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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 30, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                Jt It f j i i mit i iK1 t M f Tlld 13 rUDLHHBp AT ALTON DY v 1 ono 1 o j rs 1 A f iboraT dftdtieuon majU to 4 cm lift ot tlilhi r i mil it l nnatieipiiiaj nun Hi iiincrcni 0111 Baltimore and authorized ID receive forlnitrtitnvln thl to act ourjgcncral Agent any 6 niitler connected with our publication f jHAn Ipqicft wa1 held on Friday by William Eq coroner of thiicohn the body of aiMinknown cd tho prccedlpfrNtay some nSiflwood at five miles above this and brought lo otir landing by Ihe commander of Ihe ferry when the jn That tbe supposed lo hate tome by accidental appeared to have been in Ihe water two or dressed In a null of blue Infanlr ami had tied tip in tho corner of his shirt two ten cent Wisconsin Tribune that Iho wife of Juhi sen frank gave birth n few since to a fine healthy at he age of being should be called IpmemnryjOf Hje patriarch under cir cumstances nearly v A scarcely although on tho other chronicled in a late number of tho Rochester Y which that a lady of thai ho will not be fourteen jears nf age till Ihe co ming mnnlh of made n mother some b the hitlh of a son ipny Iruly be called a great We regret lo stale that the steamer completely burnt down on Friila near a phce called West on tho Illinois abiiil fifty below She took fire jmj behind the wheelhouse being high at Ilia sho wailonvoliped In limes In v the course of a few I ho pasten as w ell as the and were of New to hai o conslrncled n solar of po tt that It will melt pebble stnnes or Iron as cally n melted In n candle u tnnanl have Invented apen liojargcr acorn rnon pencil so constitcled lo he ca Pable of hqldtug lo write four paces of let II of pine and will be found to and nil who may have occasion to pen and old been cTrowdlnp upon us fprjsorrioilays The arc with papers from the of January lo Ihe irilddlo of ihe present month 2jfThe Eililor of the Whip that a planter of to put alarge tlnno In no arid for warded In New Or directing the at the same send him backs barrel of Either by accidentor IrJIended fraud dicoered by the who forthwith took stone out of the put It Into Hie filled it up w llh w elRh ed and returned II lo Mm without sajmg a word on be subject to the who did not discover that he had been out willed until Ihe barrel hail been emptied of about half of Its The result of may bo estimated from the Ihnt he obtained four per pound for the stone when he it for lobaccoj and Plil just double the price for It when he pur chased 11 OH YOUTHSI TO CAUFOIINU Oil ijouthil to Callnirnta our anil kindred ileai WhyleavQ thtfi lovoly hm Why leoto fur climei UMlltniul droap never foumO TOKolc rcnlyi Bill olil whn gold mil uu LJ And wlltislimil the wlenw eij Will Old In distant to which jou hlS whtro wtt le tola IIIKJI Ulm tat nauslilljul wrtlUiei BcnJ forlh men of lionld soind Hum mil t wiin w III Itoii nm Im ton to Ihilr An I loam of Ihcni to fur Anting near thy plrannl Ainon8iil w kind mid dealt now are moping mind throl hear 60 hard at wllh lioiviiigfVctji to twuncll Il tiefoie loo laic f m tut Pray Heaven will bo loraHlngi Such lio on hU for Iw i n tide lit And ui up when CUCKEH w III a snuj and I or comfuil of I for Jho t That nulnf tCo geiind jL From which I can good bring All the whole season i i I have l pretty I ii TO drive 6ut oer i Anil when Ilillcli lip Awhlulngoll j f Wllh sundry lltllo i i A Illllo where t j My i A Illtle collar to my i 1 Ncnr there a tt here little To catch a lillle i And I did win n Illllo more tutteTajte 1 I lim a Itllle i ti Devoid of And lien we have a llttlo lo ui small niiomullng a found In ncrn waters i i From tho Homo HID MMIQUIS IN 7Ae Outline from a French BY Pi I Introduce ymial once to Iho Maraud le la Chetaidie a uhn nnjely In the gay ago nf Louis he alor but one of Ihe if the dark book nf lie la Cliclardie appeared for tho limn lo lhe uf lhe King al a man qnerade given al under Ihn of In belle He wni a Mini Inly of high ma ing her so perfect act and that Lou s became diamond of tho dlguNed Mar and uolenll excited Ihe of by his An of lonk anil he a great partia II fur the Marquis and his sulxoquoiil em In anil mil nf in man mcheino of state diplomacy and LaCheiardio al time ei h pen HP WJM very and h nl remark ibly small and Ihe radiant of nnd Ihe hixu iant nfi of might I il hmo born the einy df the dehcole imnan He at snbjcclid lo omo ridlculo fur lint Hie nerrv were awaie hat under viliot fragjlll la conceal Ml Ihe ilrenglh and ft of a I lie of his small hand liko nn Iron and singular actlvll and lhe cool which gave him abril iant career on Ihe baulo eslabll lied In a short the for nldahle swonNmnn nf iho ft lay deeply concealed In and ho Iht gajett and most brilliant of mom compan r I was tho ago of occult nnd trencher ami lhe court of vhcre Louis would fain have excrcitcd nn iifiupnce private well political in it wan miardod by an Implacable In the of the prime Aided by Sir llambnr Wll the nne of lhe men of lhat crafly he had ncceeded for sonic in defeating ever attempt at accenlo Hie1 imperial ear by Ihe omlnaries of The sudden appearance of cool self and successful of i suggested a new hope to lhe and called lo Veisallies by royal Iho yonnrj la icn Into cabinet nnd a secret to In piopoied to him and With alidsecrel dlsbalch es Milcheil Into his and under lhe protecllnn of a tclintifio who lo present him to Iho Tzarine do of filtering the icfvlce of Bllzabeth the Mar reached St nllhonlaocl lent or I he onng Han an atidtence Ihrough and having delivered Iho open recommending hor for her o tho imperial protection ho begged loai a to continue on scientific tour to the ecu Iral i f Cnnge was Imipodhlely nhd on the disappearanon of and befori lhe depatlure the Tzarine threw niT aiul pinching Ihe Dheeks and iinprlhting a kiss on heard of lhe beautiful afrpnlhlell by niie nf slldileil erence which her had so ninrh lionblo to Itrtriritiittiniclpar coiiliilcnllal nl The bliihesof forsoalTiVlionaJe a rallier tn lieiehten the and old neslncllelT bqwcd lilihielf out wllli a In Ihp behiity of Mad emniselle de vailed in a diphr malio cnngiainlalion to her litiperial nils was fmly and a lillle but hail and parlicn laily fund of beamy in her fe male male of her at tlio llnie of Iho ariival of Ihe Maiqulij was an exqnMte Illllo lilie whn had in In regard in by the kind uf German Fenella by iho name nfNadege Mot much belniv ihemiddle Nadege n model of symmetrical ind if very extraordinary She iad been care fully educated for her present and hlvlily a Ino readeraml asingnlarly sweet ind The Tzarlnes paaslnn for ovely attendant oxcoolvej arid the of a now favorite of the santo sex wai upon wllh some plfaiure by the o lenialndergf Ihe palace Elizabeth and milled MademoifBlle Icmpii rarily to her chaige but ihe lame mysteri ous which hail reached the heart of Ihe leemed In ai Ihe aflVollonil of her Vadege was nn alnne wilh her new than necki eied her wilh ealled her by every f tt overwhelmed her fe i mingled wllh Ihe most child from al her own IIH dowr explicable love for a In an hour had IJie new demoiselle al shoe till e soe oecton lo in very Inlimale but he could en harml nothing a ssas Mc vedj talked to her of her am and d Tn of from the of Na Anl v t 1 fctt 1 wil e Marqufs lnt creature and md dtlll io tilth na II1B iiencHiQ and he returned tho afTecllon mil Innoccdily lavished upon and by the necl endjif Ihis first fatal hour was Irrecovera ea W Co hail been nni al the Trench 11 Ihe and proved to bb the deepest pas slnn of J10I On Iho return lo mai she summoned her new fllllo and wllh condescending sli Iho for her palace Ti Nadego rnhabllcd a small lower fo hfcinlslrBsiHrld inie an unoccupied which ill at the present snggeillnn of the fairy Illllo u lo Ihe an toned by Ihe ono dour into tn and b ho j n Into the coirldor leading In Hie hta ould lain have made some objection lo in ver boil Ul MI c II on Iho tlirnuoof Poland hail longsnecteded In enlllng uffall approach lo Iho cir nfthc Izarliic hat ier n liad piobnbly furgotlen them illogetlier and Ihe tn roach UML klknlc had been n rare MadcmoNello de Benu it had complclel Ihe Nadege ami In her i urof relaxation from slate enc ed tho constant attendance of lhe new fa orilo In her private Uul the ceuviant presence of some other of he maids of nppoed continual nnd inti nnd he I zirlnt her elf was not nln a In inlk of mat CM more than lhe current of From Uio Home and led iho ft was nbeaiilifn Before It ran dle wai and and sloping full of Iho most vished lo be read lo sleep And with blllliant and ending in a low i a to Iho of her fagraceful Upon Ihi at I Bntthe go had hitherto Uf en lhe broad branches of flung far out heir f pissing sacred for full green which fell no rored nnwe Empress had of toilet for Ihe I Into of clear now fa ike on einbel ishinenl of her which she the II a bright simmer af nl only to the ejes of an anhqualed al Nothing could bBo p enslng be nlth h be eye as the alternate relief inpr I delicate tracery given lo the archllec and the bed ad the b the of half concealed The ttnpca that It LBIOI Thcio wai omeiblng Oriental In lhe I unclouded the dnsk cc umlh npiin on Ihp finer of her nmdoir she laid her Imperial head In lhe up of the demoielle and Knciriled bj and giimdpd nni all inlriKfnn of nlbrr cj in the m loirt ftir her new over liln and hnpp in deiotiifg lu him icr of emleHrment Ho had not set dared to tho if snverugu by n of i v en in the confidence pf He cnnld lot trust Narlege to phy dllllciilt a pmt lhat of of so a secret in the presence of the shteud and observingI A would lire about and her head preyed close against Ihey passed Ihe balmy of Ihe Rnoian In pa ring the flowery of the Imperial gar discoursing bnl one reervo on eer subject that floated to Iheir Il all the self control of and all Iho favoring darknps confoHions of the unconscious ind her al the ptfcnllaiity of her She had that hero were in her nature which could onl be called forlh by a Yet Iho thought uf caressing anolher lhan tier repealing lo any hiimnn least to a vnwi nctardle drew her up bosninl and Yet the lime al laii drew iiear for the wa kliitf frinn Ihlii The gulseil diplomallil had faunil opporlnnl and had In Eliza belhii mind bolhouriosliy and inierest to tho tubjecls of the still inlervieivivliliiho savant whn conduolcil him lo his innlentllieliad been transfer red porlmahleaii to iho and il now in ready for Hie liniment ol Will his plans biuncht In within a sluiglc nlshtiiflihe ho parled fiom the Taarlnr having asked he Imperial permNslon privato nlerview on tho wllh gentle iirce exclmliiiit Nadege from ie himself in lib and ciit open the warm envelupp of This he ihrew hU cloak iver with a daik lantern in sought Nadege lie iad dutermined lo disclose hlinsclf to renew vows ofjuyo In his proper while he had acoois and op some meant for uniting their As ho cnlerpd the door of lhe dcgo fliiw up the stairs and ibierving Iho cloak In the fufnt glimmer of ho she endoavuroil in en lierself in lelilng her La Chetaidio lurned and glldeil irawiug her after him toward a small pavil on In Iho remoter part of iho Heio hey hsd never been the Km alonehavinglho power lo inlrude up m and La Ghelardlo felt safe In de place and time to the double cliHiire of secret nnd snpprciicd pulling lloral wlihoiito cut and in da jk down his tin louline Irelv up Iheiblli nUifi I th threw off with reiourco agalnit the ihould have occasion to Iho of the f to Ihe P iiuiiitianinave mumerea And he related lo me a tale of lenlble butch eryj In one of Ihe far provinces of when ho had ho ttenfon to iell Ohrlsllanii Intended to be rcvdniid and ho f t lo hnvo a partner In horenlov hesoclelyof this new In hor soft flllndV nllj nfler her with ihe sen lhe knows some of ration nl hU for a preentMneSt ed l lifo of lh rC imo had come for Hie of se lie fell on his knies ahd announced hliiKclf a man i J ruitnnatelj they were lucreuii at the Hmiucss to as ihnuld resume dUgnije and remain In ni i from the silken fettin of lhe enamored 1 he dcpailcd nn er lie dare of tho inVperfrfl for he more genial climate of withonl rillrratLi promiiies nf how and In that of unlimited wenllhand a the made way slowli toward erglcam of drrtiired nil 1ho Sopliia Clinr Iff Gwgo the and daughter of the home of Mecklenberg had beui the play male of Nadi go from infancy till the time when was sent to tho 1 and by ihe bener had shared Iho salne fate of every of the court wlm had ever awnkenpd the ealonsy of the She doubt lo she had com inlllcil no volunlary it wasprobabli wilhoul other ami wilh a play malo on the throne of sho iiilghl be demanded and recovered eie In all her fro and Ycl Iho recent fate of Ihe fair Euxdnxie for on nlTcnse but liitle more dhinslrful to the was pierced through Iho tongue with a hut whipped wilh Iho nnd exiled for life to hunn like a cloud of evil augury over his no Alnne wllh his own he resumed femnlo and directed Illscunrie In Mecklenberg Slrelnz The liYcl maiiiiained an inlhrialo lotlio olghboihood of the ducal ice d menis III Iho Ho was receivedwilh all honor at tho palace gaio by lain in who led Iho way to a suit of ailjoinlng Ilionii of lhe where nflcr being lefl alone for a few he familiarly vliledby HID betrothed and ovorwhclmed ai furmerly by her with most In the next Ihe door was has lily flung and like a iiream ol led Ihrnugh lhe lame upon Ihe neck of the and oveijoycd and ended wlthconvnlilonsol min gled and The moment ho could disengage from Iheir La Uhdardio lo be left fora menl lie felt Ihe danger ami Impro priety of longer maintaining his Ie cloicd door on the unwilling hastily changed till ahil wllh ils sword at his entered Ihe adjoining reception ronin nf iho wheio lemoiella de Dominion was Imnallentlv Tho iccne which lhe mlnglrd and joy of lhe iiilarlii and naiijiieradlngaHhe sudlho parlicn of the marriage of Hie do la jhelanlio lo hl must e left to Iho We lave room only to explain the teaiinear inceof Nadexeat Nsdege rellrnl In her turret nt Hie nlivn command nf lhe tad anil lioubledjbut willed wakeftillv mid anxiuus the of the of and Haroun and the nnahdil and Ornnadnl What imatcd W 1ml for lux or llmughlful reflection What In evilablc Incllemenl for future among n race that of nnd fur muro iniccpllble lo Ihe le of their fallh Such vieie the lialn and tenor ofmy when melhonght I hey were inter rnplcd by a light step near I limited and beheld n maiden of ingular loitll Her c were very largo and full nf Her dark hair seemed still dalkerin lo her pale and robe of lnoe gleon con cealed her but I could et er and anon puceive her white rhlnlng like plow worms before slopped at iho portal of Ihe r would fain lime ad bnl the al once hushed and lenced she and her voice full nf quiet and melodious mean ing speak tliinkon Dion tfioughl Eicr think good of ever wMi gnoi1 for ever do good lu bhi timk iny hand In one of hers as wlille wllh Ihe oilier she pressed Ihe Ule II flew open al her ami dico itred seemed an coirldnr of At first I could ilMnguh no thing but n broad line of B itas liors and But tho mcthoughi I direct before a throne far loftier than any of those I had seen bo with many up aild aJI with a beyond this agolden staircase it appeared to extend whn And when we reached the the nfafilenbowed her head upon wllh fulded arms and huin ble ba thought to kneel I crooed myself In Igu ol my own Weitern nhd npilgjll tho liocnmo doivn Iho and looked cnrnenlly jnln my and miled And he Thy heail been slirred within Hire at the of Doubt Truth mil inllie but And Bene volence the iliiclpHrie rf With Iheip he rained me np to he very fool of the throne and bado me look around And I saw not one but many not but many cnrrl Ihey all ended at tlio foot of the illimllrlblo gnhlen And when I had gazed he inolioned to the iviio ascended iho and took me again by the And again we passed down the hall and at length reached the which once more flew open at her And Ihey closed behind f heard Iho same quiet and voice Eer think gnod of ever good for ever do good tnolhprV I turned round lo look for the but wai no longer by I for but my were only echoed by Iho mur mursof Iho I and fouudlhat fhadheon sleep beneath a lofty cedar In Ihe beaiHlfnl It all In vain that I panted fcr my pail Ihe 1 had and the of thn I giew weary and roliirnpd full of into the busy Ai I en d how a w of extermination alone ought satisfy 11 turned anKy from because I conjd feel no But I thought upon lite of n i of nly Ever think good of ever good for ever do good lo Truth not mine but mul and Benevolence Is lhe of fXii A w here lo hai o read a of a hesitatingIn choice between two jmn by botji were n lhat nne ql iho In haute lo pluck n new blown wolindcd her with a thorn II bled reel Iho of a while rose lo the she smiling I am a second I have dyed lhe while roo Al lhat moment they heard a fcarlngllicolher irililic had loitered had met with an huslcned back lo assist I he fair ones scream had been call ed forth by no worse an accident lhan had befallen her She had angrily thrown attay unending flow nnd made so pertinacious and fretful lamentation over her wounded that tho tor a little resolved oii a speedy Union uilh Iho Icasl must Ihe two young Happy would It be for many a kind hearted wo did she know by w hat seeming trifles iho aflrcllon of those whom she loves may be confirmed or alienated furevcil TRANSPLANTING In planting evergreens ni or namenial usually diffusing it self all over he but the failure ipientlj attending the transplant ing of deters many from at tempting This species of trees w III like the willow and many of the de boor Iho los of n largo por lion of their and Ihe drjlug of their lhe ends nf tlio small while he u hen once diled neicr again expand or perform their proper Iusons Ignorant of this lake up and others ol this class of wllh lillle care as they would an elm or maple the with roots thus mutilated lo or ei any consideiablo lime to the nill have Its half woody rootlets and honcier carefully Ihe transplanting ma be pel death nearly certain In the cnnrso of the following To guaid this of ami One of which Is to cut a trench late In anlnmii ainmid the roots of the trees to be icinoi leaving a ball of earth about Iho proportioned to Iho size of the trcei after end dining Ihe the with the frozcn ball of are lobe lifted by Ihe aid of a stout lliey can then be drawn upon a sled and placed the noilh Mile of a or other and haling old or saw dust packed abonl Ihe frozen the will remain Mil Ihe pinner season round to set them In thU way the original soil about the roots Is undistur bed the are Mire lo and scarcely receiie any shock In A melhod by a dent of IheAliH of the Ills melhod to according to Ihe number of to be laken n gnlllcienl Hiianttfy of old uilli a ball of cord of proper sUa and and a w ell tempered spado ground lo a fine Wllh the spade uit round the trees al a suitable dlitanoej holrees are hen lobe lifted and placed upon the r which Is In be snugly laced by lie ciyd around Iho ball of in which In one of tils relative ol llmie lo grow and men When you ajro oldas I am dear as old husband According to women bear hunger longer than men accordingto they can of wine belter according lo they are never according lo seldom attacked by on Ihe contrary they will run after and according lo Ihey can talk a fcwl be how wn indulge In Iho vlr It Iho handsome bro ther of angor and i n fJ world a fulling full of eels and t w eauty eventually doiorU pogsts vlrluo and accompany even to Ihe r their to Ihe their lo tho 1 r 1 i t i Jj JEfThe and way lo live honor in the lo be In reality what we appear lo 4 ft that lurneth one from IhV error of ihlno the itaf s t nlo It lakes Ihreo lo make one leap can never be ler repeated in the experience of an The place consecrated on parental Inieb tlio nnd spoils of child Is Ihe only home of Ihe human yonake of Taylor of following ulioit bo kept in mind by all ynung who arp thinking of cominllllng matrimony er marryliuifor anditt hou lovt what it t i nOBERS OP LIVEIiWORT k TAB rPHF great remedy for conaumntlon of tho A Night Tlio lato cure of who now Race three liuly Hie moit rcnuilrable and niloniiliins 1 lady for Iho la ate and and low and cold night and hectic fever 01 cry reduced to o mcto her cough wai II her her up to die f of wilh tho lasj urn called celebrated Lung who said hero not he hopo of finally her lunja lilctmlwl both Internally nnd pn4 blood under her nails o that they We a melhod that no believe will But lo begin f numbcrof nil by neglcctlns lo of the Ihey are sol lhe are lo be taken with Iho ball of already and lefi upon he ground nn In t corner or Third and d Agontsfbr Die Western Sold Mil r r vnBnii mo western Mil the oiiKide of ihe boll of earth Barry tip Vllom w men trcipicnll nay happen by one nights Jencyyliiei shepherd k craftonl Thci can then be removed on a oil or nasV to the place nhcre and Immediately plancd wllhont hailligihe or Very if my trees would fall do If planted in It way than cut ling lip tne fronen ground In lhe w Inlori and cheaper lhan binding up the mai It now n leisure seaion of the year compared wllh Ihe Wo hope many if In the where lhe few evergreen can be so easily nnd phcaply oblalnedi will therefore ornament and with nflhe soul eonvsriant with virtue reiembles a funntaiu for it is and and end The Chinese moile of employing a doe or to give the physician a regular yeaily but only In continue long ai lie in good A IlAno that a Marble Mlu The narriago ceremony took place in the le and the nuptial knot was tied by he When offared lo leach Therri Ihe art he answered Miner leach me Ihe nr4 of fnrgeliingi or I often remembir what I would but can not The filvndihip nf people li like oiif hndowj kooidng clnie lo whllo wo walk n tho hut deiettlng the mo ncnlwe enler Ihe liioil Punchs pnckft hool jsyi am templed o compare blah life lo a tall rosd very deliithlfnl while all cnei on Imr If ymi get olT the ihe ii WISTABS BALSAM WILD I Oroat ttemcdy fop consumption of the I or of thq or phrpnlc of tbo tho AOcc tlons of Iho Pulmvnaty There a Wild and all other ofW114 true and genuine Balsam i extract of Wild Cherry1 of great and ttie of and general of the But ihe ImportonttlkTerenco and all of Iho that BsK vrhilaother give only temporary rolterto tho Bead Ilio following ceilulcila tendered to us by ono Qf our own cltUenit 14 SanforA Paikqenltemen I oppoilunily to inform you of a rcrnarkabU ormcdlilmy own tiytho o ItaHara of Wild About the ofA waipttickotlwlthailolent whl rny during the of red lope or recoveijt until about week pt EtThia Invaluable preparation for Mleta by Henry Awnl flih4 anil BAWIVS Alton Vales It JotMUlHei waidivlllC q lllthboili f Troy shepherd f Carrollton iXnpiiT i late by oilh 1 colored and 9 DSDOW s ttwcujtac tccd per and SCAIltllTT krHr   

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