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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 22, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                TUB VnY often more afnaular scarce their poMwllon a Will they be able to make a good appear M puBUSHKD EVgnY AT lhan Vincent Is hot he C6u Yon know thata number fash slni but a perion of Ihe same and ti ionable people will be ihhihour noone knows where Ihe true If you doubt we will send them each i If stl or In a handsomo dress pattern with the Invlla i ho lives Ihere at Thi poor Perhaps we bolter do was Sunderlands approving and Ihe thing was done as 1 had suggented peech that need gi But thai hfllfhourapenl ugh lo say almost any and a dozen ny of us while express acts of a moral bear ai I paced the rooms backward and compared wilh our are rare and holding up to ridicule one who has done BY JOHN 00 FOrOMSlUSISOl I 00 to X llbm dedudlon nuilg lo yearly Es comer of Third and PUInhlptiU t mil il hli dimwit olHcei Dallimore and Ii autliorlisd o nccl Ailrorllierrienli Intendeil for In lo set as our tsniinl Agent In in milk jour rummys eows Do Up Ihe In In him mil comer of Baltimore nd Is our authorised Agent for the nnhl nd will receive anil forward ailvcrlierrienls btww Tor Insertion 11 welt u attend to builnon concerning ihla journal In tlio i n ordermill AWFUL Ono of our Ingeni sulhentlc rind valuable statistical publlibeda few years stales lhal the number of Inhabitants who have lived Ibe amounts to about and supposing the earth lo one vast burying end Ihe dead to hive been equally distributed over Ils sur II must hare been dug brie hundred llmfi over lo bury Its we do nol profess to be particularly good al as Major DOWNIHO would but It appears to thai If the eslhnale of Ibeaiitboroflhe authentic publication arbove nollced Ii this globe of ours muit be Incomparably more chronolo gers have generally vFor sin lhal about thirty ilrt millions die annu is probably a liberal If would require one thousand niillions of years to make up Ihe total of the awfu name of the town of Blooming has beon changed to Muscatinef Ihli we the Tndllrn appella tion of the section country In which ft Is We should be pleased 16 see a sim ilar change in every case where two or more tonni or cities in the States bear Ihe lime name not only because it would pro lent the confusion and delay which occa lionally arlio In the Iranimission but because It would1 preserve and ktn fresh the remembrance of the Abort i of Hie and keep name from the utter extinction now seems lo threaten Iho whole If The Beardstown Gazette of the 13th ilates Ihat SASIDELLcrevnBj of Maton whie laboring under great depression of Wiuerf by the death of hi put an titi to his existence b culling hli They were both corp IM In Ihe house at Ihe ioino e learn that the Editor of the QMIn tj Whig hai recovered a verdict of four bunilredand Bfly dollars In a libel suit a Ilinit the EJilor of ihe Qulnoy not sumcicntly acquainted with the raerlliof Ihe weshall offtr no other rtmark on the subject thanlimply to ex pitii the hope that these and tbi other conductors of Ihe press in trill hereafter endeavor o avoid every thing calculated lo turn their political Into bluer personal which nevercari btntfit nor llie cause which they are laboring to It Is understood that the successful parly in the above case does not design topockel the tiraney awardefi id him but will iremlt Iho surplus lo Ihe defen after defraying the neceiiary expcn HI of Ihe tho Welling ofa From Ihe Home vrhoio tvery liour Ii spent In homes green a Mm Where Menus lo Ihy soul circling As Ispplnj leaves Ihat form entire rosei Ihy Ood wellTsoon from this Ihy day j Paieea al whole household 6B1I sits aged An anger guest wllh lore as these ofoMl Make Ihy young childrens care That crown of hoary t Which Ihe calm heavens lore aa Ihoy heholdl llie glory of Ihat sunset ray Pisses from whose household Frep Ibrth Paaaei The the Tho overuowlng Win thai childhood Him who and al wboae wonl their lay with another heart though Aa two close stars Whose pleasant pathway lies lender watchful onej Where love ihlnea clearer lhan the mornlnir aunt Pralio Ood for Ihat In auch aortairay Fauci thou haat yet morel Ihy heart treasured ilore to Ti immortal Blrlht With raulant aeraphi hLio May tune ambrosial air To ever eloqlng hjmns of while Hrke lingering muibs tome harper Panes To whom do they belong Who hai iilome A lale Pennsylvania while a number of laborers were en gaged In bUitlng near Hun llnBlon about three weeks Ibe oijoe exploded Instantly killing four anil wounding badly or twenty of whom three ilnce and the recovery of some otllie others Is still Translated from the for the GOO PROTECTS THE A merchant In by blrlh a was dandling his little a upon his and bit face seemed to that he wars frrvorerj with wealth and and Ihat he looker upon his good fortune as a blessing from In the a a entered Ihe wllh four sick and half frozen I here bring you Ihe he The merchant gazed with curiosity upoi Ihe What should I do wllh Ihe chil dren sent you I fo no said the Pole the woman lo whom they did now lies dead in Iho seventy leagues thi with v Thekmerchaht have comet Ihe wrong llie narrator thinks But he without allowin himself to be you areN light and 111 so The rich mer chant was Indeed called A French a had long live comfortably and hnucKlly In Bii when about a year the French enter ed lhal they treated her more humane ly than DJeased lllu fur blood ha Its after she had lost he house and property in the great oonfiagra and had saved only her five children she was ai a suspicious penoi lo not only Ihe but Ihe country she would have prone to Pe where to find a rich oou But perishing with an after incredible she had reach Wllriai Mil destitute of all Ihe conve niencev and comforts requisite for so long she rounirln Wllna anoble RUL slan to him her a Russian plince gave he three hundred and1 when he heal Ihat she had a cumin in h offered her the either To oonlinu her journey toward or lo retur with a passport lo She then gazed doubtfully al her elileit himielf to bee T m narrator thinks hail wandered about Ihe in real for wlllr little renchmen for one would ask muclj are they a pah1 Incent did even as rid was unwilling to even But one word brought on and as the ole related to him simply and tmtohlngly leir unhappy and described his own he will lake one from and it already felt warmer lu his bo I will lake he thought nd as nt list the children nestled closer lo thinking that ho was their and egan lo weep In French for Ihe kind perhaps remarked that French ow and as the fashion native Ood touched his and he fell like father when he sees his own children weep nd and he Gods It be so I will not refuse and he look the our Sit down for a he oiillriued to ihe and I nil have sup er served The Pole alehli nipper wilhagooilappe lie and a light and then pushed his late but kept his he but remained Be so aid he al and settle wilh tliu lib me for five hundred three him red of she has paid Then across Ihe face of the benevolent there passed a ke Ibe shadow ofa Hying April or r the sunny My good he you seem to bo a singular Is It lot enough that I have taken Ihe children rom must I also pay you for bilnglni oem heie The Pole I will not ell to your what kind of a man OH seem to me to Is il not enough Ihat have brought Iho children lo you Should lake so long a journey for nothing The imes are hard and gains Even on that said permit me to Or do jou think bat I am so rich that I can afford to pur chase strange or no wicked that I raffle in them Do you wish lo have them igain But one word followed ind the Pole lo his ailouishment hat Vincent was lad taken Ihe poor orphans out of Ion he that bo am far rom being a rich and country have not done much lo make me sobul if that Is I can olaio nothing from Treat Ihe poor creatures said the noble and a tear tlooi n his which as from an over powered al it overpowered lha of he thought and a Polish wagonci1 and as the Pole began lo the ono afle he In and admonished them In to be obedient and My said stay yet awhile I am not sopoor that I cannot pay you you well earned since I have received you nnd he gave him the two hundre lhal voro Hill due lo Therefore the children are now provjilei tho fare la and if any of our kjn when Iho four chlldre gatoiuf the whelher th cousin would be orwhclherho woiil act he can now see that Divine Provi dencehat not even needed to protec the A better woman than Sundorlan does not exist any though I do say Iconsliler her one of the nail o the and Ihink Fought ro her will not call them by so hard a hni her an one of these isaillipoililan In think wello Onthis no oh oan accuse me of rarunota ware aa a general Ithiiik an belter of nenple than I ought lo I am nut blind to any bodys hough oan see and appreciate excellencies as we as any But to my Afler we had riten a little in the worli aildoould aflbrd not only tolive in our ow but lo enjoy our share of tho ologai ciel and luxuries uf thjs wo found on he was the most intelligent selves surrounded bya good wh and feeblest her Whither were not over liberal In Ilioir alter Ihou my son1 she Where you Sunderland truly believed the replied the and he spoke j friendship siucoie but I reserved to myse For before their he was laid in the right to doubt the genuineness of son Ihe professions iHat were T d is ilated Ihat a farmer of Peorla lately killed 279 rattle lorue of ihern of Ihe largest onlngledal mscquence of the occurrence of Choleraat the of now In While Sulphur Spring Fauquler This change Is the luoject of severe comment In the Journals olthe OF JERSEY whom belong It not yet In her jm an lrullcallrD W brC Wiymstoj orih o r PIMI r precociou i ttawsV M now U Wlyim amt lo ano r Ibr Ihe cold She how piovfded herself wllh alt thai was neceiiary for her and bargained with a who for the turn of five hundred to take her to hefVousin in Petersburg for she he will make up Ihe Bui she grew daily worse upon the long and toilsome and on Ihe seventh day she you the boy had said arid the poor Polo Inherited Ihe children from and could converse and understand each as well aa a Pole when a French child speaks or as a French child when one peaks to It in Not all of our kind readers would willingly have been In hli He himielf was not there What to do he said lo ReturnF Where shall I leave Ihe children Go on To whom shall I take Do Ihy duty said something in his bosom al Wilt Ihou rob Ihe poor children of the sole remaining which they have inherited from their mother the promise which Ihou hast given lo her Therefore he kneeled down by Ihe wllh Ibe un and repeated wllh Ihern the Lords Lead ns not into tempta he ai he rose from hli He then told each of the children to In a handful of snow and a upon the cold bosom of their in token lhal they have performed the lail duties of if it had been in their and that they were now forsaken and unhlppy Then be on his wilh for he could not Imatine Ihat who had intrus ted Ihe children to hli care would forsake them and Ihe great clly lay out stretched before his he inquired of is well as he could make himself deistoortWhen does your cousin dwell and learned from well as hi could understand Ihemi We do nol Whi Is his We do nol know Ihat What Is your own family name Vln The kind reader now begins lo re mark It Ihe nairalor could arrange Ihe miller to Mi Yin would be the children wouh I provided story would be an lot like themy dear Sundeilandl1 no particular solicitude expressed by not ew in any thing that concernedmy wlfo welfareand when she talked about Mr unes beingsuoh a good and Mi Peters belngio ilUlnteresled in every Ihln shrugged my andreservedtl irivileurB of adioubt inregard to all ben old that Not having been raised Infashionable II we had no taste for althoiij we had our share of whether oared about it or wo had never venti ed so for toieaas to give a althou we had accepted several Invitations lo E semblages of this kiiiih But some of M Sutherlands good friends and acqualnla ces instated upon it last thai s must give and they its such cogent that good sol was won I remained fur a long III incorrigible but aa nothing could put it o of Sunderlands head Ihat it was d lo her position and relations lo give a part wllh much withdrew my o and forthwith the note of prep ration was Who shall we Invite was tho first qne Our circle of ecquainlance had co slderably Increased within two or Ihr and when we went over Ihe list waa found to be rather You will have lo out down conslderab said To do without giving will replied my Better cut all was on my to gue but I repressed Ihe feeling Ih I would be unkind lo throw cold water up Ihe alTair at Ibis of its You havnl got Fanny and Ellen on yo I after a good number of raaures had been They were too my good but we dresi makers They we learning a in order lo relieve th an but not very thill from Ihe burden of Ihflr liked them very much for their good sen agreeable apd ilrone alToction their iShall we Invite them Inquired my wl Crrlainlj I Why noli1 The pruning down of list was no easy and II was not without many fears of giving that my wife last fixed upon the precise number of per ns who were to honor a The exact character is next to be and an esiimnte cost Several In ch were apd Iheir nlons and tdopled or ai they or dlflered what we thought It will cost at least a hundred id cnrne some understanding as to what we The sum seemed largo in her j If we get off wllh two hundred we may I It cant go above a hundred Wo If I nought it would coil so much I ould There is no retreat e have taken the Hep nnd have tiling to do but go through wilh the mat r ai best wo My word for wo all nol be very eager lo give anolher par This threw a damper upon my wifes fee ngs that f was sorry to perceive for now at Ihe party must be I wanted to e it done In as good a spirit as roin that I was careful nol lay any thing likely to awaken a doubt to the satisfactory result of tho coming The evening came in due and no things I must own that I felt iitlie for the of a fashion lie parly was something new in the bisto of my and I did not eel altogether Unaccustomed to le entertainment of eipeciatly here ceremony and Ihe observance of a ortain etiquette were I wai con clous of an wouh ave given double the cost of the party for he privilege of an escape from lha morllfi ations it promised to In order to give addilional beauty and al ictiveuess to our we had purchas d sundry articles of ornamental furniture fhlch cost over one anc vhlch were of no manner of except to was solalo before the elite of our com any began to that wo were in some oubtwhelher they were going to come a But toward nine oclock a and by ten we were Ih Ihe full title o uccenful My Fann nd were among Ihe fint lo appeal nd they very pretty i s loon as the equent on tho appoaranceofllieexIraTa hlonablei had worn and I fell al horn once more in my own to loo around witli tin obiervnnt About Hi irsl thing that attracted my nllcnllon wa he sober aspect of a husbont iy a few fortunate had acquire nine and lifted her into good sociel isilli She wai talking lo another la dyj and I saw that their eyei were dlreolc oward my of whom I what they looked and behaved well Whats all Ihli said I to And I kept my eyes upon the ladies as In enllyai they did1 upon Ellen and Fanny Presently I law one of them toss her lien ivlln an air of contempt and rls ng up make her way across the room t where n evident his a entlon to my The light of them lid not seem to produce any unpleasant e feet upon him for he merely shrugged h end anawerrd In a fe woids Ihat T conlii see were Ill lia wife was In arid placing he arm wilhin drew him away toward II He ihe was nol a humor to linen to any and ullh lu I saw them retire from Ihe parlor My flrst Impulse wai to follow them bi he truth flashing across my I felt i illgimnt at such and resolved to I hern dh ai hi a Illlle whif he oflended an sweeping past the parlor do with her husband In her attracting II attonllnnnf a third part of ihe moment and she had passed into tl Who Is lhal Whats Ihe natter we whispering about the II is L Is she ilck Why hai she gone But no one seemed at first lo Ihe lady lo whnrn she h communicated the faol Ihat we had instill our company by inviting manluamaki whispered to another the a away It went buzzing through ihe roon finding Its way as well lo Ihe earl of Fan and Ellen as lo those rif the rest of the co About one half of the ladioa preie did not exactly learn to kiTow whelher th ought to follow Ibe example of or not and there was a porlcntnui inome when almost Ihe waving of a finger wol have caused1 our parly lo break up In d The moment my nieces understood t feeling Ihat had prompted Ibe lady lo with draw they arose and were re tiring from the when I intercepted and detained them wilh ai Illlle ceremony os They benged hard to be per milled to but f said no for my blood was as the saying Ellen and Fanny are worth as many said I lo as you can find from here lo The disaffected ones I my decision in the and thought it prudent not tn break wllh and who eould afford to be Indepen Money Is a great thing I Humph I There a lime in our no We are people of character and standing now had rather a dull time afler Ihe wllh did I chockimyielf when about lit In many departuienls of du in IT WOrd A thftt wnllM nnTv ha on ma HA TUFA it Ing that woiiti only have made words arc our onlypoistblo r Sunderland feel ten worse Tho next time we give a parly We tali taking tlio words mil my wires She was recovering om her ilate of and begin ngto feel Youve mid it reiponded I call throwing away a tiple of hundred dollara tn a very bad i x U atrlken met When fifty or alxty iople eat an elegant and drink coat wino al my expense they will be ave themselves better than some of our gb bred ladies did to As for Fanny and Ellonvare worth a ed of Its my opinion Ihat if ihe new any would curtail her dig ly a If Im not much iniMa her husband will ffo o the wall before twelvemonth On tho next we settled all accounts Ith wfne china and Ihe bills were over hundred aud fifty exclusive of indrcd dollars as before r parlor ornaments lo grace ihe So much paid for worldly said after all was I dont think no ed to give another Sunderland sighed and thook her Poor soul t vllcr kind and generous iture waa She looked upon a now iaie of autl Iho discovery had ountted her few monlhaafterthla om which so little pleasure and BO inuol ain bad I said to my on com o must Uavo a Why do you say thai What lias hap ened1 inquired Simdorland has as I and his who turned up her arltlbcrallc oso at bur excellent Is likely lo aeo ie day when she will stand far below Ihcnt g horne ono as I Prld I spoke In an exultant But my wife instantly reprovedmy She letished no and had long since orriven the So muchfor My Vlfus Pailyl BEAUTIFUL Scandal aud slander are much mournoi aa tho worst ofthe unpunishable sins ul we think wo never saw an fnataiice o klllful itriklng at the root of an evil which was better than Iho following t Is from nn address delivered to a Higl chool of Young by Pea should1 be out outand pasted tipo he walla of places of aa is tho he larger proportion of it I done In the careless manner hero commei ed Journal There ore great laws of duly and roll which our convorialtoi ind the divine Teacher assures us lha even for our Idle we are aeconntabl o Him who baa given us the power o r by no means believe lha iero is any principle of our religion whic rowna upon wit anil merriment or forbid ilayful speech at fit reasons and within ilu 11 The very fact that las created Ihe muioles which produce th mite and Ihe Is a perpetual rebuk ould call o those who w nesifr Biiil all mirth fully ig mad of For a while the of the company under the elTccts of wine and but they soon lagged and a sober oast uf thought settled upon almoit every counte My poor wife found It almoit in ID relaln a cheerful exterior j and my nieoei loolted as if almost any oilier place lit Ibe world would bnve been apora lo At lent an hour earlier than we had an ts time and ja a great good and enow of no amusement so so wor by an as that convcria Ion1 which h witty and still plnyfu yet always reverent which rccicalrs froi nil and but leaves no and vlo ales no principle of brotherly love or relf Evil gos are ditTerent names for one o the chief dtrngers lo be guarded against conversation and you are doing much to wards defendingyourselvei against It by Ih generous mental cullnro which you enjn in The demon of slande loves an empty for slftude betraya a vacant Furulsli your mind I by useful reading and nnrt b habits of reflection and menial t hi you may be able tn talk about subjects a well as about events too Ion past or too romoto to interwoven wl If you must talk pe why not about Ihrfr good traits ai The trueit Ingenuity Is lhal whlc brings hidden excellences lo llRliI fur vl her very moileil ami r while faults lie on the ai arc detected with half an You Careful have your words always juit and you will only lake a ludklcntly Ihoroug view oftho liifluonce of your habUa of co In the formation of your ov and In determining Ihe hap ness of Out how low an oilima do many of us make of lie power of t tongue How litllo account wo are apt toko of our words I Have we not aatil to ourselves it U word1 whan It may bavo boon sharp aa drawn have given more pain lhan score of and dona more harm th our bonds could liavo wrought In a in on I Why Is It bat the slanderer anil the lal bearer regard theinselvoi as honest and wo thy Inntead of fepling Ihat they a accursed of God man It bccau they deal In evil words and they oo sider words as more Why it il tr Iho carping which filches n lit from every body1 good can haul utter Itself without a and makes ev ry fair character ils Ililnka better itself lhan a pelly pilferer wouldf It U b oauieby though batelesa Ihe tongue has claimed forltniflf a licen denied to every other member and faculty In noint of your words not o ly but help your character Speech gives de fin it en and petmaneo lo your thoughts and The unu tared thought may fade from the memory may be chaavd away by belter Ihoughta hardly be apaitof your ou mind I If suggested from a met without a welcome and wllh vai and U U not But peed you adopt and Ihe vol Ihat utluri them is as a pen that eugiav them indelibly on Ihe If you can an press uultind when Ih rliu in your aud mount lo your rr words alono that we can perform or vlo e our Many of the most important rim of charily arc those of vlng ta almost the only expression of char of which the voice fa not the chief min er and conferred in silent cold n wilh chiding and freeze no breathless haste to last piece of would not1 want i N to remember in your evening From 1 A1 the wasteful gossips T la which so much time Is a safe eonsclenceriook g onnau Almighty e though they may warm the is Iho solo medium of a count is host ofdomcstlo duties and in every i whose only acHvlty seems to be In here are many yoiing released from e restraints of and many older lu wllh few or no domeilio with o nnd no laile for read whose whole H aklng either al their wn homes or from house lo is glien tho for good or of Ihe unruly And how essed might they make that ow many holy ministries of sympa y and charily might It many oundi might it provent or they nly belleie aud feel Ihat they were wii ng out Ibcir own characters in their dally oechl But loo many of them forget o long ai they do not knowingly and abso lely they feel no responsibility for ieir They deem themselves vlr because they refrain from vices to Well they have nol Iho shadow of a temp atlon but and carry 111 re orli from house to with an apoities eal and a marlyis To say othing of Ihe social effect of is nt Ihe tongue thus emplo ed working out pirltual death for Iho in whose ser busy I know of no Images too lie to poilray such a The ills cetlon of a ilanileiers or talebearers heail vould present Ihe most loathsome specimen T morbid anatomy It Is full f Ihe most malignant poison Ils life Is all serpent life Ihat cannot ear Iho but finds all Ils nourishment nd growth in these foul nd malignant fotms of speech incapable of arming human reptiles of this nss creep about In some outward gillie in vhlch they could bo recognized by and ieir words taken for whnt they aro nd no would beg Ihemi for ieir own not to iin in which they wore Intojlio keness of a trooping I would ontreal hem not to be guilty of Iho meanest end miserable of all forms of spiritual till IdejI ivotild beseech If they aWde cimlncd p sell Iheir to get some bet cr price Tor them than Ihe scorn and dread fall whoso esteem Is worth In this wo ought to take In largoolais dlo many talk unthinh ugly and as If the swift excr die of Ihe organs of speech were Ihe gren eridofJIfel Tho moil III the loallng 01 iallry vanities too light to remain at lour upon the ore Ilio sol staple of what too many call conversation anil many are theyoung raining themselves in the usoof speech fo no higher or better such per ions have the threatened judgment following min grow stipeificlal and They con itantly lose if they ever had n intellectual and moral Such speec nnkes a of howevor genteel train coario and and that not only in but even in voice and manners and with sad frequency obliterates traits o and The merely idle fongne is ajso very readily betrayed in cannot Indulge in Idle reckless without being implicated ii all Iho current ilinder and and ac quiring gradually the envious and nant traits of a hackneyedtalp And tho In can altrac Ihe attention and win tno favor of those o Illllo by flippant and voluble dii will encounter In the very lame clr and befor Ihe rneiidlan of life Ii passed for II lakes a the charms that an high animal ipirils can to make a U tongue fascinating or even Letme ask you now lo consider for moment the influence which we exert I conversation upon tho happiness or miser A TnnE Ihy bread upon Ihe end after many days Ib will turn to of It la not too much to Ih most of us do more good or harm In th ban in all other forms Loo around a survey of whatev Ibeio Is of social or domestic unhapplne In Ibe families lo which you among your kindred and Ninotnilha of It can bo raced lo no oil came than unkind or ungoverne A mere harsh repented the next how great a me can kimllel The carrying back and forth of t idle not woilh an bouts w often break up he closest Fro every lit ml croud tongue you may trace n rills of whiding rom from house lu and separating tho who ought to be united tn the closest fi Could poisons wilh kind he aro yel lianiy In number at tl closo of a Ibe feelingi Ihat Iliey ha end the uncomfortable sunnalio that they bad they would need i oilier motive lo study suavity of tnanne and lo seek fur Ihelr words Iho rich uuclio of a truly charitable hn many are Ibe tails of Jealoui aud which go forth from ev ry days merely Idle vain and vagi surmlieit uuchaiitabte iuferences and co jecturcsl Thene though In point to Ihe neceislly religion at the controlling eleinei in All conversalion ought be Not that I would have pe alvvaya talking on what called rdlqlous Let these be talk ed of at fitting times smd but neve obtrusively brougKt forward or thrust BUI cannot common subjects be talked religiously Cannot we convene about 01 our our na and our and no sacred nan be nnd yet the conversation t slrlclly religious if ihronghput It oonvursalion we own Ihe laws of honest kind oonnlrucUon and sincei our sficerh be pnret tru it eok or Impait Info mation Ihat either party If It cheii friendly feclinglf it give 111 kinder Some SOtyears a latTbronB or astern ten years of nt by his employer to carry a avllyladened wllh to a nilo staggering under Us weight up a liat Blepp of aboutjhlrty ears proffered his and Begtithd e leiliouincss ofthe way by pleasant aneo good advice and kind words They Tied fifteen years passed awnyf Ihe se or of these now nearly fifty years of In his with melancholy nance and heavy His door openedj i id his young and fascinating just coming into entered to1 an ounce that a an old geratlemany eslred o see her Show him my said Ihe father and do my leave us lo Sho The old gentleman was hli have you ooniidep d my propoiillon I have and have happen what I will not force r r r by any act of the will of She shall ever be left 10 her own to by throe your property mutt go into the ands of Ihe unless you find some iendlo pay the twenty thousand Ills he laid with a and coldly lie left the The poor falheis earl was i ir Is have no friend to offer sslilahoe in this hour my severest Tn the midst of these bitter gain hisdaughter some twenlyelght years Am 1 In Ihe presence J washis opening remark whiolv elng arnrmatlvcly answered he y Ihat he was Ksnccesiful merchant f Mr and had borne on purpose oaslo of his ho might inn the necrossaryfunds to relieve his Morn as he shocked at Ihe mention of i irge amount r Is whiphwas duly honored the ier yas once mpreahappy his daugrv had found jomir ricnd 16 dliplle theiieer credli agitated his Ihlfniunlflcent fro ml an eiillre ilrangei Perhaps you have for reditor said Ihe t6wBat am I indebted Ibr that some eighteen ided a filenuleis boy of ten g Was the r years you aid cars of age to carry his loaded basket up he hillthai yougave him gootfwlvlceand iliidly I I followed I have lived honestly I have falncd woalthf and after many lave come to return o kind cast so II Is gentle that our younpT Vlend caught a glimpse of a beautiful gill of as Ire passed through the entry and that he called and illll again and at Ihe heart of the mana Ibis is and 1 fcnoio V Is truly f Weatfvlse allyounff people to acquire In early life Ibe habit of using good both in speaking and and lo abandon as early as possible he uao of ilang words and Tho Jonger they live the more didlcult the acqui sition of such language will if the ago of youth Ihe proper season for he acquisition of language bo pasted in its the unfortunate victim of neglect id 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