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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - November 5, 1857, Alton, Illinois                                t Nero EDITOR VTtJRDAY OCTOBER T The Paid of the retarns from tho recent election in the Ter BY GEO BBOWS W ccfcig THURSDAY OCIOPER Oi reni R r oi fj i U l Ml 1 1 1 1 U r i to J is J I flFUSHl Jo I l V U FBILAS s 14 C 2J I 3 IH From tbe MiKoari Mitters are quiet in and a better feeling prevails towards the Governor and returns bave been received from at adding lur ovr a names to the and giv toils votes to and the prosla themselves as ihrv have HiUd to designate the offices f wnichafae several candidates were voted A pi oestvus filed signed etm that therenrenot fifty adult I m ilc CUBUS of the States re stiimK within the county of th it we sLd uiuntj belongs to In 11 tnue are white there buttrid r and that the Tn cximsaifthej to no pin 12 t t rfl thit the cars wmiog wet I ed a point one mile this 6 de of ab jut clvra oclock on t c cngi I r o served a nsin lymR n a I hjnrt and immediotily reversed csnsod the lirikes to be put Lut loo late to prcven a fotil ra over the body which tl to be that IM I involvine tbe lite oi i l30 of u ifi ot ot To Clubn A an wb3 nmself down on that vl Thcfr f up with the terribly muti illcu rfUliiiua Another involvinrj brakesman named occurred ct twelve on thc freight Ilia foot was ac idcntly pay TTlin O l SLOverr TXI c w iemwry on l 1 f 3 4 l ft tli VVCEiiUS t weu jOf V llllHOU ATTOKSDi bound in the frog of the his then whole body drawn Khen the wheel cut literally in IN WlSiXCSll A committee from Stearns PV late member of tne Con stitutional were in Si Paul ihe 20lh to solicit contributions for rbe relief of ons in that who an on the verge of two years the crops in Steams bcin destroyed by the grosshoppcrj 1 is not a bushel of wheat or oats in raised witbiii its Farmw but two yenra since comparatively nowsnfferina from of the necos Over two thousand Tho Mayo of Paul had called a meeting of the SIXAlt During tbe p i t two of our community have hail their attention largely directed to the cultivation of the Cnmcso Sugar nnd tbe of the present its culture wai looked upon in lh di n u IK cx I Mefaee und that ifwus ed by tlieorzmioacioutof f id nit any elections held there of Kan irart oJ inl in iwc no inorecffrtt upon tboTieople of Kan ihunhaveihosoielil in Missouri or Ar I amcredibly informed that tbe iWeraor and Seereiary willreject tbtoe re turns and will give certificates uf election to the Free State The following document was destgnta to be served on Walker and Secretory Stanton A deputy of th called on them to serve the left a Oovernor Mtelv Mormedthe deputy that his ptinei n term of office expired the day L sueossf was qualih CJ on that iav and that he would not ac cept service trim a legal e 01 readJl3 already know oi tho rejec much more of doubt than confidence was felt and espressd The f and fully Many of even those was small planted largely of the Sarqhum last being dtermmed Tha rinks of tbe great unternSed seem to be laiomethiog of commotion just There is trouble in the proslavery there is strife in tbe loung ard affectionate WUJ democratic there are in the success f heretofore followed Jtiie leaders in in K bcllion and mutiny are boldly lifting up h ir heidi in places where dem units were never Vc fore known to doiturbt but obey 3rd vith a blind faUifulocsi ani a tjtoi disreg ird of all the dicntcs of honesty rnd fi triotism that gratifim and ao ceptablo tq the corrupt cadu ofthltpir t ihia i th n m tl county where rcuuers well that amalaapiatiun democracy s ImoefulU splitint aid eunnobsaved by even i fu ion fti h tbe proslavry Know almost everyivhoro in Illinois and out of The latest and most serious family quarrel Jimong mation and to which we propl reotina at oc curred Ust iveik in the cultivation of to cue iti full and fair Tho mist ratifying has crowned the effort Cane miy now and henceforlb be regard as ono of the prom inent staples of Illinois produce Ihe soil of n ispfCiallv adapted U the cultivat tbo Cnmese Hundreds of acres were planted with it in the in every of the and in every case where prop erly treated it has proved entirely success ful SU year Illinois will produce more than enough to satisfy our home Suar will be as plenty as and fields uf sugarcane as abundant wheat We learathat of Franklin in Lee hurled so young and igorons nnd useful citizens from octive life nio a dread eternity Ihia iinestigmon as proved successful in roof satisfactory to every reasoning mind f nut positive in its the re originated in the second story of one of Governor and Secretary seil6on hundred acres in the cane tbo fraudulent votes returned nt admmbly and which from thc Oxford and the inof certificates to tba Republican canui daws aepublicans il liuv AM IAHttSEs ecstES The AVx Herald has been gaiherin titistics of thc rhich we take the following summary c suspensions and rityr ol iCanM uni cf GieetiiE j UalU Umm tirtf M Members of the Conn iilih as loemwn of tlif Houseful hrfiB of to do in ot to tbe tjitial l orebeing winiiS their J UlLUS clear majority in both tho ler ritorial We do not wish our readers tusuppbso for amcuient that wo intend to accuse Waicth nnd STASTOS of an attack of or tinit they were in the least influenced by u dfii being crushed andbdiled Wlth ex cellent Our being inexperienced in this new department of turning their inquiries to the construction of proper nnd efficient machinery for j exprcssbn and refining of the and we I doubt not that before another the will snccead in providing adequate instru mentalities for these AND iUl Ail n U HIND t roerr ft tttm i WHIT Of the 443 occurred in Sew York 12J in S3 in Massachusittf 45 in 36 in 24 in and 5 in TSII WIM TiicCUrclind Plaindcalcr states tbii tbe alleged wife who n iron thc ofSccrs in niru wn Vflrrward rsarrcsted has in Gcaupt jail to await liif tna ivhich will take place in the cattle market in Sew York dncsday ihtre were on ham S78 from Silfror Kow 164 from end Safron it always isIllinois bf nts tu Jia LB 1t r tit QHt OH 2vlD A Oiv of Pitrict The it will be was not directed anvministerial but the UJVCrnor Secretary areordered to liiakj service The Governor looked upon it a farce andtreatcd it os rlarcd he iruui 0 6WOU i Pf llie best quality of that article that has hereto Section ofthe Republican Councilmcnund rorc been generally used and much mor Representatives from Douslis and Johnson OBtabiC 3nd certainly wholesome ol tlu if neej free from abominable adultcra lions to which tbo syrups of and th notwithatJindinglho psfjrd Ircsinct aro E11hjiicted they reach ou fraud was cross ondpaipuble even the sugar obtained i nd STAMOS compiled roncknowlI be3t Of the Southern brow a a 5ogaM nlnr u general nent llmamalgamation raost important effect of the Biiceess party in seems dettrmincdtomaiu ful cllitivluon of this new will that and claim eMrbitant rates at whic the heats for the proslavery j ucd syrups are must declin The political of ihe Lesislutnto I M much M per as soou th depends upon this i Of homa production shall lia dislrictand so tenacious of power arc those sancraUy as it will greedy cna of another tboy aro trying to uphold on jf ITttS A hUony affray occurrid at lilinoimwi between two anu ik uu would Uo his duty and what was of mcna whica niiRht be to biar that though to be iiopca Free Stats man near being snot hat indorsed Dine ivns a a coward imd a Approaching n Free btate min he inquired whether he endorsed tle 1fcranswered in the The owdf n pocket and snapped it it the FreeState manFortnmmly it hut thc next moment the nssail r was rolling in the A crowd ioilierfd roundand soon the difficulty was reported in Leeomptin that a negro the vicinity was efforts were modetb wke when the citizens inter and A lot of rowdies wem oc to Topia last resolved to capture So ar Difficulty may grow out with his entire com has been out ot e for ihe past few has been IlD CDU ui iiuwtuti i j meuthavins proved this t the most outrageous and mort palpable i of tho Cane will become gener frauds ever iittcmptcdia any nnd our own fare admitted und prove Sot many diys have elapsed since we ive the particulars of tho calamitous con agrition which oecuted in Chicago on Moo ny of last by which near three urtcrs ol a million of dorhvrs worth of roperty was nnd twentytwo vcl were lost Hie sensation produced in IB young mutropolis by this tho fcreatest llamity of tho kind they have ever been ailed upon to wis deep and pro nnd now bidsfair to prove more sting th m in oromary c After tho bodies thit wore not entirely were recovered nnd approprmte the Coroner instituted a rigid and orutmisiog investigation for the purposeof if the origin and of tbe hre that had 80 much aased the des and was caused by two clerks nd two abandoned women of the vho were indulging in a Sunday nights runkcn in the of which hey overturned nnd broke n fluid Column after column of the reported testi lony elicited before thoCoroners Jury ppears in the Chicago daily the ending ot which causes the blush of shame o mantle the check cf every virtuous mind d person who baa any regard for thc moral eputation of our This eveals tho disgraceful fact that it was the egular habit of tbo bachelor clerks nnd libers who lodged in the burned o bring to their rooms almost every night ome of tho city prostitutes and spend the light in tbo most disgraceful drunkenness and It is in positive and mul iplied evidence that such was the regular labit of onlythose single men who odgtd in these but a large ma orfty of the clerks and other employees of the city who were destituteof n quiet and virtuous That one of these dis graceful revels was the cause of the recent rent calamity has been amply proven by Tho testimony of hosts of witnesses who sworn before the Coroners tbe vidence of one or two of whom we give returns irum iuu later snd fuller than anything wo have heretofore had Nearly all the counties iavc now heird and the returns for foot up for for 9627Ramcy ahead 612 On the strength of these tha Times of the 24th says We think we aro safe m announcing this morning tionof R4SSEY S Goieuor o the new State uf Minnesota As the the Paul tbo Democratic claims Ira of its narty friends and s there are only 52 Republicans bing a Democratic majority of 13 on joint according to this w how the it Paul Trma assures us is not at all reliable Tbst paper says that it of at least five cass where tho aeito of Dem ocrats who protend to have been will bo contested on the ground of fraudu lent several other says tho the vote will or four Republican boasted majority ceedingly wo are indebted for tho following ureaHp in relation to Sew EngHnd bank notes Tho merchants of Boston show most able determination to sustain their own cm give the best evidence of tber belief in the sohcncv of their rp ilTermg o tako their bills at par in all busi ness transactions Tflic Vapor Currency Of TJKW tab the City if so that the OF A Convocation of Sir Knights the several subordinate Commmdcrys of the State of was held at Chicago on the for the purpose of forming n Grand Commandery of the State of Illinois The meeting was called to order by eminen Commander of Apollo Com maiidery After the Convention resolved itself into Grand Commandery the following officers were duly for the ensuing yeur SirJ RBOrund Conn Sir Q A r conntry Atlantic AtLi Ban it sS Commerce Bank of North Anvar Bonqn Broadway Columbian Exclutnge Faneuil tlall Mar et I tt UoVard Ei v I t Jiortli BID Skoa PIS ViebJtfr JoLti tiiT Dsal William Ifipfe m the of Massacbasettsy checrfullv d it B not in tblraiU iut in nsl I IwliM nuajtntleincn intoxiait threw n tploaodi 1 head tins oa M iireak I came b Sir B n Grand TMMWW Sir W II Orani SirH L r D 0 irnnd Sir J05IAII 0 U i SirEJ r J The Grand Commandery to meet at Alton on tho fourth Tuesday in Oc James Wright 4 AWpn i J 0 Hoive i FSliinner t A 4 lacker A Eruwer iUlnm C I I was in tho in h tbe i cultivation of tho Cane will become gener iiim ctm i and estcnsive nest and our own my i era will be able to supply the demand which WH in the in a by a Governor has hihcrto been fiom Cuba and of their own of ihon is near its In the of Wet day morning find the public meeting of Democrats hold at on l ite report The otj tlie Chnir i under the influence of the present stringency of the money of a iThc aaiae is said to be tbe case in many may be the case LcI otb iave advanced instead Of Tbi not ly any EuperEuity of cash scarcity of tene There are li dozen applicants for procLilnarion mJj j iinnse to and the consequence if h t charges are a foi lln ol toe Us not ly any si but by the puny in J i fhers are i do onifiuoii 10 Tior t j I across tbe will besides othciwisf nutilutin him in a drcaIful Tbe was with fromthe who were determined to lynun and taken to tbe Belleville j A German BARBiEi EBATT by killed in Louis out Tuesday was lor me by thc overturning of on piotect which she was Her in her was thrown a I is quite indispOMM ueu Pff iVJlpt of tbe or two bave been The Couniv Treasury of Henry c fof bim j nm happv to Btttte that Iniiina f about one thousand i ing to be anU d the of the I he would be up again in a day 22U The in which the money was j ig Md but blown open with many ccjuiuiJpt ibspDte of inctllD it This which vTauASi of present Attorney i Illustrative of tho scarcity of houses know of families compelled to leave ih thc houses occupied by being utterly j liicii uurnfil iirre not teen ber intlji she I in mjseU about rj lathe aiuiiej llira lold me she I tlwre lifnou I sKit with tMd no tup i it on fire lio tolil tUimnieit Jbn Krkrfi It ttf ArniicmFxpM oGce 1 diil not was ir I told hw I beurj 1C took place on thf ird lluorlruuii ttiiJ beard to OM l vc of w ricKSrHlooDj vhm 1 I Uve sen iliein tlwie ihnr tU uf some i SO Danbaioa builJin Dfbb tmith 1 S but ma her i bi i fmiala th wbo ilfpt n I bot do notkaow 11 rrltv OlllV tiTO TO Yora ILLINOIS of small shaversmen wno hate been buying up biiV the southern counties and at 10 to 15 per cent of parties who sell under the impression thai all our banks are in a state of discredit and This is not the Look A wideawake who knewsome thing of the basis of these bv a shaver thntthis was tbe best bo done with Illinois coneluaea nc would trv it on sn he went to McLeans ff they are ARREST o TUB CAIEO MaaphU Eagle of the Mth says Smith was arrested yesterday on a requisition of ot bv Arten and of in Hardeman sil miles cast of Boli murder of Btackbnrn in When bo came to Memphis last was accompanied by a woman who paseeu Tor his aud ashort time afterward si c left and a waek ago last Sunday married to a girl of respectable family in the county whore heT was When Smith saw there was no chance for t J 4C KiiUue A Oil B b 3lPrril A W PipPr V i Jonca J U wtua i Josscb Waikcci tinnrv D Jarvu A 4CiIi fes7 Suae Wood Culler i 4 Co unible to obtain another in the and consequently becoming boarders by ncces j rf uuiue 1 J Save in tbe city only t are TiKE would caHths atten Washington correspondent of the few i i J I dinv o ISSVRANCE llp to eouitarrci rruer vK i tvi to Alio all of which arewarranted to be t He alsJ has alargo al heolTers sale on tbe most reason I Those wishing to purchase will do wellt i Mri BABKT a and thereby advanc their own r The governmentorgan at Washingto uas been lately that it will pro boblv be ncctssaryfor BLCHASAS tone a United Suites loan for the purpos l is Ciffi arid in clnrnclfv i All U tiie ltn ioruipr I j i itpy or notbv ported i the following to an the spirit which prompted tiic whol fMr invoiaao who out of the 1 e taikins in llit ball I wUcal ciioe to room 1 Clart to turned doivii t DOrCQ Oil Dll ct rfinoraed meeting n preamble nnda long fair9 should There are men Ctorkbaoll extract amoog us who have tbo to d 11 which prompted the whole I and they should have j ay mind and went to rtOirK fc 7 The Tirnocraic trrh in tho j Oouij mako a little more by lending their money to distressed It is a i and honorable way ot in and will in the end prove d have public to do even though they j Smith saw tnerc betook one hundred grains of morphine Sulphate of copper was which ciinsedhim to throw up JiorloQ iniHEton Coltf i morphine Chaa i lenoy 4 Sntiibnry i U P Ivi i lie murderer is about thirtyfive years of i STf ve with j 4 manacled him F I C Of Ui oe BlaclfftflfinblJcanr in I cuTftritOy nt the lalo TPut extent by ttse ton n o the veiling bj Ho Iat9 Jroial The credit of the that something should be i wVatwniy 1 Lnd hi John I to it mide in the Idid not ISJrooiifan Watr and finally my wind nut to go at ail it not be much to our advantage Satis of 1 t Ueaiocmtic irt rom ntibimtot said that families ouigeu to remove because of their inability to obtain a roof shelter goo out tu j Or i our capitalists think up this sub V and eiamine it in oil its bearings upon their own and of the Some ought to have public spirit and to a few houses pe Unshff nihl one or twic n Sonay to rooia n the third ttorjj I on Water ureet nher I liw in city stieieUlne la saloon f3J i BOND OorrJpoDdencc of tbe loo i The politics of Southern Illinois arc ns 8umingPan entirely new iam has swallowed up tbe late dominant mrnan and noiv presents to the F f S if Ituriit t i 4 i oeoplc of this r r oeople 01 tola uuumj Sne purely and thoroughly Repubiicanrand it will succeed by a handsome majority Ilnj the brgs quan tillis that have nlrcady shipMl Irom tbitpon tle npnc crup is by no means yet Evvry d wtigon load after won Ioal comes oiul the cry they Since tSe fall apples have TBE ATWMIC long talked much nnd not little dendwi Boston has at last made ap pearance Oufwardljit is plaui and unpriK yet the evident neat and skaifu Itsdancol ored ornamented only bj a woodcut representing the well known fea ures of is as staid aa erest critic could Its is an if pojjffi upon the It is printed best and whitest ol and legible i Co have alwaya enroWe t rsputntiua for the elegance tne books publuued by rom ftu the piesent undertakiog will de tract but rather add The Monthly is intended to oe an citircly original the Black aood of It promises something oesides and It fill the place formerly so honorably occupied by alter a long and severe has recently free from tbe sickly scntanentalmn noth nsness of nonsense of Emerson anJ and the intolerable stupidity of all the other canMonthlies Knickerbocker only it begins its existence in a manner so replete with freshness and that it really gives us reason to that wo now have a periodical of wiion we can justly ho Its iijrt of every one of we are posijrely assur is engaged to write for embnweD the moat eminent names in the of America and of The names ot and ethers ot our and Wnjrai SHUIT GASKSLL and HASSAT oi are a sufficient guarantee of the high literary of this new The Atlantic to its honor be U does not profess It will havo decided and outspoken opinions upon all public questions of Of the first number we can speak most The articles contained therein bear internal evidence of entire Some of as is are from the pens of English Its are well strewn with poetic gems of the irst They remind us of those M as by Putnam in its palmy A pleasinz varietyis thewhola is enlivened by several which have certainly a considerably Blaokwoodien ap Sacb is the first number of the now mag and as such we heartily bid it God speed There is room enough for and Tvehope there will be infused into it to much of tho energy and enterprise of the old Sew England that it like some of its grow pale and sickly in its youthful and waste away until there is nothing left of it but its wellhonored bun rather gJ on add ng strength t year after The Atlantic obtained m cities and tbe principal of all and periodical deal To those residing where it is not con venient to thus obtain it will be sent by ono on thc receipt of three dollars by its SAMPSON i 13 Winter THE LCTSE begins to look somewhat more respectable than it has of Thoweeds that somcwhile since ornamented have and their place has been sup plicdby coating of Sne This oho covers up tbe unsightly rocks that have been lying around thereabouts rather pro The wholo now presents a neat andfinished and is an ornament and a benefit to the ffhra that portion of thc levee improvement tho nnd Railroad Com are under obligations to shall havo been no city in the Union have a larger and finer in pro J portion to its sko and than all ouH i ntcht Ihfart n tie fire a mannnu oj Idoat know o i ona Ousht to have public spirit an The meeting then went on nt jenterprise enough to build a few house great length that the Governor nnd Sretej ind we hope to see it done dutifullyissued thc certificates ofelection I to the Democratic without askj ioZany making any j 1 Toward the clo of the all day there blew a cold blast strongly redolent of icebergs and nf tV i frostv All sorts of images bring of the 9 u h heicecad reions Toward h Q lhc The iceclad following resolute moved by smiling landscapes of the the rtch man his easy chair and in I orc hs nmplc the crouching form povertystricken all f j tif I could be met without taring our people cu wiih we would look this af of who received woI firalr Ihal Jiy will lalf notion mi ble of violatlQn oi poJuvp from ihe povertystricken nil present ihfinsclves to the vivid i Of the latter we would now dis Who are those that the hand of A amount of oilier similar testimo ny was elicited which went to prove that there were two mnn and two women carou sing in the second that care lessly or by set the building on Policeman Fox saw one of the men assist tbe two a half nude crnd from the second story window and hastily escape but neither of the men or can bo If their testimony could be the whole mystery would doubtless be It is a matter of small im portance to find out how the fire originated orwHois to blamefor except that the ends of jiwtico require the guilty parties to be Tne investigation bns revealed a condi u r succeed ova lianaaoine iiuy AnRhis is bat a prelude to i Vcn acl winter ap what next year will bring 1S58 vail bec1 the have jLnvihJ anomaly a M ihat a fair tfmhtj of readily I lienceforth there are but two parties m Wo yestcrdiij on tbo a pile Southern and at the next it miuborb some huadrcd and is safe to predict that the Nortnern u t to Sefr Q of tbe StaL must oa their but in all probability supplied by a larger bcjn Vio VLrty believe tbat no countv before stated whollv nnd as tho Americans Sket the instead u j Btmnrvri tl tn plac UU5 v in tho U sa great a market for have no tnu yield a warm and energctio support to the AUon Lpublicon ticket you may it that Sond County will come out of tho condict the first one with a position proueuy f piuc i tuii the shipping of as is our own goodly Tho jhamooran vigorously at but all their efforts to sustain their prosla very President will prove A I AmArirtnnf Will eltQel A GOOD observed yesterday that larse amounti of grain dlirinthc entiro This we as an oraetiof sood Whateve Tbe larRist single manutactunng estab Ihlmcnt the world is now at operatien m for faciureof cloth from tho oftheAI The vastness of tbis great wdrk win be seen from the following which yet applies to only ono Thewaavins contains 1 The i cnctb of the shafting is nearly ten vveihs between six and seven hundred iVn ctem engines to wort these equal to horse and ac looms in ono apartmeni are capable of wcavin thirty thousand or nearly ichtetnmiles of n axgregate length of five tbouMnd six eightyeight miles of cloth an Tho building covers sa acres of tbe novelties of the present day is suilin capr aia of the of La bat silk possesses and s they absorb less water than Qtnor dry quicker when wet they J none of their and in the vteather are so easily nandled that saflore would BOoncrreef 009 of them sevwal tones eiSTT Who are those that the hanu ol in thecity Me The object of this very palnaUe rty already reached or who alrea tion 8D hjsible President BrciiiXAS to remove L tol the dread influence of its of clerks to inSuence President BfciiiXA tO InilUCnm gy ItUl WitKSiand SIASIOS from their present of tho hardened with which we in they I lons but indas bave cihibitcd a sapcicnt amount of rasj mechanics and ous ave have no UlClCiAIl J in the very greatest and irhich bfts follWcil by the most rain U the vousg1 men who fine M win unavamug n few pro Sy will eitber rej be UU8 Of tna tew pr vote the nhnnio Oircitv rests mach npon tb lew main at or othewise mam at or tho oi our i ability of pay thcir dobs eratic offeetted by the Germans who will unite themselves to our party Of their ability to pay no 0110 ha ia doubt DISCOVERV OP rai TOJIB Tho Eapearonca of Athens that near the village of not far from aalil a tomb been Which has bccn be that of blitv to no oiio ujuu wnicn nos occa mselves to our Of Aeir asuuy t the great an in leZcrat is doing ood service m Bat CVOT men sometimes are the fact In andl hope to j tljo by foolish regard the i jhVwiJdra of torn 1 cly n Ihrr iLur i IIJ i mnv br 5f democracy during thrpast cam n cent of which due iur WUOLCf j to j fortv thou5tind dollars for services done the democracy during thrpast cam a cent of which wu due him carefully investigate the re theFortSnellingreservatiouibj Cpcetnrv tome ofhis friends formore a million of j jjss than it was 1 tbe treas less tnan K was X fiV stop all leaks m the trens 0Jf the system of i v now practiced by ofnce holders Mr Dt it un if G c I1m5 N10 i Tir ir swl vi fcf riMFt Ot vt lllVCTMrt UllLtt ALSEB and bread by the sweat of their d poiiti0li organizii Occnpjinp j Soti ODiy will these be sorely pressed during ues of our eouii i i in T HT9 tllOS flaflj S The issue is then faiiy u lgainat EJR A i um v M in beir present olEaiiUyand politic Ulc coming but in no class will the contest iid in the i he from privation of i of oa io trar no interest in old the die is cast wou nnd the cannot fail to sustains 1 i A u lif ri i T to i uf y t rr ppo now practiced by ofnce holdersr by which we would save at least one half o tha depletion ficm Cncle Sams coffcr us we have noidea thai catsix will surrender tbo reics ofsorcrn mentto cur or menage mattcra him J sooordaneewith onr the people may expect to toon find themselves saddled Kith an interestbearing which Till lurelo be raid out ot thetriard Tbe rirty whose nreeeven40 Sve loaves and two to be ose whom the hard move and which of along f tbffr will he do Under thc ico and snow and hardfrozen lbacorainE the a its Uow njaohinore will this be the caso now j whicb otber at the first intimation of j moralI j th thoaghts winters we have had as they are to the societies for of yital importance at THE OF CASMSC jheimporlantfeatarcof tbe foreign news of the A TUB CHICAGO BnuAL op THS Tho remains of thepersons who were edat tha in onMonday evening were buried were taken f by their and buried by them would occasion seriuus not only ts but to nthcm who have too con lidinly trusted U wtn that wo thiit grain is be to arrive in quanti pleiisure U betokens hejinnirjg of wiser more libsra wa of DTineir 1 Senator iu he andsuch nsnad no families in h intho an lfc v flfivs societies relief of the The charitable nnd kindbcarted persons composing these com and active in tbis tim tond serious ant suffsnng lot wo can sparo no more space to this it we shall probably again wit Sve oaves an lirmlj of opinion that to the viclorsbclons the and are acting er f syrup manufactured from ft Cni i inwhlch he cnlSvawd the and mano s and the savs nothing upon tha we preiumo somthin being we bar desire fot thc public good that the order for h ryuil s airtaJy in 6UCQ or nor Bat wo sparo no m Tbu tcp vas JtviaWe Lord any Stop3 being taken to alleviatj fc t wc 3ia an early day perhaps a hannUss tsf little necdo to bo all present crisi ho was tho son of a acimly m tbe good work but wbn much is nothing is done jne regular term This looks to savthe rtCoartndionrnedyesterday Alarg amount obancerj and otoer business i a tithe of nnattEjidcd to complete ch a spe will pcvail over the length and trrendth tfm Wlll bo commencing ooth Monda ot A Spnr PrvHlal Palacu tne distinguished be wis nppooiUd to this place when it vas hoped hwould have no occasion to ao that ho did n t and was certa n he could very acnmulatca liis are facwed with Canons other matter logout hi crco m ence in His first step broke oiln muaUjs AHit rFroiatbitStiioaij Senator in letter KlnnTa in rtl3 enunciaiing iuo thc tomb a gold ring wasf oandrerresentrnS a f symbol of medicatart In an is a gold chain aiheo to thia picoo of havinz tho anoearanco of a band for tho Inert W13 lying with those articles a bronied to he that of stone wich bears the were deUvered nnVi Housin Governor of X at once forwarded them to Constantino P MOOTOOMIIIT wife of John of this birth to cbildrcn a few days since tho motn and children nro all inff ot tno tribntion of FeJeral says lest 1C ho Oity were buried by tbe city authorities id at the public e Public religions Thehumi ber attendence was estunatcd at ten U1 rl b t i preyed with the awfnl solemnity of the the at Old After the conclusion of tbe ast resuug nurinE thc time the procession was Of the 1 nnrl thft THE IsraovraoxT of tbe steecU pro Market as we an nonnced a few days is being eroded vith a which is truly refreshing in these timesSeveral streets in the lower tbo aro also in tho process of Those in this part ot the are noticed every dajbyoor eitizeiw Tiiia is one of the most important enter ever nodemken by the city of aal wo rejoice to it prjseeuted with much enterprise and these im povcmrata aro canrd on for the next t Jve as seadily and cnergeticaUr ther hive been during the year then nolonger delay the kut en Mr Bpon rame mode of Irtt a ssciety for the re lief of the poor committees an1 no matterwbs BdOZEtbiBg thatjsilthth the classes it ddressed at the ddressed at te rj audience that hoa ever usembled in Set of apKrgest audience that Haa ever ManUM molern W and most eaiwrt ouJeaf wbafirfiii clmiohM 8n a Uberal tne time too ui and moat of the busings j were From the tops of the J party makes were heavily draped in I and the day wa fettto be one of gloom in tha htitory ot Chica ai ter 10 will bave twice tne length and availabl that we had OBO jear TTe bave no reason to donbt con lllmois is fit for natbc af F T of thi soun and ars down nuance of the prosecuted with even greater activity than if ihatbejooaAle f TO Ciara and half a million of v   

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