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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 2, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                t U pUBLISHtD kVErtY AT rjY BAIIatlACIlDtA TBItWS V one square or 1 00 For each continuance f 00 A lltioral deduction made to yearly advctllaers B E corner of Third and Choinut Philadelphia and at his dlllcretit offices It M3tf Baltimore ami Dpston authorized rceive Advertlsomenls intended for Insertion In Ihli eitieri and also to act as our general Agfmt Hi any Biiller connected with our publication SHSOf No 38 William Now aro authorized to AdMrtlsemonla for Inaeillou In this ttcoicn Wend of the Qnlncy Whig explicitly disclaims all desire lo meddle In tho quarrel which the outrageous preten sions of Loliii authorities and Bill tori have forceJ Iho people of Illhiols In and the qltfeens of Alton inpar we are willing to bollctolhal Hie apparenllyhostllo pnblinhcd In one Of lili lato was penned In an un guarded and will excuse It accor I he hope that nil strife shall ever exist between tban hat or laboring to excel eue anolher in tho discharge of our Will the Editor allow us futtlier to his closing ro that In the ponding no are backed by the Locofoco author tics ol this we are contending also ngairisljaocofocoarrogance and usurpation anil that II Is perfectly allowable to Tight fire with In mailers In which the honor and prosperity or tho Staio are con wo recognize no As we have heretofore We go Tor fir tho whole of anil for nothing but III nols and on all in which tho Slate Government Bhall be found to act upon these paramount It will alfurd us pleasure to cooperate with without regard lo any of which may happen to exist between us on matters connecter with thepolicy of Ihc General NO II Since tho commencement of Ihe present several of Iho papers oirotlr exchange have made their appearance in a new ami improved dross while othershave Jieeii Irmuff in n hole or In lo nen pro propose to very brief such of each da 8 as nnn lmp oti lu lie on our Of IhuiB Include in the The Home from its superior Is clcirlj eulllled lo the precedence 1 hoGrit Hum her Tor the current j which rcuehed IIH only a CureInjs btaulifully printed on line while paper and now and w Ith Iho general excellence of Us are mostly fullj justifies Iho opln ion lhal It is the best and htera ryaud nenspaper Issued ci tiler In America or in It ii publish ed weeklj by MorrU 107 Fulton New York CIlj The Illinois Advocate anil Lebanon Jour also appiurs In an Impruved being enlarged in and very neatly ex ecuted piper Is devoid lo General we tho organ or Ihe nual Conferencebrtho Methodist Church In this It is principally by Ihe President of MoKendree College and published semi monthly by llio Another Warsaw been liUcvvijo and otherwise It is Whig in and Is issued weekly by Thpmaj EJilor who Is desirous of associating wiih publloa sober and industrious practical who has had soino experience In management of a and can in vesl a small Of such newspapers as wholly or in changed Editors or The Baltimore may justly claim the first Isaac who has owned and conducted lhat sterling Whig Journal for more than Ihiity has Poiodofan Interest therein In Josh Jones and John who art henceforward be associated him In its publication and We have been acquainted with the Patriot ever sin Its commenoomenl and having yjessod Hi unllrins deyolion lo sound we hope tho reoent change wilUdd lo its cffl clenoy and Two of Ihe horelofore iisuet in become and III bo contjtiued under the lalter by Irons ho lorrner proprietors or both Is It Is will prove aavaDtageous to the parlies and the public me consolidated paper makes a handsonu Whig in its attend III f hat excellent Whig CAar on has been transferred by Its and principal Wl late of the gallant Blmenl Illinois to who is said to be genlloinan aslerjlns anil Mlcr conduct the E lilodol him desirable and slllcl Ad ministration or good and respectable We have received tho first number or the Herald and a weekly journal iust commenced In Ihe town or Randolph by Mr D F H Is neatly printed on n good sized joars evidence or Industry and good taste n tho Editorial will maintain a neutrality in and bids Mr 11 and Homnlead which has been published In the place above named forsorno time Is offcicil jfor sole at a proprletorjvlshlng o turn his attention to 10310 other business Address II f Pi A v For the i f To Tin prpinlsed yod last fcek to give my views upon the subject of he which at present engages so inch the public 1 doubt whether luchgood will result lo the for llio slmplo lhat Doctors All hoivov seem to agree as to he pathology of that Is as 0 what the disease isils and It Is a motler of njluuiiliment lo all moll or com non sense lhal the medical profession should diner so widely as 16 its The most Important reason of this difference of iplnlon Ihe fact lhat all treatment has ailed to divest this of its Is terrors Nothing lias keen In he form or medicine or which has alisfied the public mlndtbo public cxpcc the people of Iho Unilcd n consequence of this feeling of lalch wiih avidity at the prescription or e rery from the Secretary or Iho lo tho mere village drugget It 1 mnit ivhon such scourges as Cholera visit that politicians and vho aro Ignorant or tho pathology or natnro af should enter Iho arena witli men vho have made Ibis subject tho sttidy and eflecllon whole and mislead ho by not infrequent lire most aluable In es in the cominuui foil During the or scourge Ib one of her most distinguished sons sacrificed himself in he vain belief lhat ho had discovcted the peclnc fur doses of calo nel and must be urlrfer the most ipprqvcd and skillful treatment a grcalor iroporlliin die or Cholera than oT almost any illurdlsone Ihe Ship rotcr l prob iblj Ihe only and I am inclined o Ihe best infiiimaliou hat can that it was lids lend of which argo a niiinbor of llio 8ih Regiiutiit of In oncarjipcd Lavaca In en onte Tor headquaitcrs al SatkAnlunio have also leccnlly Hint Ihe Medi al riciillyof Nen hold a n which II was gravely debated whether hitdintriHotliLn prevailing was Oirolefa tir Ship nml Hint inaiij or Iho moj irpmiiient physicinns oftlmt loin Hie opinion that the diieae then pro villing in Ilin city was Cholera I ivas in al Lavaca in 184flos iiiigopiinf Illinois grent niiinbcrft ur the German nho arrived there Spring and Tell i iclinu to revel and died too icry lint Ihe fatal an lar as my infnrniani were troubled with froo discharges rum Iho bowoN Whatever the disease which prevail aud go at New Orleans there ore o thing It Ship Fei we shall not have a Uslt from it but if II is It will reach but not before tho w arm weather sets in It give us Ail to nuisances eeping soul and Tree use ofcold inlirnally and emperaqco in all things and above all ban sn all Ignoble and meet the scourge ike soldiers and but not remember that not one us will be free rrom from and when will require the prompt attention of nelgbors and H the citizens or Alton were formed Into a Regi monl of soldiers in lime of and march edto tho ftuuliers tu meet the am nne company lhat Regiment was dotajl cd for some hazardous and lhal company Toll Into an and was in danger or being cut to pieces by the one any human authority prevent the and publUhers or Selleu having been seized by Ihe Ci have Harvey Walkerj who are sla V bolh practical of jrre iudujlrious older nino companies from flying lo their and bearing them or gallantly falling with Fellow you will be called upon if this scourge of Ihe worldvlnils to per form for your neighbors and friends scrvi ces InlliiiK little short of those above men During Iho prevalence of the Oho lera in in have seen frlcm forsake brolher forsake llier rorsako Ihe husband his aye and the mother her irreslslibl panic seemed have taken possession c the minus of men and the most endearing lies were broken and who could as if from the wrath t II Is my duly to warn men and hose loo who are actuated only tivosor that no man oai my who will bo Iho first there behooves all to stand Bhonlder to shoul as you would jryour firesides and you homes Invaded by a foreign am meet the enemy as men and Tin good and brave I need not oncouragi lo perform his duly to liN follow man am Mi I will say to that Cbololi seldom marks him for Us Ihe man whosooks Ihe enemies of hf country lo win lanrelrt for home cnnsiiinn selfiih whose oni fear is lhal some unfriendly bullet will tlrllu him and with him all his airbull is a at wil quit Ihe to tho mountains and call upon Iliem to rail upon and hide you for as sure as you IhOignobla ream which rob you or ynur turn your food Intugall and and keep yon away from Ihe bedside or your suffering will mark yon out as a 111 a certain victim Asiatic If you would leek seek it in the palhvf duly and it amidst your sufJVrlng Perform your your whole and nothing short your lo the pool and Ihe to all alike and if you it will be a glorious aud yon will have Ihe eonsolBlion of know Ing that when you shall knock at the gale of your Redeemer will Well done good and faithful tutor hou into the joys of Iho Ill a nuch as you have been kind and benevo ent lo otio of the least uf my crra you have been kind and good and rue to Whatever may have been lliy faults thy bravo In ad mlhlsleiing Unto my creatures aflllcled with Iho scourge of Ihe has on for Iheo a ilaco In 1atadtse Banish all ignoble Coep the akih by bathing with cold water be temperate In eating and do all the good jou can in promoting tho comfort anilrestoration of those Buffering under attacks of Cholera and whenIho premonitory symptoms tako the rem edy I will presently and send for four aud If ho does not cure you 111 Instance heought to bemade to pension your family for Now I have told you In the outset that Doctors dllTer in Ihe treatment Chole ra Many physicians give pub licity to their In order lo appear in who have never seen a dozen cases In their I that I tave no dosiro to win laurels in a contest with the but shall notshtlnk Nm any responsibility which if may 60 my mis fortune to If the disease should accomo epidemic in Iho Mississippi I have passed through scenes in from whieh older physicians revolted and fled I performed my lo tho best of my I shall not shrink from it Without ctndent nursing a physician can not be expected to accomplish Every citizen thcnj ulll have an Important part to perform and they must dp II fearlessly nml w Ith will Toll victims to ir physicians not lay aside and citizens will resolve tu afford all the aid In their power lit nursing I that dltTor In the treat nent of probably moro w Idely than n any other disease It cannot be expect that I should say much in regard o its I shall giveto the public ho yiows of some of Iho prominent physi cians of Iho United and then propose my own simple tho treatment how much soever it may dlfter from the only treatment upon which I ould after haying tiled faithfully all of Ihe Iho choice of these 1 must leave o Iho publio Caiti of rcpprletl lj riflfcttornf Annloinj In the Uiitvatltj of rcutjl vanla Joseph city a muscu lar aged without previous hia forenoon at tl laigc llipild Mithout paint lie uecamo someuhat anl ils head a lillle Ho dined a lightly of roasl sweet pllotnes and Abnnt u Dclnck ho of goinii o the otllco lo pay otlsomu men his as he com lalne wtshe I him to sla at and sen I foi a it ictor In a litlo time ho felt and to tho where n lire was About ho was seized mill a lolcnt and him at j Ills skin was tlicn his eounle inic a cold cxhalatlou aliout thornilia 11 no pulse eoimiousncss extiuii Ins tmth leg97sonictImcE more In onulhaii in n few minutes tie lost Ilia vis n bul u leluiniil in half an hour 1 opencil Ihe mo dun basilic vein in tholeft arm as ii hungoveilhe stile oftlnj olid got an interrupted small fllrenm of black bloo I y coaxing the and Ing Ihe ban Inge on for an sixteen r cwh oen ounces In nil weiegot At aj st ppage of llio an I an apiearanto nf bcintr in Urn art nf whli Ii laale 1 Air a tho lie canlueonselons Ahnulftjthe median raphrlk iif Ihc iisht arm was anil by coaxing ivo got away about eight ouncis tvhirli lloivcd in H col 1 stream of thu teniporaluu of I is land At from a In 5 ono diaclnn of was mlnlstercil this not viniltingln duo timii anililuiubf salt and mustard in warnr n table tpoonful of tho tint to a lea spoonful of Iho second was this also half a iltBchm of Ipceac again a ImlnUterodi this fulling Dr tlio family who hail Joined me at Iho mmmiil of Iho llrat jmsscd Iho feutlkred end of a quill ro pealcdly down the ivhich failed tool feel at this ibrloil an Inclination lo he got but III o Btnte of exticme debllit no evacuation Dillon ed Ihcio being no ihanco of producing vomiting fiom what has been spirits uf caniphnr aiul Jamlanuni wcro adminiilcred every hair and camlihnr had been constantly rubbed upon his legs a nntslar I plaster was now put on the pit f the stumaeh About a itozcli put Oil epigastrium lima tho pnbo waa wrlstsi and the face took a1 heller He how of excessive pain in the of n load on his with nf His breath was now and Ihe end of the tongue tho latter was nlso am A perspiralion stood ulKin Ida his bands anil wrens still cold and Tho symptoms wont on tilt when ho The family bclni opposed to Hie bcneflt of an exam ination was aged In the Philadelphia for a chronic rheumatic nllecllon of tint for which ho was under treatment by n seton below the Was seized this September o o vomitingand purging of serous maltorj hia jnltsewaa enfeebled his and a face naltirat liluish Spasms in was cupped overtho abdomen and had ice gi ven him lo hold In llio At 13 oclocli I saw anil directed following 5 lavender j I j MV Taku a tablospoonful every hour till the diarrhea and sickness are eight Stimulating frictions of and oil 01 mixed sinapismson various Five ftluck in Btato about the samci ordercil him lo bo bled Bgilin at 8 whlcli was and a uout four ounces wcro Olhortrcatmcntcon reaction fully esta blished a glow in skin full clastic and strength mixluie paralion vVas iiibil fir one of the CasesYect The will be Ioulio cars W Illlim aged f these iWfBn 1 n Of Ihe a resident ot Die scular raiity but sillii on tho at o J lo rheunall p man heil been ho went into Iho state law him for Iho fl oild cloudy ercd In ils lot pcrccnllf lied by friction It IllloitUI skin thnugtiJl His longnc was Asiatic cho Oajs anothir and tiled from lillnueil for some Ml it Ihe request of Dp the Uteof I as follows skin ml1 dsonieivhal Inelailic L1II could be dlBcov tilled with hilt wlien a vein was emp There was no moia ip clay like iiily slightly lie waa midbo roused aud aniwer a slipping his cilllng WmloVdlraWirfte There was no lOajmfildre oflie J iTUTa ruloutonl most Imperceptibly His breath was cold The pu ilia weie and the eye had a ejlalsy cadat c ous look His muscles occasionally eanc In Iho but there was not an uolrcraal epasm At this time It was salil that he had not purged or vomllc 1 for some Ihe treatment up to Ihlt po the beginning oC the consisted nan Xtcnsive vcsicalionoflhefore arms Bllmulalingfrle twelve grains of opium anilvolatile Bccmed very iliEogrccable tu his taste Dr Hodge being It ing he elfccts of the injection of o weak solution of muriate nml carbonate ofjodi into llio the basilic and with Iheaasiilancool Dr HnpUlnaon threw n by small quantities at a about II vo pints of this the hole operation occupying about ono hour ond a Jackson held Iho stethoscope lo Iho and found KB action increaseduswell as the re apiratory murmur of Ihe lungs thecaplllary circulation seemed also slightly quickened I It These clleeis wero very and tlje jMtient mad at 1 i i Cases which occurred in own practice a belonging to Cap S w as lying in articulo 1 ho Med ical Faculty or 1hiladelphia had ncommon ded Injecting salt and carbonate or and stimulating preparations Ho Iho vciin As tho negro as deemed be out or Ihe reach or I nas nit for and requested lo Irj the experiment opened tho ineilian bnimlic and in ieetcd about a pint or the uiixlurc Into Ihe blood Iho by ntposmodlc aroso Immcdlalcly lo his nnd In six hours was out or danger 1 he luws soon spread over tho produ clng Iho wildest I was aslon lubtd and vcrilj belleted Ihnl Choi era Would tin be longer a icntoncli to Ihe of Case the n negro beloiiBing lo G was Ijiug in a Mate of coihplele my Dr tequesled me to operate upon her I ad Ihe vein as in the cao of Injected about n pint or the and mj alleiillnn nan divorled riom Iho lo Ihc pn a ltdden spasm or Iho and she uniilim livn niinulei oeforo n as conversing n lib ami I can account for the death In no olh 6r wnj than tho vtoleneiToftiu stimulnlion prodllcod by liilreflnpcjlhe Bohro iharkeil that Tnelnjpcllon felt like hiiiiMflre passing Ihrough hit veins I tried tbirex pi rimunt of Injrrtlng Ibe ifeim in two other ease with a like icMilt If I Ihem throiih the not believe they nmilil have died They seem ed lu be ulsod only for on and Ihpy weie So mqch for thistreat Hear Dr and his friend Dr hi the nm Inclined lo the opinion that yourgullibility Will be pul lo the lest by the assertion of Ihe said Dr Cartu that nf ODD cases of ho lost btittwuunder the treat monl proposed by him He hmrlnned loo by Ihe Secretory of Ihe No physi who has over had auy experience in Iho treatment of would believe If hlsVtaleWoiils wore in dorsed by Ihe entire Wrights prescription 20 grains and gives noopi differs very lilllo will probably little less done of Large doses or with out scorns lo bo Ihe successful prac whlcli has cured 598 ca ses oiitof pursues n dilTor ofo delicate frame of who had been indisposed with ilys peptlo symptoms and uktiemp sitionloujdoinaor the and whose general habit was that of was seized lu the morning of October with what sho considered film pie diarrhea ofa watery The complaint conlln ued tliat during Uie and also on tho ncut when 10 It was BUperadikd 1 saw her on Thursday evening ami anil prescribed fur her Uie caniphoraled mlxluro as every hour or two directed slnapims to ftct and As mine of the evacuated muller was at I could nut tell thu character but ausjieeted BB tho pulse was the tongue and eXBan ttuineous akin nther with some cpigotiilc pain At my visit oiiTriilay oj I found Ihat she had vomited a thin wately pinged Iho whole night a matter consisting of with a laige piopoiiion ot somewtiut tlngud or with a small quantity if shreds nf lyiuih in As Iho lluldhail been al tho aeitim waa supemil aiiC Iho other furmjd a lhiik line gruel at the bottom in oilier she had tho line nholira and was in llm matured At an early hour in the lier hiuband had called njion mo to represent her anil 1 Iheu puscribed a so lullon of of with guin Araliluln mint water and laudanum every At my vliitl found I that this medicine hail Itteu rejected by vomltlnt that the piTialratlou had augmented pain in cpigallrluni incieaacdi reslleasneas lethargio indillorenco lo tilings around great oppression in the breast ciampa of legv pulse smaller and moro I then preirribcd onc i tialfuialu extract every lilt grains I wak wine whey ail iujcdlonpf one gtaiu frictions of At T o1 clucll 1 found that the opium had slopped tho pinging and vomiting almost had progressed in all ils essential and the chol era which had been ralher doubtful was now fully Asher eomiooncmaeIatcd state had left but lilllo rod bluod in Ihe cyanuso coloi was at least dnublfully Al it lo tmcti iymiitom4 it may acivo merely to stale that tin asphyxiated stale march ed forwaid Incessantly to Ils and In spilu of our llio iliod at of It will be neiecived that no mercurial pre enl practice as Ip the nujnllty of lie recommends suialldoses or calomel aud He that the practice was nol only in Illsown but in the hands of or Saleiiij Ho does not lhal he cured 598 cases out of only 1 have been that Richard of In lableipoon full with Ilu may have as I did in one cast I am certain that no sane man would ever try Ihe oxncYiinenl n second of the following preicriptiou 20 9 divided In to four to be given every two bourn With mustard plasters lo Iho exlreni anil Iniide of Iho llegave Julep made with I have tried raillifully alllheabovo meth ods uf I have also used muilnid which wcro esteemed at one I have prcsmibed calomel from one tu four hiindreil at a and combined with and it nally failed in my I lor moro than ono half or my patients I became disgusted with the medicine which I had been taught lo believelhe Herculean club of Ibe maleria ilalu me 1 was aUuut then for n now I lemilved to try qui nine and morphine preltiring this priparu lion to buoaune I found It less liable lo itrtlalu tho stomach than ntfuiv I plnceed Iproppje lo ilale briefly vvhat Cholera lii and I nm ihdehled chiefly lo of fur my knowledge or its anatomical charac My own obiervatlans of Iho poll mor tem appearances of Iho mucoqs membrane of the btinnaeh and buyVeU agree with I shall use his own copious vesicular eruption on litely diilincl from Ilia tumefaction of Ihe rollictes or and which pervades the wholo lining membrane or coagu lated which eslits In Ihe small lutes lines at if not in tho stomach and co lon and resembles in texture aud mode Ihe membrane of dotangcmenls and phe nomena which ere confined almoit exclu f no entirely to the syi cxfoliallori or Ihe epider mic lining oflho alimentary whefoby the II a nous system arc denuded aud left That Is examinations show that Cholera Is Inflammation or the entire alimentary I hemucous II iilng or this canal is found lo bo so soft as lo be easily rubbed off nilh the finger Cholera may bo divided Into three J prcmonltoiy siago is Ihc warning stage or Ihe ahd should never be negleclSdi It begins wilb loose nejs or the and the patient should be prumplly put to and the following proioilpliori ailinlnljlercd 10 grs sulphate of morphine or acelale 1 grain mix and give Ihc wholo In a table inoonfull of molasses or sugar and Apply a muslard piaster 10 Inches square over the region of Iho and send for Iho family Mage of In which Ihe disease fully 1 he in this are freely and quenlly Clamps appear In the ox patient Is rest loss and Vomfllng and Cholera Is clearly Give 10 grs of and ono of and repeal he qufnlnittlffl0uf the morphine every two hours If the medicine Is follow up Iho morphine In combination wiih qui nine In half unlll Iho palient retains al least ono gram of morphine then discontinue and follow up Ihe Apply mustard plasters to the a large one over llio nbilo and one the whole length or the Give Iho pallenl Iho following Dis solve 2 ounces or arable In a pint of boiling cool II with give a wine andl no too much drink tho Iling follows more and Ihe cramps are Increased in frequency and ilo lence I send for jour raullly t The collapo or that slate nhlcli precedes Ptw recover after this ii clcatly defined The medical man mint relieve his pailent HI Iho first or kecond stage of the fornheu collapio death noon closer Ihe scene Hornor Ihnl Ibe lirl slnco maybe cured illlll if no drxilo onlelei have been ad ministered mj drat amUeoond but lhal Ihe slago of acme collapse ii next in certain or roMill lo n ilrith person who escapes rrom it being more in dcblrd lo a slrong principle of than Co any mcdionl treatment hereloforo del led In this hppelei n I nouldnol despair there H Ihero is ond llio very ol by Dr Iltmur might be duo of Ihote nlilch no would a baudon as bejond Ihe reach or medlcli o Double Ihe duso or and give II ei uifuro eici j two cover the pallet t with muslard and red pepper plas and gnu lo drink n hit julep made of brandy I it IUtmctly Ihut I repudiate Iho me uf stimulating lu any in all other stages ul Ihc Chutcin A hero to Ihoio who use intoxici ting drinks the mail uho dtinki and to the moderate dnnlitr Do you delie lo ovoid an nllack of Chole ra ir jou drink no handle It not fur as sure as Cholera seizes upoli knew an habitual whothorlie was Ihe habit uf lining liquor lu Intoxication or recover from tho chiilcta when the disease fixed itself upon him and lew uf this clasH Cholera seems to built Ihem nnd mark them for Its Be and begin lo disci pline j fur w hen Ihe Cnpiny is upon I will be loo lalo Let our city an Ihorilies begin and abate till There are some in Ihli cliy in the form ul whioll will du iimiii lofteil tho siailio Cholera than nil Ihe purkliouies wilhin our You have Iho power end IT you do nol I aarnpslly hnpo that your honorablo body may bo the first Do your in thin withoul regaid lo who it es or oireiids and when the scourgo comes and passes yuu wlllhavo llio conn latiun lo know thai yon have saved many valuable if you lost the good wil of many who would fallen on Ihe leais and Uie or the widow and the I have potfofmeri ono part of my duty nnw do yon peiform all In I lemperale in eatingand drinUingr balhe younolvos du rinitlhe cold woalhuKtwIco a week and when tho warm season tuhe a cold bath every night before you go lo Follow sfriolly tho directions I have given especially lhat which vines you In send for your family physician onIhe first appearance or and comparatively few will fall victims to this scourge or the I Myriads of ahlnhWorbs do roll i Within lelacoplo Proclaim Ills power fiom bole 10 pole And tell Ills wonders now As worlds on worlds He lloyoml tho reach of thought How great must be Iho Thai formed them all from nimjitl If they wero mido for the abode If beings like What wondrous loveilo wo behold Of tho Etcrrial Mind I Some may bo seals of Spirits Who know no sin or fall Others hotncf ilatk despair That hoar no mercys Saviours pardninflovp T Kxtenda tcyond our Redeeming thoao lor loya Ihe Archangels tramp shall And peal from world to And slumb ring millions Of tho ground Tojuilgmentsballbi t What notes of praise will then resound From UM ransomed As each receives a go Jen crown And harp of hcavenlysongt Bright being of a taller sphcie You socmllko one Just frnm above For thesu you worn not llut ralhrryouwere formed for Your bright hluo that beams with And witching BCCIIIS to Those Jut Hack that gainer That so noblo and so 01 would I were a Jot black To mingle in that glossy hahl Id nosllo round that nock so And kiss thai tody cheek in And In yourhapiiir momenti Your joyiiusBiiiiil bounds with gleet Id nestle eloso eiouml your And In it Think of mel though youve stolo my fur you 1 will nnt blame Hut somcllilng as we Thai we nny nuver mwl again id it not amvliloiilug That leaves Irlilml a thiill nf pilot Hut Ihiil guardian of our she whispers ivo may inept In gay cinlos Your Imiifio 1 run neer forgetj A great deal happier IM havo been If your bilght eyes Id never llut my pure ond only May you be happy aa youre nowr O never may thine bright eyes dim Anil neer may sorrow cloud your Front Iho Olive are time brilliants of the That light this earthly And vanish fiom our uiortBl sight When Sols bright rays appeal Were they for our convenience Or to delight I ho eye Solely to giiiao us thtoush Uia Or loadoio the Bjty Ko wonders vast they do unfoU Of Gmls almighty plan Us goodness never can be HU tvbdom none can THE IRISH You will bo obliged lo dismiss lhat we she iloon her work so said Gap lain H lo Iho steward of the one suppose I aniw ored Iho I look her in from From pity Who is and what is i he1 She Is a poor juit arrived In thli her husband died a fow months and Icn her a widow with sit young children She has loft them In end come ov or hero to find emploj mcnl to earn It bring them over such is her and she seems honest show her how lo do hur and keep her till we know more about her She and lillle disposed tu be and uilhlittlu appearance or cticrgj or Yon ham It ft jour children In I said Ihc approaching I all or tho dear ones ate Iheyi Iho oldesl lillle girl KOJ Ihtrlfcn nnd it hair when ft her In care of them and Ihe j sn eel a lillle uioic lliaii luo How since jour hlKoiud nnd how havo juu supporloJ thorn MIIOCJ Mj husband tiled about four months bo fore I left poor and left us In a Mile collage and not half of a quarter acre of and Ihe rent uni tv onij llug a j ear I put it into potatoes and gar den vigetobleslnr the suppoit uf the chil b U Hut ivis on after pajin Ihc rent I thought I tbuuld be ub llged lo tako him lu tho poor so I what I Iboughi to Ihe bul Is Iho second one dear boy dear do not scud us to thepoor for j e mo they ulll nil let jnn como uilh and v e shall bo sepa ruled fiom and the while swelling Is and many nf the children die but dear leai e us Iwro to get along a well as vve while jou go to nnd he with Iho blessing ol ye may be able to folch us nilover al if it be hut only onenl a And sc the child was teasing mo day and luthl Ip como Iq sn Twruto a lo niy two sisters in New Iho one at the other for the loan of a Tew pounds lo folch mo and Ihoy sent mo six and lien Ihe yaungor children when I came I pined from Ihem theywould cry onfcr it would break my poor heart The mother oiled alter this bun Tir weekt anil in on do her work boiler and and remit ling every oenl or her oftenln ad to her and receiving In re turn rrotn Horn which we give a fow exlracli after you left Iho seeing we could not pay Ihe look llio host bed and tho and the and the and left us on ly Ihe blankets and Ihe straw on Ihe cround bul I hopo you will return him and his In your next for giving Iho homo grails to this present Dear piico of meal hero Is nne shilling and six ponce Iho woisl or flour Iho same in regard of the prices being so high lhal wo deferred to pay I heir demands Ior which you had mentioned In your until the next lime you Catharine bought no shoes sinoo you left home In like sho would wanl lobuy some clothes for Ihophll Dear wo muit buy the fire if wo do be seen in Ihe moun or Inany oilier gathering wo willbe Dear hope you will send for lhal Is as soon as you if yon Ihitik I would be any benefit lo you IhereV Tho with her Irlili heart almost ortishednllhIhe lhal althouah neatly a year had not a dollar had heeu saved to pay the passage money of Ihe fust about resolving to go back and ularve vvlih her children in Ire Bill by a good she was In he Sailors case rcachid Iho eari of Tho distance from a sal ear tu heart is thoil rrom his heart la his nnokot A inbicrlptlon was among llm bnardersand raised at once lo sixty inoreasod a few days after bv another sol or In one hiiiidred ilollars and by n loan rrom her ro nnd an nilvnnco or tu nne hundred andfnrly dollars siifllcirnl tu pro vulon and pay tinpaxage nf llio ivlmle The second Snbuulh in November In llio of Ihu runners or he house made appearance beforo Iho door with thinly aril barefool ed IrNh Tho meetlne nf molher and children was a moellni of Irish Ihny laughed and crlctl all ot and all Tho firit burst or jiy water and bair did all lhal a molhors love and liigenuily could do lo Irnnrovelho conditioii and tho of tho young At evening she might hoiorn in her little by n cheerful and with a more cheerful gazing Into Ihe faco of one ond Ihei anolher or her an Ilioy lay In palrsln dlOerenl beds about the This lithe first place I onme loin Amer said and this ii the beil place I have found and Ibis hi the happiest hour I have By Ihe blcislng nf God and Ihe kindness or the God bled them II Iheir us ore nil here In The children want ihoes and nnd ho older ones employment1 If we can ho wo will soon have 114 f WHIPPINGTHE DEVIL ROUNDTHITJ srurniv Just after he Stale election a warm Cass met ills friend an cnlbuslaiIlo Tay lor f said Ihe election of JohnJ sou dues notjlncreaso Taylors Yes it Ill bet ypu a hundred dollars lhatOnt Cailios the exclaimed tied nftcr a moments If we bet we shall loie our So we Ill tell you brightening tell you what may be My wife shall call en your wife and bet with Smith wanft to bel ahundred dollars wltli youlhntCasiivlll carry Mrs Smith bet a hundred dollars with exclaimed Iho astonished Ifybu lo thees Ihe round This afternoon encT seo nnd put Ibe stakes Into the hands or ladj friend Ihe two Indies and Ihe money was dcposilod On Thursday when the rt suit was Jones told his wife to and draw tho as she had w The lady was not slow in obeying herhuiband that and before en hour the two hun dred exchanged into half eaejesv were the interstices of her ueautirul Whet Jones came home at he said lo liis my did you get tho money Yes was he i Ill trouble you for If you please Trouble mo Tor For Ihe monej that I won of ybuwinlr Did bel Smith1 ft tliat I bet In in order toitave my I made answered Jones with a visible euiljaT Tcannot my dear said1 Ihe lady wiih great to party in any violalhm or evailon or the T cannut consent on j our ou whosa honor U so dear to And T there jTf A nodding took ptaco at a low evenings and juntas he mar riago scrvicu nas concluded by the bene Iho floor gavo ed the i ntire parly In one mingled the Iho distance andllio plcnjtulo of tho nil marred by II J uear ktsu me i i Iholndy good as her word and Jones that in to whip Iho devil round Ihe Iotf a clran 1 hills a fact A Y i OOLDEH OOVOf jol IU1IDO lirhle In n nobler nor humility lu an unworlhy Of all I lhat Qod has chosen the that creeps upon Uie helpful of tho mild ami gnMeleis When Qnil appeared to H wai not In lofty nor the nprdadiiif but an if he wonld by check conceited arrogance of Nolhlogpfo ducoi lovej like nothing fnc LEAHNED SLAVE fill ho IcaniPil clavoi liberated by tons in tho Preabylerlau Synod of na nml liar catninenceiV la bora In Africa Btudylng1 tho two lircach to them in nays that the for thnir because grandfather was born in arc Mabo and Homo of are being cnpablo of reading Hebrew when written in Arabic upcaks In glowing termi of Liberia nod lie Virw York Flihi inVhli gives a very clearYrfcaof the tiorinoHs busiiieasdone on thoNew Yoik caiialij when ho that the iiiimber of bontfl which navigate the canals have become ID that If lino they won Id extend a djilance of Kcvcnty miles New Yorker have re at on for Ihe wondcifu Ii commerce tuelr V K Htulnas of Ihe ISalfimore and Ohh Rail report of tho buiiiieBf of Iber nalilrnore RIH Ohio Rnllroaii the lait says Ihe i hows a gratifylhp and inorenso over ding month of Therevenue oftbV uinnth frmu panitengcri onil from IleAvV verdict has in Iho SuperiorGout of Moses Beaoh of the New York for a libel on Juhn proprietor of the Bank Note MEXICAN oolnnae In Hill will amount to whlcli In greater tban in any preceding Next year It Is lhat it will be neatlj or iiulle The liicroaso ouing to tho worh of some now and ileh and more extended operations af sotno uf llio old Green Elder v4 Itjs sutedtlial green depostied in and about Iba nioivs of hay and will piove an liclual preventive against the dcpiedalUmt of mice and II U a common abstirdily to drlplt rum when water Is so much cheaper and rooYa aper and raoie ANCIENT hen yp mopna Ijke unlo Chryatopher In be anegrole dUucnvcrer Myc The quantity of Fork packed In the tern is eald to bo niurh larger Ihe piesent than In any former Why It the iqnalllnp of n child like of Iho We Mr rn Brraurt It u   

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