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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 8, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                ar JOBS iiai FRIDAY AT i44ooit I was born wllli dont jou think I am Irving IIIB to ftlol around rrlng ybuany and lo Ihdmootilalils one square or under oom and jojn fighting boys to deduction made to yearly till MVry A of passed over his Sit Baltimore and aullloriitd ai he tflectoMlis In i1 Advertisements Inlemled for Insertion Inothls first sign and he persevered JlSer sad slso to set as ourgeneral Agentln anyf hat a few moments they JJltsrceaneclel wllh our ynJ corner of BBltlmoreand ti nty1 Itpai Thenfollow IIi miP atittlOrlxcO ARflltl for tho I itoi unimj A IICM luiiun Interchange ofjlovo usual a the Itlih i journal In Iho THE FOttKST jtUSI ofWenll ly exchange tucks of fur they had no the to t7S H Hie paper around of the and It will be twice precious to f So Mary placed ft carefully of that prisoner at the We talked Illl two In rlo you leny ll Look then at which I lake the last time thli lock nf our kniappedjln a paper havo written onvlhat papert these wotds with your own hanil Reeny lo Mary U i i t i t Take1 Ihe paper Iwlll never come into my tt Isnt Ihe shaking of that guilty man a good proof my oath Ah I lee now Ihe guineas came but did ye think at Iho time what you gave In exchange forlhat bribe fills Is all that I and It Is too Tills preclpltato while tltT agreeable exclied li am In BUtptcionTU v he op bis arrival herej at Stepbano was known to bo the I rue stream an lit he wai confided to Klancjng alhls Accused dufy In ItTe execution of which whether there heart of the best lad tn thovworld ted which branded the character of astray the bend of the moat faithful lervant a man whom he bad esteemed To refillho nof this acouned ami who CotHldeiicQ succeeded In exciting poor forlwenty I do not knolvt t Dwells IB n grotto neat being nour a pmllilg w woman paint Uio mulnlght Urearn r f u M Whlto dreaming in cheerful A maldon near hi uetliiile itooil ipuke in mellow toncif iMiiliL woodlnnil and caverns c SlnLO thy t Havo frlcnilihiji i charms their virtue j thy bosom Jn this secluded spot i Where owlets iwrch on mountain And roiitllM creep from moital sight lonely art bou nol i Wlille mm Ins at Tho maiden In witching V To tho noble 11 SnobflWnilcr still and quickly souihl In winning with wlldneas to learn from tho In mournful M He Ihui portrayed Iho solemn iipm suie by Wends J lt l My falheis mother looj tft I My ililen brothers fewi And cared 4 am ti J Pvo trateled oer illltant Oer Polar ond scprclilnj llh fliitei n But torrow and plooiuie AVhile accklng gold among tho dead vL i Tint strew tho Ma mulef f l Hll vliloni Fairy Icilj Anil aihy on lonely The trembling youlh awoUcj i j And tailing up tils Wilh noliicd and feeblo His frame convulsive shook f He sallied by moonlight balmy fc And poured ni train anew While strangers hear a buglonear lo lylvan scene lbo zephyrs And glittering Is the The chanting sltalns on Dy eager car are quickly As something truly The fragrant IigliiHngli the To waR the f The noble now turning r A syliihlike form with myrtle li itandlng by bis J With beaming smiles hor features It la his promised Jcncy near W Then BolWirere poor but ady th wait for some unddrn urnof good they fniiiHy any tlrne This ilifeiinilon of i ways and all Impracticable far tjje I0 rar lover though he really yawned sleepily ai he tookhis candle aying HI s n i i 1 w Good Mary and dont for her nf mnrc serious et Hallrmtnas Ah Phellm1 silo Ill remember So she lhe next day brought tidings to Iho In nates of f hall tthat a largo body of peas nlshad risen during the and ommltted excesses too common in those Imes of apprehension and Nor lid they eml wllh lhat nightswork What s knon n inhisloty as the Rebellion of peedlly bioke and for months kept tho and in most At last the rebellion and then coimnen ced Ihe Ilial of those leaders who had been much for it strikes down Ihe man did you do all Ihit An hour and worlds have to exchange places with lhat man allhe but now theres noth ing ye woiilJ nol giro lobo IhilVlsoner Yell be despised and cut of from tipong menj I shall myweary jifeffor I loveit you hare broken my yoor in Ihe old gentleman slopped but ejes were elouuenl as he Well said In the course of a long he continued I have oflcm heaid olVthe outpouring of true never did I see Mich elo as there was in the eye of lhat ser vont when she faced her and ma Jo him a Even Ihe hard heart ed judges by the 4 What became of hei Ah this Is a true nnd you must not expect omlliiR of a Ihe prisoner was acquitted of Phelim Reony suffered Iho penalty of his nliile Mary again to her forgotten and Had lie land then attained her would have long since seen her name writ ten in Ihe annals desperate Darting from Ihe he summoned his and dlpilohed a hand nfal cuazlls to atrest tho fugitive and bring Mm Inlojhls In about a quarter of an hour Pedro Nil neziwas brought before latter by loo sallsBed himselfthat not aslnale pleoo of money had been abslraoted ffooihls trea the en deavoring toconceal hftd gone reclly and openly to his i In Ihe course of an Juanlla returnIhe age most profitable for mem 10 ed wllh Hie tidings that Slephano with his comparisons made between jailor was on his way to i I and iselllnn our corn i nol knowing hictt was I concluded lo try and residing eleven mites l can pursue the course Leave II to the chief said Senor to hasten his return to and to shield you from all Military can justice Is as Iranslont as It Is an he thM his death would break the hearts of his whole family that he also had a whose love was to throw a obarin bver his and the lovorof my who lives for her theiioiMnlaw who would sacrifice life for ai for a has wished perhaps to restore a son lo his a spouse to his And one morning Ihe condemned disappeared from the at onoe accused of favoring his denied feebly at generous justice Is as Iranilont as it Is and with civil justice compassion Is at all limes not out of called down blessings upon the head gs u of the worthy and the nappy family did not leave their until they had bedewed his hands with tears of grati which repaid him for his gold a hun dred J My God cried oaMIng himself upon his knees at Senor Alavas to think that It could enter my soul to rob and assassinate such a man1 By the replied Ihe In a tone of grave we cannot part Senor rl tho experiment would be Interesting to some of the readern of Ihe Prairie a report of my This Bxperlment wilh two hogs last season Bora J 1 weaned e half and a men do not how to titter a he pointed to his half shaved picion thus cast up unmoved by prayer or refused survive her my for she has tq ba and were now trembling and bathed In in Iho alcades together wlsli the domes tics of Ihe house and Ihe agerits of Ihe po licer t A charming youn dearest child of Ihe b ung girl Ihe allt e lait and lltntted the crowdol to the coittt to see their first men brought to trial and condem almost Ono of those leaders was of great the vicinity and when his caso was called from the every and flocked to Ihe placeof some to sympathize uilh the aged some to exull over his and very mqny lo see the man whose name had been held up as a word of terror lo refiaclory children and full grown said her as he saw her ar rayed In rustic yere not go ing lo the court to and nol bave heard of her only through a chance stoty by wanderer flora unhappy Indeed I she I will go and give Ihe poor a blessing M llh my since I can do nothing else for Why should I stay away when a man is 6 bellied for his became he loved us too well Surely we must go and say to him by our prenenco Hint c are him In our Irish Ils no placa for I lell ex claimed nllh sudden violence and then Indeed jou must not home anil think ol wnaFrm lhatlve got1 fitly golden and nuoan be married next or as soon youll only say the A I fUit was Conned Though living was my frame i i Years of my life awty did And slill I was Ihe At length there came a when I u A living soul possessciliJ 1 An thinking felling r With sense and knowledge Dut when the last loiiil trump shall To tho sleeping In that shall not be 1 Frnmthe THE BARBER DY The uar and eml for years have desolated have often given in this unhappy coun nol merely lo public misfortunes and llrlklng but they have at times In their hereditary those families who were the moit indifferent to Ihe hostilities of The following adventure will prove thai no cillzen can be seciifofrom Ihetrotiblcs Nine oclock had long cna fine day in the latter part of the Pedro entered Ihe sleeping chamber Senor Chief Alcade of For twenty years Nunez had come every morning precisely at nine o lo embellish ihe grave visage of nor and for Ihe he norlhy man found himself In Ihe presence of his most important patron at least lucu ty mlnuttB too The it 1s had not ro maikcd thli slight for he was busied in counting out set eral large sumi in allenllon of all by Ihe violence of her pro and by her Although her fathers arrestVas the occa sion of this yet it waf evidently not Us only oause there was some mystery con the Senor Alava resoly ed to 1 be said lo Ihe poor whoso former agitation had given place to gloomy was wrong in thinking tbal you had robbed my friend and I hasten o make you M As he uttered he signed o Ihe algiiazHs to set their prisoner at liberty but his astonishment was highly excited the slight Impression which Ihls order pro duded upon Ihe barber and Ilia Though their indignation was this was far from being the case wllh their af told me and I shall lhu lose two chll dren Instead of Is the cause of my grief and my Here the poor man paused amid the groans of his family bis voice was stifled with I have heard of this said the repressing his and I you from the bottom of my soul but I do not see what this can have to do with that which has occurred today and I have not yet my replied Ihe with a visible You can imagine tho trouble I have this mor to save the unfortunate One after the I have who were his and ore about to be come his executioners but I have found that justice Is that can easily be conceived in these times of civil I turned In my son In lawi and I have been able lo soften him By my as the tears officer hadsoftened Slephano Thanks my lord cried warmly I should never havo ventured to demand this favor The worthy barber finished bis task In a very different mood fiom that in whtoh he had commenced it and at this new emolion caused him to scratch slightly the chin of his he had no longer any desire to his faster than for Ihe first three and lhat 1 Improved faster Fifiy guineas in real gold Who gave them to je it the or i Hear the mastein own calling mo so I miitgo Slay at Marj or Ill not furglvo I dont understand1 and Ill go to the said Mar Fif ly guineas of bright and heavy ines on the glveil1 In openingtile case the prosecuting at torney was observed to look anxiously a round Ihe court as if in search of srme par Each lime he ipolnt at last wnl obliged to that in Iho absence of Us principal Iho gold and which were arranged in piles and Thh engrossing occupation prevented From observing Ihe singular emo lion barber was unable lo con and aloaile In Ihe suspicion that he had I have but one thing to ask he re addressing and plain your strange for It was that which led me to think you barber twice or thrice a round crushing Ihe borderof his hat with his clutched he then replied to the magistrate in a tone of ill concealed bitterness You have been in too great to assert Senor Alava I have not robbediyou I was upon of yielding lo afar morp ter rible i Unhappy man cried the recoil Ing lo Ihe farther end of the while the alguazils again seized the happy man1 he clasping his hands In have you a lung life of Irreproachable honesty In truth replied the bar proudly and lu a hol low It is but loo true that I was near a violent shild less courageous and loss disinterested than Ihls worthy young to confess sonor has consent ed to let him escape from the only upon heshould suf ficient sum of money to enable htm to and ell In a foreign Bring me a hundred he said lo nnd I will at once leave the Quern Mother with Sle phano under a safe and I will hire a whtoh will soon carry us beyond the reach nf A hundred ducats continued the bar THE GOVERNOR AND One of Ihe oldest Inhabitants of Boston has furnished the following anecdote of old Governor as an illustration of the force of courage and Ingenuity upon a mad man One many years a burly built In paroxysms of insan burst out of the aa and In his a heavily fell into his With his formidable mounted with Ihe terrible the madman rushed out Into the pretty effectually clearing the he was marching Turning a he suddenly caino upon Governor and was on the point of making a point blankicharge upon the vi tals of the old who comprehend ing his In a single glance at the fel nulldrawing himself up aquaro and firmly beforehis dreadful he hailed him thus Ho brother have you learned your exercise il si a M a me two weeks before tt was i without assislanco for four drew the two premiums ai Tazewell County Pork i t 1 s t f ssi tolhebnslli loll ee 3 at 25 cents pot of f iBOcers orcotnand n I U II Dtduct r Cost of pork per In addlllon to the were hundred ducats continued the bar saldthe Qovernoristand I have drained the purses of my while I T Vinnitasl I limit rrti nil MaillT1 i I ha vet1 said the fellow with a great ialdthe Qovernoristand llshouoiltig it by a He wara pale as death null til tuc uni uci uitHviu iw r II r ccnlJbiienleiing the clinmberan emotion der agitated all his and tears Ml from which could scarcely be ascribed to his fear dim of having kept the senor The Can it bo possible my fathel Ished IHs rrom Holilena THE IRISH REBEL A very original aiiali1 said laying down the Tribune of that Is thai asked my t I reler lo that scene in the tllal of Smllh when the Irih Is proved a perjurer by the unexpected tes timony of All the eircum sUncts comifelediwilh the visit of DAlton al Ihe Freeman office the hatly and successful measures lnstanllyilaken to bring him inlo court and Ihe crushing pow er of DAMons com pltle unmasking of would seem lo mark Ihe whole as an Inteifeieneo If all these things had not so seelt nowlhose nl V ie unsccounlably in Ihe great Ah the have made Pheliui Jleenay an i I tnnll never me 111 rowti first resort lo other Andmengre enough1 was that evlde all In the crowded Ever thing ma nifeslly depended upon the principal wil the and wilhmil his speedy Iho prisoner w ould doubtless be entitled In on Al Ihe crown officer finished his other and a gain peered anxiously about Ihe This time hl lighted with Phellm Phelltn rrled a smothered voice upon the opposite side of the Silence Iheio In Iho couri shouted Ihe sheriff Bui there was no silence III Mary Dono Indeed Ihe hole of the poor fellow was disturbed in manner which would have appeared extremely com had II not been for the sad and gloomy expression of his which were wet with Ills clanco flashed with a pe collar by an Involuntary shudder as il fell upon preolous melals which lay upon Ihe sight thai seemed greatly In increase his repugnance In on thU his1 accustomed i am said Ihe unsuspicious sealing hlinwlf in an arm without Ihe shghlriithoughl of taking the pieraulion lo cloehl The barber passed a napkin about the neck of the opened Ihe forgetting what he wished lo take from mlflook his razor fnr his and his brush for his ponder Ihen he extorted a clasping his baud with Ihe warm est i I Nunez bent his wllhottl and Ihe poor ohilil oast herself weeping In to his i said in a lone rather of a father Ihi lan a the guilty l you could not natural I have begged through all being able lo collect a quarter of Ibis After all these useless I entered my chamber this my partly to perform my partly to confide to you my But a feeling of a feeling I shall repent all my checked the words upon my even before I had crossed he I reflected that you were tho Chief Alcade o Cadiz that it is your office to maintain jus Inttcad of arresting ill fearful course concern wilh military mailers that I should per haps hasten the death of by con fidlng project which you could not but Alas II wavasad crroil 1 see It w hen too Proceed said tho Agitated by keen I od the piles of gold and sliver which lay up on the My God I said lo my self at Ihls I need bill a handful of gold to save Stephano and my When give Iho word of The madman seemed and stood holt wllh his muskel fitted close to his shoulder In regular drill fed entirely with corn n J pork from I am cost than 25 per and I have to tho toneluslon II is more profilttblettflsBoH oorn than lo feed hogs on corn not or I think the mosteqon omical way of making pork Is lo feed oorn and cobs ground together and soured In or A word wheal lurnlng to eb f U13 Biiouiuur in itrguiai unii i TUTII nwuuv Poise your fellow did Three years last I was Rest your firelockllhe fellow corn adjoining a piece of fall whsatI Ground your he Faoo occasion lo leave Ihe horse a few and while absent he walked over to one ner of Ihe whf wheat was then about rv one foot a man coming tlong that sided wilh at to Ibe right says the GOT ernor and as the man wheeled and step ped the Governor qnlckly ran up bo tho poneiful fellow and tho th seized I ly have entered Ihe mind ofan honest man persuaded thai you conceal some lhe disolosuretof which would cuse all to without andwllhout since both your liberty and your reputation aro at this moment In my Thebarber gazed attentively at ai if loassure himself thai Senor truth disposed to clemenoyi Ihen IIH anxious glance returned lo consul hl whom he still held clasped In his thli thought had onco entered my II did not leave my and It was this which engenderedanother nioro fatal and more hailntud and be wildered my poor despite all my ef vans The gentleman to whom I said was a grayheaded refugee from the great rebellion in Ninety He paused a few then replied In a voice tremulous wllh age Inp I dare not trust myself of the trial of 0 for It reminds me of the days o there is cue Incident of those which lean mention wilh more reoiarks suggested I wllllell yoii of a Providential Ihls tlrrie suceess In a dial of somewhat similar The actors were and iie now for gotten by few In the and saw the of a poor servant trampling upon her own love for Ihe sake of tiuthand jusllce In the cauie of can never forget that I did not understand at that lime In I afltiwauU leaincd by inquiry of strongwai the Inter est that humble heroine made Lale on a young map Bill were In the sei room of an Irish coimlry The Islter was a fair and bnxorn known far near as pretly Mary She had an hnneslface wliere the very heart looking and one for whose rest nobllliy a man mlghrplcdsBhls Al this moment It was clouded with Very near her sata youngman wjth oflhose handsome faces that we oo easlonally inert and always look upon a se cond Ills elosay hair was elaborate y his haid and like was markeir wilh insliicertty Ills whole appearance as I have just and jounc gill Hhom he was so eanestly been she wnuld never have lentd lo his and asil wholo Unner was and yet but they never make roe his lor nts powuer ineii filghtfnl grimacefrom the worthy aloado my epeakl sa Id Ihe latter by suddenly drenching his chin wllh death n tho one Slephano and Juan one after the Ihe first pier felt the molsti yetfluhing eye of Mary burning in and he shivered ulih bul Ihe voice of Ihe prosecuting attorney soon restored self and he testified as follows He and he rebels In iBhl IheirBrst ed the prisoner at the as Ihe leaderfandilhe one under whosedirection How Nunez scalded ma what the d1 are you about What has made oq so heedless and ward Ihls morning1 The poor man grew as red if boiling moments hesitation death rather than v Nunez another glanco upon Iho al glance expressive of Ihe keenest and promised al last lo disclose upon condition that Ills family aloue should remain with them in the forts lo banish A voice from hell whls pered In my that the lives of my daugh ter and Slephano were near and that I had stretch oul my hand to save Do you comprehend my lord Ol lladylng ced with a like an infamous the second by Incura ble on tho other a simple ges a grasp at some pieces of Hits super fluous to which tho sun with Us sparkling raysseeined topolnt met And the accursed voice murmured in that I had but lo tako advanlage of the that B ompari seized tho p and held him until several lookers standing at a safe dlslance and watch ing this curious came to the Gover nors assistance and the madman was so cured and in an awful to his This anecdote reminds me of a similar that happened to the famous Phy an eminent medical now dead and of Ihu Doctor i was a visiting physician at the Ijunatlo near that city and one after going his rounds among lire patients of the tnsll the Doctor strolled up Into tho top gallery of the largo rotunda of Ihe buil ding lo lew Iho clly and surrounding coun try While absorbed In the from his high a robust madman who had eluded his came suddenly upoivllte to his no lillle astonishment nnd bo dily But keeping perfectly he oaten lu order I whenwe oumi was first se him that I had heard It that wheat eat offal a certain time would turn to we stuck some slakes around the pieciu to satisfy our no lo thewheat withlillle or no ex1 cept where It had been eat off by the tanirjj and ns thera was head of upon but all we cut i i aavelt lo the HORACE Tazewell TSScrapsTof the Tuscaloosa is aqueer Here Is his It ought bid the maniac about to go down keeping perf good an d was turning i lobe his aw I e s aw Scraps used to manage Ihe business af irs of an uiiele In fai other p was very eoouomlcal oft words One the old hear Ing that there waa a bout at the by which he wished to make a large shipment of wrote thus lo Scraps NONCLB The poor man grew as reu as iu walerlad been poured upnii his 1 Uhe seeing no objection lo tire Into an ad BXCBll pnii s 1 e he directed tho to retire Into an ad IJolning apaitmenl and oonquer you says Ihe olulch1 r Ing tho Doctor firmly as a vlseI want you to show me They sny you He wrote back ut r do every thingout off legs and Dear a armsput Ihem togelberlake n man all t end then mend him np as good as ev t Se ml col on my BOH er and I know you but I want on Col on Coal you just lo jump down this open slightest hecdlossiicsB on your part crfine was of bul lillle moment In co son wilh the lives of my children be sides Billing beneath my deadly you wereeompletely at rny meroy there were no other means to secure my and gain he lime that iieeessa and direct one saw thal Ilie prlsoiieis life on the wofils from Iho Infoimer of every and found that hehad done full jus tice lo his lion In rrgard o this appeared lobe and re plied In a very low oiled one of the before Hallowmas evtlenclalm nut UWng Ihe trouble lo inquire inlo Ihe my you oau is siuBiilar he I You say I was not on Hjllpwmas eve Ibe resij this is all I have to say In I will not survive my remorse and my since f am about to lose my children show qo Senor if U is lo me alons you can extend I will extend It towards you my said Ibe vainly striving to repress Ihe tears which this sad narra ve had wrung from Can any of you till gain access lo mid1 do you blnk that U is loo lain out your us for bis estaptf The barber unclosed his lips to reply to his unexpected but the emotion which II excited in his formed such a audden contrast to those which had pre viously overwhelmed could EVERY TO 1119 has be nd locked up In the watch house Mmnnd BurkeTiaie in Ws Irileresllng report on left a place called on SalurdBy with a horse edby the lever of the s and some having to pass through obstructed from a wilderness lo reach a place called isiruoieu Hum t report It theni theresi No one i your if th J1 U 1110 plmllin the lips ot meiii ycnknow thai and W ibllhat I could tins you H I could condemn the my fjfs while je talk lo Id wail had not b jo bul give ye Ihe word at oncej I hU too with l bu Uheneverllook In your ymi item sold his Ulkiny only and so I n Imn frorn love to np in look w T y stammer forth two or three unintelligible syllables j he then fell senseless Inlo the arms isrstlll my and I HI cried with an energy which Fully confirmcir all lhat had teen said of ihu strength of her replied Ihe reaching landfill of my and uila lo the Jailor of your It is unnecessary to repeat Ihe benedic tions which were showeied upon Ihe gene rous Senor They weryo louii and in Olearfield eounly of Ihe man was found the next day a little from the road wllh the arms folded a cross the and the wifes with some other of her wearing careful ly laid over Oh Ihe dnry the body of the wife was found and lier lillle two years nearly four rhlles from IhB place wliere was discovered Ihe remains of the deceasedI husband and The poor woman had died wilh the child In hor It would seem from ap pearances hat she had remained wllh her husband until after his The horse had traveled on to Ihe first where his laddled and bridled aw wllhoul an excited attention and lei lo ihe The wife t niece o B respectable cilizcu of wenly years there have bee plosions in this counlry 298 many of Item rjadB crlpplea for while nearly million dollari In rierty have been The Inner insists on the of act Iiy compelling all high pressure leamboafs to USB eam il somenifng moro pel fed chance o 6B ALL klnd fie best m half or full OAllorders will tmi prompt FOIl A Block of Und In Rorw o addlonlo   

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