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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 26, 1849, Alton, Illinois c roTTIilnUand I This work succeeds the Union hentofou c VorVlha number belbre ua lABlllImore and being the stcondor Ihe New msy Justly Advertlsemonli Intended Inbe conslderadsmong mosfiplendldeyer Agent any There arc twcnlylbur present number among whom may ttJk AtillrnAHtKilittlaB Bail oust Mart 9 Mill Frederlka Peter beililei the itltttn gullhed sill John INTERESTING H 4 Macdu pin are sufllclenllyxallve lo Ihelrown inte end Ihe dlgnltysof Ihelr honoVable cal organize and sustain an Agtlclillural those of who are probably twice as and not less lolelliient tir law Ihelr laudable example and It has been a subject of much surprise for some years that no serinns altempt lo effect 10 desirable an objer has yeti been Imniild contribute towards It the publication In the Telegraph1 of inch and other In rela lion lo and Ihe branches of in tluslry connected with asahould be pre sented for the so far as Is consistentwllh Ihf general design of our Ihe w anl of a paper exclusive ly devoted lo Ihe That w e have among us practical capable of furnishing fnr the press all Ihe which our corres pondent cannot be doubled and we hope lhat his not be but that they will receive that prompt attention which Ihelr Importance may seem to de farmers of Madison I am happy to are to a very consideiable extent readers of Ihe Tel and for shrewdness and general lelhgence will compare very favotably with those of any other county in Ihe I am Inclined to in more blind to their own interests Some few years a movement was made half a or which cnnlrm pilled the organization of an Agricultural Society for Ihe county but I think it result as did theSllk and Mulberry Assocla tion child same to The embellihmcnla consist of in txqlslle meuulliilo by of Jehu tha Baptist prnchlng In the piste of commllli the reported back to the wllh a bill for an act lo Incorporate the Illinois Coal After some the bill wai refer red to a committee of Ihe and made Ibe order of lha day fnr to f from the committee on Internal reported back to the Hmisea bill for an act loauthoilztrlhe minslrnction of a wire suspension bridge across the Mississippi river at After some on mntlon of Ihe bill wai referred back to Ihe on Internal a bill for bli When olil in all III Out gold nor ailtr ion ablfleaj j i w must haye knowleUge deep and And here Iruo knowledge may be Ibundi For i Sajs In Irscls of Sclc Mil education And makes Ibctu v 3 A fi The prel i To raise and tnrict o guide our youth It oftrulht r1 f and the Iltertry mai greeof This Magazine li Johnsmink Dalian tier anauta cop lei for Five taf In the neighboring county of as we are occasionally reminded hy its annual there exists an Agri cultural IheamlBUlrand Intelligent President of we remember as hnvirig been a and useful citizen of But I am nut aware thai this Society has ever accomplished any thing unilhy of no If it the readers of the Telegraph obliged by its In hat beautiful this b any step It any encourage mnnt it hRs been jnstrumenteUn effecting a transformation upon the sole leather or upon Ihewoolfy hazel splitting lhat were so frequent ly met w ith incprtain seasons it owes it tn the around and those ss ho alee cverthelrown advantages In this to HI II bn known I reminded of all and n crenl ma ny hy an Agricultural report 1 met with day nf couh Why I but that the gentleman whose nRlne lhat cminly RIII whose indiislrinus and Intelligent efforts In Its Ter ritnrial well earnei the mingled among us as one on enterprising merchants An We would be IhinkTul for a e Januarj which hai ftlleJ to reath uij aiovilhont much of Hi American edition hai made Iti appearance upon our t It oniweri to 898 of 11 w which It peileclly reiemblet tn every parllcularf and contotni theuiual variety 6r excellent81 entitled at Ibl On the Mlieilei of and Ihelr The Cantons pail Republican Pint Prophedci for the Slgttmutul The Grf a thott YarnLnillakci Llleratura of Ihe Fine dcierveilly popu lar work U pitbllibed la the United Stateiallhe same time that ill Issued the by Uesarsa Leonatd Coi ID New York cllyiat rate of Three Dollars per annum to such as take either or Jhe whole of the four British also leprlnleJ by the same enter prliiiig the price of the different publications for one of the Ttucf Dollari Five Dollars for any Seven Dollars for Itio whole Eight Dol lars fbr Dlackwood and three of Nine Dollarar or Ibr PlackWooil and the Ten to be paid In works may be examined al he Telegraph We have received the January numberof that valua ble Western It commen ces the secbntl volume and Is and otherwise much improveil In This number Is lllua traled by n very neat skeleton ihowingtlicOirler erit completed In progress In theUnited including projected to San Fran and the Pacific Ocean and its con which possets much interest for the Inhabitants volley following viz A of Internal Improve ments the Commerce of the East In two The nisei and Influence the Fine Imprbvcment of Stearhboat The Western ioam al Is ilevoted lo Iiitcmtl and General and published In the city of Saint by Taner and Editors nil proprietors Three Dollars per pay shall brighter shtaeTli ttuthaobcy Ik ofhlij Iho scene of a or had been created by Ihe wand k At Ihe light of tlili double every bodyuttered a cry of except Andrew and his whu exchanged a smile of But loon they cobld hardly believe eyes i or their when they recognized the frightful Savoy aids changed lo Ihe most beautiful lltile rogues In In new now wooden all dancing and singing loathe sound of the hurdy and thus preparing lo cal from silier plates and It was like a vltlon from such ai it Is represented by Ihe poels and painters It needed only Ibe ky chimneys and mountains crowned wilh hone hand thai The following billi were taken up and viz A bill for an authorize trustees of schools lo lease school lands and lots a bill for an act to Incorporate Sterling Academy and a bill for an act fixing the age of majority In fr The bill for an act to amend the Interest laws of was then laken up on in third Denlo and Olds addressed the House In favnr of a change in Ihe interest and Cooper and Darneille lowed in i the ing Ihe Qnincy was laid before the from the committee on back a bill lua mend ihe charter of the Chicago and Galena Railroad and recommended Us from thesame ported back a bill to amend the limitation and recommended its paiiege1 Failed from Ihe same reported a billito prevent Ihe immigralion ol free negroes Inlo this The question Ihe bill to a second and decided In Ihe affirmative and referred to a select from the same ported back a bill to amend Iho Revised StRtnles relating to certain Older ed toa third fiom Ihe same reported back a bill to prevent the cutting of Ordered toa M from the same repotted hack a bill relating o recogiizan ces with an amendment which wasconcurr red In a third Tromthe same committeei Fmm tha Union THE Art INCIDENT rROSI BEiL Everyroneln Paris remembers the order to relate to you his own history for lieu calls himself lo Andrew has crowned his happiness iv marrying the daughter of Ihe Marquis de And Ibis happiness he owes only to him cried Mdlle de holding out both hands lo her This whlrh confalned nothing new lo his nor to the Intimate friends of was told by him so much lhat proud lo embrace Ihe former and the of the peers of France were inin gled those of the Savoj ards In one com mon And the bun It is necessary for me to show be llant marrlaue of Andrew J who was onenf theriohest Chaus ee Mllede onlydaugh er of thu Marquis de formerly am and with theothefctmcealei hi filled wllh My friend ho in his HavlnR become lo Jay Hie hap piest of I have desired to make thoio who are unhappy partake of my This noble explanation was applauded by but they suspected that he had lifted on ly a corner of the walling Ihe ox fore rtlimlsilug nil of m led forluneJiyoAciMjjludge eye 1st If they are In the reach of all of He Every body into somewhat the abundance before and had nearly lost their when drew and there wai a profound si my said he to Ihe chlm ney have I attained my object Are jou i The children replied by stamping on the ill our believe that thiit count it were from the ay anil of the now pro dnces worth of agrlculluial prn Yft uch the proceeds of bai buck brnom cnrn and If lo we add Ihe value nf the and vln we have Ihe sum of three loiulhi or two thirds of taking the bio In Tothe attention of lomeunknown we ire fn ebted for a copy of a neat pamphlet of 68 Tlit Nature is eprinted from Ihe nrpntldy pub conductctl by Professor of Materia Medics arid General Path hi the Medical College of gives a urlcal iketch of the diseasethe cause which plodnce u mode of propagation riilei Its dedlcal not autflclently acquaint ed with the subject treated of to be competent to Judge of of bat nmy observe that i Is wiiltcn in a familiar evinces much in dustry and research on the part of the anther and con4 loins sundry suggestions In fefcllori tothe which may be useful exposed to Its at It iiublisliad tJ Roblnion Crest West Another Pltloilal Tm lias iwen aliu kliidty lorworded to our It U embetllibcil tty a large number of neat engravingson very attractive In iti external appearance white the pome of the wellknown and much elleenied aulhor onto a tnre guaranty the high literary and excellent moral of its Thii teported back a bill legalizing the asset ments of Madiion to a from the same re ported back a bllllo InoorporateInstitutions of If Ames introduced a bill relating to e leclinnii which was twice and referret to Iheicnmmitlee from a select committee icpnrled back abill to Increase Ihe revenue wilh a requites the peopli to say w hether or not they will have a pol Afler some Ihe question wa taken on Ihe and decided inlhe nays Oidered lo a third reading On motion Home resolu tion relating In the Marine was taken up and Gillesplo introduced a bill to amend an act inenrporaling ihe city of twice and referred in the committee In from the commiKee nn reported back a a billtu provide or levying and collettint a poll Sklnnpr offered an that suchtax be applied lo the purposes of coin nion in each counly where The hill wasadvncated by PiekrtlnsT end Cnnperj and opposed by inn and Slaikwrather The order of the on Ihe bill lo Incor J ijj an lasaador and a peer of It was planatinn of lha the large and small celebrated last gieal at guests dined The lillle he chapel of and In the mag indemnified themselves in an hour ilficent hotel of But fnr all the days of fasting of their short 0dy hasnot heard ofrlhe strange and i The rich the fine the exquis charming episode that marked that arislolie the exotlo and even Ihe italic and which has given lo the wines of every were husband a reputation for originality without fully attended hy the they abused m It u as lha morning of Ihe The equipages of Andiew were wait ing in the cimrtyard and he himself wait ed for witnesses In a glided from lop lo when a valet announced Ihe tailors of Ten tailors each carrying a large bundle under hisarm like Roman could not look at each other with out j These ten altars brought fifty costumes of Savoyard chimney Ihe size varying from eight lo fourteen which they laid nn the splendid arm chairs of the examined wllh Ihe eye of a this collection of flannel waist of and of small of a coarse kind of himself sat and among the who retired In ailonish Afler the tailors came the wllh fifty caps then Ihe shirt wllh fif y shirts then Ihe wooden shoe with fifty pairs of wooden shoes last the tnuiloil Instrument wllh fif y huldy All went ay liberally but each more amazed than the md asked themselves whether it was a or some Jthen called hli olttce boyi to and said to them r and scatter yourselves over all the quarters of and Invite lo dine wilh me all the chimneysweepers you Promise a louls lu all those and when you have fifty Ynu will In my bath all lhat will be necessary for the Washing nf from head to This operation ou will make them each filtlna size then they Ml pill them al the table In thin whilst Ihe other are dining in Ihe next The boys and repeat ed lo themselves the before they could assure then selves thai il was nnl a drfRtmand went lo execue without be ing able to understand what II II was one of the seveirest dajsof winter a hard frost bad succeeded Ihe fall nf snow a pale stm the elated without melting It was time tu require fio in all Ihe In B II was Ihe TUB harvest timo of chimney Jhad no trou ble In muling our cr ing through the strfeU Kioni thetmltomto from the botlom to the opt and with cries of not leave any We are amused for all our ex claimed one of Ihe who did not aumejo say thing Not fur all your replied the bank are able to be happy by yourturu me happiness of if happiness consists in I am going to prove it by relating to you a which will show you how chimney sweepers may become million At this eleclrlc word the hundred liltla ears were erect as hose of young horses just stalling for a my Andrew ynu nblaln a large hotel like gilded air and dine every day as you do Listen lo Ihe history of a whom I have ond who was even more miserable thnnany of This vlessont well adapted to nuptial t 1 rheio was once a lillle chimney sweep er He was called Sam had no falheror mother nor any The people of his village gave him n cage and a pu lome bread undor his arm and a slick in hi pointed out Franco to him In ho and said to the grace of Sansfeu contented loit sigllt of ent his nndishared It with he soon found He opened his large strong biau ches with two j See my and behold what ha produced them They law In the lop thlr ly portfolios crowded wilh bank In Ihe botlom Ihe mean costume if n chim gur and a pair of wooden shoes hen some mechanics compas and instruments al arranged and by Andrew w t J Join to my laid tw other admirable and e and you will ou of behold Ihe first lie gave lo each a and a li lie book of five hundred francs Intho sav and after a new peiformnnce o danceiof their our Long live Andrew Since this they have altahownthem selves wntlhy of their good Rate become others learned many entered as office bnjs at t to learn there better how I chimney sweeper became a The most active earned five thousand fian In negotiating Ihe shares of Ihe Norlhe t u commencedalorecoveritrom is alsVa nrms have been Illrie ortho Ina of atlenls at Qnainntlno have been children nder fohrteeh yearsiof g Ihe Doctois of 7lhe ticatmciilI have dheied decided con oiling Ihe Inducingjearly e li the exhiblllon of moderatedorta f Fjve aquar er of agrain of Is at fiist Iveu lo an infhalf ono sMha acb hour two he Imlnished quantity ond freqiieney of the return of Ibe esloratlon of Ihe 1 Mils treatment il some ndicalions of firsl Is oaually ftiohange ofcolof andjcon from the light thin rice to a greenrshj and then jffllqw The evacuations from the stomach and bow ls will frequently continue green or of the lolor of sulphate for but have not known a single to there this effect had once been produced I was led to substitute Ihe morphine foro from Ilsbelngleis liable 10 dfilujb he produce iff Beet 16 be deprecated stage of except It reaults naturally from Ihe obf lallon of pain and In children under I havnuied DoverVJ ference to M i being more able In regard to the A very but one that I have used dered then from village singing fore dancing ing a chimney for a and sleep Ing wilh the or under the beauiifnl Ho had traveled moie than a hundred when he was sur prised by snow in theinidsl a latge fur had as long as his legs would bear he was not le to reach The snuw In which sum taki yfar mentioned as he of the The value of the pork for exportation n that year was our counly nf In point of characterof populalionV and being superior lo that and equal to any other see oiir nelsliboiing be asprotperr aoondlilonof hefAgrt as that of ihe Infant coiiily of Ihe young Slate ol Bilthnw is it lo be and who is to do M The how cqujd easily be shown btit the who In a niore dilRcull ci the couiijy Is and directly interested hi having developed and the vast the cereal Ihe productive ca which It iiissesses will venture in say If we could lltllo work ire fall to be uielul and wo hope that necesiary itepi will bv taken to rirt culale It extensively among Ibr whom it il cularly U II published by ulirer it American Temperance1 coiner of Nollau and FuKonslreeuy New Yorkcltyi of whom hat excellent Temperance The Mew York may also be Dollar per The order of the on Ihe Dill lo II poralelhe Illinois Cnal beln nounced by Ihe was postponed until leaps before hunger was joined lo He had eaten nnthitiB fur three bill In a thinkins himself aban he net hishawkonthegrounil sweep from thebottom to Ilia top ILLINOIS now spread tn accurate merely of the ex polled prnducts our county foriha ihi amount vrouMailonlsh evrry one of in by Its large rfiteen oyer all of most liberal and every fanner to look with Increased atUchnirnl upon hi honor able arid to valiie ai inore deilr mine nilh all ils ippiiite other side of the the generous sol noon which he and the comfortaof aTclvillMd 1 I throw out these that the farmers our counly may begin think upon a ibject In which they art sp Somenf haire given njich consideration but few have lo spread the kind of feeling amongthelr One very efTecilve mode of doing Is lo pro mote the circulation of or those papfrslhat make the advancement that science nne of heir leading ForapolliiMliloutnalj the Telfgraph ifenmoip to this aubjtel than i ABSTBACT OP THE communlciilloii fioni Ihe Go vernorwasreceived nominating Stale Trustee of the tn fill the occasioned by dtiath of Charles The nomination was unanimously confirmed by the from repnited bicka bill for an act ttlatiiiu lo Ihe duties of Secretary of Bill read three Iliiies and Mr RnuhlreeVfiom he cnmmlllee nn In leinal to whom was irferrrd he resnlution relating In pre emp linn reported the lame and the resolution was McRoberls iifTtired a re quiring the public to print 4 000 oo pies of the and copies of Ihe re ports of each copies joint On inotloii of Judd Ihe resolution was 10 amended ai to require Ihe joint select coramlllee appointed In fix the public print to Morrison presented a miirlal from ceitain inhabitants of Illlnnls praying fnr a charter of the Mississip pi and Atlantic terminating al II Referred to committee un In from commillee on Publlo reported a bill to exempt regular lireachers from rnad andfrnm Inn on Read and ordered lo alhlrd vi frnm onmntliiee on Judici reported a bill lo amend an act entitled Ordered In a second frnm a seleol report sv Thocliimi plhers Ihe tlie ballads ihe some chin Others sweeping Ihe and lo alt who little my Cdonul my uiilil the little sous siiencrt them for no one or can pthclice bet ter than the Savoyard the art of Figure o the surprise o our young instead of a sous they were Iheoiily con ng y lo chlm repon ed back a bill to prevent Ihe Immigration df free negioes inln this wllh a still of eepilni panerj am I uppoilhs thai there aie not 80 copies of an ree negn whic was laid on the table and or QUITHANS The Natchez in recoidlnglhe ma iage of Henry a colored man b ongtng to John his masters female a few days Henry Iho name and ol has been tho faithful and confiding bodyservant of the fnr the last 18 1 trough exultation and victory and sunshine and Har ry has ever been and faithful to ccule of his He has made the tour United Stilei and the Crinadiii nnd when the infant Republic of Texas was struggling for a place among the stars and he accompanied his mas who was then through those peiilous while walking o vcrlhe bottle ground of Sari look ing very soiry al the sight of Ibe numerous his master asked him was hlnking He that he hinking what fools Ihoiie yellowskins weie for fighting while But It was reserv eil for Harry lo Illustiate the annals of hli lace at Ihe sUirtnlna of Monterey for il nil e recollected that Quitinan hadlhe charge of iho brave Misslsslppians arid Ten nesseeans nud was in file hottest and thick est of Ihe having several horses sho from under Ihe places of whlch uer itimpdialely supplied by hr had lo make woy lo his master throng crape and But lo crown Ihe en of Ibe when ihe gnllan O Butler Hairy iinnie dintely rushed lo his rescue and oatiird him off the conveying the Gener with happy given hot injha first and afterwards a imall alarge spoonful 1 he moil valuableexfernal means Is stream of hnl vapor of poured over the palient by a very simple at the fool of the This II alarge alcohol placed under a sheet Iron with a pipe wThe lajnpjls placed on Ihe and Ihe lube an el and terminating In a elevate Ihe bed r This and Iho illy external ont re and can be continued he faliijueSand exposure of Ihe pallentfa iaramount adhere li Vtgty pf lolh to contend as Inevllablcicflcclijf he I from the he inquired after his mas Geneial Bullpr told him he tfearcdhe wpulil iieversce htm ashe was in Ihe himself at tho fubl of a tree iniost ponillnnwhen he sawrhim its frozefi hands in and sank Hairy with that deep seated ainling from Itwas all of the faithful Dontyou with Sans feu nl The snow believe General maMrr vsas not bnrn VII and hooan lo bury bo killed by them mulatto all at a sharp pain aroused him When Qnltman was ordered tn the in an It was his hi ting at lie believnl lhat his bird cnnqiieiing column of he carried liar ry with whowai side byside wilh dered In be printed for the use of the ral from stleM re ported back a resolutionrelating lo the prno lice of Committee nd resolution laid nn the On mollnn of a resolution wai requesting Ihe Governor lo lay be fore the Senate all information in his possession in relation to the Bank nf Illi noisits public and private llountree Introduced a bill to abolish the ofllee nf Mailer in ed lo committee on MnRoberls Introduced i early a clay as practicable after which It was agreed The following bills were severally read the bird lime and vizi a bill Hihing a bill lo amend so much Revised Salutes ai relates lo rfiorlssgei and a bill In amend so much pi Ibe Revised Statutes as relates to Richmond Introduced a bill lo secure Ihe right of married Read twice and referred lo committee on Slnait fiilrodnced a bill relating to the limitation Read twice and referred to committee on MrStun Introduced a bill to establish a ferry ioroii the river n and referred to i vide for repeals In certain loeomriiiitee on ablll Referred publication taken in the millee on Pnblio A Hnuie resolution relating lo school lands was taken up and adopted ai was iikewUe a House reinlulion Inslruciino our members of Congress relating to Ihe Im provement of Ihe and Il linois and alto Ibo haibon of Ihe 1 p Tba following bills were leverally read the third and viz A bill to prevent the cutting of limber a bill Binplhe asseisment of properly In Madison county a bill lo Increase the revenue and a bill In legalize the records of Ihe Record er of Maonupin The Senate then resolved Itself into a cnrnmltlee of Ihe Hountree In Iho on the bill In relation lo fees ilitlon of their coming to a weddln Ihe gnodnewsran frnm like a telegraphic illpatch In less thai you could not havu found a Sa voyard In Matibeit place or GueflnDols lean Alllhe chimneys whlcli do ppnded on them that tvere threatened by I great Having nnly the embarrassment of Ihe messengers of Ihe feast bravely look Ihe blackeslj the and Ihe and when they entered ihe beautiful hotel of thalthe pal ace of Jnpilet was carried by by The contrast more strl when our lillle men met wilh a Uneof equipages bfoutiht rrnm On one side were the jiverles nf Boldand silverj the dresses of silk and velveiyihe Uces and Ihe moil elegant andthe handsomest ladies of Paris oh Ihe Ihe fares cov ered with snot and the mailed hair nd lallerrd naked The brllllRiil guesti looked1 away and ask ed themselves what this fixed on the Savoyardi a nielancholy and seemed to say to Is the happi ness here nrlheret1 II is he as he pressed his lips lo Ihe hand of his charm ing And he Introduced herasaqiieen Into her not without making ilgni to his ior vants to take oare of the chimney sweep An hour sflerwaid a alream as black as Ink crossed thi on Us way to the ft was from Ihe washing of Ihe fifly 8t who at the samsi moment camennt nf the bath as from the cauldron of so much fairer and 10 plump er and that they truly seemed to have changed Ihelr and Iq see fnr Ihe firsl lime Ihe air and You would have wished tneal and this terror re animated j atilhe bombardment and stnrmihg nf nini but what was his surprise when ho saw on mid the suspended to the bill a quailer of deadly conflict of and roast yet imohing hialriuinphuiit entry Into the city half had his and palace of the Harry and gone lo roil hii pre some coal bun frail Ihe child i Sans feunilieu haw that ono should never despair of Irovldencci he thanked on his swore to eld himself as God had aided nnd lo try by patience to gain cv TO been made to convert wheat from on annual to a perennial and it U degrcoiof Ihe account given thai ered by Ihe steward or director namedKerns of an estate al Aflenhe baU plowed and manured Ihe he then sow ed It with summer or winter In Iho spring before Ihe earmado Its appearance he This he does repeatedly se eral limes In Ihe course nf nas a kind of allows tho plnnl to and bo harvested as The next year It ripens earlierand hears a muchlarger valedin the usual In autumn itli manured like the glass of tjinj In Ihe spilng Ihe weeds ore I he ef fect Is slated 9 be such Dial from one field four siircrstlve harvests have been gather The subject Is one of as no dmibt if rendered U would be useful fnr the purpose It might be well for some nf our enterpris ing fanners lo lest this as It Islso and fuller Information relating toil WehRvesoughl for someiat isfaolory history of Ihe yet have been unable lo light upon any thlliR lhat will give Al present it Is loo vague lo enlllle it to much though Iho particular fact does not appear lo be at va riance with anajogy regard o inputs quite as great of numerous pnillculnr Otfii li his prey from the feast of I was Ihe firitAiiRloAfilrin In Ihe Judge of the lo is known by the entire and great and the bird made ly respected by officers and as an hum and salaries afler some discussion a bill for Ihe relief the commlllee reported am froiH IQ Ihe the of and to obtained lo lit said that a troop of frighlful demons had been chsnged Into cherubs and The hour of feaillnghad A thou sand spouting from gold and cauied Iho hotel to sparkle wllh Afler having vliiedlha ad by all thai a millionaire could the gueili proceeded to arrange themielvei Ho arrived first at Ihe Ing where he woikcd so well that he gained a hnrdy Wllh this hurdy gurdy a new and entered joyfully Into He found there a inns terwho take too much He saved twenty fraiici with ihcie he learned lo la and One when he was iweeplng at Ihe homo of a he saw a boy seventeen years old sheddliig tears because he could not do a hard sum which his father hod sel The laid down his did the in five and went singing again to the lop of he But when he ha found the citi who had discovered II He looked Qt him from head to and asked How much dtiyoi gain by Ihe From IMI o thlny wilhuui counting the you would gaillf hundred francs if you would work for The next day nl lifu had a fine coal and a good entered as a Jleik Inln the hpuo of the who was a great When he became eighteen yeas old hli were doubled Soon he perfected a machine Invented by hli and this gave him a paienl am brought him lit fifty thousand fianei a jear At Ihe death nf Ihe he associated himself wllh Ihe and bnth realized one hundred thousand Do you envy al ready Ihe my Ihe bankruptcy of an associate rulriei he became again Sansfeuni lieu PO you know wha he did HO wen back to the source of hli foilunr he wa not ashamed lo be once more a journeyman machinist by his good workmanship he became again and Instead of fiv hundred francs hegained n It i with hat sum he came lo and passet from mechanics He had retire todthal ntachines ruined a good many wmk and he had resolved not Ip make ai fRilhful bnnest who will e glad to see this notice of Xmertcan n coirespondeiil Intel rnccr wrjirit i V It Is ciitloiis to on a ramble liioiigh a few of Ihe principal streets of Lon how many more articles id of American oilgin than be me with everilvvo years Aniotlcan 1Jew on Pippins and other varieties nf American ipples areexhibited in the fruit shops every ihoo shop has a display of American Over hoes and other nerlcan Alosareadveillsedal the taverns and eating linuses American biscuits art bund In every cnke shopAmerican cheese n appropriate places and American Ing American wooden A fiifilcah baby their various idacrs for I mint juleps and o iher Ameiiean adverllfed in a win fhrre aie f If not regular Im porters of Ameiiean and Ihe Dan slar spangled banner finala from many a tall mast in the crowded docks and This Is truly Ihe best imaginable of A On CAT NUuachniellVliai evldunlly taken Iho lead in what Is useful ami She ed the first schnol in Ilio Iho first Ihe fiist sattip the fltit Ihe Sho planted Iho tint apple tree and caught the first She coined the first and hoisted the firit vciiied llir first ihouie trap and flaslljg andsentihe first lands and continents lu the South She produced the first philosopher and firsl fired life first giiii In the and gave John her hand to the invented i Yankee Doov and gave forever to the verial Yankee Truly a great TTEWElJTIllinEUorilmosttuyslwind XI may gt all Units be on niHiii application to Tut beautifully re lhat a mans mother is the represen tative nf his and even lei no no barflers brtweenher and her While his mother he will have one filend nn earth who will not Ijsltn when he is who will notdesert him when be who will his and will speak lo him of hope when he Is ready lo afFeclion knows nn ebbing It flows a puro and speaks hapjiinen throueh ibis vale of and ceases at tho ocean of on Ins o carefully com piled slalenifnl of ihe losses 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