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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - December 17, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                THE ALTON WEMLTfOURIMi 00nal anfc General JXtms for Central FRIDAY VOLUME 1 THE AMOS COCBIER tt raaUSKCB ETTBr CXCEPT StTinAT BEOWff JOHN oi the Dalli and r tn strmww HATES or ix fint Each wlditiuBil OM withoot 500 fttttea o w tor ttatt ift bj 4 oclock tlw TUTES OF ABVEBTISXO tV i A l 00 titx per lor Y lenn u inurtion libenl will BOOK AND JOB coBovatioB with our of finett ownplefce uMTtmraU o Bert and Fancy Job ud frtpsrtd s or othew nerfltig Jrt nvofl It Lert d eUr irbo Uii city ibiiild Business WISE fc TTHOLBSALE AND ItKIAIL Comer oi State and Short dcajcra in mi fumlsbmg Stall EEOOXO DEALKKS ia SaddlcryHnrdir and Saddlers EbwiniJiera WHOLESALE DEALEBSIX BOOK AXD South side Alton TOFPIIS c TMPOETEKS AMD WHOLESALE DailOT in nil L descriptiens oE Foreifpi end Ameriiaa Hardirare t VtTHOlESALE AJTD RETAIL oialcn in ichool VV miaotlaneoa5 and hlauk wall window musical lonVinR and fancy articles k and IN DUV CLOTB IK6 BOOTS HATS i ASD Ab and MARK FIERSON tc ONE PKICE CASH STORE 3IOREAX t DEALERS IX j BLAIR fc WaOLESALE AXD COMMISSION AXB POB1VAKDIXO MERCHANTS and RTRtE t WH9LESALE AXD ASD MERCHANTS Susiucsa ATTOHNSY AXD AT over Buirmtn t Johnsons on 2d near UlC comer of SETU A TTOHXEY AXI AT and KotJWT 1ublic and Commifsioncr for tho State of Missouri for taking Office on ATTORNEY AXI CODKSELOR AI AST NOTAJUT Office on ATTOWtEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Mnconpin C8ODRICH te ATTOBXEYS AXD COUSSELOltS AT ATTORNEY AXD COUXSELOR AT AXD JUSTICE OF THE PEACE C11ESTMIT U ATTORNEYS AXD CODXSELOKS AT LAW Macoupin DAVID t ATTOnXETS AXD COUXfELORS AT AND GEXERAL LAND AGENTS FOR THE STATE OF ILLINOIS Office fin JOHN AT L AW one tlour from Slain Mo DAVIS t ATTSHXEYS AT AXD UEXEBAL LAND AGENTS Office on ATTOnSET AXD CODXSELOH AT AXD JUSTICE OF THE PEACE O vi Davis Attorney at IFFICH on nearly opposite the Prooy torian may duly SHERMAS EOROXER OF MADISON AXD JUS TICE OF THE PEACE corner of State and up Altnu CHARLES TOTABY lUiaifc Office at I A Insurance TTOJINEY at practices in and A office J3 Pine St ATTORXKY AT Office ATTOKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Office with on State NOTARY AXD LAXD AOEST ovrtr tuc store of MEDICAZ located himself in respectfully ttcdcK his professional scrricca to tho citizens of this Offico oicr A Mclcalfa Book fc IN DRY BOOTS AXD EIf rpENDEUS his professional Mrvkeeto the citizens of Alton and lie nmy bcfonnd at the Drug Store of Barry i comer of Second and TTHIPrLE t WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL dealers in and dry and family comer of Stale and ISAAC WHOLESALE DEALER in and fancy variety oil gencfitjiyj i LESURE k j WHOLESALE AXD EETAIL dealers in dye patent and every tiling in tlicir line of bu BARBV t j AXI JiETAIL DEALERS in Patent comer of Sec1 ond and I DEI10W fc TYEALERS IN DBY nnd U Commhsioa and warding Merchant cf tho Western Oil of would inform the citirens vf he lias looted iurc pcrmaucnt and would offer Ins prtilewitaml scnLta to the vit ikcns of the place and When not ho mny be foaad at hi5 011 PUC citet of the Postoffice TIIE takes pleonircin infTiuin the iroblic that after a pmctice of 17 yeare in andtbrea in the Lniteil unowtn and prepaiwl to practice in tlie profes at the rCiUlcdcc of n KXAPr BOOK IJlaak Book puhlicnn Clicstiiut botwcei Main and JsL RlIITJl t V WHOLESALE A Grocers and dealj crs in Foreign domestic Constantly on band ercrr thine in Uia rooerr the bwt anortmcnt Pure Foreijs iiqnors ever oflercd in thu roaritcL Cash paid for all kioiJ of Country dwly IIETVIT Ic j AXD Itaileu ia Pry BeadyMade Corner ot Second and j I i i p a 1 i t e r rpHEY will pay particular attention to the pain i ing of all kinds of wood and rjarWe imitation Paper Walt and uona in the nsatcst Shop in TrmubiiH Browns on orcr llcnrye iw4t I WATCH JLiltEK ASD State W 1 JOBLESS IK oi we vrarrant to equal in finish and to anything of the n cst DEALER IS side of Second next SL ALL Clocks and Watches cntrostjd to hu care will be repaired in worknianUke man and warranted to run well for one 3iaVon haud a fine asiorUnent of articles enumer ated he will dispose of on the most lib eral Cash paid for old my29dirtf merchant Tailor and Second KEEPS constantly on hand n good and iroll select ed stock of Gissimcrcs anJ which he will make up to order in the very beat man and with a good assortment of Gentlemen 5 Furnishinp of every may29d3in CHLtttLES TKOUmZL XIMIHSSION i FORWAKDIXe Front THE suuscriber BavinR ample store lus icrriees as Commisrion and Fonrarding mcr and will hia prrsonal attention to the scll iae of produce or merehan bv the Alton i Sangauion or upon any tie arriving at Out His charges nffl r nreparci to attend to tlic forwarding of raercliandise and packages of every to anv north or ITAVISO ncraUy rented fitted tip tie tow Ti room ono W abovo Bliur 1 I prcinrcd to receive on merdmnilUi e of every on the most icaon AXD TKUXK 3IAXCFAC At hi old stand on Second kcecps I ronfiUintly on hand a pwd assortment uf and gentlemens o late and vftson harness of all dray and cart Orders frem a distance promptly attended JOHX DARTJERREAX AXD DEALER in Alton Instructions given in the ail tlie late CSTIGLEM A wntinites milltvrigitijigm oil its Tiriom Bernconnected trith the Piam enables him to Jo work on the most favorable terms and he will undertake to fornisli anil complete mills of any description by ontraet or oth and enaranty ftcm to lie ajnal to any in this Satisfactory references given if fTt choice selection every dejcription nnd 1 juit received and for salebr 20 If BYBIE Opjxgite Madison One Hundred TOT stave rcnanl paid to who mil friva tocli information as rilt lead Ihe de tection nnd conviction of llie lieisoa m pcreons who tuilicionslr pIiKm o tie Beross the track of the Alton Sanpunoi at the omins of the 1st dilw au20tf H RBSII SPKESOronnd irarrantcd from Dnon 4 Cincinnati Just gi BTE t RABECUAKCE TOB DLACKSjaTHS TO MAKE TDST a large lot ot assorted J mod It has got and on at a great En cmreof JOIDJ orat the AUn n BOOTS t SHOES HEWITT i of Second and O State have recsivwl an immense stock 01 fall and Winter llaO and Boots and department being replete with an as sortment oi for anJ cheapness defy Sept 7 d2w TljST a large assortment of BneVs cele orated cooking stoves which will bo sold Ion for wholesale or my29 bare made bv which we win be mpplied rcgnlarly thronEh H FEED oats andcornconsiiinMyon hand raa for fata at retail in joantilics to Prices to HOUSE AXD TWO SAM UPPER THE nftscribeni oSir for rale lie nlxrre HnTj on the comer of Manning Edwards tat a snort ixtoiux Iran tie Paolic Tht house contain Jonr larw Hie to which a mri rf pure ice inSctjcf choiM fruit peramiriiliing a pleasant nofto get OM the nrowrrjwill h sold at an titremeljlow Title enqnlre of 4 JO jel nil j hand for Fresh und always Bird cf Tarioussitcs and jmt TO in the Presbyterian LDQIMOCk k avtw attenon o Toricty of lie has jost received irom Uie manyyows experience Int the bna nnd recently spent eotae time m the Eastern ci tics and sclcctinfi the most fashiunaUo and wodcrn styles of and pnrchosuigon the mort he lie con rappy the eommnmfy with any article in his on as f a reblc terms us any house in the Western Ibis establishment having received the most exten sive for many nart the nwst extensira ossortinent of joods of any tha doabUess he to the interest of to call before panhubs over the store of Bcnrman 4 on near the corocrof State and EsqM being my as it oo amy friends aiad coatraaen PBIDAT DECEMBER Presidents The Louis papers published his docu ment Tliey regard it in aomcwhal a different Tho Inieltigencer takes them to Usk for a want of patriotisnij in re fusing to publish it in The general tenor of the Message is about what was and is very well There is nothing new advanced in and therefore it has that rare negative quality o displeasing The great leading mindg of the country necessarily encounter much op position from tboso lesser whose per ceptive interests are of another or urge them in anoth er But Fillmore has chosen the middle and seems to standnnore upon aud than present in dications and future Ue is in fa vor of and talks verydeci ded against the progressive movements of tho AVhile he is in the yet would have preferred to have seen his argument yet further nod enrnet his riens more fully respecting the course o a free who will inevitably see the day when they will be the great representative of national either as an arbiter between other or as a party in the President Fillmore is open to misconstruc we upon another In that portion of the message relative to he is very severe against any and all who have or may strive to incite our people to interfere in the affairs of other It will be that within the past year soreral persons have arisen before tbo and attracted con iiderable attention upon these Kos and and perhaps oth ers may be These persons were evidently written iu the in he two last we are free to ac with fall Uut Kossuth eomes not under this in our opin He advocated principles that will nev er but will bloom and triumph over the graves of his Kossuths views were the great difficulty they were not at this present When the armies of Europe contend or human liberty and America fi appealed for that as sistance will will Kossuthscloe trine apply o and his magic eloquence will move every patriot hears to in the while we disregard to a reat extent the appeals of the noble in behalf of bis crushed we still must Jook upon him OB the advocate of prin ciples that are true to and must ncknowlcdge that he woe earnest and zealous n their and though mistaken in heir present is but a matter of personal opinion after is entitled to fsir different language than those sentences of the racssae upon DOW under e are led into these because we save observed an unworthy sentiment of re iroach pervading n portion of the American oT who condemn Kossutli in evcrv insult his private and n mistaken zeal do all in their power to hurl his great for so we conceive him to e his countrys bleeding and the un dying principles which he into one inglorious The ia other is very Of President Fillmores spc ulations upon the protective tariff arc objec we arc quite surprised that lie hould have proved himself quite so far be hind the as to have advocated The repudiation of that at the recent is the highest of hat the system is not required by the gener al interests of the interests tnly which must be looked in National Fillmore concludes his Message by con gratulating tbc country upon its present peace ind in eloquent which must strike harmoniously upon tho ear of the In we believe the people generally will that be has made a good Amendment to the Constitution Se TTe are indebted to the jraphic operator of for the in onnation that the State vote at tbo recent election was fully made known md that the proposed amendment to the Con stitution has been rejected by the The proceeds of the two mill amounting o a quarter of a million of will be said on the first day of January at the office of the State upon the State 05 The proposed amendment lias been suffered o go by doubtlessly the people not being generally apprised of its meaning and In very mnny no vote at all was taken upon the This is to be as tbo it is tvonld Lave a most beneficial effect in reduc ing our State without additional and would have proved the crowning act restoring Illinois credit to its former stand previous to our internal improvement speculations and We hope this matter will come before the next and be put in a very plain easy to be understood by and again submitted to the A GOOD AVe take much pleasure in directing the attention of our readers to a notice in another calling for a mect ng of our citizens on Saturday for the purpose of establishing a Beading irculating in LECTOIES TO Yocxc Har of the Church fans been request ed bv several of tlie young men of this to deliver a course of baa accepted the and our young friends may expect a series of excellent which will be beneficial to the young commu if properly and Tha Central Chris ian Advocate has just made its first appear It is published in under the auspices of tho General Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal The first anmber is beauti fully printed on new and promise much interest and editorial ability in its Terms payable in nd The publication office is in the TVeld corner of Third and Chestnut HER Theladles Church of our a Fair on the 23d and 24tb of this Seo their TEREK HAUTE have received a copy of a pamphlet published by the Alton and Terre Haute Railroad Company with mi accompanying which gives a full ri of the asd the general features of the and also the proceedings of tbo Compa ny with regard to negotiating their rind other matters pertaining to the commencement of the This pamphlet sets forth eve ry thing and it is gratifying to our citizens to know of the bright and flattering prospects of tho Ryder has con ducted tho so all his usual energy and and its success may bo identified with his Tns BOTTLE TRICK this trick there are two puzzling points bow can fifty or a hundred wine glasses be filled from one quart bottle how can six or eight different li quors be poured from the same bottle The first wonder is explained thus the glasses are so and have sucb thick that a full quart bottle will hold enough to fill eighty of The second marvel is man aged in the following manner tho glasses are arranged on the tray in a particular manner by the before the entertainment be The bottle is filled witb a weak mix ture of spirits of and At the bottom of each glass is a drop or two of some flavoring as essence of and the operator is thus enabled to concoct a tolera ble resemblance of any Cuid that is likely to be called and to supply a hundred per sons or more with half a sip of their favor ite from tho inexhaustible bot That is all very But when Profess or Anderson breaks the neck off from the game magical and pulls out half a dozen dry after he has emp tied the liquid the mystery does not seem to be solved by the NOT TOE REAL SIMON following is from the New York Journal of Com merce Millions of cigars are manufactured in this mostly by in obscure aad outoftheway and afterwards pass ed through different hands to the and sold as the Simon Rc ccntlv we happened in at one of these pluces for to see how the thing was In a dingy looking several men were engaged preparing the ar Before on small wen pi lea of principally grown in Connec The being sufficiently moistened to become weredrawn through nnd rolled in the palm of the then wound round with a perfect colored called the One end of this is City of Sacramento in For Tito steamer Philadelphia lias arrived from with the mail iindCaliformadates to November She nag two hundred passengers She sailed with tho which vessel has ttro and a quarter millions of dollars in ami two hundred paaseagera The City of Sacramento is in ly Cvcry house ia destrovedvautl many lives were There had alsobucn very destruc tive fires in San Francisco and The steam propeller City of Philhuklphia was detrnycd by fire In of Valparai on of Pierce and Kings majority in California is fifteen The Wife for Horace Hastings was a en terprising bachelor of someseven ty having obtained an excellent reputation by his industry and and having made himself useful to the mercan tile Grin in Boston with whom he hnd served an was at length invited to a partnership in the For some time be had been encouraged to anticipate this aud he soberly and energetically entered upon the new duties of bis new po When business be had but to mourn over bis celibate con but when tho hurrying season was and hours lay heavy on his lift could nut help thinking how delightful it would be had nebst a house and a gentle wife of bis His pecuniary circumstan ces now warranted such nnd he re solved to marry when hecould find a lady justsuitetlto bis Near a country villnge in not a thousand mtles lived a friend of Ms and being on a collecting tour in that region during the Autumn he determined to accept an oftrepeated invi tation to spend a few days with the ojd gen and scuta note to announce bis com At the appointed time ho reached the residence of bis and found the fnmi Iv were prepared and pleased to welcome him a Jn the parlor were two young la well dressed and quite He was duly introduced to Misses Jane and Char and found them accomplished and sen sible yonng Being just now suscep tible to thetenderpassioii he ttJis easilv pleas ed and exerted hig powers to render himself agreeable to the flattered He suc of men of his age AN USTORTCNATE Chron icle says Accounts from Albert now in Emi nent oculists in Berlin rukiic him to return to tbis country am rest a year at Barnes ruined hU eyesight by night He is very industrious his works His celebrated were written in the morning before the great multitudes of his city hat begun their He hal a study in his church away from the reach of unless be chose to be no one could get access to He sroald lock the iron goto in front of his lock the to the main traverse a back then lock his stu dy and be as quiet as he it is paid tlmt soon after his settlement in he was found by the at three in tho about to enter the They arrested and were about to take him to tho Ilis account of himself was far from being satis lie said ho was the of tho and was about to enter his Bat the sturdy guardians of tlc night gave him to understand that tho clergymen of SATURDAY To the friends of Literafaro in A Notice has been in also appended to this upon the anil particularly the young mtn of this io attend a mooting to bo beld Hiis eveniitgj at the Council witli refer ence to starting a litemrj Tho want of some Soci would afford instruction and mnuac tbs people of this by every thinking During these long winter there arc no Lectures going onj no reading room in nor a single puWic libra Our young peoplc and must spend their leisure hours in tae or j j the free States no cftuse of and sustain thy patriotic devotion of your to the comprotmae of the prudeSse and patriotic I cfiDnoc say what control can legajlyl exercise bveryonr tiity marshal botlilor know oawbol ot tlacrcityVof would not commit suci ao wuhoot cour suiting i o icty that t ment to s m I have caused a report proceedings i of tha marshal of Louis to be transmitted o lUintfe that he uch Action in ihe preaiiaesj ai in my j most dcepijfelt nonetheoatragodMUoniJv uun in this aTC dge 1 Mayor pftlie city of Jliross jj j or in listless idleness at Lome stive at in when they nrouso from their stupor to get up n or a strnggling or csciudive Host of the citiaj tovrn Ju tba Cnlonj have largo and prosperous literansocieties Philtidelphia bid better ctistoma than to be prowling about cherehcs nfethree oclock of j a winters lint in doing the many newspapers and now biioks as well r at caught himself several times mentally inquir Which would mate the better The mother and a looking siaid were scca itt intervals passing from Ihe kitchen The girl who set out the r t r 9 able and sureiitl the white ind the seemed tcr do it us graco ana tnev casEcu me iiuinumuut and fresh and the aavc squatted in various parts of our ill there aro probiiblv between three ami our hundred different places of manufnc nnd competition has had a tendency to reduce More arc impor ted from elsewhere than This partially in con sequence of the large California demand the Business has been better than A NEW WAT TO THE Paris correspondent of the Sew York Express ell3 the following Two men were arrested yesterday in the ict oi exercising the trade of This industry is carried on in the following way A gentleman crosses one of the bridges otjlie Having arrived at a convenient ic begins to talk loudly and lumps upon the makes the sign of a irosSj bids the world bye anil throws mnself into the At the same moment another who has been a spectator of the uirows off his outer garments and goes over after The former makes lesperate efforts to drown while the atter as resolutely endeavors to rescue him rom a watery After considerable ightinowithencli and the necessary struggles with the current they finally get safely to The suicide is eagerly re while his rescuer receives the feli iitations of the He then o the Commissary of and receives twentyfive francs allotted bv the law to him at the risk ot life saves that of The two then divide the jroccecls and live awhile in luxurious indo the Commissary does not allow himself to be duped of tenor than he can and yesterday he looked into the affair the pertinacitywith which the suicide insisted on being aud the extraor dinary good fortune of the who was tlways passing in time to save were to say the They have both iiecn put where they can neither indulge their nor theirhumanc In noticing the false code of honor by which so many valuable lives have been hB Buffalo Commercial mentions the foJ instance where the of fashion able murder were most rival In Montgomery was shot iu a duel about a log j Capt Kainsey about a ser vant Fcatherstonein one a recrui t j Sternes father in one about a An ifficer of tbc British aiiuywas challenged by i companion upon whom he had pressed a sec ond goblet of wine and another was called out for a joke concerning a pinch of Carry refused to take a glass of wine with Smith at n diuner on a because wine invariably mauo him sea and was challenged bythe captain iu conee quencej and Crowther liuving been re lUised adinitnnce to a club of pigeon challenged one of the members of the club who opposed and lost his life in thccon Kelly fought and killed a gentle man who he had suecrcd at him as he passed him iu the In our own country several fatal duels have resulted from tlie most trifling Among those which now occur to we may mention that in which Governeur lost his life at AVeehauken about thirty years and which was occasioned by his snatching aboquetfrom a lady in a ball while under the esciieinent of Gra an eminent writer connected with the New York was killed by on a quarrel springing from a breach of some tri lling point of Lieutenant of our brotherinlaw of Commodore fought a British Lieutenant at Algosiras m the through a foolish altercationoccasioned by tho blunder of a washerwoman who missent the cloths of one of the parties to the The Eng lish officers life was only saved through the instrumentality of a knot in Jus buokskui against tvbicb his adversarys bullet struck and glanced Young Mil of was shot somo twenty years ago onsouio frivolous ballroom quor rcK Wise and Cost Johnson and She Jenifer and and many others who be fought on mere politi cal on disputes arising out of speeches made in the halis of Jiational Era shortly commence the publication of a new called Murk Sutherland or Pow er and She gives the following as an outline of This story among other the genius of American Institutions in devel oping and recompensing native talent in all ranksof shotrn in thehistory of a planters giving np Ins patrimony for conscience setsout upon a life of toil and and through many early and carves his way to merited J lomecuretl the well flavored the excellence aud good taste manifested in Ihe whole he felici tated himself upon having found so pleasant a even if it was only for a few days j aud after supper was over and the table was a third young very neatly tlrosscdj entered tlie and was formally introduced to him as one of the Miss He was not a little surprised to find that the whose handiwork had won his was one of the He found her and accom he a little more grace ful than who was or who was than He thought a little more meanly of himself for having taken her to ho the hired girl of the but not a whit wore meanly of of the three V I which if curried out in the In the after a nights sound sleep of wheels of a large size mustwor he was not safEcieniiy in love to keep a complete alteration in their doctor violated tho laws of and has probably ruined his eyesight Fashion and caid good old the oiher to her a young widow who is tho mother of a little about six years of I think our Cius has got the Look out tins window and see is scratching himself and soe how his mwc replied ihebcautiful wid how exceedingly vulgar you ara in what horrible disease did you allude YOU may tall it the Scotch Fiddlc3 if you like that Do youVtll me and not Stfistftss a disease is a call it you and the itch is the and nothing It is one of those complaints that ia iu and gets be they uever so that apply themselves so closely to their books that they they fall into dysentery iXou mean sedentary Have it you said the old lady Throwing her arms around her mothers on seeing that hcrpheclinlts were the little widow seated herself along side her maternal aud explained the difficul ty thus I now comprehend what you mean by the disease you allude Jt similar to what is now termed iu fashioaa ble the Exercising or Caledonian It is a disease that originated in high upon the estates of a noble who lived in the West of Scut known as tha Duko of and bns recently been introduced into our to promote general health by circulating the and giving vigor to the muscles by manual friction by the The Calcdo positively as our Augustus has it for he cannot for the reason that he has uo time to stop to go through the ordinary process of It has from its savin and lasting a disease if not more as fashionable as bronchitis or BIcss me exclaimed the I do believe the world is all goinj I do you would call me replied the saucy young andsha glided out oC the tnnn the Detroit A Hew Steamboat Paddle We were invited by William Hurry of Grossc on to examine the model of a new Paddle Wfieel which he evealed herself in that capacity and his and for which he his entered u him entered the breakfast and was soon joined by the two young ladies who had first Sarah was not yet but when they had sat down at the and Jane had pour ed out the Sarah came smiling in be hind a clean white and with L steam ing pile of buckwheat cakes in her TSic roses that bloomed upon her any forced there by the and not by any base degradation on ac count of the offices She greeted the guest with a weloome deposited her load of and returned to the whence she tripped again in a few minutes with another plate of most bakedby her own Horace eat a large quantity of more than eneugh to satisfy because of the boautiful little hands that made them and then he wandered over the farm with the old and prated of and as though he knew something about them as well as broadcloth and At dinner Jane and Charlotte were in tae parlor waiting for and as was bustling ab iu 1 do said iu ab iut the sollo one oE these frith would take Sarahs flaco in Ihe I might find out some of their housekeeping I might liavo a little chat with Bat he wafted for such ti change in though he found some opportunities to con verse and discovered all he wished to know jas then about her mental qualifications and acquirements and at the close of the fourth just as he got into lie slapped the white counterpane and said to as there was in tho I sup pose he must have spoken to the counterpane or bed Shes the wife for The nest aiorning was the ouier limit of and as he stood at the af ter he saw with that witch ing white trip out into the orchard to shake down some for it was linking dav and pies were to be Horzcc t was he whispered in her ear she nev er but she seemed not though evidently and a little A vcar Horace was at tho house of npL The wheel which he has invented is form ed in all iU parts exactly like the paddle wheels of a with the exception of the paddles or la thecouimon pad dle wheel the paddle or bucket is a solid ob long firmly the two parallel In this new wheel paddle or bucket is affixed to each arm by a strong hinge in the inside corner of tho The two paddle wheels being equivalent to one common Tha paddle itself is an oblong the lightest division of the paddle wheel has the most surface and it upon this fact the the utility of the invention For tha wheel the pad dle wheel strikes the but it is so hung oo the arm nt a certain angle that the outsiJe corner gradually sinks and as the wheel the surface of the paddle meets the water but so as to press U back against the where it is firmly held by the pressure caused by its own motion through the water as the paddle the the ftnMe at wliich ir comes out of tho water large libraries great variety of old These literary socie ties arc at this period of the year of the most interesting the mutter they they ere thisj invit ed eminent literary men to lecture before upon various through the win the diffusion of general know ledge thus and the great interest that attaches to tliasc lectures from the po pular character of the invest these societies with agrcat and beneficial An instauce of the success of one of these societies comes within our The Voung Mens of tae city of was established some fifteen or tMrenty years At first is was but a small Literary cfria got up by a few young It gained aud handsoma were made to m ercAse the Then a charter was granted to by the State as a corporated It gained a good reputation aaujug the citizens to sucli an ex tent as to became one of the most important and creditable institutions of that Tle cently this institution has built a Cue gran ite building fwr its at a great aatl paid for it from funds raised by The buildingcomprises a reaUng and different li where are stored all the Isarn ing of the past and One entire sto ry is e lecture room and is excell ed by none in Ihe For many winters this Association 1ms enjoyed lectures from moat of tho distinguished literarymen of this aud lecturers of Europe who have visited this The benefits of this institution have always been felt have had a marked upon the young men of that It Is needless to enter into an argument re specting the advantages and necessity of such a They arc selfevident to this des titute We fanpc our citizens vrill assemble in cctfordanse vith the following which in our columns yesterday morning Tbc citliciis of who are in favw of wtab istiing a Library aciJ arc requested to meet rt lite Coraraca Oaacil to morrow Satunlur crening llth for the of city of DCAR Ihsre to the rer ccpt of your letter uf the 1st in reU tioa to alleged outrage of the Marshal r of the city of cuuimilteil within the jurisdiction of thft city of and oir ibo territory voftfie State of in ar a nugco but not proved to by a fugitive from slavery itt the State of and forcing hjm away without o In to as May or of tlie cityof 1 never ired ibe or onv member of the iitfa said to do only contrary tfce dtfs of the Unite or of any One of the sor do I believe the net of it IcaTa1 pthrr irtttasaa officer of the State where he belong and for anv such net he is oa n citizen rcapousi and not othenviij The Marshal our city cm bv ordinance give written which cxcnse officers of police for absence from be is in the hibit of doing and Allowing the men to leave tho when he believes it necessary to the ends of sometimes undarthe orders of the and at others in the service of indivtJuuaf who require a5siwnce in therecoveryioJC ing thi policeman of par cltviwhen absent on in another can fee viewed in light than tlmt a US such indiviiiaala hit officers time and expenses during his purpose tl adopting The I to that In the cub referred to ihjS Carrico4 negro I am informed by that he diU permit two of the citv waichmci to go to Illinois in pursuit of tho sfervico they Qro to bo paid by the that he the Mar did he hold himself responsible for illegal acts com mitted if tfitcU have lieen committed by said polnrcmea whilst abaent on this The wan has been futj ictentiSed fti the slave of For I knew nothing of nntil tbereturn of the irflrehmen to cstvy nor di I yet know the cireamstjinccs of tho arrest in the man was taken in opposition to the cournand of tha constituted or even of any citi zen of tho city of nm I prepar pared to say that a citizen of Miasourt may not lesatly capture his runaway even in theStite of and him hoowj no opposition being made to his nor anT trial demanded under ibe Slaro of your own State nrtf in the habit of taking ap an 1 bringing bact nnd receiving rewards for so without the trial and I have not heard of any case of their being punished of your e for so though vou mnv have statute on Your THE Louis MERCOANTS Trera to meet on Tuesday the Merchants Ex in to petition thfiLegislature of Missouri for some of tKe revenue laws of that We have seen no mention of that since thit Every far mer in whoss predArc coacs witliin Louis is bv a law of publish herewith the Correspondence that has recently passed between the respec tive Mayors of Alton and The stand taken by Mayor Hope is an man ly we regret to siy3 Mayor nett shows an evident disposition to craw fish upon tho Two members of the e committed j tcitftin that of this This petty way of legislating against the people of in order to defray the ex penses of the people of and espec ially the city of a a most etntemp tible and we think by no means The doctrine of a revenue when applied bv one to work against is not exactly what is to be among States j joined under oni and to bo sorerncd y cqaitataWe and reciprocal an act in violation of the Fugitive Slave and against that spirit of justiw and comitv supposed to exist bcttvecn the con federate Yet Mtvor Kenneit dodges the It is a most phasu in or common that a police ofEcer under tha oath and salary of the can for a moment throw asido tlwt an the laws uf bia counj enterprising mercimrtSj Havens hope the of will adopt a dTSerent course this FIXE CuocKEar AXD step into the Crockery establishment of our and then bis OiScial capacity j yeaterdayj and were surprised to and not be beld responsible Cut read the MlVOItJS OlTICEj LTOSj 5 f the city sc2 a Urge and fine stock of wares they lave on Tliay bare just received a hcavvsMpmentof direct from Europe and for one they have u stock and 32 different of glass tomb Soaieof their queunsware is very and thsir assortment of all species of lumps ooiuiii oiiiLua LIIU i the paddles of our ordinary ftre bouni to in lho tlie large At the number of immense nmoant of ower is lost by immense amount of yowcr is lost bv havi to Jift a heavy turn of the cranl and inventions h j and tlie course to bs cars to freight train was limited 1 sued m arresting fugitive slaves tnd rcuiauj It1lt Ccwpri5e from 10 to greatly im overcoming and with this useless us of pcd the rryioj up of the now at oar was 15 deep ftt and States in direct conflict with pnblio i prevent As dium savs tlmt an editor vras recuntly elect ed to the Indiana Legislature from Uayne who was so elated nt his success that he caught by the seat of his breech es and tried to hold out nt arms It is added that he would hare ac complished tho feat if he had notletjjoto spit on his He treated the to and nnd the deril pot order by immense pressure to which they are It is thought by those who nre used to tha raakinpr of snch thatiti ean ond during the wo ofSo iiniin of and the of these are to bo pot on tho of Araecjcan jprnaiisesof and to sncrifice their private upon It cannot involve iiny prei not far the commoi n the armsat any engineers bile theirwafer In bet the is caused by cooa ng the oa mo sare gVc yonr onomicj n0f tbunn posed totaks thejroanV xatl not for whot   

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