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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 20, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                I H rUUUSitt t KVEItY BY i1 1 1 j eo For one square ofunder oo mihe entitle you An wpfiibn 18I9wrltlen on Hie wo lake A AgenlipmanorNotyj Were we to accede to ho be giving ten Dollars for hhlcli would bo ralherV P0 We can on no If t Agenllcman pfNoiy Englandjwhii has IP0 We can advortlioon no tuVAlUm Tcjegraph fora number Mil jeart having loundill rcfusedlo givelnollcei of lie above reasons need not bo1 lo deicriptlon a place In dnr radioed by know he li a lose observeof iho phenomena of disease I qiloto from a letter Which I rV elved dated March Is no doubt a dlseate ofi Ihe 1 I bey evldeniljform Ilieiropin the I ml then conjecture I0rlhe part primarily i i Jlorner ihtnki It It Inflammation of he mucniu coat of the Intestinal and 10 satisfies this fact by Ihe ap iearancohof the tnucous coat of that seen In poll mortem examinations but and every other ho famijiar with post tnorletfi mini know lhat an Irritation kept up for a englh of lime on the or any Jlhcr will Inflammation herefore the appearance of thbie which Indicate Inflammallun In posiraortem no evidence reasons vihloh need bo1 lo rrvdisconlliiite Ins nal the following Wo give It o place in our not because we are vain enough to Imagine lhat it l fill ly but In Ihojinpe that il vnllonmay encourage Hie dis charge of our ami prompt us louse ourtery best endeavors lo meilt a portinn of the comnicndalion so profusely beslowed by Ibe pallia hand of friendship It hall at least br our lo lo lino far as Ihe of a very fallible nature wilt permit illow uij dear in taking leate of jou and jour lo thai I deem myeir fortunate In formed an ao qnalnlaiica wilh at all limes so agree able tri and that I know of no eilhcrat Ihe East or in iho in cilj thai has been conducted with moreuniform and n than Iho If jou meet with no other I trust on do cannot but have the cnnning reflec tion to comfort wielding you do the rnol powoiful of jou have alwajs o directed It as to uphold nnncrolh cr than jowf good and sound And though the VVest rnaj not vn hie as Hlcy Iheso labors and Iheso hey aro nevertheless no leu Hie good effect of which will be I doubf when jou ate gone English papers notice a report that PrinceLouis Napoleon Bonaparte ii abonl tomarrj tho rich Ange lina BunVett slij ap proaching union wilh the Duke of Welling ton made some noise about a twelve month ladys annual Income Is tard lo amount lo about tuo millions df and would doubtless bo qufte acceptable to 1 the Wesldcnl lire fortune li coinparallvelj small and who U compelled by Ins office lo support a splendid I i willing to We u III In Prospectus of any reputable pub Ihe publisher pay ihe difference be Iwcenlhe cost of to be charged and the price of Iho an nould place bolh par and therefore suggest It to he consideration of all Ilioie who may atall themselves of our paper as a medium of communication with I Such has been suggested lhat the print en of nowipapoSi id Ihe Western cause to ha published a Hot of such of Iheir subscribers off to leaving Ihoir bills and send the fame tn the piniripal hotels at San The idra is not a bad Every jnuinal in Illinois conlil probably aid lo swell Ihe llslfand we think ue ivithont much add one or names lo although nulcli the number of cilventiirers a cainst whom we had claims honorably net tled Iheir respective bills before their depar tiire from the THE TUB 1ho Goshen Democrat makes Ihe following at Xoble Februaiy Uev Mr to Miss Edith iointf lhi looks very much like a literal fulfill mcnt of a well knouu iTJA nf Upper hai recovered damages against a Stage company In that for iujli ries sustained in of Iho Intox Icalinn of a and nhioh resulted in Ibe loss of his hands and is said lhat Ihe Mormons have mad a permanent settlement near Ihe Great Sal Lake Ing already laid out a tract of land 17 miles long by li miles lo be inclimcil by a mud wall I feel in and to contain f mr They contemplate lo orecla of a resembling cornelian which Is foun In abiimlarice In iti nameil I In have dlsehveretl aneilluUiiVway o a dis carbonic to few days since with nearly fiv hundred German and 1 people have here jt t treat iiumberssiiiop Hie nponiiig of navlja tho tide of foreign emigration i lolhe with morelhan prdliia tho ccjiriers soi thji SlatBjolhers 23 The Ediiqr of scurrilous paper call publinheiHn the cily o has been convicted of au fined and Its farther order bytbe Couit to be Pierce reqdiugV roui Shjkspcare in the cily o Yoik on theSll and was about I peat Ihein in II It rlhat she hai already realized b M of her Id lo boen oarrleil ovpr tho Mania Ilillrpads nilhiulhe last Hire auditor to the d In our Us and of Iho Aermllnl Iho solution Cal forma Feuer r t Wo favored with the twentieth uinbu of The North British bis is an American re prlnl of a popular work of Iho Minn name published in Iho Hy of f Us litertry is umlerMood to be ic organ of the groat Eoangdunl parlym Great The number before us eon aim Ihe usual variety of and iteresling entitled followfi iio Socialist Parly In Jiebuhrn Leciures on the History of Rome pn Union of Church and ejfa History of of Ar yll on tho Ecclesiastical HUlpry of Sept and Letters of Camp of Iho Session nf Ihe Dril ih Parliament Tho North British Re lew Is rmmcdlately after Us rrlvaUn Ibis arc the Lon and Westminster Quarter y Ret and BlackwoodsEdinburgh n stjle fully equal lo the bj Messrs LeonaidScoll Co 9 New York Cllyj al the very ow rale of Ihreo Dollars per annum for uy one of Iho abovo works lor for anj two Five for any Sev n for the whole Elahl Dol for Blackwdbd arid the1 four Re Ten The NorthWestern Journal of llamaso alhla for Ibe present reached us few days Its contentsare entitled as No EKBJ O M ScottA iy Gerald D by Chronic object of which Is clearlj indi aled by Its hTconducled by E and published by Davis 1S3 Cbltfa Dollar per Two numbers of ttorni liailroail Ga havo lately made their appearance in our table This it a new In ended ai a guide lo Tourists and and designed lo bb Iho organ of Ihe Hail load interests of Ihe United II con lalns neat diagrams nfthe variousRailrbadi already ootnplefed or projected In every part of the Union and Is Issued In the city of New by S Editor and Two DMlars peran slhal Cholera li not Ncliherflhe symptoms during ihe ippearance offer justify tlleconclu Ion hai II Is a mere phlogoils Inllamma ion Having thus com mted tho notes ofa variety ol on he part primarily without being ble decide which li we shall pass n as It shows and lo he treatment of It in Us various Hero you will find that Ihe phj sicinus are governed in a great measure by Ihoir Ideas if the diseaio In Hi Inception hence we IBVO the hot the cold and evcrj lo suit Ihe notion of Ihe Indl vidtml wilhoul any regard to he 1 behove that durhig tho prevalence of this we aro all pro or have Ihe polion in ai much o as wo are lo whilst living In a But he development of Hie depends on he state of iho and on exciting I w otild say to during iho pro alence of and II would not be wl advice at any follow those direc ions so frequently givin jou by the physi ians They do do not disagree on this mint Aioid Impurities of all clean should bo at ended Avoid damp or Iccpinplu crowded Ihe tern lerate should not change Iheir mode of hv ug Let the intemperate hew aro f for fruits Is avoid load ng your stomach with and green are not II proper lo keep up Ihe aclion of the f you find lhat notwithstanding frequent lathing and your skin appears dry For tho Telegraph TffTiid EmToii Asthls dreaded disease has made ila appearance around our borders and we havo just1 reason to Tear itwil alio pity in a II is proper and right Ilia men should be laid before Iho publicthat they maybe tho belief prepared defeml Ihdimelvei agains or lo manage itwhcn It makoi AS inuch lias boon and writton d opposite1 cha it would be well lo compare bringing soiiio of Jhoso oplniiui before and trying them by thei I had sumo dia ease in Hie city of Ualtiinore in the epldom ipuf 183333 and although Iheio remark are principally jtilended to revlety Ihe dif fereht bpliilnus medlca yel I shall gse my to Kelher with such other lights as I a show what I think the most reaion able course to in thotrralment nf h As there appearsjb be no difference In re lo Its I pass that As to the or wo afp lhat ha this Is onl hypothelical and In proof of I will of ler a opinions as given by men of ex Eberle In very probable Ihe cause of Ih may its primarily nerves Hip mucous mem praupof Ibe ulimonlary or Ailillo Cholera a pf hev ganglionl syslein We mujt re IP the more and quit udequajp found allcralion of ihe circulating by ihe expesiiveevacuallnns frpni the and who at llm headpf the Faculty of he tVnililnijIoii Uiiiverilly of and i Professor tf tin Theory and Pracllco of prescriptlonjof the Docloh above n 01 me uociori above named inhere is much of Ihe and not muih oellorrof the then you rally nsesihe prescrlpllon of Harrison fts tflven attvej inhere Is and is rnojjry the calf a great dency to dlarrlicaTihen adoiithe presorlnJ of Mtfjiayjioilteiillon lo nos of Ihe most is In favor of calomel and the testimony many others could be brought Even In o more advanced recommends colo mel and combined with sugar of cayenne and In deed you will icarcoly find a phjticlan of any who Is nol in favor of calo mel and but Ihey differ as lo Ibe quantity and Ihe lime it is lo be Eberle have it from unquestionable that in not a few instances one pound and a half Rt leant of has been given lo the In Iho course of forly eight I prefer Ihe plan of trealmenl adopted by orrtfas I have seen succesn In his as well having fried II tho most sa tlsfaclorj I will here give you an from his lo of March 9 After saying thai ho Cholera to to the recuperative power makes lo relievo It self of the general and organic produced by Iho aotlon of Ihe I do nol think there is any local In more thin and this may be and as lo ai most immediately extinguish V here the application of Iho poison is nol so intense tbe functional derangement Is less seriously and the and In Individual may take on In Humiliation In Us and if In destroy by local or Ihe disease pais on lo a stage of or oxclle and givo a peculiar perhaps depending on Inflammation of Hi be a disease of the he goes on t Iho pathological changes aro su nco occasioned the different view o rivers ofiilonsure noonlUe of glory f f 11 i 1 li aWii Ahil the smile Of Iho lard ftasl r Iho SOUP Ttiit millet IMiit II i f The notes of harptrs ring sweot en MR unfolJing Ihoie norlils or koM I i anvn overy Bfieen or twenty or at Ion sor according lolhe urgency of the III generallj correct a mild But If IhUlihot to bed get hot brlcln or oilier dry heal applied round your cover Mp and lake lenortwelvo grains of with from alba f lo dhegrain of oplhlri notwlth lhehivse xiU slomach and uiei to the surface tt you can possibly give a vapor bath Ido I hevaflor bath may be temporarily prepared as follows bend over Iho bedstead several so as to elevate Iho bed clnlhos above Ihe the bedi clothes being laid over Iho and well to prevent IhD Escape of thb va Enter under Ihe at the fool of Ihe Iho small end of a Irumpelsbap od Ihe mnulh resting on ihe or on placed at tho fool of Ihe bed for that Ilhen In a small cup put a bout a gill of spirits of set fire lo Iho and place itundeY Iho month of jour thus directing the under the bod In Ihli way the patient not fa tigued and the vapor Is appli ed This balh should be repeal ed fiom lime lo Whilst keeping up this external attend lo your Internal treatment For Ihls purpoio give ono half of a grain of every live With alllllo white sugar laid on the and wathed down w llh a tea rpoou ful of or Iced and after each vomlllng or give fiio drops of lau bul petlenccd io to HI oRoivn He tl6od leaning upon a broken gate in ront of his miserable tailor ed hot In his ami ihe cool breeze ifted Ihe malted locks which covered bloated and akcn of the pathological character of tho I behevo all agree in checking il nits forrr Ing hut even here npponle emedles nro Dri Monitor and essays upon IhU aro full of many of them are discordant in their and woujd ap icar in many lo Hits But I have no doubt lhat many of them aro Eberlo palienl complains of Irre gular a sense of or uncomfortable feeling in Ihe stomach unusual leal in commotion n the bow or a peculiar feeling if diarrhea would on Iho slightest efforl come Ihe Indications of cure Here he Doctor recommends nrdiel which I pre sume will not bo objected wheat and soda liouii barley or oat meal chicken or nulton beef black or weak coffee with cream and for common oast barley or rice or weak chaiiiomile To Ihese mighl flax seed slippery elm and gurriarablc Some of these should be used when he palienl wants driitk but t think the of any kind of drink they take during the Unco of the Besides Ihe above dietetic llio Doctor gives Icn or twelve grains of wilhonegrain of and alter according lo Iho uigoiicy of the one four grains f tfarnphorj and one utirth grain of every irfnur lie further orders Ihal Ihe ialieiil should not walk about or cveii sil should be put to HnnUon re commends In this the following mix lure sulphalo two ihurio half an ounce spirits one and a half lo be taken in lea spoonful mixed with a glass of three limes n Monkur ho found ten grains of wilh one of to lubservohis purpose in arrest ing somellmoi admlnli era powdered and sulphate of mor pliia in moderate daseslfnllowed by castot oil If necessaryandn blhef tlroeVhe pro1 scribes the acelalo of cnlome abd The choice and udaptatioi he require judg meiit as to of con The Doctor when It ii confines tho patleqt lo Iho bed heHllh officer al Slalen New rienj IJravo npiy attdadhere to froin Its decided agency in controlling flu symntoms and inducing early Is fin exhibition of moderate doses of wilh a qtiailer of a grain o at short This U hii ex porience In Iho present epidemic on Slalci You tvllt thus perceive that the prescrip lions pf Dnclnri and Wbl arp aiufare goodal their pro per lime and I think Ihe prescription ol Harrison in Us place but as bin prescription Ii very dUTureiitrroni ihp it evidently doei not suit in the place of the I wille for Ihe uninitiated I shall begin earlier with the symptoms thai Indicated by Iho above If you attend to as recommend ed will probably escape f and or should reaction the pallentmosl If not al Under these I found mj Ircalment ipon Ihe immediate restoration of disorder ed Ihe and nntriiow derangement by purging andlho tools become the liver having as ociated in the with that of the tomach and Ihe skin now evl lonoea Us soon followed by re vorso sympathy to the nxcilo motor if and cramps with the nol and if not met by appropriate and prompt treatment You w III here per elvo thai Monkur treali this disease as Dr Harrison sajruChoIera Is not can we Ireal Cholera wo treat fever the therapeutic applloa ion and operation of medicine are and Ihe employed In f and aro w tdely Now ivilh all this appears Id me ralh er to contradict his own Ihe Doctor recommends bleeding if plethora a edundanoy of blood 1 his Is recom ncuded In Afcain he hot if Ihe troubled wilh uudlcosf ed and has dhlress about his tlve him an and npplj a laroo ard platter over Ihe stomach and bow this seema to mo In be good Ihera ieiillc in And If Iho patient oun lubes to hen me Internal yand externallyi would be good realment in Yel Ihe Doctor Ihe remedies employed in andCho ore I fear bore Is ton great a dlipoiitlon lo make our practice bond to some faiorlle you have any of those syniptonis quoted a hove fnitu U will be well IP at tend lo If you have an Irregular ap correct If regulating your dlei and avoiding undlgetlible will not an your If you have an unoonifurtabiefeellnp about llievlomach applied fre rmenlly be uncomfortable feeling h with at Irritable1 stale of the o and a dexlto to This inn bo frequently settled with a liule mint Ira in thai popular I have what a solution of camphor it r pra Monkur When I look ppn Cholera as n the blood as the organ piinclpally Influenced by Iho poi I have no difficulty Io understanding Us wifh the coniciquolit geneial functional the course ol Ihe treatment to be the universal presents the triost effectual lu combatlino this dis In coniequenoe a great majority of caci of the irritability of theadimhistraUon of small doses ofshorl iecuteilhe reccpllcu of a ly inlllolatiflonclle Ihoileepcoiiijnjlpd or gans to throw oil their and resume their wanted And again he naysIn the commencement of thedlieae lie symptoms depend upon disordered lion of tho aljineiilary ai displayed it secretion be reouperaliye effuit of Ihe nyntem In relieve ilielf of Us offending As il advancestthe functions of Ihe ritomach and tibwels deeply This U relliicled to llio liver and and other organs and as thei power of secretion become also impended we have Hie noi inflammatory But after recovery from the second tinge oflhe a dee reaction followlpgihenln con sequence of Iho previous state of Irrltalloi and congestion of Ihe mucous the disorganizing process of Inflammation com pleles Ihe and whmi treated as cases of gaitroetilerltls inllaminatiou of Ihe Ktomaohtiud we mael with Ihe sapie as wo should in Ihe treatment oflhe idlopathio adiiouse which does notdepem on any other only that we are lo be guarded In Iho abilraciloi so not to repress vital ener Rlii beyond Ihe power of accomplishing a frail restoration of the oraaiiio functions lo their healthful The Dactnrsayi In regard tu Ihe above them as my neueral upon a dincaio formerly so liille nmlar will cio long become maiiaserililo an any nlher fever we are dally In Iho liabl of You uill please excuse these extract think them advice wnlch yourslomaeh and tho sigh nf turel If II i i an irritable slafo ow ng to the food yun havo take an e may appear lo be small Irealmrnlj tt when you lhat mostoflhoex inced physicians recommend from five in grains of every and then that tho half of a gralu every five ml nules is six grains an you And that il Is Ihe quantity and It has the advantago from tin smajlncis of Iho bulk not to Irritate Iho and lncbnso quenco Isretained and a more constant al terative action hate administered rom one hunured loone hundred and fortj trains of calome In Iho course of tho twen y four never had occasion to re This is now rny mode of ipd of all the courses of treatment this wa lecldedly Iho most successful In my handi And havo tho notes of se ven oases of froafod By me In he epidemic in In and of his number tho greater proportion of cases were treated as detailed wilh tbo halfgraln resulting In Ihe cure of seventy ca ses and a number of the cases were not seen until slago of deep and alarming The larger part of Iho oases en ling fatally roalcd by calomel In large combined w llh one grain of opium al ntervals of from ono to four hours If Iho course jou have pursued falls lo orrosl the then Iry For Ihls pur loio you may mo cay enno very good tllmulatipg nixture is recommended By Dr Harrison It is as sulphuric ono ounce spirits two spiiits ammo half an brandy olaht ake a table with an equal y of cold every If a favorable change lakes place Ihen you must watch the If il Interne you must check he momentum but ii lugglh Ihen qul line should bo From five to ten grains may bo at intervals to meet he urgency of Iho case Here is another Iherapeutlc agent In fever I have thus attempted lo bring before you a of compare them by andendeavored to point out tho etrors of and tho advantage of will conclude by snyingvas you must have noticed the complications In Ihls I would earnestly recommend all to tiifle wilh no attention lo anj when you on have your ihydcfanibutlf you cannot get then el reason havo and select from among those things that havo been only such ai xrom lo be indicated by the stage lobe ladileis and hetvas Us onlng In Ihe irrelahcholy voice1 of his pa lent tsifo as she soothed Ihd dokbabe on lor or perchance he was gazing on ho sweet face of his eldest al he open window she piled her needlo lo aln for her mother and Ihe poor children a i Poor Marjl for htrstlf ihe cared not young she her iplrll w crushed by unklndnesa and no As Ihe Inebriate thus his eyes wan lered over tho irilserablo habitation before llm1 ho windows were and Ihe loors hingelesi scarce a vcsllgo ofjCom brt remained yet memory bore him back olhe days of when II was ihe ibode of peace and In infaney 10 saw again Ihe old arm chair where fal his father with Die bible upon his and eetned lo hear again the iw eel lomB of bis mnlhcr Hf she laid her hand Upon Ihe head of her darling amfprajed that God would bless preiorvo him from Long years bad passed jol cats came Into the eyes of the he recollection pf his mothers That excellent oiuilly Sttlurday gives Iho Allowing as Iho of llio p lo jii obrlilijoa In Prayer Wo were Informed by a icyoral yean ngojlfiat ilrfos composed by a clergyman of ho Krtlicopal Church ler i gentlcmati in early liccamo atlochcil to a moil lovely anil high ly accpmpllihod joiing nil aliocllan nai rccip anil a ilay fixoil fur lliolr before fho arrival of tho tinio Iho ohjccl of hii taclmient was aelioit tiy a ratal dlioaioV and soon bo camo a lenant or llio It wlillo bending un dor this painful lhal surrlvor pen nod Iheso allccling ovlnclvo at onco of his fellli end of nil Wo beliovo lio never married but dovotctl hlnucif exclusively lo tho work of Ui minlilry tialil tho tlino of hii which occurrci lomo years I WOULD NOT LIVE ALW AVI I wouM not live holy man Not a nol in ilmuld lengthen my Ipanj Tho few lurid nmrnlngi Dial dawn on tu Are enough fur lifes full enough for its Would I nut go tho path which tho nronhols of and so joj fully rod Whllo brethren and IHendl are all hardening LILo a spirit oor tho earth would 1roam I would uolUvo I aik iwiub alay Where storm after alorin riles dark ovr llio way looking for wo tinl hovor Liko Ihe Iatilarchi tunl no roiling Ii found Where when iho nainla tier gay buw In Iho Uavo ill brilllunco to Tdde lu tho night of doiualn And jnyi Hooting angel neer ahodi o glatl Save llio gteainor Ihe hlumago lhat boari him I would not live Tottered hy tin Teiniilitlou and corruiiilbn wilhiiit In a moment gf If victory1 than tni captive the of pardon li And my uip of Uianxtgiving with itnilent Tho Diillral for juhllinl Ilul my ipitil her own mlitrere 1 would nol ilvo weiconio lha Immorlalllyi lamp burn bright mid Ihe gloomi U Iho pillow where Cliiiit tmwodhia head iweetbeniyiluntberi on thai bily lint tweeter Umnmrn which ihjllfbltow ttut Whon tha lunriio of glory shall Imani on my lijlitj Wtun tho nut matin ai lie ileoitors ihjll riio To hall the bleat morning ihall peal from Iho whowi Xway nori AndlKont Whero tbe awlf frort Mi willful d6 yoiJ come Irf quired the plncrf I drlv them arVknuckleitliefslL moren aiitnch jialfililcK I shouted hit man1 i Ihe green jacket laughing londeslU be yeu dout believe II elilpn oT itiyiMVI O IVWi i Ppor welllhat hotl ail sleeping In the grave It would break Ihj heart to know Dial thy son a wretched and degraded rnhcrablo outcast from He turned slowly Deep wllhin an adjoining forest was a dell where Ihe beams f the scarce ever Tall reos grow on either whose meeting formed a canopy of the bird built their and d forth happy I hllher Iho drunk ard bent his II had been favorite inuut In Iho days of his trhd as ic threw himself upon the ioft green ho recollections of past sccnei lame crow d ng 01 or his He entered histface i llh his and Ihe prajer of llio prod gal burst from hii God receive a returning Suddenly a sofi arm thrown around and a aweet voice He will forgive Stalling lo ils the Inebriate saw standing before lim bin youngest atchildofiix t Why arc you Annr1 he shamed lhat the Innocent child should hare wllneised his to gather Ihe lilies tthlch grow poll the she I have got my and now I am gdlny to nell And whatdoyou do with the money1 isked the as he turned his cjea lo tthere among the broad green eaves Ihe sweet lilies Pf Ibe valley wore leaping forth The child the thought she had much perhaps her nand Ihe and spend it In Ihe way In which all his earnings You are afraid lo tell said icr I do not blame I havo no right lo my childtens oonS i f 1 ho gentleness of lone touched Ihe heart of Ihe alTecllnnalo She threw liel arms around his end I will lell Mother buys niedl oincs for poor Illtle We have no oinei iny to get Mother anil Mary work all Ihe time Ihey can get to buj A pnne shot through iho inebriates have robbed Ihem of Ihe comforts of a exclaimed Tram his moment lite Hquoi lire passes my lips no Anne stood gazing at Mm In ho could scarcely oompiehend her falheru words shesaw that some change bad taken threw back her golden raled her large blue ejosw lib an earnest look lo his dtlnk an mure rum1 whispered timid Aenrdear her father replied sol Joy dahceiVin Then all he 10 What a jiappj homeours will be Years paiscd The words of lillle Ihe drunkards bad hopie of fcfortned hei tvas Indeed nhanny Ilenl orlh en X upon a broken downeast bank e covered the braggers Kin jou felleil J fea j Like a said IheflWn without further the Vermonler ielz d the Knowing Yorker stoutly by the naniy of Iho and the leafbf cd him from his fdotholuYana with an v upcrhuman dashed tbe it er from Iho end of the en j ards out Into Ihe Hudson A terrific shout rang through tbe as he floundered Into the tt amidst ho cheers and screams of bis ho ducked bully put back to the and crnmbled up the half frozen by this udden and involuntary cold Ill ten if jou aid the shivering advancing o Iho took us for green ehP Well toeCdo blngsdown here in Yorkvand the fellow tboUvsnly crowned health and Joj ihil liomncj from tlio his chil where once Kjiiallid mlieiy alon could be tracedThe pledge had raise him from and restored hln onco more IQ peace and TAKINn TIIB STAUCIlipUT JEJII A nv THE YOUNO v A knot of idlers slood upon Iho end of pier which rail out Into the Hudson I one of the amall lowni near n fe amuilnp themielvoi with stones In the broad each vlelng wli Ills neighbor In Ihe endeavor tu pilch a nils illo to the farlheit dlitanco from the ihore when a built dlrec from tho GICCII suddenly mode till ap pearanca In Ihoir and fur a while ro mained a observer1 of their move He a ilrorig looklna Van wry deccnlty ef foils of Ihe litlle Inul been oxhlbltei over and over pghin when Iho blraiige ijulelly picked up half a brick which lay near and giving it a II fell in Ihi water a lone way beyond Iho lino whicl had as yel been reached by the foremost o At Ihe conclusion of Ihls feat bravo went up from half a dozen voices around II wai a clear day In and he determined nil lo he renew ed their attempt but the with out saj lug syllable lo aiiy conliutlet to pilch Hie pebbles far oil Into tbe stream which seemed annoy one of them in t greet Iho ajipaidut leader of ih who he woiihjnlbe bealc byafellerriulit Blralght out o no how and slhllna up lo Iliu h determined to uiake his I fcW re J y and kolzW a big billet of ha f wlrled it qvV eral uip uftict ui no Is Olid It landed sc orn the In Nol answered t ove a man clean across lhat tother and he came daown fair and simorcoti other n k ha yelled his jeu butrl kin deu Do what said I kin lakeand heave yeu across lhat ti er jbst like open and Bet you ten dollars of said the I Iho fun limebin I lell I kin deu It in tplteof the loaferi utmost ffnits to escape he seized him by ho Ihe leal of his over three jards farther Into herl eMban upon the firit 1 Again Ihe bully amid the sljoiils of his whp enjoyed tbe sport im 1 bird time never said the stripping off his I kin deu I lell j V Hold almost petrified vie I will deu llefllry till lo moncr I give it upl ihbtlted ween his which now chattered like a mad the ti Ji coolly pocketed Ihe Ion and ai he turned We alqt much acquainted wilh smart folks but te sometlmea joke the starch up our prapl yer Iry Itonlu strangers I recku and pultinR on a broad good ho left 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