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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 17, 1849, Alton, Illinois tallP Cs mMIVOlS FRI i f Jiy il IjVJ i vl v and one hutidtodand Olergymeniare those nho wore employed In iDomosllo Missionary service ll0 to nsoleut termsdemanded the caslleloliur 1 no laid could net lie me wal not dliposed to to itopHhelr I and of Hunltey you I fain have you depart lo him who Mar t there Is hope of bul not u no out thou noble mjnded hecks and mounllriiio her bear Caftb S War I ed lo thecamp of her hadbeen HPrlend Grav 1HB IS PUBLISHED BY For one square or ioo For caili 60 A liberal dodilctloil made to yearly anil Philadelphia tand at his dllicrcnt offices In Haw Baltimore and authorized lo receive Adverlliementa Intended for loicrllon In thli pafcarj aiid also to acUi our general Agontln anv miller counectaJ Tilejniphiandynirecol Intended abyntlii the Djineillc Board are In want of funds escutcheons a iloble ur Tor the sand forward advertisements ihitng this Journal In Iho I I i A t of Board be continued wilh Increa1 V Bn Impatient toward Ihe great sed energy1 nnd t i I ua he maileri were et debating on the most ent course lo be PUBLIC f V l II has often struck us wllh surprise while Is provldedwilh almost ry thing necessary lor private or public she should so Inng re main destitute of a Bathing a few citizens have appropriated rooms In their respective dwellings to the above purpoie but these are designed for Ihelrown exclusive ami for obvious a small number only can enjoy this It necoisarlly results that Ibe great mass of our population must whol ly deprived of and consequently obliged to resort lo imperfect and inconvenient sub It is generally admitted that fre quent especially in Ihe Summer are essential to Ihe preservation of They are particularly recommend ed by eminent medical as among Ihe surest and most effectual safeguards against attacks from Cholera and although wo have good ground to hope that Ibis fearful disease has now left yet It and pro bably If nofthe or next at least at some fuluie It the counsel of to neglect nothing which appears calculated to check or limit its even if we were sure never again to be by the same a Bathing establish of iiilHolont ilimenilrmx to accommo date our increasing would bo de not only as a great public conven but as a certain means of promoting the general With one of the largest rivers on the globe immediately In front of our and every desirable facility for tho erection of the requisite we are persuaded that and substantial Balh ing house could bo put Into operation here at little and that It would yleldajjery fair per upon Ihe We further believe that Ihe city Council would readily grant lo any person willing to en gage in tho permission to erect ono ou Ihe Public or at some other suitable point where water may be easily as as afford him such other proper encouragement as may bo desiiable to Insure his We are aware that it Is now somewhat loo late In Ihe season to Ihlnk of putting up such an establishment in time to be used Ihe present we throw nut these hints In Iho hope Ibat they may attract the attention of lomo one disposed lo try the experiment andlhat such arrangements and preparation may bo commenced this Fill as shall insure Ihe completion of Ihe undertaking early In Ihe ensuing This be considered a small business but It may become as It is almost certain lo become ultimately It has proved such In most of ilacej where Ihe attempt has been made no good reason exists nhy It should bi v al Louis staled tliatSjUof fifteen of Temperance In the 19 orJjf died ol this be It must be admitted that Ihe tnortaXfy among the Sons has been much among the general onotenth of whom are animated to have fallen before Ihe pel IS We are gratified to learn that the four colored kidnapped from their fa some llmolait have been recovered and Iwo of the arrested and commlliod to jail to answer fof is sometimes but almost always T T 1WV A colored man In orders In the Church of Ii about to be ordained a Blsli for the purpose of superintending the Missionary operations oMhat Church in If well qualified for the as he dolibtlois he will in all probability be found far more useful in his new field of aVwell as more capable of resisting the of than any white man can reasonably be expected to be and It may be hoped that hisappointmenl will greatly facilitate the Introduction of Cliffs and in regions which now are the abode of inpersli seems that some of the people of the South are turning heir attention to the subject several cotton an iron foun a cotton gin and a wool com In the establishment of a ca pital of about has been are In successful operation and a flour mill Is immediately to be erected at cost of These enterprises have given a new impetus lo the business of the town Mhlch is now one of the most prosperous in the Her we will not be lost on other following reached us tiymall a few days Presuming that It Ii only a fmcy and not tended to allude to any particular we give 11 a place in our THE FEMALE With fond delightshe Ited limestonctanu fcldipari Wheneer aho aces a rock shell scan And tell what nil Iti womlors Rare shells imil fossils of all Are ranged nor amplq room Fetrttled blocks of wood she We from the annual Report of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United the total amount received by the during the year ending on tho 16th of June his been as follows For Domestic For Foreign 76 38 Making a total of There has been the me the following vii For Doineillc 18 For Foreign 51 Total The above shows a small excess of re i over the expenditures but as the ettlo fuml was In arreari at heclosoof last there s still abalance of 88 due the Treasurer for his advan up o the day above meutiojiedj while too Foreign fund exhibits a Inclu ding the balance on band the close of last of V The principal by the Do during the past year have Fur the lupport of In in 13 In 37 24 In m In The balance liai been divldeil fifteen other The Boatil have beph m vix To the nupport of ln SO In Af 40 In In This tady spcaka of and of SKeotl is seen Ihe branches Of for rocks to swell hor lilt In on quarriea aholl And seize some relic for her pains Dally her relimlo la With Ihe specimens II cabinet augments her pleasures And oil she wilies to frlenda To or purchase foaall treasures And send them on without delay If one ahould go In acek for or on Californiaa He la aikcd lo bring back shining and Though never charmed by all natures with Young men could never loot aucli creatures To wed them would be madness Shed oft forget her huibanila dinner Or wandering logo IhB loxl at church Marriage Itaelf could never win From thalfonducaa for deep Auguat TO THE SONS OF To 1 lately felt Anil ao roiolvcd within my mind take an Eastern router Woodburn Uunber To meet wllh and gazu my flit Die sons were Tho sons In uniform And auro Ihelr came alinuld be revered lly Imth young and old who aro doinj more to slay Old Alchya day by Thantbla devolodKohl J While ladles take an active And atrlvo to tho Tempranco Tho noble Fold aucccoili what cheera more than When mans erasing what beguiles Anil leads to darkeat deeds A by the ladles To point tho fiona to Chtlit nnd They will moil highly prize Id teachings point to Kndless Day why ils precepts dare despise A Banner waa On thfl sons may dally Fidelity and This by females Should nil the Sons with quenchless Tliey were ndilreaicd by one of Poaaeaieil of iiatrlollc Endowed with gifted mind may aucccas Ida ellbrtl Tillall Iho Tcmiioranco cauao shall Wllh bonds of love Co yo noblo r Thojojfulday begins todawn When selling um will ceasci So speed yo and apccd ye From ton south lo frigid Till all aro Won wllh lovely and lovely To ice lie weeping mother fraught Wilh blessings truly dear The fatherquili Ihe flawing Concerned about his living 1 And wipes sway a learl Aniwrn TO LoaooRtru IH LAST AMUSEMENT In which are bund the following viz Mtu Sum Sea THE A founded on Hitlortcut BV UII9 ISiUCLLAj Great weiollip preparaliuns going on I and aiound the caslle of Siralh bogle fo III the gallant Earl of at th bead of most of Iho northern we about lo sol out oil his maioh I uphold the cause ofthis sovereign again the turbulent and rebellious o War chargers stood ready caparisoned champing ulth impatience at the delay o At the council ended the lights dispersed and betook themselves to e where them Ivcsln preparing for Hunt y till the ISil malfolad figurp dls ipenred and then pulling small silver hlslle to his he blew a suppressed and nslcal Llghtjootsteps were beard anglng befdmt id a momcnflirter there hung ou the breast Iho sylph like form and long lihevelled lodks of a blooming girl of se Margaret fancifully denominated le Heathbel of was renowned iroughout Scotland for her surpassing beau aiid that n6beneii or mind and ble spirit that characlerlzed her felhers Her glancing from under ng silken united Ihe fire and brll ancy of Ibedlamond with the hue and soft adlance of the sapphire the contour ofher and form wero faultless as those of a ebe and the rich dyes of the sweet molm Mnflower whose name she were not tore more or more natur than Ibat which mantled on the cheek nd glowed in Ihe ripe Up of But the rose for a time left her and he big bright tear gushed unbidden from er as her father strained hor io his and breathed over her a fervent but farewell God bless my fair child1 said tnd natch over thee when thine earthly ather is far I am i defend my sovereign against those subjects u ho seek his ruin and so atix oils am I in thli that I leave but a iw men to defend Ihee and thy fathers cas e though those few aro for o danger I reach you take them all take my aid raising No danger vlll or can atsail us here and if there belter far that I should perish amid le ruins of my father than our ood King ihould suffer forTack of My own Margaret exclaimed the gain pressing her fondly and proudly Ic Is well art Ihou worthy of the erne thou bearest But our Kihc Will not dffer for those nhom we leave who re motly old uorn out veterans or boys no el capable of bearing And my we miKt lor I hear by Ihe sounds rom the courtyard that my brave friends ait Dry those slighter of Gordon ihould not weep when er sire goelh to said he cannot forget that be to o death well no said put Ing her gently from and replacing hi lelmat Thou wilt hearfrom irie my Fare tbee toelll He iresseil her In its and hastily left the And now arose rronvthercoiiityard th leartStlrring clang i of the olfioers marshaling leighing of and the olaihlnc of ar body after body of the little army Icparted from the wound rouu he oinlnenoe on which It Margate Cordon stood upon Ihe bnlllements of 111 ilghesl watching their movements being conspicuous fiom her exalted sit as Ihe clam passed successively be rorc occasionally a gallant and youth rul knight paused for a moment in his ca and respectfully raited bin gauntlete land lo or bowed 111 iluines of nano of his Margaret coutteous y relumed their salutations when she ob served them but for tho moat her eye blluwed of her 10 rode at Ihe bead of his nifty band aik urecn of their tarlans contrasting fine y Ihe brilliant red of the Mackintoih who marched Immediately Mar areli heait throbbed wjlh loyal and patriot c asshelooked on that gallan Ihe lower of Northern chlval and thought of the glnilous cause I which they and the motive ay which Ihey suppor of an excellent and beloved ain Ihe overthrow of a lutbiileht and powerfu which had risen to such a height o insolence and pride as to menace the ver She the receding troops till Iho faded from her and cveri after Ihe la vestige of the dint they left had dlsappeai for hours she remained onthe battlf straining her and gazing It tently lujo the dim blue As sh at about to in easlln her eyei carefully over the extended lam her attention was arrested by aclou of which she soon found wai raise by a body of rapidly epproachln from the For a moment th idea possessed her that her father and hi filcnds were reluming but on seeon thought she felt this to bo impossible and vague presentiment of Impending dance filled her But she was not a mafde who could sit down and weep on such on oo easlon she descended from Ihe battlement called together all those her father hid le to guard the and prepared to nlan Ihe should the approachin troops prove Nor was she Ion kept in In a very abort time th caslle was surrounded by armedmen Ih broad ensign of the Earl of Moray llaunte on Ihe and loud shouts of Duugla Douglaul rose upon Ihe Karl of was one of Ih brothers of that Earl of Douelai who was assassinated by the hand Kin James Ihe and to avenger whos death his five Ihe eldest of whpi assumed the title of Earl of Douglas too up being joined by many power fill anil Infiuenllal railed an atray o sulficleot si length to bid for to the power of Hearing lhal Ihe Earl of Jsroes chief was gnine southward to Ii lerccpt Ihe progress nf Lord Crawford an the Ear of leaving the castle o Strath bogle almot Moiay re solved tp make a descent upon it end hav Ing come from Inveroeis by hurried movo menls and forced wet now befor Ils within a few hourt of the ure of ill Immediately mi nrrlvu be dlfpatched a and in haughty am MI emu lor raauit arallons to laid young aid Earl of you will net sure raise your arm against a I nol repeated the hen a woman forgets her sex andassumos he airs of a ihe Is to be considered as and my arm will be against her till tralhbogio caslle be a smouldering heap f By my halldom Ibe girl has the plrlt of a cockatrice we shall tee whether1 re will not lame tl She has a spirit that deservesa belter elurn at Ihe hands of a bravo mutt ered for be knew it was In vain argUe wllh his It Is neediest to detail the progress of Ihe If such it could be which last d bul a few The besiegers and Ibe lesleged stood al the rale of two hundred o one but Ihe Gordons were brave old ve though almost bearlno were actuated by a portion of their oble and would have scorn d to yield to a But the strife was aln for if a Gordon appeared on Ihe battle a thousand arrows wero pointed In lantly at hu and one after another of lie brave veterans were thui picked Still Margaret kept up he and llor elf ascending lo Ihe battlements endeavor d lo encourage her few adherents with the ope that pwhnpi assistance might be uoo Ibis heedless exposure of her person had nearly proved fatal lo her her while dress and dark green plaid rendering icr a conspicuous archer of itoiays thinking lo win favor from ils commander by her was In the ery act of discharging an arrow from his Archibald peiceivmg ill spranpsuddenly1 and bended bovKwIlhhis drawn severed it Intwo severely cutting he arm of ill owner at tlie lame Dastard and slave lake hat for thy base and cowardly design God be praised that enough lo ireyentiti completion he who dares lenceforth lo point a shaft against that ly my Ibissword shall reach tiff i BCK mis ol ome In Ihe brave father lo ake war aslle but loll cprescniatlveof here as he and that sooner of ould I iy falheii yield It up to as ho Is When the herald bore back his answer lo is tBy SLDuilsianl1 exclaimed the rising in Ifl shall Marry si lall have her ohoUeVihe shall perlsh ami Careless of thine wilt Ihou uot Margarot could resist llh mo as Ibou she said and Dllit ii hastily taking off ifls and wrapping closely around Ilioform of tho agitated took her gently arid tenderly liVhis and started on bis perilous o In lafoly till he readied the alrcaso leading to the great icct of flame met his Which II seem d rhailnojs lo attempt to ai paused In and set hli trembling urden on her ij Leave me leave mal Margaret alone you will be able to Beav no to my O Jeav o leave no patt exposed except her said bury your fice In my bosom ud cling roiind and then for ne bold stroke for life It ii la brave said n a lone of deep Alas you have osl your own life in attempting to save l t t si n Fear sweet whispered but o as I bid and all may yet be Margaret compiled for though grieved so o she the only means him to save which she wished him to do and prlnglng fearlessly Into Iho Iravcrs d Ihe hall wilh the neatness of nd reached Ihe open air all blackened with and7dreadfully A loud tiout of joyful congratulation t arose from 10 assembled hey saw nerge from the ragtng and t rush rith unabated speed lu the direction of his alhers and had strength uffiolent just to deposit his lovely burden who thanks to her preservers forethought n wrapping his plaid around was al nosl wholly unscathed on a when e fell backward on the overcome lih and Intense my Ood I lie will Is nd I am the cause exclaimed wringing her and hanging over n an agony of 1 Douglas opened his languid and Despite his forlorn situation his bosom hrilled with pleasure at Ihe heart springing nxlety depicted in her anr ibratlng in tho ohurds of her musical He raited himself onhis anc o reassure murmured ot for Is shall soon be Bui In spite of bis efforts to repress wrung from him by excruciating the discomfited archer to a as Douglai was out of knight injwn mans attire has smitten our young gallant Every from the walls loIdjobiitltaTBllediioifilnRf for Iho beilea giealdoor nf Ihe anil piling around t a quantity tof set to At first anil then more rapid as if gaining the devouring ele wns Consumed nd Ilio lames burst into the But Ihe Inmates showed no token of surrender The Earl of looked calmly on while followers heap fue on the fire but the generous soul of Archi bald levoltcd at Ihe Idea of the dreadfu death lo which Ills fathers wrath had doom cd thebelng of he had hear so ami spirit ho had teen a proof in almost agouiz ed suipense bo awaited the momentarily ex peeled signal of Bul when nom such and he now the nn 3iicnchable element blasting from the win and rising in cokimiis of Aamo ove time warn wallsof lie could contain himself no but rushing sprang through Hie flaming frag and roamed from hall to now driven backby heat nnd flame now half by until he fuuni tho object of in on aparlmen near summit wailing the death Inevitable She was her female aMendanls hav strict gone under a flag of as ibon asshe found the dos Irncllon of the castle was the Earl of Mo rays Approaching her with extended arms Douglas wasabout toclasp her but she drew hauj bold rel not by thy I come to save you aughtily rebel she Insult ra said Ihe be wintered knight I have come through Ih flames for that sole owe my life to lai with a look of For the sake ol thy le me bear to a place father knows value honor moi than lift replied lit vibe sam Lovely said advancing step or and raising hii eyei with a expression that could not fo the sight of her surpassing mingl Ing wllh his foimer admiration and sympa had awakened an undented interest i hli heart lovely If not for thine o thy fathers for mine Margarets proud eye sunk beneath Ib ardent look of the and the colo mounted lo her pale cheek and bu she turned from him without Mistrust me iweit said Doug following I by all that I your honor will be as safe In in hands as In those of your noble A this momenta fresh burst of the flame gush od past the casement of Ihe Leave mrl leave me or the flames will cut off your re r 1 will not leave Sine you refuse to let me save I will di by Ocntlu said the wondering Mar whp art Ihou who run much risk tp lave me from a death I covet I My sweet might perchanc offum am a and a man o liquor end wilt thoit not trust to he pointing in he lames eachi moment that we stay is Etcnpe will soou be Impossible and htiiil you refuse you ORIIIO my deal as well your for I lo la I ulll nol leave you penjhat you slio ere togetberf And wedie we remain we can but die ifwe tlempt to pan the IIe adjusted the flery the plaid id around so as my inuu tuai no our ood Inroeki below Ih relumed Ihe and Ina nerles bell back your own words for you al1 He found six otsiinct opUDie o have no fault In my eyes but the accurij d name you old red They were accompanierl He accompanied Ihli rude which by regular tipple cheek and drops over the whole expnsedaotfJco Arl of Pro mbald at onoeoompreliended Ills posed for thlsjcpiue Is laurontu primumu with dllllculiy itippresseda t A of a young had been repeatedlywarli ed lhal she was of a violent As for brave continued the turning lo tlT Say not farenell to Inlerrupled wnj IV IIIICrrUIHOll V J inj PJ I will accompany you on your journey if be bul jhe Hi r ff informalion tocnvy Hi j f Margaret but he Earl of Moray relating his mishap to a rowncdi Taking hlj flonaiililo he Into an arRiiment wilh my dearMaiiii I foibld not your attendance n thiidamiel but I cnaVge I om m a nil to mislead her by false escaped his and again fel Mho Assistancewn iromptly rendered was soon laid on a and a physician toon afterappearing irooeeded to examlimhts via adlybumed In Kid fact hli Khole had suffered more o his half being eompletel might have been For many and oven he lay inable n move ortnrrr re oleed In the he since it gain ed for him the unremitting care and snllcl nde of the beautiful Hoathbell of Hunlley Margaret She flitted around bin like a ministering angel she bathed hi wounds wllh Ibe healing liniments prepar ed by the leech she smoothed his plllot with her soft white hand he though even the nauieous drugs of the administered by her lasted sweet aii pleasant or io speak more correctly lie perceived no laito they had at s much he while awaljowltij with admiration of his kind atlendanl While his mind was thus filled with lie and dwelling only on that o it may be well was no She scarcely knew what i was lhal bound lierlo the bed side of Ih Invalid shecalled It she dar ed not whliper to herself that It could be called by a tenderer She feared ihn her reputation would suffer in the world fo her close attendance on a youthful stranger bound to her by no liei of relationship bu what could she do She was a prlsone inline camp of under th lame lo In as her brave dell v erer and see him languishing tin derpaln he hail suffered wholly and solel without doing all her pow er to soothe and render tho tedium o aslckbed less She feare at fiist that her father wonld blame her but on second thoughts she conceived Ih as she tried lo petsua the chief hor father1 generous would apprec ate her and approve of her follow ing the dictates of her where ctrat ide herielf wa The Earl of Moray whose mean had ravaging the eitatei o Lord HmiUey without reierve looked o this growing attachment with by n means He had been compelled luflplte of to arinitre the noble ltdiiplayed by ond would hav been but top pappy had a daughter of hi own acted When he beeaine wilneis of her deep and behel he lender lolicltude ihe evinced for he brave preierveri recovery Inihor he came to know her he coult not belp thinking that to make his ion th poiesior of such sweelneii of and warmth o to htm complete But with llili came Ihe re fliotlou that the was a and Ilia idea every and rendere her union wilh Douglai itnponlble j for th Earl of Moray was deeply imbued wit hat a long exiiled between thehouieiof Pougla and Oordon being naturally of unbending no uiialffloa however could iu nil optn Ion cmuiterbatance circutuilauoei of be ing born a After Ihe lapio of a few wreki Archi wai completely recovered from Ihe of feels of hli daring and hfi falher hav fug remained there ai long as plan lien prepared to leave he neigh borhood of Strait bogie now n black ened Ueforo l jcin he deemed It expedient It Margaret Gordon lo jier father fo though he know he mliiht dulain her a a be thought it more politic tt delivur her Out he had am leorct for for I reckoned ly her nbjcnce to ilIHe Ihe thai now phonu forih In look and no lion of While ihe remained in hi he fell to be berlelf In a moment of to luruw what nan Iho his fOlhal oomplotely opened my of Inveuled a print subscribers to irieof a fewjueekslie went and again solicited hand Bnl her reply mind was made up Ho became regardedthe terms she proposed as Insulting lo hon and vowed It should be Ihe last meeting they should He worse and and seemed to run head long to One while lying In Ihe outskirts of Ihe near a little grocery or grog ilpail a young whom It Is not necessary to was passing that way lo her not far and be held him wllh his face upturned lo Ihe rayi of the scorching Sue look her hand with her own name marked upon and placed It civer After ho had remained In I hot way some ho was and his thirst being very ho went Into a little grocery or grog shop lo get a when he discovered Ihe at which he and Ihe name on After pausing a few lie God I who lef this wllh me Who placed this on my face No one He dropped Ihe enough enough lie retired instantly fron the forgetting his but not Ibe Ihe hand or the von If God gave him never to taste or han die Intoxicating To meet Miss again was the hardei effort of his If he met her or on dodge rotint the nearest She at lait addresseii him a note under1 her own Invlilni him Iq her own which he fiiiall1 gathered enough to II told her If she still bore Ihe samo afleotloi for he would agree lo her own terms Her reply was My conditions are nov what they ever hove the disenthralled I accept were soon married and from ha day be kept his and his affairs bright while honors and glories gathcre thick upon his His name has beei enrolled high In the temple of his his and after him wllh imperishable llov many noble minds might the young ladle If they would follow the example o tho heroinehearted Miss the filend o of her anil the rolalloi of La From lha Journal of SINGULAR was In possession of a Gerihai work on Ihe which ho valuei highly and frequently made quotations from Among other remarkable sayings of Ihe au were these would not be a king In Iwould not be a gravedigger In I would not be a soldier In I would ho either III The work alluded lo was written about 200 years It cetlalnly possesses ail Interns or the How frail the nure by which the kings held their crowni In 1818 Who would lllle Ihe cilice ol Jravodiggerln unless he were solely meicenaryi How more than presumable Is II lhal the military men of the earth wll contribute multitudes in to Oil a wide and quiet gravel We may al in for the fair harbingers whichpro mise peace on and good will io Ion of imr Legislature In James of this oml til a Pensylvaola pled seals adjoining each and it so happenedthat they were the onlyGV Ir the house and name was alwpyi Given was a aiii Oiayblll a The taller making one of them a cloio llcmin wn addtclcd to napfing In hl which you well know can never be u coKotnaion IH oun UEFORfilATION OP The dlsllugulshed William within amo addictedto ieffeet f which operated strongly on the tnlnd tit1j md health of his and in a few months iie Doctor should bis attention noro she the Her death led him to leave the country vhere he and hejmovcd to Rich where he soonfrose lo Dut his habits hung about and occa lonally he was found wllh jolly and frolic ome spirits lu bacchanalian rue friends expostulated with lo con vince him ofilhe Injury ho was doing him But ho slill His practice began lo fall and many looked on him as on the sure road to Ho was ad vised lo get with a view of cor recting his This he consented to f Ihe right person He accordingly addresses toa er some months i he asked her land lu marrlagei She i have been well aware of your attentions for some time and should have given rou lo understand that your vlaitsiand at eutions were not had I not re elproeated Ihe affection which you evinced Itcanuot yield my II you make me a pledge never lo ouoh or handle any Intoxicating Illsieply thai lie propo sition as a bar to all fur Iher considerations of the and left Hercoursetnhlm I i V or is he Idol of Iho Thatdiscovery cd happy to be assured py t journal so respectable asiThurlowfatthat I will make us rich for andtheilSol if the We already cenied by tho and In return welcome to Iho which Isj tftar was a Ion from Ibo on Sunday evening ofibelwWn wo and three and a newbfgatllza ion denominated IhelPrltrililve under Iho pastoral eareroftRfv The ceremonies look place al therPearl street and represented Ijave ana hai lbeFieeCatholo i lbeFieeCa has had much suceeis I verting largo numbers lo hli points ofd except that i Bible 11 a bookiof general inong Its penpleln opposition tolli esrclip sion by the old Coijjgjj river Conferenceof the1 church Rockford on Wednesday op Jaynei and and Slate show that Ihe erop has been raoreor less Injured by Ihe t ftajsmasu The Ohio Stale Journal Ecptlon of afew counties In theReietrRr he whole Slate beitlio sufferer In about an equal degree by the Injuries which have occurred to Ihe wheat crop by the rqitarfa A Kentucky paper crop there Is more generally destroyed than In If that could well In Michigan Ihe combined effects of the and tnade Iho yield unusually The same is said In Missouri the erop Is said to be good and the grain The crops In Ihe East are Ihp most favorable and as promising lo supply abundantly any deficit of Iho In New Marylapd end VirginiaIt Ii said that the crops WHATf ii Is like tho raerldlaiilt Is Ih he tlleof Wwws Is Is like an old maids wlihIt puts lino a i it is like a fallen It II like the end of It like the end SpringIt is Iheb ginning of Is Ilkr giving makes over a i u riHtt Julys tmoeilra panvai IIAUS DBBOW po GOOI luatead of on band and for July27 TIlAYKD from the a years o anil a sear when aho Tlio above rewsnl will Itllyerr or aalil Ware it my a rellpiitlj rompGiiaalloii for suull July 1 Tim Sugar I will sell Lewll ana tha Iuly80tf tti 1 O Boieiol id for on al Issllbaoi v in T of lawns ami at York tisvo very liantlioniejawns far saMU cants per call soon anil securesorae of July J lilioWM DUI3SS besuliuil silk Tiiiunii Uncn Baregrf Lloeri lanll Lawnst Direseil Embraidered ttwlBS apdl 90 OOWMAN fc
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