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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 25, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                w iri ifrn Dillo lo responded one Of the com enough toiayofbiin should Unowlnaly ness aro lavhhed upon him to win him back or sacrlnVe anyl Interest be BY EVEI1Y one or 1 For each BO j A deduction Made to pearly M I r Ksq comer of Third nnd idelplila tnnd at hii different nlltces In Haw tuttlmore tttul tuitltortittl IAUcetva Advertisements Intended fnrlnierllon In IO ICUVH want 14 he iloni mean del It If you Enough for J f f u hat he never falls to B or three df Whence thtnki longing to ihi withoutimimeeuulva ome nbom for he would he guilty of e breach ot publishers lo want he back with if Ihe out stanilliJg Orhelakesiiphlj tveaUnjmUe thus be done to for pails He the ho em of those The Si a IP of Illinois ntthe present lolhe amoutit of some mid It will be very under tho most before she can liquidate this Of courre she has abun dant occasion to hntband all her ler last LpgislAliire giartted Ihe right tower o np the dreaiTed Myaj city1 ivjlhfn her and thus not y have Inflicted a on her pro nenf done lo ho holders nf her Such a iniicidal lottcy would have impaired confidence In t lloldml paiar ftjr Ilio lidl jtltl ItiuiW Id o our Like tht in j thli l cnlbcllliliAl by a number or Wry luiidlome cngravlngi while Ilio reading trbteli roomy anil cmbracei alnioit every its Prom tnoW York t TBMPEBANOB THE DRUNKARDS GOOD Ady aud time ou were In ald Kreoinatt lo her two lit tle glrli about nine And i heres uty hind lo iild an oth 1 he finding that a majority of hli company were likely to be against smothered his angry and kept A few minutes two or three of the Inmates of lite barroom went About ten oclock on the bteaM for Inieilloit well as nttond to men ot Iilil6hly we hai e other business IJU Journal n btpetotore ooesslon to In pro nnrllnrt In Iho Mmnltiu portion to th t We clip following arltcle frotAiQnex becaiuVWo think a Very linking and accurate description of many of Iboio willi whom we have been oonvenant much Iho of any of which we have any cillicr Irrthfs country or In j It la edited QiU publtihcd by Chailei Ui 109 y end quality of Id li n and out of this Slate That much the larger number of our read ers belong to one or the other of the dilTur of i Neiospnfar Siibicnbera c mi ni e rated f Upmost white we cheerfully Rcknowleilgejwith prat he lint and second nre steadily on Ihe in also aonfest thatthere aro ilill too many of Ihe third nnd fourth on our and lhat they are not yet quite clear of lie fifth and although we have ns atduously labored to relievo them from all luch for some years hopeour taujdoing notwithstanding Iheir fiail ami tardy itlllfnlond to do what Is y wake now that Ihe weather has be come the days and aiTtrd uj the saiiafdctlon of transferring them to the firs I clalu nor will even the iloionhillers bo denied tho same if application be made Let these bo illr anil square all up before Ihe flrit of July next or luey will be in danger of sinking into the fifth or sixth among the redemption from fti Ihli Is almost are lhe men who take pa for and read Otuerve the order in which these are The pny comes reading These men consider they get Ihe worth of their money In the Il seems as fair and them that tho news should be as a barrel of sugar or a now They never entertain any other When the year ruin or a they are ou hatnl again with the There is no more with them En remembering this period thnuSun or the first of one of hem tlVo have received the Moy number of that excelloht imUIcattonj tKoocfworfVj IouMj It con tains raoio than tho tuual number of neat and ojipro priotc Illustrative of tho literary multert In praise of which nothing more need bo than hot It fully Sustains tha high character of ho and clearly cstabllshos its peculiar adajitcdncsa o the object for Instruction amuscmont of the rising The Cabinet Is conducted by tho Francis Woodwoithj and published by ISA Ady was nine years oliljWnd Jane UIH a whne generally year and a children iober In lhe of the hf Had been siltinRat Ihd table with their ofnce a stranger and after silting one of them studying her and Ihe other engaged off a piece of fancy J 1 Papa hasnt eome y crcd Out Its gpjjlng andils time you were in way not be home for an Ady laid by her worked left Ihe do you a gre andJane closed and put them I Very e 1 must crave your befdre for what I am going to Will joii iro mlfie not to be offended If you offer mean I will resent said Ihe So far from I come ullh tho desire Now York CllyHrlcoi One Dallar per j j Iho May number of TAe American Phrenologies reached us a few Uajs It it filled with n fair utiity of well written articles t among which s on excellent one upon Iho nhj slology and jihrenology Henry Ward cd by agooil voluable work il cilltcd by k loulerj nnd publiiihcd by Fowlcis ft Phrenological 131 New York nt tho iato of One Dul lar per year Oho tho wohavo of The r monthly Journal or Science and Uie has Us op pcarauce on our It lnwelHIllid with interest ing lianJaomcly and published by Pickering i 35 Ono Dollar per annum duels at tho tnrions points on her navigable build up towns and uliere capital will wealih III the last dollar of h MVPpt and the way nppncd fur a glorious career of holder of her is to n greater or ICM extent nfftfctrd by the policy which she adopti in respect to lectlng aud her revenur A HOLDER OF ILLINOIS were lying Ihefr warm capes close about their hhe understood Ihe meaning of thh and therefore did not ask aqi o stop hii If he el hercalls or letter by In due i a Thh id dear lo thv heart of tlm Their image Is em bilihedih his warm May they live a thouiand sec their KOIIS to fourth second classi miml h tho Do WELLS class is nearly related lo linar that it is 1mtil lo ell where and tho other men always pay hi advance the begin and intend to do so But a or some inlthap runs for quite a But their though nodding i never gets i i From Uio Journal Commot RAILROADS IN Some of the Cincinnati and Louis pa icra have of late been itnVpailng in their a nifeoflhe Stale for refusinT tu grant the right of way to the Ohio arid i have the world believe State of Illinois hod adopted a pplicy at once selftih and while he cities of Cincinnati and risiugabove all local and sel fish were striking only for at article New Ymk Courier aud Cnqiiircr of the 12th lust I petceh o that that paper it In thy wftli lie journals nboie name Cdllor naji Great dissatisfaction N ex Grested In the y ihTs cliurln help parties uor thcmselvo From Danville PUBLIC At a meeting of he cllizeos or Vermilion III t held at the court house in Dan ou Monday the Oth of Frailer was called to the and Miller appointed of themeellnn were staled by John It Esq niter Iho meeting wm tn1iireici In an eloquent strain by Liiiderj on J Samuel and Joseph were appointed acntnmiltfe lo prepare a preamble and and proscnUlie tame for action to an ailjoumed On motion the hireling adjourned until to 1 P aning of although the tears came to her Say end her voice trembled she II is very cold But we wau feel A Well run along And the two Hltlo ones before their whose feelings were choaklng could say a wnrd As they ed the door after and left her she raised her ejcsupwards and God and reward the dear It was a bleak winter as the Into tho the uiud awept fiercely and almost drove them back against the But they caught each other tightly by the and bending their little forms lo meet the pres sure of Die rushing hurtled on the way they were going as fait ns they could The Blreeta were datk and cd but the children ncre not filled their and left no room for They did not speak a work to as Ihcy hastened After for a illMHIIco of several the fore o over the dooi was at refectory last t And I saw something tKere I Hat touched my If I slept at all last It uas only to dream ot I am sir 1 have two little girls and I love them ten slrl tho thought of their coming in the cold winter In search of In such a polluted makes the blood feel cold in my Words so coining upon Fieomah he so dlnturbei him In spite f all bis endeavors to remain ho trembled all Ho made an effort to say some thing In reply but could not utter a My pursued the you have fallen at ho hand of the In and I feel that I am In great Yon havo fallen nope You may yet If you Let iu the name of the who Imvo in so a man again to funncphoe and and uhen he returns his nte all No one would stuped lhat hu had ever But when A confiding girl is she receives the brand of and Is henceforthdrivenfrom the ways of The bet ray er Is honored and but his heart broken victim knows there of the Society has hand for no smile of no voice of She is often reluctant lo plunge into a dpgratlallon at w hlch her fieart but this U tho only course lefl for are earthly moralities Ihey aro unknown of There a deep wrong in and fearful are tho con i Ay ear or the oc ooinplished lady and gave nn exam pie to the of her superiority to then misplaced A poor wietthei1 clod upon lords of bad driven her ti was placed upon trial before om of the roiirls of the city of New fo attempting to avenge herself upon hi wretch who had brought her sorrows upoi Childe had learned enough o the condition of the poor unfriended beiiif o awoken her and she vlsltci tier prison as a minlstorof klndnesR ant Upon the day of C hli Jo appeared seated by the prisoner as he and threw her protecting arm aroum the outcast and uhen tlio jury aiqultted she look the vicllm of sorrow lo he own refined and lovely and bourn up her broken This wan ft spccimei they slopped r of which wan Ihe journals abate lhe i Great dissatisfaction N ex ted In Iho papers of the B Tec ted iTs churliili which would uetihrr Hut let listen fora nnd hea how these p who rise above and atlftli cunstderatlona talk loca among The the day uheh of that city wero decide whether they would subscrib to lhe rtlock contemplated held tlio following language t i 1 lhe meeting puisiiant lo ad The appointed on reported B ncronr OP The were appointed for the purpose of drafting a pteantble and ro of the sense of this beg Icato to rejort for con sldprntlon the follow Ing we have noticed for seme time great and nUenuous rlTorts have icen oiid are still being by the citi zens of ccttnin portions of this and snppoitcd portion of those of our Missouri to in ducc hU tho Executive of 111 to call on extra session of the LegUla tiire nfotir Slate Turttionvowed purpose of obtaining Ihe enactment of a law or laws incorporating a company or companies wilh the neccsxniy power and anlhoihy to con stiuct n Railway or Railways across our a bentlug the Oysters and It was a strange place for two little girls like hem to and at such ah hour but after standing for a they pushed igaiimt Iho green u hlch turned light y on its nnd stepped into a large and brilliantly lighted us I1 exclaimed a man who sat reading at a Here are those babes Ady and Jane stood near the looked nil around ho Bui no Heejng tho object of their they went up to the and said to a mat who stood behind pouring liquor Into Has papa been here to Iho mau leaned over the until hi faco wos close lo the he hi an angry dont know any thing about your fath tWlr love for conjure you to rlno superior to his deadly Reward those dear children with iho highest blessings their hearts can Come with and Iho pledge of Let though strangers lo each unite In this Half yet with a new hope In Freeintu arose and suffered Ihe who drew to lead him Before they both lad signed Ihe That and to ho ny of his Freeman vias per cctly sober when he came After while Ady and Jane ucre standing nn either side of as he sal near their moth an arm around each of he In a low as he bent his htad down aud drew them will never have to come Tor me Tho children lifted their ejcs quickly to his but half understanding what ho I nil orer go there he I will always atay at hoino with Ady and now comprehending what ip h of female heroUm lhat few will venture t hnltnlejbut we fee sure that Child feels more true joy in thin exercise of a Iru and of a philanthropic heart than iu all the Irfumphi her nuhle mind ha won for She hud the jy of reMoitn an oning woman to tho paths of an nobly wcro her exerttonn to b the unfortunate being who had been foitu nalb enough to find two true heart in It right 1 hone things should be managed bell than they are some hope should he give lo Ihe erring some path should b left open to her for restoration lo it ftead of being driven through all stages desolation and degradation to utter polti 1 ho case w B have quoted from tl New York shows that all rue fcetli is not and we hope lhat it will me with fomo If Iho paths of errln woman cannot be strewed with wh should be utterly clicked with ihon and while men aro no forgiving Indulged in liter hiil pound pronounces tlte wnril In iJ not paid1 and forltuvilh theirwill to ilo well kiudtes Into Now comes the paying meantto so toilet such things pass A publiihor can live Wtlb such have a warm place it his a little baok of Iho up IT Htiol a utatt in wife or that ha may not have paid up for his anil forth with institutes they remember hat part of the benefit waathulrs ami Ute or no see that the printers bills are not among their fatheis unjoltled ao ojino the j men believe In They have fully settled U In thoirovvn a newspaper Is a good lake at the they pay up for the first al any rate they mean pretty I they have done they sit down with the comforting qotiviotlon that tbetr newspaper It now icttled for1 and this idea having mice got Into refutes obslinalvty but keeps its yea to truth an Illusion gray and rheumnlto with The EM inatking elongated am elongatlti space In the accounts nuTreut of their begins to aik If they are or hav Bjine to Now he begins to bills at snillicitly start un t the realily ihaLlliey are in arrears ami jik are at pay The nCnur his bllUlhey know bonk tell better stories than moss covered men the has fatlh o jjlong live tikeahlbtfrn the M By the decision of this question fix unriQharacter Iu the of the ji and intelligent the United Should we carry the demonstrate our our penelra and onr If we we exhi bit our our ami our In we secitre Louis he tenni nils at of Katlrdads fidni Gin cttiiiati n Ihe Mississippi We render It certain lhat nur city becomes the teunlnus of the still grander route by Railway West ard to the rendering Saint nuls tho great centre of the Mlssiinippi Should we fail jo vote for Ihe o lose forever Ihe terminus of the Eastern nad we build up a rival city above or IM we innke that rival the starting point fllio Pacific Railroad we direct public at cntion front Lnulii we prnye onrselves nwnrtliy of iho high destiny which seems ow In awnll and to court our Admirable dUInterestednesol be anie Ihe representatives of the State of asiembjed at SprtimfieM lo legilate r he interest of their failed o exhibit auntclent Egncratice1 and imbe lhat which would make Sainl LnuU the great centre of the MUflsirippi Ihey uniM be ahnel by these uu elfish Thanks lolhe penetrattoii lie theio men b r irho mortal wo be to next class hat of the TI And see hei any IhiiiR re I Doui t you come here from cnsVio teiminaUng on the sisip pi at Ihe of And the lure cf our In its late after dne and innlnre for valid nnd Hiilllcleiit roasona refuted tngtautpairl char ier or and such right of fur And a miriion iif lie tax payers of beliovo that nn extra scasion of our Legislature li entirely and would not In any in Die promotion of the general inleiPst the State of Ijtil uould only he an unnecessary and nn called for expeiiKO to lhe people of our for which there can bo no good and valid reason That the rltoils nhlch are now being made to induce the Goveniorof 111 to call a special seaildn of the Leclsla tjflhU are wholly of local lo promote the in lertsls of Ilie Stale at lurgv but only furtho of sectional lletolvctlt That we are most lOuculy and iinqtialifiedly opposed to any session of the LegUlaluio of lllinoh piior ia Ilio regular liine as fixed by tho believing that n call for such tneelhig would be impo aud deltlmenlal lo lhe great iulereats of our Stale aud wouldestablish a precedent la the of Ihe esnltsmnch any If you I will call my big dog out of the yattl nnd him bile Ady and Jane as well by the harsh as the angry words of the and they Martod back from nnd wore turning towards Iho door with sad when the person who had first re maiked their called out loud enough for them lo hear Cnnic my little The children and looketl at when he beckoned for them to and they did Arts you looking for your falhci be replied did that man at the bar say lo you He said papa was not here and lhat if we came he would set his dog on Ho did The man knit his fur an Instant Then lie Who sent yon here answered your mother know yon have told us logo to but we couldnt go until papa was And SIN AND FOLLY OP live office which might lead to lesnlts much Jeaes al te oter to bedreadrri by the citizens of our Ill wake him for Sinio Half intoxicated and son ful blB JuiiK so wo came for He here Is he And be childrens faces blight Hes at Ibo olher end of lhe room Ill wake him for oii Ady a their fat1 their faces Iu bis auJ wept fur very Low as all his had been etery word reached tlio mothern ear and while ho heart yet stood trembling between hope am Freeman drew a paper from hh and threw It on tlio table by whlcl ano wna She opened it I was a with well known lure subscribed at Iho With a cry of jny she sprang to his si do and his arms cucitclod his wift well his little in a fonder embrace than they had known for The childrens love had saved their fath They his good About eighteen monlhs the daugh ter of a rejjmclable merchant iu Ihli elnped fiom Ihe residence of her iu Walker No trace could be had of the unhappy girl for some when It was ascertained she had lefl the cily In company with a female and hail gone to Since then she had nol been heard and her afiliclecl parents had mourned her as On Sunday night while Ihe fam ily were sealed in lie a servant en tered Ihe room and told Ihe father lhat a fe wished lo see him he went into the hall where UebeheUt n femaleclaiely Upon hid inquiring what she she advanced a step towards and she fell oeimeless on Ihe floor lights were and she was taken lo R sofa in an Inner where her vail was when she was at once lecognlzed as tho long lout Tho feelings of the parents can bet tst be done to please j pJr bus tin hl e conductors by nhlch Iliblr nature are to en who are exposed lo xnch makes callous unil fen hey proxv they ama nrse wilh their of e IntrUp 1 to their management and he race frellcrs Is Any in tho habit of fretltnif at i or shows ellhei1 bad or else III For Is peneially jour low bred pea t that ire guilty of such IT is AQAirraT It is cv nnd otity and that Dav understood human nature and the law He Fret not iu a wine lo do lhat never fret for it Is always a If jou cam speak without netting or keep 2 IT DESTROYS Arrconov one ev er ever or ever will love an habit ual fault or or have no nlTcclion for fretful fanl Few ears ato sited over the graves of Persons of hiah moral principle may tolerate hear with Unt they cannot love Ihem PROVED item man of the1 xhei the fplldwlnn police report CITY arepCOitY on enough in hut the caur and occasions for fighting have a charm Dlkeinan and hai nit office we think Iti somfl11 art of the A r or somewhere1 mt Andrew a alouty nitldled aged countiy seeing an nnouncetnent in the philosophers wtndovr mt Ihe eh or neer and capabilities of any ian would be thoroughly rifted nut for the inderale sum of 25 entered the aud submillcd his noil to philosopher iketTian1ii Iho after slat tg his payment in and fe cit fng the specified proceeded at once o J i I You have a very bad said he n A very villainous Facial angle as that of Signifies you are very aud Vou hav nt onstrtrcllvpnoss to make a pig yoke nongh wit to make a oonikrtdrum nough judgment to know tho difference lelween pea flonp and cider AndF ivhals all thU back These bumps thru yon will and x worse linn a Louisiana f I iwoUM not trust you with a room full of stirap i rob ot a yard full of mill Such drclly head I never did handle since I wai a I suppose you come to be ainlncil to know what pursuit you ought to toko My candid you ought to Karl immediately for where tlieretf no for If joustay wbertf there are end these aort of no1 chance for 7 J cant good at all aikcd wilh much seeming iVV the answeredthe tno Combftt ivoncss Is large jou can I can flog an Impudent humbug on I ftl suppose jou answered profeit sor If thats all I can dot here cried and Immediately applied mf feelertt to he profesgoin crowding on tnoro than Sputzhetm ever amos Hero was an affray odd Its but quite common place In tin r mi Mead arrested and bound nnd the profemor supplied lotlier proof of his o in his I knew lhe man would1 rlke me as soon ns I saw hishead Chts nmps were almost flf big s LtPB AND Cradle and Ihtl more than the sting of or the hoiso of Many a man lias been dri ven to ho nnd to a fretful Many i a wife has and the power1 of these hat Ihe Interetls of Illinois were not blindly and lamely imtrendereitr What these mag lanimniis itopic uf Louis fear that a rival clly above or bclnw them will spring which will become nol only the termi nus of the Eastern but the starting nninl of lhe grander route lo the Thin very fear is a confession that Lnuir U not the only practicable nlacenn the Mis for such a terinlnih and unoh a start That all traversing dilllc fiom should have couWbo nnd It wai dilllcully that Freeman Hit Hero we begin to slide to the other ThepicUitesudden gels We shall dispatch the own hlljers One of theje may a uaper booauie wife wants or lhe ii are zealous lo read or a bor bor When II begins to coino JUntisies all thoughts about it If tri man directly o him at he enij of two or three he loine pay fof with growls aiyt mny He never pays any debt if he rid of and a newspaper last of Still he hates law and all A dun has Ihe same rflVcl on j1 that a bullet loon on a R Dicing from or sinking into the blubber He U Wu and soon Jnto anolhvr Tue Nix Cuw matter how began his ho never pro U didnt give no He na wrtedouw Ing point nnd a loo that the pro tense tltal the great inlereslsof Ihe will be sactificed unless Louis is made U sheer Shalllhe jifople of THIuols Iheit be be cause they have Ink en ft little lime to In quire whether a proper for dreaded rival city1 does not lie some where within hilr own limlU If Lmils has so much to have they nol as to lose There will ba time enough to pul foreverat her after they have fully examined Ihli That ihay are awake o Its is wvldrnl from the able repoil of the Lpglsla live committee on Internal That report LouU now pays one or nearly of lhe State taxes of their western termini nt nome pniut or points on the eastern bank of Ihe riv eligible for sites of commurctal cilies and that the late LrgUlature of nur in refining the ilghl of for the con struction of certain lermiualing at 11 oppniie city of acted good faith to the interests of the Stale at That the whole people of the Stale of Illinois aie deeply interested In es tablishing a system and policy In our Stale as will tend lo build up elites As as hli eyes were fair ly Mrtil he found that Ady and Jane had each grasped lightly one of his ainse and yielding passive y lo Iheir sufleied Ihem o lead dim Oh deai cyclaimrd a man who had looked nn with wonder and deep Interest Thata lemperaiioe lecture lhat I cant God bless Ihe little ho added with and give them a sober and If the clly of a vf did like He dhlitt want U In the first our own bordcri thim Increasing Ihe ermanent wealth of our by inviting capital i of eMahlishinR marls revenue arising from which will all for Iho transhipment of Ihe itirplus produce of Ihe farming All of hich report received and ad do pled by he The ullowlng resolution was offered hy and adopted by the That there be rffteen delegates appointed by Ihli ineeling In attend a Con vention To be hnlden at In this on the 20lh day of July with power to fill any and oil vacancies Hint may occur In the delegation by and instructed to use 9 car ry out sentiments expreised in the fdrrgo ing preamble and the Chair appointed Ihe following gentlemen vizi Joglah Mo Roberlfi Samuel Ilawe Da Abraham Uoao Jeiie it was oidercd that the pro ceeriingsof thli hy the resident and ami a copy thereof e presented lo ho Editor of the Danville for all lime to jnto the public 1 rwsmy alrict for wilh a request that I guess yon never law Iliem I me of lhe iaw them said ami I iifvrr wMi In at eail In this Who ti their fathei the the few years con so much the case gainst Ihe Marine Iniuiauce The il possible A lilllo group now formed around lhe and n good deal abmit man and his fall from Ono who had several limes seen Ady and Jane come in and lead him home as they had jusl spoke of them with much and all agreed that It was a most touching To nald how passively he yields htmielf to the little when they come a Her f when I see almost weak enough to shed are hH good remarked1 flirt t am afiald they ate not enough lead him baok o the pal hi he has You crui llilnk whnl you please about It spoke up the landlornVbul I can ell yon my opinionon the I wouldnt much for Ihe mother who would let two little things like them go wandering abnut the at his time of Obe of Ihcife who had expressed Inteieil In the felt pngy at this reniaik and heretoitfd with some And I would give leis for the man who would makf Ihrir fulici hunk ter be Imagined titan After she had sufficiently she proceeded lo relate to them the hlslqry of her life since she had fled her parents roof but her at once refused to hear laying that she had returned once more lo and whatever had occurred was all forgiven and The poor creature was over whelmed by this act of and iho fainted j for some it was impossible to recall her but she finally and we trust lhat her future life will be such as will make ameiids fur her mil guided Morning Here is a lesson that should sink deep to Ihe minds of all true chrUlJans and The qmMily of mercy is Ifilly exhibited in this and to nind Ihe noble icutiuients of natures great made by a fretful Iris TUB BAKE or DOMPSTIO Hirri A fault finding person In is Ilko the tlniial cliaflng an Iiiflaiiud Wo Ir the who is cxpopeii to tie infliienceof such a temper in Nlnelenlhi of all domestic trials and unhap piness spring from this Mi of this Shd wonders her husband Is not more fond of her Tliat her children give her so much trouble That domestics do not like lo work fur her That silo cannot secilfo Iho good will o young The truth she Is pcetlil and Children fent and du no IOTO never yet gained the affeo lions of a young nor over til she leaves off IT DEFEATS THE EBD or FAMILY Oov Good family government Is th blending authority secure respect and l with affection so as I this Is Ih ntcrprctcr Tlio fjuilfty of merry ii not Iraiiidj 11 droiijtclli 01 tho gentlo rain Horn heaven t Upon tlio jilaco beneath U Ii twka tileiteilj U ClDiici liim hit oiul htm dial to lira Tii inlgbtiGit In tliu inlnlitioit U ticcomos The llironO monarch better than a crown Mil ilioivi tho force of temporal ottifliutc of BWC anil Wherein doth sit ho ilrcail and faar of Iclngi Ilut mercy la RUwtt thti iccjiticd twaji It Ji enthroned la thu heart uf It is on Dtttlbuto or God AnO earthly rawer iloth then ihow HUeil Where mercy seoioni Men are merciful etioheh towards Iht of one anotnerj but If a wo man the may expect to live on un uariloned btiing the rest her There is a arbitrary rule of morality In these matters which we never were able to under When the celebrated Irish proseonfedhis wife for a divorce on tho plea of tbe covmitl of Curran brought before tho Cuurt the long numerous ami notorious instan ces nf adultery that bad marked his long antecedent to Ihe date of her Gun an confined his but conlended that the had which the wife did not and that what was nt I teily black and unpardonable In was a trivial mailer Iu With all lib pow ers of he failed In making out ymilli goei reat secret of managing young your fretleis may innnlro bt they always make two faults where the correct Scolding at a fretting i a sneering at a taunting a child treating a child ni though It had no fouling inspires dread and and foil en lies very dlipoiitlonsfrom which many of Ih faults nf childhood an are of Ihls Their chililre are made to mind but how fie at and icotds her She is sever enough upon their She iieems I watch them Iu order to find SI at Treats Ihem as thong they had no She seldom gives command without a throat and a long rui When it il Is not done in a digiiifird mannc She raliei pulsou across loo strikes pinches ihcii car slaps thiir The rthtlilrvn cr and poor has to do h work overpretly Then she wllUli fault with her huibaml became he does nol fall In with her waypyor chltno wilh her ai a FIUTTINQ AMP SCOLDING MAKE uevet receives confi dences anil no no one likes lo tell them any Ihlng and lliui procure for themselves INow childi en conceal fit as much as they cannot make up their minds to be frank and opuii h ear So conceal from their and wives from Iheir For Q man may brave n but he likes not to come in contact wilh iiftttcs and IT DBSTOVS ONES PEACE or The mote QUO the more ho A fretlor nitl uhvays havo to frel Especially If hu or she has he bump uf or der and neatness largely thing will always be out of There will always bo some dirt Oth ers will not cat talk and will not do thesu things iu as And are no as lo have no regard for any but their IT is A MAHKOP DitvoirrioN havo M much call ilul around him order to ruilore liim I arc FO thai they havo tin life is filled nlth many vl jstludes and sn fait do they accumulate hat ere he roaches the heyday ofhls Lifes rosy flowers and ny nre besprinkling his pathy ano rowdlng band of Dcathjlr aid upon and ho dlsap earance creates no more excitement nsy bustling than does Ihe retiring Iave upon sea uhlch Is sotjiit iicceededbV Ills 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lilllo and then pears m Ihe full blaze of the sun falls upon The truth of the quotation Tn lhe of we are Ih Be ye cites the holy man from the sacred i LINING An aged ininlsler was onicfaling nisi time al n public service of a congrega tion In who had been accustomed lo having the hymn as It i The venuiablo man could not lee and designed to dfipenie with To Weller I10 Samlvel lhat the ejitii ail o letter willlud lo make wlsli thete wai mbie A for an dinner 1 BBinfr Bfouiiu nun ni HTMCI u mnui v MMII i sim IM f u pai t yj j IIP MS p wnr f in Oeulltutsi and kind irgaid tu iho of All thing of mill is woilh ten in bsiiK of announce his he arose and My oycs oro r cannot ice11 tnd immediately the chorister ringing the line tune of Old Surprise and mortlficallim rendered stur almoft but tie njauafiCd to1 tslarnmer r meant but on This line wai Immediately rang by Ihe coit greualiori und the now quite 1 i KOI I Biutit but the singing and the couplet wai finished by his and beseech ing 1 do not mesn to read a hymn Strange ai U may fee this was slso sunfi with much and the old lleirian actually downlii BM   

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