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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 12, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                Tilt SHBD or I 00 t rate oail b conducted by Ed itor and Published by MessrsT Davis Had 133 One Dollar per ffl mlj publlratlonJiTAi also found Its wny 16 H Is Oeslgiii cd It as well flUcd formation of peat value b merchant been favored with a copy of the and pon Ihe ground ployed to travel extensile circuit in what that section of the was a due to w bul oileisnrl n as it What have you then by your bank D iTHB i The New thus of Ihe appearance and conversation of al Taylor during bis most recent visit lo n l to tho of Human In Taylor Is al present In the enjoyment Is Intellectual and Morai sad conof robust and vigorous Age sits duetto and pubilshid anil ligblly on his and his heart seems un and One Dollar per cankered by a solitary f I are tinged wllh the ruddy bloom oflhe Win That valuable Ctorti Counterfeit De1 ter and albeit his hair is more than a sank Wait and Louis Prices able silver in it covers a iofly or the present month of has likewise reachanj hades an eye whose fires are unqllench of inH I Hli iiui his form unbowed and his habits those of the and published by Usher fc 98 l i his habits those of the His gratifying accotinfof the present condition of the InstllulloVtheconcerns of which are directed by a Board of of which iWi Bobbins isJthe The be by Ihe Illinois Conference of Ihe Me thodist Episcopal of Ihe fol lowing viz Eraslus Went Professor of Men tal and Moral acllno Professor of Natural Science Anson Cum A Professor of andNaluralPhiloaophy Spencer Mat Professor1 of Ancient Lan and Literature Sylvanus Go Professor of and Phyilology William Principal of Preparatory and of Normal instruction Henry Taluoflj and ReubenAhdrui Assistants in Preparatory Depattment Michael Mum Teacher of German and Wo are indebted to Ihe for the following on the subject ofthe which wedoubt will be acceptable to many of our rca den college is located hi twelve The silnalibn ii the college grounds are the village is retired and free varioiu temp to idleness and larger A daily line of mail stages t Mill inaalluuo tvllluu ullulll fulluw ofethe profuie of which he has been made the J i u the former by k and Ihe laltet jn mixed and when aurrouod by Lahphler will bo forwared by he leldom touches upon pol ded to subscribers at lie low nto of Seventyfive conti though upon all other toplca he Is and His remarks area ways and characterized ly that strong common aense and faculty of Sulck and keen perception which lelzei uctloni with unerring graup of and expresses them in condensed and forcible lite place with Departments Academic under the charge uf an arcomgiliihed nllh competent llioruiiBh cnurie of common with the fauiluy of pursuing higher branches at tbesauie nccofding to the advance meiil ur ability of Ihe A Professorship of Normal Instruction was erected Board at Its lail the purpose of giviugapecial allenllon lo 5tting young men fnr common ichool Every facility will be af forded to to enable thorn to qualify themselves fnr this important Scientific of evcrylhingln the oolleee course except the ancient II occupiestwo full years afler a thorough preparatory and is rewarded with a suitable The Collegiate demands a thorough in vestigation and a strict and impartial aniliiation nn the fotir years prescri wlh alight by all Ameri can When a student of good mor al shall completed this he shall be entitled lo the Bachelor of wiihrnit reference to the lime he hat been in Arrangements are being made for a permanent professorship in this impor tant For Ihe dally les sons will be gjven by a young a native of well qualified to instruct in the rudiments vernacular By reference lo the tabular ex hibit of quarterly ill will bo seen Iliatourterms are as as those of any similar institution In Items may the aggregate ofinecesiary expen the Very cheap for early and accurate re ports of tha proceedings of the t iPRESIDENTJS That exhibit of national finances It essentially unfair and we think it cannot beill Hot ill to even with no other daU than nil message sup1 The dullest man In the commuully cannot well be Ignorant that in 1817 there was a great famine in and a ra scarcity of food throughout cau sed by a failure of he harvest of 46 on that white our own was quite abun Of a great demand for our 5rain and meat was and we led a most extraordinary quantity at ly or quite double the ordinary Our farmers not but our our and almost alt of our were in some manner and we Imported very largely of goods in Dwelling the treasury receipts for the last fiscal ending June yet ma king a large draft b oxide on the precious metaM of especially of Great Bill Now that Folk should claim the excess of revenue thus as the nat ural product of the tariff Is hot very a mazing for hough we hope not often tn have Presidents who would sloop to such a trick ibut when he proceeds to assimilate this with formerj Instaticesof revulsion In which affected sympathetically Ihe currency and business of this and lo plume himself and clorify be sub treas ury on the strength oftho fact that we were not involved iii be ale European embar we feel that his habitual reliance on the credulity of till diactplea mint have been stretched too For do hut consid er LhatiiiJbe former instances nf European revuhitmjhe name eleiifcnts of disaster ex isted nn both sides the water but In caie the European wait our abundant old keen necemity our magnificent How could It then have involved u In bankrupt03 Sup pose one of two neighbors were requited to pay the other ten thousand dollars where lie had and been expected lo pay but pressing the debtor to he verge of and a third should step in anil say lo the good fellow it IB a great wonder thai pinch did not eripple when you were for Ihe name man twenty years It would certainly have flung you bnt fnr my new whirligig In my barn would be talking quite as sensibly aa Folk In the cane la delightful to note what a salutary horror our solfBlylcd Democracy have of a demeanor does not present the painled aspect of pride but while digni fied by the breeding and deportment of a is so distant from any thing re sembling the insolence of that one unacquainted with Taylor might pass the lively and good humored old as he sits In an armchair in the rot undo ol the conversing with his without further remark than that he has most benevolent countenance and a strik ingly keen and expressive black Atnong his friends and intimate Taylordoes not avoid touching upon the subject of although hH observa tions are diicreet and distinguished by self He expressed the belief that the people desired a change of men and me as urea In the administration of the Govern and they elevated him to office with a view to political More than once haii he unaffectedly and turn that he would have preferred the elec tion of any other good and substantial Of Millard Fillmoro he speaks In terms of high admiration and and regards him a noiind and trustworthy consorva live man somewhat above tha with brawnys anillendowed with great muscular strengthand fttdegree Of courage ind lelfpoiieialonvdeqMtelo any i einergencj qualities which admliably fitted biii for conflict with the rude aqdjioiiterous elenteolf pervading the soclely was In his er fallhrul fn wmt he bis The fearlessnessjwttbiwhlch he analled the itrongholda of depravity and 11 he efltct of drawing down npoo his head the indignation certain clan of determined o get rid of Insulted and In va rlous ways but through bii coolness and not only were tirely but not un frequently their wicked devices were made to their own Afler every expedient had It was resolved ai a last reioHj td cable the preacher lo be waylaid with theasaiirance thatunlen he should camp the same course of treat ment waa to be followed up until the deiir ed e fleet ahould be Aa the fnstru roent oftheir they were induced to select an Irishman by thtt name of Ken n bo had be reputation of being the moat athletic man In Ihe and who for aatipulated reward readily undeitooklhe disgraceful t One aa the clergyman waa riding on he waa mot In an unfrequented by the rufllan waa alao on horse back Kennedy saluted him with mock re and informed him that he intended to give him a sound Ant but my dear you had better RO about your If you try you mil to get the worst nf the Theres little fear of exclaimed Kennedy I have baited ilroncer men than before to So saying he aimed L blow with hta fiit at the preacherV Intending to off his horsey bul mi us received one in return which brought him instantly to the The preacherthen andptcking up and chopfallen htm over nn adjnttiing he had got hold of thi wronn wisely concluded upon a ceaiation of and looking over the fence he out ai the preacher wai patiently walttiigforauolher attack 1 I you be to my horse over thereafter pormllted to ride and preaoh wlthaut the slightest molosta oil re at for lialus will be found Ip be from to per Books are constantly Ihe whieh will be sold to for at less than Louis retail iv Our catalogue registers the names of all the students have allended Ihe Inslilulion the calendar year now except those that graduated at Ihe wit Annual we add hese to the the entire attendance for the be orie Eighty J he average attendance Nmetyslx have entered the present quarter nlnelyiare now in national Every year we have a horn fly on the Of such a debt and Ihe ne cessity of paying it off ev ery year wehavethe oM calumny newly insinuated that their adversaries desireIhe and and perpetuation of snob a But what debt save the revolutionary has the country ever owed that has not been Incurred or necetsitaled by Ihix same pharisaical Democracy submit that it ought either to slop running the country into or stop canting so muoh about the duly of keeping Of elaborate pettifoggery in fa vor of hia Idea of the true nature and office of veto we will say a word people have stifilcIenUy answered ft in Ihe lie peopl eleclic ion of his of his upon preient wa are under Iho necewlty arid other periodical Ihe imalleit for which wo respectiv Wohai Oothr received the January number of Itcomroenceithathtrd voli thathtrd second the closely prliitMl paiesVweli fyH f atereitlrig in me is and wHh which wo fhu iyoft U conducted pn4 publiihcd by New at the Dollar per ln t t i number of that excellont ThtroUVi Us appearance onotir It ii beabllfully printed on new typsj very orderji nml iti contents admittWy cnlcu to combine the Inilriiclion wllh In i work li comliicled by lha n malevolent abuie Ihe American system and its founders we will make room to a ay list we thank him for weWtng the leveral parta together by a soning1 which we are to accept aa Hitherto the Penniy I vanin Lo with such other as found II conveni ent to be or profeaatobe favorable lo protec would join with the loudest In voelfer atingoumea nn a natronaj bank as the incarnation Whlggeryj while Locofoco on Western lakes would execrate both bank and but declare even tho foremost in hia zeal for river and harbor Polk pitohen all these weak brethrenInto the bank and sends ihtm over the dam If you have aught to say why you should not be excommunlcnted frorn the Democratic ai no better than uderal bank lay on ua that Pol in burrowing lie MadUon papers for partiiai haitindeilgnedly exhumed a ve ry strong collateral testimony to the eonill lutionalily of a nalional Gen Wash U who had so recently pro over the convention which framed the Federal waa called upon to a prove or veto the bill charlorlnp tioiial He had llius far kept eiiiltely and wblle his own State and cauieofi taken ground warmly Wahiiifiton ret allied the bill tothe ast hour allowed took tho 9 pin ions of bis Secretary of Secretary of the Treas and Attorney General upon and call ed on who led the opposition In to draw up a veto message for After having oarefiilly w for Thre ffileyoted to the Inlcreili p a roachea us ft few days Faryterf halts from the ap ua I nearly the entire South in good part bo ne of iti in a Northern city had cofuiilt red nil these with Ml the lights reflected on subject from other WaihiuRtoD made up hiijudgmenl and signed the How could any have weight on tbli If this ahould not have precedent of l4 and lie loes not fcco afir tlje cauie around uim 8 qiiaiter of a I he ilgoed the charter of the and THE CLOSING Snbbath evening and the wrapt In alienco And nature rests serenely Lllio manhood lost ID TIio a deathroom Save the low sighing sound Thnli In the Iho mournlul wind Howling so tho Expiring Imur 1 heret And wllh ihli hour will close the scones Ofthe unfriendly year Its Hi OBd its Its bright deceptive Will vanish anil disappear In llio dark hour of awtitly To hurry on the coming mons dcstlnyt To push along tho car or And bring lo 1tTe ogam scenes the scenes of of human woo and year Is closing almost The last moments lied And vtry soon its hopes will pass To slumber with the dead Us dying knells already heard In every passing thing Tls New Years born to Itlch blessings may U bring NKW YEARS TO TUB PATHOHS OPTIIE OLIVE BfiANCII A puttlitieJ at the City The year of my Has swiftly rolled away Anil this begin and end Fortynines Now Years During the time since Fortyeight Its New Years day General Cass sustained Tho man from the Frco Soil Lad on by Matty Did lose their chance for For Taylor was Ihe Vest Genral Taylor Is our man For four yean at lewff In spitoof or Malty Tbe White House Zactt has Since briffht New Years Our paper did commence And over all it silll Its PEACEFUL Brave Mexico rnsratirtetl Peace with the thirty And cvry onb ii gratiflcd Though cbargd enormous Now onco before I Il speak of fortyeight Anil of en Order that arose to the fib PraMc stater The young Cadets did organize On It1 twentyseventh May Commenced the glorious enterprise Bacchus to drive These some Cadets have got ft of them must sign And they canneither drink nor nlntX v And now Mis lime to tny frlemU 1 My address is oer t I hoio that you will like the And of my friendj I wish to ill Bollt and Tar awny Around our lerrestlil A hsjipy New Years dojl THE I am composed of seventeen My is a creek In My if a own tn My My U not a My Is a city in My you always Hn4 in My is often pleaisnl toreadt My Is made from My Is an Island in the My My u is c long slander of My Islhe correlative to Wy Is My Is t CJpe in the At Ian1 Ic My Is t veiT good My li a piece My My whole distinguished U From the KEMINGTWNS BUI who have read he narrative o be aufTerlnesof ragged and as told by the sufferers themselves in John mina Life of and in Goldsmlihi Vicar of will lUten to Ihe fol loivlng addressed to a dUtlnguishet gentleman in thin a chapter of an with lik a ch e interuil l J Ilk those U not only d escribes th but is the euer jetic pen of The writer Is ung a VirRinian by Afte residing for a while in a fev years since he went lo an exhibited there the models anil drawings several Ingenious and as they have sine proved valuable mechanical inventions o ills At Washington he made hit One of his inventions uus constructed on novel o rather a principle newly and b which bridges of tirnber of great length ca be across rivers and wiJerallroa cuts without intermediate Peopl looked and admired but althong they saw much that was strikingly origin a they could not BOB Jipw the contrivance were to be made practically Fn tons first ateamboal drew crowds of mic adinirprs round it when was on the stock Remington was not We are apt to lookupm Iho tne obauioal and mathemalleal turn of mind a naturally crabbed and Yet ther can be no doubt and multitudes of brllliai of late attest the fact thi the great inventor is born up by as much of the ardor of con6de rcet the of tbem orally all wanner But I Waj no L never nor even asked be slightest favor any man since I came to who I called upon two or ree times If ever the illghtest or everpretumed upon the letter you ive me lo I did write hhn a note king him to come anil wllnon Ihe triumph opening the bridge attho atid iltvered the note al hU own houso myself id althougb Prince Albert never ot oven a reply o my If Bancroft ad and been the1 man lo hnveonly cognized m my raga as I ft ould have aaved me much subsequent nuf I will not believe that Bancroft rsaw my note for his deportment tome an ever l The succeeding three months after the rut five I will not Up to Iho time I ommenced to build the I will no arrow up my feelings to nor pain our kind heart the1 Incidents ol loae ninety My head turned nd I rnunt have died but for he who id give moone nhillfngfdown for my ac now lodgment for on These ickod robberilea haveamounted to seve tl htlndred every penny of which have had lo pay subsequently iy success at not amantu anil mhocan read but knows t cost me to obtain the shilling with Men I paid my admittance Into the Royal oological where I af er in getting the f a model made of the Ij although a bad astonished every Every engineer of In Lou on wan called In to decidewhether it waa ractlcable to throw it Pour r fire of at tho final decla ed that the model before them was passing but that it could not bo earned to i mch greater length than Ihe length of Iho This was tho point of life or death fflh I amidst men of thi upposed greateit talent as civil engineer the world could and the polo eclded against mel This cue time alone vero my whole energies ever ever talked uas haggard am alnl for flunk It orrow In view of my mournful lollies I had standing over tin I baltlo with those Ever vord I uttered mine from uiy inmost sou nil was big wllh argumcii arrled The effect on nen was like they iave been devils not to have believed un the hi with Ihe proprietor hat linn Id super intend tho conslructlon of thi tge any pay but du ing thfftimoof Ihe buililing I might slee n he and iT the bridge shout it should be called 1 lodtod in an old Ports not enough fora lion bul by putting some I raw upon the il held me very Lnil indeed was a greater luxury to mo than i had for many Tho carpenters hat on Ihe bfltlgo CO mel lines ave me part uf their On tliis I ind was comparatively It was a to aeo a man m raps rilrectinp gentlernanly looking liend carpen The briilgo and its cost ns and uai the greatest hit ever mado in The money by It is aston shingly great thousands and tens of thou aands crossing payinp hoine the great to Not a iniblication Iu London baa written largely upon Although I have never received a nor never for bullil ing he 1 have DO fault o find with the for he has done all fully that he promised to was to call it RemmgiODa The wood cut perhaps ever mado in the world ia made of the Every letter of my name is nearly as large1 as inyeelfv The bridge o this day s the prominent curiosity oftho You cant open paper but you may find Mlomingtons Soon after it built I have seen hundredi of men looking at the large picture of the bridge at the corners of the streets and en vying when I stood un knpwttjln ho literally Ihe great success of Ihe briilgo gave the some credit with a I got a unit of clothes atidsome clean MachineShops Factories in Scollnndi to a largeiWoolen Factory at Leeds to several oftheMaahine Simps ami ObtlouMilUat Maocheater toa Lace Factory at and to thd Shops ai Sheffield and Binning Alllhe processes In tho several all ti iy t Ily on your thtiheoessi ly of some means to relieve It lime which Is dUiIpatrt Jifldle w If devoted to enable ma Urlclfoiiin some useful f foAra AII me procesfasiutnoieverai man1 ifacturesZwere shown to and all my In Unheard of Cnttlly ontf fema were answered wlthdUtany ten days Henry that a lot of horse thievesLftud rob pediately tinted nn my iTako the following iiaittculars regarding wages J di The operative in all oasea boards hlmielf out of tho wages tl In tho Linen Mill at Be 11 fan wages from to per day average a J In Cotton which vUited at In ranged from ittefllngafweelf average notover 7i to In tholarge Woolen Mills at wages ranged from to sterling n wcekj dverago not over o In Iho tno bail Cotton Factories I Kit ed al orihcm spinning fine Lace Thread from 200 lo and Ihe other spinning 40 Ihe a verago pajd lo women and chll as given Ino by Ihe was a equal lo Al Ihe samo tlmo tho proprietors Informed me thai their rate of wages uts above tho general rate and tn accordance with Ihli I found In these two mills rnuoh the best clothed looking sets ofop rratlvcs I saw in any facloires in Great Brl As another lest of Ilic cosf of I as certained fioin the proprietors in submitted tn my In spection their private weekly minutes of that 40 Mule Twist was produced and packed Tor market at a cost or per pouird on And this embraced me chanics and all other labor employed about the Skilled labor U alo much cheaper In Manchester than in In one than Iho newinilll ortheMerrl mac Compauyjl waft Informed thRHuo bead having n general superintend ence nfthrwhole a week 10 a da and the oierseers of paitfcular rooms from a emml to 03 and SO per My geneial conclusiiinWBs that labor in the Cotton Manufactories in was at Icut 33 per cent and in the Wool at at least 00 per cheaper than similar at the same at Lo Very JOHN Ihn house of an eldetly Ger living In Jackion had Irihii possesslimsornenve hundred In his wife and children nnil then made them fait tothcvmldiiUjof Ihe noor of their own by and Utnc Ihenooil house fo possesslun shoulddo wllh the for killing them on Iho de persons tell no others of Ihe ga Let them oinnnt barm Those in favor of aliening the family their lives stepped out of the and were ma king olTj those who werefordlspatcblnn Iliemlhurrledly threw ho feather ami slrant under lied over the confined and setting ilreto shutting the door close hehind Inn few moments Iho robbers of and Ihe firo of Iho lighted beds was their doom Alllrledlhoslrengthorthecordslhat bound time and trroo The fire grew hotlir niu tho exertions length Iho wife and mother broke loose fiqm the sleepers she was yet tied hand and A thought struck heil She sha could not Ihe thrust her bands Into the burning embers and held there till Ihe fire burnt the cotds thai bound tfer saved her husband and fir had not Injured tho latter andlha husband flew for assistance but as this un fortunate family lived some dislaneefrom neighbors H a along lime before helpat One of Ihe fiemln participating In attempted deduction of this innocent famlr by all let looie hereby means of the habeas eorpus Humanity shudders al tho thought of such villainy aa depicted To unheard of heroj inn of that nlfo and mother the whole Ily rme their escape froma tenifio slow Never In our life have of inch a thrilling or seen in a more hideous ainect Ihe wickcdpejs of the aban Omens They tho most of lifei who are the most active in doing Their happiness consists in making others Than sit down to the sumptuous they would rather IHt a fallen or take an friend by the hand and lead him If there were not inourwortd certain benevolent we fear that all ould go to destruo lion What is it but a strong do sli e to others that prompts men to sacrifice tbeir and Ihcfr to carry forward projects of benevplenceand What bad man would enter Ihe fiont ranks and light man fully for and ruth Who have pro jected and carrfed forward thus far the cause uf temperance Who are the men and what characters do they who amid opposition and hatred and the loss of proper I stand upon Ihe walls fighlini for Ihe truth Aro they every one of kind and benevolent who really do light in doing and uhose happiness What a pleasure il Is lo pay ones Sir Littleton made this pleasure of paying flows a com bination of circumstances each of which Is productive of In Ihe first place II removes Ihe uneasiness tthtch a true spirit feels from the sense of dependence and It affords pleasure the ind thereby giatlfies our ft promotes our future and a prospect of being supplied on forthcoming It leaves a consciousness of our own And It is a measure which wa know to be bolb in point of justice ttud sound it Is Ihe uialn sup if t geniuajVttao evidence of notseei Any ihfrl was but a clean and feeUassensiblythe substance of what a Thousands hoped the great or any of thoseof carda were left for me at the whom we aro more among genrand men came lo aee the briHco from all Iuea of more exalted aource parta of Ihe Efut wllh all my due of the mistake aeema to be Ihe very excess bills in the hands of the heUbbrb of of imagination u and the lack of it In course I bad to anil come down to ua having eyes aee not the I Britbullt the which Is Ihe but the means he ia looking al Ihe ends most popular patent eyer token in while we think of the duUmacliinery andihe coffee pot and many other small pal goot r ccfnfUls in mailing olhels happy Vround them Ifilwero not for the that dwelt so largely in the bosom of World would be filled wllh and speedily go lo Wo bless God that o man heails aie tempered by Chris tian Zealand IKDIAK or Chlppeway Indtans have some valuable s6 we the un because leivo as effectual lends greatly to Ihe pro motion of fair dealing Ihe lo the fifed that one who has been offended by another has the power of exer About twenty ycara whcnihere were but lew nettleineiita iu the northern part of an the uncouth figure with which ho his thoughts are running forwards and soar ing upwards to results coin plelet ITeminglon wcnf lo arriving n London early in January He to use his striking in search of a man like I the old ho sought but for one mind capable of sympa Ihelic He carried with him bis a teeming a letter cf intro and anemply v story of has been told by the lips of others as was iriost meet we leave it to himself to describe struggles and His letter would be marred by any attempt on our part to add or STAFronDsuin duoiut Mt Dtjii I should have written but nothing pleasant to I reached London on the 1st of Janu without money or which was just the thing I deilred when I A and just the assure will never desire I commenced erations al on Ihe supposition in this overgrown I would at least enlli oiie man But Englishmen art not Amerl An Engllshmair will advance any ainount on an absolute but not one Kenny thero is the i e got the whole world by I spent Ihe frst five months looking for this man with unparalleled perseverance and liv Ing for less than three pence per I an eoiiTlnoed that few persons In London know 10 much of that Incomprehensibly Igige oily as But alas my wardrobe was gone to supply me with wrelohedly bikei corn on which I lived slept on for which I pajd half penny I ragged could no longer go among men of business Up to thin my spirits never no did my great My liipbs distorted with ced by coM and face and hrai swelled lo H uniiHluriil ltu will l preacher of Methodist and arjd thuiv who in ih by the name of was emsame horrid den a rnyielf were wreluhe word Is at great tradictlun as we irave tn The Delaware because the icow as immovable andthen thelce disappeared ve ry Ihe contrary was A clock is ttgnes quick er than But a man Is told lo ilaud fast ulien ho is desired to remahrstationary people fail when they have nothing to whenopporlun J i A correspondent of the Providence furnishes lowing interesting account of a musical horse A physician called daily to visit a pillent opposite to my place of We had had hlch nts take exceeding The drainage of Iixall Meadows Is Ihe greatest triumph I sve yet had In The carriago ridge for Earl Talbot is a molt majestic nd wonderfully beautiful thing and their la lies are coming to see it fiom all i lave now more orders fur bridges from the aristocracy than I can execute Tn ten years f I would do Indeed I have been so much among the aristocracy of that with living being so sudden a ransacllon from I have been com pelled lo go through a courso of mil am just Of courso any hing onoe built precludes the possibility of laking a patent in EfnglRtid but its merits and value are beyond all A beautiful end steady bridge may thrown across a river half a mile onl of Ihe reach of and without any ihlngtouching the at tho most incon siderable The American patent is well secured at I I shall continue to build a few more bridges oMap ger and larger and one of them a railroad In order that I may perfect myself in them as to commence fair when I reach I have a great many more accounts of my exploits since I come lo but must defer icmiliii them until the next I beg you uii write for since a correspondence is I shall be able lo tell you some thing about I know It I have dined wllh and from that down to where the and are chained lo be table for fear hey should be I my dear Your obedient RATES or WAOEI IN CHEAT We copy the following article from the The U agent of Ilie In LnwiOh Diliilia Ihu autumn of I vlnilrd Eu itil while in GiiM silent so vvrn iverks iu till iiiamifaclurUif 1 was admitted uilli entile frecduu tu til Linen FdciorUt ut Ireland lo tun ciiiiiga kind of secret infiuenco over the foitunenftho ona who gavo For if the ulTiindor should under take to hunt while one remained his enemy in consequence nf that one conld hold his luck In nil and prevent success in The offending hun ter goes outwearing tho power of the one ho has and Ihe Influenceof this is agalnsl his He oiples Ihe and elevates his gun but the fear of his en emy causes It to Iremblo In Ills and averts the ball from the intended The hunter attributes his bad luck to the ipell of his and afler becoming ex hauiled In a vain attempt at he returns heavy seeks hlscnemy and settles all The tpel Is now re and Iho next day a hunt is eminently Another supcrsliflon ii 16 tie following effect that the young when firit going out to must leap from the canoe upon Ihe beach or bank before It strikes Iho or he will malie an unsuccessful This Is rnoro than the reader might The birch canoe Is and surface as If the water were scarcely necessary to lloal Considerable a piano in the room on the on which a young lady dally for several hours In Ihe iThs weather was and the windowswere and ths momcrit he horse lib would deliberatelywheel cross the as near window as and with lean and e and II lyes he quietly stand Jsten till his came for This was his dally Sometimes the yqiing stopjplaying when the doctor drove The horse would Ihen remain quietly but Ihefirst stroke of a key would arrest his and half a dozen notes would Invariably call him across lhe I ivftnessed rect several skims th skill necessary to rldo In it without and still more lo navigate ft with out funning against a stone or log at the and at the right moment to leap on Ihe bank without or otherwise In juring Ihe Is a feat thai requires treat united with a nico and rapid cal culation of at lie The who can do is though to Die essential qualifications of a true and con hope fur Should he Ine fallufe will be a matter of R well an a cause of all the days of his A failure might be acci the Influence of it upon his lenient career may bu the means of ing the churaclerof a brave and noble Ip TO YOUNG after the duties of the day are do you employ your eventngs Thi 1 Is a queillnti of If you havp no re iculat no fivet yiiur ami operate a tMut vhoii ymi nc IIUVH Iciniue unoccupleii vuls when time will hangheav Cnisis roii ol says the Ihe Emperor of Russia will have completed Ihe twentysecond year of Ills and hi throe years have completed an epoch beyond which no Em peror continued tu There Russia a fundamental which goes bark to a period anterior to the lime tha and whicli it Is ordained Jhat no Emperor hold Iho thronelonger than twentyfive At Iho expiration of he Is to abdicate In favor of the btlr if heremains upon ho braves lha will of the Russian and exposes himself to be lardid or strangled in his There Is a good deal of speculation at as to will be theccurse of Ihe touching the pasting of this Some believe that he will abdicate in favor of Iho Prince will hlmsnlf retire lo Others think he will convoke Ihe and propose a repeal of Ihe It Is that Nicholas avoids all allusion to the sub ject among hU though ha has j in prophcllo at Is proved by hi 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