313 canes Fhe w was sttrpnaed and carried u vay to and pla JcU in rigid and severe captmtv ETen then hoTever Coorgefcs made a deaperf to tho bubjogation of tneir it vyas devastated ruther than eon the granti nrric of our visitor escaped from the dreadfo crnclties Coorgc tha euthu sinsai ith which they received and weleota ed back the lost And he was wor Ihyof his trove he Tcpalsd in attwic of unaided bj he had fully maintained his when out uetvvceu Iippoo and Comwailis Ihough unable to to oar assistance crovtda of trtopj like theN or such ef fective as rto tho Kajah of tha no unimportant part in thia hecoarejed the Bombay division ot the army through his attended it with rffthe force he could fought hko a lion m tbe battle that ensued rand madehim stlf remarkable on its conclusion forhia ad nuratiou and delignt at British valoar Ha passed along the lines of our address ed the European and enthusiastical ly exclaimed that heroes like the to be carriedjn jioc bo m to the field of Great m respect as Lord ConwaUis he was geacst m his snse of He bad chastised and humbled not for any attack oa but for wanton outrage on a British and when he dcpr ved linpoo of half h s he partitioned them fairly against the allies valour h id aided the for getting the Itaj in or Coorg In the prelim in iriej of peace no express provision was madefor the Rajahs protection but in the dra of file tcaty Iippoo wai m iJc resignall pretensions to Coorg Intending ty take a t rnbie revenge on tho II yah iippoo rejected the troatv on thit ana it was not until Lord Cernwal lis h id re pomcd guns against Sermga th it Iippos h jstaje vca prref ntcd the doeument rallied in all entirety to JLord meeting of the s imo kind was hold sooa af if on De has near the CamberTand ri at flhich many thousands ittenJed At gatherings the people arc described by an eye as falling under she power of the like eorn before a storm of anil th it thus arising from the dust Divine glory beaming upnn thcxr gave utterance to strain of ecstatic gratitude In them the j his rendered familiar to English eyes and numbers v ho atterdea then continual m jmemo ies drawn togetherbv scene which ntirctj s picture r the desu c of tbc gratific ition of cun aswere the consequences of Ccrnwillus victory m the su mamcU to prw tivo prineiH u their impressions In the numbers which attended those Conw il is and showed to which were in hit bceoine them that vve nothcr ie or allia in immense It one hJJ m Cibin ijtime of in the Presln ten in mini ter who vis present nd hour of trimnph took in active estimated tho number a jhe It of Coo g longsurviveJ tms the le s thin twenty thousind thisprcat chief even of his remi mng to List i2 th Methodists and Presbytenans olr nttace 1 tiep anJ eshitiiting all united theu seeming to bear down all opposition The is represented wcg beei indescno ibi awful Few if un cacipeJ tntnoutbeingifieetcd Such i tried to run from were frequent on the or impelled by some olaroi nig igntltj return NocircumiUnccat tin meeting thin the pjretu tint fell on the third mJ re imtmed ansc uu of extern il objects for hours toother To prevent their trod ncn under foot by the they were collec ed togetlier and laid out in on but occobionallv presented with gifts 05 tho higher jul ti4of a Hindoo pnnce He of the few Indian sovereigns on whom l prouaunces eulogmm Jo him th lather of oavis tor and on the of thelats Rajah ibo now denosed prineu became the Rajah of Loon Ila ITS to hire ot ht ju nacic ne opejcd Coorg Ev and to render them attractive to English he erected it proper where they were no eiu rtomci at ha two squ of the meeting until a con ider ible p irt of til floo w u wucre tf ev remained in chirge of tbair friend until thev should pas through the str mge phenomena of their com ernon But tnegre it meeting it exceed ed ill Xhe uumber that fell at this meeting was reckoned at aniohgwlibm considerable 1his profuse generosity led to abuse tho Resident at Mysore inter ferred anil orders were issued to prevent tivrelkrs from pass ng Coors with out perait tion of the Bn authorities The cuuntrv beciime hermetically the Uiscussions and disputes follow 0J auj n hem tleRajjh accused f were several Presbvterian who ac cruelt es on hid ilibjects cording to then own had hither ueit personal offence w is given to bia high to onl pod e Bed i speculative knowledge of bv ome ospicssion of the im rehginn the forma profes ercupontaelxajah the and the met i ith oae common ind confessed with erjuil can thit thev were of thn knowledge of God ind strangers to the cion of JususClm t Jn consequence ot such a vast peih ips vio it miv slight tlo of it w is impos ible for one person tvvecn him and to ajdress thev were divided j t CT summoaed him to mortal arbitrament of the At this period Ms conduct was h ips vio it miv slight ly ot tho insfnitv winch at one time was thought to be in his lamilv At ill events 15 inatters to a disastrous issue bc and this Madras three divisions of the Madns into everil ond aiijie as m i jriry to reduce hiu to subordma nj ditTc ent while the whole grovt one of them repulse but the othTS ut beejnio voe il ivitli the oE 1 were too strong Briti h power and at pierced with the cries of it sent him to of a pension and an distressed penitents before tV nosed Coorg to Iho MadraspresideDcy efiect pe nil irly striking at night may have been but which was ranges of fires r Jeetinlight waiting in i generous recollection the branches of tbc c tn Of fie s rv lees rcndereil in 1790 to Lod dies ind tha enure en jCmnvalhs Departing from the of lulraorti lJBIi Jcf behind him a well doini ind pros moving to and some n roui peop e to h s fimuVand priying for and vho to tins davmourn his do ill presented a sceneidosenbobly solemn and posil auJ regret his Io0s iddtbit huhighness has become lliesc meetings soon spread through ill i convert to Christi that bis principal tho settlements in tho anl suen wts object in vi iting England 5 to place h3 tbe eagerness of the people to that 11 of about elevens cars entire neighborhocds w ere inJ the j und r the patronage of the to be TO ids literllv crowd if b those cclucitcJ and rurtar Inpm the Christian fonvardonther wiy to ticgruves As inJ that our old General Jure ind Presbyterians usu ilH united tbosC they the nitoe of Oeieral Camp Meelmyt Tho proini ncnt clorgymen on these were the ths Rev Messrs and of the and U ilium AVifiiain John Bcnjiinm and flcnnr of Mcthbdist Cbureh From the it will be seen that t imp meetings originated nth t Ihfv were not th resale of a previously pi n nor iid comience ith th Meth but Sicnunenal occiwmn on the Presbrt where tbre v is sach in exhibition f the t nine th t the mectinfr was protrieted to an bcuy noi eJ others to tbc pi imd in sucli bersthat no housa could hoU thm lhls induced thcai to go into the erect tern porirv provision for their iiutenince and finding that Oodso abun danth biosced wero until tliev beauio general among Sletho tcronghoat the Unio i married nnothr dangbtcr when on his to wo we and enough to bespeak inter est and attention for this deposed THE BOTTLE TP EtiosED notody EOull to bow dson mina ces to ilnw two Oallo 13 of anil nn oal o quirt to man wfco seestbroujh i bie II e the ml fint fits him clfw h hw SMnetlnng on in itrtiff l with a the end of tle fof mil just jig a tnirce of the the 1 quur is turned ind tr rut donthe mck of fie bottle as n itura as rolling ofi log1 VTe are tee ontj ttun do the just wpH 13 tbe PruCeSbor if tnev faioi how its done Yankee Blaie y Snip w mt3 to krow if pohticiJ S i tera sift their pr finer than oth er poh tcians are jiie i He lis observed that thcj icj in statias thsir po are lias me iy Jiouv nM in tutus pi s t anil he thinks that wnen they to be rnanlJ ilowa bv p rtv ami an opinion is violently attack douh cviuee an cvtrior cd itraisssa tention in tho perecgteil par and gives an alnrm to their v by mak inj them thinkthat worth dcfenJnj and IB h izard of lives vfhieb perhaps thcv would onlv hive ndmirful nwhilo for thi snko rf its and after wards resijmoj the r ow t It is far from bomg in the pro rosrSf that after evorr fmlare wo mast recommence from tho ivcrv failura is to everrde techon of whit is fnlstajrecte is to whM is cvm tnil exhanstsiomc teiupliiigform of rerrflr Not only bnt jtenreelT nrr nt tempt n entirelvi failure scarcely nnv tbe the result o false no tempting form of error is without sfaa Intent charm derived din irdecree of pitnotiim bieomes qmo crusty when this sabjeci i jinder a recsnt an old wo waa verv anxious to p a v eil it fhu timodnntrnnv u her wno unav iilinr At Icn th noshed onfcOf the poll omen when that worthy preserver of paulic peace 1 fJCow manar vou cant it you youll be kiDeVand ynull blame us tervVards Onw on Frnnehman wore travdins inIciuwvlvamv when tbcir shoe Ihey to i blicksraiths shop and no lan ict w Ictmesphoiki Ith der 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