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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - December 31, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                TltS ISO rs ra iAWXttt rSSELOB AT A TTOBSEI AND COUSSEUJl Ai A Notary Public tho Ejite of Mtanrn te taking Office on Sec JTEIDAY DECEMBER Alton t f g IS nwU wttitBt OF ADVEBT1SNC IX Jdlittowl 4tW Mjuimr Office on J01JS AT Macoupia GeODRICU ATTOKSBlS AX1 COUSSELOKS AT JKXJK AKD JOB jpanrrma OIESTXD ATTORNEYS ASD COUXSELOES AT Maconpin SEBALIA OF ILLISOIS Office on ATTORKEY AT LAW AGENTS Office AT ASD i AI JCSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICE on nearly oPposiU the Pr fcrian may dwlyl NOTAOT t Insurance tVIIXIAM ATTOKXEY AT Office on ATTOKfET AND COUNSELLOK AT Office irith on Stste in lIAItm bis profesional services lo the door eMtot fc on at the residence of July SdrrSm Bras rros ILLINOIS some time past there have been various financial movements upon tbe not perceptible to cyery The banking capitalists of the country are growing jcalone of the great in crease of paper and they are taking to drive as much as pos eiblefrom or to a to make room and a market for their We learn from a reliable source that there are now sixteen banks chartered in under the General Banking and before six months will have rolled there will be thirtv to forty banks in operation in the The people are mostly pecially in the northern part of tho that several of tho new banks havo issued the full amount of bills to which they are entitled according to thobonds which they havede posited with tho Auditor of and then have issued a vast amount of or ccrti and apparent on their fao as bank This scrip is issued evidently upon tho strength of the regular characte and standing of tho No security i deposited for its and the person al character of the as men of intcg rity and is the only guarantee give to tho This way of financiering 1 and getting about over th is in accordance with the fre banking notions of somo of tho bank me of tho day The firms of Page and Lucas heavy banker and capitalists in St are each interested in one of our new State former are at tho bot tom of the the a bank at We havn been informed that P ii lion loaned R KATIOATIOS upper rivers are all So boats have gone up th Illinois or Mississippi for several days The a small struck out for but only reached a small town some twenty miles above the outb of the She returned to Louis The Alton packets ply gulatly though he heavy running Their freight busi ess is and they havo to make two nin nt CRS ess s ips per very The rain of yes will have a marked effect upon navi unless the weather turns suddenly ery A SCBSEH Sis corrcspon ent of the Boston Transcript thus describe omething beautiful and which h aw in the metropolis of the Pacific through tho Arcade a few niehts I saw a crowd of persons aroun one of the principal apparently gazin as their silenc Upon I found a throat irames From the Cincinnati The a stranger in a strange land BV CAEalE 50 more bis cwa will brighten at the sight 51 gloved hVniestcad more bissUra Will fond tha welltrod paths iafrom tbo arohed ctaming bright And tbo distant golden Weaving figures on tbo lawn And playing wih tuo gloiJy vine lean Uwntlio mors uia band wi oia i Mir i y and fragrantorange w Upon o ABC one oPthe cut throat of the covered with before which I I for onethird of which was for I time about for speotrland exclusive lour 01711 m llore rapidity in the transmission of dia in the dispatches The Bain Telegraph used in this country hasbccn materially improved Ky Henry The llouie Printing Telegraph was m 1 vcntod bv lloyal a IS firstlineoper this instrument completed m bv the Boston and New York Telegraph between those Ithafbeon patented in Enhind by Jacob When Peris stray Among tbo iTicad in stranger lands To far holy influences Which cluster riiud tbe heart The fragrance ramd the bloseom tarinnate And beautiful is that eer bopeM lore Wbidl clinpi oen in our latest hour to scenes letweepyeno it games t n llo came to a meek and Andvet so strong in Bfintmil turcs of the Holy so and child like loveliness was iL She was he and her beautiful al most buried in gnlden lures to attract patronage to tho Be side her sat an old wrinkled whose tow peered the plump shoulders of thefhUdinhorriblo contrast to the angelic inquiring u im Hi ant eves ran rap SSbaX a large gJKJff iK bri aTnt of this or certificates U diy the uas caUea axiat teretanKeport concerning the Telegraph or the other a signal i in this and also some statis and printing amount 01 tuis weU that these houses are and recently one commenced a financial op eration against the through their Uli nois Page Bacon collected togeth er all tho Springfield money they reg ular and and made a run upon that bank for specie The was ineffectualthespecie was at hand to during two or threo while the game Whether the Springfield bank had the or usedthodepositesof its or bor we know To return this com dlv arouuu tuu unviw ened who seemed entirely to her and only intent on the Directly above was stationed an who at this were crashing through the overture to Dreadful tuition Soled in such a scene of and nurtur ed amid tho worst passion of human nature mnst this child bo answerable for the sins of The difference between Morse s and Ilouse s Iteltraph principally that the first traces at the distant end what is traced at the oth er while Houses does not trace at either but makes a signal of a letter a thedis tant end which lias been made the i and rans by new and a new pow er of air and axial is enabled to nrint the signal letter at the last end and this S the astonishing rate of lixt or seventy brakes in Aud tbe Mr is covered with tbe eoM Brit rst jcm this Komnn Sis blue eyes closed to ope in and easier wiiileHoose s is verv difficult to be comprehended m its op in details and works with tneaaai moro one air and theoth IR i trac I overground linos differ totillvfrom those in nseln any country in im w accTtotaUy thrown dowri they are not imot cdS passengers and animate niay ram ple on them owing to the mass ot ineuthe Eire so free a pasuige te the electric fhat insulation is not necessary thev inched from bamboo to bamboo without any and work without throul tne hardest ruins the thickness of the wre allows of their being placed on the cnt which would be fatal to a 7 tho rods are no more costly than thin and the welding occasions no W So importance of this tfialinc must often run through howling 1aiTin1 hAtLSt9 OF States Post Savy Da The Annual Iortmaster and the SecretjijJ of thoHavy hare just been are vorylengtajv The following abstaiefof them we find in the Courier catfrRnquira the cxcfasiorf of mucS other mteresting matter the learnal love him anu aidwith fevered brojr and Moaning and a coacu oE And ImaVd Iii lips in weakened call On Om hearU would break tor from the first band was on tenanted bv savage beasts or more savage The Vines must therefore moteet and this is secured by the use of tho thick The entire espsuditum on lino was bout 450 rupees a and estimated that the future overground willbe t the Vnsuo fthey all ling DBt tW Ses be nonetheless vrEoy willbe read with great m torost by erery American who wishes to keep himself well advised respecting the fimtantaffalrsV of his the hibits tie opera tion tha new Postage law than had been Tha receipts are reduced from IMS yoL more than a million ana Aird of dot or twentytwo and per a reasoSAlo bBf that tto balance ultimaleiy no Slsposition mcnt during the fiscal year were t twothirds of which domestic 1 onmai Tie Superintendent of tho at has iss or called anal wrted was frrri iinbi ner cost of six and per Velvet isone of the richest of TWi in tics with regard to the Telegraphs in the Old World Wo cull a few passages from tbe not having space for its insertion Telegraphing employs a large amount of i or There are United comprising mileu ot WThe telerapbs in England are the next in importance1 and extent to those in this coun trv They were first thorn ia about miles of wire m op entira importance and extent to Sasaaassfflss Awa oharocd for the first twcu rnns the life before ft va rietyo is more common writer thus alludes to this subject In the neglect of household Amcr women Itand A German lady to American ingenuity that wo owe the practical application of tbo MagneSie inmnlv bv we know stand A Uerman Lnoas Simonds scoured the loftT hcr got together the promises to jbnt domestUtahorseondneo to at and mmi An English kot cot together tne tliat domestic thePice concern at and bod and mind for the The storm j she be a Owing to the erireme redunaancy I01 often as fatal to health as the of affairs financially tt from or is amen imu lafnot be the We give this follies to find employment for J know exactly the may no b statement that the people may know exactly saem the color and smellof all this new wMtato honor is duo to Professor Morse for the practical application and successful prosecution of the Telegraph it mandy owin to tho researches and discoveries ot Professor and other scientihc Ameri rroiessor so Tala Professor an oer cans that he wS enabled to perfect so valu nret attempt that was made to render electricity available for the transmission ol have any was that of a in From for different varieties of telegraphs We will direct attention only to those of Sain and they being the only kinds The charge for transmission 01 uwpat is much hifher than in one penny perTord being charged for the first twenty and one farthing per mile for anydis tancebevond one hundred A of twenty words can bo sent a distance of oUO miles in the United States for one dollar while in England tho same would cost sjven d0in the submarine telegraph be tween Dover and Ostcnd was and on the 1st of November tho first clcctncconi nTunication was established direct between Great Britain and the continent of By a line of wires between London and Do Rochester and m con nection with the submarine cable across the Straits of instantaneous corauianic tion is obtained between silketfabricsVand has been made in Eurogo for several In addition to tne warp and shoot of whichthe substance of main goods is it has a soft shag or shortpieccs It under thread doubled and which stands upright on its or crowded togoUier 10 as entirely to oonnal tbe interlacings ot the warpi It is this pile which its tic appearance and softness to the The tion is obtane eween Odessa and Ley horn The wires are also being carried on ward f StPetersburg also into India and of AS EHESSITS UASO or Core Bcnstve an of counterfeiters was eaeaod nine nplerVt of the fcl and officer of the Sixth LVstrict Somo of the parties now u thecoun into tho interior of A or o ct has also boon formed for con a submarine telegraph between s struct a sumarne Great fetain and the United It is therl tlie color anu auicu being It should be remembered by that anythingelsebutthe regular bank 3 j Bank arcnot seen Snd the following in an Ogdens IS FRANKLIN PIERCE VVbiga to Democratic twus und quite TTeve pit your answe an o commence at tho most northerly used in this countrj nronoi o com run thence to the Orkney n the Mand bank are of tbe denomination of and so well are they that the best judges of money might easily Sbv were The new be for sale at the principal post Tha recommendations of Postmaster Hall mtj eard to rates of to be alloir Paper Uirner Ol iuLaw provides that all bills issued by banks shall be countersigned andregistered by the appointed by the Auditor cspeciaUj for that This is the way adopted toprcventthesebanksissuingmorethantliey taa have to these into 146 public schools bills thus countersigned are goodbnt IOOK out for all and the to havo considerable This warring and strife among the bank Secretary of a formation in reRard to the propriety of establishing a syittm 01 Lrapte the United States which zivin2 an account of t ncd not no lhnnderine lond The Phonetio system oTinstruction iuorsu eo nnfl his its proposed ana At that time he prt Morso another suDmarmu nun j on thecasterncoastef Greenland it thu crosses Greenland to Julianas on witerncoast of that m 00 42 Sd is conducted thence by a water ed thence by a water Hi H Daviss to iy expense in minute DAVID E WATCH MAKER ASD State we have one good will have a tendency to drive this mongrel paper from general This is a BvBtem attending the General Banking we should meet with Legis a tive the coming It is virtu ally using the cloak of a bank to Eood the country with duebills and of the smallest This tt oc fSll mike cp to order in tho very best ma Somebody has phonetized our Old Blue sn after this fashion Hucrcr stole our Tbad bctr lotur She allwaz laid SundiE she lad K3Wo find the following in Ter Our mention of BucK in connection with the Speakership the smallest to baTO been well received upon every a great eviland also brings m its tram seems a minor oneby driving most of our Madison is silver from into mentioned in rons From this petitioned Congress to aid prosecuting bis and to test the practical operation of his An appropriation of was made for this and he then erected the first TeleSie lino in the United States in the monrh oPf between and over a length of 4C previous to he had ll a series of experiments m the Capitol constructed with Government was Chat connecting the cities ash inton and The others hai e beui Mtablhhcd by private the paten tee be n allowed onehalf tho stock for the of as his of tho mvest Thc following table exhibits the annual From1 January July WM n From July to y SSiS 50 on the coast of point the line is to be extended to Qu The entire length of tho lino is apt matcly estimated at and tli marine portions of it at from to m Ic7 The peculiar advantage of tho line into several submarine por tionfis that if a fracture should at any tune the defective part could be verv readi ly di covered and repaired promptly at a comparatively trilling Ibe Shetland Islands it is proposed to carry a brinch to in conncctm it thorctitha fineto Stockholm Where subjoin a list of all the this Stateand that were uu selected by the force us notes of them wore found in SsFon of the prisoners now m Leland Putnam County Duchess County Bank Citizens Sew York City Kirtland the Navy In the Mediterrancau a uion thorcwitna line 10 Gottenburg and Uopenhagan from StoCj holm a line inav easily cross tho Golf of Botn So SU The who e expense o great international work eatimated considerably below Vnother Enterprise has befin actually star to i with every prospect of V norUon oMb lino is being prosecuted vi and tho company propose trans between ho Old and World in four or five A arr Franklin Ohio rives Milford Salisbnrv Oucs I OiLlltfUiii null ui Hamilton Boston iorcble exposition 6 The details of this important arrest are as pto Japan i fie Expsditioru the views p touching ndScrossrngPthe bland of Sewfound and o Cap lue iHiiiuu vi thence bv ft submarine hue of IP tt T Mward Tnrmcnt in Sow and so that stoamcrs can make oSrV between Cape buried telesraphie opc If send the BLACKMORE a poets for tatl Notbin more like ye re through the thoroujhly and Themerchants clerks need nt littVicss than a w uy duetorruns on the r vr aeon and jour wine from our we all may as we WOULD uJorm their notwithstanding CASES Boots trade in sportsman S lcVh the steady and inraMngntSnp cd someclose when was large thev cntereu tne oa the Leland and several tors A on the same banks were found tn his It appears these parties also passed anoth cr of tPhPe jf these i nt thn Pnlicc comnserce leaving as tuo he support ot tic Navy away the The Abraham S Wdinin Varick who is said dangerous coun olic ti8kmgp Martin pro of John was 5 a COnfcder Jdv The accused par SSSlodock this forenoonA Times following is an ol cnock the h e tand CnAnlil send ponent precipitately Lonisvillo Democrat says reversed all but and   

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