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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 14, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                I THE ALTON IS PUBLISHED EVERY AT ALTON BY JOHN BAIUIACHfc go 00 For cacti 50 A liberal deduction made to yearly V BEMITTABCEI by mail may be nude ot Iho risk of tho I comer at Third and PhlUilolnhla at lili dlircrcnl pinces in How Baltimore and authorized to receive Advertisements intended for insertion In 4hli paperi and alio to act aa our general Agent in any mitter connected with our corner of Balilmoroond l our nulhorUed Agent for tho Talographt and will anil Coward advorliscmonta intemlail tor Insertion os ivcll as attend to any other business concerning this Journal in Iho above the Warsaw all news paper Editors in Ihe Slates formed from tho North Western lo send to his between this and Ihe first of November throe oopios of their respective nalij when will be somety and disposed of ai follows One copy for his own use one copy for the Library of Ibe Illinois Historical Society and one copy for Iho Library of Iho Smith sonian Institute at Washington The idea Is goodj and we hope will be carried Into JU The EJIIor of the Olney News lerl ously asks his brethren of Ihe lo an swer onght lo be done with Iho merchants of a town who never hare a single advertisementin their own Our reply IsLeavo them alone and in ninetynine oases out of one they will fizzle out before you can say Jack mttaaadi August number of tho A merican edition of this interesting and popular reached us a few days II answers to oo or tho original of which it Is an and contains the usual variety of aliiywrilton entitled as lambTlio 18Jonalhan In The Green Hand a short Yarn part the last page of our Insurrection in marlines Revolution of Boroaloi 3s Chiiilopber under Is confessedly Ihe best monthly issued in the British Immediately after Ihe appeir uico of Ihe Edinburgh by Leonard Scott i 70 New York at Iho Very low rate of Three Dollars per Chilira Is the tltlo or a neal of 20 politely forwarded to us by some unknown It Is dedicated lo Horace the welllrumpn Editor of tho New York Tribune and profcssoa to ho a Guide to the prevention and cure of epidemic liascd upon natural nml simple iavrsi with a note to TravclerB and Mothers by MolUsnam We piesume that tho mllcr is n professor of the Wa tercure sjslen of Medical practice aa he warmly re commends in cases or and other Bowel com Of its we cannot speak from perso nal Tho Norlttwctttrn Journal of have received Iho September number of this publica tion ivlilcli li Ihe last of the lire Aa wdl be readily inferred from Ils Ihe work before Ul Is devoted to Ihe advocacy of Ihe Hommopalhic system of Medical practice and the defense at II against Ihe attacks of its It is conducted by Editor and proprietor end issued monthly in lie cily of Chicago One Dollar per The Drat numberof the second volume will ap pear on Ihe Ural of The Sclenllflc Prospectus for Ihis excellent papei informs usthat tho first number of the Huh volume will be issued on Iho 33d favorable opportunity for all 10 subscribe who wish lo avail themselves of the valuable Information always found In Us The neat volume will bo prin ted on new and embellished by n large number of beautiful Like tho it will bo lisued In weekly numbers at tho low rate of Two Dol lars per Address the Munn New York Tin u cm have received the lltst number of Ihls II Is conducted and published by anil succeeds the Princeton Her heretofore issued by this who has re moved he establishment to the scat of justice Marshall and changed the politics of Ibe pa per from Independent lo It is woll prin ted on a handsome ihoclj and gives evidence otto fairy and 4nrwftern fiautal Ttmfmmti Almanac Jar copy of Ihls publication has been po forwarded to It In addition to Ihe a greal vailely of milwritten ur In lavor ol Illustrated by appropri nd Is well adapted to Ihe uae of Ihe and other friends of Iho Thli Alma mac Is Issued by therespectcd publishers of tho New and moy be obtained on the usual I LOVE TO J lo ve said u prallilng AS lie gaily AM a merry laugh wcnl echoing i torn a bosom tilled ullh joyous Vve Id a lover I h mM woula Ive you I hH i of ftme I have found II but an cmply Jlilllren neared the vvlnlry lire And w their And ha wished himsolf a was Weil nigh rau Tbl M him The old mao was again a in thla fallen And n lo unfurled And only of lito 6ll h a mortal ever love to I LIVE TO o love salil a An f oised each llalion lhe clmued ou her loving And snatched a kiss in her childish I live o love laid a maiden Iwined a wiealh for her ilslcra hair were bound by the chords oflove And dealh alone could these sisters sevei id Sy S andlnj by her life J Ana never was the link of atficllon VC moUlw and example g shall live lo love said a fading And her eyo waa brlghl and ber cheek varm And she Ihoughl on Ihe blissful world on Where she would live lo love end never And ever Ibus In this lower Should tho Banner of Love bo unfurled And when we meet tho world above May we love to live ondllvolo and lines Leaving Ihe nuar wo nas nbwexceti hi iiu llan corn and I asmre l do not cxag Iflrate when I say I never saw such n A VISIT TO FORT THE nismcncE or JOHN PEKDLETOKj We find in one of our a lene but exceedingly Interesting account ol a recent by a to the residence or the John at Fort Hill South from tvhicli we extract the Ills roildenco Is about four mllns from nn old town about two hundred and fifty miles from I reaohtiliPfnillelori aboul mid ami no sooner had I landed from the mall lhan I made inquiry of Ihe latiJlird of the In regard to Ihe dislnnco of Fort He yonder Is Colhoun him My eyes followed the direction to which his fingers nnd sure i saw seated nnder Ihe shado of a large that stalely whose if onee are if forgotlenj ind I had seen Cnlhoun in the and recognized him tit He rose as I approached to where he was surronnded by a nroup of bis and when I delivered him my eltor of ho naked mo lo a When he had road Iho he Introduced me to his and Ihen kindly invited me to return with him lo his and spend two or three It Is needless to that I at once accepted his cordially In Ihe coume of an I was senled by his side in hU car and on Iho way lo Port Soon after leaving Ihe carriage inlered a in which we continued un lil wo reached the which opened into he grounds In tho immediate vicinity of the This so that yon hardly notice until you aro wllhin a very short distance of tho while pillars of the north and east fronts of his The door yard is filled wllh trees and that have flood at east two hundred wil wild and fig trees innumera Ihe latter loaded with frullj a filled with tnd vegetables of every uWriplion and nol ar distant aro large apple and peach or The mansion is a nil irctonding looking relieved by vide and on each rows of co As I said Ihe oak trees stan ding close to Ihe au very and and their immense tops arc of great not only In presenting an im lonelrable but in proleclhig it In a nunder as I bad occasion to during my short Fort Hill was vl illed by one of the most severe Ihunder itorms I had ever witnessed and I should do the Ihunder were I nut to that it was of Iho regular Calhoun and exactly what I should have expected in Ihis We reached Fort Hill about Iwo It was nearly tlio dinner i was Introduced lo his at that consisted of his yonngesl and the three ymmgesl Calhoun has seven is a planter in Alabama the is a Captain in Ihe and sla tloned near New Orleans the eldest dangh ler is in Iho wife of our Charge at Calhoun Is just such a wife as a man like Calhoun should have and She governs her household In a style tlmt no Ko man in the olden ever the daughter at ii a most affectionate companion for the moth Of Ihe three sons who were al I must make some John is a and was inarried shnrlly after I lo Ihe daughter of a near He Kill wake a leading physician whurovor his des liny leads him lo settle Ihe s a thinking young man of in many strongly resemble his Willie is the youngest of Calhouns about 18 years of and Ihe pel of The two latl aro slu dents In the South Carolina and al home during the Every thing thai is lo be had in the is raised or found on Calhouns estate and on his He is a very spare and ills temperance is so well lhal I need nol allude to Tho view to the southward of his house if very extending over hill and dale The Sennca river passes through his plan and forms the ptincipal branch of the Savannah by which the produce ol his plantation is sent to opposite His house itself fee above the level of tho and 300 feet a bove Ihe Seneca In sight of the housi and is the negro on a hill 101 feet above tlio and oneeighth of a milo fiom the The houses are built of and joined together like bar with gardens and a large open space in Tliete perhaps seventy or eighty negroes on and about Ihe The largest part of his negroes are in where Calhonn owns a large and which Is under hi management of his sun alluded ti as his eldest who has Iho repulalioi of being one of Ihe best cotton planters In Towards sunset Calhoun gave rne an invitation to walk over his I gladlj After leaving the we proceeded towards the valley At the south o We descended to Ihe passing the negro Here Calhonn stop ped a few making inquiries in re gard lo somowho were sick among seated under a cherry was an aged ne gro who as he informed the oldest on the and enjoyed some par ticular He was allowed to cul tivate some fuur or five acres of land foi cotton and other things Ihe proceeds ol which became his and sometimes produced or a This is i that Calhoun allnwi his and all have a patch containing more or less acres of These palchei are the negro for thfirconve Tho negroes cultivate the cotton at their Calhoun has it plough ed fur hem by his horses and am they hoe it in Iheir spare These dar kies aro as shrewd in getting Ihe highesl price for their Itlllo crops as white and are as perfectly conversant with the fluctuations In the cotton market in Liver pool and New as a collon Cathnnn has no He has an whosupeilniends ler has erected 01 which BBIV HUUII ulv IIIII51 KIIIKI did agricultural sight inmy The field ly the rolling pi In the low ground or and covers ISO The average height Is twelve fuurteen sea wa ig with tassels ami glossy silk of every me and and is grand beyond dcscrlp From Ihls we passed Into a ciillon which Is ns largo or covering over 120 and extending over hill anil blch and low It was the first lime I had ever seen cotton anil it was a new and novel sight lo Cal riounexplained lo mo the process of its col Is planted like Indjan cultivated wllh even greater Is lined s oo He pointed out to ine bios aflcr the tho lower is white Ihe next day led and the third and the collon boll legin to It in ibis stage I It is n pleasant mode of lucre Is nothing wanting on the farm fields of of ol potatoes and and all In a forward rice field occu lies a part of the low near he Setie a and Its pale green was In striking nntrastwith dark green of Iho Tho farm Is a model It consists of about 450 of whichare In Calhounslinking method and arrangements are seen every We returned lo Iho mansion about soon lea was served lo the family on he Afterwards we adjourned to Ihe Irawing Calhoun played sev tunes upon Ihe and at all separated for Iho and I retired to and dreamed of tho extra ordinary whose guest I was for he lime i The next day I arose at and ound that Calhoun was up and IBC rodo on lo the He was ob ion about an When he brcakfait was served in Iho dining After breakfast he retired lo his arid eft me lo amuse myself as I His labils are very regular and I presume they ire the same one day ns when at He rises at four lo five tx rcises on or in a long walk over he farm for an he Ihen retutns and wriles until which i about eight oclock he Ihen retires again to his mil wriles or reads linlll one or two Dinner is then Aflcr dinner he con Versed nnlil towards when he cnes on the and remains until After he spends tho evening In conversation with his family or Nol a denlh tins occurred on Iho piacb in our and I should judge that it was he healthiest location in the I went lo Ihe slave and saw them al wnik also in the I had heard so much said in regaid to Calhonn and his lhat I was anxious to sep them with my own The slaves are certainly ns happy nnd coutenled as it is posiiblc for them to be Leaving he wo pas ed down to a mill at Ihe fooVof the hill on inv SUM uu iiiu idiiiis HUH vciiyrnuiu ClI fhlch the negro homes From of colonial The IB mill we passed into a large field of In exlonslvo wild nim iiMpescnii nor now capable or ns much in a e proudlywavlngiTinm a great dls en time and few men of his of ahy pro lance at and alsn several miles fesslon or are as physically vigor 1 ho mansion house is comfortable or capable urenduiiug as much bodily and exertlsuaiid on an elevation as regardslholandstownrds Webster but one child livlng Ihe bul In a lovelysemlclrcular valley Fletcher hai a very line the land Ihe A country overlooking the circular Imedwllh Well rimmed jolnlnc fathers and abou one hedges and leads lo tho mile distant fibm homansion A house Infront of an adorn dauRhler and a Appleton and of died within Iho past ythf an IflkDJi or nniv n i i few rods Iho ono fresh and the other salt where may be seen useful and or water fowls of all sorU and every variety of fruiu and vegetables In a Atlached lo Ihe mansion home and com i afnlinB anil onei of the most cxiciulra col from Ma and without another he JecUoiu of rateable books hat can be found suddenly left f no oxnlana in any private library in ho Tho ollicc in in the otillo On Sunrtny Ihov RO lo or do Iheir hulldnys rsiinu iiiaiFailing ibW exceeds fifleen tront and tlln luttilil n fc Itig the lands and tenfrnblo reildence of tliclr bcniilifnl Isiands of resem ble most In Kppearance nf and in those inaiity and healthy opoita ho freely Drtniel WeMcr was bnrn fu Salisbury New January and how in ho sixly eolith year of ixv eg vcar o with their yel he has e Vg h and ao Islands of Upon Ihe Is tivitv of men al tlio uno nr tffiv r I n I be lr a from the l Mripe man mm I who has ill n m TUB THE LOUIS BAICWAYr Ihe Alias declares that the construction welinvo given of the charter of Iho Ohio and Mlsslslppl Itallioad Company would have been altogether more wehad Included the flrst section of the law of Ohio in Iho scnpe of our legal super That law contains but three short and we have examined alloflhem several lint wliatare Ihe provisions of Ihis important first section The section simply recognizes ho cnceof the Indiana charter as a legal enll and makes the powers granted therein In wllh tills locating and constructing so inncli of ho rend as lies in the In stead of proceeding according lo the char shall be governed by tho genera laws of this to Hallway compa obtaining Mho right of way anil in thitt connection Having upent Iho day in riding nnd walk ing over the wo returned fur dinner and Just as we were entering he nnujnsi as we were entering Ihe Iho consls ing of several is Webster remarked lhatlhero was one hinc highly and tastefully producing 1J a c c more he desired o show I followed on Iho piazza lo the front ufllie ho there pointed al two beautiful Iho eaith their roots yet said tile quite concealed a midst chestnut and willow trees and flowering his splcn Congrestlonal Docn did are degioiitcd auil systematical unfnW ly Another prominent object which belongs trees anu me cruon oiauos 01 me it to Iho mansion house or ralher villa I haunts the depths of Ihe eailh and and have omllled to mentionIt Is a venerable nil majestic about eighty years old Beauly Is an allpervading It In lie numberless flowers of the It waves in the branches of the rues and Ihe grcon blades of Ihe It launts the depths of Ihe cailh and and gleams oilt in the hues of tho and the reoious And not only these minute standing so near the house that some of ils but the Iho Ihe rest upon the In shape Is Iho Ihe tho rising linrfpfMlu tt I perfectly and its huge oul nn uui mm seiung an ovetitow with ilrelching branches the exliemilies reach The universe is ils temple nnd ing Ihp ground form a beauliful circular ar who are alivo to cannot lift their eyes Ihe mojostlo proportions of Ihis without feeling themselves encompassed nml Ihe beanly and spaciousness of the ar with II on every Now Ihi bur formed by tile overhanging so the enjoyments It gi may be appreciated by slating that the di ameter nf this aibor is exactly ninety with II on every Now Ihis beauty is tlio enjoyments it gives are so jfiued and so congenial with ourlcn doruat and noblest and so akin lo lullllndeuf men RS living In Iho inidit of and living almost as blind lo as in lead of this fair cnrlli and glorious hey were tenants of a An lufm UCIUM uuuicHi anil HO nKul to I wiUmontion a few things noticeable hat it painful to think of the elsewhere on Iho I saw eight cana clous barns filled lo repletion wilh Iho hay and grain already dis tance from the mansion house are the farm houje and the barns fry i loul lo the for Hie There are itables culture of thii spiritnat Sun ftirnxennndslables forthe sheds to protect Ihe young caltle from he of hos houses and pig pens with he most comfortable apartments and every convenience facility for prcpaiing Ihe The floors of the stable are movable beneath which every in deposit ed large quantities of muck or which Is jemuved in the spring making the richest wanuit for dressing land Webster has the cattle They love Iheir and ho is to In New His nlilch cows ae mostly of the Ayrshire tegardlng them as n race of good heallhy ea There uppears lo bn much aristocracy enduring Ihe Now England win among Ihe negroes of n and living and Ihilving MI pastures mongwhile The marriage of his none of Ihe He has Ihe Alderny young male or female slaves wllh a slave on often called the collage in Eug another creates as much excite admirable for quantity nnd quality of men as n marriage in Astor Place would bulnre lender and require gieal care The require a great deal arrangement and proper Tho matches are gencrnlly made up between parties residing on dilTurcnt CorrtBiionilenco of tlio Cincinnati DANU There Nn portion of the of Massachiiiclli uliich juls out into the ocean and not unlike a bout in lliiialed un portion nf Ihe Old Bay State1 has enduring historical associa a celebrity ns broad cant as Ihe Yan kee nation for it was upon this spot of earth hat ha Puritanical need wan first and although a dry and sandy it took nnd produced and is producing an abundant harvest of eueigelio enterprising Here aro Plymouth Cape Cod and Ply good He thinks ho Ayrshire from native stock a good of which I saw bcanfiful He has a cow of he mixed which this year and the height of the sua son poundit of milk per Miual to twenty six is milked three limes Hia farm in nrfncipally cultimleil by ox and for this use he regards nothing e qual to he or what h much the tho New England Ho says he finest woikingaro he dark found in Worcester and Jits are of Ihe best and has a of the Mackay nineteen years This breed is ctoio and square small lieadtt and short fallen well and make excellent Of this breed lie forninhes each year to uicuu no lurnmnes largel mouih Hockpaces and looalines nolable Vermont and iu American Ihe fust landing I ten pigs of this breed and of the place of our Puritan and an the nnn dwelling place of men and wo who ntirlured and defended the American Liberty Within Ihe limits of Tint settlement and wftliin a few miles ofPlymouth in tho of this peculiar are andhomeof Daniel there is no American citizen now liv ing who has contributed more largely lotho impedshablQ glory and distinction of our no ono whose fiiieJlectual superior ity is BO nnlversnlly acknowledged at home and no name and famonre des tined to bo pre eminant and so tongas whenever constitutional liberty ex ist and popular speeches and orations will bo read and ad mired as long and the English language is read and I have sup poed a brief description of tho Home ol Daniel Webiter would bo acceptable lo your readers particularly and to the public Tho and dwelling place of Webster is situaled in the South cast part of Ihe town of bounded on lie East by the and contains over Gileen hundred acres of A goodly portion of this fifteen hundred acres is light poor but mado productive by frequent and expensivo manuring another goodly portion U mar till land grass another portion H and planted and still another portion is very fine having rich soil and produc ing ABU this In variety of soil ami beauty of its miperior condition In agri cultural ami general husbandry splendid pros ppcts oer sea ami iU daily invigor aling and rijuvenalinp ocean cod brook and game hunl ing undulating foot and bri dlepaths and extended gravel carriage quiet i ciiremenU from the worlds and and yet within two hours access of Ihe great Eastern mart of trade and rnimiierce all uilti other attractive beauties and advantages of improvement and render the farm and home of Daniel an a the moil and valuable estate nnd in tho The first purchase of made twelve nr fifteen years consisted of oiJy Iwo hundred incluiUiifj his present mansion greatly enlar ged and year lo year he added lo his a civs by pur same ihnt will now average 200 pounds and wilt average this ho not less lhan 400 pounds lie has largo fields of tur and grain his corn and polatoe fitids the by I have seen IUU IIu has a potnloe field twelve from which he expects to take two thousand bushels for hat nill real ize to him two thousand Ho has a field of corn of about twenty manured entirely with which Is very utoul and Kelp is a sub marine which i thrown upon Ihe sea beach n win during tho nnhcavings of Iho This Is gathered and spread upon Iho making nn excellent Large quan tities of fish were also taken from ho sea and spread upon he land for It is by continuous hard and lie practical application of ho most tho rough knowledge of that Web tier has made Ills exteiuive estate produc His whole ATM in admirable con fences and in excellent or any where roads in perfect order and re a place lor every and every thing in iln proper all under Ih personal direction and supervision of Mr Webslcr Ho in emphatically the farmer of farmer of Now That which Webiler aeemed to re gard wiih hi greatest piitlo and talUfaclio s which he has moslly fro iiiiiii iiiu i iiv UIIIID wns iini iiir iroiii uut ucin A beautiful forest of many acres cov an indefatigablo ho bega ering a gentle In view from his from hii own planling and aimlli er wjile belt cffuioil Irees uf various kinds extending half a to protect Iiiu mansion from he cold nor I It cait it of There are liurse elnn and tiees from Ihe wesl and south such an American i men juu uu swt rrtlbtid llin repeated eiToita n tfiu presence of tho irvscut company 1 to live gaki have entirely ctal rail them Tho gnshed for I had known the brother and sis nd selling all oveillow with jut of tho charter ii has no validity until concurred hi either iiy tlio State or or the corporate or perhaps by Wo are not ad vised hat modification of the charter ms been accepted by thecompany or Tho second section of the net empowers ho cily lo subscribe n million of dollars to nu slock upon cerlain One of licac condlliuin said road shall be ncalcd on the moil convenient and ile route from Ihe cily of o con nect ho Hno of Railroad to at a suitable pulnt within the Slateof This proposes another modification of he fora line uf road from this n Iho nnd practicable route connecting wilh Ihe LouEs at n suitable point within tho State of We have no evidence that this modification IBS been acceplrdnor any lhat Ihe line of ho Louis road has been any that an examination to ascertain the most convenient nud practicable route to Hie mot suilnblc pornt of intersection hi tThe third Fccliohnnlhorizes tho City Coun cil lo means for perfecting Ihe sub and lo require as a condition to hat Ihe money subscribed shall n Inyfng out and constructing am ng that pail of the road next adjoining to lose I were o vuil a and to see iU wnlls lined by the choicest pictures of Ra anil every sprtro nook filled wfih sla nos of iho most cxquiiito ami hat I were to hat neither wo nor ever cast an eye at theso niracles of how should I feel their pri vation how Fhould I want to open their and to help themto comprehend and feel he lovetinesi ami grandeur which In vain couitcd their notice I Ilut every hus bandman is living In sight of I he works of a divine ArlM and how much would his existence be could henee the glo ry which shines forth in their and moral exprtuxfoitJ I Jiavo poken only of Iho beauly of but liow much of this rnyslerious charm is fmrnd in he elegant and in Htera lureV The best books have most The greatest truths are wronged if not link ed with beauty and they win their way most surely nnd deeply Inin Ilio smil when arrayed in heir natural and fit Now no man receives the tine culture of a in whom Iho nensibility to ho beautiful Is not cherished and I know of no condition in life from which it should be Of Is the cheapest and most n hand audit seems to mo lo be motit important to these where coarse labor lends to give grossnosa o the From he diiriuion of the sensa of beauly In ancient and of he taste Tor rnu sio in modern wo learn thflt tho people at large may partake of refined grat which have hilbcrlo been though lo be necessarily restricted lo a Chan A GEORGIA Tho preacher was prevented from aking pan in Hie and a newly created Justice of Iho who ohaiicud o be was called lo oiliciaie iu his 1 be good mans knees began to d for he hail never lied the and did not know where to He had no or any other book from which to read the mar riage The company was aranged in a each one boating a tallow He thought over ovoryihmg ho hail ever even o Thirty ilayi liath June mid but oil In ho could recollect nothing that suited Iho A suppressed til ler all over ho room admonUhcd him that he must proceed with and in the agony of desperation he begun Know alt men by llioo hat hero he looked uptullie ceiling while an audible voice iu thu cottier of tlu room heard to sayt He is drawing a deed lo a Iraot cf land and they all In the imrno uf lie began a only lo hear another voice iu a luud whispersay Hes making his I thought ho could not live ho looks KU powerful Now I lay mo dnwn to I was Ihe next when tome crmlilogen tleman Ho Is not diad but Oh Oh yeit continued Ilio nqiiire A voice no Oh nol dont Some person out of tlnnrit sung let Hni bJj IlaiJtrd He grntv Come info court and he lauehier was ing over me hundred thousand forest The bride s nol far from ll hut being To all and the Lets hes going lo levy on said two or three at Here a gleam of llghl fiaihcd ncrois Ihe face nf the He ordered Ihe bride aml groom lo hold up Iheir and iu a valco said and each of yon do solemnly swear you will pciform towards each all ai K t V j uu tiiii lunii aina UHUII i nil AIIU Webslcis unlfurm liabil to rise al Iho function of husband ind wlfo 4o clock in Ihe mornlngatlenil lo his cor as Hie case may he lolho best ofyiinrkliow al 8 onlook leilco and you Oodl1 then rlilr ind walk over his exlenklve as wliaal exuUhneil Ihe father of direct and luucilnliud Hie workdine al 3 oclock and iben detiole himself in the en Irtlalnmrnt of his family anil filenil III a bout 10 oclock al which hour and generally Ilelsvory fond ofhunt v IN lunu 01 nuni ineiri u lug ind and hai en abundant supply yourself happy A man may have a thousand Inli lalu and tint friend amon hem If you have one Ihin Prom Iho anclnnall THE CINCINNATI AND LOUIS your pajier a few lays In speaking of the bonds of the Scw Albany and Salem and Die sale of Iheir you what is Cin cinnati doing1 The uuestion Is very perl and another might be asked not rltfes Cincinnati propose to do Tons here in it is very hat your cily has been wheedled lotho very verge of a precipice of speculative Llf I so wiltc hi over if you advance must Inevitably make a moil ruinous Years will not put you back upon safe and your finan cial aflulrs must cramped nnd confinii bo righted analn only Tho projpclof a over the line examined by only be con celviil by ono nnncqiialulcd ivilh Iho coun try Norlh of the or who had merged every oilier in n settledpnr to subserve some local The purposo of your oily not unly lo obtain a Railroad lo hut to bifng trade and business to To do yon should pais Jnlo some oonn try where such trade anil business can bo Such I apprehend aro riot the slash es unit barren hills of Ihe swamps of Illinois on lhat Yon know that llHnuis does not and very iirobably will not permit to cross her so far Her people wish for n more central They will permit you loto come Tone And pray why nut do si f In year or two turn will bo complelrd a Railway from Turre Haiilo lo nearly half Ihe distance to wards Other companies aro stiuggling lo fill up Iho fpace of uncovered dlslanre from Illinois lo your Why not Inin these wllh your or part of it and nnlle Ihe and thus complete Iho work Or if lo come to Indianap iho Uellefonlalno or oilier mako lhal point dangerous to ap there still further other avenues to Torre Lnok on Ihe From LawrenceburR lo Greensburg a liailroad Is now From Columbus to by tho aid ol iho Madlon and Indianapolis and their EVIL COMPANY ho following beautiful Is froiri German a wise would iiot suffer grown up sons and daughtersto associate with thoso who were not pure Dear said the gentle Eiilalla 16 htm ono day when he forbade In company wllh her to visit Iho volatile Lucln da dear jou must us vffy if 5011 imnitino that we should be exposed lo any danger by The father tonk In silence a dead coal from Ihe hearthi and reached it to his It will not biirn my take It Eulalla did behold heanliful white bandwasr soiled and and as II chanced her while dress VVecflnnotbolobcarefirr ln handling ald in the falhcri you my that even If they So II is wilh he company i T KHOWLCDOI AMOND glad lo learn that Iho bmlthnnlin Institution i which was organized in 1847 Is going on In Iho unrk marked out by its federal of diffusing knowledge a mong Ils pecuniary history ori which of course all its means of usefulness U briefly told In Ihe fact that an Enp llshman eavo more than half R nilllioii f for the diffu sion of linowltjgo among men in the Unit ed The Inlerettwhlch had accru ed up lo July ivlien Ihe funds were under the control of wcro Up lo the dale of Iho report here had been expended It Is proposed not to from tho unounl of lulcrest more bb expended on the leaving the re malnlng lo bo added to theprinci anil mnkiiiK the permanent fiind of Iho Instllullon which III yleln an annual Incamo of The builillni will completed by Ihe 1st of 18 and at a cost not exceeding docs It come uy perBons see cork used dally without knowing whence came Corks are cut from large slabs of tho cork tree n of oak wild in the countries South of Tho tree is stripped of Its balk at about 15 years biit before snipping it Iho Iron Is not cut down as In the is takenwhile tlio Ireo is grbwingYaud tlio may bo repeated every eight or ninth quality of the bark contin uing each time lo improve as the treo When Ihe bark Is taken Is singed in be flames a and af ter being snaked foracouMderablD it is placed under a heavy welch t render It Ill tho ease wllh which it and its ore properties so peculiar to Ihls that uoclliclent tubitllule for it haa breu The properties of cork wore known to the Greeks nnd who used It for alUho purpo for which till used at with the exception of stopples tho ancients mostly ucd cement for slopping the moulh of bot tles or The Egyptians ore said lo Iiavo made coffins of being spread on Iho inside wllh n resinous sub preserves dead bodies from Inmndern cotk was not generally used for stopples to bottles till about the clbso of the 17lh wax being used till then for that The cork impor ted Into Great Britain Is brought principally from Spain and Thequan lily consumed Is upwards of fiOO why nol connect wilh Ihls Huff With or of your this can be made from your clly lo Teiro The people on the lino will do tho Ihii line will not be ono in tho out of a straight It paisca Ihrough ono of tho lichcst countries in ho II opens lo In sin hours tra lie wholo Wabash It strikes the Stale of Illinois in the and as sumes Ihe very pillion bor people H diverges from tho great Enslorn and Wes tern line which is to leave you seventy miles u n point far enough West io logive you mlviniasje in Iho Woslnn Wont you look these Or If you will what will Cincinnati THE LARGEST AND THE LAIIGCST Arnold lo Iho Island of a which he named tho Arnold j and which aii author has wilh much the magnificent Titan of the Tlio human has ne vcr oonceivcd such a flower Its circumfo when Is nine feet Us nee larlniri is calculated lo hold nine pints Ilio pistils are as largo as a cows and Hie iullio weight of the blossom computed IS In his recent Iraveli In slates lhat ho shot a and from uolrs taken on Ihe gives the fol lowing dimensions of ils When the wings aro measure 40 feet In and the quill part 8 Inches In circum This almost realizes Iho fabled rock of Slnbad in Ihe Arabian Nights but its os hero lest oil good and recent Sun compound word Is used iu wilting and as U Is said that its derivation Is as follows tho Greeks consecrated Ihe roib to liarpn DID genius of And either Iho rose or representation was upon the celling of their dining Implying lhal whatever was done thereiit shonlit be kepi from Ihe public It was or under the JTi Love one human being and you will love The hcail In this like tho wandering sees from tho dew drop to the but a minor which it warms and la A temperance leolu rer In a short lime ago fiuihed Ms discourse my why should any of you drink aidenl My snn just round the has got as ijoiiil rool lievr as any In the at on ly six pence a you would borrow nny thing a second o U well it d ily the fint An advertising chandler modestly says lhat without intending any disparage ment to thu ho may confidently assert lhal Ills uclagoual speiuiacclls are the best light ever Unbinds Lounging upon a bu siness iu business on buKlnesK only Iraiunct Ihe business and thru gn uut about your that he way Iiavo time lo finUb Wo never know a lhal was ablo lo uovern a What makes people scold Because they ramiut govern How then can iljey govein others V fJA blind fiddler on crossing a narrow lul fall hii Instrument Into One of iho afler assisting in vain fur ils told the unfurlunate nmslciau lhat ho pitied Ills Ihe oilos Foik gentlemen ofthe MMiarhiueffi dlninp at a Ion ono of them akcd gen tleman vho sal Can you reach them extruded liisaini lowanU lliuilish and allfied himself that he rotiM reach the and Yes At Ibis point our Informant camo lfave you any Muijnevr I hove a few how many do yoii want 1 RIIOJJ Ill take If theyre jiul ly   

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