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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 28, 1849, Alton, Illinois i jo ne overy jhepiiriuer of comm and M well or 1 iiHr more ami emcMl Intended for amlialio lo otirmnonil Agentm aillcrcomioctoJ airfcfni futon MiaatfntTaf UlmioftMti Arl Ojfecclvod CUD number or tUi KM so busy lhat be did not discover ho Bring him lo I am at jour orders tenant of nollco w he forgot iheacilin of It In gralefu an eim ani pleased t At his dealh her s by no less thad nil large full page ongcavingi fn almost every variety the and twenty four or inferior Ilie and now for Hie Oral Ira making ollogelhor one moat nol In fad the all he monlhlic hithcrtocncrcd to This Maga line continues lobe Klrklan ohn Haiti ami jf Mcilr Jphn Saitaln i Three bo laii per for copjj Itvo coplei for Ftv Dollaiii llto coploj W eleven cople fci witli iplenilkl premium to thoa pay in ailvancei Single copiei of Ox nreien number may be obtalnod Tor TwcntyllveCcnti BU One rcmltlcj free of will procure lit We regrt t to ntM that Iho number for becctii Thla loicther wilh Ilie pmlotu loai of twoor lliree makea ourni for ihlayearvcry 1HB Tlie hours qro vloivteas That still BO gllillng Anil bear eicli m nunla reLord up To Him who alls on And some fly by on pinions uf gorgeoua gold and And aome lly In will drooping of sonews darker And as wo spend each minute That God to ua hath Tho laM And we who walk among As one by one depar 4 Think not that they are hovering j round pur Like summer bees that hover galhor every act and llleao still Ilify ilMl the And bear it fur awayj t Their mission llighl by day or No muglc power can to spend each lly ing Thai tlioy they may not show t heart a poisoned llowerl J THE i nv attsa AIWA 8V Ill el how Ify tlio hours roll My weaiy apfnt Uil los Iholr lardy light Tho alara gleam Utility In the qulol Bhadqwyilwillgllt dcepcna into i When rosy mornsmllcd on Iheopcnlng Her joyous welionui kissing from each breast The by silent Ere Ihey had closed thcli drooping leavea lo roatj I watcheiiror tbeei and when lha waning day Lll will Ua parting bcama tbe glowing 1 iadl gaari upon eeih lading And gcntjo hope half wllhctod In my And 1 have held my brcalh to catch the uf aught that seemed a my heart Sprang lightly with a tvll 1 anil jnjoua bourn Then sank to hear the last faint step Ani IJiav e so Jong and on ho casement my eyes are wet And ilm wllli hesail ne kept for Tlioueh light and hnpo nave led 1 linger ell My hair la damp Iho infl dena of rhat mlnglo wllb mine ou n Ibolr gcnllo tears Een Ihe I iw moaning nigbl breeze aeema lo grieve ttilh ao aad Us dirgo cloaca ronnil me with her dually will ncnrlj but lueir soft light not upon my haui t a ahailow now u tciting on U ukcr lhau Iho PAI OP THE B IND THAT Tttt THE Im of Iho band that till Iho And draw Iropi earth her life lye IVIiito our djjs are paislno Many Ihete In far Simiaaalnj Ihe laimef a Whllat other pursuits may yield more Irults often produce muth We envy nol the slalcsmana Still cUmorlng tor hliclaaai Nor bit IM Ignis for glorya At arnuii rcJouWcil Ho i nik have wo on boiateroui Nor ears Inl lempeats whelm All wo itltout redreaa WWIe laboring at The Irulirul flcld bounllca A rich rtganl for tolli i 9 owa lha Irado lo ply Ibo i lie we walk nbroatl oer carpel r And ilowrelJi klaa our IVhoae oilers ilae In actnl Ihe j A tribute pure ana t I To all we Ihe meani to f broUiar aharea wilh lima luimi ihe holy will UI rach Mil ro aecure rram and r from i i PAUH AND A PT i morning t tolB wo inilli upon And they weie but Faith Of mature while P yet a bulb Some loved I pon the countenance of for wa her beauty cban bulllope waa be delight of every hlld aporied In the freshness of be hovered over Ihe of the Ihcrefore Hi jet And ihe ipe for It was and cal he UAII 1 j HIIU IHOU halt again delight thyself in even yet bis face ii not nhollyibUdet rom Bui the child dursl not Ih gloom struck upon her And whenjill was bright fear a to wander froin her and her sport eyeless gay than t When the evenilde wet Falib went forth from Ihe forwl anr ought Iho where she might watch be telling of Ihe sun Then said lo her and behold how far he glories o ie sinxcl the beauties of the See how softly they melt away nd elve to thfl shadows of Out Hope was nnw wearyhor eye was and her voice She folded and dropped on her sis and fell Bui walched Ihrough Ihe night was never nor did her eyelids need She laid Ihe child on a bed of and issed her She also diew her man e round the head of the j OUng sleeper that he might sleep In peace Then Fallh looked and beheld ow the stau came She Iraced Ihem Ihelr radlenl and llntened to their w blob mortal ear hath not heard And at she their music entian cd her i At length a lluht appeared in Ihe nd burst foifh from the pnilals of the hea Then Iho sphll hastened to arouae Awake I Obi my awake new day hath and no oud shall overshadow for Ihe u hath risen which shall set no more fluwer lo flow 1tk h ma the A HISTORIC Pauline was an orphan adopted by snme orIliy citizen nf the Hue Pa having brought her up to Ihe age placed her In his per me dispense hla goods at e Women in Franco are almost niverfally Ihe practical heads of al 3 he master nf Ibo when he does lounge awny In a ploy billiards or cauls half Iho or alk about like one lit Ing on hla Is ntenled lo occupy a dignified and retired not lo but to holenale Bui such w a nnl Iho se with M Ibe adopted father of Both he and wife shared Ihe bora his ahopilogclher he keeping the while Pauline and Madame Boulard ended lo Iho The young girl ns voij prellj and very and her esence contributed not a little lo Ihe sno 33 of his 1 he good couple hav D no children of Ihelr had manifest their Intention of making Pauline Ihelr and tliij lo chirm which ung liver Ihe Pauline had many a great oung ladies w ho are and rluous are apt to when ch for although the woild Is not hilt so ItUh and wicked nsceitein peraous eta grain of Interested love will always pep out among Iho Illicit Two vera wore chiefly assiduous In their alien ons Iho one a richshop keeper of the me a poor mil iveie good nd very devoted in their and would have beenhard to say which was e moat Monsieur Alexis and Jean Prevoal was ll will bo readily understood thai the aronts of Pauline would not have hesitated their chnlcr but Ihey knew only of ihe Tecllon of Alexis that of Jean was con ealed even from came of u to bouse under one pretense or ano and was always favorably ho good Houlards were highly flattered al i Pauline liked bis pen always greeted him wilh Tbe who waxes and by means of Ihe en floon of lo the house In the meiclie cf bit He bow ed low to aud asked her how she was and even on her fete day had brought which wasfgracluuily receiv ed Jean was alio a and often came lo this bouse to buy for hla who apprecia ting bis honesty and deajie for freely trusted hjiii with How baipy Jean was if Pauline only served him and how gentle and respectful were bin and bow llllle lie concealed hli If she gave him a gopd naturcd pau line could fparcely be blad lo the open love of or the concealed Affection of Ibe poor but however tills may she laid nothing appeared lo notice But young bad spoken to old Bou Boulard ISI spoken lo and bis wife lo Ilie youg pill but she kissed her adopted mother so said I sp ginlly that she did not lo leave that be worthy wQtnan wai and put on for a liUle while anyierlouadli cussion of the became soinbro and ajvljlif I Miifj wnmacoi oitwnic H M u y I be llnclly What ahall I do ihongl he o morrow Is Iho fete of 13 I have no time I Jean left Ib room on and wlih Ih then descending Ibo slair eigned lo lenvo for Nosonner wa Be clear of tho thanhe mode for Ih ireretlure cf and onlerloi Ilie hole askedItowe The aervan replied he could not Itwa nne and Ibe faslonable Paris hour of thai daynow six hnurs Ni liilurb M de Bdllsle from hi H was on Ihe eve of u i WJ X I he servania he looked at one and an agen f sruck by the maua bad repeat hlj w oids lo Ie Lien and show this person hit is pritftle cabinet pri his followed hi rliy for my Enough I beheio rlher to Versailles and soon found himself face to fa Ilh Iho whose mien waa oand and even incnduloua Ie baile the fiolleur and nakci im ma biKlneas In a somewhat pclulan ma Milmbed in the Idst of his I said to Inform if a plot against llieKlnga I ui Informed of ploli otVy piled w ho w na o prcten ed denunciations from persons al xcliing allenilon and gaining Bui cl mo hear ihe Jean related all lhal the rende knows nd added thai Ihe attempt on the Towns lo bo made lhat evening at Ihe re rpllon on the occmlon of Ihe eve of hi ete of w hen It was mual to pie ml ihe ulib bouigncls of flowers of lhee was to contain a poison sn lha ho on smellng as if struck Belllslc ooked at Ills be aprofoiindly His handiome and ones features were as if by deet ndlgnallon tbe polor of waa on hi But ihe prefect of Ihe police ememberlng Ibe pretended revelations o a lude and was still not wholly you he lo that joi lie Heard what on old roe Be careful you have dono Ihla from a more molive f and iuvenleil a youwil aj dearly for the for life Put mo on Ihe lack if you crieil it will nol alter my I re the King is In I offer mj life s fcurliy for my InilW We will go lo I a my shin lltTie when M e lelliVIo nnd Jean entered Iho jnl palare of Veralllos by Ihe claim oj 0 ffiil dc and arrived secretlj ul tho Ings private Every on taken lo conceal Iho preneiicu ul e Minlalor of Police fiom Iho al thin Iho conciliators might not gues e dlcnvtr pf otrocioui Liiuls XV received the Lieutenant and had ilh him a long and secret lew In ct Ihey patted nnly al eight e monarch went into Iho Mall of Treaties receive ihe rispeolful homage nf all Ihe rrlgn on this were all received in The Lieutenant of police joined Jrmi fliiardoJ In a private umimber by o and down lo hurried meal Klilch lie Intlted he fiullcur lo join him llbout Louis XV had culeied Ihe all nf andVaaicd himself on his rone at the end of Iho Before m waa Iho nupiiifjcenl round moaalc table ven to Louis Ie Oraud by Iho Republic of and whlrh was now ilciliucil tore eive the nnd rare bouniiets offered 1 this by Iho rojil Ihn and ofllqeis qf Ihe and Ihe umbers of the diplomatic lo Ihe Iho crowd was gay and very variety of and shone beneath Ihe blaze of which showed the brilliance of amonds on tbe The eaplle his bad great and fund of good with other ed wnulil have made him a different was by no but amilid aclonaly on Madame de and rested her faiorlle sat on itnol and at Ilielr The ceremony The the look Ihe bouquets one by thanking every giver bj some sprightly Protending lo play will Ihe id lo repress Ua he ttti of dowers near the aril als and then laid it down on the osiio Madamo de Pompailour but hid her laughter w her If Ihey feel whiuered It replied Kippj gal lite foreign minifies bad idhad all their ejpbers of ihe royal family came ivlng courteously allowed thedlplomatto ift lo precede The King look Iho nquet from of Ihe ncareil of Ihe yal who itrpped back 9 flowen to Ihe animals e poor biiiiii snuOVd reeled and fflj adl Madame do Pompadour lurmd nd would have orhls predecessors bavi e7 ani1 ktl to them I have brouehl lh good in In with me he 11 In he gnaru Hi confused and alannedial being In a palace In his rude working 8 much the said lha It is Bring I will receive himbelter than 1 would a r ed his cap in his hands quite unawaie that ie was pulling it all in Embrace your cried Louis full a grateful tear in his eje Ibis U r said falling on his I isk no reward but Ihe feeling of having ta ed jonr Come and Ihe King sekod him ind kissed him on bolh I such 1 W hat can I do r ou aaked Louis vho w as capable of very great ask But I Whatever yoh ask you hall If jour majesly could give me Jean oh laughed Louis once more imself a love Ihe oliour slinll sup to night with the he baa and tell his sloiy send a ooach fur him In the morn or rather I will give on further Instructions about Ihht ut my nol a Tim Lieutenant of police and lOiils nho nas always dellghlei al orelly and an unexpected fiolicksome a took Ihe froUavir Julns he othe where he ttastoiup with Udame de and there In tbe rewiee of lie beautiful contt mde him loll his which Jean did w ilh Irulh and which deep y interested the used wholly lo her Next morning af er shaking Jean warmly by the and olilliiR a private conference with aid You shall have a house In Ihe ny near Ibe You shall be onoiary head wllha hundred OuU a month for your and every miming you shall bring me a I hall thus never foree norlhectuse liicli compels m everlaliiiR Next at an eaily before ie business of the day and vhile porter was taking down the shut ers of Ihe Boulatd called his wife ud Pauline Ills little I ho gmd nils nlr was and a llllle annoyed e had oono out the previous and turned at late Pauline had loiis lice retired lo but Ujulaid had eld a long conference w Ilh n I he xccllent clllzen spoke with and ot wilhoul a Illllo bill finally cooled he can ver hesllale llali prefer a wicked frol u f ma wirinwf for Ihe ofllflrly degrees in I extending lo n point In Ilie wore Ibo appearance ofa luild cast ery At 12 Ihe heavens brightened somoahati billet a quarler before the grew more Ihe outlines of Ihe blufli Immediately o Jhe learof town could not be and lu a few mlnilles rnpro the daikness of night overspread the whole and a olemn gloom alone was Lights own before the soothing of Ids wi said he triumphant lu a never began M Iloillaid In Ihe morn have lo speak seriniuly to eema mariiagetinuati be ilecldedal Elnco high people liaxe troubled them lives about It Dul lhal I hate spoken yself with Ibe minister of I should never mind I am not But of ourie I should be on must this morning decider Two Invent al your Alexis yon will no Jenn Prtvosl tlio inl it Dear excuse poor stain icied know you would forgive ill now yon must decide of jour between We have our iahas but thai i nplhlnff we leave you holly Speak like a good and apeak frankly But my dear I have no wish lo yon You shall know ie reaion gntither m uiuit speak Which is it to or JeanV1 said Pauline blush pul in Madame II abiolulely dear dear if It Is all e name lo I like Alexis I know III cried Iho delighted Very welli And auline bulled her pbullng ce In her Tlio perfumer looked at his ife ionked at and both I ne er could tbonghl said Madame eibaps Its fur Ihe replied wilh a rnelaii oly shake of bis Oh en A knock came to the andthen Jean evost so well sq proud 10 that all I am eorne to know my piled htl t Ihe rogua had beatd the last words of old couple through Ihe half open She Is cried though what a pooi fiolleur can want ihauch a wife Is more than I can Ima I am not poor said Jesn Pre st I anthonorary head gsrJener of tbe yal gardrni of wilh a hundred uis of monthly and house large ough to hold in If you will and jvith ul Tint pay undefllMil my sudileii I may you mynow weveriepeat t s ea were no who shed and oa many a garland omband these Jean Prevoit and Pauline bis A DAnK DATSIBOULAR PriERoMtiiort veiy unusual phenomenon was exhlbl led on Sunday The rose In a a irougn e din of In an Towards 10 in IT a person could not see lo read In iui iliCItrourU O be fa ln Toln Al dalrJ lhf brmshtinlo In every part of Iho This darkness waa of short a slight nf the irnvens cleared and by 1 oclock all was natural aud straight I ho only explanation we are able to si est for Ihe darkness In mid Is are together wilh clc a very clouds of ous o moke from the burning resting on i A similar phenomena we onoe before frW llllnlc Chtcn e law bnslnex w III soon bo worth ess ma Already two are sian parents still talented whj would b loam lhal ihalk has been found now here on Went rn Ills lhal live which certain travelers have found In Am and designated as waaacal areous or Agaric fffln i THE ILLITERATE A passing late at night be Pont Neuf In was accosted by a ollle and seemingly suppliant who iked him lo read a paper oliicli he had just licked I he genllerhan held up hla Ian ern and Jhe following ll a of the lines B Siicoli not a wonl when Ihli vouve reail Urlnanlnalanlioiilllmdeail Oh e up your and Or other volu lilo thlnoii Dr I Only lemombcr silence Hill Tho genllenmn thought It best o deliver P hi as lequlred 1 lie robber was aflorwaiilt recnpnlzod by ie person nnd arrested His iden ly w as positively sworn and the IK confession w at by Ibe My 1 confeai lhat on Ihe evenlnir I gentleman on Ihe Pont and Iho Iranaaclloii occurred as he has I cannot I picked the i naylng him In Mi 11 writing to him look yon or no 1SA colemporair ay If a woman with love for ail hf he brfm with fot runt will t 1 when h fa i fell a desire to He mad after o aTiouae recently built where g 9m Ull4 Toyhelr Ho commenced Ilie nervloe In hi iiual and proceeded lo deliver hi According tocuilomlhegoodneo f no Itlmithepteacheijwai mluled with variety of cllcordanla liiuing from the na al organs of the td icforo I he audience themselves rnujed from Ibelr unseemly and tared Inquiringly at Ihe been adrnlrfng roportfoni of your new house andbave bu ne fault lo t r And what exclaimed a man piiitB for the new fabrlo would ac now ledge no replied the preacher In a lone n perceive you retain the old ilap ft i J ij DEFINITIONS A power of hats A power of misery 1 hats A power of A power of A power ot T i 1 A power of LolaMou A power of Lord Brougham A powei of cur colonla overnmenl A pnwer of hat must bo gemman of the other dav eeingibe half of a hog hanging up meal walked In aud Innocently inouir dot the butcher when he Inlended to kil he olhsr I he butcher 1 Conatpr Vrcwr Mankind might do wlihi ut if Ihey would observe the of heahh without If they ould keep Ihelr tempera wllhoul Ibey would observe Ihe laws of Christian j and perhaps without If eacl ne would lake care of his own conscience ut there is no dispensing with newspa A CURIOUS Y of ibis has placed poll our table for most cu loua and interesting specimen of ancient By the accompanying note we learn latil loiind as feel under uround while nklng a well for Mr In Ad ins Ihe well is said lo he situated in an open At Ihe same there was found an abundance ol 1 ho specimen was handed lo Sluaii by of Bu while the former gen and thought lhal II miBhl be ofoonseinence I traveling in lhat II Is A sentleman had a i nu IIJHI J COIltU lO laM ft him what be and suppoied Ihe I beautifully vailegaled lanilnus pnper was of great and that he had i an Inch evl git n bis and ualch lonet I Put n fur and covered Origin of the nrru Sylvester challenged Bun Juhiuon see who would the most readily form a rhj mlng Si Iresler formed one that ran as follows 1 Jokn Iluggod your To which Johnaon immediately I Ben HuggJd rather si Ihe lhals no rh replied but It Is Divonots IH Chlca lo Journal tells story of acleilcal gen llemen of Harlford who attended Ihe house of represewlallres spring o read pray and being pnliiely requested to remain sealed near Ihe speaker during Ihe he found himself Ihe spectator of an unnmr rylng so to own and so of the Leglslaluro of that the emit Ihe For rur ting eonttttl Ions Cotumltaa la fairly named 1 twain conntct In but you Cur Ihoae whom I coantcl In Kacb Leglalalure seems lo What jou iwayi Give me i my charming A Lover aaid to a bluoeyed eal I said you laay Scrtie uf etui Wf lUmns Rll U of bill arrived finrn New reports that Ihe price of ralslni very not being half the usual Tbouoh Iho or op Is one half IBIS Iban faialjis good bull In which red and yellow predomin The body of the specimen has all the appearances of earthen 1 he lamln ui was either shell species of earthen surpassing anything we have 1 he whole taken together evidently Indicates that It has been handle of before Ihe alluvion tin der which II wai what igeiofan I oully will not carry u Lei not small things be for Ibey someljinen tbe key to finporlint and comprehensive But for the Roiella Ihe Egyptian might not have been An mcntiic Travelir gentleman na med Ilamlall aollcllor in waa In the babll ofuklng Irmr which decupled him two or llnce He would leave Southampton scarcely acmialnilng his oonflilenllal clerk lilt he was and no one would know anything about him until hli clerk would re ceive Teller Troin dated pel ha pa fioin Petersburgli or About two months lie left Southampton suddenly and according lo hji uinal prae no one knew of hli whereabouli until his clerk a fortnight him In sinoa been received that Handall taken III of and wsi bulled Id 19 In lad he died a day In this country would ever liejiid Ihlng hlsdecease but ha had hap pf ned In have been Introduced to about day before was liken which peiaon utended lilm In blj anil has willlen Sonlbimptoii of bis Randall the rnoit tainted In his In south of He 1 from her butcher tlhepellllonholdil that Austria Is a moniler of barbaHiftat1 Wol outraged1 and forfelledlallS ilalm lorank In the family ofgenerbusit lit And pelilior Thla republlo ofighl to hold wilh and slllanco ho loiir Interi rlan Court are ai ilinraolcr we hands wMb her vnotcfliiul owing the God of Jhel their brolhersTS and want no alliance a nor With hli blond lim more than If wero a wild would spit on him at we would on or fc ng ofthi spit on him would on a Lei Ooiigrcsstreiprctihlipe for It expressesJhe deipheatl feel theAmerloaJn 1 r S pjlfcaubaerlber justopenedhfa Jf X anil stationery near the centre of econd In ajiuj OW uiidkept by r plo Poll irents and teachers prc will lie Wllllilinvlie Ihbusanil or will be BUM at uifceaUtt In exchange tr OR small lot o t to b well ana tavorably switx commoulous slot nil lueto run is a regular Packet ton anil leaving every morning touts every flviaing rsunv MS The iccommalallona or Iho TFMPKST rnrfreiaht nd Bueli aa lo insure comfort and ir afotyi and no eBbrts will to spared on pail of JSJJ Mcera to tender Batlafaclion lo all who nay be r U to extend then ratea aaaage stall Inch Is lo robaSon orihe otiu oppoaltlon or no oppoaV II Is the ileleraiinatlon lo no Thankful fhr tho o Ilbeiolly Ihe eontlnued lutorioraiuV1 etnlng public are iciiicrlfully For r r paaaajo apply on board orjo i T mont or WooilenJnil vng for lain at I ouls MeWhanta rant or Iho abote are requealed to calUHd iijATi iypTTY W or Ill anlanoa ore blind In Iho ready adaptation of Ibo blocks 0 o any movemant by which more unlfurni more aecuro leleullon and lomparallve uae to or and will not Tlio Truaa rn ro la and convenient IB Kumeroua recommendations and cnllllcatci ae icaihed ua romall We append a tew From or Philadelphia Colleje or Wsr ippei oilinranon of mat dvantigea found In no other from of the Piltabur HOL k Palleraona Truaa baa proved ealounsswr t11 OFor aale by LKBURE 4 sole r Allan ojd ly rtS PAlEKUOresmV Km and doublo Crown Wrapping Panerii snil Prlnibw paiUTfor 1 every vsrletyi tot sab IIIBAT nARGAIINSIn merk awl all Dreu il plain may bo had of v i r i H A are aelllng olTour lalge stocjot 1 O ten tier cenl cheaper tnaa bV mlalanj ollicrsiorelo Hieclljl ANILLA CORDAUCW uanuu fiiral aiaorted siiosi luat recdlty Ua TOPflNQ fc f p A U Rll oollj exSlcfilStlS wbiih I will Mil ll the nleil OSTOSf fast rucJ by nov PBAi TKyMgULft f4l brwblcnthRliii will be paid by rjov 10 3 BVOLVINfJ have tol or Revolvers Ibr nov IS N MUWM 1MW half chesl 10 t do a do ouus Hyaon Tw Intporlal do Gunpowder do lmjeiiil do do aunpowder iM orcbanli sn4 olhcrii is poofliltat t II crio per
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