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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 6, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                I w i r THE ruBUSHLD 1 JOlfN 5 DI I I II III i n knitting y personally estimation Iheysenterlalnaof the Mexlcanfconfpal This scaicelvXneefi hold A liberal dcuuclloil made to yearly i i i wy in jry Which wo IruiKMIII oo iippllniUi an avfn n i eFpr e Palmello JpU became ioldeh fled with In honor and that South lent maried Itsunny Thoie were smiling faceon wllhoul whloh no life picture h lit after racing alltHese lilllfwardovenll her said lo I guess she waii the ways was a hotnVbody Softly the shone nnclondeil way oarelessly over un being 29 less1 Ilinn more than one noie from lie county Including city of The 13 jean during and Ihelr oxglendlturel IP 6G7 Icavlns a clear piofitto the Stale of 87 The ptionols ajjitrary of and Ihelr cell lighted with gaij 90 that fiich of Iliem are able lo read can enjoy this pilvlego dining the J i poied lo bo lhe lnl Wathlng loni Life life at Man a Ceniureks at Iho icry aiUancrd nge of 107 lie iclnlned his menial lo aMhe tlmeufhia unloosed to be the olileal man In u f Boston papcrsslale Ihat abeab1 llful anil accomplished jollng lailj recently attended a masquerade ball in Ihat ar rajed In the costly icoslumoof a French In order lo personify the character to the she drink more fjefy thin she was accustomed and anbjigcd lo leave the room In a slate of Sho then called for a but being unable 10 find her MBS finally cnrrlulla station holiro in tho arms of a v her as well asher ciirrence Her should operateas a salutary Ip all del Inclined IP app foreign and espe cially to avoid any thing calculated toliad to thai moat djngrrpUs of all vicesinlem t k n t i Cincinnati papers Male youinuf SHiat left for Ihe gold in J he i vision for old rnrjro Hope reigns eternal in tlfe human bteasl Ihe respce led of Iho Common School al Sa was received in due bill clr unnecessary lo tk detailed havo prevented Its trppeataiico unlit the pro sent As tho ptiiduclioii of very oung the original compositions lor warded by him tvill be perused uith lute contain suggestions which may be profitably attended lo by both Irachcrs and i We have received Febrtuaryjnumber of The IKwIern and Re monthly devoted tq is edited by W and John P D Professors In Iho o has reached ila ninth is neat ly and filled with a good vailely of well wiltlen among which we ob serve two or three on the subject of and published by Robin son Ihiee Dot lara per JMilent Magazine fur March reached us a few days Il is embellished by i large number of neat and appropriate en illiiitialive of the reading as herolefptc enibra cei almost every brunch and contains much uieful Information on a grea number of Ihlnvork Is conduc ted and published by Charles Nassau New Yprk City rale of Ori Dollar a The March number of lhal interesting Youlhi Calii has likewise made in appearance o our II contains ihe usual variety p roptly calculated t edify ouug and such as a judicious parent ivould b Pleased lo his Ih Cabinet ls edited by the Francis C and published by Mr A Clinton 135 Nisan Yolk1 one tLla per Ihe pf some unknow n Men are indebted for a copy uf the Firs of Pfetllentto Ihe 1 rtctaii of the ludiatippolit and Bellefonlaii Aflijroarf poitipqtiy n comprised In neat pamphlet of 16 pagei and speaks fa vorablypf ihq progress already inade In Ib ionslructrpfi of and of Ihe Impor effect defined la hen com on the general prosperity of Hi We have alip rrpeived the nlxlh numbu of Tlif Afollo oSjutiilit Colltgftn oo caslonal from line I lime by Ihe Right D BUhop of lh Mills Slal vilh hit Dio I am MHr i pi l o individual hi rtrincd uhoallcmls Iliem Hence I onclude that ll is the tchool only tji lieip good oidrr and n gular bill also lo annor Ihe vniiims he li id lo Infliiicl fch at laige ie nidlinenls If V fgl wed bj all dues it mil ipear icaionable and xery lhal hen pemqnii Ihe pars of matin i and commence Iho ljufiiioj of life r noiild be bcllerqfinl rHd lhan jouiii people gcnprallj I rink om and fcclailan uill lib one answer unuM But o our iparllcK alone lo blame in Iliij re iccl e Ihluk Uul Ihere aio many oilier renioiii whyi Dromon no Ont c ciiiploj i fcbool o to hniise and ham them gfnn llV eel from Iheir illilrcn Dpi if common teachlui reduced In anj a prrfrcl and nol till will Ihelr osMug and adtantases be propetli appro JuMjidrr SCHOOL EDUCVTION r ihat is acijuircd iu the common ought lo bo as gnod as lhal which is Ihe Acodriny or Ihe he only iCBSiin lhal I cansoenhy it not Hint onr dp nol liy as per lo leach Ihtir as Iho u coptori f lilglur and were m Ir vcr to hard Ihey could pot do unless ie aio pipUded Ulan our leach1 pro Ihero were any tegiii ar system ol school no doubt our chools n 9iild be belltr than the are How let things bo as the children 0 nol and make i ery great proficlen y In Ihelr il said by the eacjierand others that the scholars hate nt sinse enough In I am not agreed to jlhedlllieuli efts altogether on Iho pr school for If cliildien ever no fast V dp nol Ihe piano of Iho people or of in II Is veiy easy lo bo that each scholar concludes he is dn ig an well as In and ihprebj llin itrresl that onBhl to be fell by Ihe scholars 1 altngither i u i My class has been slndylng Arllhmello a real nnd could never limitisland It ntil In I do nol thmli it is so if II is properly illustrated by Ihe on Ihe black and may be oniprehendfd b very joutm I ho law ihat lately commenced llhmetic ap know as iqneh as my dais erne had studied almost a year In fact find Ihat In no never knew any hlng about the caileri until i Wo could reai as fal aHU but after had rctu o knew nothing about nnd therefure cniiclmlo that ihe inalrrpoml li acquiilng nil education any where and ir any branch of Is In learn Ihe fundamental and Iheni pronres egnlailyiBiid have only IL keep our atlenlion fixed on the polar Mar o nolhlng lo fear lili of encrgy0n of coot lo guide urlo Iho summit of fame Ia ala forwaid with niililIng hay compleled and am Geography1 and meet each other In the fal pages of and Ihlloioj and Bo THE NEWSPAPEIl Tho old fain lioune woro a plras ant as he veitinffsnn gilded windows ot er which the luxuriant Riap vines were carefully trained In Ihe door sal tho ullhahllle mororc covered hook in bin on which his al Ipirllon had been fixed lor Ihe lail half hou a man of and ol Richard and from hl legnla accpnnt which were with sen he alw a s set dow u in Ibis lit tie simplest manner all hli im very complicated ao b the and all be received di ring Iho in Iho real me as he sail not by way o trade This lam account he had just reckoned up and Ihe result w as highly sallr factor If on might judge T om Ihe pleaant expression of hU as he turned In his nnd ad diesiei her III her prelly old fashioned has been a lucky when we mo veil on 9 Iw enl five j ean Ihat w f should over get fivo hundred a ear out of the barren nestled Ihere as of hdllllnfon and nlieslizii1 d hi iholighlof her youngest the ecklesi boy who had left her Ihreo jears fora home1 on ihe Once only ad tidings reached herofllio wanderer rue teller poke of and home sick In that light and cateles wa Ihatica heslhe heirl morosiirelv than eplnliic and complaint To know Ihat ho ilrered with a strong wilh noblo elding her a feeling of nol nnmbed wilh lie Hill surely come murmured ie alTecllimale mother to and I ead Ihe paper no carefully every w lhal II any thing about Ihe nhip Alficd llid in I be suio lo see II Mr said her ng her meditations somewhat we ltd spent Ihirly dollars more Ihnii uual iis eat where can il have gone Ir 11 Mrs Hi Heath ted llal diini ery on know Ihcies Incnly account Wo Ind Iho carriage fixed up when oil imcht Iho continued Ihe uife Iliatuaseighldullani lhalstwen eight lhal we dbnl spend Ihe other can Ihej ai e cone Glancing Ills cj e hastily over ie pages of memorandum he con nued Ill lilljon it the nowspi er cosl just two and we llhnlil II Isnt any thing lo r w ear I dont do uny thing w llh and ru nlwnjs lay il up in the Il as w i II be left out as and Ill slop iy right nway Oh1 said Mi you dont know how nidi I set by ihe I always it La soil of glad feeling n bent see yen aho it put of jour hat and lay il on the lichen mantle just as I dp when omo of the children come h And hen Im I sit down n llh in knit ng woik and I can knll Just as frut hcu I m reading am feel so Contented dont bolicie Qieon Vlclnry herself lakes noio solid ciimluil than 1 Un silling By Hint at window of a summer read K IJ i Bui j bo as well iff without Huered her for wan of an thing i er I mslecl any thing else for my do I dont know en on answered er but It seems lo ire an I slop ha in a lone lhal lioWul plainly inoiigh ho wished lollop lie conversation I shall lake the remarked If i havo gof gpput w ahing lo pay Ihls was nol spoken bill so firm y dial Ilealh noticed hough by no mans lemarkahle for discprnmenl In moil It suundtd so dllTdrent from her isnal quiet ihlnk thai hoac unity slof ped a moment tocniifider w belli ir II was nt all likely she would do as she aid Heath was a kind as hal imlefiniio defciipllon U generally mi lhal he did nol beat his wife and always gave her enough lo eat More hail he had a certain regard for her lappincsslwhich made him feel half ntd of his but like many other nen who llavo more obllnacy than wisdom ie could not hear to relract any ami ibuve to be lie was iy awoman with a commendable lh to cmrivo Hie uiihappliiess he had itiggesled that as I lib carcfiill and sho found tllBin all inleresliligj she could lead Iheni nil nVer begin ilng al taking one a week clear Ihiough the would jus concluded as if it weie a singular fact that Ihey should do Nol ilslamllng tliis admirable prnppiillpn liesilll felt some It follow ci him as he walked up tho iileasti t1 Jane I Iho and il made him speak mor sharply than u as his If Ihe cows stop ped uliilohe was driving them in crop ihe gfasi where it looked tho greeneTn nd swutfisl on Ihe uitihy slnrie II iron Hied him till ho heard Ms call him lo supper in such cheerful lone thai he con ctudid she didnfl cnVe much about tile news paper after About a week after irt Heal was mowItig ode he was surprise to see his wife come diossed as for i Im said Mo upend III day tsilh Mrs flrownIte left plenty fu yon In And sp she walked la pull Mr Heath thought about It just long e nmmh lo say lo she dont go visit In to slay all day once a alii II trango should go In hay lime Very long Ihe day seemed to hlm log In for and all have nobody Tospeak lo IP find every Ihlni snslin I ho old clock licked siller lha bar rago II doei pay foragooddealorhard tahl to nee hnw dllfetent thin from they did ihe n gooddealorhard ngs look r I m illni iainre how ia Episcopal Church dont make as a means of cominiimcallon anv noise w llh our knilllng came li very tie ally priute ii piitsinc he he brood of pretty whit chickens Ihat were peeping roun lie had wandered off left It he eten misted the bus clank of lha knlltlng needles that was a lo put him out when be doing au Im he said lo as he bpga lo look dou n Iho road al Ibal Mill eent d9nt go a vjsilin al the lime women Ihero sho hist coming How said as s1 came why dldirt ou speak about ard Id bave harnessed tip and come afle OllV Im not very she answered bi her looks belledher her declaiodshe looked llrfd like for a day o two after What was his amazement loaeonerg away Ihe nexl In Ihe same mai ner at wilhout much about before sti To hli rlUiilliMlloni every thing elf as In what he should do to slop liifi adding Sealed on Ihedoor in lade Of the old he spent an hour or oln and talking iud all the and having the sailsfao on nobody dispute Its ard lo hliik of her gelling to bo a vlsiljug said and II aint Keep er at Ive read In ihe fold Ichards bible knowledge wai somewhat and bis quotations varied slightly om Iho scriptural keepers at but il he added wilh the tie fclenco ef n sincere that hin anils must set great store by their wives id treat them I wont MUM Ill harness up and go after her to and coming home Ill talk II over illi and tell her how bad I and If at dont something In accordance withlhis praiseworthy ro he might have1 been rrecn about nsel hitching his horse at Mr Brown1 strangely her visits had I bceri made ot the same Going i lo the door he stopped In amazement al cine his wife In Ihe liilchcn jusllak r off a great woolen wash apron and put ig down her sleens which had been roll I upas If for i He hilciicd and heard her as the look me mnne from Mrs it wont be that I can do your washing again It has been a great favor lo have yon do whlteilve been so answered and Im glad lo pay you for lili makes four and heres two did Its j ist as well thai you cant come for I Ihlnk I shall now be Well e ch lo do It Two dollarsjust ihe prlci df a news perl exclaimed Mr as Ihe Irulh ashed Halher a silent tide me Ihy nil at last I ncicr is so ashamed w asked gooti a I aint poor as thai comes lo I dont replied his a man Is loo poor In tako a now spa his wife ought not lo feel abote gping II lo x Nothing inpre was saidupon Iho subject mt but 111 feelings lingered in Iho enrt of 1 ho making up was no naukish scene pf embracing and O such as rotnince build Hair seless fabrics wilh but as Mrs Ilenlh as finishing her household duties for the I dont liilnki did e ther and so Iho spatk quenched hlch might havo become a scathing lighting all domestic peace under their umble At last Iho long Ii almost nd tha sailors talk only of home hey talk of those Ihey aro to of the vlvds and children to whom Ihelr thoughts ave so often wandered dining these three wonder if Ihe Allrcd who lies so ter see his hoinu and with their nugli subdued almost lo ley speek of his anxiety lo see his He is so hopelessly III1 lint lha heail Is ow whcro the worn sphit overturns In Iho our of bitterest or at lls approach o Ihe unseen God and his mother faintly as his heart II Mill Ihrobi vilh the earnest deiireof life Dim as hlr hasibeeonie he fancies lhal it would bilRlllen at ihe slghlof his ml his fallen mind be cleared could he lean n her With folded hands Ihe j oung sailor prajs are confused and indistinct lo lipso listen buUall all oaruesl and plain are they lo the Great LUtencr a And when Ihe stalely ship has reach id her doslliied atid mingling voices ire all around the sick his comrades iear hluvcarefully atnlserable ibhiej but better ban rescel iri Ihu nildsl of the sounding sen Now if 1 could see hemdtmuret o Ihe strangers around She by ihe vine covered win palirrtlly reading tho shipping Jpnr s dnlshing sho said dont think I did quite and thinking meanwhil shippin le of her abscn Ililnklng II was lime for him lu ind lipping JIB willnovergplp sea again Ipw quick the words catch her fhip And II was a week he cculd ha een al hpme by this time he will cbme IP she said she went todbm good news to They tvatchedTir him Inlvaln lhal nlghl and then Mrs Heath suggested what n molherever failed lo suggest when Hie pro onged absence of wan linaccouniei for must be sick anil whennlght afie night Ihey nellhersaw nor hear any thing of her anxiety would res no go to or at least g where wo will hear of and Heail now as anxlousas readily assentm na for the j were son and with heavy hearU Ihey proccei1 ed In search of Ihelr wilhlillle hope o gaining any thing moie sallsfjclory thin In definite intelligence nf his It was a and rainy evrnlng he Ihey entered ihe and alter an lion spent in fruitless the found Ih place where Alfred had been Li tie care had he received In the crowde boarding Hough hands had roughl tended and pale It seemed as If It mattered hli what care he had In the agony wit which lie parents bent over the uncoiiscloi and marked Ihe sunken an wasltd there Is but one ray of com Ihey could watch over Iheythmi phi hear death with the sad Ihoug Ihat none but strangers had smoothed h dying The sufferer awoke from a troubli lo find Ills aching head support By hli and see bis eslingonhim nilh a Iookif uhulterejl arid hll new spaper In iu this en so lhal I count a new spaper just the most ecessaty thing In a We should ild Btrong and If It hadnt been fnr II II Is an excel I and I shall subscribe for II as ng as I I DE4TH OF THE I BV THOMAS My old schoolmaster Is dcadl Ho dtod a nnd I wonder none of his pu Is have ever dono Ihe same I have been Turning frpm their contemplationof dull our ratelerseniered into cpiiversn was the nel e name of Iho ho iiilcnded utaj Ing until his and the Iho officer found Iho lady true lo her but her Vhohad boingrcatly embarrassed Ihrough tho failure of some ailway hud urged her IP give her hand lo agcnlleman of grealwealth who had become attached lo Iho loss of many of Ibo officers i which had been stolen b a treacherous ser for Ihe sake of Ihe hllle presents hey meed bv nianv bnl litd her to belioe Ihat he allow ed a he nil We hive lini1 ln btlle Sho w ished Ihrt ho hIppeJ on the A 11 fa o of Italian la c of her bill he did It In Eng ih round and w e used lo L K i i Mel hard Such hl for some fillure In English after hai ing been u ell correo I have been ordcicd lo be 1 ave heard of tho road lo nnd he d jislico lo we ccitsiiily neicr went a age In education without being w ell ho mantle of Busby descended on his ouldcis and on Ihere was bill one ec on he play bill it nev had a Iwlg or a leaf upon It Spring or itnlways louktd abale as If the eaiher had boon cimlng at Ihe jailer end Iho they aie good to and certainty we got through a pago wilhoul fpr I do not recollect n Latin article ilhoiit a tall piece All Ihe Latin at Ihu chool might bo compilied in one Xnna virumQua An a and a cane It was Eng shed lo me one day in Iho school hen I was stud Ing Robinson In ead of by a storm of bamboo tally carried on the and made me link for a lime that I was assaulted by a el of He seemed to consider a oy as a bears and set himself to lick him Inln lie was so par oularly fond of stiiking ns with a leather rap on Ihe flats Of bur thai ho nev r allowed them a days rest There was o such thing as Palm Sunday In our calen ar In one ho was disinterested and used as industriously to strike for milling as others strike for Some T Ihe elder boys who had read Smbllelj him from his hilling ke and being so partial lo His dealli wai After ma Ing his ho srnl for he end and addressed htm in Ihcso It Is all Mr I am sink ng faster afci lobo lo Ihe have prnmlsid oinpklns a lie has and otil lethiirTpick off the I havo sked Aiislotlo hero his head ml he says I cannot 111 v o an I dont iko that hlacli hoiso grinningal tint soundly not knowing his non quod odio its a breaking up with va alipns Is Ihat black horse motlens remlnlscilur we ro shoil dont let tho chbol get into when Iain am Ihroiigh in boys lave gone back in Iheir feel o trange ail the new pu ill trust T have my ind have made my left all here iis head wandered again lo Suuter ho school I Invite lo my boys walk In cnod lake cnro of tho crossings My sight is getllno to Airs 11 at break oh Iho The donr is left an very coldVwhere Is my ruler fee Ilizht the school cannot see a inur Is am art dyiiij Is an dy THE MAN WHO WOULD BE IAPPV DY THE nXrlOrlESfl DALZCLti It wasone of the darkest days of an Eng lish dud Ihe mdit dismal pail p that a healthy looking five or sat iu a fiisl olas carriage on Iho Westein wllhlhi air of one who is not only monarch of al ie but pf mudi pf Ihelerrlier ihrbugh which Iho train is paisnghsmln was engrossed wilh pleasant an his bright blue eyei twinkled hi Iho Iwillgh like slatshe was evidently a happy Opposite 19 him was a slighter and mor delicately formed who occasional ly attempted tolakoanobnervotlon throng the and often drew him back again Into his an ex presijon face that betokened baste an Who could be satisfied through the vaporcovered window nolhlng wti to be seen but Ihe blanket o Ihi wilh few laige figures slandin out in which might have been tree IP an observer underujnre faVoiable circiim but which IP assume be appearance of spectres und dltiy brown flying away to a ball u o on Salisbury I he explnnalun had jcarcel been made id Iho hcaili of Ibo btcome uinMr the second as ho confusion of the lady w as bill 111 gicalcr Ibe surpilse of Ihe w hen the person of Mr he beheld s companion of Ibe rallwa la Ibis Momltiglbnt exclaimed the Vpil hen at Ihe same lime cried tho out gentleman In Iho bluo cual aud bright The lad fainlod in the arms of her he npnichcndci 11 clue as the least conso But Ihero was no duelnolhlng of Ihe mcicliant was IPO good and sensl Ie a man tu Bit himself up as a barrier lo rcvcnl Iho union uf faithful ami honest ho had heard Ihe story of Iho olllcer nd with him 1 have come ho bo nd I will And so ho wan for standing at the altar one of Ihe prettiest village churches in he Ihe nexl hoenjojcd Iho ratification of doing sacrificed Is hopes of happiness wilh a and real ed Ihe hopes of olherrand there was not more cheerful face Ihat nor a heart lat moio fervently besnughl a blessing from eaven upon Ihe niarilcd ban lhal of e clly merchant In Ihe bright blue SAOACITY or A dicer In Ihe accompanied by his ft West Point on n visit lo Ihe clly of Bur and while here becoming his wife and family at West olnl In relation lo his Short after Ihe icceptlon of this Ihe fain y was nroused by a balking and cratchlng at Ihe door of Ihu and o enlng lo ascertain Ibo In nulled tho After being caressed allcinpl made lo quiet Iho dog In espalr ot not being umlerslond seized a He Ihcn placed himself before seized her dress ml beaan In ding hertowards tho he lady then became alarmed relalUe whoetiiUavorcd to allay her mt she prevailed upon him IP accompany er at pnco lo her and On arriving nniiil him dangerously III lotsyet Tho distance ItnvcU d by Iho faithful and ho dlflloulliei render Ibis account almost especially as Ihe boats cannot slop I West Point on account of tho Auj ine can enilly sntisf futthcr ciirlusily in re atloh to Ilils reniaikabla ofBiiiinal easoning where HIE iWner of Iho animal Is at HONOR TO THE BRAVE We lay before pnr readers correspondence which haspassed bctweei ho Governor of South Carolina and Gen Tho sword was presented In Ihi clly by R B Eiq inember of Con ross from Sr ilih It Is elegantly mostsuperb au nlprned wilh It is a jewelloi word1 on the head Is a magnificent erne estimated at at the EXCOUTIVB Dear I have the to ransmlt Jhe swrird which my prededesso ivpuhl have put in your poisession Iu Nu vember had nol Iho condition of hi loallh prevcliled him from attending lo hi rublip It was in Obedl inde lo the preamble and esolu ion of Ihe adapted iu Deccin 18471 WHEREAS the gallantry of General Shield In Ihe Mexican which has won fo him Iho admliallon and graliludo pf Ih whole Amctlcnn is doubly appre elated by Ihe Slale of South b reason of his connection with he Palme Raohttl Ihi Ih House Thai the Governor b on behalf of Ihe IP hav and be piesented lo Gen Shield a wilh appropriate emblems and di as a testimony of Its hlch esllmatio of his gallant beaiing In Ihe Mexican wa and ds a tribute pf aralltnde for his al attention lo the Palmetto regiment At their thecp slituted Buthoritlei and a laige number arolinyrtould havo llh all afficllonHoglof wKlchlfhft ealh of the noblo Duller and BlckinsdiPso WWIo Ihtttlrid dwells llh enncblihg emotions on the led H It Vihoj bilcd all the essential attributes of Ihe ao mpllshed soldier and u In expressing my Happiness In menial our late seivloea at Ihe seat I have Ihe honor to your JAMES v j Jlforch Dear Sat 1 have the honor go the recelptof ve been pleased to transmit to In the me of South No language can press the Ihls truly agnlficent It Is a mark of dphslde lon lo which I have notIho slightest but which on Hal Iy Ihe more evincive pf Ihe generosity d magnanimity of our only erlt consists In having hod the good for1 ne lo lead a body of men who wpiild ughl and or foughtand perish under any his devoted conr B Ii clearly attested by lite Llmetlo II al Vera of Ihe finch Ih IheiervlceJ about eveil hundred and It muilered on tWp hilndrcdVfit afterlhe plute of Ihe city of onojen should talher say in one at Iho bailie of It1 lostover ie half and yot llercd or wavered In until Iho as completely At he same time nulled Ihe most genllo humanity wilhlhis untloss vrr failed lo find a generous friend in a cloiloiu 31 has dearly purchased that undying No Carolinian w cpt pvcr tho fall of Ilic Ublo Duller and Dicldnion uitlpmpro arlfell gtief than I did and to can over obtllcrato the proud ll that I was onoo tho companionlrrarnis inch gallant andlhalfhad I shirreilj cir which osl gloilous fale ahol could await I ould havo shared with Iliem In the aftec onale grkf of South sirJperirjUjio to 0 Slate lhal I ale Ihe inestimable value of Iho elegant i wnrd whlcli ypu havo presented lo inelir ich fialleilng I shall treasure It rough hfu as a proof of Ibe generous rei ard of Soulh and a precious me enlo of my connection wilh almcllo i i i I u 1 havei Iho honor to your Ills Exoy B Governor of South forsake a hen enemies gather slckt ess falls on Ihe Ihe world rk and the lolry Iruo 1 ho heart Ihat has been touch wilh true gold will redouble Its hen Ihe friend li sad and in rslly Irlea real They who t rn from Ibe scene of betray Ihelr pocriiy arid prove that Interest only moves1 If you have a friend Who loveBjou who studied pur Interest and sure lo sustain him In Let m feel that his former kindness Is that his love wan not thrown Real fidelity may be but It ex ts In Iho Who has not seenand felt ppwei1 They ptlly dody Its worllrand1 who have never loved a friend or hored to make a friend The good1 nd Iho affectionate and Ihe vlr see and feel the heavenly hey would sacrifice neallhand honor to remote the happiness of and In urn they receive ten aril of Iheir lovo y sympathizing hearts and countlois fa when Ihey have been brought low by iicase or in ROGERS OP TAR nw Bleat rcmedyifor consmnnlidrf of the Miulitsu lute euro of JUrsi Kggtrlj whonovf oh ruly Iho most rcmmuoblfl nail astonishing This lady had Jho consumption Ihe last Ix and latelyi grew worsoanil own and cold night sweats and hectic ftyor very reduced to a mere her cough nost all tier gavo tier up to die wllli lha last alaga ot ow railed tvlio said icrb not Iho loail lioio her recovery or lunga ulcerated uolnInternally and and 10 ulood soltlcil undor her nails sp that they came crfiicnds came In to talto tholrjail At Ihls risis silo commenced using tils ssnm Aogeis Liverwort wlilcli has laslOrpil her IP bolter eallh than sho has entpycif oats of and In thiea inonlUa sha gaioqd Ifty i lounds in tlcsh Thosa who doubt Iho villues of Ihu wonderful modlclne aro to coll and sea Consumplivps should call Ihe Agent see the cnificolo lu of Iho aliovo meullcncd and o a lost number of j i i DccoUo not by neglecting to UlU aluatilo rucillcinQ until U is too as theia are thou ouds of cases which are far to bq veil liy this Groat Be sure and got us Llvonvorl and which has Ids signature on no while steel engraved and sold by Uio l Only Agents 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