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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 10, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                U PUDUSHED EVEBY BY JOHN no For one square or undcN i i 00 I 1A literal deduction yearly of Third ami Philadelphia t and ai hl different olllccs la Dallimore anil authorized U receive Advertlsemonta Insertion In Ihlipiperi also vnct our general Agontln nny Bitter conncclol with our corner or Baltimore and Saillriitii li our authorized Agonl for the Tfllegnphl and will receive and forward advertisements laleailed Tor insertion alUroll aa attend to in other builneis concerning this journal In the sbove I a aiue occaalonallybyllieRlBht Eplicopal Church tSr Iho pur ibae ot arefiati Inlbimailon roapecllng ho ibto of Dibccael an3 bd In He alon of every wi bollli o lula work il not publlihod but bno Dollar will pro euro II tor anralip aid ilio nnmn tt learn that a National Convert ntory jnteroilecl in 1 1 lion of Inventory Is will be hold In Ilio oily of Bal on of the prelenl It li exneoled that a draft of Pa Itnl prepared uy Judge of will be preiented to lion of he Convention and that other sub jtcli of Importance lo will be brought before that Thoio who may tllend are reqncited lo report themselves at the office of the lecond Noilh weit corner of Balllmoro and Harrl ion where the commlllee of lion will meet They are also Invited lo bring with them models or other ipeoi mini of their rejpcclivo inventions or dis A monthly the In Witorl advocate HID luilaln the i and dignity of the the and ill nho occupy a place in the ranki of the producing wai eitabllthed lomo lime lot in the city of under the aixplcei of Inventors Na tional and will be lisued semi after Iho meeting of the at Ibe role of Ono Dollar per committee of Publlo Health of Ibe city of cloned heir labors and adjourned sine on Wednesday lie lit the disappearance of the cholera ai in epidemic having rendered their furltv tr lervloes unneceiiary We think thai Ihe exertion of In caus Ing the city to bo thoroughly cleansed and visiting Iho eitabliahinghos have produced a very lalu tat and entitle them lo Iho lion and gratitude of their fellow Ihe lum expended by in tlio illi ehtrgo of their public Is 10 Ins than onethird of the amount placed by the Is slated hat nearly all of Iho now sold In Ihe United ii ol American belngt raanufaclurcd fiom a new variety of gronn Ir and ipun and novcn at Ihe Loin dale In Ilhpde Many of he Gtorgla planteri railed it In large for which Ihey flnd a ready tale at high To the laic JOIIM FonsvTH lidue Ihe credit of Ihe Introduction of this viluible article Into thli whole number of In Iho commencement of the epidemic to he nil is reported at Ine dhcase was abating at the last ac tounli It was would soon dli Wo are sorry to add that Ihe id to a flourishing village near eislern boundary of thli U sai have been aorely afflicted by the bul no certain account of the hai ituhed name It KJMUun oj ihntlui ofa neat Jahiphlet of nearly too hai ieon kindly lent to ui by Homo unUndwn it tread of and other caici of tho Cheat and SonUini ranch vafuabloVfor matlon on Iho aubjiict of dlicaaca In aitureaicd Id popular language to non modloil bf itoprlntod ftomthe bit EnslUli by Clly mutinied Pli and IlltalraKd Wtltr nannc far o Acopy of each of Iheae worka hia boon politely fof They SontatnT In addufon to the ulual Ailtonomlcat a variety of In formation onfhe intcrcillng aubjecii louhldi they are apeclally lltuatrate J by neat and approprl ato Fifty Ccnta tier UPPKH Jittff isi lenjjou a lo If you jou may glvo a plau In Iho columut ol your moil excellent Tho man of lottera tlnda mo In hh booltst Tho angler by the aide ofbabhling brooka Tho aportaman sceka me with hia dog and gun In foreign lamia the traveler link Im woni Tbo apendtlmtt bopoa lo buy me with hla gold And clilldhooil has mo when a talo Is toldi Tho love of mo decoya ihe giddy o From uacful till ho tcarna thta All who aeek mo muit I when jou my hidden acnae Youll owh for my you liondorod long The countloaa that to me Such am I ai a for Ono Tho jouth invoices mo when he fccla dartt The when exiled fiom bla nattvo Hears me with ami late bcwallsi t Now zeal I add to acandula buay And ndtcried wlnda and tides confuss I am Iho dazzling source whence colors llow j Tho alupgarda and jour equal Without me sails were useless then n won Expressing like and now meek womans loidi To measure ncxtj anon to to tcxj The ficntlfl oflice of tho weaker acxj Im lleshl not silent ever Kought on carthlbund neverV Youi and the squirrels fooil What you would keejf wlioriia a laayWodf Neptunes abode the forest mohattlPs prklei A tcrnt lo tho depai ted soula applied What OU but others oftcner use Your gown must havo mo spltoof what you Now Iho sod cllmo of Ledar and And a short word ImiKiiting now Moro could I but I bid j ou Lost by prating I causo my loss lo ft r Answer next it ELEOY Obl what are moonlight hours When nit madp them awcot has flown The bcamswhlctrstole fhcif Hglit from dimly Aluca 1 stray The breeze that gently kissed thy Then loving wandered over Shall vainly through the Ibicst seek TO OTfl llfSfI wfrdj 9f rill which warbled In Now sadly murmurs on ho ain Its waves with joy no more may To catch thine Imjgo mlrroiil and Yu mourn with nto h t losi In valm Theono who madonVy heart to Will er itff clwrda A ItCI 10 01TUB lUhWJV laaao Tbo ddLtaled vrai ona of thoie most devoted and Messed woman that helped to relievo the horrible erlnga of Washingtons army at Vajley Forsorojk i 8 S i J s I J lnlor f jk throush the i i J lnlor flch oulpolU of the British army to the disguise market woman And when Waahlnglon waa compelled lo retreat auperlor the Uct Ind eourao lo conceal Wluih set a econd number of tho tho Daily Bellotille Advocate made iti appearance on our desk a few dayi It li neatly printed on a small at Ihe rate of ten eenti a and appears likely to goa The weekly paper will be continued London Medical curious experiment upon four inur recently Irled In Ilniila by or w of Ihe They i In the llril but without knof ledgel placed Iti beds In which Cholera HI entsihad died of the diieaiej but neither them caught the Theywere tan told thai should sleep in bods on cholera palienti had but which m fact and had never been used three of them m8 and died in four If lhe Charleilon Courier lhat of Coles prciontcd kmllh and two en of of this Hind are not 7 uotoniiiion In he Greal t tfutmlunwl haa y fihlon aiUerl i si II e embellishments aro t merit and Its jllirary malierex KanaS by 8 cl1 aa elsganl Interestlug Sarah Miss at Uie rate Ibillho Tho Groat Pacific Ocean haa a larger area than all dry land of square and including ho Indian O From Peru to Africa il Is miles It Is goncially unfathonnblo between tho where Us ikplli Is so that a line live milea long m many nol reached the Iho At lantic apparently snatching from Pole to IsfiOOOmllea Tho Gorman now rapidly filling upby the de tritus has in a great pan of iu n depth of only 03 tall and avoti near Iho prccipitoua coaat of Norway tho depth Is only At a depth of a ndlo and a the pressure of tho sea Is equallo on every Inch of In Iho Arctic Ocean shells aro seen at Iho depth of I IBO and among Ihe West Indian at ISO so Ihal Ihe light which fell these ahclla would have been visible to an least ooi foot deep in tho one and son feet In the 1 he color of all when Is a line bright becoming green when mixed with certain vegetable and brownish yci6w when derived from Tlie saltness of the sea is greatest at the jwrallelofia N and 17 S diminishing towards Ihe E qtiator and Ihe whero il is Iho molting of At tho Straits of Gibraltar the wa ter Is four limes aa salty at a depth of 017 as it is al the Tho central of Ihe Pacific and tho Atlantic is occupied with the great occanln tidowavfl which la raised by Iho joint action of tho sun and From his continually oscillating partial wavca diverge In alt finding their way into acas and estu with various dejiending on the Ibrni of the and the depth of the and Ibo na ture of its parts of tho coast of tho tides riso 60 or GO In Ihq British and the Gulf nf they riso 47 according toCapt and at tho bay of while at Ihey never exceed Ihroe and are scarcely visible anioog many of uie tropical islands In tho The tide at the followi tho moon at the rate of 1000 miles an In the Turury channel al Cay Ihe lea rises 40 fool In live and as sud denly i The highestwaves which occur at tho Capo of Good do not exceed 40 from their lowest to tho hlgbosl Under the heaviest gales tho sea Is ptobably tranquil at the depth of 200 or 30Q The tranqullfty of Ibo ocean is disturbed y currents varying inIhelr extent and owing to causes both permanent and gieat currents which flow from the two Polca to Ihe am de flected by the dimnal motion of tho ncnulrlng a rotary motion as they lilltticy combine into one great flowing Irom cast to witb Iho velocity of nlno miles per hour In somo Cunioira Is stated in Journal on tlu call coast uf about Ihreo hours from In Ihcro is a sandslomi at oho part of when U Is about one hun dred md feet Ihero It a atceu named having much loose sand laid against Iho produce of the upper part of Ibo When the tra veler ascends this aanily Ida carl aro saluted with a sound which at llrsl resembles tha tone of an then lhat of a humming top and Unally becomes so loud lhat tha earth seems lo j Alter many siicculaUons about Ihe cause of Ibis phe Ihe mailer was sel al real by the dUllnaulsh cd Heaicendwi fiom Ihe baao or the over Us cover of lha where he observed Iho sand continually renewed by of tho convinced Mmicir lhat Ihe uiolionofthe sand was Ihe cause of Ihe ry step and his caused a partial sound occasioned ly the saml set In diller ing only In continuance and intcuslly fiom that heard when the continued ascenl naj sel loose i greater ipianlily of Beginning a soft rust J In n elder In Ihe celUr for Ihreo and red him Ihrofigh Ilia bunsbploi tho In Iho being rahsaclicil tout diUorenl liriles at by Iho British troops Jn search ot without she was over DO yous of asejUbe lunoof her r A s In a luxuriously ftirnlahod parlor sat a la who had been subject lo tbe boat df tea with father ever ready lo en courage and assist path of eel eneej Neither bar orfd brothert or loving In their whalihe loughl and With pride Ihey called sliler ol We will Ililen lo Iboio wordi of affection that pan those ruby and then judge if they do Justice toleachers who have tolled year after lo train her ripening Inlellecl ailght or My dear you can never Imagine nojv much I grieve over your It Is so very lhat you in your declin ing must labor for your and for Ibat of your Oh it is so sad thai you must wear your life out thus you who havo known naught but affluence from your The lady who thus lamented Ihe misfor tunes of her father was richly and sat trifling with Ihe petals of a newly blown Before her was n chess with choismen arranged for a Hour af ter theIhul wailed her and while her father tolled to earn her she raised not her but to spend what lhat father had wailed bll itrenglh lo Within another parlor ills a fair young girl of scarce sixteen upon whoso brow thoro Is no trace of care or We will lo what she Is saying lo her aged and then judge what has made her thus dear I am very happy to day and this has been Ihe most important day of my Will yon explain my child aiked he Tlio happy girl held up Ihe skirt of a dron embroidered In a most elegant lay Ii It not perfectly beautiful Fur i moment the lofty brow of her parent and he seemed absorbed in sad but with kindness It Is and must bate been very I am not a llllie surprised to see you in posieislon ofio rich an Will you loll mo how you camo by and what you Intend o do with it I embroidered Itj and have sold It to and with Ihe money I in tend lo pay my expenses of next term at ai II is the first day I ever completed of Ihe least I must call It molt With much her father this must nol bo Iho only child of a i ho cpuld ouce hjs thousands muit not Dear do nol talk said Ihe fair as she placed her tiny finger upoi the parted lips of her why should I net do something lo lighten Iho weight o care lhat has fallen upon my falhei Al though my path has been slruwn with bless until this day I knew not the of Her falher pressed her lo his breast proud of her noble mind and lovely girl naught of the misfor lunes of her falher but did not lhat act o kindnesspro farther to piovo her afieclloi Ibr her parent than all the wordi ihe could liave spoken One has and ihe olhorhai acted We will leave our readers lo judge of Ihei length Into only be compared with bad it beenmoro continued and As Ihe land gra dually tetlled again the noise also iradually who alto Inquired wto these llalei thai Uu etlcctil produced by Il nipublicallon letting air in vibration In a fucul of It ID a phenomenon In HrT HIM The following oaplla anecdote we find in Ihe National liilelllceii of New a gentleman o known wealth ami was not long lnce called upon by a person to obtain hli ilgnalure on a petition for Iho abolition ol apllil The person unfoldci till papers and and presented and enforced his in rather a liresomo slopping occaiionally lo depoiil a mouthful of tobacco juice upon a nlco parlor was in favor o diminishing capital but ed the propriety or eitpedioncy of abolish Ing Ilicm In all At the expression o this opinion hli visitor began lo bridle up and prepare to lay down his argument will giealor furcej and In older to give greale facility to his he took from hi mouth a huge quid uf tobacco and threw i upon the while marble laying he wished the General would be good la Inform him in what canes capital punish mont could ever be justified or said the it strikes mo thai if we were going to abollih capital pu there are two which ahoul bb Two are said Ilio pellllon I should like to hear Iheu slated and the arguments for them The said Ihe Is lhat ol clear cold premeditated Ihlnk Ihe person who lies In or ii will malice and lake Ihe Ijfe of a fellow ought to forfei his liTe in lie deserve to be Well I have abundance of arguments lo meet thai said Iho should like to know what U your olbe case Tlie other said Ihe I that of Ihu animal on two log calls itself a and carries a mouthful o diigusting filth iulo a clean and iheri pours U forth upon the carpet and scatter itoverlhe Such a being is certain lynol fit lo live In decent and I do nol know of any belter or more ready mode of gelling rid of them than With these two exceptions I think I wouh be willing lo sign your petition for tile abo lilinn of capital punishment The visitor gathered up hii them Into his and with a blank hailily He hi called since to receive Ihe tlinii a very He hai no DnEis or TUB ICJIAKT WOIICK IK TIIC SOUTH young gltli jusl growing fntn women aro certainly BIIIUIIG Ihe 1 have ever Much of Ihe charm of their appearance no at Iribulable to Ihe neatness and appropriate ness of Ihe dress worn by Ihe poorer clas ses above all lo Ibal tvliich adorns Ihe which always consists of a color ed bJudUercliliiy more of less tailcfully ar fltto eye i In byjbo tho habby or Iho which Oo frequentlydlsflgureiiMHirclau of Wo ion In our native M Whether Iho Bernalso woman aro engag ed in houso or field are alwaya approptfate ahd ttielr which aro much more striking Ihnn Of heio thomoxt Jaateful are generally lisplayed in the forms ho head dressItls of amanufacture pe culiar to Iho which neither fades nor middle Is uiually of a or brown with a oordor lo suit It ii adjitsled so give a Gre cian contour to the face f rcm a pilgrimage and MKENDRDE i lecullar the all true bV annual exhibition oMho Ihllosoph I Ian Society of Ihisvcnllege1 look place on he way lothe Chinese Is through the evening of the I7lh ulti The Esoy on labyrinth oMeserled sirens and criitni by George was very bllng abandoned on account of Ihelr well written for a young although contrast Is striking on Ihe subject has beeiicxnauited by some of merging scene of solitude and Ihe beit and eisaylili Incur conn 11 Jejlllulloii Into Ihe bustling Chinese Kara where lhat active and Ingenious pdo nle and e trades and Thai on Military by md Here Iho If at contain and seemingly Inadequate clUomo practical notwitnilandlngitiappearance of artleis Iherc quetry by which II li so as lo besl lull the countenance Bo lealh halKoarerullrjpatJ lead and placed against iontraitln with a completi on at once glowing and healfhyX ind Add In Ibis Ihe neat Hllle collar otind the Iho universal ihawl pinned down In over which tho In cu riously colored aro closely and ou see plnety nine out of a hundred of tho young women in this part of MrElltss Summer and fPfrtfeVin the An EXPENSIVE ft espcctable citizen of was recently oUrneyfng on tho continent of Be oro visiting he provided himself vith a In which hli name and res denco were duly James Prince f and set out on a unpre endlng In company with another American At the first town where the traveler Ihey were re ceived in a stately form by a guard of honor and a grand for whtcirihey wero preiented a bill of an hundred At a lecond and a third town Ihey were ro letved In the same costly The finding that at tho rate hings were colng Ihelr cash would bo exhausted before they had arrived at Iho lentro of tho first inquired of Iho If private gentlemen like themselves could not pan through Iho German towns without so much ostentation and The host informed them that Ihey If hey travel hut iaid bowing obsequiously to It will be necessary for his hlghnesi lo o take his title out of Iho That it once explained Iho whole and Prince having caused tho proper rection to be went through tho re mainder of hii lour without being annoyed With further l GOOD In lhat expreision of kindness how sweet and soothing a senll nent li Tho loili of Iho day ire over the fervent heat of noon Is he maddening pursuit after gain is quspcn and mankind sink In Ihe arms of a temporary asylum from the care of mind and enervation uf bonoficient nature witholds solace of and passing through the Ivory gale of tho days of ol would heavy on our pilgrimage through we muit were it not for Ilipso intermittent seaious of rest which 11 li alike Iho privilege of Ihe houseless wanderer and the palaced lord lo And gen lie is the tender that woos the toilexhausted lo steep1 its cares in The wise provisions of na lure Indicate Ihe season for repoie and her beneficienl laws are reverenced and obeyed by all save Ihe being by whose coinfurl and happiness Ihey are ohlefly sun withdraws frqtn the earth il shrouded labors of insect Induilry ceaio j the flowers close their defended from Ihe chilling dews of and that sweet watchman of the the Hills forth in vailed cadences Ihe parting song gooc Cj nlhla and her glittering train of stars robed In Ihe giandonr of eternal come fur 111 and above Uhe carlhi and its like fair and holy spirits keep ing and preserv ing them from the Influence of the powers of W4 uiiriee possesses a gooi Cllineio iomo with the voice and delivered hii argumenli with con turned ilderable t word the iThey aro so in Tho orallon conformity with a singular I he wai very well and well deliver f tlle impresslvo Uln a are duffgh grownnpv When Ihe gUV damiel become posillon loo oficii think lhat a ora l the iBr IS UMinn aha nr e A CITY OF Balavla exhibits traces of Ihe grandeur which once oavo to that oily tho Illle nf Ihe Pearl of The geiri has lost Its sparkle scarce a veitige of former brillian cy Clinked nous lifeless streets on all sides meet and of fend Ihe eye only here and there a stale ly edifice lellH of belter Built after the plan of Amsterdam the close itreels and Ihe canals lhat Intersect have contributed to Ihe insalubrity of Only In Ihe day lime doei the city show signs of all Europe ans fly the poisonous atinoipburo that hai destroyed 10 many of their countrymen nndieek Ihe pure alrof ihoiuburbs and ad jacent There they have dwelling and pais tho At nine In the morning the roadi leading to aro covered with nocotiary in Ja va as boots and shoes are in walk Ing being out of Ihe queillon in that and life returns to the deserted Chi and busy them In their where theproduct o three quaiters of the globe are The European clad in loose ton repairs lo his counting Ihe public olilcei ore thrown and the ba zaar Is nroivdcil with Ihe numerous races of men commerce has here aisembled Including the anil country houses properly belongingto the clly of Itatavia contains aboil Euro pean exclusive of the garrison t3 UOU Javani and CUD and A grevious falling fiom Ihe when the popula tion was The Chi and have each their allotted uarter or ai il Is The rabs are gteatly looked up to by the abo vthoaltiibute to them an especial holiijeti on account of Iliclr strict observ ances nf tho law and to such an exlonl Is tills reverence that ves known lo belong lo them are by the pirates oflhe Ilemark able fur orderly said to he unknown among They are under tho orders of a upon whom the Dulcli QovorniiiBul confers Ihe little of and who Is aniwerabl for Ihv good behavior of hii versing their Selburg observed In front of many of the doorililumphal ifchen of green decorated with co lored an Indication that Ilio of Iboio dwellingi bad recently returned From tlie rA THE BEG Tlio wilh by was a creditable lvo a peifect finish to their rrianufitctures of the jar Is and when ihe mar Ties il Is taken down An Austrian Prince Liechcn ilelnireiMslneo at is a ipeclmen if Ihe Auitriafl A correnpnndcnt of the Newark gives Iho follow ng account of 111 For a couplo of I wandered htough apirlments filled with the most loslly and reminding mo nf Ilia fairy palaces described In Ihe Mirror covering tho whole iidetof a chandelier of rock chryltal doors of polished laid In cu rious of Carrara bronzes nf raro Iho walli vered with rich silk andgold cell ngi of immenin painted In ind and Co umns of polinhod marble and mo lalo In aword the interior do joratlon of thliluperb ooit 000 of It far exceed my ono of the huodreds I nave and s illperior to Ihal of the Emperor In splen Its princely Inhabitant has an Income of upw arils of j and is Iho iwnor of ninety nine estates and palai So of Austria cau hat i BEAVER The Beaver Ion In lie n Ihe bosom of Lako In about alitudo 45 CO are beginning o attract considerable both on ao count of the of their nnd Ihe extent of their and of the Zlon or land of of inconsiderable lody of Mormons Ihe follower of Big Beaver Iho principal one of Ihe Is thlrtedn miles in iv seven in containing about 000 acres of limbered and fertile Parndiio Bay forms tho pilnolpal and li the seat of an oxleinrlve trade In It is easily perfcclU land and luillclenlly capacious for all crafl on the Around the the aro making their Thero aro twowood arils and Ihrco stores in n ileam aawminis going oil a Iho lands four beilden varioji cjtnrogiicetnenls In other Thero are now omplover in Iho fiiherieiome two hundred am 600 or 600 fishermen j but Iho opening ol Ihe building of and Iho eilab llshment of all Ihe various alw ays found in a settlement of free and enlerpris ing will toon leave Dili brand of business of comparative nun importance pood stocks of oows have been brought 01 by Ihe who are Intending to de vote much attention to with every Nolwlthilanding the high all the fine grains and the prospect Is that the grazing will be of the firsl In case Ihoy shall sue they will bo able in furnish lupnliei lo Ihe Lake at a point whoro Ihcro ia no competition within 200 nnd where tho demand must alwaja bo The Mormoni have already eifabllshod a at which Ihey furnish gratuitous in struction to Ibo children of the Indians re Iding In the In about alx weeks they will commence Iho publication of a weekly the pfoai and materials fo which aie already Their mini bors on ho are now about three bun ilrcd but It Is expected that before Ihe close of Ihe season Ihey will bo Increased lo one thousand in or bo dress of a ashlonable Missall glitterand nit Ihe sooner Ibis Idea la dissipated the Words are Him fouod whoro Ihoy most a Mucli fruit of sense beneath is rarely I am alio quite confident lhat ihe iludentl iould profit by examining frequently Por Rhetorical or souio of he i i 1 T1IC This look place uu Iho 18th II al vayi alTordi every reflecting mind a high Ifgrco of pleasure lo witness such oxhlbl It brings back other deeply mgraved upon Ihe and chcrlihed y Iho H alio enable tu o obsarvo ho wotklngi of ihe youthful mlnJ of our Ihal will soon control her The orations upon Tho Worlds ind Philosophy of Public wero ooil well That ipon Agriculture and its and and was lii to with marked All of Ihe ora llonidld credit lolholr author and tho in and would compare favorably with Iho menial effusions of Eastern on similar The addreis of nor to the Ihllolophkn Soclely oni worthy of himself and the 1 he addrcsi of lo Iho Ila Ionian HRI a labored composi lion upon Ihe advantages and dliadvaulngei of our counlryln a moral point of hat deiorvoi lo be read and recollected by he community at Some of lih ia iro waitruly We trust It wlllbe Wo are happy to learn Ihal Ihii Inslilli lion Is In a fiouriiliing During Ibo pait Ihe health oftlho iludenli hai Jeon remarkably and nol one of them hoi Ihe town Ii favorably and not ai yol inflsred from Ihe prevail ing That ilio may commence another j ear under mill more favorable ails and go on to tlie sincere wilh of every true Adi Ciinncii OP Church In Scotland li divided Into dinVreiit denumliia The Eilabllnhed Church has the Free Church hai Ihe United Preibyletiani IheHefonnei or the Uni ted Original Scceders from Iho Presbyteri At the recent meeting of the Unl led Presbyterian It was resolved Ihal Ihey could hold no ftjllowibip with Amcrl can II cost Iho labor of 300 men 18 l run Iho lino between the Unltoi Ailibutlon Irealy lor a path was cut Ihroiigh forest SO feet and cleared of all trees At Ihe end of every there Is a oas Iron four fee out of the seven Inches square ai Ihe and four at with raised lot ten on the uaming Iho oommlislnneri who run ihe and Iho llama BLACK lead from which pen cil points aio comes from Ihe princi pal plumbago mine In Iho al Borrow II fi situated In a and Instead of being worked con Ilko other it Is opened only once a when a sufficient quantity Is taken out lo supply Ibo world for the year lo and It Is again closed with strong and mull the not ntinual supply is From Iho lime of Queen Elizabeth II ii said Ihal all he fine pencils In Ihe world have been made of Ihe lead from this mine THE OVA can loll Ihe value of a smile Il coifs but II Is beyond price tu the erring and repent Iho lad and the lost and for Il disarms urns hatred Ip revenge lo and paves the daikesi uallii with genii of A smile on the brow betrays a kind a pleasant an alTeciliOn ale a dutiful a happy I adds a charm tu Hie face of Iho and lovely wo nan resemble the ahgeli of W a ure K The illscusilon between Curleo and ivo u perieoi niiisu 10 inctr manutuclurcf The discussion between Curleo and tereiare shops full of upon Ihenuesllon Do polllioallea In call minister to exercise a greater Influence In he wants of al alTalri than lomowhal ir On tbn rnnfu Curlee poiaeisei n good conlalniitho followingaitenrilfieVaiJ way of avoldlntt tho inayaifdlfiay jy lot be nst S Vyorthy f rn readeri will understand for 0umi The former li a lerrn IcomL mou In Ihe Sonlh wjefurK frnm tho fact that bees V found when the hollow of lection i ITM Iilko many other of the1 motl vuliiablij Iho prevention of crglfi was the result of mere aa ouscure llvlngiln a seqiiealeretlrdell ahionght the In ihe Ion of Nofth and oiindntlou of and ovor Ihij he and used il fur somo lime as a A ho converted hiichlmney foundftlroik o platingall new hlveifai hey iwarmed Upon aach gum on the The spring follows nol knowing anything nerrly ai common place n nqnlieil aflor hln beei and Ihe moth had dealt H lib ery old hiv dcilroyed bad ho fact Ihal he had placed thematlomsl conlderable iliilanoe from tbe old by lhat means themolh had net found and they wcte all dolnp Winlfr The Irne slate of Ihe uggcitcd lopur noulji oC Iho gum tiia had prevented the ling in it alwayi from the about the month of Iba else tho catlstic proportlelofithe aihei had destroyed Ihom before w and thtii saved hia stu and advised construction of made with slabi nailed lo theouter edges reaching four inches above lie iirrfieeuor Iho and Ihe plane Hie bcnchtnt that depth filled with ashoi or ohdyo sink themouth the gumi in tha making ihe exit and ojne inches above the ashei or lime and iojlTe careful to havo all Ihe crevlcei 9tlbV7giim well filled and no Ipoisible Iho i jl Migceillon he bis aeled on lollhe1 and In consequence be nive and i at this time doing aprodt Frno fire otburrcd j eslenlay morn Ing 01 about half pail two In Ihe four alary fire proof brick building ofChou IUBII i near Iho corner of Market and Main opposllo Ihe Centre market The fire we In thb back pail of Ihe firsl occupied ai an apothecary and rat drug by At and before ihe engines w ere falrlv al the whole of his as wellai Ihal uf a clolhipri on the same wore In In the itcond a small as inilment of Ac were doolro The third story was occupied as u by where ho had slowed away some ono hundred and seventy ono nxleen hundred budalo 1 also Ihrco hmnlrei banels of molasses in the belonging tu Choulcau were totally Iho entire wond work of the which U owned by Henry Including shutters wero entirely Ihe following li the loss sustained a well as no enuld ascertain Larkit sixteen hundred 000 uu stock of sup posed lo beonlirch entered by on Insurance of in Ihe Home Mutual Insurance Frielanaai slock of do Insured for Chmitcau and three hundred barrels molasses valued al covered by 1 ho building was Louts August INTEMPERANCE AND pnor fel low who had spent hundreds of dollars a the bar of a ceilalu being ono day mil of oikcd Iho landlord to Irui him with a glass of was the surly I never make a practice of do Ing tuch The poor fellow turner lo a gentleman who was sluing anil whom he had known In belter sayint Sir will you lend me a sixpence Certain wai the The landlord with alac placed Iho and glass hefori Ho look a pretly good nnd Ing swallowed and replaced Ihe glass with evident ha turned lo ihe man who lent him Inn and ii Ihoiixpunco I owe malt it a degraded ai I always to iin borrowed money before I pay my grog bli a region nol a hundred miles from his where the young Is laugh how to Ihey hang out a ilun In the and figures viz bOruiNg Thrre is a spdlin Iheie words Ihal not fall lo diaw oordi of puplli to that fli lihlng Ienn on Do lieu bo wise prefer a person before money j lr ne befure beauty the mind before Iho Ihen Ihou hast a a a second self one lhat bears an equal share with theo In Ihy toll and My said Swift in a there are three sorts of of and of 1 shall not ipeak of Iho nf you being liable lo hat abominable New science of imbuing he minds nf Ilio rising generation with el menu of l termed by Ihe United Slates Ihe aoience of a method of refining he breed of There are two says Port lhat should come homo every Bvenlugal daik ablo with their old stock bcin utterly deF Jfcyel SWECI OIL or important chemical afiEiTg lull ba been recently rriadej by Ufa means of uhlch oil of lurpenllne freed fiqm 111 so oomplutoly It with any desired wnn out at all delorloatlngifiom ils useful pro The eminent Serneyj uho hai analyzed Ilio aiveel oil of stales lha all the useful lies ufioll oflurpenllne fact all lls deleterious are complete ly The doctor alio slates mixed with iweel oil is free torn and does not mil those vapors whivh are health and lhat the USD of sweel oil of ponline is a oorlamipreventive of painleia and by Its use homo painting becomes apoifcclly Two French Llvenals and have aseer tallied lhat tho deoompoillinn of skins after Iho IholeosJ of w disengages carbonated gas of a supurlor of ed grape placed in a while hot retort in lets than seven 350 quart of excellent caibonaled hydrogen It burns with a biilllant while is out ainlomlls lilllo in fion with that produced coal andii An experiment will the of wine wai equally THE CALironriiA Bbstorvi Shipping of July contains a Hit of all the tessels known lo bate saileddtJ reel for California previous lo lhat ft exhibits the following facts i rilhvj Whole number of Whole number of Whole number of t 68 Whole number of i i Whole uutuber of t i i Of Ihe eleven are British Fmich of Ihe ono llrlluli and oiia Ficncli of Ihe one Brlllshj and of Ihe one Who would have that an Immense Heel of i sevenlyoiie most of wliich sized had sailed year for CallfoinlaV Tlle of the whulo world has never preiented 10 grand and iT A DAIIIY of ofthelal gest dallies in the Ills farm tlla of 300 of vthjcli ore devo ted lo gran ha keeps 100 head of calllo and 97 In one joar he made pounds of more than pounds ho sold ai une lime In Ihe oily of New for 0 lo 7 cent per He feedi bfi mostly on ha and carrots of Iho annuall Beside benefit derived from his urai lia gather not leas than 300 busheli of Cure for a llorst ptilhng rl lold ono car under a small i strong jpofd which fastens He may civa ope ut never a l MIIBM THE ViniUES qr SparS irmcihiajM t e i Drinking water In mnderallon nrllhfr nakei a man 1101 In nor Ills wife a The Now York Cily Item thutreonnieiiV in Ihe above Think of Ihligenlleman whrn about lo crook life pliant hjnge pf Ihe lowtiabrindy Drinlilng lever mado a malt rcineclcd oor v These sentiments would do credit her i tl Where there Is no com ynu will flrt ciows and wheio Ibere u no money no   

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