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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 13, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                exclaimed boih her hear er 1111 curiosity My 10 3 Mil I liquor My n 03 islsau MyuualiaspcclelTi MytasoalslipartoA My Iff a 4 3 U a part 1 My whole1 fin fatal a penon I pallenl VulTofln one cannol but fba of which it Is an exa fn Aciount ullk Man 411cV mall Satlai D as felknrr Sclcnlldc and Prictlcol Alter a Year of Cax loni pirt Prudliont Contradiction Gcono Green llahdj a ihorl Yarn rlmeei Peler Iho opening of Ihe Stulon nftho British of Ihe merlti of thli work It li uncommon faror with which it is etcry when both In Rilrope and conilitiillng It belt ond 0191 reliable liioprintcd by Scott k Co 70 New YbrU ot Ihe very tow rate ot Three Dollars per less than onMhlnl Iho cost of Ihe orlylnal The February number hai not yet bccii rceclvcdatthliof We hate rcceliedtho April number of Iliat beauti ful and popular Ootteyt tfie rinir and ONLI which has reached us since the commencement of Uie present It id embellished by twelve loma of which are truly tptcu and tha literary matter Is Inlcrcnlljij and attractlt This work la conducted at an oxpcnle of about per lo nrtlitsiand mechanlci of ourown conrosicdly itamti it Iho tea J of Iho American li edited by Sarah Grace unil and published by the lailerVll 113 Phlladelptiioi Tlnie Dolliripcr Subicriberiwho pay also without any additional nirmo for hoi Jul found ill way to our deik Like Ihe prcccdlns this U well mini wllh a good larlclyof conveyRii much valuable information lo 111019 concerned In Ag and the cultivation of tho soil In especially in our section of lie Great Val Thti work Is conducted b Gales Ab bolll and Galei Louhj One Dollar pel Iho Manli number is Ctarii Caatltifti Otlcclai foi the pHMlit rcichedus a few dayi H eonlalnl tho uiuat a mounl of inrorraallon on the lutjict of the Ihe talue of genuine Dank dcscilptiou orcoun Jha wholesale lteri lo mcrchanli and bus anil other mat inen Tnli work Is lasuod monthly by Messrs Fllher h 98 Loulij One Dollar per AVe have received the lint number of a new mnnth ly commenced on the an In the city ot under Iho Illlo or Temperance It li edited by a committee eleitedby the Washington Inillluleof tho preicnti a very neat li well Itllcd with Inlcraitlng and publlihea at Ihe low ralo of Kiffj Cents per The Iburlecnth number of if The Man nnbsltry Ri nude 111 appearance in this place one day last This ii a quarterly conducted by Iho Presbyterian Church In devoted to Ihe cause of Ihe dlliemloallon ot mlsilonaty and other intelli Ihe piocccdingi or the Allon beforeus Is morelhan uiually BIBLE Tho Bible hociely of Allon and organizedon the 7lh of and has now been In existence about fourteen On the Sunday eve Ins of April ll claims and oliiecls ttere presented lo ihe at a union rattling of the religious congregations and Wends generally in Ihe Since thai its operations have been conduct dd by an Executive consisting of seven and selected fiom Ihe several Protestant denominations in the i I A few months previous lo the Institution of Ihls a number of Ihe friends of the In view of Ihe destitution of Ibe sacred supposed lo exist among many of nheifamllles In our met and appointed a Bible as necessary step in Ihe commencement of Ihelr applied lo Ihe Ameilcau Bible Society for and re quested the Hoard lo recognize Hie commit tee as an auxiliary lo the Iarent 8 Ihls fur reatons satisfactory lo Ihe Ihe Board did not deem proper espeotfiilly uig out very respeotfully ing upon them ihe formalion of a Bible Si and lhal there existed among Ihe numerous German populallun oflho a greater waul of the Holy and a desire to Ihem in the German Ian than had been led lo To supply Ihls there bo ng no books of Iho kind in Ihe lot pur chafed of Ihe Agent as before Iho tiecrelary ttas diiected toaddiess Iho Pa rent Society In New aud very respect ully solicit them the donation Ihey had rlndly promised uj and lo icouotl lhal it lemade up of thlrly two dollars worlh of he cheapel English ten dollars of and five dollais woith Teitiruients in Hie Gorman a nountiug In all to lift To this ap ihcatlon Ihe B iard replied by adiNng us hat books of Ihe kind we had lad been freely granted ui lo Iho amount of ilnety one dollars and seventy Fjir his liberal oonsllliillng it does an additional anil unmistakable evidence uf of the Patent Society lo as slslber feeble our committee are happy lu avail themselves of the oppor unity afforded by this report In in filend of Ihe Ihclr sincere Ihanks while at he rame time ue would alTcclionalrly in to ct Ince the Hi of ihls era ll behooteim all lo renew our emir ti n earning ou Ihe noble work of atlngtho Bible among the pooraud dcilitule loriionii felluiv As will bate been Inilruc Ions given our distributor comprehended he entire county as the fpheio of hU Optra ions bul on reaching Ihe low u of Ud MI Ihe prosccn linn ol and meeting some of nlhcers uf Ihe Madlfon county Bible Soclel the had up to lhal a matter of doubt lo was Informed by Ihoie that Ihe county Socle had on hand copies of Ihe and ai tho friends thete recently been a king about the propilely of hating Ihem and every person in Ihe count eithergratu Ur a copy 91 me Word of conduced to our it lorganiiationjand Hi Executivecom iniilee having completed the labors assign eo take great pleasure In being able today before Ihe at jls present An report of Ihelr i dale as practicable after inelr Ihe committee addressed ibo adoption ofsiich measurei HI would sjieedllyaiid ilificiorlly carry out ihedeilgh if Ihe ni a first resolved to pur chase of ihe American ir Hf an invoice Bibles and Testaments then and I his orderf amounting lo WIG mi putthase pf Wplts wllh the mutual uiidertlandlng belween Ihe Aaenl that all proper be an the part of the Sucid Hie means lo And ill of a failure lu do or in case nere sheuld be a greater of books were needed lu supply Ihe county Ihe Agent was to receiveall thai should S of pur Indeblediieis for Ihe mil Ihe oominillce scour I an asinrlmeul of Bibles and Testament to supply each family lii Ihe unable lo readj of l0 In and Slalitird lo Juchisrge elilciciiH and pru e nroptl iiild mci it distributor would leave a few precinclslu be supplied by Ihelr who ttas then a bout piepaihiK lo enter upon the w6ik of Of Ibis proportion our com nitleo ttas Informed by our of iho ounnty Society beipg soon ifler and atlemliri by several mem ters jOf Ihe tie deemed It our In view of the great Impoilance of he work before mid the necessity of yl gnroiK and harmonious action on the part of ils lo solicit the aid and en oper ations of that Suciet In Ibe advancement of our benevolent The county would as sent lo this plan ouly upon condition that Ihe Alton Society ihnuld become spbordlnale and place itself under its To Ibis our committee had no author Ity lo and esteeming it as a meas lite of doubtful no anthoilzed our to set apart for the Agent of Ihe coiihly such a portinn of the lertltory as he had reason lo believe lhal Society would thoroughly explore and sup An arrangement to lhal effect ttas accordingly which left foi Die county Society fuur townships In Ihe south coiner of Ihe Presuming Ihat ome account of Ibe of operations ttould bo Interesting and encouraging lo all engaged in Ihe promotion of the our Secretary requested a brief statement ol Ihe woik done by the county In order if agreeable lo It might be noticed in Ihls No has been Tha enmity of Madison contains abnul twenty Iwo townships all of ex cepllng Ihe four tiboio have been explored and supplied by our dldrjbu Within Ihoe he viijled Ii peisnn comprising Of here w ere 184 fam flies wholly destitute of any pait of the printed Word of God j families who had a copy of the New or a part of a copy of Ihe 410 families n our county were destitute ol an entire copy of he Sacred Scriptures and should the labors of Ihe coutily Society reveal a corresponding slate of things ii their poillon oflbe couiityVn scarcity of Ihe Word of God have been shown to ex far exceeding Ihe idea any nf in may have formed of the extent of the destitu tion around nultthile the Jesuitof this exploration a matter of grief and sur now have ihe gratification ol knowing Ihat lbeie4in with Ihe exccptionof of tthom de clined recfi vlna common bile others preferred tho larger been Riipplied of lures through our instrumentality II much latiifacllon that we are enabled In Inform Ihe that our hlnhly eitlmatlng the ol and wishing louse every suitable means tbadvanre Jtsiuterestsilouk ttupon lu the of lo converse iipnh Die subjrcl urge Ils linporranceupon the allentlon of every Ho aln viilled molt of Ihe schools In hli and had Ihe plraiure to In tri receive they had he was almol He found COS persnns over ten years of agt unable loread of these the greater poilion Increairil Inlercil In Ihe manifesting it heieevef hewetii and a disposition To whole smU booki ilcllveroilour Treasurer and by Mio Agent i To whole amU of collections or bonks sold by and v donalionicollected by SW 85 To donation o Irom Society Dl 70 1 i ai 4B lit omt of caihjialll him by Irca mrcr t Icy 81 SO By aint bnolls returned him 1 contract 438 so By am1 of booki sold and dlilrlbU led by Williams CIO 00 By am 1 oreaili pd on account Ibrservlcesl 14000 L By percent tpge and cxpenio of 26 68 By value of bonki on 0 per 73 90 88 leaving fn our Depository ami Testaments tthile our actual only lue Ihe Parent By adding lib small balance W 86 lo the donation made by ihe Bible Society i98 and ilrdiicllng front this amount Ihe value i of books ou our apparent lebledness on account all other Hems will ho bill In view nf Ihe lhal a good assort neut of Ihe American Bible Societys pub nraffans has been kept In our city for the ast luetvo antl knotting thai rlbutlons have been madoloiour funds With he expeclatlou that a Depository ttouldbe sustained and believing that Sabbath and in want of looks of Ihe would resort to our De lofitorj fur we have deemed II quite lo continue It ond in n complete Ihe we have contracted with that Society fiir o Ihe amount of jnake the indebtedness offthU Society amount lo and place at 111 oommand an assortment of Bibles audTes aments worth Ihe amount of donations collected in tmr Is arid Iho amount collected for books Is C7maklng 1 he value of Bibles and reitarnents given those uho ttere unable lo You committee upon a can lid review of the narrative they havenow ilivrn of Ihe operations of this tlie generous purposes in tthlch Itoilginat the nature aud Importance uf the work it and the amount together tvHIV the facts incidentally elicited of whatever creed or appre ciating of Iho Sacred and desiilng Ihelr panicd with nole or ariongst his beotherwise than pleased encouraged by i tho result bf our But in our report lo a wecongratulate the Society iipptithe able condition of Its we are free o cnnfei lhal we do nol feel lhal our labors in Ihe Bible cauie havo likewise mong the philanthropic enterprises of Ihe that and1 alms to place Iho Bible in the hands nf Is preeminently wrrlhy of the patronage ol eteiy friend of his race and in Ihe rapks of Us luepmtert It will ever be our mlde and pleatDie to bo Reipectfully TO A FhlEND ON HIS DEPAIlTUnf FOU nlcmlt ah wo inuit we mull part the visions wo formed how quickly theyve flown will a sfghor regret eer atcol froin our Wheni ou ipeik the when Im aloner Oh ontt aril arid onwardyou sire Oer the western to the mighty Where tho mnurntVil t olce of the fetlerleu wind to mouin for the frienils youve ted bcbliil o then will ynur hearts warmest feelings etr roan ocean of flblVcrs lo Its bwliswest home Or iclum on Iho night winils To gladden tho n lends you have bid Good Bye Miy fate Ihcd around ou III smiles tnd III llovyrs And hope turn In pleasure Iho lolls of the hmirs May friendships bleulng bo lavliheil on then While on the vast or the dark boiomd seal A Ladleil behold I bring to suhjert dresci To the preient ye sons of haughty ye base ipawn ofold And let me have lair though you trace from from Noahs pOrtrayil on parchment Im older still without 1 didappear Tor I was And I waiKvejaDdBvewas I x from k am LlitlOU of KlIMB Dntmukme Adam w Neither was Adam lliilesi Ihey were BMniioiethcn Ailam and Eve With sll my heiru but If theyre walking There mill all similar For Iho Ive snd often talk legi Ivo but when 1 i That puts an end tg Not such an end bul that Ive bieafli TheitfonMasucfiaktndordeath make but small oljocMom For soon I itims sgaln to And tho1 a title i I dare say youll see ber In for she often slealsioul ben when Iho I Is In 1 But w bat could havo Induced a girl to He lo such a man I dont know Ihe old appearanoesr no girl In her could have married a man ttlih if she had known of them before There is a kind of infat uation about I which seems 0 blind Ihem lo lie Veal character of Ihe man they are In love trithubut In Ihls case 1 donl think she could have known how he or she certainly would lave paused In Ihe U retch I lave nopatlencettith him tt u This lillle dialogue look place in onetof hose clean gauze curtained which form so many pret yllNtiiols w Ithin a walking distance of Die nlghly heatloflhe great melropollifand belween Ino the one tho mistress of he said nloo looking collage and Ihe oilier her a country matron ttho had arrived on a vlsll her town and Ihe object of Ihe commiseration of both vn iho occupant of a larger and handsomer villaexactly but apparently Ihe a lode ofgreat wretchednesV The Mrs Brajbrooke and her were at the window of Ihe which commanded a nil view of Iho dwelling of Iho niihapp when Ihe doorijuietlyopen ed and ttas as qulelly coicd again by the ady Ihero Bray only look how carefully and nolie ealy she draws he gale afler She ccms always afraid Ihat Ihe slightest noise he may make oven In ihe sired may wake he who Is I dare sleep ng CIT Iho ciTrcIs of last nlghis diisilia Ion f Cltj wllh all thegenial warmth if a truly looked ond olloyypil wlili liircyes an fat ns the streets allowcJ tills broken spirited Investigating the whole from ho neatly trimmed slraw bonnet lo Iho lips of Ihe bright n most In and mysterious then fix 112 her interested gaze on the op she And bow do they Ive How do people under such circum pass ii n thing I cannot comprehend for were Clayton to act in such a 1 am mil e I couldnt endure it a ticek It does seemscarcely nn swered Ill tell you low they appear lo Sho eels up and lasher breakfast by without any wish to see straight through ierhnue from front Jo About this line she often I to pay t visit or two In the or per haps lo call on her trades people and you will ace her by and by looking as she lo Ihe bed nlid If Hie blind bo drattn she rushes think rdare lo hotv angry he will be If he comes down and ftmU that I am not there lo glvolllm hl Sometimes lie has breakfast at twelve and I have seen him ill ling down to It tho was hai Ing her And when does ho have hit dinner hit dlnnei I dare say Ihat Is a fereiil sort oflhingfrom He a or with his boon or any in but at And whendoes he come home aen At all We beav him open the lit Do gale with his key at and live In the ludeedonr milkman lold SUIBII that seen him sneaking with hU hor rid at the hour dcceiil people are sea led al break V I wonder if she waifs up fur him Oh no for it o see tho Kghfs of her solita ry candle in her room ftlwaysaswe are go lug to bed and bosuremylieari bleeds for solitary I doni that I ever was so Interested about any stranger as am about Ihii oung deail It Is terrible1 sighed Ihe sympathizing Clayton Dili does any one vlsll them Have they think I dont think ho can have many felloft but a many people people carilases and there js the of ten will halfslept and handing Hie ladles as If ho were the most exemplary husband in Ihe Has she children I hope she as they would console her in his long even Dial comfort hdeilied her she tooheerhor her own thoughts must bo her companions al such perhaps It js a blesslngi for what kind ol father could such a mall Olil I should life lo know her and yet I drear any acuUninlaiice wilh her husband you wouldnt know such a My dear you made me quite melancholy let us go You knowr have much and many people upuni and here we are losing Ihe best pan of Die day Inioinellilog notmuch removei from The of saw allDie Moves of bunnets In all the moiificei lhal were being voluntarily of fered up in Oxford ilreel bought a great many things for less than half Iho original cost j made and chatted a way a exolilng for the coun liy happily for forgot In Die buille Ihe cresl tthu was frelllni iUelf anay lu prrll cige Wllljamsr how very alngnlar shoiild know poor miserable cieaiure Oh do lei I What can yoli mean You mistake Williams Is Hie hap Pejt lilllo London j It cannol bo the said Oi r opposite neigh1 bor InHaVtlhorhVllla 1 thoughl ll oouU nol t i ii Jl fa fellmi n Bra brooHei wouldnl know such a V turn Inlorrunled her He a gambler He Is bej most exemplary young man In London pallern of every dontesllo vlrlue aud passionately fond of ils young I My dear liow can you all Ihls nf a man whose conduct Isthe lommon talk of Ibe nelgbboihood a man ost lo every scnto of I should lose who comes home to his wife at all hours whose only ostensible means of living Is something equallv ji Youbavo grjevomly again Inlerposeil Who can havo so grouty slandered my excellent rlend Williams i He cannol help liii late poor That safely be called his bul nol Ills and he good lady warmed as she iill she lad to untie her bonnet and fan her glow ng cheek tilth her Ills misfortune murmured Bray How can that be called a tine which a man can help etcit day lie pleaier he cannot help ponr soul He vould be loo happy lo spend his evenings il home wllh his dear lillle but ou know bit binliicis bcglnj when other peo des Is Then in heavens fi his bu lncs 1W donl you know Hes the Eiftlar fa morning Etl nbvrtfi jpr dazzled b a more lumlnoifs Ohfdnl pair of golden catch ers ou ihe shoulders ofa beaiillfully padded Her laste for beauly is a lilllo refl A pair of mustaches do nol Instantly themselves r6undTher en IUMIIU nrr iiviisuive llPuil a Hghl Jltlliiq coatlmmcdialely bmbra Md as ai nppoitulilly Idiigood lo losln She Ihat fashionable idle made up nd highly French pass off fora ipeilor not pity thoje lionr creatuies tt ho cannotjjoait of a grand nor measure her behavior tu persons by Ihclr standing In A docsnol horrify hor does she think It a degradation lo reliirn Ihe kind Inquiries it aujnfeiior tilth hanks or some show of if t 11 1 work Ihe make herielf uicful as tfell or does not lleort Ihesnfa all layj Imagine heroine of pr Inns lo bo So pajnrs a Kreilen only In Ils read poetry o bul does ml go M for Her aoi cnmpllshmcnls are as numerous as Her ad he hai a olft of ei cry Ihlna arid men at sight but only upon the fonr She goes In Iho pi ano al when aiktd to obllne Ihe hnvhiga dreadful u any thing bul and ticver akes a lillle of herself by wish ng lo die of v Her knowledge of Ihe worldi ll must be is very She believes reely what when ti Is not rela ng lo ond has no Idea of Imposl or or or She imagines she could gel her ing an day and lhal foi tunes are made y easily as pics and Sho nol sllghlbsl ncllon tint money or marriage aud lives in a happyibllssful gnoranco of how butchers and milliners Jills are paid Ihls acquired In the sclinol nol Ihe THE MODEL YOUNQ Sweet as May ai a IliuiJ i love Ipure as morning las fair maidenhood for ages been described Our Model Young Lady is all and rotjc1 She bounds into the arena of society full of conquests and School l rapidly the awful inistreis as soon her alTeclion for sweelics and goodlesralmol and her Instlncl Tor creams and Icea so fariubdued that she can pfifls or ri c ollecling that she ttanls Sho is vary bulnot too conscious of leauty nor in of and riowcraof lor let herself oul as a genteel shop woman o Charilablo She is not a fool and dues nol consider Ihe pollleners Ihe preface to a nor deled an attachment rbr life In Ihe ollVr of in Her compulation of age in strange She does not think all beneath lev ellleen nor does lio consider all n bovo twentylive dreadfully She lot asupreme contemptfor or refuse o speak to a yoiingman has no w Her foudness for dolls Is nol ransferredto life kicking and she la not continually begging Ihe nurse to let her hold Ihodear lilllo She 10 album dedicated lo her nor does she roll out rhymes full of the agonizing by borrowing the end ing words of Byrons verses Sho Is not al ways though It Is rumored she keeps a and regularly inserts Ihe lays ovenls befuio curl She ii a merciful and her letters are not crosed and barred liki so much rotchet Jhere is no mjslciy about her nu thrusting them into her pock and rushing up Into her bed room that female sancluarj lo ft is libellous to him that she rebearics the brides part of the martlage and It Is equally ill nalured to report that she spends hoiirs before a looking and curling herlialr In order to find out Ihe molt becoming style of hair Nu one elie but the very oldest old maid would think of Iiiilnuallng thai cream lorvmove flnnbiirnor ever calls n the aid of butlor milk to disperse of fieckles or Im biboi trcnclo and bilmilone to get ft com plexlon of siren berries and or sleep in moist gloves In pick up while hands or has a breathless ambliionlo procure n goad absurdly thinking that saving clause of every young lady Is a small st as If the crest atchltect pf woman had en Neither doea she lake wlno just as been glasses of vinegar In her Byronlo fear of gelling lor horror of ago is very mild li not always wondetlng What the snati oo like or Migw iolks can crawl on are nol back filly limes altered nnr ii her milliner scolded for not making her fig urc look like the French The servants love and Mod el Young fur the natural reason lhal kind and to She never keeps her maid up all and then wonder the next day What can make her so sleepy and stupid She docs uol under stand the language of or make a practice of away her bouqiiets at She never excepting al a She ha exc self lilll le last e for flallvry as champagne cr Geiman wallzlngj ilmaks her She would rather not polka wllh a fail young gentleman after She never makes Innuendo ap pointment by asking If you shall be al Ihe Caledonian ball or by expatiating on the enjoyment uf her walk every My at twelve oclock fn theRegenta She can all outa tragedy without and listen lo Jenny Lint without lalkihg cesjantly through every She Is not al ways and Is as qulok as a ballet heroine at her She receives parent al advloo with Ihe sweetest and be reproved Withoutbursting into a passionate flood of A serious con versatlnn does notfboid her nor does the shoot down common sense by that tremendous cannon of female bilbeil1 Sle it not bliifded ttiih a itairy just as the and she Nick blmielf was after Poor Nick Morganl his cool ail cTmcfoul by Iho nmitllie and hauled forty rods dottq Ihe Of I milled Inlo Iho housei cut up auch ilytife aifdfiiendsj bejievcdbeMr itailt a r j lo turning his head J er l N u urnng s ea ooldngat his wife and jfriends with all endeiners of a dying eahVUu old felluw nVrcd up a heavy ell mi v me igcnnni nol me drawing rooms iff so ll must not bo wondered If the MmleliYoung 10 scholar In those hard lessom of expert once If are not toon for Sho Is as happy at Iho the nlghtlt She Is tcr tor afffclli and ier much ijd by eiery oven by her own she if generous to them and cut Inns of she never or Is lo tthacyer the me n can sec In Ihat ilpid Mlis Mainm v quote as a lalletn to still In their teem bro tilers cite her Irresistible and sitters jit e Ihe flnUhlng touch lo her repulalion by be detracting ptalio of cm Ions She Is a farorllo overy body and If would only send her naino and address o the b llor of paper am allow him to esent them ns n free gift to every oung nan who a copy of bis foiluno madil What would tthen was buying a trifle fiom fnretatlo of venthm Swirl sj Natures great a Modi Young From the Yankee THE THE DV A great many curious and facetlnuslhlngs hat e been to d uf and their mil al A ballonn making K descent on or near people it ho hai e never seen such a flying un questionably looks a leitle supeninlural and nndoubljmakes their halrriea liotil as sudden as do som oo i The Punniylt anlans are eat on balloon ing hat Slate baring produced about a ba kertdozen ofrerlal w hose have bcenatlemlod by nodls some pecuniary Ibe conilderablo addition general slock of uicful Some yeas a named made several voyages 16 the upper rcglont from Iho town of About lite farmer from Iliolule rlor of New Yuik Dutch as sour look II Into bis head lo pay a vltit lo some of his equally Dutch In the afurciald Lancaster Nlck Morgan was Ihe old fanners and cit was ho as the day li not ten the regular Hue A Hulliond and a locomo HVe he bfld neVer and as lo Iho mat ter Ihey contilvances as lie had never dreamed heard Mounted upon his old sorrel with a few and n clean shlll or Ino in hN saddle old Nick MarKi on his lour to Pcnns It The tirou had preceded old Nick some few days in his and ho bustled along t Jogging along quietly and unsuspecting not far from his J mrneys Iho old far mcrand the old mare crawling up the slope of a lillle aiolcs battled Hurt old mat I want to pllib my grapnel into thai hill Tlie old soirul pilcked up her am1 old Nicks ojn pouched outconilderably and ho iciettcd and Ittlited them behlni and and down ye nothing he see whcnsllll louder ami cimo Hie same awful old hang yoiij rit rldo I or Pll square on I you The old man tvai alarmo horrified Ho reined up the a flu irmvii u BUI the pnor lerrinvd as hennas trembling llko a loaf Old Nicks eye faiiiy hung out in but up not tho first gboit of a Ihing could he avo the hlM on which ho sloo and a old cliiiro To ibefo old the tvaf tfopVe hundred of feet in Iho alri Jrifct over lite to Ills grapljng iron and top his balloon night wai and no better could bo easily fnttiul there and then was exlreinely annioiM to But Ihe old fellow and hl horse materially Ihleifer ed his Time was ev ery thing then the rcreopiit did not wish lo hookuplhiltravelerjnor loiiehlsballooii nolllm vexed at Ihe down throws his grapnel allaohed to many fathomi of strong cord but whieh proving a mile loo jiil lit upon llic hlndqiiarler of Ihe old hooked the Dnlchmanii emit andelamped he back Ihl n VHNt Mrlll pailof the saddle light as wax At tnut crllical a n bouiiced the balloon llfled olear and clean off her and bu for the girth the pqnr quadruped Dutcuoian and mlebthave befiicariiei old inaro turned re wllii all knockodoul of un cnsa I knew III Old Nick revived In lime to hcarfhl edlcllftn and gel one of IheJ Up ils iparu he ttenl aiihoml on ho not twoiduncec tfltAl UN no not iwoiduncefp Ills brealhlrtg fences ofblsrolailfesfgriSndY k up Iho tied Into Iho liousej anrti nKedown afTdfiWli effoHs of his p unravel the refined W operate Al W s vat Ulrie malten mlhyou tiildermaiJ ae lei your vile t r umphV No telbut tin mEui IUNU 01 nistillorarmtosallsly elf was den In a voice low anil strbngrbelokenlnit ho deep solemnity of Ills berpake seen rtD 1 he friends all huddled arotindVIhe vrom tailed over Ihe with avolceot xlreme anxiety Seen him wlio vos llvotyou llve seen himl u Whocried all the v Dcrdi vllP i Derdl II echo Iho n hole r and hu1 mine vat a lining he inlet on hliWioulder From Uie New loik We with theiepoil rnrri that immediate Inslruc oils aro to bo forwarded to u directing him to unsay s reported lo havo said lo the Billlsji of the dlipoilllon of this country o repeal modify Its ipn Liu step by step wllh Oreal 1 his li Die course of good and although Its rosult may nlntsomo calculations in Hei of such a dliclalmer cannol but rerom1 lend Ihemielvos lo tho respect ih Ministers and Our onu itlllsee Intl empnl Uie carrying tint of U imlloii of of icfore the cant he would leato to Congress all Iho subject mcatures pro perly within Ihelr Sucliiin qricsljonably is the of ineosuro n It has been Ihe ale and 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