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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 31, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                r J 7 3Ss f n u l i1 i giona to New almost as soon as It made to yearly adverflaeri i salTTAinn may be made ll Iho rlak flu hut cornerof Thtrdand V all PMH Wl BiltlnMra and Dostonls authorized tor iMertlon In Tn I alio lo ncl as our general Agent in any 1 publlcallonrir This venerable statesman and de oirled Ihls life on the 13th at the resi denoe of his son on Long In the 89lh year of his He wis born at in In 1761 and hiving been left an orphan at an early he emigrated to Ihe Ulilled Stales af ter Ihe completion of his In Here be soon distinguished himself by his uncommon abilities firstas a teacher of the French and subsequently as i delegate to Ihe Convention to amend Ihe Constitution of a member of Ibe Legislature of Ihe said and one of her Representatives In From the latter he was called by Presldenl in lo fill Ihe office of Se tVeliry of Ihe the duties of which he much credit and lo he was appointed one of the Commissioners o negotiate Ihe treaty of peace with Great The remainder of his public life was spent in diplomatic missions to the Ni trier would have taken his grandfafher to have harnessed up old Darby for atilp ten Cho Ihe clly hai continued to fine dwellings anil other buildings havebeen The Chicago a great clly nothing preven that she tnusl be many may be done her progress and among allrtbe Ihliigs likely to Keep he untiling will compare with herneoes llle In the Way of capital I do not bellev Is whereTo much bijulness Is dnnej wbere gathered am where an much enlerpiise can be broughl lo a wanl of money facilities II may be does where It U so much needed The In No ope In our Stale nor will a change for he laUejilace unlUthe present dominant parly are out of i j T It has been a wonder lo some of your friends lhat Ihe Tcltgiaph should bo so still on Ihe subject of One would sup In an jday In n acquire the rudiments he Inrrordeiytn acquire the ru of It was truly gratify l log to Ihe see Ihe lhat had been brought about pvlthln his He sees the yquth now around eroVing up blessed wllh educa Its J The frilerest manifested Conven tlonjn behalf of Ihe tcause of seemed lo that no neighbor hood would be to loll lo the of Ethe riling geoprallon as lo neglect a strlcl com pliance fwlth such legal prerequisites i as secure means the y President Conven it al inre ference to the obstacles which often pievcnl enjoying Ihe benefits ol Themeami ofthe people he deem ed fuUjraraple lo pay foi the peopl ir but he be pose lhat the int f teresls of Alton would spur you up on Ihe How much longer are we lo pay other How much longerare Ihe the DEAR to be humbugged with Ihe vain hope lhat gold is lo flow up Iho Mississippi The fart Ihls popple need a sound system of Tho merchant needs it and because he needs the farmer needs I have known the price of grain lo fall in ihis market ten cenli in one only be cause there was no money to All ac knowledged il was worth as much as Ihe onlyonn had ney to purchase What was Ihe result The farmer lost ten cenU per bushel on his wheat and Ihe favored few who had the pockeled his loss in Ihe shape of len cents per bushel 1 is il proba ble such a state of things would occur if we bad an a soundand elficlenl Bank or at this poinl This is a queslioi which affects not only The whole line of Ihe Illinois river all the vail countr tributary to Ihls as well as Ihe cit must be deeply Interoiled In Ihltqiies lleved wllh lhal a veryImpor tant item was to secure good school then there would be no difficulty ill obtain Ing good f 7 c rj J Appropriate remarks were made by ral gentlemen whereupon Pattlion ITered the following which were unanimously adopted Thai when this Convention ad it will adjourn to Ihe first Monday n March 1850 at Ibo school house In Bar My heart has wandertt A NOIIghlorhopeeerbeaindtormV Nor smiles t Mo Isle ofnapplness eer To esll me to its show fjlul lilacknlng waves all tVtGstiHrUn woes Forbade my bark to t No gentle breeze eer nlld the V II And lulIM Iho waves lo Bui maddnlng and mini Came rolling Clouds black as the dead of Shut hopes star from my Ohl that thine eyes would lendlWr ffo goldotnolhro Illls ijiliel 1 And hen on lifes wild troubled Though waves have losld With ono sweet smile My Skywduld neer W snd and was closed in 1827 uf Ihe Daily Adveiliier Upon ills return to the Uulted ho in Ihii Is Ihe only man who has stood v i UP o Ih s qnes on He has not his residence In the clly of goj J he until a very lato he continued lolnlereithirmeirinmaltersof general con among other published soablejassay on the Northeastern boundary cotillon in and more recently Iwo in gentous and elaborate pamphlets on the besides several valuable lions to several literary and historical Socie His merits as a a and a are admitted and few men In country have spenl a more uieful or enjoyed al Its close a greater shire of the public than the vene riled age of whom we have been speak has been the name and Ilhiuk he deserves much The much Im proved appearance of his gives plea sing evidence lhat his labors have not been in I wilh the project In the eleeraph for a plank road from Alton JJThe Pall exhibition of the Louis Horticultural Society will be held on Wed neiday and Ihe 13th and 13lh days of Seplember aud will doubt leu bewell grjPIEBCE of Saint having the Union of the papers published in thai to which the prize of offared by Ihe former was awarded by a iniltee of gentlemen selected for that pur which has not appeared In Ihe said journal In consequence of Ihe refusal of Of Ihe beit Ine present proprietors to pay the stipulated generation to publish the same by sub II is said by Iho committee o be and thrilling production of a bout 150 pages and will be furnished to neatly bound in at the rite of seventy five cenls per The of Ihe following extracts of a juil repeived from our Intelligent and highly esteemed corresponded at will aflord much gratification lo many of our Every true IIHuoian must feel an honeil pilde In the rapid growth of Ihe fair Clly of Ihe and rejoice In her In creulng 1 he evil of which our friend deficiency ll doubtless only temporary and we hope 4htlhlslndlipensable auxiliary lo persever ing industry and successful enterprise will soon How In thereas fast and as abundantly wmli of the people will 1 With regard what our correspondent SITS about our silence oh the subject of we shall remark In out ll Is enough yet lo agitate ihis our health hn been so for some months we hive deemed II our so far as We eoniiitently o avoid all exciting as well as those requiting any men tal We expect however to ex preisour views fully on Ibis point at some future day and In time we sVaU be hippy to hetr from our friend on lhat or other subject which he may deem of last Telegraph The stockwould be Ihe best In of Ihe Stale thn advantage of Ibe road lothe farmers would be incalcu I have seen a team of Iwo common size which repeatedly drawn nut ninety bushels of wheat at a load from Dotys lo this over the plank badbeen suoh in a wet couldnot have hanleil la en So delighled are Ihe farmers ant with Ihls lhattby are going lo extend il some thirty CALHOUN The following report of Ihe proceeding of a meeting recently held in the above for Ihe purpose of taking Into con measures for tho more effeclua promotion of the cause of is ex traded from the last number of County Wo are gratified to oh serve this interest on so im That a committee of three be ppointed in each congressional n Calhoun whoso duly II shall be o reporl lo thlt Convention al Its next ses Ion in the number of schools n Ihelr respective number of ohotars in the branches and the practicability of establishing Com mon School Libraries in the schools of Ibis K Here follow the names of Ihe members of the different select committees the re publication of which is omilted In order to lave room On the following resolution was unanimously adopted Resolved 1 gentlemen composing said eommijlee are lo act in accordance with he duties specified iif Ihoabbve rosolnilnn On motion of It was unsnl mouxly That the oommlilees In each le req lesled to urge the necesslly of taking a vole on the School laws in re lation tu taxes in each for the purpose of erecting a schoolhouse In the On That the proceeilinB of the A new born Roso appeared y Posicisedofstveelperfume Shimmering In tie pearly n Anil bidding haughty pride Sho faded for the lombl A1 next appeared with i And hung her inodesl To hldo from her sadaend And hide the tears that tlnwM apace she Role Is deadr A and self conceited Adorned with scarlet Appeared upcnr tho ivied brink Where modeat water Llllei With hopoa o see them vButahl how vain the hopea At which Iho Llllei sighed ere Mils ID finely Could lull thoughta to Sho turned and died IhoLIUei wept around her 1 Oer ahailowod tvith a gloom For she was snatched B When little thinking Death was vTo seal her final doom The Llllei no more lo bloom And deck the uorat bown r like to the meet their And hoiten to the lolcmn Where come no noiilal SIR T embrace a few mo menu time oglvo fnrlherliifOMnallon of thecoiiniry and some items df f OnSaturday the 3d our Governor atrtvedlri Oregon i He was respectfully received by our eltiaens and welcomed lo the station of his appointment Gnvcruor of was sent to the Stales with an express in regard tutheIndian war solne twelve months saihe and In with Ihe Gov ernor and understand thai Meeks has been clothed wllh Ihe office of Marshal of the uftlhe love named gentlemen camo by Ihe of and took passage nn life Jrahnelte ship in the bay of San Francisco for Ihis Willamette valley Is variously esll oflhlsvalley as has come under my notice o contain three different looking sollsi In a pan of Ihe country Ibe roil Is o a dark mulatto red In anolber portion tha I have noticed it is of a daik brown color and In anolber section thai I Have visited il Is blacki imablo wbloh of those different looking soils Is tho mos Gach settler boasts of the qual ity of Ihe soil he resides and saj s lha II is Ihe But from what I have nolle ed I think here is no great perceivable dlf Terence in tho soils Iho pro ducllon of lhat the dark or black Ian is the besl for and more parllcu larly the molsl which Is not liable lo b 50 much affected by droughl which ii com mon In Ihls counlry fruro Illegal of Ihe first of The portion of Ihe valley lhal I have see Is supplied with abundance of excellen from Ihe size of small spiing branch to large The aro a great number of the finest mill at machinery sites in this atleatt 1 Iho part thai I have noticed anil what re ders those privileges moro valuable hi the so mild that they ncaicoly c er frepve during Ihe There are a Oregon il feel ll lobe lo slate the facts about the oounlry as far j The origtna coulllryVatid given much Information upon and In order that you Wo have paper referred end wIU hove In IItnajbe outlawed heftl Conoaporiuenco ortho Alum FROM Oregon Olackimut Co 0 March so poilions of this an large as a com mon count In level as any In II llnoU bul other portions are rnlllui and un Tho soil of either Is productive very near I commenced In my former loiter lo sny oinethlng about the gold fever has attracted the penple of this section and oo highly or tho evils oflhetal er too greatly I made what Is called a temperate use of wine and ardent spirits forly years before I llscovered that if a man takes only enough of those Ihings to do no they do no lood and every dime I lad cvcr for was so much brown thejbougbl I aban their use entire and if myself and family have experienced no olher benefit It has certainly been a saving ol oxpensei I chewed tobacco a quarter df a never spilled its filthy juice upon a ladys floor or carpel in my When I discovered such a diluting prao tico In a I endeavored lo persuade him lu discontinue Ihe me of Iho polton weed and determining lhal example should mil be dissident to I took Ihe quid from my and have never or had aiiy deiiro lo taste ll In the unheallliieit inly auuui t i My brolher then sot the whole mailer lalnly before Ihe bank returned them mans pocket telling him although father eft no formal ils children to destroy certain and olher evidences of ease those who might be legally bound In iay them Fora moment the worthy old man appeared lo bo After he hail illccled and w Iped a few he from IheMlme ho hod heard of our fathers he had pails of Ihe Eait and in places where death was mon Ing down my fellow men with Ihe yellow fever I aicrlbe my total exemption from any se vere attack of Jy wife knew how tnucn his debt lay upon rqy and mo to sell acowandmakonptliedllTurencei and get Ihe heavy btirthenjiT I did what nlll innu iaj I muM gel back lo Ihe Capejamt Irll her thi good Shell probably say over Ihe very words she when she put her hand on my shoulder as we partedfI porlant a subject on part of the citizen of Caltioun and hope It will be produotlv of the boit lo the rlslu Pursuant to previous delegates from the different Congressional Townships In Calhouu assembled al the county seal of nail on Angml lo lake into consideration measures for the more effectual promotion of Ihe cause of On motion of Henry was unanimously chosen and on motion iif Lev was chbien Secretary fjppu calling the Ihe following gentlemen appealed and look their seats as delegates lo Ihe onvenllnn be piiblUhed In Ihe Carrblllun id Pitlfield HENRY i The Edinburgh Itnlta July number of this xcellent ana JuiUy popular American reached us a row lays It correaponda with isl of the which Hrescmbles in every eipectl and contains usual exceedingly ble articles on matters ofsreat This work with the North Britiihi and West Quarterly aud Blackwoods burgh is immediately upon Its arrival in the United by Leonard Scuil 19 New York at Quo low rate of Three Oollart per annum focany two of the He vlewsi Five Dollara for any Seven Dollars lor Ihe whole Eight Dollars and for Blackwood and the four Ten The IKfifmmlirer of Iho reprints Leonard Scott mentionoil the pre ceding likewise bund ils way to our answers to toi or the of whlcli His an exact fjc simile like Iho work above no ronducted with distinguished LThe Westminster Review is regarded as the organ of have never seen therlQhteoiiBinanforsak lo temperance In in and nor his seed begging After a hearl low add but haidly khowhoiv lobe It ban been Home considera n bowel I and eleven In Iho death aged person there j about 130 and came to the BOSTON old road again opposite For ami we thought at lhat lime o have alien Holes of various camping and many other on he cnliie length of this and I have been very careful In my notes on hit new South of Lewis none having been previous All these notes or information shall furnish you with during Ihe coining n the field where the bailies had taken and located upon Long died was pased In Ihe Here she married We are now located In the Willamette are in Oregon are It la said by the old citizens that Ihero aro many paH of Oregon possessing equal natural oil van lagea for farming purposes with the Wllla melle valley b ag purp lut I hav ve not had an oppor lourney In J nf liberal port in Great Britain and its political opinions bear a strong amnlty to those generally current la the United states being of course made Ibr the inference wlricb necessarily cxlils between tho initl lultbna of the two The articles in the ber before us are highly superb for ho ensuing month of made tta appearance on our table on tho aiat instant nearly two weeks In ndvnnce of Iho regular publication Is embel lished by no less than fourteen several of which are truly besides two pages of Music ihtle Iho literary belni flora tbegllled pens of several of the best writers of tho day Is of a high or Oer of The Ladys Book lias reached Ha soth n e ei having tarried there Tortile express February at the age of and settled on Ihe banksiof purpose of guarding the emigrants and we His eldest ion administered On Ihe outbreak of Ihewar betwMn enabled to our upon the This old gentleman used Spain and she and c tiiniiy to explore the country lo any great extent since I been I been Up the valley some 90 The lower part of it Is interspersed uilh groves of very and of excellent leaving about one third smooth or brushy Tho wild fruit that abounds In Ibis section of country is lo wltt strawberries in1 great sal mon Oregon seveial varieties of Ihe huckle wild Many portions of Oregon thai I have no liced have a heavy coat of a weed called This ip many prevents the growth of Ihe rich grapes lhat so spon foliow the of the which lllsnol deemed necessary mteatslts The object of the Convention was stated by Paltlson lo lo excite throughout the a more determined feeling in lo pleasantly for he were made and to1 had fed n large number of the New AfterIwo yeais she on Iho shores of the during transferred referring lo his very extensive con the Caille of Vora where she remain neotion Ihe fishing vln his od until its capture by DEAR have Ihe plonsuro loan day ho was certainly well known to She was then relieved and taken arrival of two mail sinthe present Is well remembered by During the firsl American men Into the bay of San having somo nf ike old ones down along followed her husband Ihrough the principal stopped there in order lo lay In some fuel from the Gurnets Nose lo Race and was many of the The bos been sent Among his papers a package of very con eat foughl Wh to and has reached Oregon Bui I am slderable size was after his At the cionoof the soiry lo that I received nothing lu the carefully lied up and labeled as follows American war she came wltlithe loyalists shape of news by Ihls mail liowev due bills and accounts against sun o Illls prol in 1781 was a small I hope lo receive the I dry persons down along Some of I taneonsly cover the ft ill grapes aQe ofthf and behalf of Ihe cause of education and ai a t is edited by Sarah Miss Grace and Louis Godey and published by the In Iho City of the low ralo of Thrco qie IIMIIU With as wilh Ihls has beena for and death has his arrows thick amongst jv his arrows thick amongst From fssenl whlotl been walking at noon is about to wj U r I0 inlend will done during tho next ninety I he new crop of wheat Is ai a ineril be irooil Owing new school law has been passed by the Le he deemed itlrnporlanl that the provisions of said law be understood by Ihe In order that ils benefits might be more generally He remarked In former many lownships and districts of Ihls county had lost their share of Ihe achool on account of failures on the part of lowiishipofllcers lo comply with Iho prerequisites of Ihe by which ibey would have drawn Ihetr Just share of sehoo Ho hoped that a proper spirit of emulation would be exclled in Ihe county so lhat delinquencies falal In the best into rests of Ihe will of less frequen occurrence and that this ooiinly will In future appear In Ihe Stale Sjperln tendeuls report on an In point of wllhilhe best favored Shaw present School Commission er made some very appropriate remaiks in reference lo Ihit culpable apathy which caused some neighborhoods lo permit Ihelr distributive share of the Interest on the school fund to become while chil dren were rapidly growing up not benefited by themoney justly Miller upon Ibe development of fads already he deemed It a mailer of Ihe ulmpil thai the atlenlion of Dollars a YoulVi We have received he August this favorite It as exceedingly attractive and Interesting tho anil tho being well calculated o engoge the attention of the to guide them in the patbor moral recllluile and The Cabinet Is conducted by Hie Fraocli Wood and published by A J supply Uie slock of with food during summer and There are also other varieties of limber In Ihls section of viz while balm of Tlieso last mentioned grow to great extent There Is which grows to Ibe size of a gnd is quite making an excellent loop for and bearing nuts In we advance up Ihe fhe plains become and the fir tree scarcer but the most of Ihe other timber becomii more abun especially the while The health of Ihls or of tho pro more In Ihe next these may be got by suit nr severe dunning The lfeti Ohio Slate One of my principal objects in writing Dut the people are poor most of them have lo of now In process of 111 Ihls short lelter Is lo Inform your readers had fitliermans My children will bo one of Ihe largest and noblest piles In Iho how matlerisland In one particular point of do as they think Perhaps they will It is of dressed 304feel by view In Oregon at Ihe present lime but how think with that it Is best to burn tills and covers a sutfico of squaio long thisiialureof things wlir Is package ly for holding Iho sessions of tlje Oenoiil ssembly but ll III Include all Ibe publlp ton New York one pie lhal reside In ll A regards Dollar per grow Ihe publio be drawn lo Ihe subject under ooinlderatlnn by Ihls He fell confident that much good would result from Ihe by causing the allention of our olllrens If lo Ihe Fhe provision msde by and the individual nieansof the left no excuse All lhat w a wanting was Ine de termlnallon on Ihe part of Ihone rrsidlus In nelshborhoods which had been ij DOfliin Hop month wIU bo In mike proper flurt on M The bniieh o be rtilTuim M wjll In prpgresiliig w lib oertaln and rapid eucao dnccd Id leach in lesky and fll wingivp uur Road from New Buf i flac I be Pul under con A wnlsr tod soon the of winter misna maylw whirled f row thelead re Scalptt a Health Tho August number of thli publication hai also reached As may bo Inferred from 111 Ibis is n medics tho main deilgn of which is Ihe of quack It ia very neatly printed and contains much valuable Information In relation to Iho Irealment and euro of disease and la hereafter lo bo Issued quarter il the nto or One Dollar or Twentylive Cents per Edward Is Iho Blllor snd Address box New York Clly Poal Anotbermedlcal Jaantal cf llomxop for the pralent has alto found Its i way to Like the bit work W devvted to thetreairnent and cure of dil naiel but on a ilMrent It la oonducled by and publliiied hi Ihe Clly of Chicago One Dollar a Iruttlry The num ber ofthll iHlMloallaa irta iHued ftw days It Is onethird Isrpr than the impeding numbers and is nllniwUa matter of much lutereat lolne religious bo dy of which U is Uia and to the Christian public The Reporter Is conducted by Ihe the mucheileemea Psilor ot Ihe Preiby Uulan Church in this and is lisued every lluee llvoCenti The tlrst number of a new jemimonlhly Iho above made Ita apWaranco oa our one day laat II is ilgned lo ernbrsce every depsruaoat has l handiorae aonng oilier contain lour o Tliia paptr It publUli from as I have not seen a sum mer season in this country but from the ac counts of other It mint be very good for any thing suited lo Ihls I nave certainly seen largest grains or beules of wheat here thai I ever any appearance far exceeding the quahly of any lhat I ever stw In Iho Stales It Is said thai Ihis Is not subject to any If wejl The country Is said to bo good for many siich as cab But sometimes the leaon li too dry foran excellent crop of does but owing Ip the coolness of Ihe I saw some corn Ihe which when cribbed imTaureil35 buibeli per No pahis or trouble aro taken here with anykindof oral loail nol cultivated with that care and ion which It receives in the The while is to B veiy leioro one for aiid isquile hard on emigrant eatllo that came In snd du long this nature of Ihings will is i pscxage I s more than I can I he mailer above About a said my af1 1 he Capllol at Warhington riot mnoji referred to is the following 1 he former em tor our father tho sons met as II covers a supeifice of igranls lo on their arrival here look after tome general our eldeil 701 square The Capitol of Ohio Is not hold of business of every description suited tho produced this built merely as a Stale aim to i Iho wants and condition of a vlilnous of whole exiitenco we were al ply This courso of Ihings conlln ready apprized read Ihe aiiperscrlpllonand ued until about the commencemont of Usl asked whal course should be In reoffices on Ihe In addition to the wheat harvest when all of a Ihe gard lo Another a few years chambers for Senate and House of newsof the gold in California reached tho younger lhan ho a man of I and numerous comraittoo ears of Ihe people of At this time linpultlvo al the mo same of the settlers cut and and lo express his saved their wheat others cut and shocked while he brushed Ihe and left It Handing In Ihe field while with ono by a another portion left their grain standing upother towards flu on thefarm to wlih to have the package put Into the Well this seems neveitlieleis In this situation trie farms were generally II was sujgosted by another of Trvi i leflby Ihe male populallonO of our that It might be lo u leoms but nevertheless Is le tears from his eyes jrj A Western paper reeotui the mat spasmodic jerk of the tiage of Timothy Strange lo Mill He Indicated his btcca many of whom lookup Ihelr line make a list of tho debtors and of of march for the California gold and Hie and lhat we might ue still continue lo and return he as Ihe Intended discharge was for farming is very much to Inform such as might offer Last fall Ihero was not onethat Ihelr debts were On Ihe M fourth of an average crop and very lowing we again lilt little spring crop has been Out of had been all the due the crop of the late emigrants have ami whose amonnl including been and during all this lime of bad exceeded thousand dul management in fanning there has been a were committed to the continual drain of flour from this country to supply the California ThU courso of management Is making prbvliions more scarcu in and eonieqieutiy creased their value very The ful lowingare aboiil the prices current of Die atlloiei per 19 a I will sny viiloiK are and continue lo rise anil uutil people betake Ihemiulves lo farm ring me in Nolwlihit aniline have pel lilicomfnrlable school home Dr Humnhrey lhal as a Wts lern he had seen Iho difficulties which d by tbank fc New York Dollar and Centi per I heard of ijo deaths amon Ihe slooit that grqso for a fn the Illlckly milled pur llnus of Ihli country and In the heavy lim bered the winter has haul that people have been uoder to feed Ineir slocki Thlssheei is But Imnsl say lomrlhlnii of the gieal ilir about IUo yellow It lias diiracted the causing them In leave Ihelr jn any and every shape and flee In Ihe gold where they soon niake ihemieives lo gold Ing provisions will still further riie and If wo should have a large emigration fiqm Iho Slates next I fear thai the ne ceiities of liltTwill be bnlh American nucll as cattle and lioraesi are very A good loilch cow and calfare wnrih Onm a yoke of oxen from In a Anierican maie from iftlOD tu Common labor very ami inecluiiical labor much high 1 null cnlculate In conllhiie lo furnish yon wllhfiiilhir iiiforiiialion f the various con ovriis of as sunn as discovery experience teaches the pruper naliiie ihlngi It It not proper or light lhal I II was about four monlhs after our HICIH conlliiiiod my Infornianlr lu Ihe month as I was sillinit In my eldest brothels wailing for an opportunity lo upeak wilh thero came In a hard little old who looked as if lime weather had been lo Hie windwaid of him for He nked was not the He replied Hut was admin ai oiir fallirr died said Ihe Ive come up Cape pay a debt I owed the old aeiillo My conllnued him to nt ho moment engaged with other tit We think II Is dfcldedly more Slrtmrje lhan It Is 7Vue at least lhal Bee tonka Strange turnlhough Timothy was no Sejt llmlo not Ihluk II Slrangi he wai a Trut II Is the not witlmanJiug Iho Slrangt no he The old hiftrisal and pulling on his drew out a very ancient leather nckpl and beitan lo oounl over hU Wbeii be had and Ihere was quite a parcel of bank waltint his slowly twilling his wit his iriidltative eyes upon the flonr HoYinhtd and I knpw the ai th phrase came and secretly wtb il the pld nunii name wight be found smnn should ilale whether I aiii pleased or othertheforgiven My brother wai soon I IotlTIOAl oleri of Hupklni county have adilreticil series of q icslioni lu one of ihrir lies for Ihe among which are he following Are you in favor of the next Do joii believe Ihe camo pvervln le inuie boat t iff j on believe thai Eves eating the for ildden caused knql a iveck ailed Adams apple Are ou a grail Do OII liqllOl II elected do vou pledge yourself not Y jofo 1 Nol being oaticuiied do yoi jourjelf nottu be Ihrough Ihe polls doie of jnfWomeu Inve liku women in thiir brauly anil clnr tlipy onsht In giow up finwer ennlen looks a men In It and no woman ii lovely when she Is lur   

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