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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 9, 1842, Alton, Illinois toe tot ind jull followed is he vent lo tils to light a fire Tor a if alio returned not Agnes fled on irilli incredible Affection loot her wings aud anil courage or rather was by Him who with inch Wool and om declares himself Die Bad of Uio rM A T i MM Jerseyville Mount on should be THE PROMISED Bro ibere in as as of flow no more in this celestial with nd which is comprised in Hint One word I Slie had known in he loss of tier youngest born but K was na iho few drops which precede its body to iho dust in ino hope was even at moment in kindred and in vhal it whs a bright angel around tho throne or nnd it a thoughtful of nnd full of she had been iho noted instrument of adding one to those pure who dwell in the blissful presence of their But grave over who had been her her counsellor her support who shared her and who had been her companion in and pillowed her lived sho fell as if out from llm loveliness uf lifu aud aha would willingly havo laid her throbbing temples nnd heart on the cold beside never muro to Agnus fortune by economy and to keep from absolute and was always ShV treated tier son as a associated in her visits of in her labors with all ilia strength mil ingenuity his young days could It was ibis fair pledge of her young was now tu be It wait a bright dny in and Agnes had risen with the and a few to visit a dying On this occasion she left her dear little Will contenting herself with imprinting a ors hiss upon his glowing as ho lay wrapped in Is he sweet est of all children sho us turn ed to look once more upon his sleeping love Oh if I wero I should nothing to The hours and moments sped away until the lime when Agnes was who shall bo Iho first to tell her uf these heavy tidings All shrunk from the Sho they could not her there they crowded together in a little as children press when they aro listening lo some thing eyes turned upon her with sad and fearful meaning but not a word was is she quickly Where is my dreadful has let ia my you not SUICIDE But mine thb my Ill icck And me iho An Owe of was in this city on Little of tlie man committed self Raid wh to Know no wrr eCh 1 patrols lier while JCB i n lo Around thew I world n nun When In the this Hint mny furl e the angry i f cp no 11 r tremble in i lo wipe all ml lunr to longi of 1 to tins ia tho speak to ho is ment is ul lasl which 1 havo been so long antici pating continued in a plaintive as if communing wilh her own spirit Oh I have loved him loo llian I my tried not to do oh ho was so BO Ho was my being left on that 1 could call my the and that is token Yes 1 am left alt and solitary in nil this world it has nothing now me lo I loo uiny Exhausted by the strength of her emotions she sunk intn the arms of sympathizing who had clustered around penn to the suul by to them novel ex uf Thero no no wringing of the no frantic and tho father of the the and of I lib ante she over anil wood that sometimes lay scattered in lier to vanish as alie and the explored every littlo hiding place that might hor with on Ingenuity and in from working of a mothers that amounted almost to Her companion looked on wander at her lu sou a creature BO delicate do that to and judgment of a He pretended not lo cope with lier io search die Ho Boomed Iho humble ii volute I must find my boy I1 alio exclaimed or forest will receive ua both into the same But I shall find him He who has evor been my guide in my my strength in and my consolation in will him back to My trust it in the Agnea went on and knew not bow far she had Iho for aro no why marks to ascertain the dis and one wander on for hours and and terminate their journey near Iho very Ihoy commenced She soon lo a spot more open than she had hitherto passed where wild flower and the wintergreen grew tn abundance as almost to cover iho earth with a carpet of and green and Agnes heart beat quicker as sho Una is a place which would attract my She most expected lo sec liim sleeping on the bed of flowers before She cast a rap id glance around She expecting a My darling Will was a slight rustling in the bush es near She Dew with outstretched arms to Hasp her but it only the oung faim who had bren started from hit heart died within ell the sickness of hopu from almost certainly to u known but lo attach deep of romance to uf and n twentyfive years of raa thai of a cut ler and be had been lo thai vivacity of and buoyancy o t fits so hia o had been a wife who wai L amiable wore nut Uio worlds but a pure nni of uf and were Ilm of was in oT and carried bor to the She ivas in in that nf tind been so abrupt and so de filic scaled on the cold and wept Baid her companion dont be su The boy wil yet be if human nature aan accoin never saw anybody ao cut in woods as you And besides a you trust in and tio gno Mlo 1 will leave ihee It IB replied and it thankless in me to be so tit mindful of Ilia goodness but my heart ho stranger in New potters field From that lime a change came oer tho spirit of place of despair usurped the sta tion of friends sought eve ry opportunity to Nothing R To the For WBs hil And In the barbed of sorrow had pierced his hearts inmost and U was beyond the power of efforts to ex tract Mo live over shadowed wilh lie green nnd yellow Hunday with him he proceed ed lo the Potters And him self on tho grave of hil blew his brains r at is a desperate alternative but in a case lilie where pure affection charity corns willing lo interpose between an of ended Deity and the Pie Is a companion which no mis can o enemy despotism enslave Lt homo a an introduction a society an orna nent It lessens at once grace and government to genius Without U what A splendid stave a reasonable he dignity of intelligence derived froi and the degradation uf brutal passion AND At meeting of Society o Cooper gave an of a new living formed young trees in a slanting eve tree leaning opposite so that they will cross each nnd then nt tho parts which como in lalie off from each From Iho Lesington June THE CLAY Wo take pleasure in recording the events of They were such as to in upon those who participated n by It cer ainly never been our lot lowliness such a uf public feeling any CLAY may certainly rely upon the unshaken attachment of which seems increase than abate in in That the festival was the most magnificent of kind lhal lias over taken place in this or any other part ol our will not bo questioned by any one familiar willi such scenes This remark is literally true in whatever aspect it may bo viewed wlie in tho vast of people who were Iho ency of the iho day and even ihq morning of the day appointed fur doubtless kept thousands from attending who would otherwise have been present or in the for the The its earner pan threatened to ho and to inter fere wilh Hie turned out lo lie fa and the clouds which hung threat over us most of the kept back until vast multitude had We have sail lhal the day before was in fell during the whole fore noon of willl no prospect of a Iho Hotels wero filled that night lo and many houses were hospitably open fur the accommodation of those flu Wkig in dependent wisp arid patriotic in neither the blandish ments of nor tho prospects of d career of prosperous could from the principles voted them lo The Senate of tha United embodied wisdom of 20 may It to vindicate its against unjust wilh stead fast The Whig Liberal and enlightened in ils its measures deserve nnd will receive Ilia support of thn American accomplish ed liis services will bo rewarded by Mutual ILLINOIS MUTUAL COMPACT 1833 1 F ELUS ta j KY THE LOST A was fearful and rumor thai coursed liko wild fire one of small skirl iho entrance lo our American A cry like was c to thrust warm back to the wilh chill of horror la arrest jny oven in its gayest and the busy imagination orth lillio in the deep solitude of whom it seeking in vain lo while hn wiped away Iho lean thai were over his like rain holding himself in till Im fancy brought buck hideous dork running would oi thcr fall a tu Uio vory fate ho was ij lo flee flic little till it overpowered his fee ble lay himself to Such tragedies had been acted and thn sons of forest well know that it is easier lo pursue their cOursa through Iho trackless ocean n limn to ascertain their pathway in those deep where the light of the HUH is almost and no footprint guides to In iho present men crowded tn scarcely daring lo whisper lo Ihei own lhat tho sweet child of Agnes Wade was was the only son a his and was a widow Can there bo a more pathetic appeal to the sersi uf human Can ho picture of more utter than th bereaved one under Agnes was the idol of Ihu had been in il bul a fow decline yel hail been lima c for her memory anil her interests tu Snil a resting place in every Shu hid como there to wilh Iho of her lust 1 hiy wero in humble bin it needed lo look at tn know that she had been in refine if not in And she had borne change of wilh so much and pious sho was su gen so so it impossible lo bo willi hor anil nnl lo Inve She always had a wurd of meni for iho timid sha always lo iho sorrowful thai consolation fnm comolli only from Willl irro site endeavored lu reclaim lno contrito spirit lo ho sins of Iho Agnes Wade was She had married we of her nne to whom fond vows of constancy had boon yielded parents had labo and it was his college years that ho saw and lu Their as it into Tho o anj Wado were on mind and Boul of his one and when il was blending of and a moro closely But happi perfect cannot abide long in a world his been Mailed by the frown of ils Dreams aro not so tut y muil have a if not a fear Two yeari hod passed since htd felt all the deflation nnd ajl the bul low of utter joy ilia heart long familiarized lu unc over flowing drop to cup already fill of Every silent as if in darkness or were afraid the by IM for her tlinn Agnes convey ed in ami guod left her n consult what it was best lo Il was one of them should re turn 10 anil iho She found her giving vint to her in My sweet Will I hail hoped lhal wo should together we should join iho dear ones who havo gone be fore us Hut there is no moro hope for mo on earth Oil what do I say Father save me from sin mo from murmuring al thy righteous Teach mo lu nut in although is child trust ii Lord is and Ha is kind anil He will comfort you so lake 01 said Iho old Agnes ho had como from afar la partake of and lo his immediate and friends in offering f for distinguished public for more than a quarter of a anil tho tribute of their respect and ad to the great statesman and orator the On tho morning of the the skies presented a lowering the threatening character of Ihu as early as 8 the various leading and tho streets of Iho ci presented one dense mass o such as has never before giv our usually At half past ten crowd began u assemble in the College the so for iho formation of Iho procession nd by the college as well a he largo area in filled with per sons of both very large number o gracing the occasion wilh their smile and Prior to the formation of very interesting ceremony took iho by a delegation o Whigs from Slain of of Mayor of Colum and of U same of and Plait Evans and Alvon of Cincinnati of the BANNER lie Whigs uf that Stata lo 11 a c Ho Patriot and unrivalled Orator of the Age al In a uf passion and and by offering him self a saved and like and having voluntarily retired to tranquil walks of hearts of his coun trymon will do him ample justice but come what will stand by and still continue lo and as her of a sun who has emblazoned her Escutcheon with immortal The last toast prefaced by Judge tto the in a brief but clo cnl and which wo hope lime to lay our Iho loud and repeated nnd hoz s wilh which reading of 13th toast ns had rujo id addressed tho crowd fur over two hours ml a Of the ut is e thing which people care may bo lo that if dislin is arriving at that period of fe when physical energies of man are f his doomed lo ere but low traces of it exhibited on Thurs ay in a speech reaching in timo near Tho immense multitude were kept n profound except when soino touch f real or some lively sally of and of tho taller quality no man seems onder limn elicited tho usual ex of BENJAMIN EVERY who insures lids company be number of it with ell the privileges in to any In extension Qnd prosperous con The at lie lima hi apt plication for to five hi called premium t of which is determined by tho sum insured nnd the linzard of the on which noto lift nvo in No payment ii losses ring tlic term for winch are hi time notes of lo die would give III note for five percent of which paid in and I for the would make only for his first payment Ai the policy roni for C 3 personal trouble anil aved to the assured in not being required lo over my remaining a bird flutters around the nursling thai is left in her rilled let us on Iho sup soon and alas fur mj if lie should havo to spend highl in Iho lone They pursued Agnes wilh less buoyant hopes Ihan As Iho expectations of her vanished and he gently The voice brought tears lo Iho dry eyes of But were not ih refreshing tears lhal moisten Iho heart an cool the withering spirit they came not gen lly like the dews of Tho short convulsive of un almos were mingled wilh nil This soon spent a piece of and lie close covering Uio part will This grafts each Ireo into its and forms in a years a living wilh diamond shape The plan is an excellent one for make annual of the The comr pony of estimated valae of nail ut nt rUk nn of nnd premium lu Ilia to the fund nt time uhlo lo liu to Onr Eight Four sir Members uru In all of the inle of notice should be gnen to company mod ifllis In have Policy il to tho of the premium im in lno liable 10 The beats the dulo nf ul office the When an u lij anj one to make fur he ia the Agent of tha bj bj him 1 it a inio of the intl his interest jAll with may bo lo nl Allon inv in who may wish of thr benefits nf insurance l arc lo appoint Agents la oir nml lines lo the will be nt may 1842 A bulled lhat she had consult hor own nnd will MB than desert my precious boy Do you go home and leave me The God of tho will bo my safeguard lady no 1 speak on my own account Laws me I donl value il al all manys the Ive lain in wilh no cover but the blessed Tho shadows of gathered slow 1 anil Iho uf forest lo assume in twilight those tl and unearthly forms which excite start fancies even in Ag es thought of tho helplessness anil iguo of Iho and of and uf hor desolate one came over clad in In anguish of her she Oh Hod Ihou hearer of Father of Iho in lead i nollier lo her child For sake while on earth never a fn nnd was succeeded by sobs lik iho swelling of the ocean when the i The woman leaned ovc her Nayl now dearie yon do wrong to grie so vou must submit lu will uf Quo interrupted I would lhal I could resign myself entirely to his justice hut my soul is full of darkness 1 con only remember lhat my child is DEAD This one had occupied her minil but now as if a now light had broken in upon suddenly raised herself from Iho who says lhal he is liis rb listen to my cry do you not hear sho quickly tulier companion I hey it is faculty was now ed to its utmost point lo ascertain the ua lure of the sound did ho is not dead not dead cried starling for ho love f Hll mo what do you uh where is he Dolli were upon her ns if lo mid in her throbbing and if her looks old woman Bo my child bo and I will lell you all ill The dear boy was playing al Iho anil picking dai lo slick in your Ho wassu much by lhat liis let him play lolling him not logo away from ho Sho was busied about Iho anil when she came to look lie was She gave alarm right and ill iho men in settlement turned nut tn hunt him i Bui you know woods is a bad lu find a body Agnes slopped not to hear the conclusion of Iho al Ilia duur in an old woman pulled her forcibly you she Do gel lost tool If man can flml he will bo brought in before Whilo was yel several men who had been out in quest wan dor despairing of Lai none but 1 A g anil the They collet lo her in One of the potty who Quiet yourself Iho who now hoard Iho sweel ac of a saW whoso eyes seemed as if they would penetrate thickening darkness of the forest in their There lie kneeling on that bare My child my precious boy Oh I thank sunk upon her a fow from her prostrate Tho litlle William was soon looked fasl in the arms of kit doling and now mother rild was relating lo her simple of his wanderings his alarm his in God liii ascent upon a lo seo if ho discover any signs of linn his consequent and feelings wilh which ho was submitting to his his sympathizing protec tor tears of pleasure and admiration The happy party wero soon were not long obliged lo I hi beacon which had upward tu heavens and showed them to their ivoro noi far from their own The uf shone upon heir foot steps and Agnes and tho as socialo of her relumed laden will the treasure so effectually sought they to awaken happiness in Ihi hearts which they left and to render devout thanksgivings lo the wld God and Ibo Orphans Tho Episcopal Church in country ap pears to There aro now 20 1000 church es and over 11 is asm gular the first Episcopal minister or in this atill AMERICAN One of the most successful and intelli gent cultivators of the grape in Ibis coun is of Cincinnati has given up if not attempt to cultivate and has taken pains lo procure some uf the besl of indigenous There arc as enl kinds of Iho nativo grapo as uf the Eu and our forests have been but perfectly explored for In Iho May Horticultural published by Israel of this is following letter from 1 was surprised un reading n com in your Magazinu from an Intelligent gentleman in Marietta in which he speaks of Isabella grape as the Vital native ly and Hint Ihoy commence using fur tho able as soon as assume a red 1 should suppose lie al to Bland did he not speak of lhal grape in a subsequent pait of liis 1 havo ceased to cultivate tho Isabella for near deem it as a table and wino lo Ho gives it prefer ence over the us a With il ripens nnd is subject lo awl in ils best is far inferior tu lie cither fur the able or have had a bunch of Iho lo 21 I havo a while variety and pro fruit a third larger than tho Ca awba of I say Iho of fur Major was the first lo u ing it into I hare varieties uf native I consider far superior lo Iho Ua awba for They have none of Jio bard pulp common to tho Muscadel and tho lor they aro equal to the Men or Millers and as free of Sialo giving Ilia largest majority to her di and lamented in Iho Pros Kentucky having lu Ihu Whigs ul Ohio e as most for its It is a full length por trait of and is a mosl beau picture and striking likeness nf lhal statesman and II was by in behalf of ho in a brief highly appro nnd was accepted by in behalf of tho ladies of responded lo address of briefly but clo returning the thanks of ladies fur this memento uf hon but lamented The procession was then with scarcely a third of immense in il iho direction uf moved lu Iho ground Maxwells Springs Bar becue Upon arriving on the had funned an estimate uf ihu number of persons in were tu find us muro than doubled the number by which first estimate had been The uf lhal spacious nnd beauti ful grove was literally covered wilh human nnd although this spot has been cm Wo presume that we shall shortly lay before our and therefore sha efrain from any analysis of we must bo to that whilst well mown opinions of Clay were maintain ed willl the frankness so characteristic o there was a vein of liberality and tolerance towards his opponents wo doubt mot a hearty in the hit Whig On neighbor uf the Gazette was upon tho stan where Clay nnd we doubt not wi fully confirm this A New Assortment of fc mr i respectfully friends and th thai lie B N mid well selected assortment of Stuple Articles in hit line such assorted Gold and common Ktyi of every offer for on X The half of nnd the of of section No west halt of tho south ad the cast of the southwest quarter ion lying ia township six west of the third principal nd 320 The above lands In Jersey nnd a mile or two jf Iho town of and not 00 broken for quai ler of ana the south of tho 20 and tho hulf of and southeast quarter of section lying in lowo six range welt of the thira The lust mentioned lands lie in from 10 lo 11 miles of in vicinity of residence of a great variety Spoons do uo do Tun ilu do do do do to ilo clo Pencils Pen a variety GOODS in To which he would CBN ol of will be sold LOW for COMUs or I on nil 720 nil i reset In old o fur and JOHN One of which I a few years 1 call The vine is perfectly a fine lias never had the or nnd bunches very lay four limes size of the I sent a bunch uf grapes lu lasl il was luo lone on rund to bo in I will give fivo hundred dollars fur a root ofa lhal in uf fruit of llm bunch shall The ulher livu aro equally ta but Ihu hunches of fruit are nut so I was when lu lind nn good my vine yards I have sinty acres in but not all in Last season I had not half a willi exception uf one where the fruit was abundant and 1 about Iwo hundred bar rols wino and sumo 1 am now raising largo quantities of vines from the seed of my besl of native having cleared a piece of new land ex fur mure a quarter uf n centu lo uf National les tho in numbers between this and nil former public occasions could not lint strike every as immeasurably The crowd v variously ul mado Ills in Col lege lawn immediately Iho ceremony uf presentation luuk In hn ill an upen and was by and Chief Justice of the Al 1 dinner was and il is needless tu soy lhal the musl ample jus lice was divne lo the exceeding ly well prepared After the toasts wero The late and lamented Henry honest a pure nnd the peoples May his memory never cease tu be enshrined in tho of an admiring Our patriots heart beat wilh gratitude at Iho festive swells with in the and with fito by tho blood of and by tin undivided nf n free people woo bo lide iho hand would sacrilegiously il with 4 Our ronil war should be avoided lung as il is possible nf Ihi Korlo and o limited of In Iliin Ior A tlie Allon IEP M K W i O O I S Juit received from the by T fc T L W A I K S u new i rieti of will fll nl Store on enr of Brand of every Pilot a of the very findt ft n largo for lhat illand grape is not B It was introduced into Virginia from fifty years by a gen as 1 was informed by General and hid seen the fruit on his table more forly Il UB good but subject to ind docs nut always ils wood or its preserve n and un il should never bo lhat cull nn vor be our when a nation betrays to 5 The all acknowledge ihn necessity of an increase of lu of il iho part of an lu alfurd uf lo home insure tho nf tlie f a The of of the act of justice lo frequently anil passed and as ullen Ihn came inlo power a wido Cut ami Ilain Silk Velvet A now m tide of xml oilier every Home and Lot in tottn Said homo ii well tiro items room of u double nuu 11 acon House anil Lot in being lie lately Homo and in by James lot upon or Tho I ire i n I it oru Lathy luti of iiinil on the city or nnd near the brick homo erected liy William Tim loi Stora an tho corner of in tha LIIV of lately occupied by k nrn loo well known to require a lur urn now runt ny Cur more of above is owner by men the oru of of to sell oi prove to cull at of Two doim writ of lo nl the of on the ilc of unti bu lo oM or any favor him with a limtt HTP GOODS will ho told LOW Cull ituU Ncc fora lur two 20 inch One Uur Mill with for a Una pair TimUr a lot of T a Saw above will be lohl lo cloie n on fair Apply lo Stocks Sill I nnd Ln 7 u of Kemly liiSi nil uf will In Lon for il Pocket lldkfs Wool nl of Tailors MACHINES Tim Uavu a of one dour east of for of for where they will nt nil to withing to Machines of tills JAMES his and und will keep continuity on hvo doors south of llm I f I of ton of nil kinds Hearer and Silk and Jersey June Si lipr tw r huno twers can bo furnished willi the nnd Thesa IKUI otid mill nru now owned In counties In of nnd entire lo nil growers wna They no oilier dulion than and Ilo Invited lo and laden for i Owu a sound Chinch ulO Ambons Latin Gramar Prosody 8vo ed and for Iiy of ihn Mississippi and Sill pan view ol sre now ready tube JN I II from or m has hfl me any dl tiul nil who willl WHITE and for oy June II S tVw of su riih for inle nl or by the m POUT i tha II r ly to lie fine as trere BOSTON BIT 3 950 of tin t rtc d n ul ihu Alt now at t 11
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