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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 24, 1849, Alton, Illinois Vtffc V AV Wur i June s ojcellenl was IsUonoUr II pas thril ti irj thaa ono i for Inaction as well M to pn of valuable Mipoilltai or tho ilher business concerning this Journal In he Ibe destruction oflbelr entire cila off n t Hi f i bllshment by tho jrcat lire ot May Us in Sain1 n several articles of jrcot Inlercst i i lo Ibe people of UK Wcsli nnd uulnnlt much SPATE parlofthe talented from tie WlioVclaslonSllf v I haverecclvedthe this purpose of his August number of Ihia Inleioslln r ito 51 hathis is nof Ibo numtpcr btforo us is embellished cneapCSl 1ISUCU in the United conducted mil published by Challos relumed their imiul an adequate ro racdy nil boappllcd teethe grievance of vvhlojl our correspondent so justly an which has been suffered lo exist loo II o m i SlrWho is our Slreet Commissioner If our country county roads In as1 bad condlllon as your Slaloslroot should llilnk the county commissioners ought to he complained A very little labor would ulllico lo put It In traveling Cm run lo let the wheels and the mnj poisibly descend safel Would It not be for Iho merest of jourtaiern keepers to go out with their and do lli fur Jlinio noticed thatseveral nf us genllomcn who arrive after are com jclled in lake ruomi at he or udmo other ilRjlinhi o go diuvn your beaulifnl I Hell ran moro lian ono hundred dollars at one lick 1849 New York cltji Ono Dollar j American Phrenological August number of lntcrcstlns uorlt has also reached It Is b aslrlldng likeness or rather Mj the celebrated Aposllo of anil one of Fordjco the rhrenologlcnl characlcr uf tbcse genllemon and contains the usual varlcl uritlen aitlilos In relation lolbascl cnio 11 Ibis periodical is pubsh9d b WCSSM TojUcrs W Jlircnoloslial HI Nassau Now 1 ork One Dollara Tic Halir Cure Jamml and nimldtf chavo elso received Ihe August number or thia as will be inferred fiom lls la cvotodto Ilia pldtoioiiby and pracliuj or Hjdrnpilby The numbei before us contains Iho usual vanctj ofai lUes In iclallon to tho abol o Illustrated by n biv approprlato and the Is bly conducted by Jool niibllslieil by 10 and on Ihe same Uia Phren logical MQRG VN COUNltf Wo rind the following sketch of this ro number of Hie Illinois and transfer ll with pleasure lo our columns fho ivish has been repeatedly oxproscil in somo one of our nil renders in towns and set llemenls ivbich Ilils paper cir would proparo similar sketches of Iheir respective pliees of for publication in By giving a general do ho vicinagep number or In amount and kind oT business stalo of and what dm of emigrants are mnit the would cinfur a botlv on them lolyes and persons seeking homes In our fa This Would also be the meani of dltsomlnaling much talunble li furriiatioii ainoiig ourielces much It would bo ollicrwlta and could not fall of being sourceof grnllficalloii to nil con If the movement were gencrall follnwctl r Wo hopo tlnl somo of whose eye fnay light upon thin n ill act upon the suggestions herein HUM icnderliiR a not only to their own oouimuni but nliu to the country at This Illllo town It snmeivhat remolo from tlio urea thoroughfares nf Iho n Illllo known lo those Inxurious aineteura of the plciuroxj who view na lute Ihroncjli innlaRo In Is the ro any w helhrr in sceneri in tlie phco Eiillielent lo allure Iho more slurd from llie bolm tracks which tourUti and snido books prexcrlbo to thoo reach Iho sub linia amid Iho mountainous lowers of Ihe Iho Is nnt wllhoul nllrac It sllnalod upon a high and cam mnailing over w hioh Iho winds oeaiing Iholr zephyr wlngi a thousand imgranl nijon from the adjacent thus oontiibnliqg much to the hnalih and comfort its H nirirds a pleaiaut immo for thoin who wish lo seek retirement Iroin the toil and excitement of the now crowded towns and accor he noiijhboilng rcHrcd Itn with now and Ihen a slray or ro f ii HP lornllly of this III I can safely lhat Micro ii nn pace on the wide sproadeaith mnro highly dial blaokeJ ej nvolleii bruis r lo darken Iho Irace of our social Our pohtl movements are otownei tho happiest of Iho Chief nxeonllve oi Ihe to fast and that Ihe of AlnilRhiy bo remoied from A SQJJNKTi ilVnlTTHS roll liny a brijlll from tho bluij ilomi at heav Sheds down Us mild bcaiis lUiknessor hen ho cj ca Ihcj ipoulil grccl to soft slumbers are BIVPII i 1 air cities of why Dili waste of yourllglilf long ere this blue Llltc lowers it Imn simtc to ho ray that descendsfrom yourhorns in ho Must tall on Ilia leaves nf Iho iluwrielnliteil ono lovely on Hie robe or tho he on hath bclicl as Ihe bluntest and bosl TIs a ratri III isla lii ho Ihe slar n Iho cvomil piildess or Whllo gazing nn lids she luth irtcilaeil jpa her And told nic o trust tliatwfi neiersbouldtiarC August iiiirn uimu HID aiiirin nosiilenco wlifcl lyFisleth at nopn U tlia pn lo proYonMnV nt projects who 10 unite uijiiiour circle nn WvHtail nuil IQVO nn1 filel In journals annonnco he Hval al BVdeii orUEiiii the cwlo taM GerniaiipalriotVwbo left Ibe Unite Stale is somo In order lo par iiia Itiiho ciruits which avviing to jcciiro Iho bleislngs of a Ilij reporled arteil a r by be iFfenjh must ljave beeft OF A Tulat founded on Invents BY MISS Concluded The younp man In submission anl soon after the pirlv t It wai ft tho character nf a not of L that Margaret hnd cur hicn np uoaclml by during her tnp jii pile of thft to PC thaj now reveleil mrcslrnlueil in hU he npprecmteil he1 critical position in which she andTuUh iinepnritblp rbni a noblo hsutforbornu to breathe n pltabo Ihnt render her situation mcomfitrtable Tie hail Intuiidoil to reveal ill love fitr her as they jiuriicj ed together fftvaril Ihe of her father It itiriy lliero bro bo conceit ed u 111 what pnln ho lecoiv cd his words forblddlitg Iho ery thins he had brch bent on lie on In silence hy her side for n coixhlprnble clllnncej nt linqth he turned oSir Gilbert her aged pro ami requeued to fall been ftniintih im back a few Iho olil knight imtleil uthcrhuve laid nnd and Duoglas plnclluj hl sloeil clnso befido piilereil jntoojuvor satton njiii the fair 1 rhetlmn ho fn I must bid jon lur my fnthcrN or dcrs nnt pennil mo to arcotupany ou all tho Might I ho adiled In a low totie nf might I hnpo thai tlio ihemory of Lonl daughter will foinotirncn dwell on int Can yoii doiibt It sail Mariarnt It is iipnosslble to furget what my very cxtitcticc keep In my Da oohtliiued with Etiulled gravl that I have my gratitude to wllli n her Dilllghs Slntped and guessing sionalelj to InVllpt anil i rond I nrewel and looked olio yet inbre lender dark flahins Mara Raiets hand troinblSd vlnlemly In but ot he Ihounht II hall returned and Iho clrincn hat met ami sunk bo ncalh him but loo plainly that her coldness nnd griitty He fat ga7ing upon her dnwilcnM till he forsnl Ills Intended but he was leoalled lo by with drawing her innrmnflrift in a low joil noble With antithpr and a ho nt lencth turned hU horses Head and nfltr cxeliBiiglna a few with Sir lio plunged rptiM Into hM noblo nniinaln and WM xoort wny on hN homeward It tho stole that Mar arot learned how deep w us the fnterent ho liad awAkenecl In her nnr a fthe rJn behlnil anMhg felt as It half of tint hcait was lorn awayi SHo would fain liave were too ninny oj en find ihe xvai oblig ed to ctffle It lii to nllempt todescribo Ihe jo of Lori nt lhaifn jvpecled appearance of tho dnughler uhnm 10 had been and whose nrnel tealh lie had to And not great were hli nurprlae and admiration when he heard from her own In what naiinpmhe had been caved end he joined nr in jier of tho gallant jouiig1 uilglit nllh licnilfelt But lliorc was nomethlnp in Margarets voico nnd manner that leil him lo bdieve that hersen linents for Douglas were moro tender than nnre gradhido and hero ome oevertly tn hh as he paid Have a Margarel When ono oungnnd inexjierioheid ni U deeply ndebted to a gallant youlhful uito is npt tn lide lulu Hehan bound ne tiN friend tn hn it dearer to rnc than my on it bht raniiot do Marpnr in thy lio U ttbcl Lnul ITntitleN cautiori cimo loo ale ITiidaughnrcoUliUnlj rpmcmbcrlhai had endangtred anil nearly hfo In Bavins nnd her IOJB nnd inlriotjc horrnr of rebellion paie wny bo riire lie seiiliinotitt hi conduct had luspir Yet It nnt lhal she her my gratitu nd my sin you will know no nn friendship will be eicr ours slgbfd Douglas alali nil stern duty permits mo Ah did wrong In bid youremomber rather forget the wretched yoiith who isdchaircd by a fgihoriliijnne lions from ilK ulging Ihe lov e lhat cnnsum Inghlml All why should loie and Noble her fathers spirit beaming from her ii language unworthy of In speaking thus ynn havo alioady broken Iho commands of a however his wishes may jar with wnuld I am counsel yonlo might that was brave Douglas ynn have already gone farther your noblo father prmijllcd and if sunh a knowledge can ilvo you rest lhat you iih you a friendship lhat never can glvo you earwilK but oh how inucli more gladly ivoiild 1 you as R oould you bo Induced tu throw down those nnd re turn to your allegiance to our good Uhe blood of my murdered said calling from1 Iho earth for forbids my following such a And does Margaret of Hunlley value mo the less lhat I iirn thus forward in vlndlcallpg Iho honor of my falhers house It will be relumed eva lo drop sineo It Is ono on which ive cannot And M us And arc you then so anxious for our pall ing Inquired in a lono of dli answered wllh a deep bluslii I would that yon could ris even till wo reach my thai I might pre sent to him tho nrescivcr of his lint ife she cared but Illllo far rorshehad icen willinc to it she con iderrd her it the thoiiflht that ic had run tueh for her cako thai ntiched anil lierxubsfqiientmlcrcnum cndincr to give lur a full kno his lubleneis of conllrmod her good niion Rut Mill it umn nJiiL3 to think oping f r In of her alhctN uurds forced ihemselvea on her nnd she uas obliged to lhat he u at a D and n rebel Miny mnntht had cincc Ihe burn S of Sfrath bocio ntul ho Ding asups wore m but ami thesccesMon ofil to traco the jirngres of n civil ulllce H trt Baji lhat the Cul of nffertijlnc in to liolii out apalnil Iho the King hail fled to Iho nirU of Ormimd and Mora el in 1 Iw o noblo concentrating all Ihtir had to maio n decUlvo ami Tor thlj tnok pnit nt n ptnco cnlled lliero lo await ho onset of ti of Iroopa commanded by the Cut of Iho IOPQ orArchlhald as for Mrtrgarnl of Ilnntlpj hid in nn fn Ihu ditllcu1l which iad been throvxn In hh wut had U Ihu mil lo strengihen t Ho hid fmmd rncaiH though strict I forbUlilpn by both fit futher and iho mo and speak n on more tlian ono nnil tioiiuh an alinnst limir noiuitablii biiniiT belween thini lit thnt iho lined and he uaa hap iy in the I la wore m Fcaif or to tens of hU Iful N a singlo tuft of tho Vrctly lower nnmo fho crncrd hU but minj utro he youthful Ctvnticrj who envied him I lib right to Tho Esrl of Moray know net In Wliodo honor ivoie of wouM hn irnjjedj for he unultl i inhis than tieen him form ah nllinncB wilh OIIP of the hited GordoiH Not were tho prejudice1 of Iho Earl ofTluiilley csa imcompromN iiijfj In dn him ho disliked tho of tnoro than his person of un know n to bul ho un nu nnd lie cimceivpd n fur him oiv account ofiiH gallant Induct to ns ho himielf ho could not forget Ihit ho In arms against sovereign and had that his or at least did not tho addresses ol such Q well at horcdita ry ptiilOj wouM have laken ami ho would hiive Iremftled fiir of hU Bal Margaret regarded lhat honor as highly os he did and though refuso to loro the nublo youlh whoso every thought was devoted lo sho ninst tiolenmly vowed thnt iho never would bo lirr coinenti and cnnld never be obtainet ill Archibaldsubmtlled hitiiiulffn tho am became n rue subjeclj there scimiiil little chanco of liU notwilhslnnding hii cBlimable miali ho wn prund ami anil burn nig tn revenge lie injury dune I u liuuso by ho asiasslnalinn of hU uncle an evenl which has left indelible slujn on iho riaine of n King whn was otherwise one o Ilid best ever nat upon tho It took placo on Shrove We must iiovv return o Ibo ftpld of Ar The rebel army was drawn np In a very ailvanlagaous and being comman by amldetermlned prcnerittMl a fnriiililable front lo Iho he alter wort mute anil ivere actuated by inslintllva ichso ol lite jjisllce nf liieir mine which tho gents Many deed uf lug was done on both tides but L loemiij if lht spirit all iho slnnchost lor its whu nver swayed the pcinculy of had hat day iiuplriMl he heart ami nervtn Iho arm of the Earl of Moray N Wherever tho raided Hit llilckoU hi thu roailor will pinion the Illwrly we liaro Ininuliliiif HutitltyiirestHt nt Iho liatUoof wilicU nut ilia iascj ll liavlns ticcii niincil by Hie Ilio ami otttcr bottlur comniantlcd tlicir own IfunUay flad lhat you aro aa you liavo Mil jour awoul by our of tins r rust jmi will nnd bettet tempered than our 1 ell me said n aHonlsh tho klliBl11 whp lluia conquers alike by nlo prowenn and hU geiierositv1 My namo is returned joiiiiff man bo that fiunicieni nnsurance lhat ttie sword I olTer hai been dli Srncedl c of I am allhongh I know ihee oald Hunt ley lak nK the turning away o another v But the prowess of a ulncle individual cnnld not antt little 5ccne was cnaclinq the caufo of loj alt hi ho rebiN were giving on all nndaf ter a conflict df n few the Irumpct of and Iho loyal Mamlard pf Scotland waved cxuItuiRly over Ihe flnin at AmoiiR the for ID was tlin Lord Mo among Iho were his and Archibald When Ihp llarl of JJunlley learned that no you nc lunyht u ho had no gcnerousl spared hii ho Fame Archibald who rescued his from ho Ini rcgnid nnd ndmirntion in and be if postl to sa e hit life in hit Ansonlinc at bli intctvitw Ihe him fir hu lut ally ami nnd byouaht to imtno somo reward for his he said Mi I ask no boon but Iho pardon of Atclnbalil non of tho of noiv a cantive in my nndi Impostlblp replied the King Should ne grant ono would bo no end to Iho on our nnd I were poor policy to lelfiof bone who only w nit for au oon lOltirulnlidsleiiilci loirfost boroii in III irm In turning asltic ftrouiiil hlmln he was in n orlug lo rcoil Iho slrarjgotJ prove slroke at Dpuglat1 lo ond ment strlkfrrgTh Us ililcr o flidonv Innt nllh pt scemDil oboul lo Jnnimlnit adeniHy ajv a the snnu HI fclUmlslrelchcil csvullcr rose soldi i j in Loijl ol yi IADPO lif DoVglas totted liig go nuo mniiiif aiiuei but he will have lo make out o ilronp casn to riltt arrived In the evening al lls the family were almost dlst countenance one Corolla old mask of m Hlf Viosllnlcir a Ilia story looked earniklly In the manly faco of It IF to reail soul then us Iri It Is mi lshonorJheo to lavo Ihy lltnely fty respectfully Irmly loijrniit Iheo a full nnd un conditional panlon for Ihy pnst noiiUst kfier still think II a dlshopor to submit hyself lo my 1 My Kin exclaimed lonoli oil lo tho and Ihrowlng himself at his sovereigns I am unworthyof this iimpiiBiiimlljl Indeeil do I bee my lhat II may henceforth be spent In j our service and blaslod be my own if ever agltn Ills raised ngalnsl Ihe most generous 6f princes I Enough enough I good said and raising make not too many ell milled the for curiosity hail Uuen1 encilcd by the me wllat Induiicillllee So penorolislyMo sparotho life oflho Earl Iho snoru foe of Ihco anil thine Was ll mere ly from a spirit of or hadt thou a frlendlilpforhim My conduct to my sprang larllj from respect and friendship for iilm and from hip for him he sco nn oihorj rhj onsiTered have lipunjs sulfi Lieut for my ulthes they nto boot la IllRlily lalscd ci rom e Prom n ball said Ilia Trom love for only Ihe fearless returned the col An I cried he King I Ihoughl llpto w as aomctliing of Mils kind In Ihe Mint er I hato heard a tale of a burning cas le and n rescued maiden and h An drew I on aro worthy nf and nho of DJCS sho love thcp hough 1 need lot ask i She is mine said Iho jnung man wllh if there is faith in she is mine 1lionlrt a bold snld Iho w lib n He nn he and he door Lord Hunlley my Lord of continued hero has been R dnublo gallant not only rebelled gaUist our rojal but has nlio daud tu aspire to tho o of n certain loyal whom fate and fire threw In his waj How ray Lord thallibo unto him wo havo already Inflicted punlshmonl and for Ihe second wo lenvo him to onr I suppose I am in duly bound In follow losltv of Ihe ho bntllv rtlalcd Iho tale of Ihe hiitnlus and his own adtrnlnre with I said rny poor fervico would have had sufficient weigh lo Induce your highness lo grnnl tho ley picking up the pardon which had falle from Douglas and seal his pardon And lie checki and damping the joyous exp cking ression which the countenance ofArchibald hadassuraed I him to Iho mercy of ono who more nearly concerned than And In good my I fear her morn lo our and return lo his an I from Hint hour he U Lord Iliinlle hastened bear tho Jnjfnl inltlllCPiico lo his to his sur Douglas recoil ed U i ilhoul the slight csl emotion of any Ulndj aad when he had mide an said I hank you for vniir Interference in m my Lord of bnl I cinuot in beg my 1 can iniol but Toolishjoulh cried Is il ills honor o bo truo to oiir lawful prince Gods bood Ihen n dishonored knight and noblo there In broad Scotliind He with all Ihe eloquence of which ho was perseveringly endeavored o induce Hie make Iho required but Douglas rcinained After a long and somewhat angy discus piqued and ha III lift and seeing Iho related the illsuccess of By our Lady cried this gallant has n nnd wo like him Hie betler for Blnghlmlillhcrijny Lord Hunlley perhaps we will our rojai bo able lo IUrnnndo niog King ns he uould a pntorcl ho snluteil tho if liis QWI do jreo and standing prep id In await his Jjtmes molluned nil w ho w ere jn he and liiru rig in somo dlspleasuro to tho bold Young have I been lnforin ed that ou rrjict tho terms of iny proffer ed You my Answered not know bat by au doing you will hasten our own death I do no fear my lie fiither met it iinlhe field of battle my unclri of Orinnnd has since fiiunil ll on Hie scuffuld and Ihllhcr I m luslanlly lo follow Ihuu then wish for death Iho asked I ilu not fear repbated Iho look I UK keenly in lo Ihe others loll is there no fair damsel In merry Snotland for whom thou wmihlil wish lo llvei turned and Ills lip qiiiverid as ho Them my ouo for whom I wouM gladly but ulin would despise anil scolu me were I tnacoept my llfo for her salio on terms of Dishonoi1 repealed Ihe mbnaioh Is ihe rilendslilpniid esteem of King and a Sluart cnusldercil llshouni Mistakemo noble said I meant not Hear my Had I submllleil myself your graeo when I was frco and hi It would have been from a conviction lhat such wai tho course lhat duly pointed out tiul wero I to do it xvonld seem like the out bieokinusof a crnveu spirit Itmt feaieil to men I am deeply sensible of your on Iholr the happy lover caught her lo his and his seeled1 on TIIP KI NTUcia roncrn n It Is related of an unfortunate Mar In Brow who w ns once n prominent mem bcr of the Kuituckj but wns afterward coijfincd in tho pemli Hilary for Hint when lie firs sillied In Icx Iho inhabitants were determined lodrl him out o habitan f Austins settlement of San becauso ho had been n Austin himself had forbidden such persons to settle on his and Iho colonial law passed by was most prohibiting any ns lunUo and nil potions reu dered Infamous by of whatever scrlptlon Ihcy might a law which the father of Texas enforced with Iho utmost r as IOOIIRS Iho settlors Informed tho General of this nev ho luiuiedl atoly sent an warning Brown to do camp within Ihrco on pain of sumina ry svas S Auslins private a onug man of a iioble and generous 10 lie arrived Iho Green Hear the residence of llroiyn and his one summers niul found formodaround tlieit frugal It was Iheir dinner S forthwith delivered Austins wiilten ivhlclr Binwn glanced and then said mournfully Tell General Austin that I shall never move from Ibis spot till I move inlo my II Is true I committed a great crime in my unlive Suite bul I also suffered the spveropenally of IhocnVndcd arid wilh my wife and who ilill loio I stole away from Iho eyes of tiiciety which I no longer wish to servo or Injure to live in quiet and diuin I am rea dy and willing lo die but nn my familys I cannot and will not leavo Ibis His wife and daughters Implored him lo change hit avowed Iheir willingness again to undergo Iho oils nnd privations of nud if necessary lo prepare a now home In Iho Bul bud were alike in To every argument Marlin Brown gavo he in a sad voice I chose my place of burial the first day 1 set my my little and I shall not change my mind S deeply touched with the scene IIP had related to Genera Austin the singular stale of and Inter ceded urgently for R relaxation oflho which rested In Ihit discretion of Ihe colo nial You havo suffrred yourself In bo smitten by Iho charms of Ihe beautiful Austin S tllrd Inlnpk which effort merely mulled In a burning I ilungeom Having served but resolved never again to commit a havo kept my vqwf ondllilvjhoWout one jolo tojbe or Ihe order for hi and was evoi after his sWadles the prfrnle made olhcr visits lo iho Qrcen and Ilio beaullful Cinma n now wife of an cml nent lawj and a blight particular star of fashions f Martin died at last in and was bo iled in his beloved at his special in n moil fantastic In full with his right hand raised towards and his loaded rifle on his left tils bio iraphy proves a great which all ho lonos of human history proclaim as n o namlilg amllllon of ihat the crimes of Governments never fall o produce their counterparts in tlu of their individual LATIMAKD tAnonTJphu tho setond PresidentiiflhoUnttcd used to relate he follow ing anecdote When I was I had lo study Latin grammar but ifwas and I hated II My father n us anvletis to send me to col and therefore I studied the grammar till I oonld bear it no longer and going le ny I told him I did no like and somo oilier It was opposing his ond ho was quick u his If Latin gram nar does not suit you dllch perhaps that my meadow yonder ictds a dltchj ond ou may put by Latin lud try Ibis seemed a and ho meadow I wcnti But soon I found Illchlng harder than and Iho first orenoon longest I overexperien lhal day I ale the bread of and glad was I when night Jhat light I made some comparison bblweon La in grammar and but said not a word about I dug next and wauled in return to I alln nt but It was and I could not do At lull conquered It one covcrosl trials I ever had In tny I old my father If he I would go buck lo HP was glad of nnd If f have slnco gained any It has been owing lo the In o days labor In tint abominable A Cool Cop Ingl said a brother Jonathan to caplhln ofa canal picket on Iho Urlo Iwtiat loyoil charge fqr o passage F 1 hree cents per mile and said Iho I guess Ill lake sceln as how Im kinder gin euut walking so far Accordingly he got on board as Iho steward tvns ringing Ilio bell for Jonalhan sat down nnd began tn demolish ho fixiliy to theUtlorcoiislernallbn of the until he had cleared the table of all hat was when ho got on tho picking his IIou far is from hero lo w hi re I came on board Nonily ono and n half said Iho Leis snld lhal would jojtst fourand but I wont bo heres which pajs my faro to I guess Ill go ashore Im kinder rested eout The captain vamosed for and Junithan wont Tho captain did not lake any mote ny passengers the remain lor ol he COUNSKLS fOIl Never be down by Jf a spl dcr break Ills thread twenly twenty limes will he inend it Make up your minds to do a thing and you will do Tear If a rouble comes upon you rp up j our thugh Iho a rk If Ibe sun Is going look up to the stars If the catlh Is keep on Heaven Qods and Soils a mail or a child may be Mind what you rnnaflcil Never bo nbnbhlo that will or firo vi nod tint vslll end In smoko and Gel lhat which you caii and which I worth Fight haid ogalnsl a haity An ger VIII but resist It strongly A spark may set a house on A fit of passimi may give you cause lo mourn all Iho day of Never revenge an yoii havo au act kindly to him and makohlm You maynot win him over at but try Lei ono kindness follow another till you have compassed your little and great things are completed and repent ed kindness will soften the heart of AVhatnvur you doit boy lhal is whlpt In school never learns his les sons A man that is compelled to work cares not how badly It Is Ho thai pulls olT his coat strips up his sleeves In earnest and Is the man for Evil thoughts ore worse enemies than lions and liners for we can keep out of Ihe way of wild but bad thoughts win Ilieir way every The cup that is full will hold no mure j keep your heads and hearts full of good that bud thoughts may find no room to When Dradou was rector at In the xl he look ono day to preach was 1 Who ait thou f After reading lie mado as was hli for Ihe congregation to relied upon Ihe when agcnlleman in n military whu at Ilia instant was inarching very sedately up the middle aisle of the suppos ing It to be a nursllou nddiessed to o Iho surpilie of all 1 One OP TuoMis Tmoics IN apoih named had over his door In Iho painlcdjinjlarge derced by meaning Ihe operation o which young ladles itibmlt for Ibeipur mso of wearing next door neighbor yaa a named iDHml and his brother assisted iy a third wo believe ll liv got a longl and painted on it In spirit and This tlftj nail d one night over Iho contiguous tn ihe great annoyance of Drumand n the great amtisoinent ofevery one ehe In J NEW SPIKE of baa invented anotvim i provement on splko which tiro nlscs to be as It Iho machine consists of tivo aleel rollers vlth half Ihe shape of cut on eaohi The bar of iron for the spiko I s cut olFon Ihe top uf one roller by Ing hollow and II Is Ihoucirrledbol ween Ihe Iwo rolls when ho creases al lhat oims tho head of tbo Thetheader s a and itTqrms cv1mosl beaullfij The rolls therefore havean inlormillent ary ooinmnnicnlcJ by pall and rat The Inventor hav taken measures iccurq i fft an olllcerof tllel7lh fonliOn ajfeciti wife and wllh to be accjualnleil 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