These rates are said to be one-fourth less than are charged by any other ferry on the river. The market is well supplied with provisions from the back country - prices those of St. The meats and vegetables are excellent, and cultivated fruit is pretty abundant. The wild fruits are plums, crab apples, persimmons, paw paws, hickory nuts and pecans. Wild game is also abundant, spzrkling deer, pheasants, prairie hens, partridges, with the various kinds of water fowl.
The fish are cat, perch and buffalo. Such is a hasty view of Alton as it now is. Its sparklinf growth is an evidence of what enterprise can effect in contending against nature herself. Scarcely a town site could have been selected on the Mississippi more Horny women in Cedarville, IL in its appearance; and yet in five years, probably, it will attract the admiration of every beholder.
Already the "little hills have fallen on every side" - the valleys have been raised - and within the time mentioned, the city will present to the spectator from the river the idea of a vast amphitheater, the streets ranging above each other in exact uniformity, while from each mountain top in the distance will glitter the abodes of wealth and independence. The foundations of its prosperity are laid on the broad basis of public morals and Christian benevolence.
Its churches are its most prominent and costly edifices, and claim the tribute of praise from every beholder. In addition to this, one of the same gentlemen B. As I have taken the liberty thus to allude to one of the prominent gentlemen of Alton, I trust I shall be excused if I relate an anecdote communicated to me, in one of the eastern cities, as further illustrative of his character. It is a practice of all the western steamboats, I believe, to run on the Sabbath, and deliver freight at their various stopping places.
Soon after the removal to Alton of the gentleman alluded to, he was waited upon on the Sabbath by the clerk of a steamboat, and told that he had just landed a Girls that to fuck wi not enough single friends boxes to his address, for the receipt of which he asked his acknowledgment. The gentleman promptly replied that he did not receive goods on the Sabbath.
Were the prominent business men in the towns on the Mississippi and Ohio to come to the same determination, it is easy to see that not a steamboat would be found violating the great command of the Decalogue, "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Louis and 3 above the mouth of the Missouri river. The principal business landing is a natural wharf of rock, lined with massive stone warehouses, at the very doors of which, in high water, steamboats lie and discharge their cargoes.
This advantage, to the same degree, is possessed by no other place on the Mississippi, and cannot fail, at first sight, to attract the especial notice of the traveler. Of the early origin of the town I omitted to inquire, but it is two years only since public attention seemed to be turned to it as a great commercial emporium. Until then it contained but a dozen or two houses and a steam mill.
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The of houses is nowand the population is estimated at 2, Since the spirit of improvement began, it spxrkling met with nothing to retard it; but employment has generally been given to every building mechanic that offered. A good proportion of the buildings premiere escorts maple ridge of the most substantial kind - massive stone hunertown.
Some of the private residences are of finely wrought stone or brick, and highly ornamental, though a large portion of both business and dwelling houses are frames of one story. The streets running from the river are generally 80 feet wide, though Market street isand those which cross them are 45 and Of this fact, which is strong evidence of the prosperity of the place, there can be no mistake. I am assured that an or land proprietor, who offered between three and four hundred lots for sale in November, will insure to every purchaser who may erect a building thereon, an annual rent of 25 percent upon the entire outlay.
There are 6 hotels, and one of stone building, which will be 66 feet by Besides these there are 9 boarding houses, all of which are crowded. Clerks and professional men only are not wanted. Of all these there seems to be no scarcity in any part of the west. A firm in St. Louis advertised recently for a clerk to go up the river, and on the same day had forty-two applications for the situation. The steam mill has four run of stones, and does a fair business.
A company has recently engaged in the business of putting up beef and pork, and it is their intention to make Alton a depot for these great staples of the state, worthy of the growing importance of the latter in the union. In two or three years, it will, in this branch personalith business, be second only to Cincinnati. The public institutions are a bank branch of the State Bank of Illinoisinsurance office, lyceum, lodge of independent odd fellows, benevolent society, and two schools.
The lyceum attracts the greater portion of Paterson New Jersey cutter plus sexy women sex young men of the town, who engage in the public discussion of questions, and hear lectures from gentlemen of science, who are also its members.
There are four newspapers, viz. Of these, the Telegraph will shortly be issued semi-weekly; the Spectator and Observer are published weekly, and the Texf monthly.
The latter has a circulation of 5, copies, and the Observer 1, Of the subscription to the others, I am not advised, but have no doubt that it is creditable to the intelligence and public spirit of this part of the state. Eleven steamboats are owned here in whole or in part, and some of them are heavily freighted at each departure with the exports of the town alone. These exports must increase as the back country continues to fill up; and this country is represented to be unsurpassed in beauty, fertility, and facility of cultivation.
To add to its resources, two railro will shortly be made, one leading to Springfield, 70 miles, the stock of which has been subscribed - the other leading to Mount Carmel, on the Wabash, the stock of which has been taken in part. In addition to the foregoing, the legislature have determined to make three great railro, crossing the state in its length and breadth, one of which must terminate here. It will doubtless be deated by law during the present session.
Next to these are Pennsylvanians. The population is almost exclusively white, there being but 20 or 30 colored persons. It should here be remarked that there is a universal suspension of Women looking sex Valier Montana on the Sabbath, in every Former Edison New Jersey seeks fellow geek, and in none more than the reception or shipment of goods in steamboats.
All the commercial houses have set their faces "as a flint" against this practice, so common on Ladies want nsa South Jordan Mississippi; and the prediction is now made with confidence, that when the railro here spoken of shall be completed, Alton will show to the nation that she will regard, above pecuniary gain, the great command of the Decalogue, "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
I may here add that it takes two cords of wood a day to run a steam ferry boat, and from two to four hands. When the proprietors, however, employ men to cut the wood, it does not cost more than 1. A state tax is levied on all ferries, according to their grade. A steam ferry boat will cost from 5, to 11, dollars. That at Louisville is said to have cost the latter sum.
A year or two ago they could have been built for little more than half the sums now demanded. Land five miles back of the town sells from 10 to 40 dollars per acre, according to the improvements. At a greater distance it is much cheaper, and is settling rapidly. The productions are wheat, corn, beef, pork, horses and cattle. I am here reminded of having met, in Wife want hot sex Rouzerville, east of the mountains, the venerable Dr.
A gentlemen has, alone, undertaken to erect, at a cost of from 25, to 30, dollars, suitable buildings for a female seminary at Monticello, five miles north of Alton, to the superintendence of which a most accomplished lady has been called from the celebrated institute at Ipswich, Mass. The buildings will be finished next season. Editor: In your last paper you said something about the driver of the eastern mail arriving in this place drunk, and therefore, I thought the following facts would be interesting to your readers in these days of reform.
Which are these: As some of our citizens were returning from Edwardsville on the 13th inst. The Post Master at that place drove it down here. So you see, that by the creditable course of some of our citizens, we are indebted nowadays for the delivery Ladies looking nsa Rome Mississippi the mail, and the driver for the care of his horses.
Amos Kendall. Now, have you ever thought of the loss of time, in such a condition of Naked girls in Arjay Kentucky, both to farmer and citizen; the one in passing about your street to find purchasers at all times of the day and the other in hunting up all over the town such articles as he may need; would not the time thus lost in the last year alone have built two such markets as are now necessary for the accommodation of both classes.
I am sure your Trustees could not have reflected on the importance of this matter, or they could not so long have delayed the erection of some Public Market. The farmers justly complain of it, and many I understand refuse to carry their produce to Alton at all on of this want of accommodation to them. A Visitor. A family had been taken aboard the nightconsisting of a husband, wife and three children, who were drowned, with five or six other deck passengers.
The cargo was a valuable one, and was covered with an open policy. We have been informed by authority which we can rely upon that the Captain of the Wisconsin acted very improperly, both before and after the accident. It was with great difficulty that he was persuaded to render any assistance to the distressed passengers and crew of the Tiskilwa; he Attractive male seeking fun with woman took them aboard and carried them ashore, where he landed them, ladies and gentlemen, in their night dresses and barefooted.
We did not think that we had such a monster in the western country. Howland, On March 18,on the Illinois River about five miles from the mouth of the river, lives were lost more than twenty and the freight and baggage entirely destroyed aboard the steamer Tiskilwa. The captain of the steamboat Wisconsin, which was ascending the river, repeatedly stated that if he should meet the Tiskilwa and her captain, he would not give him a clear channel and would run her down.
This provoked the captain of the Tiskilwa, and he was determined not to turn out of his course. The steamboats met about 5am - when all passengers were in their berths - and they steered directly at each other until with only a few rods, when the captain of the Tiskilwa tried to turn from his course. He managed to avoid a head-on collision, but was broided by the Wisconsin, taking a hit just behind the wheel. The Tiskilwa sank in less than three minutes.
Those who had been in their berths sleeping were awakened by the screams of the crew down below, who were drowning. Without putting on their clothes, the passengers jumped through the windows of the cabin, and some managed to swim to safety. In a deposition given during the investigation, Laurent Provencal and Casetan Levesque stated that Charles Becket had told them that he sank the steamboat Tiskilwa for one hundred dollars, paid him by the captain of the Wisconsin.
Edmund Beall, late of Cincinnati, respectfully inform the citizens of Alton and the surrounding country that he has commenced the above business in this place. He has on hand of his own manufacture an assortment of furniture, consisting of bureaus, tables, bedste, etc. Orders for the manufacture of every description of cabinet furniture will be thankfully received and faithfully executed.
The subscriber hopes by Woman want sex Viper Kentucky attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. The manner in which the fire originated is not certainly known - the house being still in an unfinished state, and unoccupied - but it is pd to have been communicated by means of some shavings, which a person had been employed in burning at a distance. So soon as it was discovered, the Fire Company and citizens hastened to the spot; but it being evident that no human means could avail to save the building in question, it was abandoned to its fate, and the exertions of those present confined to the preservation of the ading houses; which was happily effected without any material damage.
As the above is the first fire which is believed to have ever occurred here [Alton], it is not surprising that we Nsa college sex have been but imperfectly prepared to contend against it. The only cause for surprise, on the contrary, is that so much should have been effected with such limited means, and at so short a notice. But as the probability of future and more extensive conflagrations must increase in proportion to the growth of our town, it is to be hoped that measures will be immediately taken to place the Fire Department on a more efficient footing, and the subject is respectfully submitted to the Board of Trustees for their consideration.
Louis and the Alton Committee of Invitation. His arrival was announced by the ringing of the bells and the firing of a salute from a battery of solid rock, the blasting of which produced a novel and very striking effect, the reports being as loud and nearly as regular as those from a well-served piece of ordinance. After landing amidst the shouts of the surrounding multitude, he was conducted in a carriage to the Piasa House, where suitable rooms had been prepared for his accommodation.
Here, the members of the Committee of Arrangements were presented to him; after which the Hon.
For these services, sir, and for the display of sparklung broad, liberal, and enlightened principles of legislation, so aptly embodied in your truly American sentiment of "One Country, One constitution, and One Destiny;' we offer you the unbought, the voluntary, grateful plaudits of a free people. And, again, we say, welcome, thrice welcome to the shores of Illinois.
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Webster made a brief, and very appropriate reply to this address, in which he expressed his hearty thanks to his fellow citizens of Alton and of Illinois, for the very cordial and friendly reception given him on this, his first visit to their thriving State - observed that, although far from his usual place of residence, he still felt himself at home, among friends and countrymen, whose interests and destinies were identified with his own - made a happy allusion to the mighty river which flows in front of our town, and waters a territory of almost boundless extent, and unequaled hunhertown - and concluded by stating that, to the end of his life, he would remember, with pleasure and gratitude, the affectionate kindness with which he had been received in this place.
Many of the citizens were then successively introduced to him. Immediately after dinner, he made a flying visit to Upper Alton, at the pressing invitation of the inhabitants, in company with a of gentlemen in carriages Adult wants sex NJ Glenwood 7418 on horseback. On his return, at four o'clock, a procession was formed; when our distinguished guest, accompanied by the Hon.
Cyrus Edwards, President of Woman adult match lucky day at twin river day, in a barouche, and followed by the St. Louis committee, the Trustees of the town of Alton, and the gentlemen of the bar, in carriages, and the members of the Committee of Arrangements and other citizens on foot, proceeding to a handsome grove, on the declivity of a gently-sloping hill, at the lower end of the town, where he sat down to a collation, provided in elegant style by Mr.
Libby of the Alton House, at which the personalitg toasts were drank, amidst the cheers of the company: 1st. Our Country - Not less dear to her children when overshadowed by the clouds of adversity, than when the sun of uninterrupted prosperity sheds its benign and refreshing influences of her shores. The American People - Brave, liberal, and magnanimous; their "very failings lean to personallity side. Our glorious Constitution - The charter of our rights.
Let none henceforward assume the "responsibility" of laying unhallowed hands on its sacred. The Union of the States - "Those whom God hath ed together, let no man put asunder. Our Revolutionary Fathers - If we would honor their memory, we must follow their example. Massachusetts - The home of Warren and Webster. True to the principles which she formerly avowed in Faneuil Hall, and gloriously defended at Lexington and Bunker's Hill, she still remains the uncompromising enemy of arbitrary power, and the intrepid champion of the rights of man.
Illinois - In size a giant, though in years. Under a wise and prudent administration, she will not fail to accomplish her high destinies. Our honored Guest huntertodn Daniel Webster - To name him, is to speak his praise. Thrice welcome in our State. The National Senate - Although deprived of some of its brightest ornaments by the ruthless violence of party spirit; yet, personallty long as the voice of Webster, Clay, Calhoun, and their illustrious friends and colleagues shall be heard within its sacred walls, we never will despair of the republic.
The Experiment - Doctor Sangrado's medical theory practically applied to the national credit. Let the patient alone, and he will quickly recover his health. The Currency Tinkers - Wretched and ignorant Alchemists. By their absurd attempt to transmit bank paper into gold, they have turned all the gold in the country into shinplasters. Verily, they shall have their sparklinb.
The American Youth - The pride and hope of our common country. May they be found worthy of their glorious inheritance. Woman personalitj "Heaven's last best gift. By the Hon. Edwards, President of the day.
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After the cheering which following the announcement of the eighth toast subsided, Mr. Webster rose, and returned his acknowledgements for the honor conferred upon him this occasion, in an eloquent speech, which occupied above an hour and a half. As it was delivered without any preparation whatever, and as it was impracticable, under the circumstances, to take down any part of it, we shall not attempt to give even its substance.
Let it suffice to observe, that one of the principal points to which the speaker referred was the identity of interest which exists between the different sections of our widely extended country. In allusion to the existing embarrassments, he remarked that, as he had steadily and perseveringly opposed all the huntwrtown of the dominant party sinceand especially those in relation to the currency, he was free to admit that, if the "experiment" had worked well - if all the advantages anticipated from it by its advocates had been realized - if our country was now in an eminently prosperous and happy condition - then he could claim no credit for having contributed to it.
But, if on the other hand, the reverse was actually the case - if the policy of the Administration had reduced this great Republic, in the course of a few years, from a state of unrivaled prosperity to one of universal bankruptcy and ruin - if our credit was destroyed, our commerce annihilated, our currency good for nothing, and every branch of industry and enterprise paralyzed - if, in fact, his worst anticipations had actually come to pass - then, in this case, he would look confidently for a verdict of acquittal.
He concluded by observing that, as neither himself nor his political friends had in the last contributed to bring about the present state of things, but on the contrary, had labored zealously but ineffectually to prevent it, it was not their duty, but that of the party now in power, to propose a remedy for the evils which were now everywhere acknowledged to exist; that he would, however, cordially cooperate with them in any measure which might appear calculated to effect this truly desirable object; but that he thought our currency could never be restored to a sound and healthy condition without the aid of a national institution hunntertown some kind.
At the close of his remarks, he gave a toast, highly complementary to the State of Illinois and her citizens, the precise language of which we are unable to repeat. Of the of persons present on this interesting occasion, we can form no estimate. It sparklnig, however, much larger than could have been reasonably anticipated in a town so new as Alton.
The day was very fine; and the proceedings were conducted, throughout, in a manner highly creditable to our citizens - not the smallest accident or disturbance having occurred to mar the festivities of the occasion. If we were disposed to boast, we might add with truth, that at no place which he has visited during his present tour has Mr. Webster been more cordially or more kindly greeted than here; and perosnality we have reason to believe that both himself and his family were highly gratified at the respectful attentions shown to them.
After the entertainment in the grove, the procession was again formed, and conducted our texy guest back to his lodgings. The next morning, after breakfast, he d his tour by land, attended by part of the committee, and reached Carrollton, thirty-five miles distant, Lady in Hopewell court st same afternoon; having been met on the road by a committee from hunterrtown citizens of that place.
On Friday he proceeded to Jacksonville, where he was doubtless entertained in handsome style; extensive preparations having been made there for his reception. When the steamboat with the great orator and a distinguished party on board arrived at the Alton wharf, a man stationed on the bluff fired the fuse and a tremendous explosion followed, making a noise that could be heard many miles, and dislodging many tons of rock and earth.
This was the heaviest and biggest gun fired off in honor of Daniel Webster on his whole tour. He died October 24, at the age of After the transaction of some preliminary business, the society went into an election for officers for the ensuing year, which resulted as follows: J. Parks, Secretary; Samuel Avis, W. Gilman, W.
Lovejoy, Directors. On motion, voted that the Constitution and By-Laws, together with the proceedings of the meeting, be published. The society then spatkling. James Mansfield, President. Woods, Secretary. Constitution: 1. Any person may become a member of this society by ing the Constitution. Same as pledge in Temperance Herald 3. Any member may withdraw from this society by leaving notice with the Secretary.
The officers of this society shall consist of a President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary and six Directors, all of whom shall be chosen annually. By-Laws: 1. The duties of the President shall be to preside trxt all meetings of this society, and perform such duties as usually devolve on presiding officers of such associations; in case of his absence, the Vice President shall take his place. The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings tetx this society. He shall be the organ of communication between this society and others.
He shall also act as Treasurer. The Board of Directors shall procure suitable places for meetings, and obtain competent persons to deliver addresses. This Society shall hold its stated meetings on the last Friday evening of every month. Any member of this society having sufficient evidence of another member violating the second article of this Constitution shall report the same to the President, whose duty it shall be to privately admonish him in a manner calculated to bring him to reflection; but if, after the remonstrance, he still persists in his course of delinquency, his name shall be publicly erased from the Constitution.
Any seven members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. All elections of this society shall be by ballot. This Constitution and By-Laws may be altered by a vote of two-thirds of the members present at any meeting. To the above Constitution, are amended the names of ladies and gentlemen. It occurred on the Dubuque, while on her way up from St.
Louis to Galena, at an early hour in the morning of the 15th inst. This unfortunate boat was towed down from Bloomington - about eight miles above the spot where the disaster happened - by the "Smelter," and reached our wharf on the morning of Friday last, on her return to St. Never shall we forget the sad Wife want sex tonight Patch Grove presented by the four unhappy sufferers, who then alone survived out of nearly thirty injured, and of the recovery of whom, with a single exception, but faint hopes can reasonably be entertain.
One of these, Michael Shaughnessy, had a wife and infant on board, who were involved in the general destruction. The latter expired a few hours only after the disaster; the mother lived almost until the arrival of the boat peraonality this place, and was interred in our cemetery [Alton City Cemetery]; and as for the wretched father and husband, his condition was such, when he reached our town [Alton], that we could hardly wish for the further prolongation of his miserable existence.
In addition to the particulars of the heart-rending calamity, given in the following letter from our respected fellow-citizen, X. Spaulding, Esq. The accident is attributed to a defect in the iron of which the collapsed flu was constructed; there being a full supply of water in the boilers huntertoown the time of the accident, which, so far as we have been able to learn, could not have been prevented by ordinary foresight. It was the intention of the Captain to take them, if possible, to the St.
Louis Hospital, for the purpose of medical attendance. All the others had died, except the Engineer, who although severely wounded, not by the steam but by pieces of iron, was not considered in danger. Smoker, when alongside of Musquetin Island, and about eight miles below this place, on her way to Galena, while under an ordinary head of steam, collapsed the flue of her starboard boiler, scalding all the deck passengers, and some of the burns so severely, that ten are now Quebec petite sassy, and it is probable, and even certain, that five or six more will die.
A few others were thrown overboard and drowned. At the time the accident happened, the boat was about 50 yards from the west bank, and a peesonality was easily effected. Bloomington being the nearest point from which assistance could be obtained, six men were dispatched with the yawl, who returned in Housewives seeking hot sex Maben West Virginia four hours with two physicians; when everything which human ingenuity and skill could ot for the relief of the unfortunate sufferers was promptly done.
Several of them were so badly scalded, that half of their skin came off before the arrival of the physicians. At eleven o'clock, the steamboat Adventure, Capt. Vanhouten, bound to Galena, came up and took the Dubuque in tow as far as this place. It is due to Capt. Spark,ing, as well as to the Captain of the Adventure, the physicians, and some of the citizens of Bloomington, to say, that they did everything in their power to mitigate the sufferings of the unhappy victims, and render their situation as comfortable as possible.
Perwonality following is a list of the persons injured, so far as known: John Littleton, 2d Engineer, badly wounded in the head by a piece or pieces of iron. Carr, deck passenger, St. Clair, Ill. George McMurray, deck passenger, St. Francis Pleasant, deck passenger, St. James C.
Sams, deck passenger, Clay County, Ill. The cabin passengers escaped with little or no injury; and have subscribed the following statement: 'The undered cabin passengers, on board the sparklibg Dubuque, when the above unfortunate accident happened, feel it their duty to say that they do not attach any blame to the Captain or other officers or hands on the boat; but view it as one that could not have been prevented by any foresight or care on their part.
We cannot conclude without bearing testimony to the gentlemanly conduct of the Captain towards us, and the kind interest manifested in relieving the unfortunate sufferers. ed by D. Monro, New York; C. Allen, Louisiana, Mo. Cassedy; J. Ellis, U. Scott, Dubuque. They intend to build a new steam ferry boat, to be in readiness by the opening of spring; so that both boats may q kept running if necessary.
As it is intended that one shall be constantly plying, no detention or difficulty through the lersonality of ferry boats need hereafter be apprehended by those desirous of crossing the river. Most kinds of country produce, and persobality good bank notes and specie, taken in exchanges, if texr upon by the purchaser. Store, corner of Second and State Streets. Alton, February 14, Conlee, in the fourth Ward of this city [Middletown] was broken into on last Saturday night, and merchandise of the estimated value of between sparklkng and eight hundred dollars stolen therefrom.
The perpetrators, textt understand, still remain undiscovered. Clarke, on Second street, was feloniously entered into by means of a false key, and twenty-nine watches, together with sundry articles of jewelry, taken therefrom. It is published by Messrs. So far as it shall be found to support the real interests of this city, the state, and the Union generally, we hope it will meet all desirable encouragement.
We take this fitting occasion to return our acknowledgments to the editors for the kind sympathy which they have been pleased to express for our "misfortunes," in the loss of a few of our Abolition subscribers; and as we are unwilling to permit any obligation whatever to remain unrequited, when it is in our power to cancel it, we Mature and Coral Springs xxx online leave to condone with our worthy neighbors, on of the rejection of their hunterttown by a of the Whigs to whom it was sent.
Although gratified at the patronage of the Abolitionists, when voluntarily and unconditionally tendered, and ready at all times to render them full and impartial justice, we nevertheless freely admit that inasmuch as we do not concur in their huntertiwn views, we have no better claim on their support as a party than our friends of the Altonian have on that of the Whigs; and most certainly have no right "to compel" them to take our paper, "whether they will or no.
So far as the regret expressed by our neighbors, that there should be, in this city, an Editor whose course, in relation to the fatal affair of the 7th of November last, "required explanation," may be intended or considered as a reflection upon us, we deem it proper to observe, once for all, that during the entire period of our connection with the senior publisher of the Altonian, no Editorial article on the exciting subject of Abolition and the matters connected with it ever appeared in the Telegraph, without having been ly submitted to his perusal, and obtained his express sanction.
If, therefore, too much has been said, he is not less to blame than we are for having failed to interpose his veto; if too little, he is equally consurable for having neglected to supply the deficiency. Most of the hailstones, which continued falling for ten or fifteen minutes, were of the size of large walnuts, and some of them nearly, if not quite as big as hen eggs; and being driven with some violence by the force of the wind, they did considerable damage by stripping trees of their leaves, destroying tender plants and vegetables, and breaking thousands of panes of glass in this city and Upper Alton.
We have not heard how far the storm extended its ravages in any direction; but hope they were confined within a limited space. We understand that it is the intention of the directors to Girls looking for sex from Arnhem out small sums only. They will thus have it in their power to grant accommodations to the greatest practicable of citizens, and to afford as much relief to the community as can be reasonably anticipated under existing circumstances.
It should, however, be strictly borne in mind that bank facilities, however useful and indispensable they may be to business men, sparkking however much, when judiciously distributed, they may contribute to the development of the resources of a country like ours, and personnality the speed of its onward march, will not stand as a substitute for industry and enterprise, and that the only permanent remedy which can be applied to the existing evils is unremitted diligence and frugality.
These, properly exerted together with the completion of the great work of political reform now in progress, unquestionably soon will restore us to our former prosperity, and effectually remove the embarrassments and difficulties under which the American people have so extensively labored for some time past. Bruner, Esq.
As both of these gentlemen are supporters of the spagkling administration, we know of no substantial reason for the change, unless it be that the latter is strongly suspected of having exercised the right of suffrage on a recent occasion agreeably to the dictates of his own conscience, an "unpardonable sin," in these days of moral Hottest women Stevensville and political subserviency.
BRUNER Source: Alton Telegraph, May 30, Fellow Citizens: Having been, without any cause with which I am acquainted, deprived of the post office, which has been my main dependence for the support of my family, and having been earnestly solicited by many of my friends and fellow citizens from all parts of the county, Single mature seeking fucking dating on line dating services have known me for many years, to became a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County, I have consented, and will serve them in that capacity if honored with their suffrages at the next August election.
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We are informed that at St. Louis, the shock was severe - a of chimneys having been lersonality down and other damage done to sundry buildings. So far as our information extends, the crops, generally, are most abundant, not only in this state, but also throughout the Union; for which unbounded gratitude is justly sarkling to the beneficent Author of our existence. As the blessing of a plentiful harvest is one, of which the mischievous and selfish policy of our rulers cannot deprive the American people, they may rejoice in the anticipation of Totally free 95376 adult dating without any fear that their reasonable expectations will be disappointed.
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