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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 21, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                tKKlBlT M M JTJIhe attention of the reader Is respect Invlted to 1 ri I Coles Oufienly had become wndfd sow nvery week oljho wai tp a certain whether Inrluilpd or In sickness or for the completion of lieat mia lat of of had been down lo by Indlvltltialcllliena In lands THE ALTON 19 PUBLISHED jBtf Far each continuance fio A liberal deduction nitdd to pearly a HEMiTTAHCEiby raallmay bomadeftt ho rliU ot the t v t n Kaq iund PUUa lelphla t nrtil at Mi dltferont offlqcd r BSlfimoroarifl utitjiorfecd to rocotve AitvorlUemonti Intcmled for insertion ID iiajiori ami to at our general Agent in any milter connocteltflth r any other builncss concerning thla journal In tlio above i i 23f Editor of a fn lha cftyiof toWa lait litter date I Buuiiijr t will be found iiranblher1 It will recency man umlKedhflbaiit 150 Ihe sura of Inwards penjfe of lilitr A jie tcqulrert for Ilie it bove thedifference willvhavc lob whom and with what 1 M t 1 provided With a vafetde ohambre of DuodHar the seeds courtf and Vflih twelve hundred llvtes which Iq turn the CALVIN come lo mo ffoimroy IhU c many of ollr readorsmay con dl he deucel Ihe miserable fellowjs not to for four ycarsi abduotedslaves from KcnliieUyjln connec id Pa I August that Ihe Gelebralcd writer and has recent ly symptoms of ltl5B Tholoisof his paternal he has been compelled to sell saUfy the Ills a severe at tack of acute are supposed to be lie nftthis will have only a temporary duration i is staled lhat Ihe MAI cor we who was recently cnnlpelledto resign the Presl dency nf the Gollegeral fn Ihe occa lioiied by his having voted In favor of the gradual slavery1 in the above the late elected President of Shurllfff In Upper Ohio paper states not a nurse or a physician who nobly went lo re lievo tho during the recent prevalence of the Cnolera In been oar ried by the ibis would seem to show that Providence witches over those engaged in works of mercy ami benevolence and should stimulate and en courage all who may have It in their power to assitt their suffering fellow citizens to go and do lion the period 6f ten the Governor It Is melancholy to lhat this of had proceeded Io4 in order to aid In procuring his attacked by the Cholera w hlle in that and became one oHIsvlolims u Dollar September num ber of tliia popular reached ua a Tew ilayS It Isietnbolliahedbyari the first grave of appropriate lluatratlonit and contttlna the mual variety of Ititer eatlng ami well rrtlcn in almost orery ila mlniMitof rulillibcdVr Charles Hnl MKor and 100 Naasau v lork one Dollar annum for ono copy Uo copies for Fivo Dollara or treaty coptca or Fifteen f Itooitiaditfii rouAi hare received e September number oftlila oxcellchti periodical Like Ua It by several heat nd appioprlale of the literary taken frequent oc caaion beat publica tion of idnd With ivtilch we are attiualtitctVotHl ad mirably calculated for the mo of children end idling It la conducted y the Frandi and publlahcd by D 13IS Nassau New lorlt Ono Dollar a t What doyou lake me Monsieur Du fresnjfiKt 1 to some Bflhe l Ll t it i tttft i That ii ill very Monsieur Dofrciny but you are irfaklng me lose my time with all your be kind enougl to settle our little blllii I J isI have a horror nf See here tn finish this I will marry and wo You1 are Joking A gentleman take you at i nlhat is whirl But what ml your other fifend say i f Say no more abnut him i1 Are you sure he lias had nothing on ac enuht fromjrlir twelve hundred o fiom ynurself1 i I should have liked lo have seen him Ir In i It I only In you llinliieojilo give an IhiiiK nn l embrace and let us cbe nIT I the next tavern t What a pretty wife Im going to havel By have you little money about yAu i i Do you know that you ilomo a great deal of honor A man of youriratik and of our talents to marry a poor incapable of pjaying the part of duchess It l you who will be the dupe look at Iho matter twice sco to what a have arilved wlth all my talent and my forty Cue oulsW ptoPnfi a rivers rjjntnand Iliu of jlie er and the iad a les on the I Alton hattoneof tBeflrlestw Irt iTls like I iong The proposcd rtiiiel offhoio boro Is of a thousand mllei In Unthe faith of or them be convening of h above tho shifting nd the Ihi i ectedby Ihe orlhelcerjftheMlslY slnni and In conclusion iff Met falilf ha ommouVllball tjio a gill y was opposed extraordinary ofi Ihe at a hadbeeBheld Wjaoi asl at Saletnby IhoTrlettdrof Ihe And now of cy propose holding a Convenll and to address Ihe rleople of IherSlate omthaaj LlibjeotofInternal expressed his by one ortlhe other of the If Ihe Coin entlon at Illlliborn outinnmbeteni that at Mien he woiiljl Ihe fmuoli The fictfl said ho did not pielcnd lo be able a elate Ibe wisdom of suoh a resolve Jlnereanm yean w embraced said with clmiinlng I will make yomlonk well 1 have jou Biitj first mo In marriage of my mint We learn from the last PHtifivldUrt ho nuirdererof Torwliose apprehension a reward of ope hundred dollars had been olTereilby Ihe of Plkeooun been and committed to the jail at to lake his trial for the f t f filiiB Ihrotlglii in Ifte Fallal of Peace lo bis Billeolllt The rholein has now swept over the en1 lire extent of the Mlwhwlppl as an Mr of has ly discovered a modo of restoring the natu ral hair lo the heads of persons who long been Ills mode of operation he has hitherto kept closely concealed but according to publlo he Causes the navVhair lo appear in from bur to nine days He we by profession a tanner and It was white engaged he business thai he made the discovery in We copy he following from a Inle Penn sylvanta under the belief that It may convey useful information to B per haps of our Il is not In our power to say how far Ihe suggestions of Ihe writer are cot but we are persuaded that some of them are the result of close obior and vvorthy the attention of house The French chemists by the most patient series nf fixed tho utmost alimentary limits of almost every used as Wheatabove all other stands iireenilntnt as an article ol Wilh an n forms a most fmpoitnnt port of lifes 1 be ques lion before us now as lo Ihe best way of dcrlvlogthe substance ofwheat when pre ienled in form of Tha ve fail in galolng Ihe by the use a as can bi easily The intelligent reader need not be told that fermentatinn canppt lako place In any substancethat does not contain In large and In the proper lion that sugar predominates will be the ao tfvlty of the In other words the activity of Ihe fermentation depend upon Ihe strength or nblhlynf Ihe o leaven lo change or convert into oarboul uld gas Ibe saccharine contained In Ih fvhesU Experiments in this respect enabl us to The o malfr In getting wha our wives call I lljbl is as 8 to 100 er out of every one huillred pounds nf floi we destroy while the large Injured by Ihe The practice latoralus Is infinitely worJ ini for lo IH lf are ifl raced milchbf the heartbut arid the premature decaf of ithe teeth many powerful and t to the dioontinulng and linhelr absence the following re may be relied for some and palatable A single fair wo convince any this facl Jr For about three pintsof take two leaspoonsful of cream of onelea and ailltlle dissolve these In hot add a small piece of butter pr with sweet then roll out bake thein Add nndit makes a very nice healthy cake for The same pro portions uiay be carried out to wake a large batch of breed placing when laken froir Hie In a current of fresh soon the oxygen expelled from It whileII was in the Nobreai sboulil ever be eaten while It Is II Is for Ihe and will eertaluly produce as laliileooe II Is a waul of ecqii oniy to use warm Many parsons wll three or four warm biscuits while seldom wlllihey est more thin two when they n Ilie liliculls contain inoi than the four warm j Coutttlrfdl Detector work tnailD Its appearance on lablQV full of tcrfclt or fraudulent Dank bills known to bo in circu lation insny part of tho Unltcil statesj with the cur rent value asare anil mtichbtncr Information of groat vatuoto mcretiahts tiusfncis men In general ta neatly got up and acorns to ecn prepared with the grantcst Corrected ant ublistictl b Presbury EC Co 38 near Main Ono t pins Mtdlritf Gutttf to publication From Ilia Cliarleiton ICCLIfl flY I 1C HIV UI I t V tla every prlnclnle of Justice YoikiShould the numerous towns andsnMa and ought uut to be Mages Which fringe tho bnnki oMhe Ohjor Iho rtpcaker rongratulaled tlie people of be nof no by Ihe in iJililion to Uio umal Aftronomicul calcuU tlonii sundry items of information In relallonto Ihd Tiealmcnt numerous ccrliflcalesof pctfomieJ by ho UBO of Jayncsa flteilicincij Thli Almanac U Uaucil end may bo ob tained at Uie Drugstore of Si Dany H for formii it is not nil and spent its fiuco at nenrU ali 1 tit vpCHHvr iim in i Illinois on finest canaUn thojnrine of thenUi cijunl lo CinolnjipliJ w 81 U loreigll nil IB Illicw urtu M ikhuuiu y wataurnansed none In the Aml rLouis hor Tier it all bought andpald her reference to Iho establishment of n ihc might bejoUraj In Hlcli power o reat oiir renilcrH to lhat ttpeceb WY BT I have two precious Thc fairest genii or I love I lovo them For Ihelr owiiintriiislc Tim when cares uie And nadubss ItJla my In nicckncss cotnei to bloss nie With her soul endearing at Her like illslant my lioait with liUc R guardian She lootlici our lltllo Unto his evening In music soft ami as a watchUht His calm nnd peaceful The wliat bcnuty DwelU In his jtlajTul More like theecmi whluti iiirUlo At evening in Iho skici And then Ills nrlless Of all our household wnysl Ho liiigs wheneer his molher Ana iiroys wheneer she Such Jewels God hath given To sham my humble As lieaveoj lo mj wcorj lot And when Iho twilight Urns the Westj Wo oik our gracious Father Toguatd ui whllf or more natural llinn thij mar nmilj n and Butwe took and liovloR but an in i in nil ii MI IHUI wlnoli caufetl so much Bui Balavm Qnf dilTercnl erbal no cannot venture ii I HalBVlB III tjfiiut i IHIIBIBHI PI uitriiiuiy i n w i iiiuiui vrmiiic mattered the vaiu satires of the worlil j h Cmfi D has also sillfer for loar of doing crent Inliisllce to Ihisiea a j oung and handsome RrelltdMl from first lo 10tn25 to give an IhinR liken report or Ih ife who loved himi so Ihoie of Ihe slaves being carried olTby llio mol that will I pitted jcnlouu HIUJHI Le Saae thu relates ihU Angular adten In the lenlh chapter of hli Devil nppn He wenllupoutlho the disease on some of the piinclpal furnish toit if Tajnt outline of the roitl Which the suenltorfl rntnd purnued ihroiiclt Jn able to exist without mono and he brought Ihe minds of his nil Ifio piccess reasoning by MARRYING A WASHERWOMAN FOR The Literary Woild translates a pleasan sketch of Ihe poet and humor vt OouriihitiB ou Ihe bouulj pf Lim as a so utodlgally that h became was snubbed by Ihe Kin as a cominoti tnanled his washe woman lor her and then really fe In lov o with and lived so till her deal up Ihe narrative Just a ny had thrown his hat under th We take u ust ils and hU has spcmllnBilsBif Hhcre omo euhor or fereclouslj It t i i A i wii in in i cw uuiiuicu ngdlrly Ihe Abbe piqued nl re lwo or three spnmled Ihnt evefy boily not fortun seem ale enough lo marry a ej warm In ihelr ongrntulatloni of ench anil ore1 be BEAUTIFUL since vtllh lo talk and nnte abutit Ib In conversation a clns since wllli Ihelr the ilestroye on cnlhiislastlo admirer nf their best on lhi ercal he rclnteil lo us nn instance a In iirofesslonnl II d mourning lo neurly ever luiltallve of singular power befoio a JUT n defending e feel of Ihe and hail a croini flung al as nn unknown mendicantlbe suuan a iiv reluriieil thlnk nVilm a first he could woulil ireafure to him In his AVIth a lie would iiP f pf breiil without anxiefji ho a wife woulil IW A letterfrom invoktd i little of his humor for the floihing touch of a niece he In Pufiway ed his pen ami ill to answer jfta He hod not written three when a man who hail been udicled for a cuplul After an elaborate and pointful he closed his eff by the follow Ing slrikini ami beautiful allegnr Uod his eternal COIIIMC con cciord the thought of mans he called to ilin three who wnlteil coiislantly about till Truth and Mercynnd thus addressed them Shall we maliblnanr Then said O make him for ho will Iramplo upon Ihy Truth made answer inike him for he thy But dropping on knees aml tankingiip llnoiich her O make I wll watch over htm and surround mm with my through all tho dark paths which he may have lu Then Gml made and said to thou art the child lisa of Its inarch over the ed Into his room This Is the manner In whidb tba cltoler n nan wllhout any previous walk njople look the Irouble lo wait in Ihe ante chamber here s Ilie Inconvenience uf np longer being a line and npt baviiig in aute The who had heard Dufresnys said to him very I went Ihroimh all your rooms vithout meet Ing willi single otherwise I should have had myself the wiih a merry Aqgell Rue I glad il in I wajling ruffles wllh Is all very Dufresny but yoq bare hail worufflm In Ibe wab of Mercy go deaj lightly thy bro For weeks II Is at and doe not car nl Vlokburch or Mem the InterVoiiirnunlcatlon incessant for even months it is In that cl anil does nrtt appear in Mobile at ex ceptJn Ihe of three or four per sons wlin come home withthe diseave velopedln Ilielr system and die nf It appears ai and scourges thai city rai no American city has been rcnutgeil and space of tliecfty of a feiv hours el above on the lit we mny soy houily docs not feel presence In a slhglo Then Alton Is stilckenjand In a fnrlnlebt many of her best citizens are home to the the vile lookon and II leaps lo hundibds nf miles of populated In a direct and by many towns and cities on Ilio water line of for two innnlhs sutijecli us to its enlhlo nliirh ho reached Ilinso nnc judge of tho character uf the nrgtimrnt froin Ihemehgre aiid judge it you musthave heard it all i of eir nnd tin tr iiilluence Iheito capitnltnnd social in and olhor parti oMhe Uiil then crositing lite Allan he pursued the hUlory of Railroads on its showing by Ilielr tiiMu distant regions wero brought Into Ipso proximity how human civilization was how Ihe value of property both eal anil personal was In man many hundred how labor hrough their obtained anample ro the receiving for Ihe of the compensation tile waite and howling wlhlernetshad by Ihe Inslruineiilalil of this modern Im been made to rival the garde if Eden and to blossom like the rose how illlu qbiciire and harill to bo found on Ihe within his longsince liewas amali o middle by the power of and other and opulent whoso influence Is nov not only through this but Ih world how It IIRS beeomoiiiiaX wherever several great stems of be ncilrlj or quite ditlonajt maiket rortnanyoRour Hashed to Terra Hanlo on Uie should because our roads muilhe mado mainly by Inilead of Louis r tjl Ihn same capitalists who are nnw onnXruo The speaker iboVrid ling When the road Cailwnrd of nature a mueh belierpolnt than I erro Haute shall have reached that for Iho site of a great then Iho capital will be read to commence Slamjfng at Ihe of jjircoof IIW and thru pur built rivers In ahd theSlnto nf Illinois aces H lo haye back country of unparalleled 1 he mails nnw in pronress from the one of Iho must eligible the Wabaih tnuM nnd would extend to Ihe great city emporium on Iho habitable gloueg In doing Ihcymusl By n Irairrse our nnd on such routes as ir our Legislature may He therefore regarded all acllou on tills subject at this lime ni but Ihpe ho are In the interests of SI by Ihelr acllon forco us tn exert ourselvoi lu his if we ooulil have would be Ihe sal vation of but t would bo destruo ire lo Iho policy of and her Hence tllo Snltm Vnce all arid As Inlhe Vlncennos anil i Louis Let Ihe barter bo granted wlun H It would evrr bo Lous haiCgot Mhe frig no inrLJlm with Iho improvements in navitt gallon which have been the firsl trader established SSInt and tlto Ihe liicrsand Iho countrioa which Ihey Iliacl now wotilll 6 not be the Alton would be Permsuloontt he aggregateJf tolls received on lltd Pennsjjviilla caijil lo lo Ihe speaker shnuril hal an enlightened sense uf our Slnlc Inter tits should prompt our In grant ng to give the preferenre to Illi mis Lei the roads aid he be made o our on n border and then i communication by Railwaysis desired be necn them and towni just beyond lei them bo or he was for running all roads which wero dolgncd lo terminate on the Mississippi near Alton first lo and If II was desired to continue them to why let them them go lo Alton flril ami M no lap them at any point East of The speaker demonstratid that Iho route from Tcrre Haute to Ihrougli Char nas a 1 he whole lo 1S2 what we billwliatVlJ lhat makeeus II we but what we that ul It Is not what we butwhafwji lhat makes us learne Is very SHE principal Aca In au and thereputation for lu Illclll iu IM HI But make t female it Lnuis1 hing which sbi lUlltoad are mode l jioint of intersection nl site of some TsII Is easy for one who Is disposed lo inaTrel lo find a A a very carrying our poopld Yel us city qui may influence arid Peev ihness but passion rnrrrly the other may The one source of one may rtcrrly me oiner oko and insult Iho one Is often Iho other of Yel while Ilii unpulau but litilo mntethana buiidred miles fi ueaily altogether escapes Its anil many towns disiancej remain wholly exempt from its Then il 00 uijles nuith to c city of 13 to 80 miles inutb to A to and how several Si ft tea of Oils originally poor and bail profited by n knowledge of all Iheia faoti and by d founded In wii and adapted to their respective situations and had developed Iheirown roiour secured to large iliaro of tho Undo of thilr leis politic and thus rlien from and cnui and to bu on 1hen to often hear of a maabelng In ad1 vaufe of but you hear of a WOBHO being lu Ibe pieillf fills Ihelr ll new wlillo the iiilcrineilialf wllh their populatluns of 1 lit eiitlrp rural diitiicls capriclnilftieill Is IiifOHid pouffliMi loin of the showed lhat a proper rcgtid fur ourpwn InloiQsIs shuuld iinl tale Iho liio Stales jiift mentioned who have adopted Uailroad policies of their that Uie Internal improvement system in which this Stale engaged same years though canied lu pernicious extremes and injudiciously commen nil at MAS in Its or founded In deep and contained the liuo idoaj the of all the roads iiliailcrcl under Dial ivere with onour Inu xcpplloii all within the and of suclra road was not li this it wai because the geography of not admit uf being Jiio speaker observed tbot he liad up doubt III name had been Injuri ously associated with broken down tin had riglil tn do biuiiell Ilie juiticD to correct suoh false He hud novcr system In the extent lo uhlch It He had predicted In tbo morn eligible one than lhat from Torre Haute In Si Louis along the Cumberland Iho former mlghlbe pleled at greatly less owing to Ihe fact hat It cross finvcr ami and therefore require less slvo grading vtidgeii lhat ruuningoTora country almost uniform1 ly and Ihe diilitice being the trip might bo madu on tho Tene ITaulo and Alton road In loss and thai running through a region of unsurpassed ferlillly andof great a mount uf way frelijMi and number way would than a road traversing a pnor nud sparsely popula ted reglnn Iho amountol through freights and number oflhroufth tvotiM be as grcjit as on other The speaker then related bow Louis was setlied n long while befnre Hie riv ers of the West began lo be floating propelled by as yet tho only craft of oiiy capacity which had aicendedlho Falher of waters was the keel or Mackinaw boat and how Iho ger drngqlng his boat against lie eurrerit o Iho mighty nnd finding It am moie vlulent as he approached nearer lo lh mint whero the wild and headlong MUsotu laving rolled fiercely down for rnllei and mingles Ills mountain slreatni will Ihe placid out o sheer at the snol where Loul low and there pitched his jus beoauin he cuuld go nn firlhcr pitched thriis arnund like a flight n bids slighting on a limb without concert b bow collection o wlgwamii and cabins thus hecaus Ihe spot on which they stood seemed to Ih eaily voyagersto be Iho bead pf keel boa by a cnmbnatinn of favorab hing which she but nreVes fellowleft out the dvottltement went dys repulatlon for leaching Mrftfl Wo are In favor of doing almorxiur iliuw men wo possibly tiling tat when a person who cuul vetboardlosate Ibe of a pooriviilob liom ho never seen b ornewliat J wife who loios berpali ot Lxpec to keep her tiusbandt IaitlogtQii t Heating thai the iculplpr iiiolher Arelheronolrinperanceia ietlesln liomef dowj he new spnper and raising lary hospital Val ils inesiigations on the palhplpglcaliana omy of From one hujidrtjjj ifty he frcqucfit f derangement of the central circulatory both fn Ihe primary and the following leiJons liofitfrequent Considerable illstt of Ihe Subserous Puiplo colored ti 4 Serous effusion Into the Fluid oondltlpn of Ibo T ad e has Any one wbo may Onil wilt lj wanlrf by loving It It rnAHcai8 which followed Hit vhlch clrcurnslancM becatte 111 jiii tss DKfcCHKIl5 Domestic IVi Iho mo or the jii worVs tnils ercrr for ssls by S1J   

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