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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 6, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                toe toe fnii pODUSHBD EVKHY AT BY JOHN BAILHACHE 00 one 00 Far A liberal deduction niaile to yearly corner of Third nml miller cniineclc1 with our of llftHlmoronnil Is our imlhorlzctl Agent for llio Ttilcunmh ami will iccclve and forward advertisements intenleil Tor instilion us well SIB attend to other business conccrnins tills Journal in tho clly LIST OF ApHntcd to attcml llio Convention at from Madison peter JIOKB AW trirls llrljh Tolrus BJrnltock John Arclrillcs XValUcr Cyrus Nalhanrel rilirotlry loslah Harry lolrri William ic Solomon ftlmund Judy Hilton Hall Andrew MuKiltlidl Nimtoil Juhrr Etlimnta Gershom Jinei Samuel George XXilloUGhby Stephen Samuel MIC James Billing James AnliitoM Juiciili Lnllier UncknusliT tilvin Ifliirlos ImrniJJi Joihui Iliac Henry Henry Topping Lewis Hi Levl Itlchanl Isaac Scan John Abraham John Thoa Illicit John John VOICE OF At a meeting of llio citizens of Jersey hrlil pursuant to previous at Ihe coml horrso in Jersey on Satur rliy Iho of lo delegates lo Iho Cnnveiilioii to bo held at irillsboro on Ihs Mill uf On THOMASCuMMlNcsxvas tailed lo Ihe nnd CAUI BELL was appointed On molionj Inac xvas Jillnl upon lo stale the object of ihe rrtvet 1igi anil after rome reinailis inarle by llio icsolnlioiis passed hy tlio Convention Il at Salsm on the nf were coll ed anrl being a motion xxas made to appoint a committee of five persons to resolutions to be presented for the of this ph Scott Mamico me appointed thai commillee who after miring a short reported llio following Itiolulions which xvcro acceplctl and unan imously arlopled by said meeting That the citizens of Jersey trtomielvos deeply Interested In tiro policy of llxinri at prints within ouroimi vhero couiniercial cities andtowns can bo rapidly VJIH up for our own licnimt anil That we lrlihly approve lire courao piirsuoil lnhc Legislature or Illinois at tlrctp last in filing liy Iho termini or two of those great Nation iltrroronahfjrcs across our Slato at llio cilv or Hauler That Iho policy oniuil JinB try all prac iniMc low in anil cllics wlililn our own on our iiivigahlo lays a at liy Hie incrcafie of populaliiur creates o honro market Tor a part or our ami Haves us from llio humiliation anil cxpcnso I oi transporting the residue of our products to anolhcr rot shipment to a roroign and or paying Iriliitir for out Thai wo ore onroscd to a special session I on Hie sub n u nmitlih anj wlm arc fav n James Irom llio Family Meiscngcr anil JOHN My John bo in mine a woman of the old la rather slow In new anil rarely her favorilo custom or unloia by Home living anil painful experience that they nre When the great once beBnn lo cxlend ilself in Jonos wns rather Indignant at a neighbor for siiagcsting thai ulic was wrong in tailing a little toddy now anil oiid in selling out tho decanter lo u luu nuuio pure bevcrngo lo her visitors when Ihey wcro there wero two rr three mailers in which Jones logo with what called the ultra temperance pen P Slip would put brandy in her minco and wine in her pudding sauce and of Iho frowns of some and Iho icmonslrancos of would put up a few jars of brandied peaches every As for I though wilh my wlfuou Ihcso subjects if Iho troth wcro more didnt Ihinlc at all about I ouching her minco I always Iliom belter mode and boiler fla voied limn ony I happened to meet with home and if it the brondy In oblain ihe flavor Ihey I was for Iho Not hVv ng been initialed into Iho nrl and rnytlory appertaining lo tho provinco of a pastry I nosnol so presumptuous oslo sav Dont you thai a liltlo more n lilllo or nono at ivonld improve your pies I was not so presumptuous as did I know about mince beyond Iho pleasure of ealing them And as for Iho pudding loonldnl imagine he existence of ihe unless dnahod with Iho nnvorof innrgu ng tho mailer wilh in my pres said that a lillle vinegar improved wilding sauco vory and gave to II a nore agreeable flavor than The la ly whilo saying turned and looked to wards Sho stopped I donl mow unless Ihe vinegar nfrny race curdled her Tho fact the dca of vinegar in my pudding snuco was 10 sliodiing Hint I feltsour all andno lonbt I looked as r But tlio substitution of vinegar for wine las never been made in our coon We iiiiut givo up Iho but I laidly think wo would slanil the Last as every one peaches wtYo asjilenly as speak They wcro lo bo had at from three to ten cents the Im If peck j and any rjuanlily for a From morning ml yon heard lilllo else Oh Here doy until tho very sight of the fruit look away your 1eople dechncd when nlTered with the 10 menls at because thoy were henpnndlHey became Tresh toocl j ing STAUNTON UIUHT SIDE ChuLh r Rt M i h of appointing delo S he m to the of lJect of Iho llavron I Her llavron I appointed epare rcsointions where flliwns or u Piwintom Up Ilavo a mcolirra or our auil M e JLI iiTell i in an aiHolnliii tn ileirivu oronr T w kU n Slephen Saw l r j sr A XVm 1 S W Tlioiuas So yon havnl Ihe fear of lempcrancoso ciehes before your said I I rcspeot temperance ai much as ony replied Jones and consider my elf as temperate as ony Bill I nev er believed In carrying lo Touch Innlo haildlo Thats Ihe you I amn lavvlo said good Teoplo will call you a dreadful bad wo almost any Ihlng Ihat suits their If wo minded we xvould enough lo do nnd a little Bui dim forget tlio Im going lo get the praches and must da them Very Yon shall have the Accordingly I ordered the two gallons of and the next day the whnlo qunull ly was used in Iho process of preserving My wife put up a double quanti became peaches were The price of Ihe brandy was not to bo taken into tho Hoxv much do yon nippnio all tliein peaches cosl she pointed mo lo Ihreo or four jars of pie Im sure I dont A dollar and t hairy Just sixtyfive Cheap in oil So I Im almost sorry I dldnt put up some xvhllo about Tho brandy coals I sugg Of replied Five dollars in this to sixty five cents for the Oh no was llio quick ontxvcK There wcru two gallons of brandy at two dollars a half a Jones looked a lillle Her brandied peaches wore not so after I dldnt think about Iho cost of the bran or I wouldnt havo put up so But I want In rrnrl a jar to cousin nnd another to aunt Small damage I replied cheerful llrandied penclies are and ltd no harm lo have enough of Anil so tho subject was dismissed from onr My wife had a beautiful residing in New who often came over lo the cily and spent a few days or weeks with We wcro fond of fur Him was a intelligent ami won the affections of all who were thrown into tier About we wero taken by surprise with the news Ihat Ma ria was lo bo mariied in II was tho fust inlelligenco wo hail received of hrr having a lover though tho fact was by no means Marias molhtr wrote thai on Iho oc of the llio young bride and her hunband would CJIMO on 4nd upend a tow uilh Thijoriangcmiut pleased and wo made every preparation to re and entertain Tho young man to whom Maria was to be was a stranger to His name Mark All wo leared of him the of Marias mother hat he resided In Now and do ing business and that ho more far as they fully worthy to olaun the hand of their sweet In due lime Iho young couple Maiia had never risked so lovely nor so Wilder was not so joiing as we hed expected lo find we could hardly that Ihe disparity in thlr ages was sulllolenl lo occasion Shewas and he about With Iho on Iho day oflhelr ar came somo of my wifes 1 his was an article on which she piidil Aflcr serving the she asked Wilder if ho would have some of the braudied I thank youho take They are very rged Youll have to try my wifes brandled I spoke I can tesllfy as to eir u Ic their Do try said Ihe young in a coaxing turning her eye upon her husband as sho I can lake no And an my xvife rid sho handed Wilder Iho id ho took I doclarel you havnt touched them peaches said some two or three ilnntes Now that is loo fell from the lips of In n half reproachful cd at look Iho saucer and tast Ihe Theyre very fine said he very I never irnieinbri Inhavo met any having delightful o I pride myself on my braudied cmarkcd my in n self satisfied man Afler lailing the Wilder eal Ihat had been served lo him wilh an evi dent Try donl caro if t wai I didiil think Ihey wero so Its somo lino smco I lasted fruit preseivcd lu this Before retiring that some freshmonls were served by my imong them her brandied Wild did not decline Ihis but eat Iho ruit with a fine and praised It high got e ji for said my Have yoii indeed returned Wilder We shall ihem very You must teach her your skill in pieservlup I Toko wont I donl caro if I They aro ilcli Such praise nf her peaches xvas sufficient In cause Jones lo introduce them as often as it could be whilo Iho young couple They were served with Ihe dosscil every day set out with the lunch at eleven and introduced with tho refreshments in Iho on all Iheso Wilder needed nouralna lo induce him pailake of them day before Ihey wero lo ndcr out oflcr It was the first lime ho had done so unaccompanied by his Ho did not como homo until near tea Wo spent tho time I noticed a change in the young but did not think any thing about it until after we had when Jones said Didnl you think Wilder acted I Ho has been so quiet and gentlemanly to night ho was at limes almoit He seemed to bo in very good Too good shonlil Jio felt arid actcil himself out more I dont believe it wan said my I doiil believe It xvas What xvai it then1 Im afraid lies been no Im sure of Im never Perhaps he met a and took n so cial glass u illi lies taken more Irian one yon may depend upon I really feel nail about I thought Maria looker I didnt observe ony thing dilTerenl Ir said Shes never very yoi But Jones ivonld inilst upon it Iho hod broil nud Ihat Marlr looked On Ihe next morning Ihey appeared a breakfast looking in happy as Tho meal was a hurried as Ihey weic In leave fur New York in the morning line aild passed but lillle conversation Oh said ITH hi sloird xvith cloak on his walling fur tho Irunki to be strapped on to the carriage Ihat wai to convey hem to tho musnl forget the jar of brandied You shall have them replied Jones Theyll go on by expiess to Thais I dont Ihlnk I could en joy my without a bramlici What will you do when they aro gonei looking archly in his Do f unless xvo can Hud a supply in New The driver announced Iho 111 Hurried farewells anil ill a fewminutes xve were I like him very as xvo turned back inlo Ihe Maiia has certainly dono very So do IIo seems lo be a young mari of intelligence and good and fiorn what he 1 should judge liint hn uai doingou excellent They ceilain ly Into my most ardent ulslles for pros perily anil And mine resumed my xvife earn Maria is n dear 1 always Invert If I could strew herpnlh Ihrrrucli lifu wilh perfume and beauty cuuld greet her at evety On the next morning the jar of brandied peaches vxassenl as by ex Weeks elapcd onr leant ing any thing from Ihe young Itmnith a day passed that dkl not speak of About this time bnslnesi took me to New On the day of my arrival I sent a note lo telling her that I ivnuld her in tie I called at and after being shown Into an elti ganlly furnished awaited Mulas appearance for neaily five I begriming lo wonder nt her xOreri Ihe door opened and fche how a few wteki had changed In Head of to meet an en gcr smile and grasping my in the ex cess of ahvays shown at previous sho advanced but and when 1 bent to kiss sunk gainst and sho welcomed me xvilh cars and Nothing could havo moro cur prised me than this My dear said aflcr lead Ing her to n xyhy sco you in auch JiMrenf 3 Forgive sho strug gling to regain her ainl doavorlng lo smile through her nut Ive felt so low spirited nil ilayj I know It is wrongto givo up to our there ore limes whenxvo cannot help it I wish Iwire not so sho evaded all my questions to the cause of her unhappy leclingtTI could do little but seek lo intercut ISSr in conversa In this I did not prove very success When I inquired for her sho replied that ho was engaged out for Iho evening but did not say that hoxvoufd bo glad to seo mo on the next J felt very unhappy Ma and could sleep but little oil In llio morning I called early lo see a gontlo men whom I know lo bo with When T mentioned tho namo of the my friend looked Have you seen him lately I Yes ho Isaxv him I called at his house last I re he xvas not at was a lillle surprised to find Maria from lownejs of Im afraid has cause was my friends Cause You alarm me What You may not said that Wil der has been an intemperate Bless Abolil five years ago ho drank All his fillmis woro in great distress for It xvas feared Ihat he xvas about becoming a hopeless But ho suddenly re entered inlo and has slnco avoided lasting even On Iho occa sion of his or while on a visit to your cily at that am afraid ho xvas tempted lo diink for cvcrsinco he has been almost daily more or less under the influence I dont xvonder that Ills xvifo is loxv Ileaien only knoxvs where it is going to end He staid wilh us while in sold but xvo never olfered him either wine or Ai I tillered a Ihought of my xvifes biandied peaches flash ed my I hod fexv more questions for I comprehended oil two How badly I felt may bo It xvas about 11 o clock in tho and presuming I xvonld find Wilder at his I xvent theio forth Ho sal reading as 1 On looking up from the ho did not recognize But when I mentioned my ho startedto his feet and grasped my while a fluah pajscd over bis T was sorry I could not bo at home last ho half An en gagement xvhlch t lud compelled me to go Bill Iain very glad to see you IIow howls our good aunt Ail very I not xvilh tho xvarmlh of manner ho xvas out of ho I felt too sad at One tiling I remarked he xvas per fectly This xvas some relief to my You will dine with us lo Fair Wil There wns some constraint in manner as he said Perhaps Maria xvill not expect Oh yes she She ivished me to a Sriogize for not inviting you last ut you must excuse she xvas rather loxv spirited about something last So I Poor child what can there be to make her gentle lioort sari Wilder appeared 111 at and Ihis re mark rather tended lo disturb than tranquil izc his Wo found lldllliault toen lor upon any recular In a lilllo xvhile I went after promising to call ot half past two oclock nnd go borne with him to Trembling lent I should Hnd all my worst fears I cal led ai Iho hour ond found Wilder sober as when I bad left him In the morn and In a far better state of My feelings xyeie wonderfully On go ing homo with I noticed that tho mo ment wo Maria glanced anil xvilh on earnest look at her as if relieved from a heavy pressure of horspirit seemed lo hound wilh a happy She xvelcomed mo wilh one of her old and looked so like her former that I xvas half in doubt whether I had not been dreaming of all lhal the evening Aflrr and xvhilo Wilder and I sal convening ho said to mo xvilh a so lemnity I can never My vMl to yon came well nigh proving my ininbiit yonr visit here lias saved for il lias inspired me with a resolution that I did not yesterday For five years previous tho time no strong diink of any kind passed my I dared not touch for to do so I knew would instantly revive an old xvhose appeals I could not But at your table r xvas templed wilh a brandied peach I rcsliled at hut il xvas urged upon me so stiongly that I at length yield I cannot ell you xvith xvhal deliclil I eat that You nodoiibt remember how xvarmly I praised and that our aunt sent us on a jar of the delicious And what has been tho resnll Until to day I have hardly known a loher hour nlnco our reluiii Ib New Iliit the daik hour has I feel lhal I am myself again shall lunch Iho accursed poison no My poor xvifo how deeply wassho allTc Ird xvhen I bore to her this Iflrars oould have out her it xvnuhl liave been obliterated from Iho pages of e No one can Imaglno wilh what anv ely we listened Tor every brealll of Intelli gence from Mnrias and no rne need envy us Ihe painful anxiety xvo shall Wilder was lino to llh Up lo this time ho to inalned and Mailas hearl is a ain happy but mil so nor will il rver as it was of my xvifes irandiid pearlies revealed her husbands Of no more biaudled leachen will ever bipnt up in my lo use her oixn hales Iho very of Wirmno was I Krrnraijttrrzeu wno nave lecciv i fur retired from public ollico during Ihe ug a upon n charge of leller Iho follrmiujcimiinsloiii A new spnper bearing Ihe of n file rhcii Ihe dirVcled In a young I uirjj lu the family tf the which the Postmaster doomed it his duty to charge letter Tho plaintiff demand ed tho and tendered Ihe newspaper 1 which was refus On a niil was commenced against the Postmaster for unlawfully retaining Iho Tho case went from Court lo until it finally reached the Supremo Court of the United here II was recently de cided lhal the Postmaster had acted correct ly In making the chaige according lo letter The costs in Ihis suit will probably amount lo at least Tho amount Involved In Iho original dispute between the Postmaster and Iho plaintiff was 9 This furnish ci a beautiful illustration of the advantages of going to Tmj From Ilia North American nml A SHOUT SKETCH ITS EX TEN EDITORS Tho recent revolu tionary movements In Hungarian provinces nnd Ihe noble stand they may yet make a gainst tlio two powciful armies of Austria and have induced one of your con slant readers to resort to several goo graphics and with a view to in form himself of Its But as these contain no ho has haslily thrown together Iho following short accountof upper and lower Ihe statistics being taken from Macgregors published in London In In the Mill and ISlli Hungary comprised pail of modern Poland and Eu ropean nud wo divided into ten separate governments or vizi Hungary Dal Lotdn and Scvelal of these provinces havo since been detached from Hungary and It now forms a part of the Austrian Dominions being bounded on the west by a part of by Gal from which il Is separated by tho Car pahean by Transylvania and ami sonlhby Scla nnd Us present lenilmlal extent Is square Thus II Is nearly twico as latge as the Slate of New It wns formerly known as Upper and Lower but Ihis division has been nud il is now separated into the following six this side Iho circle beyond the elr cle this side the circle beyond Ihe Piovlncn of Pruvinco ol These oircles are divided Into of which there are Ihiilecn in tho first and eleven In each of ihn olh The principal livers arc the Iho the the the While Ihe tho tho and the It contains 50 large 751 markel Total population Of about arc Roman Catholics and about of Iho Greek about Gal Jewj regular army is There aro about of Knglisl acres nf arable vincyaids 1 abou English ocres of whole number of acres being about head of horned calllc Buda is tho stands nn Iho rlaht bank of tho Olid has Inhabi It was once tho residence of Iho Kings of say till when i was taken by the For lliiryears i was contested between Ihcm and Iho Chris and il was finally surrendered to the latter in In 001 houses wcro destroyed by but they have been re placed wilh Improved Immediately npposile on Ihe east side of tho is which is Iho largest city In It Is well containing many elegan public buildings and mansions of Iho Hungarian Its Uuivcisily is one of Ihe most richly en dowed on the continent of and this city of Pesth contains about Inhabi tants it is about 130 milos cast southeast of Throughout Hungary tlio Schlavonian population arc the most numerous and per form Iho most scivile kinds of The tho original gcneially aro n spirited and Intel ligent fond of active employment and a military as much as possi either labor or In thero were in Hungary not less than pri viledged Tire number since Hum has considerably They pay no and aie thus very and greatly retard the advancement of the most kingdom in Europe which also suficrs much from Iho wont o roads nnd cheap In Iho absence of a bolter account of the Hungarian this fron several of tho best books within reach Ihe will probably be acceptable lo your numerous Ils largo popiila lion surprise hut that statement with all Ihe oilier may he relleil having been collected from 1830 li 1811 by John one nf Ihe Secio laiies of Ihe Board of am published in From Hie New Vnrlt Kxnrcs COURTESIES OF Tiie interchange of courtesy among nIH cia next to social is a mong thij moil agierablo Incidents of hu man When Jacksnn went lo Washington as President he cartied Iris asperities so far as to lofuse even locall upon President Adams and thai or rather act of discourtesy xvas Ihe source of much of Ihe III feeling which succeeded between tho friends of When Taylor went lu his visit was In Ihe In com pany with porno of Ihe gcrrllemen srlecled as members of his oflcr xvhich Taylor dined wilh in company xvilh parly invited lo meet him upon Iho ore of the inauguration the President elect called or President and both rode lo gelher in Ihe tame barouche to Ihe in company wilh the Whig Speaker of Ihe and lib WhigMayoi of Washing Tho exampla was winlhy nf all impressed tlio xvho always dis Ural paily politics should bo InUipnsed a n hairier bet ween ollicial and trios In like xve have been glad to and as n l the terms of courtesy and respeiM whii havo characterized many who have recei hich Incoming of tire pieseut There ate riouift sir but they only maku i Iho late Pisliiiaster ol Ihe cily Ir oicd by his lite and not only publicly but bearing with him in a handsome service of a substantial token ol the eiteem of those associated with him We that civility and good feeling havo choroclerli ed all Ihe exits and entrances which have been mado upon he so far has been connected with thebesloxvment of of fice In this Wo hope such will be Ihe feeling lo the While II cannot bo rx peeled Ihat men holding and leaving llielr places of trust and will be lo Ihe changes going nn around II Is to bo that on Ihe one hand all will retire xvllh grace and upon the that those more foilunale will receive their honors with becoming modesty and Men surely may diner in opinion most and hold each other at arms length in all milters of con and yet for a moirent remember that the estrangements of tho head olfer nn for an absence of Ihat Intercourse of Iho heart which it nmrbolxvuen man and It Is only gentlemanly to re nnd even kind lo our opponents and ho must have he brutality of Ihe beast xvho would multiply cnines of ditpute by snarling and biting where n shiHe of recognition and a mark of kindness would mako a Tho cynio will ar sue thot this is the goodly outside of falsehood and It Is rather the fnibcarancn and respect duo to every man whatever his xvho It retpectablo In piivalo lifo and honorable In bis We may draw straight lines and build high walls in but thero are occalons when all such partitions should be lorn down and men made one in Iho freedom of a II beral social A SuvEiioLDcn AnncsTED rx CANADA POII WAODS OP HIS Toronlo hiamiinr notices a case tried at tho pro sent Assizes In which a Southern slaveholder had been arrcttcd kept a few hours in and held Ib Ball while on a visit to that nl Iho tult ol his former who had oscapei1 from on a claim on Iho pail n sairl Brown of compensation for services rendcied Slono xvhile in The court nnd very Iho Brnxvn could nol on a claim in Ca any compensation that xvonld not have been lecognized us duo to him in Ihe conits of the Slate xVhern tho while Broufn was He was accord ingly subjected to Iho full costs of Ihe toil whlrhlhe Examiner thinks he deserved lo and Ihat Ihe claim xvas a vile conspiraex lo extort money fiom a nlehl foirowinglhosatonfllieoxen he sought his Mobacco and finding a convenient he put il In his and not read ily obtaining tho full benefit ho chewed it most vigorously and as he did No tlremjtli lo Ihe tobacco No srntsoTir to Iho When Iho transaction of Ihe and the place where ho deposited his ho Ohol nf oxen at me OSE CHAW Farm rofessor of classifies tho following articles of diet as tafo nr unsafe during oholera times beef smoked toasted roaited gooil pep black Java iced Iced iced soda wa tcr aud Ice Vntcrfa fresh greens unripe fresh warm sour molasses and com mon alcoholio BISHOP DOANES Man Blkhop of New whose financial dilllcultles havo created no little remark of hat published a lengthy statement in relation His embar he hove been Housed by ex pendiluret upon Marys Hall and Bur lington tho two Episcopal institu at and nol by private ex Tho annual receipts of the two Institutions ore slated lo be but their establishment has left him xvilh mi uu manageable He siyV At a council of his called to cm tidcr whatshould be done in Ihis Hale ofaf the undenlgned xvas unanimously ad vised to make an astignmeiit of all his pro fur the bonefil of all hit and to arrange for the carrying on of Ihe Insti under his oxvn conduct and supervis but uu the financial responsibility ond business diiecliou of as before pio Tulahas been Tlio undenlgned gives up his property of every lo meet so far as It a not personal to him aclf private income being ruble thai equal lo his privote but grow ing out of hit venture for Christian educa in llio two institutions above and only detires Iho time and opportunity lo meet and pay Ihe whole amount of principal and Nothing dounled or discouraged by any thing which has he renews the do vollon of tho strength noxv restored to him lo the same tacred So far from bo ihg dauntcdbr he consider lhal Ihe foundation of Ihis great work Is noxv first made and he firmly believes that xvilh Iho continuance of the heavenly here lo fore every form ofcuibarrais In avory few will bo removed and two gtcal Institutions remain tn be per petual blessings lo the country aud lo the nEMcKiious Ihis side of Ihe oonliact or for Iho railroad is engaged wilh a number nf hands In cutting down a hill to Iho depth of about lu order to avoid a curve In the and lo make tho Irack For the week or Ion day they have becnbusy discing down aiiolhe strip several feel in anil had reached a depth of 35 or 40 On Thursday af whilo DeGolf was standing upon Ihis he was alarmed by a rum bling and looking upwards ho law a laige portionof the bahk Breaking which mint bury him underneath If he re mained on lhal lie wai near Iho blink f Ihepiarnau and saw that his only chance f escape was to jump down Iho a of 55 quick as thought his resolution wai for be wai In a situ ation lhal did nol allow him lime lo swap nnd he inade the alighting otlunalely lipnn inure loose Io lop there would have been death to him for the land slide come rumbling and dcriug close at his and lie had to do some pretty hard running lo get out of tho way of Ihe falling It wai nol only a nosl thrilling position lo be ml it was a moilmlraculoui Not noro than one man out of a hundred uve made Ihe EnijulWfV A YoKt or OXDM AT one Tlu ipenu aj Many one of the early settlers of a nolsh loriiiB sold a yoke of oxen for 60 del and received in payment a 60 dollar which he carefully folded up and depos ed lu bistobacco box for safe keeping was accustomed to make use of the at any hour of day or even whenem he fell an incltoaliou for Tho end of n divottJ Fall fitIll Herald gives an of tho siiicldo of a servant of nomed by shooting himslf with a ffe had Uecn kindly aiid elTeclInn ately reared by his Iho Into Manila from early and instructed by her in reading and Having never known n mnlhcrs devotion to his mistress was without his Intelligence Rslned tho poofbr hlsmasttr and Ttonv for jcars past wo have edj he had nol received nn unkind Upon tho deathof his grief for her1 loss drovo him to this act of VcnorcT A CUMPA German woman at has re covered a verdict of Ihe Troy and Schcneclady Itailronil Compa for damages sustained by her tlirougW Ihe carelessness nf an whohrought Iho tender in cblli with the iilaintiflwhilo she was passing alum a street in Fchened She was shuck down and her limbs crnlied so badly as to require A TTOIlNliy AT Olllco on Socondirtrcetlr XX III ivlEKr A TTOKNKVS AT LAW ami OKKKKAU LAND J O J liv R ISO A TruilISKV AT conutilitlonN tor Courts of llio Olllco on Atloni TTOHNKV CUUNSKLOtl AT LAW fc NO Alton nv Si A TTOKNKYS Jc CUUNSKLUIIS AT and A OKNKHAL Wilf practice in Ihn various ami Unltcrl Slalf s Courts ot Ottlce on tho FrimldtrS DAVID ATTOKNEVS AND COUNSKLUIIS AT and General LAND AGENTS for Iho Slain of III oil aa If TTOIINKV AND COUNSELOR AT NOTAIIV ItULICtlso Justice of the and Commissioner for the Stale or Missouri for lakiirs Olllcc oa B Fun pincorm AMoni Oil JUSTICE OP TUB Public J slrator oTiXIadlHou Olllco on of Madlnou Jlcbldcncc 2 miles East br A TTOIIKEV AW COUNSELOR AT Maconrrin TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT Car IX Macoupln AND COUNSELOR AT LAW X TTOflNElAND COUNSELOR AT Cir X Macoujrln s AND COUNSELOR AT Bun aooiiturit UUUIIRIC1I lUVAIlV TTOKNKVS tc rJOUNSKLOIlS AT LAXVJer ATTORNUV AND COUNSELOR AT LAWrJcr TITWIMll n rto jiii npliNEYS AT S3 clnistoulilrfoC IIAUI1V pi EALERs III M Wlnlonr 1alcnt rorirer of Sccoml and n III IJ xvlndow anil every thing in llrcir lino of 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