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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 9, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                AT 1 JOHN 00 M one square or 1 00 For each continuance 00 A liberal dailuctlon made to yearly v w ii of the Fsq r corner of Third anil ianiUthladtlltrchtoillcc In Mew Baltimore anil notion aullmritci to rocclve Advertisements Intended for Insertion U this piper arid alto to act as our general Agent In ann milter connocleJ wllh our t ft INlUlbSTING o aie indebted lo the Illinois Journal of the Q fur lhe following highly Inter cotmUit of Ihe by Govi cf Ihe elegant Legislature tn Captain JOHN iOf our much esteemed and a a testimonial of Ihe mlniirnlion and pride wllli which his gallant and Chivalrous duting the late war wllh rind especially in Ihe daring assault Ihe people of this and his military career thus ht oflWs a sore guaranty should his country hereafter sland In need of his In Ibe sion he has he willcontinue lo re fleet honor upon Illinois and b glo rious and heroic In the field qf lire number of the Journal from which we cop Ihls did not reach us In seasontb enable us lo give it In our 1 paCSCNTATION OP THE SWORD This cere uony look on al len A In Ilio Hall Rep in presence of Ihe members of the General and a largo num her of and His Excellency In pre the thus addressed Captain IolC Ihls Slate has lo piesenl lo you a sword voted by lhat b This duly I now most cheerfully In presenting you Wllh I need not remind you lha II Is designed as a toslfmnnlal of Iho high regard which j our native State enlerlnins of your servl and Illinois feels proud of Ihe chivalry of her sons B it Ihere is one feature in theResoluiion under which I which I oannot allow to pass without While Ihe people nf your native Slate feel e just pride in Ihe dailnjj of her sons amid strife and they nev er cease to recognize and admiro Ihe cxht billons of one of Ihe noblest features in tho character of the truly brnt o strikingly Illustrated In your own ex while bearing your wolindol and beoding comrade from a slormof bottle lo a place of d should Iho lime again when your conntiy shall dc your I feel assured you will never forgot the object for which this is liow tendered lo Captain POPE replied Gotrcatton Iho strange position in which I fin I myself by the high amimost undoicr veil complement paid me by Ihe U be an excuse for not express Ing lo avividly as I feel my sensitions of deep and heart fell The profession which I adopted early in so distinct from Ihe friends and associ ates of my and my long absence nalive had Induced ine lo be lieve except by my owri family and re n a foreign by in Ihe midst of a deadly this splendid testimonial of Ihe partiality and kindly re gard my native Stale impressed mo wilh emotions ton deep for ulteraucoj and such as I never before From that I Tell not lo myself alone was I my career in after life bill that It became an Imperative duty so to de port myself as to as far as Hie continued approbation of a Slale which L j i iu a man tir Beiil ami enlrnulastlc In Ills nor life intense and eager impatience wllh w hich in 8 of Qen be head of lhe As We approached Ihe field of Ihe deadly ilrifi came mure loud FROM The following extract from the jiurnnl of one of the adventurers to Iho gold region placed al onr disposal by hi esll Il will be lhal the we are all glad to lake our and lie ri any fare Wmay chance We met vi h a greatVortune this nimnlne In comlngi over ajVtryrocky part of Ihe one of sprained his foot sb udnot gel him aod Bin He made us a lhat wo Of were obliged lo with a small pirl of the company which set 1 he river y and distinctly to onr we began oul from Ihls place iu March tnsl for tun lP and II r can men in Ihe fugitives from our uur own Ihelfhasly accounts of Ihe engage J and as wo started at full upon the Plateau and Inlolhe tnidtl of lhe he sight w hich run our ej cs w as In the I looked engerly around for Ihe regiments from ns my eyes fell upon I could nut he shout of exullatlon lhal bursl from my amlnil Hie roar of Ihe the the splendid charge of the and Ihe wlld rush offu Bllives from our rnllks on all rides Slill foremost In lhe V aved the standard of and high above the rdse Ihe shouts of her gallant I hroughnut lhat long and bloody da In lhe miiM of a carnage and destruction unparalleled in Ibe history of any wardid these Iwo chivalrlo maintain their high wllh undaunted and unwaieiinaconr thrust Ihemseltes fnrlliernud failher Into Ihe ranks nf their enemies as the sun set upon the bloody field of Ills last rays lingeiluo wllh ailmttajlon upon ho shattered fragments of these two glnrl ous regimentsslill In the still Im and and lhelns peal of ar llhry which echoed unions the innounced lo Ihe lhal Illinois slond nremost in chivalry among tile nations of the oailh i i The splendid conduct by wo upon lhat eventful will bn forever fresh In my al hough I well knew as I do lhal ny own pnor services in obll I felt my heait llirnh w illnn me In think hat I loo was a nsllvo nf and flint I Ino could claim nn inleresl in the gallant leeds of her suldiets Ineed t trace lo you the campaign hich terminated in he fall of and n which Illinois maintain ifr high mice I shnuld but re echo tie sentiments engraven upon your own i While every olher Slates In Iho Union sent troops lo the Mexican can inly claim for some ftvorile or ome favorite common o evefy and every ram Illinois Ihey arc In explain ng the bad conduct iifiilher bmUesof Iheir lo acknowledge to the lhal Ilinols hns exhibited far more saancity and oreslght In Ihe selection of her Il s Ihe sentiment of one nn partial lo Iho Hint in Iho of he Mexican Illinois stands without a Tho days for Iho neccssli of milltai crvico have passed nwny Tho Mexican wilh all its btllllnut his been cdinlgncd lo and Us vivMimpres slons are fail failing from Iho minds of men siilfly Is impulse Hilllcicnl to Ihe ambition of nny lo know Hint mm her high watches wllh nn untiring and sleepless Ihe Icareer of each one of her whatever may be il pursuit or his piufssi and that sin stands forever either lo bestow ipon him the tokens of her or o thrust belwecniihim nnd misforlunothe broad shield of her nnnlkd Permit to return ou my lincere fur Ihe graceful and consi lerale manner In which yoii have diieharg ed the duly anil topre through In the Leeislalureof m ialive Ihe expression of my ditpnml jeartfelt fur the high distinction hoyhave cunfeired upon The sword is of elegant Jtnd is from the mflimfttrtarv of Ioinp Ins The blade Is of Amos make nnd linos linhh lhe lillt mil scabbard are if gnldj the latter luste fully ombnoed and The whole Is 501 up In a imnnor creditable HIE lasle timler wliose ilircciinh It was The pommel nnii of the represents Ihe helmet head and armed an wairlor asegve place in your L Trurllce Auq 3 1849 I w rote you under dale July J2 i nn Marys since which have not gone wllh Bui thanks lo hr kind Heatedly hatr cniie hrough II For the last 110 miles nr ciltloUiavehail mllhine in eat but w II and incredible us II mny seem fur lhe nothing g The 4 miles fler leaving he sink of Marjs Her has een and Isdcslned lo Ihe ruin nil he death of lroiiands We lave Irnveled iho Insl 70 nr 80 en rely in the night In crossing Ihe lal 45 callid the desert here mil drop of except at the lint Springs Ve arrived Ihere about aflcr a I nobly and generouilyj right Ihe spring guard is beautiful HBIH niclil ol ihe sp ly Sl au absent c ate arms the njherhas nnr stoinal enough The etching of bailie roprcscn the citizens of my native convinced ma Ihit thejieward Jon lino lieilowed upon me was fnr niore jliijyf merited every man from whether olllcer or who appeared the heights nf Buenavlslai In common with every oldcur of Hie rej I waiched with intense anlvjlln Mexico of the Iroopsfrom my My military education hil me to plaoe little confidence in Vulnnoerlcoipi and great as was my anx every opportunity for disllnclinn sliould bg ofleied the Regiments from II I confess that my fears were equally greal that Ihey would not so deport Inmnselyes place Illinois where she Ihe gallant deeds march of the two under llantin and nisiell fiom Iheir junc tion with lhe forces wllh and lauld lhe aruiy were the events nf a few days lhe evening of of Febru lha two hostilo armies e in the defiles of All not only did he brilliant prerioiis victories of General MKlir depend issue pfMhe an Pljiching we ikncw muaily for was a struggle for life military fine dis ilepoilmtnl of the egjinsnli ennvinoed me of my Slate was in V keeping and I relurned lo Sallillo wilh Wtle successful of bst but feeling perfectly amuredlhiil III lo thrust by lhe gal deeds pf her liiln the foreuioul ihe of the of found General llh the few of his staff fleldi as tha sun the the distant booming huavy an American tronps rharglng ho enemy uudei L heavy his walls nnd nthe midst is seen an ollloar beariiiit n wounded comrade In his Thlsillus rales romantio incident o he and Is a high and dellcalely iressed compliment tu GnptiPope A coolness hnd arisen between Lleutenan and AViliiams of his own instpadofbeing settled on tiie fieli of the in an emulous am enerous devntton of onuraso and life lo Ihi jlory and honor of their cnmnion country n Ihe fleldnf bnllle fur her Jiln advauceof Iho chnralug column Ihi during rivals triaroiied Ihrmightho streets on to a masked A of grape ami crashed Into Iheneai of Ihe coliimuand destroyed The tw gentlemen pausiid an n ahtvalry seemed mutually to Inspire ihom Again rushed forward another dii chaigo from the batlery and home and Pope lecelved two balls nn of and Williams fell mortall Pnpe sprang fiom his hoise lifted him In1 his Let my coiirilry said the brave Mha I In advance nf the Irnops Leave me to am save Nlt exclaimed his youthful until have placed you In He bore hit Into thedoor of a house where he was she ered from he enemys and again re sumed his perlliuspniltlxn In Ihe column in a hurricane of shot where hundreds fell around ho eoap ed wllh not a The brave and dail feat above has bean haiidsnmel recorded and rewarded by his native Slale proud to tin honor to one of her native sons And while we drip a tear fur the death o Ihe gallant we rejoice that hi so glorious to not only Ins Ir unblemished ihe fulr escutcheon of his i val rnad of but has Ihereinembtance oflt by UI10 icured by no but Mi now beginning to of Illres sloul strong and IndoIny leasing aillTclSalions of Ihls 1 he nitSble toibe a fihoVpily of following1 xltncl from a journal kept by my er ftln liat together after having ab spparaled from I Hi Iwenjy four r mil three him w n o we nro some lime af and fifi niiliis from Joseph SHiuld llHrk Ihls miiinlng was cnlill I Piote dn Hill pleaseiglve It a fiosl with We started ere we remain ttle upon hard 0 ach Sierra nllgillng nights inarch II all and fed our rend nnd and f presume Ihey imsumedwhntwe could have readily sold ir fmty or fifty we nndered il ver cheap food a It was all ml enabled us lo get them These springs me n great A wee of ground coven d wllh r which tho water is constantly billing hero Is also an immense I should idge seicral feet water Is o hot ns to scnld U il It Is a drea y and we left with clad a out five oclock P 1 ho road tu this Incc i wllh Ihe exception uf aljonl 0 miles of hpaiy solid at this 01 all the throutih imiie w llh ho exception of our which we lift bout Ihice our team on o anrjhtr ttagonf aiiiVrthfucoililngoacK ifer I hick wllh Ihe waKmi ihlle learn and I had abnul gnllon of which one of the bojs ironght lo Sunn Ihe puckers begin to omej and enrh one would o mie up lo Ihe and beg me for Gods sake In glie hem line diop I commenced enling nut my small half a leacup tn unlil was all and would I lavelaken nny I inirju have had a iollar allowance I gave each The mules of most of them had be onmo fo weakened they could Imdly and Iheyii ere obliged to walk and furcu hem adding Ihlj seveie labor In the nlcnse heat of the thus making II too nuch for man to and some uf In m laving left their wnuld proslrnle hemselves under the wagon apparently innble tn move and here is not lhe iluubl but Ihil mnny a iud miut leavetheir boiiesupoir Ibis Ireary You would be nstouisheirtn see what peclacle our httlo crimp would present nl Imesdiilng iho Our cnllle woiild become so faliguod were obliged to Ihem in a ry steer would be nnd lhe every nail would be stretched beside them in ihe or on Ihe ns Ihe case might and soon all would be lust Iu from which snme little whether they Slill had flue nncinliglit and us I havo slood arid Ihui surveyed our lilile feelings to hnpe I may ever again be a stran crowded upon my pindnclnii n sensation of which I caiinol fiml words to when fills my heart in view of our own a sdnsntlon nf melancholy sleals over when J reflect upnri the thnusamis who areto succeed and 1 have hull the advantages lhat we WeVero obliged tn water at the Hot Springvfur our diawlnn ililT iiito andthen Iheyhndto dtink I very ft waa exlrrmely nauseating to the lale being impregnated with Mil ihe GO inlles presume thai inure lhau two humlred heai 0 night if possible proceeding slow along oxer the rough we found ourselves as cemling a vei difficult and rock We had bicn woiking our way up some half hnur or ivhen those who had gone on came and assured u Ihnt we were mi inning the elephant Mu Klglit Blsd wire we lo hear and con tinuingour wny with ourselves nt motning lime where we now al a fine lilile about one iiuar lor ofa mile from Ihe ami a delight fill place It Is A cold stream runs rnaikhng ami a bpsuiiiriil lawn spreads mound covered wllh n beaulifnl of some of which 1 Imve I do not see hnw it is possible for thorn lo live after such hnrd frost as we hnd last does not seem to bo at all adVcted b II 1 he crass nnd herbage look as gieen and fifsh as This morning we passed a log supposed lo have been the scene of a part of the disasters lhe Dnnner pait uf It was a diear place Bones of nnd also of human be were and nnc of our men picked uu ibe skull of a child not di d iij be Ihe 18rVYeslerila was1 anil the most delightful one I had asaed incc I left 1 had been coiisldennr he mailer all tho and hail come tn let he cnneqnonces be whilthey I noiild lint Iraiel Blolher Sabbath I endenvoipd lo persuade lo but would not soI took my robo ami somo and lit ibcm co ahead But I did nrl stny alone Oh nrl 11 ad Ihe OUT was jlrangeWll may altmt n Ihesedfiise mountain God plant hal I mny eier feel lhe neatness lo Him lint I Oil I remembeicd ll m far iff friends and I iff friends and I fell lhal I was slailul abnul day nnd ovpr oli Ihe boys just as ihpy had finished break traveled only about ivpr R horrible and in many places had been obliged to let Ihe wagon down ihe ocks with For Ihe last three days we four yoke of our calllo behind he wagim in going the a line p I of Mock lay dead by the mad side and u sump places he stencil is Wha will il be amnnlh heiict Tiie cnilnlty ulll he Impaisabln on that account alone As a conseijuence of the loss o so much he issfruwii wilhVva and alnnsl eveiy thing ym can We four oxen out of the Tho team belonging tn Mr Cantields mess became sn weakened jhei weip nbligeiliii leave tfipfr wagnui and the are distributed about other wag 1 think mess can never bi sulli clpuly thaiikfiil to GUI for Ills to for we have nut lost a single am are as and as we coiild expect on this L Aug morning we our about two where the Truolcee river discharges its wa ters into PyVainld to where wt now The river has beenafiue clearv Wo a with grass pea a peifect paradUe tit our nnd abnut fifteen miles fiom where we first iho Up to this pninr ihebotinm has been confined belwern hiRl precipituiis and very nairow baiiks are skirted with an now and then fine cdllon wood suppose you would hardly think but that one on such n trip as must have rushy spare but is not Then nuvvfive of us In our mess and it is oiin pidered Iho shaie of two lo do the ciuikini ll the hecpme sp iutgluiabr rooky and lhal It lakes two of us CIMI llautly wilh the Iraini and when we sloji j liino lo add Lal night tie found and lenly and Ihe midst of lhe llgginits find all lhe wild stories we lad all well and all our slock In good We abnul fnrty miles from Johnsons They are dlgclng about nine miles from I again aasoon as we gel seltled and ell j on nil 1rovlsluns ami nlmnst every thing else are repotted as cheap at San Francisco as In Ilin but lere hey have the miulcraln prices 95 per for bacnii L45 and 50 cents for beef and Dour other things iu pro pi This is lhe wjldcil counlry Innblei and very Theie is said lo ie some sicknessih thelow Tho as far as lhave Imve Ihe same geneia lhat Ihey have In iilhcr They work till Ihey make aralsrvaiiil Ihen live easy 1111 they sjiond II They all assure me lhat any nno can make plenty nf if they can I Iliink I slmulil not bo Iron bird lii nut I have no more time 10 I will say Hint iho company we left are all broken up into two and guide hns gone InOicgmi nnd many of them will bo obllg 011 to golheru as thcv atpsninetwfiih days an English by actual thai cuttjngilT the lops oftheipotato while quile greeny nnd before Iho tu ber has allnlnid lls full Is a sure venllio of the dlsrase which of late proved so injurious to thai valuable This operation will nol growth or weighhiej over lhre has been received from California by of Now Voik II was assayed In ExAUIer man of ibpabpvo and btars hit Imjijinl lii vaiiouq if We are indebted to tho pbllleiiiiss nl Hie fur lain New Orleans for which we return Ihauks as perfect as those pb lalnfd froni the West raised in present if ason wiihoul a resell lo hoi or murh extra trouble of any Tho seed cuds of sev apples nere planted close uinlei Ihe Suulh side of a anil no other at Iciillnn was lilven hemthan simply In pro tecl thitn from frul the after LOOK beasts are nm look to earth man only Is and looki towards From this mar should learn Ihnt II is bis province alone lo expect celestial juys am leaving be hind the earll and its lie should fit III i eyes on Hint gloiiotit to which deah until the oxlsl TUB tVY PREACHEROF ran i 1 nV Et Rtmorober Iliy Creator In Iho ilaja ofth while Iho ivll coma norlhejeara trnw when Iliou skill lliaye no pleasure In there is no trail of Iho human charncler nore and no mark of piety losse than Ihe solicitude which mnny igcd men and women often b furnish irrefragable evi dence Ihatlbej fur the welfare of Iho King1 That parents should feel a lit ily Inleresl for Ihe welfare of their insuring when Iheir own hands are laiilMow n Is naluialas we see lhat nany who havo Ihemseltos but faint conceptions of he wonder woiking power ofGodi and evince but slight regard fnr nny of iBul when we find nen and womennho neter and who frmn their ears must knowjhul Ihey never Ihoparental beslowW heir and laboring wilh their plus and lo leach oulh to fear God and teep His we arc forced 0 Ihe ihnl Ihey are actuated olely by lhal principle lhal leaches us lo oiethe Lord our God wllh all onr our neighbor as oursell Many eml ieiil Insjancosina nlso be of men tho have been bruuitht to see Ihe onoi of heir grcnt upnn Ihls and as a burnt child dreads Ihe becoming the most ellicient labnreis In liaiu up way Ihnli Ihey should Ihe royal preacher rrom whom my Icxl Is the most II iHlrinus As the humblest of all the laborers in this I address Ihisjiny lo ynu because ou ate strmiff llescued as by a from iho snares and temptations thai now surround ami beset beinjlhe of fnnr sons lhat I must shotlly leat e lo share Iheir ot wllh ou for went or leel a solli ude for joor Hint emboldens me tins seriously nnd nlleclinnntely lo hesiirch to remember your Creator tu the of your as nur surcsl shield ngainst evil the mil hat can bear you snfily over HID storm lavcsnflhis lioublBjoine wntld I hate Iwo dear children tn their final lug with less of pain than 1 Icel eve day nt Ihe right of Ihose establishments vhich Abound in every Ihnt seduce tn to to and all heir Furl jcari I apromli icnland lucralivo station the dramnllc irofesslon lo deolalm ngniiM these Were not thenn drnpfn iho bucket in vlial now prevails And this I suppose to 10 tho origin of all lhal of popular 1 during which now in heso Unl id al leat I knpw uf nnno wlto pre ceded me For many jears I con emplattdlhe renewal of these n initable for my dc rctvson Ihit ihtre n peculiar propriel lhat et good should brglil al Ihnveinli and once again rospeclfnllv a hearing If thlsishiiiild bn shall thoti humbly ask lhal fnvor of he citizens of other Slates And if I sllpll d find Ihe world Ilio wicked lo or Ino qond to my and compelledpalia period of life when others tcllro from lo return ncnln tn the lo obtain my daily I nhallbe in pos lesslon of convincing that Iho fault wns not I Ihnt every thing good has ever mel cat and Ihls per Imps may be the fiita of my humble lee other And If I uiy geiillemnn cavllernne man upon hisihead lalilr1 I think Iho answer would yes ttllh Iwo es Wilh Ihiei still wheie will you slopIf my exer ions in the cnufO cif of nnil are oud nnv be dispensed mny and so nnd so all may sll and fold heir nnd see vice and onr ruplinn in nm In guv our laud iltwitit he of Such a piinciplv wns never taiichl to act think I haddone good onuligh wliiut lhe ability reinnined In accomplish Hill lhe clock strikes Hdmonishingme have but few in cm I must acain resume my wanted Ing with meek submission to lliil lhal fur a ginernliiiu hns compellrd me to broad by Ihe swenl of my I bilni all iny rainhlliigdissertations to a close nnil with a short will prnceed lo witiij up the last thread of iny And In addicts to have insisted much upun the iinpurtnnco of piety lo secure Ihiir well I liope youwlil niit be if I in something of a similar strnln It Fur my young inre the heirs apparent this which Iho pro sent incumbents shortly leave o you You nro just entering in launching to nil un known uf those who have made this should treasuredenter than licficr than gold howbultthey are aoiironiModis Tills sea on which youhavc jist ed nn elegant author has bvantifnlly ex pressed mny appear to you sinnmh nm as the lako of Iho Hut py will you If you do lot find it fonmiof and bulling with where ynu vill be ludaiiuer iif belua nver whelmed by waves nf or doshei1 anainst rucks nf daiiQermis eventful And whnl a de lhal which system of tliit shal enable nil In snfely tu perform this voyngt1 to this Uniternus nnd guide their trembling bark in sight u that desired rViltj where a gloiiuus Ilcncun whose liulil ascemU n bove Ihe by the aid of Which nil mny safely slcf course inlu the haven What a pilol this mnilbil and win wnuld unilertake Ihls vnyngq without thii piicoless 1f Ihe wnrld cuutaliieir n such a nnd such a system been given lo man in Holy And finm whencecmihl stidh a ryslemcume but from that Uulng who bids the llshtningi ami thunders who bids Iho lusec craw ami vvorlds vvho moulded It Illspnlm Ihoe placet Iuieriii slheliut as they s TUe liauil that mailu us ia U r t Blind call jou urn And notbehollihlshnlenlygcm i Ah nol methlnhs I hear yini r What star uh thu our tra It Is Hie Star of Udhlchcml And can wisindidi uleaiuni tiiiltf how lUvlnct lojiln Ills an easy laiki humbly Anil ou i our Ihls alar will shine 1 1 t Mn Eorron I hnve Justf read In jour mper a project to break up lhe pracifce nlnen of Query How shall ow sa ellVcl be produced upim the Biiiiwnol a who and chew the filthy j mi to Ill please give iho follow Ing a place In your If ou think is worth he notice of the few Ihnt have tnUng trees already and the main that ought lo have otchanlj nbohaienwn ny appks In pailleulnr sny II fs not uipnssed in piiut beauty and t hich is Iho caue ui Ihe req 101 lhal I am abnul to try lo cumpt I go lo n good nnd select according to varieties ef which nrmimalwajs found on the bpt Infilling I Vert It e whero r inlend them lo han I found them g owing In the ami I put no manure abiiut them Iho first as they cannot bear it wllh profit lhe next season 1 lemoio the earth caio nil Irom Iho Itrot to as nol lo Injure Ilio and place about one peck of well rot ed manure frmn or chalTarouml each covering II wilh Ihe loose dirt I had la nn from round Ihem I continue lo do Ihls ver spring for fmr or five seasons keep f high onllit and avoii Ing the cillllvnilmr of small grain among ri I cross plow the browing Iho dlil lo the trees which sotm gives ench tree n lhat prevents any fiom standing about A mound bus thrown up Is Illie the sunl In bur solar which Is l There Is a which shines so The that onre Us brants lulli nuvcrmoro be Uutln nljhli Dut revels Iu Its Joyous Like lambs UIHIII iHrcnnlol i There Is s slur to It HsMs our ejes Id joyous Imbues ourmluds withhoatoiilyilreamsi f And makes us count uur our Ihitlolts Tho lustra or tho sun Is dim 1 H wraps our drowns our the child pfihonesly and what you mean lo doori everyoceasloHjaridj Ir Ban If it Is reasonable If tell P nlnly why you You will moaif him by any wrong thing to make a nor lo keep one Ihe man who re qUies j on lo do so is purchased al s Deal but ntenj you will findlljthe policy IbafiWeWj the Above nil do nol appear to othersVt what you arc i If you have any fault find any tell w hat ydji There is no moredanS serous experiment than that of undertaking l to be one Ihing lo a mans face to speakiouti of f as the phrase lijt ami ssyand do what We are1 willing to bejrestcj1 of by It Is of by men IMs best MiiTli hlgbertHan t looks up and nnfnlds he wings when he 60 which we have he lakes as he rises and Ihe ashes of his feathersfall bsik tojhe and Ihe unveiled Aj freed from Its covciing of and pure Hcends on Even In the i of the dim shadows moutitalns of he future Ihe morning rays of a sun which rlW here io the InhabtlmikV polar re cions looks Into ihe long there s no at midnight sees a light Ilko lhe first tosyirays of gleaming on the highest mountain ami hethinks of bh long summer II never mis inrown up alwajs more loose nnd thanlfculilvatedsmonthaml mil Ihcrcfore gives a thrifty growth to he If a shows fruit lhal Is nol I graft or bud In thai which Is goon anil hereby I have such fruit as I VI kiPp iVioula front lha roolsrbv Ihnm close at Ihe lime I havo tho dirt removed to plnco he mantire round the If n roe Is not hrifly w lien I set I wash it wlih soap suds and llchlly spill the AVhen I find a ree blued b a bno or I ping Iho hole with diy which is soon covered b he groulh of Iho and lllllo or no dam ico will be done lo I have put nut trees both tn the spring and nnd I wnuld prefer tho though Iho diUVrenco would nol came mo lonnll for as one Irio set In nn Is w oilb Iwo lhal are nnly alked I always nnd leave them in he natural soil lhe first season As I have noticed Ihe character of my may satisfy some one to say where I got my Wllh the exception of a vei I got Ihem from There Is a mysterious reeling iiuenlly passes like a cloud over of In the social circle calm anil 1 silent retrent of power Is alike supreme over Ihe weak and At one lime II is caused by Ike flitting of a sin gle thought across the ill come booming 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