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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 4, 1849, Alton, Illinois ajfti looked I lie animation uf welches could cottvlnce my the P5wer of Ihe luesssckiioivlcdgul it I I lie I borderedthe shores were jo and lio hdlilajroiW Uketho Staggering self ninl tnoiinil metHal he lime for as utilise w at not long lire lifail of AJenglh dawn appearedjjiul Wthjl came Ihu cunscrouMless of a new and inex fait and cjush io atoms pur devo pllcable Melrino nnd with nan of Ihe passenger ami of Ihe 1hc ihoeobWp and grealnleofing li ola6f truth to ran lowardu Hie tow lo execute the nrdefi but hope dared for Ihe very ineanif they had taken to de 1IIE AIAOV T rOBUSnt D EVERY BY JOHN i i i 00 For ono square or under l no For each flpntinuanco DO A liberal deduction madd td yearly advertisers V n Fill N r comer of Thlril nrlil nuniU ill i Ml IflP11 I W Jlllerent olllau Nt Dalllmorp ami BoBlon aulliorlloil lo rtcflfo Aclfcrlliemenli Inlon for inictlion In Ihli paiicrp on 1 lo actji burjidnerol Agenlin any conncclo 1 wllH our IUbllCollon m bm s cortiorornalllmoroaml nrnlh ili Is our aulhorlietl Asohl for Ilio Tclteraiilil onJ will ecelvc and forward adverlliemenli intamlod for Inicrtlou llicrolnj ai well ai allend lo my olhfr liuiincii concerning Ihli Journal in Ilio abote cty stand upon He Is the Ihe doctrine thatilhe emUanollfiesJlno means Ilnay nolhave stateil the fauYin regard to the lexas meeting precisely laslheyoccMf alone upon my as on mi ilghrihe meani ujod by iKiSoppohints of Ihe true Uallroid policy of lo nq nufailure public opinion for the purpose of furthering their aeluih lOur corrcs jiomlent is a man of untarnished honor and undoubted and hU statement is fully hi all Us by other ci linns cqrujly to In Belleville on Ihe day the pretended meeting look and who have assured not only that no demonstra tion but lhal had a go rural meeting resotu llons In favor of he contemplated Conven lion at Salem would have been icjecled by n decided majirily Ihe people of Belle to lumor ex Oov by Ililcning to his torn fooleries about Cuba nevertheless loo intelligent and pa triotic o contribute of Ihe domlneoling city of Si Louis al the expense of the rights of the and tho vital Interests own prosperous town when Iho haur of trial shall will be found lo contend for Ihe honor of Illinois In a civil controversy as manfully aa their gallant did some Iwo years since on the glorious field We presume that tho same may also be truly at least lo some of tho people of Iho more Southerly That sumo of them from local conslilera or erroneous of the true policy of the favor the termination of our lUllroiils or oppoiilo bl nol Improbable butthatthey all are unanimous on lint or lhat1 oven a majority of them countenance the we do not be hove St iCIairu not lie only county in which public sentiment in jy be manufactu red lo or where domngoglsm may oo etslonally fliurlsi It likely lint some of Ihe monlings said lo have keen held in thnt section of which the courio of Iho lale In ralallon to ho Railroad q has been so and lhaExeou livo so earnestlylmplorcdiocallanother have had no and that Iho numerous delegates then and there will no more congregate al Sa on the first Monday In June Olendowcrs from the vaslj deep actually appeared at hU call 1 here is a feeling of Independence about life Suckers which Is not easily and although generous and almost In a In somo they will nol ncnfice their views of public or Ilioitue pohc of their to accommodate Ihefr neigh or gratify the ambitions aspirations of Interested and selfnh lip 181Q DEAIX Sin have no doubt seen an In Iho papeis publi hed In Saint of a triiiiemlous meeting In IJello vtllc iald lo have been hi Id on batunla tile Mih hManl In those meeting I reprencnlid to have been largo ami eulhu laMlc In favor of Ihe passage of a law oiiihorlzlng Ihe construction of Ihe in brlef lne authorizes the Companyto cnme irom me and which Is o great a favorite with St touts and Indl lia tneculaliuVarier hey hadtheard Ihe rovlsiotis the act and I will ven ure to assert lhal iilnely nine out of every lindred farmers of Illinois would vote I wlllV oiie hundred doV ars to Ihe without pa Ing In one cent r Ihe stock subscribed ft aulhorttei tlio not only lo condemn Ihe lands ver is lo but to oon for Ihe construction of the wheroover found most convenient lo ie route That If the road finder Ihe roviilons bill should pass tfirough ie the who had inlysub crlbcd a hundred dollars to the might necp all the timber from lands len miles IT for Iho building of the upon pa ing vhalever a jury composed of men Intercs ed in Ihe road mlghl say Ihe limber nas vorth In addition lo it allows Ihe ounties in borrow BlOO and sub crlbe It 01 stock lo the road Now lei me sk K the citizens of Illlnoij are willing to co such a scheme fastened upon the Slnle y speculators from olher Stales And let 10 put Ihe wherein is the differ nee between a State and n county going Ho debt on IhU subject not Iho one ustasbad as Ihe other OBSERVER dwelling house of Dr Si Kane was attacked n Iho 10th by a large parly of armed for tho purpose recovering hJ body of a young which he Doc or and his students suspected to have islntcrrcd a day or Iwo apd which 10 lallcr stoutly denied Several shots OfO hred on both Iwo of which look passing through Iho shoulder of and the oilier through the bo y of one of his students i amcd Rood It feared bith mil The ours and windows of Ihe hoino were also but Ihe remains of vnninn were nol although appearan es seemed to indicate lhal been vinceiincs and bl and mine or delegjlcn aro said lo IIMB been nppnliileil by present to at Icnilihe Silem Cimienlion 1 on bo no donbl learn hat tioiueh meeting held I hate made diligent inquiry regard lo and auiiro ynu Dial I w as unable to find a ry Individual who was present Jjie fac as I Ilial an attempt uai made to ge up a but it failed from a con rof this is an which look pacesoma years siiieointhal Th uoveriior called n meeting oil Ihe aunexa lid resolution dc wring thai our Illle Texas was indlspu A fellow present ofTVred a out of lhal ubleellhe Oov ii slncjly malnlaln nverso oflhe Fl nveri H enemies of Ihe true foil Oie Quvernor was born 1 carried almo No took place in regard to the viewa ofiihe 1 Ihey knew wo pftjared lo receive i i l J i rProm IDNG FOH A ii ABE i EArrii todcarvvoniant slic bids us itnlvvlno n rOm Iho It ho Itrsl clinginn vinci ut her checlis In Us crj slat wllh pleasure will And mirror Us bloom In tho blight ivsvo A health to sweet w6minl Ihe days ore no more I Vlien aim watched for her taid when Iho lovtl And smoothed the while i Illow end Uushd when ho J As she pressed her oii hlrBichecd or toosimtlcss and The Joys of his banquet lo chaslch and aharci Mr eye lost Us llghl lhal goblet mljln alilno And the roso on her check waa dissolved In his wine oy In tho health flows in And tho ribands of silver unwind from Iho Hey hrealho not the inial of bacchanal a lut Iho lilies of Innocence float Then a heallh and a welcome lo woman once morel ho Iniiiga us a passport lhat laughs at our doori 1 L la written on letters are t IB countersigned room for Iho rouchl into Ihe biiildin Ilii had roilucerl much evoilemeilt In Si ml tranquillity was not full lestored atlhq ast accounts n jTJlho Pennsylvania pnVers stale lhat now fell at thelSlh to Jepth of six inches further Vorlh ii was much deeper Ihiyhnd very Tood sliighlug In he same gooi saidlhal the Siamese in Ins vho Imi c been fnV some ears past n aplanlalion in North and have aeb a wife and chtldren are aboul lo pro iced lo for Ihe purpose of consul nglhe most eminent suigeons on Ihe prac icabilily of dividing Ihe carlilago tthi6li bmils Iliem by ah operation h oldpioneer iamuel ben rlppailecl this life a ew w eclu since In at Iho idvancod ago of He raised a largo fain and had occupied Iho same residence 83 years dur which Iho non an ival of i if nt Vnlan Varrrtsfile of Lllfrnlufeaivl for Marcl vas briefly only paitly wbikcd when the number of lhal elegant periodical vhlcli hadbeeuti1veor six weeks on tho made ta appearance Its embellishments con Bist of two mexotfnto by tho dla tlngulshed colbrcil ilate of tho Spring Fashions for bcautlfu minted Eonrnvlng andelehtotherneat and approni ato pages of literary mailer is alio excellent and al though slow In its progress s not less In Icrcallng or any of Us morenimble This Work Is conducted by Kfik and and published by Messrs Ojllarj prrair V The Apttl number of ttie AriVrfcon ffirtiiolt reached us a fowdaya U contain the usual variety of cntilled ai fill tlio and ufog of the celebrated Emanuel lllus Ireled by a gqod finding the Or i Discussion between McNalr and Fowl Preservation anil Hellorallon Thcproiicr Feeding of the This woi Is conilticled by Messrs s on published liy Fowlcra Phrenoloeica ill New York One Dollar per The WalcrCurt and of ioredT Issued by the same mill o f iirooHnp of javo us Command of all lhat portion of glganlio s oirnoro Blood above bendlnc like underlhe fffoc of the earths and al each oscillation crackjng n llh the report of a ol 1 ho Hue was and a lozeh seltuig poles were gliing us an out j MS inUjU Mil HID and Ihey proceeded Jo pulpit Into immediate execution first objeol illioccllnncoiis From the Chronicle of Wcitorn REMINISCENCES OF X Of lite Maiomc College of Kcnluttty I COKOtUBID t LEAF III I r and rune oclock nil still no demonstration was made 1 he vole probablywnlting for us lo retire Several times steallhy steps passed along he foot pausing at the cabin irln as if to but nothing was done at about half post nine heard the voices of Captain Jim and Pe jusl over our In low and earnest com enatloii 1 hl continued scv cral mln nud Ihen footsteps crossed ho deck he oabln door opened and the voice of Ihe Caplain nas heard asking for me I nquirod what was wanting Something v i was in out upon and Ihey tboufihl icrhaps I could explain II I answered angiilylold Ihe Captain Ihnl know Ihoir deriuns ifial llhey had mnr lercd pnplnln and Intended Iho same for Ihelr Ihnl we were armed nnd and that the one who presented himself al Ihe door lhat night would bo met by n bullet With a muttered he and I expected Iho attack would follow inslaut yimlUldid vvojoon became awa hal something unusual w as really occuirinL rawing their attention from us 1 he crew irnpped their steallhy and walked instily across Ijie deck low arils the bow When I was certain that all were at the farther pnrtof Iho bonlj I approached the byCaptain looked jut We had lajn to Iq the aiigle of a large commanded an extensive view of Ihe both up and down I think II was ho biigUloit ataiHuhl I ever saw I lonk ed and in my an exclamation which brought Melvino to myside up pirenlly ai w e could n large light n as level with tlio n aleti sur and evidenllj movlpg It seemed the centre of ndark ami gigantic mass Even as vve It appeared to grow and ive both In Ihe same mo iiieiill us llicui a heavy like began to be heard coming also from the same I ho strange phenomenon scarcely veered lo Ihe right or but Us momentary lu betokened Ilio of il Tho crew roomed to think so crowded tocclher at Iho bow o Iho began exhlbltslgns o uneasiness and All evidently con sldered the appcaraiice foi none endeavored to escape The heavy unearthly that ed nnt as tho huge dl rcolly up in the nigh shadowlo aterrific the fires scemec lo burn brighter anducQasionally darl like human passed belwcei us and Ihollghlj while out of Ihe centre o mai rote a huge column u fiorn suinmli poured foil anil Our more and more leu dropped on heir knees and Ilii Spaniard look lo liU beads lyilli every ap pearaiicoof I do not deny hav ing momentarily shuicd Hie alarm and sur piiseofllio at Ihe strange proaching ntt tliough from Tartaru could icaice be Woiie company lhan tin villains around But five uiliiutos sails led me of Its as I lo my companion lhat II was the longlook for steamer llii Ihouglit occur red llml II might possibly afford us Ihe meniia escape from our The channel In clbovy always rum verynear and beingafew yards out vve were almost direcllyii was to get secure access to and the rea der may judge surprise and alarm when we heard them commence unroofinc the barge Ihe these were arched only enough lo carry and vVere ormed of half Inch whoso length ivas tho vessels width row of standard running the length afjha upported Its centre and gave shape lo the irch Iho boards farming the roof wero but sllghlly nailed being rationed hiefly at Ihe whore they were kept n Ihelr places by other and thicker hich were pinned down upon themi and in parallel lo the boats Over the enllro cabin the crew look irsllhe thick side and Ihen proceed nl to remove Iho roof I Ijoimh now al most In despair of a successful Mel vine nnd I stood pistol in do erinined lhat the removal oftho firnt board i hlch admitted Iho starlight and gave in a lew of our enemies should bo tho signal of ome of Ihem suffering for their crimes 1 it we soon1 found lhal tho crew had anil cipated and overreached in in Ihelr prccan 1 hey commenced at Ihe extreme aft art of Ihe as levers Ihell iron iDlnted setting some sixteen foot ons Ihey thus stood at a safe jut of our while they proceeded to iry off and shove overboard plank after lank of Iho slight as it had been our main defense and de icnderbe 1 1 he two females were now ngiln remov placed bolweeivlho barricaded win ows Ihe crisis was evidently al hand one board afler another of lie roof was oosened nnd thrown my heart sank w ilh n when the whole cabin should bo mcov ll would be utterly c defend ourspjyes and Ihe onl quollon vvoiild how many of Ihe J ie steamboats At one lime 1 though1 would run us within a hull dred ynriti ofonr Hialledlhe steam her or through and through first observing the our parly had instinctively drawn lo Iho extreme and In on In even while Ihe nulling sound of Ihe n poqrirlg waters met our os Iho bro en hull careened I seized and inounllng Iho sprang Oer Iho stern partition MiiMno ami tho seivant girl fojlowed The skiff ivas always kept and tho next moment nn were all in the tottering llh the loss of bag It was but still saved from Im mediate and al for nhlch no were not less out of Iho hands of Ihe villainous robber r j iv o could hear he gurgling ells of Icrroi ami rage from the wretches nd had as m fragments of the bargo sunk In Iho lur julent wo even saw their heads a boio tho some of them lurned lo svvlrn toward the place where Ihe skiff had Ihcj of course knew nothing what iccomo of us but It nas cay lo at old nany of tin with their inly lives alilswo could make pay he price of ours Nol a nordwas utter ed byany andthedead and unusual ilillneu of Ilio clear nlghtviat broken only by the grallngof Ihe liners and Iho succes sive splashes in the as Ihe planks were shored Atllils moment Louise came Id her fath He replied nol n ml look his dirk from his and placed ii n her Excited beyond prudence by comrlonsnesa of Iho honible nccesiily lo w hlch his like might be Mehlne inddonly spring out In he star lit now uncovered Ip the width of some five or x and filed a pistol at Ihe group of nailing like to sprliigupon their His aim was and failed of ef lo our surprise and increased plilol shots wereilh itaully relnrncd at him before he could re gnln the shelter of the roof Ho escaped but itdoslrejed Iho lat lingering hope of successful defense lo know lhat so miny of our enemies nerollnis armed Beiore I had mjself coiilimplalcil a rush upon in Ihe hope of accomplish Ing something by the use of w eapons which Ihey did not it was sh6nn to be woise than useless i How many longer thus passed I herh look Ihe and Melvino sealed him lelflnthe with his daughter beside who manifested far more emotion in tho hope of ultimate than evrn luring Ihe last dreadful moniinls Ihc earlhquake nut waslheroycl a rational hope of iilll mote ercnpe Tho first shock of Ihe caitli juake Indeed and ne were jeyond Iho reach of Ihono t caret ly less mci cllcss lhan Ihe elements cs I3ut wo wero alone In a small without fire or and no could icaucly now be more limn Inonl five miles from Little we could easily reach by nlnoorlcn oclock In Ihc el should lhat selllcment bo swallovted up by or abandoned bj inhab the nearest place HO knew of was one hundied and Ihhly miles bo low Little and how much mu t wo suffer from cold and hunger before we coulil reach oven if our lives ivero spared nmlrj the tremendous throes of na turet i s It was perhaps a half hour afler Ihe firs shock lhat the second nud belli novv in immediate apprehension of nothing save from the elements we hai more leisure to observe Ihedicadfiil II was even more severe than Ihc first Commencing In the north a toll of hoavyHvagons passing over a II lapidly approached nnlll II seemed under our very feel 1 hough near a half mile from either w o could hear distinctly Iho rushing sound Ihe cracking and crushing of tlio falling Ihe heavy caving in of the while tho whole broad river heated and swelled beneath our little like some vast irfonster In his dying nnd above and louder than all Iho olher hortiblo rose Ihe bowels of Iho as though the day of doom was at All was confusion and error 1 he sky became darker each mument Ihe sinis grew dim till they Invisible and from out the almost tangible blackness of the issued Ihuse fearful as though Ihe whole oidcr of things and all the laws ol naturewore about being bioken and matter returning Ip ilsoiiginal were slondlng on the forecastle rieck when daylight began at last to llghlciljhe j t ifj As foon aa there was sufficient light for vision lo any distance around every eye was turned Instantly lo ascertain the chan es wrought In Ihe face bf nature during Ihe sl tew terrible hours of f tlhe Captain looked wildly about In evo and became pale In another moment exclamations oTMiorror were beard from all around f SeVeral drop ted on their and broUe cut inlo open Day warbriaklng In Ihe WestI tv i liseh lookeif alJhVdrherTMMf irflhe hope IhnlhoMirioloK and each read In lie blank amazement In his neighbor V face the dreadful confirmation of his nw n fears 1 his secrricdeven more ler ilblo lhan lie momentary dangers oflbe earthquake tu In a half hour more thociun coud It be actually rising n the Norlh west I or n few Ihe on board vessel beggars dcscrlp lion Some seated themselves w til vacant ejoand foldid liandjln almost Idiotic rlei pali others Ihe cabins wllh shrleln and a believed natures con eluding urelie at hand r At ienclh Mclvlne remarked lo the Cap fain lhal It wan easier losuppVc rfhapgea In the that tireearthquake might have I linn inihe whole and thai possibly the chan ncl of Iho mlghl have been so cnntul sed as In change Iho direction of the cur Captain seizetllhe idea al oilcei 1 wo fortunately wrro brought and leveled the great Fa ther of nas noilhnnidl At an other lime Iho certainly of Ibis w ouhl Im e been astounding torrll now asn refuge from ct greater it seem cd ex en a relief 1 he change In Iho course of Ihc cutreni mupl hruo commenced after we had reached for wo had been nbnvc It nnd had floated Al n Imlcvcr time it dl I lake Iho biial had In Iho uuobsei v swung round on Its and Its were What was to become of our Iho Captain dared nol nnd to 10 turn mlghl be equally Meantime the male am Ihrce or four hands were or dcred lo lake the and row In Ihe fhoie torecoierlho two cables which had been cut In the liaslo oflhc previous tutug ami left tied to tho no largo Irecj lo which Ihc vessel fJi of Let the editorial fiateinlly nail In and Us time n III come t la the mean let It neveJpreet kariherecan lion moi lhan its ii fovvljoW wiio had the courage and the abllily lo the claims of lo the vllh Ihe Drantz Mayer wasr bremoslf and master style a Vigorous ahd he was ehabf if his pen In the good inlllical upcrl Iho of Ihe Whig and his Hteramrri utatlnn rnalte lie than addreisca his score or two of hearers n a local meeting and leaves no fmpresslqn ipon their by a singular prrcess f Iho ofJJio mete spoil ers ore generally rated at a vaKie ban those of the popular nhnnif tresses and Impresses IwndreiUjOf tllioii ands of peo Ihe Locofocos jnave laysshonti infinitely more wisdom in Iho nconragement of writing men lhan tho iMilg Every literary rnan of abllilyMit he ranks has n thedisposition of ho Whigs appear lo havea jealousy of merl of IHerary talent in their and beslov he beil offices upon those u ho do IheleSJt or vThere ore but ftn of ourSecroT of wlirihavo ever tfUtIn lilKhed tlicmseltes While lint while Ip Ihe embassy in prepoiedfa learned cannot for in our lerrlble suspense each I his llinugh iimro moment deemed an hour But it might shorter than Iho and probably InOed been some for Ihe work of pry four or five though it seemed to us ing oft the beards thus at a with as if U would never end long nas necessatlly and so la II In Ihe extreme bnriuus that Iho hands relieved each other gerous even lo form It was Impossible by Inrni clo y there o channel and run Inrni It was certainly afler Ilireo o to see oven len feel In an ck In Iho morning Near ten feel of Iho w as a liability to miss Iho cabin na and a movement among upon some or ngainil Ihe crumbling the crew indicated that they were prepaiing and So we were lo make of heir all anxioiiiai ivo were to get from Ihis fcene al once Ihey siupcndedj Ilielr of to jense all eflorts of pur own and nt Iho same inslaiitja rumbling like heavy ihutider at a great dis was accompanied by a rushing as of a fieiccwind a mong trees I he steamboat was Instantly again our inlndsj but we knew It could not be for tho only one In the whole western try had passed us a few hours Bo Ihe noUe came wrong dlieo Could it be a hurricane1 Tho stove pipe had been thrown down by Hie removal of the roofboaidi around and the smoko from the fire tote perpendicularly in ajlralght bine up into the Not o bTreath vvas Suddenly Ihe Man I went back toward the upon Ihe The whole surface of the er seemedcovered with large as in shower of though nol a drop was falling That Bound Increas drew and nearert and as the waves were now heard lo violently a gnlnst he our bargobegan to rise and fall on Ihe like a ship riding al anchor hlgli Lonlie seemed al first lo understand the new terror around Shesprang toward her clasping hint about the In a voice tremulous from actual Dear fatliei Thank II Is an oarili At least vvo ihall nol fall Into the hands of this dreadful cievil tShe was It an earth Tho hearings of vessel Ilio lumutluoiis surface uf Ihe river became higher every The rumbling noise vvas now under ourfeet and all arouud us amid Ihe cnnfiiijonof from the falling of dry branches on Ihe Ihe fu riouslashing of Ihe wavesagainst Ihe roar of the Ihe oaths and slirleks ol the frightened n they i an about on I heard Ihe Spaniard in a voice of gullly Volga ml un and a rnornenl In tones of Hill uresirr eon who were beliiw turned to the onen nnd float nith the current Wenereanaro if let tho boat would of lisclf follow the deepest and swiftest Wo as I Ihreo or four miles below fie scene of ino first n hen a light nas seen distance Nulh ing could be dangerous to us now and re suming Iho we rowed toward Fif Icen niinulen hatd pullinz brought us near enough to nsccilain whence U proceeded onil describe Ihe thrill of llinnkful joy with which we fuum ourselves alongside steamer tyhnso us on Iho hail nlaiinednur and delayed Ilielr the occurrence of Ihe eailhquako had saved slighl derangement of her now and but half undenlooj machinery had caused her lieto only four or five miles bejow had Ihe shbrojbul w the appro hensivo of Iho very accident that llefel our and more they had cut their cables and swung out Into Ihe whereisho now at All on board her yvos alarm rnd were promptly and kindly iccelved filled as all her numerous inmates were Ilio niosj dreadful who had escaped a more terrible she was ah ark of Succeeding shocks were fell occasionally during Ihe morning Ihbugli none equal In duration or Intensity to the firil as hour after hour went slowly the mosi impatient watchfulness was now fell fur day whlchscemcd as though it would ne er since I have passed the ry hours ef night u In anxious sus pense by Ihe couch of thosick or dying when a fathers a mothers a wifes lender or a hutbands eager hung hesitating in Ihe balance be wien hope anililpfpaii when life or death would bo lie ijf a hours bill never have I been so palpably coiiscloiis how long the lingering moments as while during that almost inlerininable frr Ihu nppeoranre or dozentiiius iidthlngiiuliiri f x usl far enough to Iho reach of fall n hundred jaipVfurn I am Now It Is a quarter of a nillo to Ilio nearest So it proved An hours search up anil down tho sides of Iho ilver for ap inilopr was utlerlj fruitless Neither coulil a trace bo found ef the glganlle fored trees to which the cables n ere o Rctlier wllh the fnietl Itself mid Hie toll where it had sunk In lurbil wa A few hours of anxious suspense Mlouj with cnormoui wavrr1 grnulii snell of the ecean Iho currenl of Ihe mighty river began In turn lo Us IIMID and by eleven A M nil things around us had as sumed their oidfnary appearance save tho prostrated forests along Ihe desolate shores Of Ihe robber whom we Itfl with Ihe fragments of the wrecked barge on lhal fatal I never heard EDITORS 1 he N Mirror thai II Mrfoni of Ihe anomalies of our political organlz l hat thnsoiwho have widest Inflii enci in shaping public who are the direct means of elevating certain men lo of ficinl who more of Ihclr lime lo tho public lhan any olher anil vvhoie aid and advice more anxiously sought in emergencies than those of any other whan die patronage pf a parly isto be be deemed unworthy u participating In Ihe fruits of their onn la burs EHlors and conductors of new spa pers as a 10 fnrni Iho emoluments of Executiie palronnge gli Thcro are of but they are very few and for obvious reasons wlilch we need not we cannot en largo upon this subject as wcTweuId willing ly do And Ilio Mirror might lhat it Is no b Government alone that Ihey are proscii Ihey are generally overlooked Ii the djSlrihuiionof tiuilj In Ihe peoples gift so thai when we hear of an Editor belni In Iho House of Repregenlalivos or other menagerie of hungry polltl VVhalai diserved well for so doing W e liopoilhat ho now they are in viill not liesllale lo lake a lesson from their iipr who have certainly proved them selves excellent let them Icfieient as Ihev may in political Ihey understand Ihe all of getting Irild power and keeping ono of the citni of Ihelr ladies has been Ibe InraH able hbirallly n Ith which the havetrraird ne men of lltctnrv tnlcnl M hn e cdtlulrcauseA Y rrACHt A gtnlieinanlianilediKjefter lay Ihe follow w hlch may beof selvfco lo some of our readcis filend of njino lasjftd informed mo of the success heliief by the application of charcoal trees A few years ago he Inid some finH peach trees in his which iuv lad wormy nnd the liees tvero lion Iho about or other menagerie of hu Ihe cry Goiters Ideal Jilting from the power of Hie press Ihe grandest power In all the daily pow er of Ycafleiliii riotnnly the seeds of but co nperatini tho bcnefjceiil designs of Heaven fl in jlolhg asinglelfrio o cnufo end inoicy sending piiii fying and elevating thoughtjrallylng tin benevolent lo Ihe relief of child o misery vide with alasl of scorpions sounding trumpet call fo Ihe friends of education and intelligence Ii combine and put foitli Ihclr energies lo de liver their fellow mm from the deep dark nerrs of nnlustructed mind leading he van in snino mighty measure of Improvement which will bring foilh ffom Ihe bowels o Iho untold treasures of raisea decayed Stale from Iho grave revls iting her cheek nilh the bloom of and encircling her brow with Iho diailcm 91 talk of rietiifi from such a pnijiinii aslliis In a seal In Tlio Editor does nol appreciate his vocation who bus Wo should as soon talk of an ea rfftfoiiV ftoni his monniain eyiie to gle In the olainoring afirl rqiiabbies of a conununily of puddle As to the officers of the we fee norrrlnriwliylhe lip has pass ed his life In fighting Ihe battles and bearing the HcnUfl biiilhens pf the should not be entitled to much consideration as the whom he has a thousand times converted by n dash of hN pen from ralprpillaisto Ihfs Elliots me too frequently looked upon ft loots In rale to high and when that Ii done In be cant aside as woth unenltghlened and uncivilized Prnncp Ihil leverie In Hie nnd dm past and present conditioner hal wlilch has been uf great ierr vice lo hl country In Ihe recent ias nddedlplho lilelary rcriiilallon oflhS1 ialion the Democratic iroad on diplomalio rtervice some of the most cmlnrnt of our literary and hai he had the cailh removed from nhonuivo feel three Inches end filled with clinicnal Iho result nns ihnl tho fruit grew to a flue free from and ivery jear since the fnitt been nud Ihc trees became heal Ihy nnd free fiorn gum w hile two trees left without the charcoal continue In bear wnr1 my nud aic labile Trh bunt i Ti VMvoiTnSTBAW IKS bcsl lime In IhU climate fur makingstraw berry plantation I he plants will produce a parlial crop this spring and an abundant no next vear i i n Have loiirground prepared bv giving If a ftp well w el decayed stable it w III repay you for double In the quanilty ami quality tif Ihe fruit DUiJe your piound Into lands feet wllh a fuol path Vlween In Ihe these lands plant i sliigle row of plMli pne apart In Iho beds by the middle of with new plains from Iho runrfers Ihc berl sorts In this climate aiethe Hud son and Neck I he Hudson In but the lailer Is a few da s earlier 1 o Ihesel Ihe llovey sredllne end Inylnrs seedling may be Vety advnnlngcouil added Olhor sorls have llrelf admiiers and spine of them future experience may prove noithy of mois exlensive Ilanls should alu ays be procured from reliable1 Uhey are nut Impoiiant the first as but lit ilefruilcaii be expected from tho IIsllllale arid they will not be there to fill j our bed with barren from their jour gieal dlsnpiiolntment Ihe next vear Cfri Gas iinoroi on Auguil 1 hat Ihe troops may have an oppor unity of attending publlo as nell lis lo lake some rcsl ofif r Ihe fatigue wlifchlhey have gone Iho General1 excuses them from fatigue duly on l ho Sab except at Iho ship or on special until fuither orders The Ocner al Is sorry lo be Informed lhal Iho foolish and practice profane ourshigand a vice heretofore Illlle known hi Iho American Ai Is growinglnto hopes the ullleers vvcll at Infliiciicoj cmleavor lo men will Ihey can have but Illlle hope of Ihe uf lleavfn on our if we by our Impiety and fully Added lo Is a vice mean and w ilhourariy lempta lhal every man of sense aiid dciestii HIXTS TO pareuUrral ixe liuvv much their children taught nt by devoting a fevy liilniiles to Ihtlr Instriicllon every Let aparciiti Ihe experiment will hli ton of years old fur n single and only during which aHenor spent him makea companion of hU chlldjcpnverip him ansvvef communicate he re sult of his reading and tils explain Ihe meaii IPK of of alt thii in an seeiiiliiB a and lie will self be al the ntrgtew llialnllt 1VL recfd another Itrl of mare beautinil than Iho lastt CWI anil cxaiulmi for Our slock ivaovrrninplotel and not bs beaten in quality or CicorU LSjuWn DROWN I MARK PtERSON 4 Olorfrl luul Whltei for tinhu
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