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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 2, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                LU THB ALTON IS PBOLMHBD EVBRV AVALTOlf BY BAILHACHE 08 ono square or 00 fio A liberal deduction matin to yearly REMITTANCES by mill may b4mado at rlslc of tho t comer of Third and Philadelphia t am at his dWerenl In New Baltimore ond authorizes o receive Atltertlsements Inienila lor insertion Id thii nipoTj and also to act as our general Agcntla ann milter conncclc 1 wtlhour would como a smash game on ust and we got our eyes fairly us they fuJi oml became we will not obllgo to our lasting abuse us without t Look at the roads which arc making their war from the Kastto the They tro coming from Phlladel ond in Iho and aml lhc NoiUwttti oni on all with ono atcoidgolnglostHkcthe Mississippi on shores of flhey are aro bound to cross our they will cross SartaWt VntonHTdgalincafl This elegant andpflpular poilodli Its appearance on our desk on dy oi last e of Literature and nitodlcal Tor thepresenl 1 of which are of superior ex cetlcnccj and the literary mailer Is orrlho highest tier of merfl This is edited by and S Hart published by McMriv John1 Sortaln Three Dollars IwtVcopies forFJre Any new inclosing Five prior to February shall receive In return fullsets of tho work for 1849 arid of beirs Foreign Monthly and the Washington orTijlor thus receiving upwards of pa get of literorj matter and more thin ioo for We regret o state that neither tho September nor Oc tober numbers reached phrenological havo rc celvciHhe of this It wnlalni the usual variety of Ijilcreiiing articles Inn litloii to sumo of which arc illustrated by appropriate Engravings among which wo observe o dy They did while I a fcnonk at tbo riobtfrrviitd have let these Illlle Piikcs inako a bridge of your and a gone Mire enough yoli ffrt30 Bvfce Justlet us set our trapsSOBS blr ll llpl1 fftr a mc of he beneiiti whkh I Ihink aro to bo derivedfrom pur F dont know much a om pur siting this Dog in Ihe monger In the flrst place wo are in which debt wo want to Wo lute loti of Una we wish to sell and Wq M tiers of oil so long M they sober ontl Intlus to come among us and In order to sell them our amongst wo must bnlld sorrto Itallroads to taUo them around am show them our lam and a way to Ohio ami davdig no natural navigable except on heir Sou cm grabbed at the lint oilor made hemi orulaa thetrt gra tpwrii nil and the roads Bo so as lo tbgy ara liberty to much they iilcaiet we shall bout Slnte and Legislator io eni but I Ihtnk thai lf Illinois dont en antl Inkp her finger out her nnd her hand from over her these larnnl make n bridge of her anil a gone and pell her birth riaht Tor a mem of pottage SnraJ tell what you rnfttlerp I feel much co near n eil abodl itf You ma y peihaps heafjrnm i this Ilenrj said lha 1 fojthWere called IlenhN Theold woman learned in their convernattohjlhtt they be longed of the nnmernufl hunting levconduoteD by he id hat the ijorm hut OU tah Hi iceoHd AM thoti not any thing to gtvo replied RardlilftLthe resolute and the Phong nd dljfcnifled melnoMhftflecond he t t Ttrp QTA 1 ft1 nTmiTO Lot us seo first where our large towns oronlaccs J I S1A1EiRIGHlS PAI11 which nature has madeonimtposo for matku r nereis tobenrlctna Whether the Lord his put the right strlpa of tratlcra e a In this n dm I In nf no lilccoais of Joel the Editor of tho Water CureJournal and ono of tho iiotorloiis Maria MjnU with their Phrenological this work ii conducted by fc Fowler and published by Fowlers Yorlt cl One Dollar per IT and Hefaldoj The October number this pcrioillcal has likewise reached II organ of ibo American nathic and not of any parly tut devoted to the interests of Hydropathy This journal is edited by Joel and pub llshctl by the snmo house and on the camd terms as Ihe TAe American Cllfxent attd Emigrant Hie lint and seconil numbers largo and very iiaiidsome bearing tho above made their appeaioncb oh a few days It Is tictignud cliiclly to impart useful information to for agneta steWtiftt Jiomofn the new judging fVom tho numbers before will answer tills purpose exceedingly u and provo very not only to enilgranlsjusl arriving In ho but also to eil izBiB in This paper Is conducted by an saciaflon of and publlsiicd simultaneous ly in the cittcs of Plilladeliihia and New Yorlij at the rate of TwoDollarsper istliBlltlo of another new Uiefirst number of which hai reached Its principal object U servo as an aiV Wf tlsingmefUujii for business men for ivljlcli lUccmi Tcrywcll its circulation nmoimling to 40 OQo The Gazoltc is Issueil monthly by Mesa McDonald Yorkcityj Cents per Irto thosetowns ornotis qliUoanother ITiero Is ami Peru all of lch oio rapidly recoveringfrom the shock of teas And what roads dp wo want I think that we want a roatl from Chlchgri to Galena across our North ern range and roail Isnowiiicon Wo wont a ratil from Alton to via Wewanta road from Cairo to via and across the Illinois as near Peo rla as Wo want a road flora Alton o Terre oifrom Terrc Haute to Chesterj and as Ches ter Is nearer tho Iron iwrhaiis that would We wanta roail fromQuincy to thenco to Danville and the state lino andou as soon as the Hoosicrs please o build Here then we great which wlHnC commotlato nil pntts of our from which shoit branches can lie built when o rnwn every part of our Stolo lo a and can liistiilmtu set Icia to all Iho Pacific road can meet us at at at at Qtiincj or s Ihej The Fas tern roads miy come to Chi to to Terre or s best suits their some ulll that Ids is a gteat undertaking and will never bo dune So t Isj but If tho us a will liccp and el it bo done by private my head fut a beehive but that every road here laM clown will survoyed and under eonliact before Illi as a lias enough to do lo keep herpolltical caring In good running order ami all we want of licr to grant us good To accomplish wu must keep watch of our hired men at S not sulllr ts arfme of them and iave got Km TO IK As tho pcnjile of Illinois arc awak ening from Urn lethargy has for years kept them silent and inactive in regard to tho great sutijpct of In ternal and as that subject is nowagl Uting the public from the extreme Northern to tho treme Southern our Eastern to our Weilern ft not behoove the whole peo lle of tho tttato of our nativity ond to watch tlie oftlio big movemonta of our our gieat see tfcat they do what they profess and plcitge themselves lo do Wo foi our part of tho fairest stale on which the sunshincs it Is ieoiieil with Mo and Each anil ovwy portion or our Mate ii fast settling with an enterprising and industri ous of us who en mo here or havo failed sluce wa havo lived to see our State 11 it were stop suapcml become wltti would bo called a broken nimftnuforo now sec ing her commence to shako olltho chains whlchhavo held her ilowri to see thoso tblrsly leeches which have for years and years sucked our hearts release and siuU to rise no Farmers and Mechanics of HUnoisl do you cam to live o see the Sucker State stand first and foremost in the rank of If put your shoulders lo tho and new to roll her omvarijj for neither wo uor slio will sloy Wo mwt now begin lo develop our and to the world what Uio material of wlilch we are what we can what wo can manu am whnt we can bilng forth fiom tho Innardi of our And how shall wo do it Musi we drive and many n long milo to mar Muit we put all our fjctorlfsond mills upon tho wanki of our largo became wo havo no way to tnnipntt their from lhe interim musl HcWi of wlth which our interior a iemain because WQ cant gel It to Illinois can wilh less in ui Qiii with lets if horown citizens will truo tohpr richest Stato incur And how nhatl it be done I every part of our Slatit accessible by llailroads or wa so thai every nndMlncrtcan of his wares and mineral as near Ula door as r Uok ol he locoiloBofour Commence In Jo liavtes You will two find the Mississippi which you iSu carly va miles until it joins iv iT the Ohio one hundred morej the anothotnundrodi and you will havo traveled road done in their own pail ofllie they swap Ilieir votes around so tiat some other roads which may bo built shall licncdl It williiorhapsuo said that I show hostility w sce lfll owards by nut mentioning Illlnoiitown o nongst tho great places of tho lalteris a great town from what 1 have scon of her In high sho was a lillle loo her greatness can bo found all way to New Jloatlrjg ordrlfleil Andopait did Illinois own claml on a good f stioulit oljbcl to n cross ng thcrbi nol because I do notwont Iho load to go lo but bccausa wo should luva to bo icrrlcd over and although the Itallroad Company mljliI nl ilrst own the aid would soon anil wouldnt that thumb and finger work somt Illi nolans have paldtho old chap tod much money Do notletus pay tilmanyimoro Inantcecan helyi Lc us look tho policy of other our very next is spreading tho iron notllngovor her She his already finished ami in ptogrcss over 600 miles of Itallroad and In running them sho touches all her impoitant Pennsylvania Now ond all ho New England ate run ning their roads BO os lo nccnmmoibto an much nt heir said lhat Uallroadi In Illinois will not pay From what Illtlo I know of our there cannot be that mad built wlilch will nol icy lojior year ofitt and some years double thai No road in this Stato ought tu If over twelve thousand dollars If jbu say hat wehave hot Iho moanilo build our own I would say that wo annually use up hors es and wagons enough in going to market tu build ma ny ami where here is a h n Wo are now commencing a new have a new have lowered ho salaries of all to pay out debt and if wo will but tako tho right way to Inctease our taxable wo shall soon havo hit item oil our Let us hut build one good say from Alton to and all tho others arc a fixed I lhauk God thai I havo lived to sco the day Hint Illinois must go She cannot halt any lunger If slid wouldi andIf our Legislature like faithful keep a good loultoul for otir wo need but thai como out all Wo may hear ll tlfiindcr once in a while lo tho but there will be no 1 am a working nun I havo to go to wotk at and work lltl sundciwniBolhal you will pcicetvo that I cannot have timo toreador wrlto A part of ni are fur succoring and extending the interoMs of Adjacent a part fur our anil lhe whole and nothing eNe but our onn Mil Mio lake thai rank nmonR her ilntem which her favorable and eenlral position By unwNo over which wo nil we Imve becnmo deeply Jnvolrediii lebt and especially como who en Induce urlo shamo leiisly reptidinleMhnt and fix upoh ah eternal are ivilling to yield our rights to nml tints curtail our ability our people at Iho ballot box nobly spoke out and nald cveiy cent should be M h nol a Demncrnllo or or Polk or Clay it id the peoples one to a and ill soon be organized in a solid phnlanK It will be the party of prominence and coii the STATE UIOIITS Mangre all the difTdieitces that have among baltle nnvy the now to be U nM belwecn old alljnn cett but between he audfots of tho I peibcf vMn Ihe Inne of moal of Ihe whether nr who political of lllluoM the patty that poos for State people are RO roused up on tlm that ili Low as may hnve alien by our mismanagement anil parly uaily en n brensl lhc torieiit of public opn Ion which U now scllinfe in ncRinst the crie of Oltl allinnces will be and the bo State The catechism Da you go iio ami be forgotten hutiloyou no for tlio Stale and the Slat p ThU Is the If New Jersey had hail parly fiflj or scvpnly five years would no now be to am enleriirislir anil bcliiE n hewer or wood and a drawer t for Stales enitched by her inii entiglileneit by her I wind tear from theEistcrn to tho Western aidt and from Cairo to Chicago nnd on jxpresnlon of nnlvcrat and un Form como com popularity or tuipopglaiily lhe eit mailon of our he people of I allowing others t seek their own and wfthiti them prosperity in all honest endeavor will oee to it thai no sol of men shall oiipp1 their energioi or lluvarl lhe best purposes i heir ITo a recreant an n traitor to who lakes any nid I merge all former party if I evi in lha triurnjihatit Slat Uiglils NO as I am amutigst he number of hoso that want I have taken my and wiilteii this in hopes that it will bring on some one that has time and knows how to Only give he the laborers of the he ne cessary and the building of Railroads Is in safe 1 read all tho Kerns I can find but do not flnl half If Ibis document Is not grammati cally put all thai I have to say lu excuse lhat I never studied and do not know any thing litercry productionsbut this that KailroadsaNonl a first rate way ol tatting the agri and mineral productions of any State lo What has the National Convention Just IILW at they have conta to the conclusion that all must ba Hie and Ihu Let ui then fullow their and look to the Interests of our whole State and not to one particular part and if any other or States wish to build a rood across our which wll not bo a real hctieUl to our let Ihcmjmy us a handsome bonus or not build Let im lest he Inke il They sal down facing esoh ono of the had cut the bread 1th hU uhen there came B third nock at the The ineeliup gly Jlrangp his HAS again n pain n joung again a Hrni n a The old woman began lo con nsider hem ilh The flrst wlnhul to hide the read and clieene Ihe second them it tho and laid his sword beside them I he hld Henry 1 You w Ml not then give me any share ol our he said I can wait I havo good The caid the be one1 of r to Ihe first n he said Ihe belongs o Irn can bot defend I ho Henry became red wllh ancer nd said boldlj will belong to him whoUnowi eKl how to I u arils uere ncnrcely than he rsl Ilcnij drew hNdagger the other two leir they were tibpiit lo corno o a foililh knock a foiirtl a fontlh Id Inlrodiiced At lhe oftheir naked he drew placed hdnjeif on he side oflhe wrnk and attacked tho The old wo hid ami tieaivord icro breaking whatever came within thei Tho lamp falls down ii cxtlh each one strikes In lhe dark The of the 5pme lime hen pradnally cena Then Ihe old woman venlnreil to ge utof her to relight lhe Umpj ftnd ili aw Ihe ymmg men extended on Ih each wllh a i She examine hem Ihcy were tallicr ovoithrown by icne than by the bo jjan to rUe of after Ih and ashamed of what they had jus they began and atnon In and withou yen Imndreil nnd at any moment caulilbivo nMj nn a any momen cauiivo nailed upon the shoris of Oo lo Ihe north IM ou V0 to sjtetcnci along our borders for o Lake which or fccventy walor front uf seven nuniiiodtndilay landings andhor frs of which aro under our Nor Is this all we havo lor tlmoit tbree hundred through HHnod river BnU Canal thus making E Mlna mUei rlvcr Cannl tol BvI81 Zi iw lBh Wo and upon which thoso Mort Hieir lurnlm moducts of every whlrh because we got of EoiTon I vyas In town tnther a hading with the and he vvrap ed up my cofTeo and things with Telegraph1 so when 1 gut dome I sat dnuft to read Ihe and I law lotaof slulTa bout Louts antl and Fiench and Slate and andstich like low n and clly Il jUt lell I dont know much about these State and Quvernor and town ami mch liliQ but it put mo in u ther Slal a water communlca lion oil eround us and through our musl we sit wn ana sjy to Wo are well enough corn bread and bacon and we will lire tiro thanks bo to lhe Sucker slate is convales ire Jill htr her r 8 wllh ono anil calling willl one s lo assist in ii furnlshuig Ihe jy to Anil liailroailsiantllctua whf te IhBv will Ixnclll Ihe majorlly pfour own anil pur owa Anil TwouU here foils Ilioulj we think ol IxnollUnii i wgwialorl O J ofour am M C us li f mind of a icinpe I haduhen was a lillle I and daddy falherel up n load of chickens atnl and ytiked up Buck and Broad to he old and oiT we slat toil for Louis with a load woilh We or tdx Jollara and daddy promised me a brand new ecalsUIn cap out of lhe price of the if I would go alonq ami watch the load and learn how as other boys were So olTwe started in high upliilx buf when wo not to old gins he charged half Iho price of my new cap and ilndily toll me lhat he could not gel my cap lhat old Wiggins would charge Ihe other half of my cap to gel buck over the I saw at nnoe tlfat It was o ami my cap was gone I thought what a eel uf ilarned fnoU Iho Suckers for not making a town to srll and when they aiwm vwrmre wiwHiiwy woW anU our Inlttnul Im lorlun o Ipft lo clofleil over our mis V 0 let u rt builtlup Anil hero I will un V tlwo who areuae us or a intan iliiiHiiiliim towjidi our wish pujVas seen the she poiired her btuio f Iwrcfgn until shn was Ut ami who ui ISl nu1 tome tur P tbe leit and are getting over oilier who oier wo tun quite RS fait as WB indof nol quite blind is wt thought s and ng a t Ihlugs gs on side nf the i and huw many lost heir and nnd dm Iho by lhat same old Butlliii is not While I was standing about the w Ih my linger in my back of my tnttw soil my and felt o1 dont know about my new a man said lo JESUS OF NAZAUKili UV SIOOUIlNEVt Watcher who w tltcst by tho bcii of While Iho stars weep on In their midnight train Stilling tho lean fur thy loved ores Holding thy breath lest his sleep should broikl In Iho loneliest hour thcras a belper Jesus of Nazareth afar from thy native Whom no one takes with a brolhcis Talito and hoaithitono arc glowing Casements are but not for thrcj Tlieio Is one who can tell of a homo on Jesus of Nazareth Sail in secret bending A darl In thy breast that ha world may not Wrodling the of God to His seal of pardon fur tljys of slut Tress with the prayerful Uoius of Nazareth passeth Muurncil wlio sllteth in the church yard Scanning Ihe lines on that mathlo Ilucklnglho fioni thy chjhlreas Planting Ilia myrtlo and sleait Look up from the tomb wilh tho iJosus of Nazaiflhpassclli Fading onol wilh the hectic In tliy vein o ami thy waited Fcarest Ihnii tlm shade of Iho dailtcncd vole Look ti the guido who can never fail Ho hath rod U he will hear thy Jesus of Naziicth pasielli soiled Sleuderan il it wi pii tho oilier lhe cottage WBS ruin eilaiid lhe old woiiinii sltlhlg iu thcnorn lixrcl her reilillsh looking eyes on lhe Toi young 1 Wliy tlott thoulookuhon us1 sntil II first who was troiibled by thislno seo your destinies old 1lie second Henry bnmiiiailneil her harsl ly lo reveal tliemto hlinj he latl ciig geil her whilst Tho old woman you are asieinbled lii this yo all four unite in the satno you have feet and sol tilvilli blond tho bread which has offered ydu shall tread unil foot nitd soil wilh blood the power which y may be able As yon have ruin and impoverished Ihis you ha ruin and ImfiDverlsh Ai you ha nil four been wounded in the you i Tnur shall neriih bytreason and vlole The rillr gentlemen cniild not help iup at Ihe prediction or ihe old These fnur geullerncn were the fun he roes of the two as its and two as its Heini de by Ilrnrl lie assjsslnateil by the forty Henri de Valois Uenfy assassinat ed by James Henri ile Biinboti Hemy assassi naied in hfa carriage e whero he lalil lilm and if tin half nn hour In rne no long en sat dowrt wllh her face turlied partly I wo fouml lhat rolling lo sco who of f the or the drinks the con lersalion was tltrt most vulgar and profane and lhe temperature of the room ay from and with a fan kepi olT he cs and cooled hinmoUt Enough of conntenanco wai vis to enable me to perceive lhat il was was an uokfml wotd from my Hftt a scent of Hqnor and at had brought this cloud over her cigar We auk any of our ouna men if fit place o spend heir tel sure la it R place they will learn any tMng lhat ulll fit them for nr hflppiuemi in life Is it a place yon outit like to be found fn by your parents or Ara jour companions Mich you would lakn home with you and introduce to So milch Tor permitllng myself lo fall In a fretful said Mn lu re I musl bo more watchful over myslale mlnilj I have no right lo make others suT r own unhappy j Jane continued to sit by Willy anil and every n6w mil Ihen I could hear j our mothers and sirlerj very low sigh come as If We knew two boys once wlio wero pla Faint as lhe sound oed together a Irade under similar clr smote upon injr and added to my un ccountaule frame of A friend and I wen down Into the and eonverslng there for nn at all lha while there was mwelght upon y I tri vain to be I healthful One of them upenl hit of leUuie In the ball allejs and a kliidreiUohaiaotor he while theiother iipent nnoocupleit In uludy and arid we employ no rneKsnref cannot cordially Invile public icrutln7 That as friends of Tempi we repudiate all and fel no affinlly lo any secret ever specious name U may ever may be lit ostensible That we will ende by all manly Ihnt Divine Plovldence may supgesl lo promote the gtiat our original organlzallon M Waihingloniani especially by vndeavoting toaecure an Temperance Ihrouijhoul circulate weailed effurl and and Ihe fallen nnd neglecCed Inei Ihe general sale rlwat un rough my was like a heavy and upon my I his is all a I said to allng coilrso tnclr uhat was the resullf How did I hey slaiid in society or In a pecuniary point of view One was looked upon al I his Is all a I said to wotlhlessj an enemy lo and a blank flcrrnj friend had making an effirt to In while tho other nag irowofTlhe uncomfortable B it II as a man of Inlrgrlly and as of no Hi en If the new train of loiiRht au okened by the with had lifted mo above the ilole ol nlnd In which I ntu when the Ihe gol of Janei sober passed me i Ihe would have depressed my spir s In ohler o relieve my oivu antl the childs Mhoughl I would refer to the bro en and lell her not to grieve her elf about as It wa of no consequence But Hilt would have been Iho ama ns lo have mule an acknowledgment o her that I had been in Ihe and an nsllucthe feeling of pride remonstrated insl Ah I Why did I permit to npeak no ungnanleillj How Iho causes thai sometimes destroy ur peacil How muoh of good or evil Is icre In a single word Some n ho read Ihl mny think thai I was cryweak to let a hamhly a caicless child trouble re a child What toxlcattng the oommunl wllhalf by steklogisarneillV ioGod blessing on all our efforlsS On for ointed montht Iho lainlell lu it in tald than an uld who had in the country fur a and who eil in a little cottage in Ihe fnresl of Saint hearil a kfluck at tier door vhe opened and saw a cavalier whoajked her She led his horse lulo the and eil him lo enter Ihe By tho light of 11 smoky she saw that he wai a young person showed Mi and his garments indicated quail woman kindled tho and aaked Ihe young tcnllnman if he wmiltMl any thing lo sixteen years U like a heart of the lauid very eager and nut very The young man A piece of cheote and a inornel of black which look nut f the men wai all the pruvitloiiB she 1 have nothing said lo the young gentleman there Is all I have lo of ler lo puor Tho church the excise on are onerous nol wllhtlandkg Ihe Inhabilanti of Ihe cminjry round about cult mo a and me lo Iho In orJer that they uiny rub with a safe of the products the i boyi abqut wat ftaniiing C hemisa jnb of work I wantyon of rny pmtr said the eenllemani If to and if you will do I wiU gire you pakes and apples and lit lie Pukn always keep Ihelr eyes and are leady for any aud were rea dy to do tbe work before the man wts ret I ever become KinK of I ulli press Iho and uill cauie the lo be May God hear replied Ihe old Anhii word the gentleman I have been a child and as a have pen blamed severely by those whom I do ired to pedsp and fell thai unkilldwords ell more paiufuliandheavily sometimes liau I underslanil lie haliiro of Janes andsympa ilia willi her to a through tho day moved lore ijuielly limn When I spoko lo ier about I dldin a kinder olcetlian I ordinnrlly would look nlo my face ivllllan earnestness lhat almost p Tonaids evening her down stain ara pitcher of Sho went and soon returned wilh i alumbler on a wait She evident y using moro than ordlnaiy when her fool tripped against and she stumbled Il was iilvain that sho tried to sarolhe Us balance was and il fell over and to pie ces at my Iho water dashing on the skills of my The poor child becameInstantly pale y and the frightened look which she gave I shall not soon Sho irlcd to say ll was an but her tongue was paraljzed for and ihe found no The lesson I had received in the morning now served me for the purposes of self and I said inslaully in a mild voice Never Jane I know you could noi help I mini lack down Ihe loose edge of Ihe I raine near tripping there my self to Go and get a and wipe up Die wolcr quickly ti ynu while I calher up lhe biuken The color came hack Inslaully lo JaneV She gave me one grateful and Ihen ran ipilckly lo do as I had direc ted When she came she blameil hirself for not lurlna been more expressed sorrow fur the prom ised over and over acalii that site would bo more guarded in The contrast between both of our frMIng now and what they were In the very I foil happjfor having act ed wllh diie self nlul my Illlle though distressed by Hie had nol the extra buiden of my displeasure to far I to as I anil rrAVcled upon the Incidents just re far teller Is il In all our ro maintain a calm Advice IJ to bo thrown awny upon young men of he ago spoken but wo can asmira them they nre in a dangerous Ibe bowling alley the jflllnrd the the Rmem characters you form as boyd will ennitiiuo aa AN1 AWICWAHD A liari bought a calf from a denned lilm lo diive It to bis and pUce it In hN which he liifily it lhat very Itial a man a giimllngorgan and danc iiigbvar b that u begin their in Trout of he Aftrr ainualng he fanner fur some tbo ortjon man en tered the farm tionse nnil atkod lhe faiiner If ho co u hi glvuhun a nights lhe fuimrr give lodg hut dial lie nl a wheie to put he After ho iletermtn fd lo bring the calf inside ihe liouse and pUce lhe bear In Ibe which Nuw lhe expect ing the waulit remain in llieslablb all reoolved ID steal It ere morniiip anil the faimcr and hid guest n tho awekenedby nTeaiful yelling from the out Uoltigol and taking a entered the when the Tanner lo his the biilchcr of uliomhe bad bought lhe calf In Ibe of the which was hugging htm fur he could not being tnerlminedlalely underitlnod lhe state of he briefly meiilloheillliiiclicumstniice lu ho owiinr of U lo punfab tht1 bulcbar for his inlcntlod called put to ID Hem a copy of the proceeding of Convention u the Alton Telegrabhfor On Convention adjourned tocneel at Upper an the first Saturday In 10 ISAAC MT now In 01 opnoallo tho New or Ms exten C slOLk Of SPUING L SUMMKR con slating or Wevcry Blyle and quality that cut be found in any Clolhlng cstntilishment In the countr 1 v r have also a fine aasortmcnt of which I will mauo to si Ihe J OP f h DRAPERS HAVING token tho store lately occupied by next loot to the would1 brg loavoloinrorm their friends and tho nubHc gene that thoy are prcparctl to executeoil onleriln flair lino with rieatncii nnd f J i ThryJiavo jitit rcccivetl now and superior CASStHEnHS anj VES carej which will bo maiJo superior wnrrnnteil to oil a general aiioitmcnt Of nlihlng GuwUI Particular pitU to CuUlDg and CHAHLKS WOULD retiwotfully lurorm Wi the public BaneraUri thai he has taken namod and would reiiwctlully lollclta mblic From hli pait experience InHotel fceplng in and n strict pfrsonnl attention icirto Hie coinfoit orhn tioiiei to merit a conp llnuonco jiatronnac op ui where c Ioriohs nnd fimUici conveyed to ntiy tlieadjacent L he briar did In ronl ihe butcher roaring ihe Afierth thought nulTered thty Be liim and HIP butcher glad to escape with his life while tlie fanner and guest iclurnoit to llicir V1 ft Trouble tell my what U llio cause leauV a 3Toth Tho eenulne Whail wlmt my dear donM keep me L 1 hare opened one of your suppofing It addtvHued to Certain ly it looked morn like than nil What harm ran there be ina opening her husbands leltert No haim fn ihe fifnp but Ihe con Such a dliigiBci has anyone dared lo write a letter unfit to be tend by my wife1 Oh noj il is couched In lhe most chaste and gentlemanly II u I Ihe con lenlxf ihe Meio Iho wife buried her face in her hand and cominencfd lobbing while the hnnband eagerly caiighl up lhe atid commenced reading llifl tplUle TJS of nearly breaking a bill from the printer fur Ihrco ycim iubjciiplion to his for icstorlag the hair ts a glory to says Aiid allfecV Mm trulhot iHe Preserve U Unless you protect It with this If ynu wish a luxuriant head of nqt fail to procure Iho Boliti of cases it than exceed yourexneclatloni Many who have lost l heir hir for twenty hove had it restored to Ui original itetfccllon by Iho use of this v stste or contlllion appears no whatever i It r so causes lluld to with which the delicate hatr lubes are by which gray as bail Ihtlt lialr restored o Us by this Invaluable In all cases of it will be most pleasuit wash that can bo A fewipplIV inp n iiomi much BI other nilicnllednalrJ nndj more me and her wjfii die bro ii tumbler In her diil hut end lo help J Bllf D now comjiany from the Itpynl upon notes of this LOSINGONES BV MAHV I was Kilting In tnyroom pno feeling allout of sorts about something or when an orphan wlinm I had taken to came In with a broken tum bler in her and her young fact wa pole and her Up maam 1 went to take IhU tumbler fiom Ihe to get Anna a diitiH of wa and I Itt il 1 was lu a fretful humor before the child came and her a kei me lo a belter nlalo of She wa a good deal of pain in cohaequenco of ibe and needed a kind word to ijulvl Ihe disturbed of her Hut she had come to me u an qufoilunate are a tillte said I se taking ihaTragmonti of glaK from her tionibling A very careless lit tin and I am displeased withyou1 I no but my counienaiice nieuede ven longer rebuke my 1lie child lingered near me for a few mo input i and IhuiuhTUnk away from the I wa sorry h a moment hat I had permit led myself to speak unkindly to tho lillle for hero wai no need of my doing su and she had taken my as I ftoutd deeply to had made her unhappy without a The biunit ing of he tumbler was an accident likely lo happen to any and ibe child evident ly felt bad enough about what had occurred witbuul having my dUptfiunre added there If I was unhappy before Jane niter cd iny 1 won Mill more nnuVppy aTler the had f blamed mylf mid pill ed Ihe but IliU did not In the lead mend he in at it In aboiti half an hour Jane came up vety with my dcui Illlle cinljhair angel fAced boy in her fie had fallen and bad uithhtr ulinott carried him up She did no hfl her eyes lo mine she but went eil the table to eat but at tho lame Instant with her burden lo be low bed that wai in that had been Ihe mean his It v nty yearn Jnrlge McLean retired from the gf neial post A few a NVashinglonletier a cleik adding up dlicovered lhal a balnnre duo him by the of for which a wai rant has been ed In his favor to be Daily iiiniiailiniturllhn niiliAitn Ptittn mnimniii Huniui VAIOI MM to use harsh lanRUaga to those below Angry makp double They huit hose to whnm they ire while liey leave a sling bu lind Above all should wo guard a amst a moody Whenever ue per nit anything lo fret our we nre nnt n a stale lo exerclxu due self and il lemplalion comes wu arp eute lo YOUNG STOP young cm the way to tho ball or ihu billiard Hiihn cljar In your and wilh an appetite for a mini a Aie you nol in a We have in his clly mnny young men who are in this veiy way w bo nightly vUil the bowling to upend a dime or two National Schonl Convenllon for the piomollnn nf general conve ned on Ibe 17 h 170 repre senting Slalcs and one Brllish Pro were Delegalen from Del Hhodo WUconijUi Iowa and made in lereitlng and reports nf he pro profit of Bdncalioii In I heir respective n rolling a string of ten plus mix llieir otitlii and vulgar wit wilh tlime of Iho kerpernnd hangeis and who bus de ptjve cf those hours of sleep which nature They would do well o stop and refleci upon Ilieir its Iciidcncy ind Id ceilnln We know how young men know the alhircineiilK that are spread lo enllce Ihem to Iliese liaunln and it Is because the writer of ibis article has been a vlolim lo ibfso that he ralioa the vAnrniiiq Yuuug men between the acen of 10 and 93 apprentices and cleiki who are confined by the nature of jheir employment fiom curly morning nniil lalo In lhe rftjiilre and iniul hive somo sorl of aumiemeni aiiil 1hey cannot fnrevrr be bound down lo their Tbo mind and body both require But be careful of Ibe Hind of the kind of The kimU of recrenllun ate numeious enough to allow of judicious The huwling alley of Ri the inrre fxeiciie uf concerned innooenl BII exerrie as any we know of but ii li ihe nnsociatinns andihnblts there funned lhat wo objct The alley and ff course suiroundvd with a ciowd of who hang ou fur the nose of rolling wilh those who may happen and get a treat at tbcir We Voriho Alton TEMPERANCE The Stfini atinual meeting of the Madlion County Wattiinglnn Temperance Conven inel al October president being the house was rail edtn order by fiist Vice Pretihlenl and Ihe meeting opened with prayer by Il being the re CUlar meetlim the elrcllnn of tho Cnnreiillon proceeded lo elect for the fiiMiitig fivmnnlhi which resulted in thechoice of taao Firsldetitj fits Vice Kionnd VtcePrcsident Ihlid Vice Secretary and John On Ihe commillee appointed tn draft revolutions fur the were called un fur their The following weie offered which were unan imously odojiiiil by the Convpnilnn That the Temperanoe cauie Ii a cause fur the and the whole peo plr bflonpiim lo all ages and demanding ibe aid and co of al canae which deeply concerns and InHr eits of cvoty young men and old mtn mothers and tbe poorest nud the Die most debased and and tho exalied und routcd all of every name and It Is a great and phllan and God like cause and asnch a we nre will nil the open nrps and of and all the ex e for Hi promo tacit of tho Piles Is clUjctuBHy and perinatiehtly in a shott liy trio use of the jenuluq Hays V Itumlreds of ouriirit clllioni country have used sue It U warrhnled to curethe moil fr Compound Extract if tho cureof Scwrulsr Ctiroiilc General Scaly KniiiUons of tho lies or Iustulcs on Ihe Hver AlUctloniiMercu al anil syjihllfs Bllci ftom an trnpure hsblt or Urn Ulccrotions of tho and Pains ltd Swelling nr the oil rom on iinjmre stale of the vnd Im ruiciicc lu cxcetslvo uso ofmcrcury acts as a onto to slivngthen tie lyitcmi nnd enable bear up ogainit tliii dcbilUntlngheal of lean bear tliat Cociitlack It rlila Is ss goal an extract of tldi cclobralctl n ony article In tho anil in as large wtlleii in4 solilnt tho low price of 60 ccnti jwr or per lozeiij large quart price fU Spldtti7 NoitH Third w Alathttt expecU ng to become cnxloui lo avoid fw pint j and dangers of earnestly en treated lo calm their allay Ibclr and igglho their way by Iho uso of this mostextraor ilinary vegelalilo Thoio who will candlUIy observo ill inuil oiiproveoflt tn their hetrti every kind and oiluclbnalo ImiUontl will feel moat lolemn duty to illovlnto ho dlitroises fall Is oxposed by n safu and cerlnlu is 1110 uio of this Mothers D3iroifttt n i tbo nioit cxtroorillnaty remedy over Shoul4 thcie be np it will nol hurt the mgit but will do H oj and dtalcrilft founder Iho cure of 8pUt Hoofbound and contracted anil Fever 1111 Ilrulies Inlhe Goiled Cracked on K3 Cu7foni Rtnyllont For lhe cure of Ring ttoim BjiovlPi cpitnin r r euro Founder Pint nicnl tne inetmreil Troni tliu ruripe of a very cclounted Knijliih and will euro in ulnetjnliio cases out ol ODO bunilrea arty hoobava They Wl havo bticn nscd by with ho mmt marked and tlecvUa suet Sold by 47 corner of Pi Vr Ixuls and ly HJSUHK flc Alton pHOPPlNQ TUAYSio dozen superior tliopV pinettaysi 30 nsgorled wood bowlitati sept at j J Btntedsltcsj fursaleby I3 ASH md ncits of m suresib PIN 30 boxes 3Q bei sept ill Manilla and huslii for sale low by scpUl WASH and wasli boards tcpt g l sympathy nf lo and s That Ihe camp of Temperance nerds no concealment the object we deiire to iccoropliih pteienti no motive to secrrryj nests market if rlothef unit wry yotxi doc raveling assorted lists f i work If thildrcns dining and toy 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