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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 27, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON ALTON larrow fell not Or from tho to lo bejilrcd to do the c nd I for lotiirn nfghl Into At last he grand display look place saldUosephlnej you stooped so low that ll ue than many and I am lo ba paid two ilojl book keeper and mam of al Tho current of thought In the of the unfoitunalB falW wai diverted from the So tliat book w less at is 1 pUJJMSHED EVERY AT BY JOHN square or l oo For each fio A liberal deduction made lo yearly V B comer of Third and rhmaill sis i Philadelphia and ni Ms dlflcrant onlcct Hi Baltimore and Boilonijli aulhorljml in HMlM Advertisements Inlendcd for Inierllon in bliuiperiand alio to act as our general Agonlln any oilier connects J with our corner of Baltimore and soalh li ll our authorized ARdnt Ibr the and will receive anil Ibnvard advertisements MirW for Insertion aa well as attend to other builnen concerning Iliii journal In Uto f j THOUGHTS OP No itckneii No wcnry waiting of the frame fearful ihriiiklriff from the midnight t No Uread of iuramefi bright Biul fervid WK anu was told that her story was well written but not She i atld two she was InfoVmed hat It was bul Iho proprietor had pay for any because he could gel as many as w free of well lo be out good enough for common The second after delivering hor poem al Iho magazine and walling a nonlh Or it as Informed ibat It had been mislaid and probably The tea cher day after In htr school expect ng bul although sbe lad sold a valuable gold ring to pay for ho print rig and distribution of an advertising no pupils Ibe n Ihu become and having 10 means lo purchase a stove and sho r TV vision No viln pellllon for a swift tearful no broken aro 1 Care liasno home Within that realm orccasclcis pralic anil song 1 lonlng bllloiri break and melt In Fjrfrom tho mansions of Tbo storms black athwart cclcalial i III walling blend nol wilh the voice or Um tender uowrot fades Honiglitillstllls III chilling dows the tender mime No mornii nccilod iherel Ills Tho lantUrglorj from Its Maker i No parted friends rccollecllonsihavo to douth enduring lovo To watch tho coming of a iiulaelcss Sleep I No withered flower Or Halted celestial gardens knowl No or tlereo descending Scatters destruction like a ruthless No battleword startles the sacred Roata with fear ami dreadl Tho long of Creations morning li uog or ongela rootsloiis trcaill us Uhoine like this await Iho weary aoull tliou atrickon onol thy wounded heart bleed no more at sorrows atom Wilh Faith our Whiterobed and Innocent to tread tho Why fear lo plunge In Jordans rolling AaU Hod tho haven or eternal II fi s Jong time we have met any tblnz ao twchiniso bcoutilhl as thefolio which It waa originally bund la a late London Athonmum and entitled Tin IOOLI A huiband la bchdlnc oVerlhe fotm of hli dead f Take her faded hand in Hand that no more anawereth Itlndlyi Sco tho eyes were wont to Ultoring now atarins Tender apoech dcp Speech that echoed EO Rnna no more the circling brightening every parti Them It alumbereth cold forever No more merry leap anil No more flushing cheeks to In Its allont Lome ho heart 1 Hope not answered to your praying 1 lies she there that ever will be Something something Came with numlren ioft ns She Is with Him otherwhere I KNOWLEDGE NOT UNFRIENDLY AND IIIow I envy those Ignorant Irish Lnry Shannon lo her I I of and then I should not be Lucy was the danshlor of a uprjllemari Wio Had lost his properlythrough the mis of others in whom he had con In hli he had afforded m dsiighlers the best means of obtaining a and few yonng ladles were at the same so When Ihe blnw first fell upon Ihey traced themselves lo boar not fully milling Ihe deprivations to which Ihey were lobe they were who had paiied Ihe meridian of but who still re Ulneil a good portion of did not do became ho felt assured as ther fatal channel Inlo nhlchil seemed Inclined to run j and resolving not lobe outdone I sec his he hastily arose went dollar determined lo find something to howev Now I er degrading It might appear to The absence of Slianni for Ihr11 h howev Now tell ui your the I was nailing for a not at lime afler Josephine forJl Jl tIfilfs ahc7somV e procured by he fouith daughter for ny but at last a considerable job was engaged at a very low As the lope of the family scorned to real upon this Ihe sisters all took and the work nas promptly and very The employer was well bul ho did nol pay aifd because they called too as he for he concluded not o employ such Iroublcsomo persons any Not finding employ from the youngest parted wilh some valuable at a and purchased some which she mado up In the hopes of finding a ready made articles bul she was obliged to sell Ihe articles at less than the cost of the lo got some edlclne for her sick and sulferlng Unable lo gel a smallloan from any of s former lo recommence Shannon endeavored lo obtain employ muni as a book keeper or clerk but his Friends could not bear to employ one who had perhaps emptoj ed Ihem in other and strangers preferred a younger II was on his return after a vain appll cation for a suboidinalo situation in a lhaf Lucy ullered Ihe ejaculation with which this tale If I had no ver known what it was lo bo well I should be said she and If I were a thousand avenues of pain would be All 1 itlsh that I was I could bear Ihe loss of properly w llhoul a said her but when I seo I loie so I nm distressed bul I am sllll unwilling lo believe lhat edu cation really and necessarily Increases our mid our Inability lo obtain the means of a comfortable If we were Ignorant we could and said Ihe youngest dough ler there is a demand for wo must Why may wo nol become servants then laid daughter surely It will do no harm to carry a lilllo science Into lie You have not Ihe necessary slreMglli said Ihe mother and it Is leu lo one If any body would employ I am determined lo try said for if I can gel a I shall To able to make Lizzy more at least donl cry so it will nol hurl in my own to become a do and I have grown loo desperate to care what olhers may think of Annas resolution seemed to put courage inlo her after some the whole four Iho next to make the experiment of going out loser Shannon opposed Ihe plan until he found II useless to do and he obliged lo consent lo have the family scat lered for a In Ibe hope of a future shall apply directly lo our ministers said for I know she Hauls an American She will know my said trust sho said I do not mean lo go as if I was I shall go lo some If I said for Ihey give higher wages than pri vate families You will bo much exposed said Ihe anxious mother I pray you nolto risk such Never fear Anna I charm ueoanneno ten assured as there saiu been no loss qf integrity in Ihe loss of of you jwhon I am in those who had been his if I shall surely wjmr u ioni In prosperity would be and even liv furnish him wilh the means Iho second daughter commencing business again In a sofe and wi lr nursery nnil lake care b Itollsd in the economy had Ihe fullest were fallncl One rich lo whom he applied for became Die bank rupt cmild nive no security but probity and general A who was Immensely refu on he ground that had pieced all his jn the hands of a he did nol even refer A who had been his very re abloek r erecting a of and II required all ho I ho was himself obll thought thai never have any pecuniary each for it a ways de tad H l00 lillre ln dwelling and re ln In which Ibey fe r furnnj lo at auction by Ibe exempted by law nf to furnish even whicl1 few the mcaiii of purchailnj s bill I shall be afrair to icacn shonir become as helpless and unhappy as Iwill lake any I can if It is noi a said thu fourth for il is best for servants not to bo to After arranging their and concHul tig to call at home next Ihe sinter dsed Ihe feeble and retired in bet lersplrllii than to small and III ventilated the next forenoon the sisters plainly set out ou thel God said thi distressed as they left he doori h followed them wilh his eyes until a turn It tho streetConcealed and then gave free lo his r The cxcilemcnt thus produced by the do parluro of her children would have over come the whose frame was natur ally feeble had not the same cause increa sed tho Illness of and obliged Ih parent lo forget herself In her anxietyfo Ihe sulTering and oflllctcd Left I some degree the full weight of lit distress came upon Ihe affectionate father At first he was disposed to joy violent hand upon because he wo unwilling to or submlflo any humili allon for the sake of his but be cause he seemed lobe in their and per haps by his he rendered Ihem more completely the hearts of Ih moil worldly would be touched and som relief Cab It thought thai a goo education unfits us lo obtain a or has a mistake been so that while Ihe Intellect has been som other point as has been nejlec Ills excellent he ha instructed Ihe children In all the essential of good housewifery but Ibey were rathe calculated lo preside over a household lha lo do Ihe labor Ip which Ihe domestic mus Al this dork Ihe voice o Lizzy reached his ear from tho next room The poor sick child had undertaken to com fort her and was just calling to he recollection Ihe words of our Saviour encourage his follower to unwav erlng ttust In he assured Ibein n na f ICIIKVVU tVIICIl InOI e after apparently qlialnlanco nllh my When ono repents he has n right lo ex cel x I should uso the and lepay li ll I ever lo iem or spmo sufTeilng fellow lhatlsmyvlewloriho said Her ondu JThe similarity of shoWs hat II was no II najTevjdcntly a and If lako Iho money I if I efuso t may loo llucei I havejnn right o nllriblileia good act 0 n 1 hall once acknowlcdgei the favor tilth And you may all go and el rclrascd from your I should said to keep my place allitle lo SOD whal I can And wild hear them and once telling said let s hear your story for you orelha old What success had j ou at Ihe parsons f I rann the and was aduilllcd as said 1arnel I asked her if It was true that lie wished lu hire a She nns ored and I asked what ork would be Every but washing I have a girl who an do but sho can do nothing else What wages do you propose lo nadam I would gito two dollars lo a ood American she why do on ask ho question Do jou know of ny good girlV I said and am ulhonzed lo engage the place for Who Is she Ihe daughter of a gen leman who bos been suddenly reduced to Daughters of gentlemen make ioor sho but If you know er and will answer for her I try for I have become I think so well of said lhal rath r than she should her I will o her work for a few till sho can ome and lake Ihe place jou know I can e welt spared from home Do yon moan what you said I sou I should like a III le active I shall take it ns a real said though I should be fraid to itnpoKO duties upon you as ou eem willing lo impose upon I ook oft my things without further ceremo went over Ihe house wilh nd soon found myself al Every thing was in for you now is no lie aid of Ihe olher I wrought such a hange before lhat when I was pre arlng come said if could got a girl ttho know how to work s well as you that hod some em would give her any wagestrMnWhtr I should have no objection to living wilh for I mutt earn living in some So Hie amount of It that I bate encaged o return at tno dollars a mill Ihe prlt liege of silling in Ihe parlor vben I preferred to do I bus you our renl provided Did treat 5 ou kiiidlj asked Shannon Qnile said Lucy and just before I on occurrence look ploce winch brought ne at once into and seems to prove hatja decent after is of no lisnijvanlage lo Parnel o deliver a lecture before the Lyceum this and desiring to know llm Irno read ngof some lines that 10 asked his wife if shu recollected them She did and I very humbly suggested whore they be found LIe brought tho and soon fount hem In He then invited mo into hi and lold me lo use his library as I t were So you md nn heart for your he had a heat tthlch may bo made subsert lent lo mine 3ut hoar bow you suc ceeded I went with Jane lo the Intelligenceof sold we could baldly nnke the keeper we waillet places as When he was sallifi ed that we In ho gave us and treated us more civilly than ho md a others who for and silling In on a luni Presently a lady came of ler n few words tvllh Itie I wos call introduced to her as a youiij woman wonting n did yoi ive last said she iiirqullo n At At home nave you never lived out madam So much you are not so full o What Avprk do yon ex icct to dp Can you cook yoi Olid I know hotvtn peifoitr alllhoe said but I shall noei mine practice bcfoic I shall become said where did yo gel that word What education havo yo A good I The what are yon going to livo outfot Lenrn ed servants are apt lobe good for1 nothing Iho dictionary and the wahtub assort like 011 and II is They shall no said you will try me What wagon do you expecl What I mo said I hope lo mok myself so useful as to deserve the hlghes but I am willing for you to try in at ihe In short she agreed to try mo a week at I went homo with Sh proved to be Iho wifo of a master builder when I was studying a long account nt a desk corner of Ihe room said he as we I have was ted two days upon this and oanno reconcile I would give half lam tvbrll to know a little I am satis fled thai there is an error of fifty dollars agafiift but I cannot see tvher It I wish that girl was a clerk instead o a said I can bo of service to you in both May I a Ihe account Look at said he and if you find where the error Ill give youin live dollar bill arida now gown Into the The llenii of Ihe account were for It related lo building o peralions of some I examinei the debt and but it seemed fair ex cepl certain and a few question soon satisfied me that one credit bad beei repeated lu The error was sooi made and Iho lo my surprise took nut the and inilited upon m receiving He then queitloned me abou uiy education and finally agreed lo employ If he ijoos I have 10 personal acquaintance cwlth Ihe young said tbo but my little uaugh er was here just and told me lhat she 4 as once her Sabbath school and he loved her Iho yonngladys and those of her w hols just rone said taught me the he amount of It that I am engaged is governess lo three and assort of lompanlon to Iho who h a The terms were to bo two dollars a ml when sho discovered that I could play mil sing nell enough lo teach suoh ho voluntarily offered logivo mo exlrapay or this v I shall In tills way e able lo koep alive what knowledge 1 iavo and was likely lo loie when we had to mrt wilh our what a lucky hlng it Is thai I usod lo be a monitor some lines at scbooil said II is your turn I went directly to the real said and saw Ihe land When I asked him If he had occa ion for another he but he wanted a wife lo look Ttor his X have tiled severa tousekeepers said but Ihey have all fall and I am Havo you over livet ulsaid Have jou ever kept houe What sort of a Itnallon do jou then old so It bo ono IbaLI can fill Who are you 1 ho daughter of a gentle who has been faithful lo his children f not luccessful In Could you lead the table al Iho Ladles do ou I havo been accustomed lo ooit and havo a mother capable ol advising and directing me In all difllcul I want n of gopt mannais and one capable of acr y can you ot keep he ivliolo a ncrcLrunl let us eon lint It Is to onrn our living What fas hard necessity nil be o good frolfd said nod I promise that vo keep and come every Iher for I i a serv ntl prlv ell our This was agreed arid continued until all were satisfied thai knowledge unfits for la or only when ll Is united wilh pride or af that It Is unfavorable lo hap ilness only when it Is pervcricd or worth goat ifdl ccllng and old enough lo com mand You seem to have allihe qualifications but how will 3 ou acqillri Imlf It will como In lime without much eDort on my wlsl to ry to be twenty then I shall soon b If I am plenianlly told flhe bell ttlll ring fo dinner in a few minutes 3011 ma go with mo and inspect Ihe and If jou please you may give us a specimen of your qudll y at the head of Jl followed him Ic Ibe dining and by good suggest ed some improvement jn the arraiutemen of The landlord then led mo t iho housekeepers seal at the hero you may be assured beenin Ing for I amduly ilnslalled In olllce nt a salary of throe hundred dollars for th first Providence certainly ibeen kind I said The dark nigh oul and not th least biillionl among When I lef Ihe houie this I was a desperat despair end theliidiireieric wilh the world looked 1 delor mined lo imitate your my glili and engage in any employment that of however As I passed fnnl a thought struck tihlch Immediately reduced to I entered and told Iho fruit dealer that Iwshcd lo lr on and ifiho would Hint in wilh a baiket of I would sell then for pro bably led him lo Ihlnkil was about lo en gage III some he filled large baiket for Promising to rclnyi I two I took it on end procee ded directly to the counting room nf n mor chant and bank had lefnse the day befotc lo He wai in con versatiou two flther wit whom I hod once been oii equal and intl male Will you ionie of said I they ore swee What do ypu M one of tbegentleinen yo hare not Inrned Hov ing found it impossible to get said I havo been reduce Ib Is it npl an honest colling Ar you in onblhorjof Ihe gentle was inoro said I yo will bear thai I have tried In vai to get other I must no spend iny In you bn or not for I niust be moving What will take foryour Iqadf so Ihe geutleriian wlio had not before II Is worth two dollars at but yo inay havo the whole lot at an Ihree T will take h but as I have no change I must trouble yo wilh my check for Ihe He fille a check and Cromlile ami Mi you must buy a basket loo bores blank check for each of They did as he proposed and ho up Ihe three and gave them to Th banket was emptied on be and I set o lo fill II again for each of Ihe O my way lo the fruit scllels I called at Ib bonk wilh and Ihe teller coiiqle mo out three thousand dollars I old him lhat ha had made a He looke al Iho checks and declaring that eac was good for one thousand he liirn cd away lo wall upon anolber saw through Ibo whole at A motive winch I care not to had induce Ihe Ihree princely merchants furnish ro wilh Iho means which one of them previous ly I Intended only lo shame him bul ho had fairly outmar amvered an ofier calling at Ihe paying fo the and ordering two olhers lo b sent as I I came undeclde what course It was expedient lo pursue What shall I my let m have your advice I would return every cent of sal and shnty my S would and staive before I e grand display look place le Chinese dragon appeared in all his file surrounded by leu Ihontaml winged orea pon his back appeared the figure of the inpcror In blue t In hanged lo ellowj to Ihe most Homo A roar of leu thousand re oils now shook tho allj a canopy of green rose from the mldsl of lilch a volcano of rockets and t By tho census flhe Indian which It now being la Ills shown that of Qlla as about nliui boul 700 who rely wholly upo ulluio for havo raised during ic bushels ofcorhf ond bnshclit ofa They alio made during the last r over 149 of maple which Is Corn worltral Ihoisnmc EO nd polatncs S7 per This example sliou s n lint Ihe Indian tribes could lo for Ihemsdvos nero Ihey all lo make a iold nppeal to agrfculluro for a living and bandon Ibo A SiSTtns Lot con tell the hoiighls that cluster around tho word Sis or Deep and undying Is her How eady Is she to forgive Ihe to excuse ho foibles of a brothetl She net cr dcieits In ndverslly she clings close to nd In sbe cheers And when Ihe liter voice of reproach K poured sho Is lo hush its harsh turn his attention away from its naluful Bullet him inovo In n flow iry and sho hangs cnlcrs of smiles ibonl all his In watching hii favored and listening to bis sbe eels the purest The cold grave annot cruih her aficclion for It aut ives her tears and And sho often wanders lo tho spot wheiohe reposes vith Ihe fragrant rose buiih and creeping and plants Ihem on his clo And nho will dare lhal her ove perishes when she fades away from May It not live for in the glorl ons spirit livo Increasing In fervor and during the cudleis ages of Is it not only evil pas sions and emotions which cannot flourish in lleavop i ANOTHER CUILD IN was nld when soflly and unobserved I en ortd the chamber of A oroken only by Ihe occasional oulgushlngs if reigned On tho couch be ore me lay Ihoialniost llfclcsj form who was on verge of An tremulons voice told of Ilie inany years hi had spent In winning souls to ChrUI a leu der and den had Bothered around Iho bed side o be dying glrln lovely j oung lady of nine who bad in Iho morning o ife leaincd lo love Nol a tear fell from the eye of that father bul a coun lenanco lighted up with a heavenly radl watching the last short brciith ings of his child and as sho sunk In dealt ho child In Heat Scarcely had these words fallen from 111 when Iho bereaved almost till kneeled down and commended them selves la that Ood who has promited Ihn He will never leovo or forsake those who put their Irilil In What it lhal so cheered and sustain edlhls as he saw his darling child li Iho embraces of death Il wm hod trained her for He felt Ilia she hod gone to that blessed home nhllhr beand his dear family n ere fast ore ou a paicnl What li the influence you aioexeillng oior your chil drcn Are yon preparing Ihem for a bles sed Immortal Aro ou so training Ihem that yon can have Ihn whci death enters your family and remove ouo lhat you hovo a child li On LiiTcnmo TO longer I livo Iho moro I feollhclniporlauri of adhering to Iho rule which I hnvo Ial down for myself In relation to such matters To hear as lilllo as wholeve la lo Ilin prejiulice of To believe nolhlnc the III am forced lo Never lo drink in Ihosplilt of ono wh an ill Always as far as Iron Iheunklndness which is expressed toward In side were n very dilTureiil ucconn would be given of Iho Cams IM of Simian v A GOOD A Is told of Jemmy who hasso Ion been Iho gardener at Ibe presidential man The presldeni had heard rumors lha Jemmy was accustomed to gel druuknii be uncivil to Iho vliliors at ihe Whit Homo so one bright morning ho summon ed him into lilj preseuco to receive his dli Iho I hear ver bad stories about It is sold thai to aio constantly and uncivil lo Ih Jemmy was puzzled for a reply atlas ho said I hoar milch worse slo rles about but do you Ililnk I bollev them by Iho powers I know they or The account of a Chinese ex Illbltlnn nllogelher eclipse any preconceived idea of Iholr splendor ai Ingenuity In a display which was lately mado a for a resemblance was mad pfa vine which burned Ing loaviis and burned In Iheir proper After this had delighted Iho ano her piece wai A dozen cylinder discharged an Immense number of rockeis whldi formed tliomielves Into ser penis and flying Tbii mognin cenl scene was followed by a grand dIs on all of a shower of fire which weru intermixed globe shaped Ian wilh sentences on Then ascended anolhor display lu lie shop of lUars formed of rings of wliich n thoniost rehinrkttble nilural if curiositiesIn Ihe vicinity of MoBjIefttWIiaf vtf Is Called the tnelvo niOos blhooounlfylf s conilderably elovaled above the level of and Is mainly of 1he Spring Its embouchurejl X patently abotil Ihree or fofr feifl In mil Iho has an unccrlahirnolloif ibeirng n agii islanl end a tremulous or nervous notion ofthe earth which Is also ItregnlaiT liogcoundrfor mnny yardsjtn t iho tilting Is constantly Ibis layf leaving an Imprcsjlonof insecurity nd exteustvo hollnjevs beneath Ihe 1 ho walor of ft J which presents for some M isjanoe of having sunk severalrfeet below MY LIPE tui HPEN A raid capitalist luMhli worth u being asked lib did nol have a bio rophy of hii life What nn an wer and a sod Iriilh lobe and cons ercd by one who has spent a long life In nmuinp wealth and now with trembling stepping into the tbo startling qiilto Inn lalo II is lo be flashed cross his that his Life had been a great and Ihe only ono woith the attention of nn immorlal been entirely overlooked or neglect id Wha moro thon such a thought need occupy a sano In fill and keep It full of unutterable anguish Life a failure Fnosr TUB GrniUH op JEAN The sun Is like sending leant happiness and Iho stars like mman for all their glory comes from ho DOCK not Ihe echo In Ihe sea shell tell ol ho norm tthlch onco Inhabited II and hall not mans gond deeds live after him md sing his praise Ihe mind makes all Ihe beauty on earth as the sun all in Ihe t What U tbo universe but a hand finna In pace pointing always wilh extended fin ger unto God pllj Ing tears and fond smiles of tvo are like the showers and sunshine o Spring that unhkoilhem sho should often miss her meiilcd swccl lowers of Haw Ilko rain tstho human ng bcauly but beneath Ihe mile of showing Ihe glory or howl Ilko a which hough bdl can cl be cherished Inlo a semblance of Ihe fountain of Its Tho songi of and Iho life mat ateubolh brief ai they of heaven FEMALE Is a ties erlpllon of trade confined and highly characleilitlc of llssoclal condition A number of elderly generally wi mako It their business to collect got on and slorics of all with which Ihey repair to tha houses of tho rich announcing by beating a which they carry for that and ottering thel services to ammo tho ladles of the family When it is recollected lhat publii and eyen nrool but forbidden to the beouly and fashion o by their countrys notions of boll propriety and some Idea may bo form ed of the uelcomo Generally given to these reporting They are lo Ihe limp at Iho rafo of abou naif n crown nu and besides In Ihe fro quenl receipt of occupation affording many oppni unities of makinf Ihem generally lu mailers of com rit and Ou IhcKO BO counts the generally retire from business In ony but aro said netcr ti do so unless obliged b actual infirmity nni tho Chinese remark that theirs is the oul prnfrssfonlo whleh praclllloneis are unl formly attached by A Queen HEAD In hi jxpedillon to Iho Dead n queer bend dross Heyront wear Tho most striking peculiarly of drcs was the or mutt ly by the wives of It wa from fourleen Inches In wo feot Ihro or four inches wide nt IheUhso and about nn Inch al the Il Is mado of llni silver or according lo the a and stilddci wilh precious From Iho suiiiiu depends which falls upon tho breasi at conceals the It I frequently drown sufficiently to loav ono eye It Is worn only by mar ried or by unmartled ones of Ih highest and onco aisumcdi it Is wor for tho temple may throb and the brain be racked wilh It can nol be laid Im on with the II does not lo the shroui1 DAuoiiTEB op Ihetlver ool correspondent of the Morning lor cs tho nccompan ing description of 10 braie conduct of ono of the women oT while fighting in the I heard a most romantlo tlory from aw uslrinn ofllccr who hod just returned on tavo from DII Austrian Dragoon Regiment n joung gentleman of good tho won laurels for his brat erytin Ihe Sar inlnn nlTalr last ycnrj and tthn on afui n one of the engagements In leforo ho left a brolher ofBcerJoldi ilm lhal In corrj Inp tho columns of his reg men Ihe Eljt fool In onovof Iho late en Ogemeuts Ihey charged ftcompany ofMog arilflemcn to them from rjocilairv Diiring Iho charge a young wilh bonds as delicate as a and sltlii as fair as a seized Ihe itafTof hii col and made a desperate eflbrl to pnll out of his 1 he Austllan officer manV a cut al wiitt of which right arm The dolicalo yonne warrior seized Ihe wilh Ihe left and mode anolhor attempt lo deprive lim of colnr7 Tn this ho foiled and was alien When the right itisliipped to be dressed bj the t as found lo belong to a beautiful girl of no le who fought in the ranks It is rupposcd to havo sbinarefer enco lo tho ivoidsThe horn of the rich locus shall be TUB a very myslerloti thing l Ihe blush upon Iho human face Mow Irulli how that single a a should brin Iho uuimlleble color to the like th hits of n summer sunset upon tho sky And only In tho face it ii seen the ha Ihe do not turn rod In or gullr only tho faeo shows Itiolf the mlrro of tho And In the blush how much t to be learned nf of consciousness nf of of of sensibility Tho wojnanwiihout tbo blush at limes upai hercheslci ji he womaii nn morel forwMI ll has Iho purity of her SisoutAn Iho cemetery occupied by our forces ijnrijig the siege o Veia fs a ncot with all Us or Allhough our men went lu and out at nol an arllcli wai dliplaced by The Mexican bal cries fired lulo and a sho grozcd the head nf the figure of the Sav displacing Ihe orown of wliich fell al the feet of the Johnson oncebelng il company wilh some scandal one of them baring accused an absent friend o retorting to he observed Is afler much better for a lady li redden her own than to blackci other peoples le qrlfelnnl The v aiM p U runs decepilon he paroxysms of the whlcH casts up luge bubbles mixed ullh that fall lack inlo Iho without being carried There has been a good deal of plillos phy uttered on Dili subject by 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Gospel more extensively and effectually among their brethren In this Ihe num ber of Germans in the United Slates Is e tlmalcd at about Iwn and rapidly Wrivnc BID fiiid an anecdote Inlho which furnishes a reason why lha famous John Ilnncock wrote his slgna lure to the Declirotion of Independence In so loigo and bnld n Ii is known that Iho lliijlih Government oflVrcil for his head and accoidlng lo the Maine Onl tvhcn he appended his name lo Ihe ha did jl as though ho wished to dfltsh his soul and rUing from hia seat exclaimed John Bulloajb read my namo without may double his anil I will set him at de I If twelve dozen mako one hove many trllj moke one grocer If thirteen pounds inolle a heir mako n pebble i t sheets make one how many will it lake lo intake nil orches If ono must have three scruples to every how many must behave lo a regular spree j WISTAIIS ji pHK Oicnt Homcily rorConsuinlilioa of he Luairsr 1 Alliclloni nflho Aillimo or Weakness of Iho Urcait or Chronic Couglisr 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