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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 29, 1849, Alton, Illinois emocrcrtfc toe XIV 13 FUDUSIIKD EVKIIY AT JOHN 00 one square or 00 A llboralMciluctlon made to yearly ddvci corner nf Third nnd Philadelphia nmlnl ids illltbreht olllces fosKeHr Baltimore nnd IloslonirlJa authorized 10 rcwlvo Advertisements Intended for Insertion In I lili inner and also lo act ns Agent in any matter conncctOl with our of Ballimoroand is our nuthori70i Agent for the any other business concerning this journal in the Wo a late Dpston the following account of tho recent execution of Elder Ejioi of for uot Wllh livlVw To gratify the morbid appetite ol many for such bnt in tho hope that lead sober and reflecting men seriously to Inquire whether il Is reas onable to expect that lite Vibrnj morals can be or vicious propensities effec tually by exhibitions of this cha In addition to tho undeniable lhat Iho execution of Instead ol affuidlng a salutary example to has a direct tendency to harden lho heartsj and blunt the of those by whom il Is as well as to bring Into full ac tivity all lhat is vile and brutal In the human hero is a caso presented of a Preacher of lho condemned to die a felons death upon circumstantial evidence and solemnly asserting his entire In nocenceof the crime for which ho wilh his latest suppose this unhnppy man told the who can prove that ho did it not olcar that Ihose who participated in his arc murderers in tho most aggravated far morodeservihgof lie gallows than their victim Let all who favor capital punishmenflliink of We would not hnvo leUhli individual go fico because he happened to be a On the wo bellow that such as profess lo point out Ihe path moral and religious duty to their follnwmen should bo held to even a stricter and moro rigid no count than olhersand that their infractions of tho prcoonts which they undertake to should bovisited wilh moro severity than those of un less tho individual In question was a most consummate and did not believe in Ihe man o his il Is difficult lo conceive lhat he would add to be enormityof his by rushing into eternity with a lie in his andlhus dare Ilio vengeance of offended Heaven is far more charitable to suppose hat ho was either insane or gnilllosf that it wouluhavobrcn much as well as much more consistent with to have sentenced him lo imprisonment for or eveli fur a limited than to it cur Ihe responsibility of punishing Win capitally for a crime of which have been in point o may possibly been wo do not at this Ilihe to consider the very grave question at issm in all its beatings but for lho reasor already to call the of the reader lo Ilio subjoined account of the tragl ca Atlor lho abovo was and placet in Iho hands of the we noticed in an exchange somo tellers wrillci by be unfortunate convict lohls relatives Immediately boforo his and lelt in tin us rummji sheddelh jy man shall his blood he shedt i Hut do you find Ilinl In the mciitf added our r iu n wo give nnone part nf Ihe Bibln we may as well give uptho rejoined lho zealous I ho platfotm was occupied by a number of clergymen and sheriffs of Ilianeighbor ns who came lo see their brother vetch snfo thrnuoli this ugly In Ihe nidsl of them Elder Dudley came forward attended by Sheilff his execullim and Iho Chaplain of Hi iked and obtained leave to speaknnd ii solemnly asserted hli entire innocence ofllia crime fur which he was to and iresscd his hope of lo Which he wai confident lie could go from gallows as well as any other SealfhB his as sertion with on address to his Maker Iho Sheriff did his Christian and the lifo choked put of tho clay Wllh sniiles of and curses of lho edlfled crowd retired renew bfllio murderuitl wai perfectly The fun grew fast and and all the lower propensities icld their The darling propcnsl y of Jonathan to jockey nnd exhibi ted ilself in full from swapping jack Bniveslo swapping horses and much was lho boot thai paisetl from Ihe comparatively Irinu to the more prudently Tho deceased victim had many vhajntercedod and hoped for him lo Iho and As Ihe Governor lins Ihe power only lo and the Leglslaluro retains Ihe power lo these brothers hoped lo gel Williams In gtant a reprieve till the next meeting of Iho which takes ilaco next hoping then to net a com They were urging Ibis prayer on tho Governor tho day before but It is laidlhal ho kept them in suspense until of the last train of oars had left Concord ly which they could possibly reach Haver lill before the and then told Ihem hat ho Inw must lake ils They were thus deprived of the opportunity to bid heir brother Docs anybody in his sober senses believe hat nil which wo havo not over color but faithfully set down fiom a truo and careful ftas done anything lo prevent nurder or protect human life Why it vould oven bo safer lo let murderers go at argo without Iho sllghlesl than bin lo make their punishment Iho occasion of brutalizing 1819 Dear brother and lister am a bout lo Icavo I rejoice lhat I feel within Ihe fullest assurance thai Ishall en oy a far moro desirable state of feel as calm and my mind is as when last you saw me at lho school endeavoring lo exhort my fellow nun lo seek an interest iu Hint Saviour that have found MO precious lo me during my soultrying Tho samo Gospel hat i then preached I find sufficient fur me in all notwithstanding their never ly and I doubt not that the same will sits tain moamlil detail shall eloso the terrific through which I am about to thai same Jesus will go with and ever iear mo safely across the valley of thu sha dow of The blessed prospect lha is before Ihe toughness of tho Bless I can soy wilh I am ready lo be I am glad my sor rows end so shall I enjny the presence of Him lhat died lo save usnil nnd of my dear companion who has gone before I havo often wondered how Iho mnilyrs could stand In Ihe midst o Ramos and shout praises lo Ihe Most High It Is no longer a with iu tire hope of And though must die by the yet I am confiden itwill be the passport from this ungodly world lo one of bliss and Jesiu ha promisedlnstand ifwowill putourlrus JUNE so will not nil bo Alittlo more than one year Inva lorn from my to which as goot right as any earthly beinj lias o1iishome and by false accusation I was shut out o the pale of nnd away from m who nro ns dear to mo as eve children were 16 a HJ the1 clrciila tlono go lo strengthen Ihe never Aiany ol lliese reports wer as eilher ono of Ihe most tavVbeentohl bulto elites that ever or andntlhatMme1 WHerfeeHnJ tads of his one Irom which we append to Ihe account of lho that I am eolidemned to die for that whie They go lo strengthen Iho imj Tnovcr Many of these reports wer pressiou that he wa consummate has been cruelly Tho letter lo within but they arcTnTl gone now I love nnd I pray God they ma prepare to meet their murdered subject a Ihe liar of Him lhat judgeth righteously Thank God lam innocent of the crime ft which I nm condemned to die and inno ml shall I stand before Ihe tribunal wher onjeclnrc and circumstance are not hoan lul ll is not so here therefore must I leav W young daughter is replelo wilh good ad and may be read with profit by all per As the jail yard Is a very small lie aduihers of Ihe hangoramu well knew that u could not bo hid from So they eked inio Ilavcrlilll by from distance of 31 or lho i o ihi liBl And Iho fiiat themselves for by polalions of ihi i hlng Ihey did lo qualify cnre thai little todoo Tllc damn t lo lenl out ll10 f lo inrnngh tho nlalform he I i i HR h lllat be clipped this cxient o id fair The hopeful hoiun i i1 n llic eiRlilioring cf had a fair view of tlie By very careful and it drlikJCil lhal tho mc oml womonf wtmil faith of ca slro wtimr ni1 r wtre faith hiuk lhia Ia Isht o be auro replied a ferocl I in yo In tears I givo her In all confidence thai I leave her In U llioao who will be parents lo on vhose father and molher can no longo nard her youthful Teach her iray daily anil may God bo with an lei you nnd nnd together you And now I bid you in Eisos Below In n copy of n note inclotcd with iho and nddiesjcd lu the litllo girl a bovo mentioned Mny Dear Daughter can n longer be your nor provide fur yoi wauls in nor protect you froi unrounding dangernj therefore I have giv en you to your Father and Molher Ho They will be kind parents la and yo must boaklud and dutiful cniU to rhei always bo obedient and good lovo he and improve your mi nil re a he Iliblo great You will Ihe learn that God has said lie will be a fa tin to Ihe with Him your Moth now and soon I shall livo wilh Hi and where we nhall die no Nu my be n good and when you a In the fielil or lu Iho ask God In bio you aud envo jou In Heaveu lo dwell wf your Gnil lores lilllo cliihlre anil you rnuil lovo Him and aik Him puiify your little and fit il for Ii Always love lha truth bekii and to jour DJ them as you woiitil have Ihem dntoyp I should be glad to see but I but if you nro a Clir you will sixm come Imt commtiid you lo praying you wlllev Iruft In gracti ttndmeet your parents Ihtie will be no more And my biilyou fare we meet In This is from your poor dying tretfcHt It makes my heart ache to part th you but Ol do and It will be well and may a all dwclHogcther at last at right Million ivlicu al lail youm In Hymens silkon letleri So with vlcirjr And lco torn tlartj May Peace iliflil Tprtli her tudtl Ami thco ontwlne through Coming u WliHo womtingou li WUliltglit and nicriy i A number ol cxccIlcDl and other pcrioJJ 1 havo matlo Midr on our rto since tho mliUllo of tho prtioiit month to circumstances not ncccBinry o bo IcleHcO we nro obllgM lo notice very btliiiy on ihU oc Thoynrtj lho North Itrtttih a vcrj In ond Immediately upon Us lho United Scott Fulton Now York atllio very lovrrnlo Three ppr or rToTtHc EieaiEifangolical party in the Uiiitcil Jcing m and is conducted with much talent and IttackvHiotli Eittnliunjfi auolhcr British by the cntcqirising house ovo Thii ii n monthly the un mmon mcrils of which may bo interred from the fact for several years Its 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ALT A As to size iiicture to youm a whose lielglit bears I lie sumo relation to ti Uiat hi lenutli docs u liia AlJlJIltlSSEOTO TUG VOUNO WHO ADLt KK1J thoul of Wllh sparkling and wavy lair Adorning now Ihy temples theo I malio Thou surely art a jewel Of prlickss worlhl wilh cnnscimiro clear Flunt selilsn and timid But known Bometimcs to sigh Do gliding In numrouq Thy slumbers and tnuok And thus distract thy braW Then surely mayst thou iblil Maiden of the sunny So cruly rubbd of soothing Has Cupidc dart now picriod thy And left thce thus to die No hnaom loved one To kiss nway the silent And whisper in thy lentivo oar Tho cheering eong of love Ant solemn and solemn icono Thit ono to comely and Should Uius be Like Noahs ancient Oh be like tbo fcr rlnplfng onward arid ila Dancing it itIt to mist und WitlilaughlvrloviDglooki viewing oer Inn verdant lie tliou then like tha skipping So light at ftum evo to Wiiilc bounding to Iho Ohl may a ray of cheering Thy pathway and gild Through all the day and soolha thy JeveiM And msy a ymilh tlm In theei fill mood and liaiidsome Ills mien with manly And free fiuiu Mut ur ON THE DKAT1I OP A BtiOVKU Ohl thou blest whoUwellcston If mortal plaint may rcacli Diiuo carj Let pity bond thine ungel Unthy despairing partner Ills hopes ore his joyi hard rtownj Tho world a wlldernois apptarsi Ho loniti to ho when thou art Aud join thy spirit In tho Thy love was all his earthly In tliat he placed his sola ilidit thou aor his Till thy dear spirit Iwk Oh hoar my last and constant Anil let lliy lovo rest on mi itill While flcading with my Saylottr Tliat lib sMl Jiavft BtnHd n lo HtniU J tThe buvy lemon had and trade wai Ellen worked for only two chant and with them sho was con fllderod an extra When bunlnoii fell as the aeaion appronched towards mld sho was lho first to receive notice at no moro worlc could given out for loHis grace my spill Then wlrtii my gouJ ii ripe Jbr Ana I mtsjl quit this mortal scenoi With pIoMLirc yn resign my DIDNT THINICQF DV the wastconnidercd very good member or He was paid what lie vas a kind usband and and a pleasant and con derate He tit ached to the by his brethren i tho considered a pious and good And to say lho Lawson ould compare favorably with most peo One as Lawion stood al liis cut ng shears in a poorly dross d young woman entered his and ap reaching with some anment and If he had any work o give What can you asked Ihe look ig rather coldly upon his can make pantaloons aud ro lied the Have you ever worked for the mcrchan allots I worked for Haiiil lie any ihlnp for you to do not just He regular hands who alwayn get he your work suit him He never found fault with Where do you In CherrystrecL replied the younff wo At Lawson stood and mused for a shot I have a vest ho at length said aking a small bundle from a which want by o morrow evening at tho latest f you think you can make it very neatly ud have h you con lake It shall bo done In tho young reaching out for Ihe bun And I shall expect it mud If I liko your 1 will give yoi will try lo plcaso returned tin in a low I will have it The girl turned and went quickly away shu walked along her stcn Icr form bent and liero wan an msteadiness inher as if from weak She did1 not linger a no ited any thing lhat was passing in th A back room In tho third Mory of an oli in Cherrystreet was tho home of Ih oor sewinc As aho in a cheerful lo a person wh vas a bedwhich the room con allied I have got U is a an t muit be done by lomorrov Can you Gniih it iu lime inquired ll nvalid in a faint ami as sho sh aid otThcr bonnet and shawl an iat dowiMo unroll the work sho had obiah Tho vest proved to be ofwKlle Marseillc s soon as tho invalid sister saw sb Im afraid you wont bo able to get lha done in Ellen if is very partlcula To stitch the edges will aloii ake yon many I will sit up and get a fair start to Then I can easily finish it i You know a vest is only a day work for a good nnd Mmvo near a day and a hnlf Yes but you must Ellen that you are not very fait wilh your needle and far from being Tli work is of Ihe most patlicular kin ami cannnt be Dont fear for in lho will do all I have engaged lo ami th whohad already arrange the out out took a portion of it her lap nnd commenced her Tim two hero wci in bad and without tho oliler had declined tepid within a few and had become 8 much exhausted as to bo obliged to kco her bed of The ask of pr vidtng for ho wants of upon Increased exettlo was more nan her delicate frame could we Dally were lie vital energies her becoming more and more hausliuli a fuel of which she was palnfu ly and which with uludiou sought to conceal from through loss uf friends and chang of he two liitem wo thrown entirely dependent upon heir ow exerllorm for1 with prt dent itnmedlalely applied lien Helves lu ho learning of a trade in urdcr have the meant fortlieir own Coi fine in en fur twelve or fourteen hours a sitting In one great chango f nol long be endured witho producing ill ami on frail yonn al such a inndo of livii could not but make sail Inroads upon he the fulled Ul the time ol which we wrilln had to far lo bo Hulo moro the shadow of any thine With Ellen It iinpimibkto earn cnouph to supply ev Iheir iiimplu Ofien Mary w without btcauso here was mnney left after food and fuel we ro bouul Moro and inuro earneMtly did Ellen 11111 nnuHiit cm nn in mote varied unapt but thu of her labor became da am ajtujiato to meet Hit uf e returned on receiving thti I feeling t intellH an tmitflsillon tn her o ask for work that did not know how to Brother said the old who was a followmombcr of tbo we should not bin wilh much Ihoperson in extreme under takes to perform work for which ho does o With H disheartened feeling not possess tLo rcrjulsilo The fact that a young liko Ihe one who wan just Mary saw that something WAI in her extreme o rong Ihe moment iho and instead of sinking Into vice and idle inquired tho came of her On fhowa her to possess both virtue ami iming what It she endeavored to Integrity of character and these wo should mfoit and assure but to little purjbo willing to even atsomosacrl j Work U Mack as you are aware As nil Ellen could regain suflloicnt there is but litllo doubt that she llnd mposureof she went forth In search been to many places seeking for employ work at other To ono of her pej ment before she came to you It mny timid and shrinking this and this Is a very probable as ftsovero But there wai no passshe did not como to you for work until g It Three days during which wllh those who may bo dependent upon Ihe very effort to get work proved meagre returns of her were K Even the clothing stores had nothing to the utmost It may Clve out to extra that cvcti their next meal was dependent Reduced to their last Ellen was upon the receipt of Iho money that was ox American anon ccdote related of ft distinguished American clergyman who visited Europe not long Some English gentlemen were re marking lhat we bad no antiquities la Yon are soli 1Kb How so What have you ca we have the eternal of Gail and fotthwilb Iho American merited a Hit of mountains and rivers and waterfalls nnd and other of Ihe HIV jn wjien cteci o bg paid for makinglho vest you ake ceomed lo her liko a help sent from as turned a w and lln Cheerfully illtl gho work upon it ortng step and drooping as she left til a lato hour at and she to resume her labor with Ihe rising as Mary hail Iho work did not rogresa altogether o her Sho ad never made over ono or two whito j araeilles vests and found lhat ot so well skilled in the art of neat and ccurale stMcbing as tvas required to jlvo e garment a beautiful nml workmanlike1 Tho stitches did not impress along he edges with the accu icy that lier eye lold her was required and IB was troubled to find bo as careful r she the pure whito fabilc grow beneath her fin to ie frequently submitted the work tried o iconiago hoc j but her eyas were not dc Il was dark when Ellen finished the She was weary and falntj for ie had taken no food snice ami ad been bending over her with very tile the wholo day and sho ad no hope of receiving any thing more lo for sho was would ot bo pleaded wtlh tho way tho was want of every and par cularly food fur herself and made 10 Mini of seventy five to be tec civ il for tho a litllo treasure hi her ye and she hurt id olT wllh lie vest hn nomcnt it was M will bring home a little she as sho was about I nin sure cup of lea will do you good ami I feel ai it would revive anil strengthen Mary looked at Ellen with a ptly ig while her largo bright eyes hono glassy In tho dim rays sent forth by poor lamp but she did not Sho ad a gnawing in her that made er feel faint and a moat earnest oravinp or nourishing and oven stimulating consequence of long as well i from the peculiarity of her diieasoBut tie did not breathe a word of thin to vlio sho expend for her every ent of tho money she about to f she was aware of he moibld appetite rom which she was will be back added as she from the Mary sighed deeply when Sho aiscd her eyes upwards fur a few momcnlt hen closing Ihem and clasping hor hnmli ighlly nho lay wilh her tvhilo aco turned towards ho more the im ago of death than of It Is past eight and lha vest is not yot snid in a re I fill I had my doubts about the girl when I gave it lo But she looket o and seemed so earnest about hat I was weak enough to intrust her ivilli he But I will take caro another how I let my feeling get he better ol ny Beforo he individual had time In Ellen came in with tho and laid It on he nl which tho tailor was Sho said neither did the ail sr make any Ihe latter unfold ed tho vest In a way that plainly showci lim not to bo In a very placid frame 01 Goodness1 he aflor glancing utrriedly at the The girl shrunk back from Iho counter and looked his is a pretly job for one lo brine tho in an excited lone o A pretty indeed It looks ai f Ubail been dragged through a duck pud Aud such He tosied he garment from him In an gry and walkeilaway lothe bad part of the leaving Ellen standing al most as still as That vost was o havo been homo to ns ho threw hiuuolf Into Of Ihe cuslomcrwill bi disappointed and 1 shall Ins But I dont caro half as much fo that DS for not being able to keep my wort It is too much Ellen wouldhave instantly rcllreil bu tho thought of her sick slitcr forced her t Slio felt that she could nol go un lil she had received tho price of making In venlj for Iheir money was all an they had no food In Iho Sho ha lingered for a lilllo while when Ihe lailo called out to and Yon neednt stand Ihinkin that I am going to pay you for ruining th Ilij bad iMionKh to loso my mater in and customer Into the In Justice you should bo mado lo pay for lho But there is no hope for So take ynur self away as quickly as and neve let mo net cyiuon you Ellen iliil not reply but turned nway slow and with her oyta upon the aud be form roll ml from the A sho had hawson returned I Ihe front part of the and taking u Ihe brought It back lo where nil c ilurly man and holding it tu wauls by way of apology for ll part he had taken in lho liltlu Tlmtn abeautiful article for a genllo man to iinl ill Tho man no reply and Ihe lailu after a I rtfumd pay as a matter She know she couldnt mnku tl garment when sho took It Sho w bu mure careful how hho tilea again to iu lierself upon customer tailors as a uoo said the old in mild necessity drove her lo you f anil limpted her to umlcriaku a jo lhat required greater than bho certainly looked very It was bocisUio sliu appeared no pin miseiable Unit I was wuuk rmiuuh lu e had in them a which lo told of all and oven A great change camo over lho allorV I didnt think of fell In a low tone om his I didnt you brother Law said his We are oil more t to think of ourselves than of lie girl promised you Ilio vest this morn And so far ai that per rmed her Ii tho vost mado so iry badly Lawion look up tho garment and ox nineii it moro I cant say that lho work Is so vo y badly But It is dreadfully soiled id ami It is not as neat a job as should nor at all such as I ho customer for whom It is intended is cry particular utid I waa anxious to tlaase All his is very annoying of course but wo should always bo ready to make mic excuse for thu short rowings of here Is no telling under how many dliad outages Hie poor pirl may havo labored in his She may have had a sick olhor or siilcr to attend which constant Intel fcred with anil Interrupted her she ay have been from this work througlia greater part of he i order to keep her promise to Un cr such even you could ardly wonder if he garment were not mado or if It came soiled from her nd even you could hardly find it In your carl loxpeak unkindly to Iho poor ucu loss turn her nway and with nt the money slip had toiled for so earnest I didnl think of was murmured in abstracted couM continued the old that unhappy deprived of lho oward of honest am ilrlven ongilly way aiyou drove her just ihoul Iqultiesof which entirely ed the Perhaps no Country In world has ft list lo compare with Our forests sland as they utooil before the quent of England by the and the same trees have scattered their annual full age upon Ihe earth from which they in one long succession of Bat ji Is not lotho forestor the mountain alone that wo look for We have tlnf mostImperishable monuments of a noble raco among burial grounds ill our fields ami ovir hillsldoi heir bones mouUlor ttie fomnlntloni Thjjy liavo left their names pa pur rlveri nn3 our ger who visits when he the name of the Hrst will hear of anublo amifrom time tollmens en in ploasanl silence o Ihe musical lonnriV of Iheir nn forgot ten was lo deliver a Tera perance address In Cincinnati on Thursday Speaking of his peculiar person al remarks that a man i n man for all IhoV and an iiit committee went up to meet him at ho Railroad depot and after looking for some lime askcil a traveler if Greoley wm among tho was the Mad thersboen such a man on board should said Hie committee had a dispatch from himat Columbus that ho would be here to day without gc I may be Theres a coano lo iswered looking fellow id in step aside into ruin thus sacrificing body nnd in order o save from vntit nnd dojnivalion tlioio the could not uilnin by virltious I didnt Ihlnkofthati fell quick nml in n agitated from the tailora romping lho gnrment ho hold In his ho in ricd around hid and left lho Ellen was not tempted an the friend nf had But thrro nro hun under like would iavo turned From the shopof tho the wen slowlyhomeward At her n feeling of utter Sho hnd ilrugjfleil in weariness and with her lot but now she full lhat tho was Tho hope of tho hour ad and it seemed o her tho last When Ellen room where her iiter tho sight of her expectant face for the desire for refreshing food ad been stronger Ilian usual with and ier fancy had been dwelling upontho picas int repast that was soon to he spread bofpre made the lask of the rucl repulse had received tenfold more Wilhout ulleringa nhe Ihrcw lior elf upon Ihe bed bolide hcriUter am bu ying her faco In a cniloavored lo mother the sobs that came up convulsively Sho understood the moati ng of Ellens agitation It told her hnt sho had been disappointed In tho expec tation cf receiving the money for her Deep silence Mary clasped hamls and railed her eyes up wards wliiln Ellen by mollonlesi with her aco hidden whore she had first concealed There was a knock at tho door hut no voice hade he applicant for II was repealed met no re Then the latch wns Iho door swung and Ihe tailor stepped ln o thu Thu of his feel aroused Ihopaisive Tho wlillbface ofMnr firstn start ling Image of d on the platfotmwlio rame down wittruVji perhaps con give some The commillio man walked toward the lo whom he had been as lie expressed wnagolnc lolalk to somo Kentucky and In a1 careless Did you cumedoivn nn Iho I was Ilio Do you know whether was among the That is my The eommitleoman was dumbTonndcdi Ho said afterwards he fellliko a and know ho behaved like and ho baldly believe he had not been imposed up on until they arrived at Iho So touch for a A SLIGHT wajr id Iry bar where each mail was ralalliigv Iho wonderful tricks they had sorn perform ed by Signer Blitz and the rest of tile con juring expressed his contemptTorF fha whole declaring that lie could formany of their especially lhat ofr beating awaleh In pieces and restoring It It being Several watches were at onco produced for ho said there arc Iho Yes all lotsletf Ibo lie usedoiyslerious shook up the and at length put down the pes lo and tho do but by ilnry m urai n Binriiiiig image Ol death Hit licr tntgo bright eyes and turn Dil ujioii him xvlth an asuuranco that life still linpeied itt Us enrlhty natd the sick had hoard tho sound of foot stops on Ihe floor and now ralied up presented lo Jjawion lier Itaiful I was vrrone lo to you as I old lho uilluuit advancing towards ho and holding out lo Ellen Ilio money sho had There Is the price of that It Is hotter made than I at first nought It Tomorrow I will send you more Try and cheer Are ynn so very poor1 The I nit two sentences were tillered in a voiro of encouragement and Ellen looked hur but dlil not vonturo a Her henit was too full to rust her llpH tvith that under all cir coulil not but be nfier taking two or three ilol lun from his anil placing them on a Die Take his in nd vanco for retired and left tho poor sMersin adillerent frame of mind from whnt they wcto in when ho Slioitly of they rcceiroil a in which was a supply of Tliough no OUUH nntiio win sent with hey were in no doubt as to whence It Lawion was not an tmfeelfng man liko too many ollicrs in he did not sb negro tpca ing from Wlml Is aman profiled If he gain J lie whole world and lose among other tilings that many oat their souU by being too Seeing the cnngrrgatlon astbnisheJ beyond1 neasure at Ills he very emphatical y repealed and Iheuproceeded to explain1 ils meaniogt Many Mlcnd ipnrthe ami xvhon It Is they1 irooeed to divide it nrnonic Ihe 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