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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 30, 1849, Alton, Illinois ll PUBUSIIKO EVERY AT ALTON BY JOHN BAILHACHE 00 A let ono aquare or 1 oo A liberal deduction mode to yearly itLMiTTAncu by mail may bo made at Iho risk corner of Third ami Uiaimilslsi Philadelphia t la Naiv Baltimore and authorizes lo receive Ailvertlsomonts Intended tor insertion Id tali imieri ami also to net ni our general Agcniln ann milter conneclol with our publication We onpy from an a but Instructive enlillud A Novel which originally appeared In Qodoys Ladys hopo that tho incul cates may be useful to some of those Into whose hands our present number may By giving it a plaoe in our how million that it Is especially applicable to Ihe readers of On the con wo lake pleasure In this Is on idle our whose number steadily on he ge nerally In our o the best and cleverest men In Illi as it Ij probable lhat sorno of through sheer may have Buffered themselves to fall Into saute predicament as did Honest Squlro ment of our in January will subject us to a heavy immediate di burse as well as to a largely increased an nual we such upon llie perusal of the simple story in ques make a personal application of the moral it like the worthy remit the amount of Iheir respec tive indebtedness with all practicable ex The letter In Ihe next from an adventurer lo to a near relative in this having been politely placed at ded to publish it al under the convic tion thai Iho account It gives of the writers by water and from Panama to Sail will prove generally ac ceptable lo the We presume that Iho and enjoyments of the vatlfd a they unquestionably will not bo coveted by Tfc Wo bate received Iho Oiloter numberotthls excellent mcrf TI and Faith their Clalma and Atrlculturo and Poetry and Foots ie t Unaound Social ripyrt This unauealltmably iluds In Iho front rank of Illerary ro Immediately upon Us arrival In by Leonard Scolt 70 Fulton Now Vurk al tho very low rate of Three Dollars per taanmj and to such aa also lako Iho North and Wcatminstcr Ejlohtfrgli Itlrewiae ropublished by the lima enterprising the annual priie of lhe whole ulhy no loss than twenty four tci Iqf which aro truly splemtlili contains forty dilteront MUrHiUlonionilonehunarKlpneosofllleniry mailer Ii inotahly alloeothor Ilio moil beautiful monthly cvir yet Issued In tho United Ibcral jiro 1ililor nromlsoa lhat tho Lailys Book br 1880 ihall lunnu lhat for arirl excocil all pail ami to and In addllloa lo the expensive lor tho MYDEAB1 After a silence whloh you no doubt supposed was caunod by my I reiume Iho pen to give you a faint dencrlpiion of my journey from Panama to this and rny adventures by sea and When I last wrote to I was on the ovo uf starting on the brig Tw o Friends Ihe next day I pill myself and luggage on All was and Pas were hurrying on and boals ar riving ullh frcishl and provlslonsand lhe decks so crowded and lumbered up lhal il alrniisl impossible lo gain a fooling on lhe mate lhe main bairn and as fat as a trunk made Us would call oiil Where ls Ihe owner of till bagrjagff he ought to be bore lo attend lo Down in Iho hold wllh And down It would fall lo the bottom of the etery Ihirig fn lit II reminded me strongly of one of Marry alls descriptions In Prank of clearing a ship for hat and every wero r so f Hat It would tnjiurmi a sear en warrant lo find nhat belonced lo you and the confusion of tongues rivaled all dcscrip lions of Babel lhal I have ever Ihe anchor and Ihe cheerily hoi of Ihe as Ihe n indlass rallied and the anchor swung up to our was highly not yel Tho vessel ran down under easy sail lo tho Island of Toboga to lake In waler preparatory to Thl Island is situated in Ihe and about 12 mites from As soon as night come 1 went down to turn in but found Ihe whole cabin filled with guods of every and what fewbcrlhs Ihere were like a horse and sleep no I hunted up ono of the and by promising him a bottle of persuaded him lo hang my ham had belter bear In If you ever sailor lo do a menial olllce for you you will iusull him if you oflsr him money In pay through a botlle of The nexl morning when I I found thai the ship had come to an and on oing on 1 saw the Island of Toboga Immediately lowered and all the passen gers given lo understand that they must go nhore until the vessel was On the rruiti and vegetables and we immediately look up our quarters with Il Is strange to nilnesi Ihe assurance of They would go Inlo any pilvole lie down on the talk to any lady they and rnnke Ihemielvcs aa comfortable as though they had been or were old leaving Panama We amused our selves by exploring the by hunting Iho for pine and dialling and laughing wilh the Spanish After we had been here a day or It began to be rumored lhat more tickets had been sold by the chatter parly lhan the law allowed the vessel lo carrj and that Ihere would bo such a crowd on board that it would engender sickness and A meellngof Ihe passengers nai held and it was resolved that so many and no more and not Ihe heart the bel and If you ever have occasion lo make Lili11 you wl T h ruth lhan poetry ho vlcluals on board j i r ColTuo and lard breakfast beans fur dinner coffee and bread fur Ihl nut cooked In stilliclcnl quantities and many anight I have gune hungry lo The passengers were ami al I he ciptaln was cursed ind Insulted lo his Scranto t Ii Ii ho H and d Had B e not anticipated a nd deliverance from our UnplfaMntStfua I have nodoiibt tnaf Ihere nould liave 3een open mutiny upon llie We were crowded 10 close that you could hard H stand wilhoul treading on some ones toes Every thing was Ihiowu lorjelher and as fait as you put jour trunk or carpet bag down In one you would have It mov edfor One man told me lhat he had put a small hand trunk down in Ihe cabin lhal every one swore lhat il was In Ihe wav and lhat dining the whole voyage ho had lever seen it twice in Iho same place bul that It hod been handed from place to place made Its daily circuit of Ihe cabin The first Sunday that we were out we de termined to have religious Ihere an itinerant preacher on who Ivided his lime between talking on relief ous and peddling jackknives and Wilh some we tevailed upon him to deliver an exhorto I rend a chapter In Ihe and gave put n Brolher such made a prayer and ex and one of the passengers read tlon though ir and up of relleo inds of miles from B wide wllh no Inoon uiand elcr le same Ihrone of mercy nllh tha prayers jat w era then probably being olfdred un by ur relatives and loved ones at All ent olr well and every one seemed to be e contemplated spending each succeeding unday In Iho samo beforo the was half Brolher follow ngonoof Iho Apostle Pauls medical reci was a Physician as well as a Di end take a Hide nine for the some accident mistook htvquantily or and got most luTully boosj though no doubl lurely caused him to loie Ihe joiifidf nee of Ihe and from lhal day every thing like religious services e found some hole I stop during the was About five oolnck on the noon of Ihe 20lh of all were on and vvhen we oarae to count there were 176 passengers luslpad of Some were for slopping Ihu and compelling charter potty Iu lako olT the additional llred lif Ihelr long sojourn uu and fearing lhal Ihey would be I1 biook no and called proceed and get the vel III Philadelphia Throe IWlari per annum for ono copy two for Five Mini or llvo cbpleslbr fen regret to M no aunibat has reached failure or frequent vua Seutly diiiiiiilihos the rjralllloalion ivc reciplion at Ihe ono coiiy or annual km iiuiid ill to It in addition to tho usual a largo mass or most use on almost every suhjecl conncclcilwllb and Induilryi is very neatly got uri and all much above Iho best m limed In Iho United perhaps in Iho may bo Inferred from Its It Is publlahed by and oniorrirlslng Newspaper ami Ad Uiling Tribune One Dollar per dozen or Sc MOolliruM hundred w Wtiltrn Ugat second num monthly bearing the above has Juit 01 tt h to o members un irafMiipn Wolt of lhe M lluriil and determined In tha highest Courts of of Illinois and In advance of Iho ulllclal puhllca Each less lhan alilched annual volume of nearly Per The name of w JM not appear In the number before llSj ejMSe from the Imprint that tho work Is pub by k November sacsh hasjuslmadellsarocar W coveted Hii Inslead of vta VT eotouragemont bo gl two In reidia pumber lo contain aa mucb H me f low ralo of Fitly CcnU per ao I AT and publlabed by lhe pMbn esteemed Pastor of the I fer thi etagj protests In the If tight l uuSl r ill lM oo proy bave volr fttel jrnipn who imiy mn No i concluded his he wai inteirupted groans and You may as much as you please said he hut I am from and my bouie knife can if I Hero hd oration was dilution by an universal about of and hedeCLuded In Ihe having gain ed nothing but the sotlbiiqiiet uf by which bu was called always after Atiolher called loudly lo have ship I am from said I know all about You hud bettor believe I hnvb commanded a vessel for Ihe last Ihirly years and I went captain of her lhe very day I bought iritn Itell you will all die on board of Ibis Here some oiio called vessel you Commanded wus no thing bul an oyster smack and you were never out SO inllos lo sea before In your Turn him The finding thai he could nol 6x the gave il Others tried In bul cries him him go so Interrupted them that Ihey found it imposnible lo be Amidst this the captain wai silent1 ly giving his orders and beforo any one knew the vessel had gotten under Aa soon as his was quiet was again restored and the pansetigers all sought their if they were Airiunalo enough lo have I had swung my hammock from the main shrouds lo ihe trysailmast and with nothing but the bluo vault of I laid myself down for Ihf The air was and I slept soundly until the next when I was by lhe hoarse cry Down ham mocks and looking I saw tho sai lors busy washing llie and Ihe pas sengers turning up from the hold to give the cook a chance to gel Wo were out of sight of and sailing out of llie bay with a fair I looker afoiind fpr those tvho had taken such an aotlve part in Ihe proceedings of the previous evening but I could scaioely recognize any an alteration had a few hours of sickness Oue little who had come on board with a while linen jacket and dressed as heat as a school girt go ingto a wai I Ing sprawling on tho his clothes all llje cold perspira tion standing on bis damp hair streaming in Ihe and his features the very picture of think from bis looks be would have sold out bit iuteiesllu After enduring n almost called Santa Don San Hero vessel and taking ra without tnew I was loo ll with Spruanci ie eat the wol i ho place at whlcL light miles from n laving ale an nu imiu UHY OIK of the passengers tried to cm one of Soran moulllr 1 OD swore that of amusement which lie boat alTor The whole deck was covered with trunki and boxes and Ihe passengers wore In playing every kind of sober game of whlal to the more exciting ones of brag and draw One while we were all amusing ourselves his and the sun was pouring ddwn icrfecl sheet of fire on our we re interrupted by aomc one of the passen A booby Is a species of bird resembling a wild but having a much larger Ihey generally follow ahlps close lo Ihe and feed upon Ihe offal which is thrown The sailors and passen Bersamuso themselves by trolling a line bailed with nhlchlheboobj swallows and Is Immedialely pulled on At Ihe Interruption many ofthe players were about lo alto summary vengeance upon the intru Bul a bnppy Idea happened lo slrike one of and he railed lo MIssNsippj lo bring game and they would have The cock brought and pitted tho The lo Iheir desire to this new speciesof lefl cards and ami crowd ed arid iqufezed each ran high booby and in lhe excitement not a fuw re ceived black eyes and bloody The ronsler wagame to the but did not nn derilaitil liii adveisaryV Abonl the Ihird the booby caught the cock by Ihe when we looked for al most Ihewhole of hli body had disappeared iu the enormous bill of the ami so wo were compelled lo choke him Afler thi fifihl bo from Iho am winged his flight from no doubl repeal inn lo In Ihirly we made where we Mopped for waler and This possesses lhe most beauliful harbor I ever f The town Ii neat and lhe inhabitants far belter lucking than those of most Mexican Some ol Ihe women are Here you wll find all llie luxuries of a logolhei with the prnduclluninfa temperate climate We vlnlled the lnilificaiion and all the pub lic look a jaunt inlo the country some 15 anil attended a fandango The Inhabitants treated us very a manifested grealadrnlralion of Iho Americai We stayed In cily one week and left In hljh expectation nf reaching Ihla place in a ai we had made half Iho distance in thai But when we were again at nothing bul head winds pre The was a lugger built could not beat against be wjnil a mile in an linirr afler beiug at sra Ihirty we found lhat we had not made over SOQ The water was and we were put upon a pint a wllhoul lea Then Ibe provisions gave out and we lived upon and ounce of sail pork a Aflermuch we made Cape where we got waler and jerked The place we stopped at was a ranch owned hv n all nikn hnil I lie fiiawv ITD ni WBH It IMIIC1I ownv by a an who ha married a Mexican and down He had any quantity of cat lie and wllh many of lha convent enoes of life The woods in this neighborhood abound wilb plenty of game and together wllh milk and whloh we got during were very palatable to men who bad been almost star After watering the we again put lo sea but the same 111 luck attended The waler agajn ran shorl we were put upon a pint of beans a and could by hook or obtain enough to satis fy Ihe guawings of passen dlspiriled and on accouul of do became loo dar a fire and1 or the Ives and every one fieuls would a common man put on a clean Ib get whipped tftjiirdihlp and living finally made a port miles below leTrrolnedlo leave Iblngbiil a pair of ex for ilcmrry I start preferring to dying of was twenty and without we star oclock In he and sideofi nextjnornfng over until Invas most Mr who my looso joints up lo my ancles nadlnrr Ihroiigh the hot and rny legs bendini under the weight of my you would Mvo found a boiler subject for plly than and Ihe as I gain a point which I supposed is the aud see another peak sill Ing up before rne and blocking up my I could not restrain the bitter Irnpre cations and curses that would force them Jives from between my clenched About three oclook on tho evening of Ihe we made llie and found t inhabited by aevoial peons of a tveallhy They told us lhat Ihey bad nothing to eal bul I took rny gun and rhol a which three of us managed to sat In Ihetourse of the We found anchei on tho road at intervals of Jnd 40 we could stop and get meat and I he road for Ihe nosl part rough and hilly the ranches roailuated in pleasant well na end Ihe ground is very Ai nany of them we got po peaches and many Iher We also got some wine man faolured from Iho Isabella which suppose was lhe first puro juice of Ihe grapo I hare ever Their vineyards ire large aud I was told by Ihe nallvos that t was a for The peo do on the road treated us very kindly and ifler 12 days hard Including stop lages and we arrived at San Iliis was better walking lhan I ever ex reeled to do250 miles In 12 Some Imes wo were as much as tyvo days with out any Ihlng and some limes we had lo walk 33 miles for The lar gest days walk was 47 The town of San Diego ls a small place and If it were nol for the faol that it made the depot for Ihe United Stales and Mexican commissioners now running tho boundary il would be ofllllla or no Im 1 here Is no tarern or any oou venlence for slmngenjand not met in old who Is conneo led vtith the and who gave me a bed and a seat al his I should have ariived In this place ten days Yon may think I was foolish to stait upon a sail but you must remember lhat I had leen delayed in Panama a long lime thai Ihe sickly season was coming on and my expenses were very Ihe town was crowded wllh who all wanted pasaage and would have been glad In have had my llcket 1 he sieamera had not been beard and It was lhal their crewshad deserted There was no Ihlng left lo dp and I acted as I supposed wisely al lhe Ihnugh it proved unfnilu nale for I arrived here with but in my although I had wllh considerable money But ray oxpeniM were high at Ibe different pot Is wo slopped al and nn our vessel everj ihing at exorbitant I have known one dollar paid for half a plnl of wo I was determined not lo be however so I registered my name al Ihe and paid for the first days nonMint v fivwy taya his Ihero Is a great deal more InvolVedln is bo Indignantly II as libel inhu an nalurej show almost Ihal they ivo their Thoionllinent just quo to certain money by which every man may be tempted Inlt violation1 of honor and Bul Ibis only ila most palpable and grossest slgnt icaliou and thus It will not car a univerial Hundreds id who are constantly giving In one form or lhal Ihey have Iheir would reject wllh Indlg any attempt In matter bow largo tho consider ation Whal thendoes II mean Is Sim that every by hat an evil and lhat Ihere Is some form of itlon as an eally beselllng will draw him aside from a Junl regard to his nelghbora unless he be forllfied by rue religious principle formed In his mind ifler he has attained the age of rationality Jinl It is not speaking loo boldly lo lhat no man reaches the ago of rational wlihout in small or being drawn aside Into acls hat were not just 16 In proof there let every man examine his own heart ind review own Beyond no ivideuce Is asked lo substantiate Iho posi lon lhal every man has his One will yield a point of In order to icetiro some trilling Another nill speak evil of his from Ihe act lhat It makes him feel pleasant lo do so pleasurable feeling Is his r An whoso love of desire to lave lhe credit of being a truly honest uorderto forward his leads him o strict reclilude before the will withhold a sixpence or shilling of the full amount really due lo a coal heal or olher poor from horn he has received a and expe ence a feeling of satNfacllon at having he thai such men have their prlcef Hundreds and thousands Ihus sell hemselves dally and who nould as an imult beyond an olTer of money make a falio accusation Ihe modcratoum 01 The cily of San Franolioo contains about Almost every building Isataverni grocery gambling and every kind of names are played from Faro to of every capital a man can make money at Dinging gold Is nnl Iho best business by Some who are fortunate make a good deal of money but the majorfly birl I have rented an office at per and commenced practicing law but I cannot say I I have notneen enough ofthe country to give any advice or opinions when I write to you again I hope o bo able to give you a atlsCaclory i r hcautirul lines originally atipearei In tho a ncr iotlicol atarlod Qbotit twenty yean ago by the boys or Eton YOUTH AND 1 oden think each tottering rorm That Hmna along in liuii Oncn bore a heart aa aa As ruUirtillolhoufliUf And oach baa had ill ilruam of His own unequald pnto romance Commencing when the hlnildng boy First thrills at lovely womans And each could tell hla lalo of youth Would think ila scenes of lovo evince filoro niore unearthly Than any lalo before or Veil they could tell of tender At midnight iienned ill clanlc shmlei Of ilaya mole bright than modern Aud maids moro ralr than modern or wblijieri In a willing or klaies on a bluihing cheebi Each eAch far loo For modern lips to give or Of pailiona tou untimely Or paaiinni sllghlotl or Of kindred spirits early And buds that bloiaom but to Of boamlngeycs and Irenes Klaillc form and noble browj rormt that nave oil paticd A nd IcR them what wo see rbcru nowl And la It human lovo So very light and fnll a thing And rouat youths biighteat viilons move Forever oo limits restless wliigf tituit ill tin eyos lhat still are And all Ihe llpa tbat lalk of And all lb rormi au fair lo Hereafter only to n Then what are eartha bolt viilons IT we il bit mull lose loom tbusl If all we valuo most on earth long most fade away from ui Editor of the Savannah Rf lean hai eaien a squash weighing IU5 13 the flavor was The seed came from the Mediterranean And ho lived to toll III the u Then you think him willfully n some I do not gay But I anTwoll aatlsfted that I could probe him Iu such a lo lnl1 by a neglect almost has wronged for and atlll his lhat ho has en the goods of aijollrer wllh ut I hats rather a grave t Let every one examine his own heart and his own and sco In certain acls of bla so secret as almost to pass wlihout hli reflecting upon he Is or a consideration fell lo be Par Ing wllh honor and Integriij f The exam inaliun Is worth Bul we are saying too much by wav of introduction to a little lhat occurred In a certain town which shall be Juilloe Oirgarr was a cily town and had the eputatlon of being an honest He was spoken of an Huneit Squire Gregory by every one and knowing the reputation in which he was he felt nol a Illlte pride And few men were more strlotlv lionest than Squlro In his deal he was careful to regard others rights as well his and more frequently called and paid such bills as happened lo be against lhan walled for them lo be sent I dont know how others view lhe mat he used lo say but for my when I have enjoyed Iho properly obtained from It seems to rne lhal the least I can do la lo pay for If money i not worth calling or send ing Ills not worth was Ihe usu al reply to I wish I could gel my under which every man lo pay what he on es the moment he ha Ihe ability lo do The waiting lo be called on Is say what you will of In se cret reluctance lo pay what Is juiily I dnnl call that a clearly honest I know what it IsIve fell ll bun dtcds of times and have lo fight agaluit it We all Invenur Il happened nne ibat Sqiiire Grego ry and bin character for formed the subject of conversation among tevoral per one of whom was the Editor of a newspaper published In Ihe Squire remarked Ihe af ter listening firr some tlma to what was Is no doubt one of the most bonosl men liv Sllll 1 do nol believe him to be strictly said one of lhe ocmp that Squire Gregory could not bo lomp in the valuo of a lo wrong another by withholding what was justly hh or by overreaching in a said lhe Eillloi to that I think as highly uf Squire Gregory as any man In But I anna that I can pill him to a as wel ai every man that hows a palpable disiegard lo the plainest and most common seme views of The facl and its no use trying to dony we as Burke have our Thai there Is ap Eerlaiulng to ui all some or easily eseltlng Ihnl leads us almost Into whloh our neighbors sulfur wrong either In property or reputa if not iod into direcl we are faelinyed Inlo omissions of duly by which others are equally Then weare evil of one not by but by Whalislbedirrerencer Neceiiily would make Ihe stale a fixed one bul Inherited evil prapnnillles may ba overcome and il Ii the duly of every man to search Into his of n heait and and to see In what he Is tempted of hla nature lo do wrong to When he has dlscov ercd Ihe lurking devil in Iris let him oast him as be can if he Humph Thats your Iheorjl And so you dont Ihiuk our Squire honeit In every thing I do all I hare o say If he Is not a atriclly honest I dont believe there one in the I dont know how thai may replied Ihe I only know lhal we are all born whh propensities to seek our own good at the coat of even the rights of our follow wen and that no man iUea supo rior lo this evil without many and stiuggles with the evil will ibat Is over Iwuqiiu iu icucui iur then taking Ihe pen lgncd You are are my laid a he took outhls pocket Bbolrfc and selected Ibo necessary of the and have the point objection In lhe the Edit JP K d VnrfjK v S So the parly Grcgoryi As they Ibtrn saloO Squire We domo to trj u case in your Ab Ihe Our friend sajslha lou are nol a strictly honest and weve ironphl him to prefer Ihe charge lo your So consider yourself on Tho blood mounted lo the very forehead of Squlro at such an unlocked for and scandalous Not houesil Whal does ho mean said he in n disturbed Jint what ho returned Ihe Editor Ohl youre Irving to play a pleasant said Ibe by any was BI perfectly In ho wont admit that any man by slrlclly And avows lhat Iho best sometimes permit themselves to be led away by somo easily besetting sin into acli of wrong to Perhaps ho Is right he Squire But I should very much like him to put his hand on any acl of by which nnolhor has suffered Lei him point o Iho and I pledge myself to make cillliition friend B theres a chance for raid one and And you are willing to be put lo the said the addressing SqUIre certainly Speak Lay your land upon the and I will acknowledge though Ihe Squire said this prompt his countenance wore a serious and ret rospective He was plainly enough runninjf over Iho lo toe ivherefn lia had been B half and ben Squire I think I have sten at your house the Saturday Posl1 You And Ibe North American Review And Godeyi Ladys Book I take all and havo done so for lhaso six I wouldnt be nllhoul The Review U a work I read with much interest as for Ihe Ladys Book and ray family would be lost withoul So I should Now don me for one nrore Ask as many as you you regularly paid your lion lo Ihese three works Yeytyes rtol slarn mered out the Bbbutj It Is not my Are you sureof that was the Editors calm 1 have not been called upon by Ihe col lector of either publication fur two or three The money has snd would havo been paid down hod the bills been A thousand Is agoodWaya o send a collector for a bill or three Ihe But mine is not Ihe only account of of course much the grief ol Ihe aupposo there ore hall a dozen biils lo coilvot in our toivrv would ll piy to send a collector a whole thousand II might pay a collector to come from Ihe Irteareit to In course of his regular collecting he had It would cost him to come from Hie near est town remain a couple of and then say five Could I be done for less I think he collect twenty he must drduct twenty five per for ex besides Afler how much do you think would be loft for tho Why donl they appoint lojfal agenU Thai would lave Ibis And havejto Hend a iu the lo get Ihe money out of Iho local agents Let them appoint honest How ls a a thousand miles a poliig lo in honoil He may select thirty honest men In Ihirly dif ferent and ten dishonest agents in lei other The Ion dishonest agents col lect and keep the money aud Ihe Ihirly honeit ones will perhaps oo much lo attend mailers uf their lo look after the publishers Ive seen Ihe practical working of this and know precisely what are Its Then I can only relumed Ihe lhat publishers have a pretty hard lime hi getting what is jually You may well say Squire Grego Whal is Ihe remedy For every man who takes a periodical lo fee that he Is bound in honor and houosly lo pay for I feel thai and yet I have not paid for the Ladys Book in two nor for Posl in I have nol had Ihe opporlu Rather Squire that your hnnest and honorable feelings have not been permllled to come into There has been no Perhaps you are mistaken as lo Not at Would you embrace the oppottunfty now if it were presented Certainly I Give me a sheet of paper and a said lhe They were handed to and bo sat down and GoDEYiDear ed you will find twelve for my twoytart subscription tbe Ladjn idilresslng his rather think you returned ono iv lib a Clearly K I suppose I oant seo lhal tho Sijniie Is so much to f your said Squire I Wnk I am a good deal lo Herefqrf wo or three weekly and love I and my family been enjoying these excellent each numberi6f which has beon soul with a cost of fully equal lo what would have been cil of me to Bend onco in Ibo the ling subsctiplion money in a letter by as for as I am I dont call his or excusable under any I acknowledge Ihe card JI was not honest In Ihe for I withheld t what was due when I mlghtland should have paid If all their subscribers are no better than honest Squire Heaven help Thais all Ive got o And If any of you are In Ibe tamo wllh just go home and make a conscience of The number of loiters mailed for editors and that lo tho own of Y was altogether fllinalej that lomelhlrk like a lundred dollars went to the OK n before sun went wore over thirty J t H j A NEW Our atteq nol In this thing at X i Individual who had como be to Gregory wasltojbH Ion as drawn a few days since lo a load at tho door of a cllksn in pearance resembled uuburnl n e found lhat It was an article of fn Ihe vicinity ofNewtona a few miles out of Ihe from a ivampy piece of low land whloh furnlthai on nrllclc much resembling learn that Ibis muck orpoatls a mill ind then pressed Iplojlie of bricks for Ihe purpose of thoroughly hen it is ready for It Is considered to be quite as cheap as hard ntofer crabla to either coke or there being no gas or smoke Thou sands oftwns have already been taken from affording a ulceptont Ihe ownersand T A STIUNOE Bremen containa Jhe followingtadverllsement A young gentleman on the point ling married is desirous of meeting of who will dissuade hlmfrbui such a A Ohtneit Traveler in the Unllid Among a file of papers loSSth of July Is Iho following In Iho Gazette ntt A natito of Fokeen who calls relation of Ihe famous Commissioner accompanied a gonileman lo Ihe and examined wilh very great atten tion all the iraprovcmenta that havo late ly been pfTacled by Ho studied as much as deilrable tho English and returned with a large store of to enllghien Ihli ll the first instance of a Chinese iclcntifio and hedeserves praise for his pcrsevtranoej and fur tho keen observation ho bestowed on every Ihlng presented to his view In a are In nearly twelve hundred of whom are In Out of llie whole number Ihere wero only thirtyfive deaths during Iho year ending October This when considered Inconnection wilh Iho feaiful fcoiitge which spread throughout Iho volumes for the l 1 Tiio FIVE gentleman had five all of whom he brought up lo some useful and respectable occupa tion in These daughters married oho afler wllh Iho consent of their married agentleman by name of Poor Iho a Little Iho a Short the a Brown and Iho a At Ihe wedding ofthe her sisters with Iheir husbands After the ceremonies of Iho wedding wuio lhe old gpnlleiuan said to I have taken great pains lo educate my five llmr they might act well their parts In life and from their advanla ges and I fondly hoped they would do honor lo my bul now t find that all my carea and liohs have turiiid out nnthing but a Poof Great boat loaded firlghl pasted through our town uhoao nioilvo power was a Tho boat was a very consldorable on harto and ihe machinery belno placed iu Ihe did tint interfere wilU tho other arrangeuiouts of Ihe would bo happy to see such power on Ihe canal for the lake of Ihe horses which are annually ruined oil Ihe lotv Uti ca NEW secona orrivil ot Full und Wuitir Ooodii embraLliiit soruo or latestaiiil most ueillable i nr DIIESS roopsi wlii vciriuse of GQODSl mfilting cur sslortlMat very comiiletet which wepkilge 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