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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 3, 1849, Alton, Illinois toe fl ft f THE HIOUIHU EVERY BY JOHN BAILHACHE T 00 For ono square or under 00 For each continuance BO liberal deduction made to yearly V n N r corner of Third ami rietnut Philadelphia anil at Mi dlllcrent offices lorki Ualllmore and notion IB authorized Adverlliemenlsi Intended for Inifortion In Asontin any r til r i i ur the present or fnluro childen of our State to be robbeil of Ibis Ibelr legit mate w Sections JO to prescribe the up conncclo 1 with our w Esq corner orDalttmdroand iwlh li our authorized Asint lor the ami will receive and forward advorllaomotili iinald for Iciicrtlon a well as attend to other Dullness concerning this Journal in tlio iboro SCHOOL i The following Synopsis of Iho lav and Suggestions to School Offi ctr and which we are Indebt ed lo H Coo Secretary of Staleis recommended lo tho attention of the OFFICE SFCIlr IAnY OF j Tbo Superintendent of com tnou In presenting lovrichoo officers mil others engaged in the cause of educa liootnlhis a new schon more peifectin Its and practical in its than any former cannot refrain from calling their particular atten tion to be Important duly nhich Us appll cation Imposes upon every good The constant changes to ory go u blch our school Uwi liave heretofore been have been felt as a serious Experimental philoiophers are to bo as well ri Ihe hall of leglslallon as In the pursuits of more ibitruie science new theories and varied iritems have booii heretofore so lhat we have been accuitoinod to expect a new ichool law with almost the same cer lalnlv and frequency as we anticipate a new or the ucual supply of fresh and fliihy orpiclorlal Hi vailed Hurt on the part ol legisla tors evidence that the subject of education has taken a strong hold upon Ihe feelings of our Il shows lhat their minds are directed to this Ihijrhavea wishand a will that Ibis great shall bo attended they seek anil aim at Par referable are these all Ihelr to an apathy which would prove fatal to Ihe educational interests of Ihe Goteined by a wish lo respond to his spirit of pioress towards the perfection of of common the Legls at its recent with great ro modeled the school laws of the engrafting upon them such improvements as and an anticipation of tho future wants of our III hoped that i will be found sufficient for many nnd that Ihe friends of ednca lion rcill become thoroughly acquainted with in and unite In an unceasing and effort carry Hi liberal and salu into To aid some nhaliii this the Superlnlendentdeems ilproper to call attention to a fi w brief SOR beniingupou the inore important biuchos of tlin Continued ill heallh menls that full anil elaborate exposition il Ibo and additional luggeiliuns upon important topics that Ibeir importance demand and his only illBlpalloii at this Is to call atlenlioi d Tills uv mis is io can aiieniion and Tho purchase of to Iho general features of the j libraries is a trust requiring much ills mode of electing and mo heir duties and poweu at one of the important bioncbei of the school I The duties of the truslees are defined with great precision and clear and It is to be hoped that Iheie offi cers will acquit of the trust con lldod to nllh enorgy and zeal be coming their They are widely endowed nllh powers and per JOlual similar Jo other corpora tions In wllh capacity In be heard in courts as natural Particular at enllon U urged lo semi annual meetings of lio April ontl prescribed in seollogs 40 and II is at those meett ingslhatiall important business peHalniiig to the safe and judicious ipplicalion of school moneys should be ma and the policy of the board Milled respecting mortgages and as as the apportionment of funds liable to dis Their general supervision of the conduct and proceedings of officers amena ble to their will afford them amplo opportunity of becoming thoroughly acquainted with the minor but most essen iinl details of the law they are required lo In the election of township to lake charge of school undoubted Adolilj and a good knowledge of business shouldbe Ihatlhefunds may be safely kept and ready at all limes to be applied lo their appropriate Much lost by a culpa ble neglect and In Ihls In selling offand establishing school regard should be had lo the convo nience of tho neighborhoods and settle being careful to guard against the loo common mistake r of making districts too thus rendering them weak and Inef Theexamination of teachers full and The lime is In our Intelligent when Ignorant pre themselves deficient In nearly eve ry branch of will be tolerated by public and set as teachers over our merely became they offer their services at a cheap Teachers should be chosen with reference lo theirqualifloa If found well and to pos sess the advantages of experience orluita hie acquirements with an aptness to let them be employed and liberally paid but If Inexperienced in and reject them by all even if would impose themselves upon a schooldislrict without 48 lo 60 proscribe the duties and define the powers of township i he importance of preserving and securing fidelity In the management of school lYmdsjhas been already tho subject of and cannot be too strongly en As the examination of teachers Is a parlof the duty upon hose offi It is as far as o select familiar with the branches to be Too much Importance cannot be given to tjie faithful discharge of Ihe du ties of those olllcers who are and employ the teachers of oui dudes of school as defined in sections 01 to are various nnd Tho purchase of distiic farai possible tn not already alltn lo the to a mure perfect appre ciation nf the and to mure vigorous lloil In carrying out all its II will be from an examination aliou and caieful selection n a small libtnry in each hough i consist of but can be made to supply a district with useful en cuuragiiig n literary in ol 1 and 2 define facilitiesfor ncquiiing ifscfu anil It apathy am iii5ichodl designated by acts of Con granting lamli to the Slolu for purpo iciof 10 invited Iiatllculnrly Sections and es anil define Iho duties Reference to those and bo friends of cranly and township romhiiied ihat Slate Superlnlendcnt cannot perform the duties Imposed upon him without their prompl dependent upon them for the he and statistics upon which his ac Isn Is lo bo If Ihey fail in Iheirdu will in In the absence of tnli eooperation under our present organ union under Iho moil perfectly devised the most Kaloiiiand earnest eflbits of a Slalo Su diffurcuco on the par of the proper nlfi bo many yearfl before all the sohou In the Stale are supplied with libra ice but when it U the truth will be thai these ore crowning glory of our whole commoi chnol In proportion as a people are furuislied with rational and instructive and the ready meansuf acquir ng useful society will improve and ignorance and vice become dispelled ptiinlend In a Slate of tho tize of oniparalively Inefficient relate to the uties of The school commissioners several are to exercise the Vj They are quired lo give bond for the faithful perfor Sepilon 0 lo Inolusl du Z i and loans made I nd bonds of townshl eaiurers Mhn juch money will alwnysbe in Iho hands of for at by which Ihls source of depreciation and loss will be cut Sections i and proscribeIhe limes and modes of calling and holding dls rlct for selecting building for arrangements for creeling school and furnishing them vtllh necces ary and Iho lajlng of taxes lo arry out those pleasant neat and convenenlcnl ml houses and willrnccess lopbro ndwholesomo and when pracllca agreeable play will add much olhe attractiveness of our ard in iite many Inlo the paths of who would Intuitively aoldt hose and nn vholesomo dens which we occasionally eo disfiguring where chil ren together In an offensive atmosphere in school and turned out occasionally lo engage Intheir Won It Ing strange and jhal many who wllh so muoli taste and care adorn Ihelr jwn dwellings and and provide so tboralljr for Ihe comforlof Ihelr chiloVenl at should provide such places or Ihelr reception of Ihe rudiments of a li rolled Is It surprising lhal chil dren look upon the school house with loath ngand where ills attended with uch associations and clothed in such beg garly habiliments A trifling judici ously will be of immense beno it In providing more agreeable placea of hereby promoting Ihe comfort and heallh of Ihe and Improving he taste of parents as well as of The compensation of sohnol commission rs and township treasurers by section 81 ah ample remuneration for the abor without being sufficient In empt avarice and Men should eek Iheso rather from a desire lo do good and promote Ihe cause of ban merely to make a pecuniary Avarice is a deadly enemy alike lo Intel eolual and moral What pa rent docs not appreciate lhat there is no em so no splendor so no wealth so as that pearl of Intel cct which lies in inexpressible beauty and in Iho depths of Ihe immortal mind nf every child and lint he who bequeaths children Ihe means of and limself Ihelr minds loss more for them and Tor than yet Ignorant The people havo am present law to perfect to levy to IO IB to build Iriem with suitable furniture and app district and ompl petent The exp dollars and cents will be Hug their power under the rohase jrnlah them with purchase 1 JIUNQA IProin Ihe tioslfn Cabinet we extract the followiri Uho Master spirit In Ihe rRnyolffljont It will boYcad wiiii good and riow wSen Ihe eyes nf the whole iso of all this la Woild aro fixed upon him and his Dul The most celebrated name amour Iho lea ey will no do It Unless of tho Hungarian war of Independence ened and I Ural will lhat the Is lhat This great hlng shall be j educated as a ipd was therefore Bt Slalo seeing this law the slave trade I yoii always obey try to please her ffl by Ihe eslabllshment When she speaks ara you to J by Iho foundation to her voice or do you neglect f i things will be reversed Tor Iho slave rado be abolished of regular colonial schools wishes you to dof Doyouilovolo and Inslltullons of and under he1 Influence of a frcd Tho establish every county and so that and constitutional Persecuti may have full to jpurfcallst for his dtfenju ofi some J i I Jit IIICI D of led by early ralnlbg lo lotojful efiect at whose object waVtho trtalntenarico of lega ited as a al amnesty to all cers and friends of educairoosthroughoutL After an Imprisonment of some ho i i v ui llv the Stale and this AlUornmuf reappeared as the of many plans ntcatlons received will ba for the material Improvement of his fli suggeslloos or Information desired will j such as Iho projected railway connect the be cheerfully given as promptly at possible Danube with Ihelr portof on tho confined as ha Is by other engagements I Adriatic thus seeking to release and glvo lo constant residence and unceasing public a vent lo Us pent up he by making heirs of Ihe richest acqi sltirms of Californias purest gold Ihe liabilities ofischool Impos ed by sections and are defined vith sufficient stringency and tn brbid Ihe embezzling or improper use of he school but It is not anticipated hat occasion will requiring Ihc en forcement of Ihrna II is presumed that Illlle or no deprechv ed paper remains on hand to be disposed of under the 83lh As the school com miisioners are hereafter to receive from collections of Ihelr various or In case of absolute auditors on Ihelr school no provis ion Is made for the sale at discount of de predated paper hereafter Loises of this character aro therefore and will upon those who by departing from Iho spirit of Ihe unnecessarily Incur The remaining sections of this HO and 01 pertain to the costs on unsuccess ful suits by school nlficers Ihe repealof former acts and the effect ihereof npnn preexisting and titles to real and lo the dlilrlbutlon of printed copies of this indexed and pro1 pared under the direction of Ihe Secretary of Sufileienl will be distributed In nupply every school In tho with as many as is necessary to enable all who will read Ib gain a thorough know cilgo of the school law of the at he seat of Ihe State Superintendent can do but liltle tho cordial co operation and aid of those to whom he now addresses t Encouraged by whathas already been cheered by the indications which every where develop and confidently relying upon the patriotic determination of Ihe the undersign ed cannot refrain from anticipating a more general interest in this more efll clcnt and more glorious results than have jet been S Secy of and Su puintmdcnl of Savannah Republican announ ces the recent death in Scilvon of LonnAuiA at Iho very ad vanced age of 133 She was born In Virginia after she was ved to North and subsequently to where shefixed her residence be fore the breaking out of the Revolutionary fTJnlll overtaken by the1 infirmities of cxtremo within a few years she was blessed with excellent heallh and her sight remained ao goodv lhat sho could thread a or read the finest print with out Ihe me She been the mother of seven three of whom survive Iho youngest balng between seventy and eightjj and has left behind her a large family of gran j greatgrand and great great grand the time of her had een connepted with the Baptist Church or be period of nearly one hundredyears am vaslhen probably lha oliloit member of thi denomination In the United e Qulncy papers announce the by on Tuesday of last week if CIIAHLCS Reporter l ho Illinois Supreme was elected deputy to tbe and became depi 10 O lithe forces of Ihe o injiintain these Il U dosirahle that the reception nf this law be the commencement of a new era iii Iho common schools in We have all Ihe elements within ourselves of the most complete We have a productive school fund of upwards of nine hundred thousand Ihe Interest of at ilx per is regularly paiil out of Ihe Stale Treasury Into the hands of tho commissioners of We have sllll unsold over one million of acres of school which is yearly increasing in nd at the same lime Ihoie elements of nnd when dlspoied If wisely and which and properly one of Iho1 no would otherwise remain dormant and be Each distinct library ihoutd be under Ihe care of a competent nnd be well secured with close blest funiU for lha support of o which any Nation or Sato can boasl Without a dollar of public fundsfor this ob wo should be bound by every oblisa desk and lack and o prevent the books lion of patriotism and duty to provide for rrom being add lo which Ihey will notho education of every child in lhoSlato be The selection and ex1 With such a fund as wo neglect Is Ihe supervision of Inhumanity and Ever Ih duty of Insuring is entitled to UH share of Ihls dialrii harmony and elficioncy in oillhings perbutlve fund j but If any by failing t laining to tho good order and cnmforlof Iho school the making of proper sched the selection of grounds unit Ihe build ing of school demand the most care ful and earnest attention of In attention to their duties will produce and failure in every depart ment of our school comes necessary il syi lo Ic When It be ivy taxes for school let it bo done impartially and just but controlled by no such spirit nf false economy as would withholdsuflicient means for Iho education nf ovcry child in every will have an education somewhere If no In well regulated under Ihe preserving Influence of parents and it will be In Ihe the company of the vicious and and In those schools of vice and which aro open every luring the footsteps of innocent childhood into heir deceptive and ruinous Parents should when about to vote on a pro position for n slight lax for which is and will most conduce to their own peace of mind in after to the happiness of Ihelr and Ihe happi ness of lo tax themselves a trifling amount for the purpose of educating llfL prescribe in a When It selling school how mush of that whlnh u Uiidi in will iWpro er mot To and rearing aright h purpose eir own children and tho ohililren around or tosubmlt to heavy burdens for the support and punishment of many of these through vicious and defec tive Ihey shall have found their way lo our jails and penlteii Sections and define Ihe sour oharncler and application of Ibo various funds now devoted lo Ihe support of com mon Il is the duly of tbe collector for each county to pay the school commis sioner In Ihe amount to be due on account of the school when sufllclent shall have been collected on ac count of Ihe ordinary revenue for that pur It is probable under tho atlemp led economical system of government ol our new a luDloieut amount of cnmjily tts sliniu o lie H goes to those which are more aithfuUnd Estimating from Iho cennifl of we Itiil Iho number of cliildren now In Ihe Slate enlHIed lo lie benefit of our common o be at leant not leas thai of Ihene children present imperative demamlfi upon the people of this Slatefo the advantage of common in submitted to Ihe Exeoulivepro viotia to the late seunion of the Lcglslaturf I Iho ncglcol o county Superintendents lo make t report but pupils In This o courao makes no approach to reliable accu but still shows a painful neglect i he part of many of Tlie mn ber of teachers reported as employed while at least six thouiand are neoil The number of school houiea reported U The addition of four thausan would at present not exceed tho supply o the public Former reports from this depart men have been imperfect and a leatt to Ihe and such wil be the case until county superintendents and others conversant with am whose duly it U made by be law lo f until faithfully and efllotently perform he whole When the Legislature crea led the Secretary of Slate cxojjlclo Super of common the powers o with liundred was uu fortunately tint embraced In the Ifgal en It in respectfully imggeiled ti school ofllcen who receive this circular lhat they will greatly promote Ihe interest of popular education if they will recollec that unless Ihey furnUli tlio Slate Snporin lendent with lie necvHSRiy information per laining tn Ihelr respective the places In which the of those un fortunate counlies thouhl be necesnaHly be left DLANK tn his and he Impression left on Ihe of every either lhat Ihey have n schools to or that their olTicers ar Is stated that the fish are dying In great on Ihe Eastern shore ol Ihe The same phenomenon during the prevalence of the Cholera In 1832 and il is supposed that Ihe nnrlallly ahovo spoken which extends I fish of alj has some connection wilh ho existence of Ihe foaiful disease in ques An exchange gives Ihe following corres pondcnce between a coal merchant and hi clerk as the most laconic on I nuit bo confessed that it will bt bard t beat DEAR JOB DEAR The reader will understand lhat Ihe mer chant directed Ihe cleik to attend to som business nnd lhat the in bis reply Informed the former that he had performe Ihe duly required of Every one mus read the correspondence for leader of the In e was appointed Minister of IVhen Ihe war wllh Jellaohloh broke e was elected President of Ihe committee On tho Mill of he was eoted Governor of and took the llowlno oath f Ludwlg elected Governor y Ihe National swear that I will alnlaln Ihe declaration of Independence of 10 In all Us consequences that I III yield and enforce obedience lothe laws nd In of the National AS So help me God His influence over his countrymen Is Im In spile of defeats and the ccupalion of Ihe capital by Iho he as Inthe faceof an overpowering to collect an army of vhom ho had inspired wllh enthusiasm by Is and supplied by his Indefali able with all the materials of y taking advantage of undeveloped re by the establishment of magazines ml by carefully organizing be n as enabled Although him elf ignorant of his genius enabled him o select from the crowd those any of them as yet whose bailies ere a series of there oes in another statesman o profoundly acquainted the nanls nd prejudices of his or whose mbition so entirely represents their WhenHungary was invaded byJella In September and SO 000 armed len weie collected in a in the lelghborhood of Stuhlwelssenburg to rcper be Kosauth Issued a proclama from which we extract the following enlences i It Is an eternal law of that vthoio iver abandonelh will br forsaken by Ihe It is an eternal tha whosoever asslslelh him will Ih Lord Il is a divine that falsi by its chaslUeth It Is a law of our lhat whosoevo avaitotb himself of perjuryand injustice ireparclh himself Ihe tiiumplv of Slandlng firm on these elernal lawn of Ih the prophecy will bo fill illcdtlt that of Hungary bo effected by its Invasion by His specches in the Diet wcrn ofannlhe In we find tlio lucid exposition and largo views of th Ill ever stands fort as much the resolute opponent of commuuls io violence as of military AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OP PIIINOC AOIIlLtE When Iho royal family were driven fron and after Iho life of Prlneo Mura had been attempted by polion the lorrlbl effects of which affected his constitution li hit he made his escape wilh tlio as ilslanco of some devoted nnd em balked on a merchantman bound t Llverpopl in Ihe sailor boy and worked his way before tho happened lhal agenlloman of Ihe legal pro Cession was on who now and Ihendur For tbe THAT DEE STORY Ol Dear pray speak lo P Tell Idni no more to similar lha sweet little For tlial noblo Its fame and Are Imown In this round Til Im fond of good sport And like a well loll or well wrotei nut the poorest Deo story I ever did Is ono in your thats KPAVL p Old faelt pit And Hew lllie a llocbeti Anil way ue Nigger Was wus an Daliy Hal bal hat From ttio Clncinnall THE DYINO 8Y M18B AflKA No mother lingcra Nor lo uphoM thy tlrooidiig Revered fiom all on eailti we liold strangers alone are gaUierea round thy And yet thoae tlulky rormi above thoe With tearful eyes their gentle aid ore fioon will thy helving bieait Cease Its wild and earn pudo bo ataycd And thou will clone thy weary eyei lo reat Aa a child calm and Trusting to wake to a moie blUiful Free from thine earthly heritage of iii Indias sunny Thy faithful rullowars will lay thy heath Whero the acacia and the fraxiant shower their bloaioms un try towly beJj Ami tvhcrti tha gluceful lulm will gtMilly Ita broad green leaves above thy verdant Thy noble task la Iteat young for thy toil U oe n A glorioua reconipeuso thy dceila tare A home whoto pIUi will wring Iliy lireait no nor There was loo liltle alala ofeaillily On thy souls ulnlous lo mlong ill And lliou halt won a Not mid Ihe Tain ones of Ibis nllling cirtbi But an an Immortal Enwroallii Ihee crown o richer worth upon thy heavenly Ing particular Before the vo noticed ge particularly notice lyage was half over he entero ujuenlly into oonversallon wllh an was struck wllh the Intelligence he evlncei Arrived at lhi gentleman nffere him which he He Ihe invited Mural lo breakfast with him afl partaking of which and enjoying an agre able Ihe sailorboy wishing to relurn the Invite Ihe gentleman in This astonished his host not a little how Ihe fun of Iho gentle man And on calling on his gue Ihe following what was his eslon iihment at finding the sailor turned Into II surrounded with an a breakfast fit for a Mural ex plained he was the exiled of Ih Two and made his escape in th disguise of a to eicapo Ihe horrors a cruel death at tho bauds of THE FATE op chance has had more lo do lha superiority of in advancing tho pos lion of the English In his of England be says Had the as at one Jim seemed succeeded in uniting a France under Iheir Ills proba ble lhal England would never have had a Independent Her he her would have been me dilTtfring in race and language from Ihe a lisaus and tillers of the The revi nues of her proprietors would have bee spent in festivities and diversions on Iii banks of Ihe uoblo language i Mlllon and Burke would have remained rude without a a fixe or a fixed and woul avo been contemptuously abandoned I Iho me of NO man of English ox traction would have arisen to eminence ex cept by becoming In speech and habits England awes her escape from such ca lamities to an event which her historiau have generally represenlLd as Inleiior of Africa Is more oivi Ized than the for Iho reason that III further removed from the ravages of th slave trade tho people havo made greate advances In agriculture ami the mechanl because property is more secure fron Ihe Duels of that crutl But Ih day it now approaching when Ibis stale o ent of civil and rellglouiirberiyYnAfri I do not mindher will give a new Impulio to the prosper her hear feel glad or like many rude will tend civilization er lhat continent which has heretofore en the scene orthe most horrible traffic that ver disgraced the human HAS WhaHvlhat to Ills of no lence If he has bton one the most He isnot so 5We has provided he has heartily repented and ow strives 16 llvtf an nslead of looking back a dozen or twenty enrs to what a person should what fJhenoW What pres it character Ifyou find lhat hlsreforni Ion Is nnd lhat he laments his past take him cordially by the band and d him God speed In his noblo IVe are no friends to those who would rake p past tins and lo condemn ono who resolved lo bu upright and Many person Is driven back to the paths of ho might have become an ornament to so but for the too common a ong to rako up and drag lo Ihe light ng forgotten Wo always ad red Iho reply of a daughter lo her ho was asked respecting atyoung man of Do you know where he omeslromf replied the Tdo ol know where he comes but I know here he Is and I wiah lo go wllh That Is If wo soo a person n the right Irackexerllng a good Infill is without Inquiring what as been his character If ho as reformed uhat moro can HO nd what benefit will It be lo us to uncover nd expose lo the deedsof which he Is cattily ashamed and of which he has ro enlcd in dust and Olive T e animal propcnsiilesof our tiles Indulged and pervertedf passions un and propensities ous to not lulary us Into a condition i which both moral and physical causes sily of orate to produce JjuantlyiC Iflhejf o aoLprodUce it Go TO superannuated ser who had resided for some years as boarder at tbe Asylum of died tcre a neek or HO Being a Cath she had requested lhat ther remains lould to tho cemetery of Ihe hapel of Accoidlhg to nuilom hCatholics of the locality were Implied li ccom he mpany tho defunct on her last journey Ihe day of be very and only 0 aocrptei he polite invitationtwo of Iheso turning ncli nhen half nay discouragei ilh Iho mud and propeclive Inducements ho four pcrievering moiiiners saw hi ody laid In Ihe nd then went lo the al Iho Invitation of Ihe It ear tho reading of tho will of the dcceas was Ihelr surpiise to dlscove hat Ihe will brquralbed to be ill vided amontt who should follow ho 0 the gravrl The will uas In pood form and tho money safely Invested In the Sav ngs Bank of TJIE Dnowtimo sixty rod from Ihe bank of o small near Ply there years a public The rlv ri shallow stream of e iullis spring of Ihe when mbllfng siiow and heavy lalns made It jrent One day about Iho first of whe Ihe riverwas a number o joys were laj Ing upon a bridge whlo crossed L was a dnngerous Ihe boys were enjoying Ihelr and dl not think of liHono of a fln lilllo fellow nlno or Icn yoais fell o from Iho biidge into tho middle of 111 Ills companions looked around f but no person was In wllhln quarler of a What could they do A liijlo below the bridge tho river elliptic into a Intgo and toward this pond III river was ruahing most One L Iho thought of the school an running lo Iho door found thi teacher ther though It was Ihe season of Intermission and told him what had TI teacher did not lose an lid ran a fast as possible to the point below Ih as far as ho supposed Ihe little bo by that Whe he came lo Ihe edge of Ihe he sa him near Ihe One minute mor would have carried him Into the pond Without slocking his and with all h winter clothing be rushed luio wi rescued Ihe lad fiom Ihe roaring floo brought him lolhe and succeeded restoring him lo His parents knew nothing of Ibeir child till the teacher cariiod him Iri I arms lo Iheir Their hearts wg full of How kind was Ihe Providence tb watched over Unit lilllo boy Had Ih teacher Rono home ns ho usually to b dinner tiiat no human arm would has been near lo rescue But the teach was also Ihe minister of the neighborli And on lhal day ho was sprudln the intermission in Ihu school ar was preparing for his duties on tho folloi 1 when Ihe accident occurre inl kind that good Iho a young was Iho late beloved an venerable Bishop AHE You Kinn TO Youtt my lltlle and my little gli whnt answer can you give to Ibis queslioi Who was It lltal watched over you whe you were a helpless baby Who nursed yoi and fondled and never grew weary 1 her love Who krpl you from tho cold b and Iho heat by day Who guan ed you in and comforted you whe you were III Who wag It lhal wept whe Ihe fever made your skin feel and you pulae beat quick and haid Who bun over your little bed when you were frelfu and put be cooling drink lo your paiche lipa Who sang the pretty hymn lo pleas you as you or knelt down by Iho sid Ing Th of the bed in pi when you began tc irayer Who wa o get well and who oar lied you Into the fresh air lo help your re covery Who lausht you how to an gently helped you lo learn to read Wb lias borne with your and been and patient in your childish ways Wh loves you and who ant and for you every day yo live Is It not your ow dear mother me ask yoi are kind to your Mother t There are many ways In which ehildre show whether they or D d otherwise than fns his fate fo that of a persouwhoso do esilo education and of life havo een adverse to Iho practice of his eisen al In a career where the utmost rudence Is often Incompetent tosecureauc and In nlno cases out of o fairest prospects nd brightest oxpectations nipped elr freshest to enter tbe doineillo ilatlon and to asstunt the several lilies of wilh ono ho is wholly Inadequate losuitaln or lo alleviate the burden of by mutual asslslanco and sup Is not only an but a crime And et there are thousands who do ids who annually lead to the altar beings as and hands as unaccustomed toern as though they had existed ittdbood In a mental and moral vacuum bo aro Ignorant of ordinary and at he means by which they aro hourly sup fn A is a young glil ear the Philadelphia In Brandy wine who Imagines herself In a nd that sho can prophesy and hold conver ntion wllh Ibo Sho Is constantly intending lo hold conversation wllh the Lord in She got religion some lime ince at Mount and sho then slat d lhat about Ihls time sho would bo able to Some of the Branilywlno physlj fans went lo see down some f her Lalin Crowds went i carriages and on foot to see y appeared astonished at what they consl ered her Iruo i WOOL GROWINGAGOOD IMPOR Tho wool grow log business In this portion if Illinois is fast and the exports f woo from this place form no ible portion of he commercial statistics oil To give our readers an Idea of mporlance that this branch of wealth is as we publish Ihe acoonnt of her of sheep In tills county Bishop Dean 800 Wiley Wiley 800 400 J 300 SOOO t 325 Add lo the above scoresof small flocks In various pails of Iho and It Is bought Iho aggregate will exceed These facts wo learn from oneoftbo most extensive growers in Ihe The same gentleman slates that he clip of looks of this county will this year exceed This speaks well for comity which but few years home of Ihe Indian and the wild i Truman of Elm In ihls paased through this place from Chicago last whither had been to receive a flock sheeh that had been puo chased by him from a cele brated wool grower Of We intended to write a notice of Ibis flock for Iho benefit of the farmers of Peorla and file surrounding but ive find U al ready done by the Detroit That paper says They are all under one year but nearly as large as the ordinary flocks of They were sired by a buck from the celebrated buck Imported some two rr from tha Government flock of by John of Ihi only one of the kind overwrought They are known In Connecticut aa Iho Taints a pure French The flock 61 In taken to Illinois by aro of his crossed wlthlhe and aro ed fur Ihe extraordinary fineness and thick ness of Ihe large and strong head and faee are com pletely covered with down to near the The imported buck weighs some 250 and shears 83 of The overago weight of fleece from these sheep is said lo be from 10 to 14 per Those that passed through though but would shear from three to five a There was one four months in tho pure blood from Iho Imported wish every wool giower in Michigan could have The extraordinary thickness and Bnenen of Ihe fleece was truly when1 compared wilb any thing we have ever This wai soluT for a hundred dol Humphries will sell a few of these and farmers Improving their slock of sheep not permit too ippoilunlly lo PRESERVATION OF THE Morrell gives us Ihe following which has come into univer sal and Is deemed a luxury by almost every may be preserved for winter me n Ihe following When let hem bo prepared by as for the and lo Ihe liking put them In small ars I with Over the nit a piece of linen or cotlon which and hen press he cover on hen pour into he payily melted and keep them In a cool drr place In 4 he cellar until required for netll inly to be warmed lo serve them for the I use small for the reason lhal1 when exposed to the air bey soon r Albany 1885 to suicldtl were committed in Frances
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