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   Olney Times (Newspaper) - July 16, 1858, Olney, Illinois                               "JStenial Vigilance is the Price of Liberty." VOL. 2 OLNEY, ILLINOIS; FRIDAY, JULY; isss. WHOLE NO. CARDS, Beck, AT LAW, OLSEY ILLINOIS. .ucud to the Debts, prying of L JtJiJ YL _ _____ ____ i J W. H. Meilcalle Line Corresponding secretary of the Jledicul Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, and first Vice Presi- dent of'the Medical nnd Surgical Society ef Baltimore.) JVwtfoliy informs the citisens of Olnej X mi vicini ty, that aftor many years of ac- ractici) and constant attcndenve in ura tin.' 'veil Eastern lie. with scin? COP ulTirs his services in ail the branches a bat cspjeially Surgery and tE Children. -V-r'.h Avenue, 27 J. GIBSON, AT70KN3Y AT LAW ANiJ OLICITOR IN CtiASCTE FBJBI.IC. 1 ILL atlel.d in -iiichi-'.lid Proinpt aitviKiu wf Debts, .ds 1.4't-a' in luttu and AiistC i.-'-icv. lil.i., CITY MI LS. 15 rpilE undersigned resp.ctfully informs tie -L Public, that he baa jnat purchased the steam flowering mill, known as (he city mill, ami cardiiig machine of I. Phrapp, oue mile anil a half of Olney, -which he having fitted up'in the best of order, f.r grip- ing grain and carding woob All persona who favor him with thuir custom, shall be accom- modated on the most favorable terms. All work warrented, either grain or wool, if spoiled in my hands, will' be paid for. Jf. B. All wosl must be well washed ana picked to insure good work. n.yTSin. AXSON BALDIS6. NEW NEW SAMTTEL K. GTINN, TS now receiving and at. GUNX'S J. lower corner, of Main and Whittle Avenue, a lanro and beautiful stock of ad FELEB, HEDr ElUCJil, Third and Jhi'.u bincls, crriM'Vs THE hbfcSE, J-L'" Ouiv Three Squaws fswii Ilie iiivet lIBil fri'in tile ISaiiroaJ ubi'Sfc. VISCBSXI'S, INlliASA. "I UK oil 1C A MISSISSIPPI E. K. v T. J: HEELER, SSPBING AND SUMMEll Fancy and Staple Dry Goods ill which'will be sold-chap CASH. Cjush eustome-s-will find it .to tin interest tu ea'.l and examine the diffv.ra.nee bo- I tween ca.sU, and credit prices. Feeling gratefully, to the citizens of this and and tuljuining 0'unties for the liberal i age'alicady bealowbd. I trust by. close ion to business, I may continue to me; it a liberal share uf patronage. Jlj- stock needs no I bu.siuepufl'ingi euHandexamiiieforyourselves, j Xo Irauble tu show goods. I One hundred .la'-ri.lauf Salt this day received, laud i'or'iulc ui'SI CO pSr b rrcl ui, J. 11. Cheap Clsil STOllE; II T (b JXO S. KXiGHX, respectfully ii tnnr Sportsmen of this and adjoining enmities Uia j he ii- manufacturing Gun's of a superior j nml keeps ouhund aud-jc'r eale all kinds fl 'rimming. Repairing of all 'finds done to der. Shop LUMBSK, X.i; .'.r'iO'l Walnut L'.nuV.r, all Floor: Kg of all a ie. 16 l Wiion YOU i i.ortii' uiive. 'lEi; I'iCQVET. jO'l fl >m% go 3 UALiiD. JOES M. WILSON, ulllorney and Cvunyil.or ai Waluut slr-cot. [imv2l-lj' H. N. SHAW C p F.SI'UCTFUT.LY informs thociii XV. liiehiand nnd surrounding count! lie just received and anew of goodi, comprising ft WELL SELECTED STOCK 01' G O O D Sj A full assortment of Fall and CLOTffiM GOLDElSf fHIZE. HE GOLDEN PRIZE THE GOLDBS.BRIZE The Golden Pi ae, The (inldoa The Uoldcn Prise, The Theflolden.Priz.., The GoVdett'Priio, The Golden Prize, IllustuateJ .Illjutratcd Illuitralcd Illustrat d EVery Week, Illubtratcd, Every Weekj JlluJtrated Eirery Illustrated! Every, Illustraied Every Week, Specimen Oopieii Sent Siwcimen Copjiea iSent Specimen Copies Sent I'riee, THE GOLDEN PRIZE JJJjUS'ISA'lEb! n York Weekly GOLDEN PRIZE-w one of the -largest and beat weekly the day. An Imperial- Quurto cuuiaining Eld 111 PAGES, or Forty Colnmes of enter tiiining oris'iDiii1! matter: and Elegantly Xllus- eratcd every week. UIFT M'OHT'tl FKOM50CENTS WILL BE PUESENTEU TO EACH SUBSCIilllKB IMMEDIATELY ON RE- CEIl'l' Oi' THE SUBSCKlA'lHiN MOXEY. WHOLESALE ASP! f One fur one.j nnd 1 gift, ecppy'lur two 2yiti6. copp'r three years......5 00 3 gifts, cuniiyfir five i gifts. AND TO CLUB-. Three copies one and 3 gifts. -....SOP, 5 Ten -00, 11.19 Twenty ere 21 The'.iniok-s-to o'e' distributed arc cusaprised n the folloning list! 2I'iiekm'cs conlairiing 00 eh 5 .00 .each JO iiii; well ID Tlitunt lever hunting cased watetics 11IU 20 (J.'M Off-each do, ............_60 each SOrt Indies, gold each Cased Watches SO 00 each Sflll Silver Watches ti> 25 00 each ]055' CJ. Ill 0 iard, Vost and Fob Cfiains 10 to Oil cnch, ftits. bracelets, D Drops I'ins, Kings Wulcu Gold Srft.Silver Thiiulilo-.inil a Wurlh 1'ivj'iT fifty -eiils to Jii.iii.'t'ii.'iviy. on roetip" of, the ui ni.-j, Ihe uli.-criber'i BIUHC will be cn-ered siAcriptiiiii Iwol; nnin'-er in'iii with tli.-vt pumlier will within iu (he j-u'o- fi-rib.-r. liy or expres. Ail nd'lrcss 4U JIiiir.it civ ji-rk. fuut five. Agerfli wnnied. l UETAILJi'EALEK 0LSEY, ILLINOIS, ATTESD'TO THE COLI.KCTION T UF TAXES. liligulcd Wcef Market. Kll.'tt respectfully info: >Y isr.13 of OiJic thai, e ke hisslu wi main he .eet, ma the eit- keens on supply iintwn anil liiwuu of S-JOll itquiil- i: v tin- i-omitvy affurds, win re f'tiniiifS Mipiilii-d at times and on fuvunibies te Ulncy Julie can rms. S. HEAP; ESTATE ACIKT tXOilA ULi-lSOIS. end to lugyiuK laiiii, Ac.. iuOiny Cuuiiiy. iiiein'y So sell Hie oiler uucil niluce- ilu-y ivi.l tin.1 it gu 1'iui .1 cull. UCioi ae., .iwu .V, can TAILORING, Pressed, aiid' TJr'iiaiJiii; 'Wares Main, the old rf !ib2_ B L'trst sts. South East Corner public Sqiiiir IjUWTOH ILLS. n ov-i-0 13- VV. HARRIS. K. d VEEI.KH. IN GLASSWAKE. Xo. Mftifi slrect, rj'cfS-etn First A fee EfaiisfiMe, Ind- ly. SCROFULA; bOtTGHS, CHRON-' The Old Forties' Room. The old man sat ,by the chimney side: His face was wrinkled an wan, And leaned both hands on his stout oak cane,  l liiic s Ac. A. Kitcliell will Iw f..und at bis office and K. Kiuliell at uis vfiioi-west i, il.-oe__________jelljU liorncc AND. COLN.-KLLUK AX'LAW Main street. OLIO dour Uliiey lluu OLNKV, ILLS.__ KEEN. C. PKESTON. KEEN PRESTON, Jobbers of Foreign Domestic llaa Tlfe'te'st of over teii'yciirs cxderieiice is by oil tile Biiuncn.! us Hie most "ralnnblc remedy HI i' "Vi r.t.TAMS, the celabrated Tnj uf the Ixjndoft 0 effects in iibjint iOO 'tiiiua it m-'W efficafliiyus tlian.ii'Iriin.'d covered. 1'liU rowoily, so'.. vituuiWc i'aiB, bucotaoi wurtliloiiii or 'Wjoriui: wlicn iiii'uiteraicd..' that llio foblj bis tbe t j'o ami murtar, and the oytf eark of battle, an tliuusamlii have been ''fcttrjd fcy Hu' us.-, of lie gcuuiuo iirtielo who hml H CU iticews. Sold by rill Druggie. to, BARGAINS. REAL cslaio for sale. ...'Ibree commodious KeMtiences, in O.ney, and several Farms in iois 1'eraons wishing to purehase cull upon JOHN M. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, LOOTS, SHOES, HATS, APS, st. between Main nnd EVAN'SVILLE, iND, Sept. 19, YARD T CLJLKK of the Peace, Sumncr, Lawrenee TVrIi.T  F. Co 5 WH.LESALE DEALEB AXC BOUTS SHOES eather, Morocco Shoe Trimming 'u63 .28 Ptarl Street, between AValnut Vi Cincinnati, Ohio. LOST. Tmulo of the canvass on tha da; the Circus 1 Black Silk Lace Mantilla, wrought with in application. The finder on re- rarnlnj the same to Hajnie A William's Drug i-Mie will paid lor their trouble. HOUSE 4 honae carpenter and Joiner rV. Otaey IHinois. Will furnish plans and and doall work in his line, lurnish, aw) undertake the building ol offioea 4o., and guarantee all wwk to be done in the best style. FOR SALE. AOMMOTT dveliwf tituated aear tke 0. B. in Gluey. tva Bcunm. Will be SIAUPTEB. NEW GOODS C EM O NT NOW on hand a fine aesortment if crery kind of Dry Goods, Hurdware, (JrocoriJs Ac., including a great variety of Lacliij ilreis Uwds, Shoes, Gaiters, io. ie. Also Iron, Steel Blackssiiitli's Toois. QUEENSWARE, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, NAILS, SASH, PAINSS. OILS, And in every icing adapted to (hi o the people. Come and look ut the ituek, for we are certain to please both in qmlity and A Uenevolen lusiitutioii established by Special Endowment for ihe Ke- i'ie't of the Sick and Distressed, filicted with Vii-uleut and i d e n> i C D i sea s e s, fpjHElJWAllO ASSOUIATIOJf, in vjew 1 the awful ik'itruetioii i-X life, I'luiiciJ- bv snj the doevptions iriiiitieej Upon the unfortunate vietiiH'f of snoh iidenic  with such co find n the south, would: have -Jeft to -the- West, unoccupied, and unreclaimed, the larger- p0rtion.of.ihe-.. whp'e.-ter" riiory pertaining the An.erican Union. It is iato this vast erea that civilization Las now been penetrating with ;uiiexample strides. In. --the South ihe enprraous province of Tex-, as, in the north the vast district of Minnesota, and in' the center the fa- mous. country df Kansas, ;haye been; broi ght under, organization more or. less perfect, and the' establishments on the coast of tee Pacific arid the borders of the Great Salt rep- resent a start. from the opposite side. Two circumstances have r'ecenily combined to bring these results to pass, and to increase, beyond any former measure, the process of the Union. These are the discoveries of gold, and the migrations of the mor- mon community. The first report of the treasurers of California not only attracted a new stream of emigrants from Eurrpe to America, hut, c ed th em to a part of the coitjri eri t where, except for such attraction., up considerable settlement, would p'rpba- 11. i 1 j bly have been fi> California', thou; known and short j so ie in" a Very .most important Slates in the Union; and imparteJ character to the Icountry on; the Pacific coast. The movements of the Mormons operated in a similar -...di- rection, and produced the premature and abnormal colonization of a seclu- ded territory between California and the West. The next extension, that of Kansas, proceeding from the east, almost touched the been reached from point thai bad the west; and, on the other ?'de of the At- lantic thai wo of tha old jVor'd some d flicu'ty in follow ing or prehending HI prodigious a develope- ment. Yet England of all nations, n.usi be mte.est'id in the spectacle, lailepf-ndently of its political marv.ls. We can never forget that it ia Anglo-Saxon population which is thus expTuding itself, and that (he laws and language of that new em- pire hns -rjccended. from 'ottr own. Ncv-erifceless, ai? events have occurred pur interest in the subject has been attached almost ejcclusiyely to an ac- pidental circumstance. Pwifig tfl the i ntagouifrrj established between the northern and soutberrj divisions of the American Union a conflict over the ailraission of any newStafl? into the federal body, and dents of 'his conflict at indeed, if we.consider the Territories of Kansas nd Utah as regularly set- tled and occupied over their entire areas, the colonization of the conti- nent iti these latitudes would be ac- tually complete, nor would there be 'any material between Washington and San Francisco.' The ;ne.w Stale now projected, to be named will lie between the north-western f.-oiiiiei of Texas and the south-east- ern frontier of California being form ed in the territory hitherto kfibwn. as New Mexico. Its position .will be best on an ordinary map by reference to the rivers .of Gila and Go.orajo, wh'-c'h will be the chief contribuiaries to its irrigation. Such, however, is tin present aspect of the great North ran cohti- uent., Its uif ler-ritwy have occupied, and organized st rapidley'ihatiaspirie march.of thet.Atlan- tic to the Pacific, may b'e as almost Sc the railway -.which to connect wijl press the accomplishment of theifact This is only th6 delmiatipn of empire, fd fill out a frame so mighty will call for generations of progress, and for the continuous ex- pansion of those energies which have been so signally developed alretdy Surprise about 'he brtach of promise said Smith, after- some conversation had beeri carried on by the company in regard to the (Jarne of, the Breach of promise case, reminds me that I have a little' experience in that line myself. I don't mean to say that I was situated as this fellow is, but I've Jfelt about as I should think he would, and if you would like to hear it I will tell you ome-for-tBe jjight. After leaving ic ball we itarked and chatted "of ifforent matters and; subjects, "till we feached-her residence. It was ate', and t did not enter ihe house, bough she stVongly urged me to do o, I badi? her arid was urning away When 1 happened to ecollect the piomise she made me, and I said promised to let me cnOW you would marry me ttiis Spring. "Have you made-up! your been thinking tbout t, but I rather guess I am too. If it that 1 would have no 'Well good night, I, I did, not expect yon w.ould do )ut 1 one and this spring, at leaving'her I engaged to ag'ain the following night I slept soundly, and the next morning had forgotten all about ny last night's adventures. Dur- ng the day I recieved an invitation1 o attend a ball to be beld that ev- ning a few miles out of the city, made my arrangements accord- ngly. remember- d my agreement to see Helen, and d I thought I'd run over a moment and then have time to attend to the Arrived at tbe house, I met her in the 'oorway, and I thought for an in- tant that she was "rigged up" in xtra style, which I was at a loss, to account for, although I believe I joncluded that she had and therefore I was in hope I would not be detained long. Helen wel- comed me into the parlor with a weet smite, and tofek her place be- ide me on I was ex- every moment to see some tentiou to the itself. The. the eifent result is not indeed, very supr sing, as the proceedings in questio'n regarded by the in exactly the same I'ghi but if we dismiss from oar minds for a few moments ihe is- sue betwepn free-soil and slavery "we shall find ample or leflec- tiou in tte simple fact before us. is maiuly in ihiscoun- au T are constantly being published for gratui- as and will be sent to the tous afflicted. Some of the te. remedte. and Methods of treatment discorered dunng the Bj order of the EZRA D. Pre.'t. GBO. Sccittteiy S gned Tejpeethrtir infomi the t the Claremont are in running order, and that he propar- ry by the contest it created, and which is undetermined still, biH our ,ntelligence of M-nlay U st, contain- ed the information that the bill for draining Minnesota into the Union, lad passed the House ol' R presents lives, an-J we yesterday reported thai an entirely new Territory to the southeast of Kansas-was undergoing ihe first siage of political organization The reader has protably little con- ception of the wonderful growth which these suco'cssive extonsious imply. In reality not even the mar- vels of American nature are catnpar- eble in magnitude to ihese features of Aimencan progress. Tbe new province of Kansas i-'self, is larger ihan Great Briton; Minnesota is more extensive still, and the cistrkt in which the f resU creation will arise, coaiains an erea exceeding that of France. A few years ago a Hue drawn from how it was.' All havn bear he pro to 'Well I can remember it was jiftien years ago this winter, attended a dancing-school in Detroit.with a yoang lady, then a resident of that city. I had made up my mind some ytars before, that I would never get married, bat if was each pleasant business that J could not find it in my heart to lei the girls alone, altogether, so 1 paid her tuition fee, and attended the class every night in her com pany About the middle of the term, several of the people ourselves included, were talking in the ball- room on the subject of matrimony, and I of course beeame interested as well as others On going home that evening. I had determined to get married in the spring, and ask- ed her advice in regard to making a selection for a wife. She said nothing for a few mo- ments and I told her if she knew none better suited for me, than her self, I wished her to think over the tell me by the last o thB school, what she thought of mar rying me herself. I was joking al this rime you must understand, an< I bad no mof e thought of marryin  JIN been Uiat her imaginatrorr what was not to her apartment, she. aqsured him wide and that she. had seen all that she had Her father was inortdaloM, when, in looking round, he obterr-. ed upon his daughter's dntiiU; bureau', where a TaTnable enaipelled watch, a pair of heavy diamond ring, and neoklace were lying, a slip of paper, on which was-: written: j% PKARKSJ! Gntt..-rl wme here to. fob, but your beauty hat ;madft. me honest for., tbe time." I saw tbose jewels, but to be could them. I have, instead, stolen.. whai I Take; delicious Iqases f romv your nnconseious lipt not be they were, inS ifont. Umoroiro .torn. This story sounds romantic, wov are and perhaps gome K our matter-of-fact readers wilT tkeptical we are assured upofl the, Ixest thoriiy, that it frrtrirtlyUractois, and publish it.as an eTidence that the age of timentr is not at .aniend.ijthat.. race of Rinaldo Rinaldias is not' j-et Eng. Enq. MORMONISM. Thurlow Weed says, in the Albany Jojurnak i-. i ng. a'nf-ajtBosi froie in my seat. Yhefa daylight began to peep ho "windows I had determined 0 do. I would ga over and tell lelen ih'at we mqst be married im- mediately i >or not ot tfll; tad if she agreed to that, I saw no other way >ut to submit to my fate. When I entered the gate leading up to the house I heard her singing a lively song, and my conscience almost im'btiB me for deceiving the )6or girl so, but I sommoned up burage to ring the bell, and puli- ng up my collar and throwing my lead back, anxiously watted an an- swer to- my.Jsummone. She'soon came to the door, and again I was ibown into the parlor, and she took ter place beside me on the sofa ar before: I commenced. what is it? mnst be married to- day, or don't think I ahall be able to be married at It stuck in my throat as I said it, For I knew 1 telling a whop- but imagine mt when ihe said: just; as yotf please, Hen ry. You may drive your carriage awund at twelfe d'clffcls, and I I gave up! Precisely at twelve 1 drove np before her door with my carriage, and before we were married.' Our frnnd'added, after finishing the storyr 'Young wife has been worth a hundred thous- and dollars to me 'since F "Don't get above your bus- as the lady said to the shoemaker who was busily engaged measuring hrr ankle to ascertain ihe size of her foot. Suddenly she half started up, and throwing up her hands joyful- ly, she murmured "I go, papa, to Jesus, meet me and she pointed with a smile to There was a slight quivering of the delicate bosom, and again ail was still. The desolate, heart-broken pa- rent raised her in his arms, and sweeping back the clustering ring- lets, he into her face. Ah! 'twas not to mistaken. DeattT, the of terrors, had blown bis icy mantle around ajtd called fier to his own; the swdet spirit had fled from its frill earthly tenement, nothing1 was corpse of beau the lifeless behind thee; but 'twill not be long; I will join thee fa heaven, wfcerc he who thy murderer can never come; he that has nipped thy life's blood in its early bloom and stop- ed thy beating pulse, and clpsed thy sweet haale eyes in death for- ever. Ah! 'tis true. Farewell wast too pure for earth And siaking by her aidej all was the tomH. They buried her in a beautiful spot 'neath the drooping willow tree, with bridal rcbes around her for a shrowd, and she calmly sleeps be- neath the grassy mound. A little slab of pure white marble decks the grave. And see, as the last departing rays of (he eun set in tho west, lingers on the stone, we can truce the little trapresuming "IDA." 'Tis winter: the chilly b'owl fiercely round ber head, but she hee.ls it not. ,llark! we almost think we hear the rushing car- rying on its wings a' single mourn ful word, and the cry was born to heaven. 1 monism was a epeck, not bigger; than a man's bead. The original imppster, Joe Smith, came the writer of this article, onlyBXyearf ago, Avith the manuscript of his Mormon Bible, to be printed. Ho then'had but one.: fojlower, spectable and honesti faroaer pf tho; towjn of Macedpn, whp jpfferedtim-. self as security for. the But after reading a few chapters, it seemed such, a jumble qf, hgible absurdities, that advisinj mortgage his farm, __ family. But way to our neighbor JElihu _ shall, and got hufMormon printed." A gentleman hiving in Mi po- session ten or twelve hundred dol- lars on a certain banking tion out West, wtatuptothe coun- ter one fine morning; and addnM. ed the teller in the following guige: i morning, sir. Beautiful weather, etc.' Ahem! something- over a thousand dollars worth of TOUT monty in my The teller Wisconsin, vn ibe north ,10 Lwiilaaa 'yre prfparing to reWr% to our port. Why ii love like a canal boat! _. Because it's an internal, trans- A night or two ago, a Jail, girl, residing on Kace, near Fourth street, was partially awaWned'from her Cumbers by a mad in her cham- ber, but not fully aroused, the lay with closed lids a minute, when the sound being repeated, she star- ted np, and saw by the tha jet on the gas burner, a man's form diaappea'ing through dow. She screamed involuntarily, and her father, armed revol. verj was in her room in few; mo- not to yak tedoem the nelt qwwiott. A With bilj. on bjAbT re- plied the cbrt rontpliyMtJT, 'And ihow, I an nou-spccie paying baabl' 'Verypwhabh they are, bowing Tory poaWy. 'Well then, kind can you givfe 'Moft any kind, sir. Giro Bed Cat.' stand it.' then Gray Catf 'Wouldn't rtraw for barrel of it. 5' do, yon sty M BlieM wdrth a 'Well, I'll try and acownmolate yon with WMto woajdn't be any MeoouMMb> tion. Idair'twant your inftnutl Wild Gat Oai Grey Oat, Black White Cat, Tom Oat. I wouldn't BM it to Bt-" t horse with. Haven't gdt some'money on Eai No, softly and.' Eastern banJu prfll cie paying not Ea sir.' then, (i age from bis ate expression oft you give me coU'iterfeit does   

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