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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 28, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                TUB is rOBUSHKD EyElllf r BY JOHN BAILHAOHE one square 00 not A llboral tollldion mailo to curly comer or Third anil rhIUlolphia i anil at his illrforent oinrcs In Ha nilllmore anil aulliorluO toTCcelvo Ailvertlsemants insertion tn nipan anitnlso to act us ourgonoral Asontln any milter our t Ki corner ornattimoroand Is our authorized Agent for tho Tdeirfann anil will receive anil forward advertisements Intenloil forlnsertlon well us nllcnd to any other business concerning this journal In tho above FncBcu liai Issued lili procla designating Monday the 81 h day of October Tar holding a sprclnlelecllon In tho counties ofGreene and in order lo Till lliovacancy In Ibe 23d Repre sentative District or occasioned by Ibe dcconio of lie ISAAC mill llio absence of Governor and M are announced In llio lait Groeno Ooimly Banner an Tor Iho 23Tlie Carrollton Gazelle stales during a very terrific thunder vdlted that place on Ihe night or Tuesday of hit the lioue of uas struck by and Ins Iheiislandlne In one of Iho was knocked and remained senseless Tor a but lias sinco No e rlous injury by Iho building Thesamo slorm visited this and wm allcniled by Ihe heavies rain TOO have wit nesaed tar some IIOIK and one from Iho Capo or Good and two boa from one of whloh Is S3 feel barpjusl arrived in Ihe United fend ffill doubtless soon obtain a residence ID some Is Haled that tho Cincinnati Art Union hai purchased Ihe exquisite statue of Ihe Greek sculptured by PowEns for New with the view of making It one of the prizes of the for the present j A more attractive one it gauld be difficult ti TOWNSHIP The following upon the subject of Township organization In this under the news is extracted from a recon number oT Ihe Illinois and com roonded altentlon of the No having seen tho net lo which reference am unable lo speak of the provi siom of Iho icctloiH not embraced In Ih But enough li said in what fallow ti show Ihe Importance of Ihe whloh will bo submitted lo Iho declaim o the freemen at Ihe approaching election and we hope Ihey will reflect se riously upon the and bo prepared I vole umlmlandlugly when the propcrtlin V Our readers mint bo aware lhat the quos lion of adopting the Township Organizalln will bo decided on atthe first election In each The vote will beTor or a gainst Towuihlp Tho statute on 31 pa ces anil Is divided Into 84 A Kitcliell has given n summary of its lead ing which This Is a mat Icr of great and the pcopleough 16 iinileriland its inerlis preparatory to proper vole upon Ihe n Ifthe majority vole In favor of Townshl old system Is to cease o lo penalties nnl Una II orders and iljrccllniin lo foico count of thi not ol Ihe vrlidomaud learning of over bil in arcoiliit of Hi or Ihe iplcnitdr nrits or gcnerdils h 0 II altered by a subipqiicnt On tho of Ton it i no ofv for mans liatlnturacdtlie caitlij Ihe Town to bo elected y Nopcrsnn Is eligible In TOM n of ice unlcssho has hern n residrltt of Iho itate no and of the own nne blU lo lake an on 111 office Any efusal lo servo when elected lo ftlce subjf cts be parly lo a IWrjf ex eptfor Pound mators ami Overseers ofihe in nhtoh Ihe penally for not ncccpllirH s 1 If any one an nlltce with lit InkJiie Ibe nalh nuutreil by hall be fined f Ihe Supervisor to and pay 0 all keep an account nf receipts nd prosecute and defend account wllh ho Justices of Ihe meet annually nilh all Ihe olher ipcrvlsorj Wo have reached the Olh ersons wishing lo make fully cquainlcd with this mollpr had better ex mine Ihe law at Our own opinion that tliecounties In a lluallon lo adopt new Hnl of oitrse ths people will voto just as they wliollier It bo for or against we shall be Valley Agricultural lulled monthly in Iho city of by au ngraved outline nf a raised by ofRidijo In Ibis sixteen and mca iirlng twelve inches and a half In circnm erencp and concludes a brief of MVesliouId Mieloknow whero lie man larger his from a citizen of is erfeclly although it might seem out of place in this Iho Peaoh spoken of is for equals any seen the present In uhich his kind of fruit baa not reached its usual But we know thai some of oven lar ger dimensions are occasionally raised In Mi neighborhood and 0110 ivas presented o two or Ihrco years and kept In our presen cd In spit for Ihe space ofa month or which measured nchen anil wciglieU eight ceu The Cnnnecllcul papers 0 August Iho only miinth of tho prcsenl year in whloh lhat purilnniif Ihe Union has not boen visited by some place1 tho and have boen injured said hat 1ilnco MCTTEHKIOII the eminent Austrian statesman who flei e London cu he breaking out oftlio instir recllfn In about one suffering much from softening of he and reduced to a stale Imbecility from owing to his advanced ngoj il I not likely he ever will samt calamity Is said lo have nNo befallen THO MAS Iho celebrated Irish poet bu has been denied by somo of hi personal who contend Ihal his physl cnl boal this nut very but that his mm lal faculllosreinnln a ooiinlerfell bill new plain of lh Tuesday in and Ihe hew I r then Upon avole in favor oforgan1 Sale Cpinniittionors are to be wish of heir Inhabitants If they doul agree ma toramlssloners nro lo name woiuacounly to bo named After lie report of the a town election Is lo heldj the on Iho flrsl Iiiesdaylu the plaoo of voting be 6iMlgnaled by he Olerk of the If Iho first vole of the connly shall be a Ihe question il lo be iltimlllcd again any general at tae option of be County or on Ihe Pjlillon of fifty and whenever adnp ed by a majority of Ibe of Ihe then to bo In effect on Ihe first such each Township as a bo ny sue and bo sued purchase and In llio id f revisions of tlio statutes on such ami proceedings by or against a lownihlnjo bo in llj meetings are Ip be held ii i in at eaeh p which here he eleoteil a nil a an Over or Ihe Ihree CummissioRrrs 01 two Justlcei 01 Ihe 6n Overseer nf Mch road and as many Pound mai O l The Assessors am im M of highway to vlilue Fence vleweri At the Town the voters areto how many pounds Ihey have In elect he Town In of defense of suiU o theTawii concerned lo 0 prosecute or defend incl and animalsilo determine whe mules i shall be cnmmlllrio would beg leave to ncclipy hoit space in your columns fur lhat pur The al Ihelr at 11 o ami being Joined by the RIM erhlU proceeded to the erlon where Ihe ladies being were escorted by Ihe two Division 0 the Grove prepared for our ho exercises commenced with prayer b Irolher of Bunker hill Divlslo nd readme Ihe Scripjuresby the fCarllnvlle ELVJIIA STAH hen presented the accompanied b he following tho Caillnvllle Division lio sons or I In bchalforaporlio 1 wllh hat 1 rotilil of tlia tallies of this ilac ireient to you this Book of Jicllovlng yo nslitullon to bo founded upon Its iljvlno and ho they Tear not rains and windi of pen but encourage you to go on tn your work end There have boon objecllons made to the presen iononhis on the around that you aro able my fur of wo arc well awaro at some say wo havo done this lo apo and make d show and Uut let us astute you lavo been actuated hy purer motives and I will do in tho justice lo believe Ihli hat wo malte you this altogether as a i nenlo of Iho high regard wo feel for your order the gnod It liai and must continue lo wt Your motto is fiom the divine and holy tea ngBof Hi May ever be Iho polar alar of your uuilt upon t you havo nothing lo fear from tho slorma of p tccullon that assail let them cpmo from w course they And no rcmalo of n mind will ever lalio a voice wl so many of Iho innocent and ore mai for Hiinivn Ho dcitioy mom nnln icJ niic domai f vi t Ltio wfiolc or our duty to anil our y to wlilcfi bifcffy summed tip in tho ten Imimilittontfli whlcli Owl owfi ami to Aom loji oC Lint 1 K coiitotm tho iirojthctlc dccliiratlonr tho ditctclit mtjn of concerning q to ucj nn1 tvlitch prtiVo tliatOlirist our Savluitrfi tlib the Son of Korls tills On iU sa pages ii written the histoiy of our bleated of MB Jiumblo and lowly of folfflncrltldnglirdflonittio inahgcrto night ami young child at until thai day jv lien near own or tbltetfuti liito Ho hU aiid woiidcrlng fol 1iU book U rcimrlcaMe for 111 Some font it are than four can old yet thoaisaultsof Itn ond oil thodovi or havo not been nlito to destroy one Dt or mar one single truth of tho whole It has ami ever will continue to Iho 10 unchangeable wont It contains a pcr t rule of ahd To believe Is chris nltyr to ho book pnd of upon could bo moro g and mora true than hcso lines of Itytoat Within his awful volume Themyalory of myiteilei Olil liajipiest Ihcyof liuhian To whom our Godhos given grnco To o to to To the It tLlii and fiirto the woyj Hut better had tlmy ntfcr been Wljo read to or lienr to g ts own Intrinsic merit a put it obovc oil This j Uliful anil highl tiniilicd volume is commondcd to regaiil this by s a the gift of love ond It comes m who ore endeared to us by llio tics of nature I of It li the olfciing Mt oufiugthers I of our wives and 11 Is nn nislaUcotile eviilunco pf I Iho evil with bo Oiletl con Cientbudy nnd ho clriso nho had ridden this circuit ddilrigIho pre vious j vv So I am to follow tn jour rootatepn1 appears was briefly How did you like Ihe circuit I am very well pleased to Not much encouragement in that an We cant all have the sood Some of us must lake our turn Hi the highways anil byuays of Iho I am not disposed vto I have taken up Iho to bear II to the if possible without a j Ai we all brother If you pass tho year on the circuit without a your faith and firmness will be I can asure It ill be mote than I great deal Ive been among sume pretty rough peo ple tn my 1 So havo he checked him self I will urejmllco your mind It would be They do as I as Ihey know ond Ihe bet cnn do no 1 members they made themselves In no way officious In regard lo Ihe preach pauiIng at Ihe door leading into llio lllllo allar or for a short and looking around Hlihanexptoi sloii of inquiry on ascendcdahe Nevrr Nancy itonl lioublc jour Islnllbo well Ill Itllil you Tor Alid so Oilell rnonnlei Ills unit nccouipniilcd Iho old woman Slio lived rather over a mile Tram Ihe meeUna inelre he Wai ablo This he Wai ablo Whatklnd of Is the new prcacb Ihe consrcgnllon joined Inquired Mrsl Martin of her slnalng wcnUITpielty Afler on hlsrelnrn from u au3 of lr approval the bnd cltbrts of Iho dy to which it is It is the oilbring of whoivas created the hclpmato of fonn though nmrc del irate maulilj endowed h purer and bettor f stronger nnd more cx to play a character irtho it iliania of she was mealed not lo but reward the toil and labor of manj to share hia plea to console hli troubled join liim in and exalt him in hU haifyinesa by her parllci anoV to ameliorate his gliel ami punctual fjithfullo purposes of their bestowed this ilk of hell apptoval Iho glorious ciiteriniuc in lich wo aro cngayodi Our cauao 1s tho causa of Our pnlir Iinstltuled to seeuio its liiambors agilnst tlio evils and to aid In caBcof aail to clcvuto their charattcia as Nor o and Iho praying and reading cllapier intiie Odell latjdown lo collect histhoughts for of lo bo ox teroporet ai all It usual If 16 sing an anthem during this pause or wherono singers are jet for some member to sing an appropriate lij In which Iho con gregallon Onlhls occasion all waa Alter Iho lapse of a few Odell and turning In tho lo the diopter here Ihe text from which he was lo was the verso lhat was lo form the around wdrki of his Before opening tho ho fbat he nas Ihe preacher who was to labor among them during tho ensuing and In Ihe Divine Pro that good both lo them and to him would result from the now spiritual relation about to be Then proceeding with his ho preached to oud ex horted them with great but without seeming lo make an Not an amen was heard from any part of Iho house not an eye grew moist not an audlblegroan or sijjh disturbed the No thing responded lojiii appeals but Iho echo of his own Never fiail tho preacher delivered a dlt lie seems like a very good sort of a f Tell the good rrplied OdeMtTccS 1 ling not lo know the J that I am so comfortable not Ihlnlc of changing f afler aunt Nancy hai been lojilnd it oInvite to her ari3 provide tit both me and my whcnjnosonielso look the least notice norseemed Sg aate whether I got the ihelter of i a mouthful of it would not be right for W me lo turn away fromher rhWe v comfortable place Is l M It wai In vain that Martin argued and Thepreacheri up lostay where he ho dldslay wllh aunt uolll ho next mojnlrig when afler praying with giving her bis ho started bnlifi u BI the end of four weekii Im sure 1 dont know I1 Dldyoit speak o him tY came away after Then you dldnt slay lo class Sister Russell was there of oourse No shes So I The preicher dldnt slay al her house last How do you know Wifllams called in i rhile you were Truly And Iho ignor and soldsh they the more need have they of Goipel nud the moro nilling should wo bo to bteak for them the bread of If our Master had not oven where to lay His II ill be cqineiiis jo murmur every natural good is not spread out before Inlhli Male of Odell went lo his new Hat lug deposited hn coiKlslliig of a and one In Iho Illlle village of with broth who bflVrcd Ihem a homo at there no minal bonrdy ho mounted Ills tiorVe and star ted for In on n three weeks touraninng tho members of Ihe ho during the next tiveU c Iu hnly 1 ho first preaching ptaco u as len miles dUlant and tho lllllo meeting house stood on Ihe road nearly a mile away from any and in au exceed course in which prencher he foil c 10 tittle was U K lonlcmplaled a iuel pnor district of ir of extermination upini aluihol an tits Bpfore leaving S Odell made the he nrntlon of Iho condition of tn il d the beginning uf a now era m and happineis of the whole human family for Is no nalilm or s havo paiti and Us friends ulill iliclpate speedy and gtorirtuifullltlmcnt ofthulr out satiguinu exieclallon Hilherlo our Buuicstcs hnvo outtlrippcd our moat dent notwithstanding onpoaitiuu of a rare and icxpectGd II was not exlicctcd that thifl ctoiy would bo tvon tvitliont formidable ojipof ro looked for opposition from Iho runiBcllcr and his the the anil Iho vl 1 did nnt look for it from thns4 hilhcrtncalled Iheiniolvcs the of mpcnnco nnd Ihofilenila of nd tils hot roliglon by such we l pnso tho i Jo tlio ci rmna 3liust icon in tn ond thiough tho TliPFC may tint Bui rallior ilipy aro tnatoui unit 1 awfully fear lat thvy aro in that Is dulusjon to id miytio thu cuuiu uf ruin to It ia on ctou n table cmong tlio fuir nnd Iho gan Tlmt woman should op lliot slic should desjilso tho i hy which that Bltoihoutl so tho licst inlfrcstsof her or seek to turn tho current that bears upon its uoinmi d liapjilncss to those countless families Into whoso Ulit Iho Jloml nlcmitorancc has mailo his Bliaiigcj tis passing strange and yet Mis May iclrcyus he and they Iraco hack thoiratcps y tho light of real on and tho exueriento of tho ut I have IroajiaiiLil too long upon your nd in olicdionco to the orders of those ty whoso voice J J again ur obligations br tho book you have just iircscntctl 10 ur Division and IIPJ that when you return tn your you will aniiro llicni of Iho profoundly otpectful feclliig wllh which thulr ollcrlng has hcon iLclvLd and pludga to as I now do to that shall ho preserved tn our midst with a grateful ro icmbrnncc of tlw kind that it shall bo rcgu oily used In our private nicctingij its truths res cd for the salto of their author and hy tlio graco of I lint word it we will endeavor to observe s precepts ami thum In rcgululo our Intcicoursa vila tho world ond ondi To Brother m Chaplain of this Diyi 1 now commit this fiiokof and to your uccoasori in this alrallwo mainly look for ho redefinition of ho pledge which t have Just given to hose from whom it has been The meeting was also tuliUcssed by Bro hem or and if Biinkf After the Division proceeded ID their and ad Iniinliies of the in regard lo thp route he o nud the people M horn hi As to the made salhfnclory but tho account civen of Ibo people was not encouraging iu a very high 1 he fact sajs Ihe rather its my iliinl deserve to have he preached among To the preacher very na irilly and said that ho was not sent to call Iho righteous but sinners 1 Whnre will I slop tpnighl he It was Saturday nml on Sunday morning ho was to preach at liU fiist op soiil the slowlyand I yonwhole you ought lo stop I know lhat you will ho so welcome there ns nt n poorer places llrolhnr Martin is heller ablo to en torlBlirlhe than any one else in lhat eecllan but 1 has never invited them home and Ihey havo generally gone house of a good widow inily nitmed whose barrel of mea and cruise of oil deceives never tn She Is about the only ical chrUtlan among brother Martin a farmei Ye and tolerably off but how ho ever expects to get Ills Innd uftol into is more than I can Yon muint bo Ing there prettytjfalt alteiftlanee al bothlook the minister homo wlthhlhii Ever since lhat Iho preachers been cnlerttlned al his V 1 salil I know QurueiU Elowover you must Seo and jodfic for I think you beller pn tulho house ofsUlvr who will welcome you with nil her nml give you Ihe best she And I want no snfd the After getliiiK precise direction fur finding Mcr he started on his It wns nearly five and ho innde his calculation to reach sister Itufscllii by so whorehe wouldTemaln all and no with her to the preaching place on Sunday Ho had been huff From But the truth Is Ills words camo back upon his ears with a kind of dull ni If Ihe hearts of his hearers were of co Instead of Before singing Ihe last Odell gave out that at Iho conclusion of tho ser vice he would hold a olass After he bad finally pronounced the benediction there was a prclly general movement to wards Iho Only seven and these were all female members most of well advanced In Ibclr life Martin was at but ere the preacher had deicended Iho pulpit ho was out of the bouso and prepar ing In leave for Where is the new preacher giing ask ed a member of as ho led out his To sister I Sister Russell is uol Isnt she Shes He stajcd last I and wiy go Martin sprang his horse Us hei said We ought to beiuro of remarked the I canl invite him said If I do I thai have him the whole and that Is not The preachers hai o always slaj ed at shier Rus sells and there is no reason why Ihey shouldut continue lo do I havnt n corner lo put him replied Ihe preachers aie loo nice for Its all nn said ai ho balanced himself In his saddle nil Ho stayed at slsler Russells lait ami will gojbackand slay there until to morrow Get Tninl wllh this selfsatisfying remark the farmer rbdo Tho man with whom he had been was liko a andlike him lo attend in order to shift on upon some one else Iho of enlorlalulng the now preacher Tor whoever firsl tendered him Iho hospitalities of his anil probably have to dn through llio rode and left others see that tho preacher was duly cared Ah icy colilnoss pervaded Ilia class meet Only four out of Iho seven ph of whom was an old black oonld muster up courage tn in an swer lo Iho preachers Iho dealing1 of Prnvldiiico wllh their souls and only two of them could effect ah utterance loud er than a What Ihey did say had In It but lllllo coherence and Odell bad lo content himself with an exlioitallon lo Sho has just been lo sister And Iho new preacher dldnt stay at her house last night Williams asked Ho must have ridden on from this Im most sotry I didnt wait and ask him to come homo and stay wllh uiP How many staid al class Not over half a and they wero all I loft Bill Taylor and Harry Ches tor nailing oulsido for their Thoy wouldnl ask him No and if Ihey 1 should bo lorry to havo him go I wish 1 had stayed In and invited him it cant bo hel ped now ajid Ihere is ilo use fretting over Soon after dinner and tlio farmer sal down with his family to a lablo loaded Hllh good and substantial Ho ond enjoyed himself Iho not as highly as he would have had lint thoughts of the new preacher intruded After Mattin took a comfortable which lasted about an hour he then went out and look a little walk to While standing at Ihe which opened from his farm on the country road a few hundred yards from his a man who lived half a mile below came This man was not a member of any and took some at In having his jest nllli professors of Flno laid IT U When some tregloal act hai been perform or a great amount olevll Itll very a well ai inquiry Who did Uf nho hai perpetrated Ihe horrid deed And when Ihe fact il not only the principal but all nho havo been knowingly as being proportionately responsible evil May It not be to In stitute the momentous for each one lo answer Who for Ihe evjls resulting from the legalized sale ot inloxl eating liquors as Iho man Very How Quito Any news stirring Very How aro you all yOniy they the Methodists about here have atrjolnct Iho Amalgamation Whosajsio inquired slightly they PU It down our I bought it was only a joko at Jlut a little while after same over to iny house for oats and for your ministers Heiaidtbe preachers going to itop nt the old mails niter I half doubtedlho rascals though I let him have the ng All admit bat It li doing a great It tends Us twenty or Ihou to a drunkards naviftii of sides all Its untold misery n to that number ohthe Ihere Is BO much evil B mighty weight of responsibility must rest on looie And believed If fairly ferreted the sin will bo found at more doori thiux T o For illustration laTto a single ease anu Ihere have been many A man1 goes to the tavern andgeli length comes so that the landlord can endure it uo and turns him out of Ills Thus deprivedof reason1 maddened with he goes home a furf and in a HI of frenzy loltts the life of his bosom Here sau awful crime and a mighty of responsibility Let us lake Ihe back and to III proper criminality of he drunken hUBJrtind wantonly destroyed Ihe life of one bad solemnly vowed lo and at r But Is IbU Iho beginning and end of reipon slbility resptclinR the tho New Vork KATE The Meihodist Circuit PieachcrU in the way of seeing human nature In many inre and curious Under Ing the whole of these Slates aro divided In district and The oonforence usually embraces n Iho district a certain division of Ihe Stale or ami Ihe circuit a por lion of he To every circuit Is signed a who U expected to pro vide with and his duty is lo pass round his circuit at ed through the and meet the tn of the chutch al the various places of worship established within tho Every ho attends Ihe annual confer ence of at which one of the bishops and i liahlu lo be aligned a new In thu selection of as general he no the They u a Sfneral e nociioiceiue o 8nl pray tor whllo oj making aU the Aud o your fellmv aro Injlns tip br yourselves a I ream re in where innth nor rust can nor thlovcs break Ihioujh and Brother on behalf of the replied as follows In the name ana behalf of this I accept this hcautifill copy of tho Holy for yourself nd you havo And he I eslccm It no comuion honor lo hivo been sentrom amonit my IpeKpresi In their nanifl d bvhair thtlr slnccta lhanlts for Ihe rcpialeil evi dcnccs your eiteem and contUhince to llisbull cd to our Kit but twodoys Ihal you rauieil tolw prcacnl ir elegantly wrought term afler term he goes lo a new among slraugern bofum any strong menl can be the relailoui between him and his people me end ho be as it life hundreds of miles away may from any former field of To a single this system is one Invoking great self denial and lacrlfice hut lo a man having a the sclfdeni al and naciifico aisumo often a painful Iu Ibnso Ihal embrace wrallhy nud popular sections of Iho Ihe an hour on bejoro heavy ne of deep blue clouds ppiead rnnldty over the ere ho had accomplished half the dUtBuca ho was golngt of rnin began to as Ihe beginning of a heavy The preacher waa constrain ed to turn aside and seek the nhvlternf a farmhonsej he ivas received with Nightfall brought no abatement of the The lightning still blazed out In broad masses of fire the thunder jarred and rattled amid Iho clouds like parks of artille and Ihe rain continued to pour Tho Invitation to remain all which tho farmer hU wife ten dered in all waj of ollued by Iho n he after being served with a plentiful Odell rretutned his warmest thanks fur Iho kludnciis ho had ro and proceeded on his He It ad flvo mites to ride but it was only half pact eight oclock when lie and as Iho hour fpr preaching wap ihcio wan plenty of time for him lo proceed al his loU staler Russell lived neatly a mile axvay frnm a direct he did not turn a tide to call upon but went on to the Iho little Odell found a small company of men assembled In front of tho humble who looked at him a it it with something of a shynvis In their ni ho rodo up and No one offeringto take his he led him aside to n little grove and tied Ihe to a Ono or two nf tho mrn nodded distantly as ha passed thorn on thp wiy to the meeting house doorj but none of thempuke to On enlLiins the meeting fnjindsomo Ihitty persons tnoat of them If Ihero wero any otllcl ofa general lather Ihnti a particular When Iho hymn was sung at Ihe only one thin whispering voice joined iu Ihe SOUR of and tint a nob or uleh was heard In response hln The olBfli paper showed tho names of thir ty members j but hero were only seven t This was lather discouraging for a com Odell hardly know what course o whether loatirnp with some pretly atmrp remarks Iho lltllp ol believers who were and thus seek to Imprest the whole through them or to wait until he came round and have a ood chance at them from tho He in the that Iho last course might bo llio best In calling over the names of the class pa he found Ihatslster Russell was QbtenI On dismissing the nil except the ilil black woman She to get a shako hands with thu new and to show him if she wan her tooth wero and her eyes white Sure cnoupitfBB 1 cnrce along just who fhould 1 but the preacher sitting fore the door of old mint Nancys log much at home as If his were the col or of These are rather queer friend Mailin I tlont kuow what the folks II will nnt pause to describe the tslitnoiit nud confusion of nn learn ing buthe went down to nunt whero after dining on pork audihomr with thoaddition of potatoes and corn eilllnp In ah before Ihe tog cabin nf ho oh Tho latter was HH oboe in jirepniatlon of Cor the preachers supper that slio thpught would be moro suited to his in oil u living and than corn and Odell was rather more inclined lo fee amused than annoyed at tils now Aunt Nancys dinner had tasted very had been sweetened rather than spoiled by the old loquacious kindness and olllclous what she had to set before him woujil not bo While he Ihua sat aubject of his thoughts U of no pattloular oonsequence to bo attention wat arrested by healing aunt Nancy Kiel hero comes maasa Tho preacher turned his head nnd saw ft man approachlngwlth the decided and ratti er quick step of one who bad something on his Is that brother Martin askftd calling o nunt who was near Ihe winduwofher please Wonder wot he here soon the Ihe man deprived of hli reasont would not have done But bow earn man drunk Ho went to Ibe tavern an landlord sold him Ihe intoxicating though well knowing Ibe habits of the mai and even while leelng be eflecllIt WBSU producing upon until be became 10 out rageous that he could bear wllh him no gor then he thrnsll him oullnto the street and sends htm to his helpless family devoid of reason and full of wrath Just In a condition for the perpetration of any irnetra Is there no responsibility resting on landlord But dues ft stop here Why be had n llio Lcgfilalois bad pasicd a law fflvjiiff any man who obtained a license i full libeily to dealout the notwithstanding the veilknown and pread evils resulting Are they free froin rc8ponalbility But does Jt stop evtin oaroati this man by his llceniie f The board of else It o pan thby their hands In P t But have wo even end oi reBpohsibility Who put these men In or gave them nultiority to mako such a law or grant such license mber ofcoramuDHy li not this a fair in caieof of rcsporislrJilty by its nvr ivc ind On emerging Into Iho open saw the last oflil flock utowly im from the scene of For two of Iho women their huibandi had walled outside of the meeting they bad token Into their wagons two other women who liver Tboso wagons were already in motion when the preacher came followed by tho old black It now had the key of Ibe mooting house which ihe Thou you aro tho remar ked wllh a I keeps do 1 Nancy who bad alrea dy made up bis mind what ho would Im going home In dinner with you I massa Old Nancy looked al much surpitsed as a startled You ieo theyve all gone and left and I feol Youll give me some of your dinner Yosi please God 1 Ill give you all of it Hi only nnrk and Very good it will be all tho sweeter ber I am weloomei1 and yon Is five hundred limes overt llil ft was a down right shame for all thu while folks to go 1 never seed such peopli composing himself In bis In n few the looking sadly flustered arrived at the door of the old negtns humble kept bis seat uilhaii air nfonllre selfpossesslonnnd and looked at the new comer as be would have done a any other the new preacher on thia circuit said In a respectful man as he advanced towards the replied without rising r evincing any surprise at the I am very sorry sir I began tin in a troubled Hint you should bave biten so badly neglected as you wen o I had no I never once the preachers have always siahlatsiater I took tlfor gran ted lhat you were To think you should no have been Invtted home by any I am mortified to eturned Ibo smiling it is not no bad as Our good old tendered me the which i very kin illy ten hospitalities of her humble h accepted No one could have given me a warmer Matter hmw anil tht bloodstained tteps Hi iou And have not ai rent ofblood flowing from Ihe mangled bo dy crimsoning the drunken ping from the skirls of tho landlord sprink ling the doori of the legislative halUistaini the hands of the Board of Excise and finally jelling out over and fal ling in coagulated drops on evot ry member of it who voles for and for such a Board ofExcise i Is It not obvious that a proportionable sponslblllly for all the evils resulting from Ihelioeniedsale of Intoxicating Is resting on all those above mentioned causa he evils can be preventedat either of Ihoso points which has been riatuedr landlord can refrain from lolling not wUbitanding his license the Board of Ex die can withhold granting a license the lavr allows II does not require It tbplftglsla lure can abolish the license law communi ty can withhold their votes from those mem beta who will make such a or inch Aro Ihey not all then re iponsible for perpetuating those evils they could lo prevent And is not ajust and righteous God fay ing to rumselllng skills is found the blood of the poor Innoi cents I have not found It by secret but upon all The voice of thy broth ers blood criclb unlo me from1 dfwnfcf ardigravtt from your fiom youri legttlalive hallsl from your Hoards ofKftiiel T from your BALLOT BOXES And It not be a fearful cry to those against it appeals lo heavenl from Iho legalized sale of Intoxicating li known o all and felt by many The remedy Is In Ihe hnndi of eyery voter iu Dry up the and Ihe streams will ceaso to each individual but fee bli own reiponsUi billty and meet Iho will be done but let no one complain of or mnutii over the evils of intempfranoei Then and j of the air have hut the Son of AltinhHthno where to Iny his The nervant must nut seek to be greater III an bin my dear my bouio is a far more suitable mid onngeniHl homo for you urged disOessod brother tnum go there at wife Is louibly hurtj about ho She would have come Snow to wuvc suloiy A aisorledsizeaijustroctd ami forJ irfifiiiJ few supply of these IkiwivVory and well llniihedi juit Ill ISAAC   

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