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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 5, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                flXitt bfjan to Dp t received snchn jerki ipy nearly and onibracb n oatidlonas lighted In the ani W lain editions or until a recont nlghed a horjMrengih lo Common In pieneullng to school of mil ono or two other Inlereallng andA Fnaaged In the he elder was onthe j voloeMM lookrd lot her IrYrhe nentsho hail nlmput ocrjujiled but she wasnbt strength being M Ihcrej nndthehrind I had w lotto is Iliucd or anil should nW so raslty our you did not nlerjngjthp as o e In tho or moinboror Wend or the Epls ls artd praclical vllallmpormlt siion nnlnilbcrctionnsld nmko her miohls f9 wff In than any former cannot refrain from their particular attention to tho important duty uhioh itiap plication Imposes Upon every m i loUlrig hTj bllllj how sorts hahd art urfusa ate you this the 12lh had rmsicd l lailj1 directed that should nndlhe vlnportanl oaso in the courl of was settled lolhe sat isfaction Oholt MaryVUmo no she being xl waul to talk wllhyou species of thai is thus relalbd Tired ofirioral IheoldQuaker stelrig the property IrTilLpMo pass gradu ally and effectlfcly Into the hands of a third pono tght of this large piece pflco ctTnlil not Up came doggedly up to his tnaslot1 and lung his head In token of humble 13 FmDASnAT BY JOHN oo 1 Fdrcacli A liberal deduction rnndo to yearly 1 itLMlmitcrisby rnall may bo made at Ihe rlslc of f n corherbr Thlril and CHaimitits Plilli Iclnhla t mil nt Mi dillercnt ofllcos H Now Dalttmorc and authorized to recotvo Advertisements Intended for Intqrllon In thli piparfand olio to act II oiirgeneral Agontln on miller connocto 1 with our corner of Is our oulliorlied Agent for the Tdlegnuthl ami will rocolve anil rorwardadvcrllaements Intanlod tot Ihscrlkm as nllonu to sny olhef business concerning this journal In tbo stove The Journal Ihe 20thr del ersifromtlho different rownd Ihls siile of Jacksonville frequently aro from five to on the allhough mail in about twenty four we a screw somewhere ohMrfo route but where the evil lies we cannot n learn from theJaslBcltovllle pa pers that the citizens of hat flourishing town have raised tho funds necessary ifer the establishment there of a Telegraphle which Will go Into operation Imme It will be located in Ihoupperpart ufiho i opal Clmrcji In Ilili Ennrt A not pamphlot or 14 pa bearing the above It now before cofi alns Ah Minn itoltvortd bislbrtf the and students or MasonlS Mo on Commencement July by Aillel D Pmloent o ml publiihol Tbls Address Is rull or mitjernellivoilhyihe Serious iltonlton and cspoililly or ate jiisl en eriDgonfhOBlagotfthumauacuon n tSe subject oti loc um reconlly aellvcriSl by or Dppor Altonllwhlohhis made luvanpoapnco bere fi ts losbow A weighing 1800 wai exhibited at an Agricullural Fair recently held In Aslilabnla It was mailo In Iho dairy ofJAMES anil attracted much new plate of the Stale Bank of have recently made their The bill which has been counterfeited li Hint u lias for Us vignette a male and female flguro support ing a That which U spurious may be readily detected by the coarseness of the compared with that of the gen and Iho greater whiteness of the pa by tho appointment or partake Commu nion or His It very ably suslnlnsiho views of ho author unon the question presented and may u reail ptonublyby Christians or all tnc Cdlro Wo loarn rrom Jhe last bor or Hits that publication has ceasedthe Editor ami proprietor SandofsJ Eiq having purchased tho establishment or the of whlcti bo will tako possession Inn with the ilelormlnatlon or making It ono or tho best papers In Iho Booster Ills return Into tho Wblg ranks TsihlghlyigratlTylng to ami our best wishes attend him In bis new sphere or TAe llllnoti largo am hanileomo pa bearing tho obovo has mrnle Its opnearonco on our just Its second vol halls Trom McLean IS llahcil by James Editor and and aside from Us with which wo cannot sympa considered a valuable and Interesting Its contentsuVrd good cvldenco of tho of the nourishing town rrom which It Is JJIt jssald that President of has seijt an agent to to purchase a steamerand schooner ibr the service of tho Liberia tip pear to be rapidly increailog In population and bids fair soon to become a very reipeclable Chicago correspondent of tho Stule Register furnishes a tabular statement cftho Imports and exports of tho past which snips up as follow viz G39 333 excess of exports over et Chicago 1 destined to become a great commercial and no and his damagesfroin the Berkshire Mass Railroad on account of Injuries smlajnod by them some llmo since while crossing the Railroad lalo London paper stages that two ladles of Ihe name of and TOO MANY There Is but one Troy Illi nois and that is on Section Township 3 Range 7 in Madison on the daily mail route from to Torre It that thero is a Postofiice inFullon called Troy and one In La Salle called Troy People are apt to think or a Troy be far Lfilterscvldently inteilded for persons residing Qt Troy have for so veral years pisfi received occasionally at Troy iIn consequence of having been directed to Trevi It also appears that thco Is n Troy in Henry and oie of Ihe slan ding correspondents of the Prairie dales hiseijsays at that Letters in tended for find their way to Troy Post It would difficulty If every letterwriter would me tho official qamo of his Post flco In tho dato of his letter In the su place tho name of Ihe Post office to which ho desires to send Ihe In the next line below Iho of he person written To direct a letler o Fullon or vlollenry does notalwayi pro vent It from coming to Troy Post orHcOt There Is only onoPost offico of a namo jn any one Slate or Torrttory knowing ihH Ihe Post matcr at Post offices seldom wrile Iho name of Ibo county upon tho Too many blunders are committed by even when letters are direct ed fn a plain and preciie a manner as pos adjourned op li school inn mreuicu umv ri rum effect fromand after Ihe of that II shohld go Inlo operation on thatilS 009 copies were IP bo printed and when ho Superiiitehdent on the 25lh of presenting to ricUQol oflloers and n newuiohooHaw not reasonable to suppose Ihatlhe number of cojilei lo which Madison opunly Is entitled ivould be shortly forth coming this months and eight days afjer tho adjournment of the Lerflsleturcty only Jiftetn copies of tlie new school law1 have reached thin came by mall and were received on Ihe Olh 1840 Ourschool Commlisionor has wrlttenvtwfco to the Secretary for additional but has received no The public printer was to print cp and Ihp Secretary of Slate was lo dls rlbuto them among the several counties ao cordlngle By Ihe census of 1815 population Illinois was hat of Madison Instead of 6 county should have received ipwards of and nstcad of being without hem on Ihe 20th I can see no ixcuseifor the fallurotohave ed through the Slate beferp of B In Madisoncounty 24 03 school and 05 schools In wo may say lhat 893 copies of the school law are for Ihe school 1 township supenn of school say 393 But why not supply every sends a child to with a copy of the schppl law Iho expense woiild ho compared with benefit to derived from Flndlqg cop of Ihe school law could be I applied at the Clerk1 for a copy of Ihe lam of Ihe last ses slon of our for tho use of a nclghborlngjiistice of Iho who had authorized me to obtain it for Hero I learned that one and onl of the laws of the last had been received at Ihe Clerics ofllce and I am uncertain Ing the Pltlmana uOn nVtf Marriage Marriage echoed old very ilng Iwanted lo talk wllh you thing I Nol i But youve no notion ortaklng I by JitpiterP I am gled of exclaimed You my boyyaud a vlfe will tend to tamo J And you are rather and a companion will serve to sober young with a In But tell about s i Jj i And you nlll ell me about yoarr I 1 Old Juhn stroked hl beard In i thought nl then looked up with its Belvldcro Re speaking of the Improvement and business of that sayat Private residence arc going up all Inoil of which will be beaulilul and nent1 Bnsjdes two largo store houses aro nearlycompleted rjlielor Ma Ihe oilier for Messrs Magher Blrge latter would be no discredit to an older or to more rlcnocd In Iho was mercnntllo or oil arebusyj we that goods can be bought and articles mannfao lured on as reasonable terms as In an coun try village In tho ho continued with in huinblecircumslanecsj having bedfi left a legacy of forty thousand pounds by a near aro both become in consequence of his unexpected or rather It that mon in very many Is the root of all JUrThe Secretary of Ihe Grand Lodge of tho order of Odd Fellows In Ihe In arrpoit presented at Iho recent session of that body In makes Iho following exhibitor Its present viz Subordinate contributing revenue of Subordinate 889 3 amoimls paid for education of orphans This shows the order lo be In a flourishing coo p whether thii came from Ihe Seorelary of or was procured by private enter j I 11 i Great embarrassment and manyiirrcgu larjties prevail for want of the school and I should like to havo ask the SefiretaryVSuperfntendent to Issue another informing u how wo ere lo carry tho new school law Inlo effect knowing somclhine about its A SCHOOL T reader will remember that It was statod tiiour last received 300 collies of tho neiv School but our corrospotulont waa not awaro or it when his cornmun Icatlon penned no 11 u the first I must tell you that m intended is rather young fqr There wo aro said the other with a 1 But my lady is Iho prettiest creature in JH fc i I am sure mine would an excen 1 Keriy Is slie1 Enchantiiipl Soisrnlnel But mine has one is II She Is near Strange coincidence I havo noticed Iho same defect in my intended And mine is perhaps a little too 1 So ti mine And n little too Mine Is I am vastly fond of tall there wn a pause in the when old John remarked to young with asad ami something lllie a live i i t 1 I pon my And so havo I In a oung although I nave seen is jaid to be quileonp MY FIRST j nv r There are probably but fen among us la sny nolhlngof Iho woaicti1 not some rccollcolloii of a school boy Tor my part I frankly confess I am not of that tho mem ory of the llmo when I ncd loi study at nights that I might dovote tho tchonl tours and to Innocent such as playing fox and and tick acka behind Ihe teachers and sliding down anapning the and ilajhiR ball during the Iho memory of that I say N as sociated the reminiscence of n boyish Ivhad my and I was as devoted to her as ever Bjronwas lo I was her her servant and her We went together to get ground to pick beech and tn dig sassafras roots in Ihe 11 used lo gnifor water whcnshc no anil to bold her bonnet when she wished lo crawl through holes In the I was with her whether it was hoh pleasure to see lo jump the or lo wander across the i During Iho school hours I u m nol loss tentlve to my thinking her when f ha to born thinking sftny and vvhen I should hove been vrlt thee has been bad a Very bad bo and thy ha nil patience wit than Jnsiahlcnltoro all unruly lads like Ihco go tof whined the Nol never heard of thebad wru tho I have heard that bad boys go to J dow to Ihot dark dungeon where they get tho brimstone That is the continued thi In n solomti there I musl as if on Tho August number oC this enceltont American modo its appearance upon our tablo a fow days U con tains the usual variety of ably written unong irtilcli Is i very Interesting ono on Lynch re cant Expedition lo tliif river Jordan and Iho Dead Spa and commends ilsoir to toorablq consideration or intelligent readers on both or the This reHew Is re aflerlls reception tn tba In slylo as tbo by Leonard Scoll 70 Now York Tntel Several years a letter Iqclos ing Iho right hand halves of two bank notcsj was mailed at O to C Madison It was three months on Iho and dldhot arrive till the assistant Postmaster at had sent circulars in relation to It to all the Troy and Troy inlhe Weilerncoulllry It came at length being forwarded Wisconsin On of August I receiver a letter malUd at Berlin April Same wisePodmaster or Post masters of the illako Hllty had marked out Ihe word II and written with his It was started back on tho i Several years received a letter from in one month distance 17 It was forwarded from Onthc31st Marqh I received a letter mailed at III on the 13th days on Ihe wa II was forwarded from Mhsourll But how came It there The Postmaster at Macomb assured my correspondent that he nodoubt sent the to Louis received tho October1 rstind most popular or American ma twines on tho S5lh ol Septemberseveral days In ad vance or any other monthlj ills embellished no less than Moon duTment several ofwhlcli excellence and beaulyi the lllo t matter is unusually Interesting and Lid is Book Is edited by Mrah Grace Louis Esqg and by latter In Iho city or Phlladelphlu Three Dollars a ircsrcw Tho shth number or the second yolumo or this excellent work has justrdund to Qut Uiwards omny or Us pages sro by on article In relation to tho great project Wa Ilillivsy from of ho frpra llw pen displays mucli ability and researchi end will J1 with deep taterestv Yestern Journal con aM iiublisiied by Tarver and n iflISi Loiilsl nt tho snnual distributing Post that was his go neral But If our letters are mis sent to we have the conso lation of knowing lhat letters for that place are sometimes miiseift In Some time last Spring I was shown a letter postmarked directed to a icrson In II came to Troy accompanied by a Louis post Some three years I was assured that nlno letters in one with a Saint Louis camo lo man may be very and do very well In some other and yel not possess thoso qualities and acquirement which are indispensable In a Post master at a distributing In view of the im rnense nubllo mischief which an Incompe tent man In such an may he might lo resign hit office as soon as he finds that ho Is incapablo of performing Us duties with pirAnLES I sea thco silll I v RcmiimbranceTalthrul jo Ihee beauty friwt Thoucomcst in the morning Thouit withiiie through tho gloomy hght In dreams I meet tfico as or Then thy sort arms my neck onroldt And thy sweet voice is In my can Iaoery scene tp mcinnr I seo theo stltH I sei then still I Tn every hallowed token rnunih Hill little ring thy linger This Jock of hnlr thy rurchead This silken chain by thee was braided These withcrert now like thou didst for me This boolr was Ihoii didst This picture bore I tee then still I I seo thee al III f Here was thy summer noons Tills was thy riivorlto liraside Tills was thy chanuior ivhero each ilayy 1 sat am watched thy sad decay Here on this bed limn last Here on Ibis pillow limn tlldlt die I Dark hour onco moroits woes As when 1 saw Ihco pale nmt cohli I see thcostllU I lee tliee still I Thou art hot In tho tnmb confined Death cannot claim Ilie Immortal close iw its sacred Vet goodness lies riotln thodustl 0 belovedl tis not llcneath tin colllns lid I scci llmu to n Talrcr land art gone There let rue hope my journey To sen time still I I nas ending billet doux to her acros Iho tchool or keeping a tender cohcspondcnce w ith hrr on slalei Of my first attemptat poelry cpusis And mine old good looking I am very who has tho impudence Id dispute my claim to the hand of my fair t But I dont fear my Nor I My Intended laughs at Iho young mineI despises Ihe super annuated I congratulate And ou havo my The name of your rival1 I of Verses lo J ho teachers sometimes used i takp or Loal or O j Get thy hntj Ihy hat and coma I can hear no words from the bay got his hat and followed the Qua ker to the Railroad whcro they took Ilio cars Iho negro sot In sullen half tearing and half doubt lug tho old mans On flow he cars nl n rate boy never had rnde bo1 fore the onglnoj snorting and puffing not nliko Mhat his imagination hod pictured 10 chief of Iho infernal and fences seemed lo fly n and uiforo Ihe cars reached Ihe poor Indithead was and he scared know whether ho was clng up or Furious ns ho came ho train donn Atlantic horses snorted and dashed aMay frnrn Ihe iraln In frlghtj Ihe bo and and poor Josh looked as if he bought ho was on his May to Iho land ol Ihe engine 6 hose horrible ivltistlerthat echoed throtigl the nun1 tho engine plugged Int the tunnel said Amln and he suddenly stepped from Ills sent to Iho platform ptitildellte A screech n n stifled was heard ng dlitrtol at havoJalwaysjfecjj ThOjClitinney fcrtinstancef s endeared to thp heart frpm thp earHeshtifr ho latest hours of corner cupboard WhntilnroS of sweet it contained for 0 luxuries have groaned in hood A snug corner In a cr to iiietfiiihitigK wonVans hcatl Orico got srorjn fommnnd tho entire d r corner In the temple bf fomejAtrvo nkt and you become word of camion1 to said by n goml rialurcd yiiung men who hang arniind tho corners our very often aidlflVont corner when they grow that ilio surely at ilio Vhlgpaperwas last week taken ailed ou his ratio pape Is thoiE the saino village paper for jprte Buffalo I Whether Ibis It might bo For nbtWtllisfpni he frequent Vt htch tithe brought to the an instinctive and good fellowship about th to tho very extreme ef coui sickness previ itlieccllnncoiig Ohl he is one of our Ills name is Strange my rival has the honor to bear that tout Is Smllh cut Smith this time all a roundl w Exactly wnen ilojmi get lhat question is notdeclded yet In my Nor In mine But I shall slop off as soon as my charm ng Mary MaryAnne Thats Ihe And Its the name of my tec Mary Ann Brown Mary Anne d daughterof Isaao Brown The Is my Intended by Judas she is mine And John George and John George uuked at each other as if they weto the vor last of the ous family of and Hlshcd lo exter minate each You are a fellow1 exclaim ed old Johnt frowning as he noverfrowned before in his you not retorted young I should call you a silly old sure Ishbuld1 But you are to blamevj I am not You designed winning he affections of o let us go out doorit and during Iho ploasan either because they believed u when we assorted wo couT3 les sen quicker lu the open li mor because they were anxious to gel as many of Ihe ndlsy ones ar possible out of Ihe At any Ihoy lo permit Ihe Inn or Ijuee In Intake their book and sll oil he grais gn one side nf Ihe school and Iho boj lo cnji the same privilege on Ihe II I noedles 10 the gills and boys had an unno connlabio yratuing todlobe Iho and gel and on such occa I nas always to be found on Iho wrong sido of tho school chatting to tny Thai I loved my Mary with all Ihe aril purliy ofnhichlho joung and untaught hrnrl Is Is roj tlnceie and I have not a doubt but lhat she reciprocated my But she was Iho September number of this It Is by correct likenesses or two dlstlnsulshoJ Ws the late illuslilous Pnsldeal br the brier accounts or thtlr Illo anil wslJes Interesting work Is Tiiwlerj wj publlsbed bj oao IWiw rThe ninth numter and Meisingers Sectional Map of new edition of this valuable all Ihe recent civil dlvis It i would meet wlili a speedy Studeiils in Geography should first the geography of their own Stile and learn It Tq do It rcqulille that they should be supplied with the above named or some plhor Map on A similar Qngroflty of Public hot know lhalany teacher of our common schools evetflltfippled to leaoh Mt pu pils hnw the VVesleru been vided Into half qiiarler half quarter sec aqd secliuini Iho difTemit sections in township lie In lion lii Qiheri or where fractional er usually know edge is very necessary to people lid in my II should be in our schools and IDISPUTED PROPERTY i SJIITU John George Is a man about fortyfive yean of veiy red fa very very and ve ry good John George is a man who has seen about half the number of murs which contributed to ripen his highly respectable ho is bandsoine blooded and John Georgo and John George are the only remaining of a parlicular family of The old man is a widow er the young man is a The for mer and the latter Ufoitunale enough to havo tho gdodwill of his worthy progen OU Smith Is proud of his and young Suiilh is fathers piirsvl If old John took pleasure In accu mulating a handsome It can bn said without fear of hat yputig at the liine present took no less pleasure in speiidjrig wbal his faiher had iBolh these personages were great favor ites with the fair creatures ed the father for his qillet litiinpr aiid unri valed atid the SPII for his spark ling why pleasing and handsome 11 may John Juii had cause Jicniiently tp be jerjlqin pf each other in consequence Pf which Ihey s my Mary Anne1 And you plotte id lo get her awoy from are lo blame1 Afler this pleasant little there wai a and old Jphn and young John look ed at each other You must give her up 16 Iho ol der at You are loo young lo mar replied the younger will marry her You aro too old1 Do you think I could cnlj iry adored Mary dntloftter Do you think I could call my charming Mnry iiwtherV This Idea served as a very bgautiful cli max conversation we have noted down so tho as if by mutual lurnod their backs upon other and parted For a whole week the father and son nev er exchanged even the monilng compliments with each One old John Rnd young Jubn met in the and olil Juhu boived and and young Jufui iQUched and exteridfil tYoitr Mary began the Mary Interrupted the correcting Very said Ihe other fw Will have it pur Mary Just so II was disappointed in go Isn ecln fond of npil lo torment me Mllh This she was able lo for I had a rival who Mas ns nssiilu ons in his attentions as was a young spark and I was horribly jealous of him Ihe more SO when Mary wpuld spmeiimcs leavp tny spciety for Ono night thero was a spelling school Mary had promised rho that she would bi nt sohonlhouse and of course I went to mpet enjoy a short scasnn of tenderness before ho evening exerciies Bui I was destined to suffer more Bwai thoro before arrived I found htm and Mary too Intimate terms to suit my jealous The candles were Mary sat on ono of tho front with a uoarii able directly before anil was at the extremity of tho by which he was from making any very near approaches to the object of our joint tho few schclars whp had nrilved wore enjoying themselves exceedingly be farp the ovenlug exercises ccinmrtioedi I sal gjoomy and watching with a jealous angr tho mpvptnonts nf rny I At lo in Infinite ran tp join sports of his ifollow pnidls and Mar was loft bhe beckoned lo me lo come and sit with I scrupu ouily turned my eyes to another quarttr of the Soon tho candles wore blown nut by some mlschlevlons and the rooiuHas In volved In mini thought forgetting rny rcicnt now Is the time lo rnalto up with In a moment I was by her The ta ble prevented me from approaching loo but I whispered her nud reaching over succeeded in gelling hold of her where Iho negro and then all was dark and sao Ilio pulling and Whistling of Ibo engine and Ihe rattling of the as they whirled on through ho naVrow pas Once or tntco noise like frstrugjjle or calchlng for breath was fniully heard Ing from the negroN leal but lino mi of Ihe horrors of lhat mlddlofpas sage until Iho train emerged from Iho tun nelon Ihp west he passengers wore then horrified at n sight which the suppos ed Mas a case of cholera in Ihejr A dead was right among them Tho bid Quaker liiocol shaking and scolding and Iryingtomnko aim slnnd on But was a gone Ion and ItjMjis at lcai an hour before the passengers and Jovlnli could understand that ho had passed thro Infernal Fpr a few minutes the oU QMnlicr uavm filghlcnei as and IJioupV Ihnl hi pfinlshinorit had lerniluated in man Josh finally came mil and 11 is hoped lhat ho will hcrenflvr be a belter and long remem ber tils to the bad Day the prepatanH Ito usual amount of reading ifllhe press ififire r r matter Ij brajnS if are freely prnlTtrnl Ilio unfortunate conlpml poraij And wo have remarked IhatuhV mnre iiculo he the more anil pressing the odors of lervlcri havVlrci donht the will lonk tho pom M c e quoted as altogether Impro bable if Ihey believe will set dolvn tho neighborly Editor ns a But they will be Mrong iiig so for tjiero js not a true craftsman ftom Maine lo who would not have done the same and found more pleanurehi doing it lhan in shoveling gold from the rich est placer In California So universal it this and so hearty the gopd fellowship of the thai Is a real comfort onee M tp pi a formflo break a l PEACE llils important bod met In Pails on Ilio and was altend ed by a highly rospccjable and numerous nearly 700 In from Including On Iho arrival at Boulogne of the and from Iho day before they n ere received groat cheers by Ihpitles and and reached Paris a boul midnight by the French Govern rncnt liatlng wllh true French politeness dispensed with and given ordprs that Ihp baggage of the delegates should lint be meddled with by Ihe ouslPln house in Ihe Imp spirit of It was like going from ono part of the samp country to 1rosldent Mahan of Ober Itiii from Ills country Slurge atiiVCobdehj of were nmnng Ihe acllvc laltlci pants In the prpceedings Iho Patisjourn a Is aro much occupied with the doings of Hip Doubtless many Iho great and wlioln lo bo bnrnei null Vlye la 1 Jnn Our oVvn expedience cheerfully lo liidofso tho of the hive been In ho habit for years of avoiding be employ ment of n by taking which havo dono more In renova ting our s than could have been led by all Ihe regular or patent cxlantr On one of those spmei years Iho veritable Lo Editor be old Chapman to sojourning In Burlington and actually edi ted tho HawkBye during our eeKii Thepaperwan and no one ever discovered thallt hoard a full Ilial wan removing inyhani from tho one I held of othcrj and then I fell a gentle heart leaped IP throat wilh pleasurable I retmn ed the pressure and was delighted to feel her fair hand mino dorlhan I forgot lii n Djyou love me I whispered pnssleni was Ihp OhUam buitoo But you do noHovo I In an other Yoir knowI Iexclaimedalmost spaklug know I dot b ling In during that trait of doing as you would bo done Is Mel set forth by Iho and proernV nently belongs lo our merit shows that tho heading of graph from the Buffalo Express is quite a il Hawk as wall as regard this mote which bjects no more to bo realized than the as an amiable fanatici gard thi w hich con at least do no bairn but whose objects are garies of an Intano Perhaps good many once as wnak and des have triumphed ancient prrju dice and mid obstacles of every and have become acknowledged blessings lo the race and thin peace movement may prove to bp ono of that have an Idea that sotnp who now sneer at It will ycl discover that it is a wlie and gioilous An INCIDCKT AT TIIC or SAIKT days since ft young lady east tide of thp oxperitMicvd a scene of rdman tic left fur Ihe school whlchshe altendscn Ihe east sldo of the When she anlvcd at Iho the young man tisu ally iti abspnli nliv Ihcriifure look ihocaiiop arid priiccvdcd When about ivothlrds of Ilia way across the aflaw of wind soine how curiUd away her leavino her But a shoit distance below Ihe thp which Is every where begins to accelerate jliicfnl iPMardi Iho whjch aipmily aftw todi Had It nol been for Ihp Is stretched a crust from thine la aid iMronTANOB or of lie Detroit Ima the following valuable BUI tions Sclenllfiq experiments Ihe samo power required to move ene IPn in a cornmpn lumber Mngpn Mill inavo the same wngen with a of four and onclhlid tons on a level woed BUI 1 IIP preliminary steps have been la ken fur the prgauliatlpn of a prpciirc thp conslrupfion of a nlnijk from this ell IP KioinJJie lerest rriaiiifestedln this uehavo no doubt ilio much needed work will be end vigorously There isno doubt Ihe slock nlll nllWd a rich return for Ihe conilal lu Troy luiportaiit to ihasp tending obrnvl In ilial all intended for Iransmlsilan by Die Brlllih mall other lhan thoso for Great Uiilain and rqust paid at the olllce of five cciiljvhir each slnglo Tlie greatest I tiff U to do a good by and lo hove It found put If i If fo A practical farmer liifurriVslh lhat iu a ftnca Jjat had been set fouiteen snirip of posts rcmalqedneaily Boundi till others rolled off at Ilio bo form On looking for Ihe thoire posts tin set limb fMlrfillr frnm Hip May Hwy ThriftIhat v ero set at theyarewf r i i j tiii ii s i sjiy utt riu Ihe fa r hand ivhlch hold my own nage of heavy must tucv were rolled The fad I ed II harder than I luvo been parried lo it tenllpn if the IV   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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