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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 20, 1849, Alton, Illinois Jft i te I want yon to tell me which vlllapo in Malfori o ceremonies befog feebly and slowly The treat dlsilpatlng be about ATj lhat for lit do thu and loses1 Its rolof ing room over si nit In and his eye was fixed portion of our people noW bclbi t For ono square l O0i i r s For each 60 A liberal deduction to yearly plBBIi corner of Third Chosnutsts rlillJ Mnliti anil at his dlircrent offices In Near Baltimore anil authorized to receive Advertisements Intended for insertion In this paper and alio to act as onr general Anentln any mailer oonnccttfl with our Fsq i corner ofnaltlmore and soilthstit It our authorized lor the Tclcgraphl and will receive and forward advertisement Intended for Iniertlon as well ai attend to an other builncis concerning thli Journal In Urn NATIONAL Boltaglu ttllhohl an cxlra ofioornj andll Ililiilc that Iho Waooupln Commissioners hail beltdrhohl Court nexl term on Ihobrlilneilf Ihe can get Jusl after we rosa Iho hill rom tho river saw soraelhino hit looked mightily like a brush Suggs Is some on a fence lhal he can eat ho bjtoke into and soon brought ip all tlatiillng against a regular thorn hedge hat made old looknorryl for twant 19 be got got got or go and behind il stood able owner seeming get ako ddwn a letiiilli or tn o and tide Now you leaso and publish what you ohooie about Osago or Lotnbar dy Ihornthedge of Edward saiil be and a ml SilRgs will bet on All around we saw ftndlartns and lin and noticed on odr left a fine guil bo observed throughout the ted Slalei a day of and In order lo Imploro ho AI In His own good lo day the destroying hand which i now lifted upia gainst 1 his document maybe justly deemed a model of but slmplo coin position and we liopo very proper recommendation be fnlly carried Into both In letter and In every cc tlon of our extensive f A nECOMMEKDATlON DY TIIE mCSlDEKT OP TUB At a season when the Providence of God has manifested Itself Injlio of a fearful which la nprendlng Is ravages throughout the It filling a nhoso reliance ban over been In His should hlimblo thcniselves before His acknonled glng pat ask a continuance ef Ihe Divine f It earnestly that the first Trlday lit Aifgust bo observed throughout the United as a day of and pra All busi ness will be auipended In the various bran the public serviceon and it is rccoinmcnded to persons of all rollgloua denominations at far as practl from secular and to aemble In their respcctlvo places of Public to BcKnpwledKe Hie infinite good ness which has walcheft over existence asa and so longcrownod ut Villh to finplffro Ihe mighty In Hlinwn ood In lay the destroying hand which Is not lifted a gainst mcnce quality of last jcara I took a stroll around tow n n ilh on ac qualnlanco I lo be the lust subscriber lo Ihe Fraliie Farmer on Ihla t M j Bunkorhlll Is another of going Hull yon what II would do jou good to lake a view of those pleodld farms from Iho steeple ofilltal now 1 hi U a real down Vortheru Illinois are of the thing neat and n Una fine large brick neellng Oil Woolen and a oodly supply of and a Public Square all flniihed except Ihe Iho residences of Doo ors and of Clark and Sanders aro As it w as getting lark I thought I would loaf a llllle la Iho so I dropped In at Hogginsjusl as he Prairie Farmer ivas being distributed from tho I Us merits weredla for there was a said ho nouldnl lako it as a another thought book farming would do for minded women and andforsuchias was loo lazy to keep their oun brains bright one of the subscribers read an article on education and I from what fol agreed vrilh tho author on lhal score for the way and Sohol ars catchcd as a After Itaving pome laugh in my own sleevb I bid Hnggina andlTappan good and put for ready tu accompany r left a fine J I WILL AUISn When burdened is htf V When friendless seems niy L X earth aflonll no And I have nnlp E t Fatlinl ir tin will I will arise and come lo i j 4 conscience tlidndcrs t M t When sins In ilread arrays t Upon my rnomor v AndnllmowllhdlsnuVl yet Is hone Tor i i Tatter I Ill rise and come lo Wlion t have wandered far ilownwartl 1 TAnA mountalnallecin 16 bar 1 Mylurnlng back to Gait k glancing once on Father I Ill rise and como to tlieev Anil If I am is c i t But have backslidden tilled wilh projects Have followed ii t With broken heart snil r l f I will retrace my j And thougluu casoTii c Thy mcrcj ti my With blooil my only rtio and como lo i And thou In lovo will turn To thy jwor rebel Nor let thlno anger Though ilh niy heart bcgullcili Thy voice ilioll greet hie Arliol orlicl and come to i And when my clirok 1 And when I sink In Though heart and flesh may With my expiring Ill Jeiui died for me Father J1I riioand como to We Infer from the that the poem ti from tho pen ofUlihop DoAttct from the AS WHEN IT IS DEATE Siigg9ca4tward Next day in tho soul Ihat be was ready the Missouri id appearance one day adress entirely and very Succeis lo enterprising having in with stranger outward we touk Ihe np by ihe New Qieam we halted a few ninulei In aee Am Bogardits the name hey call tho eat Ihls In an small In a a perfect drove in his capacity for pmath OR up com on the using It up at the rate qf SO bunbclfl and grinding Ittfine like an when thostroker or stalwart men Tolli fierce and faalt Storms but deeply root Ilio oak Wlioie brawny arms embrace the like on when he iparki Fly fur and a fiery shower Viituo and tmth nmit atlll lo malko proves iti want of like an when the Lies rcdond on ita breait Duty shall be lifes loading Ami conscious innocence its IIIco an when tho Of ponderous hammers pain Ilia car but the still and stern rebound Of the great that cannot like an Noise and heat AID born of and die with The like its souice nn Is of thrown to ivitd boaits at Rom D aged 87 t Bishop of burnt at 1 he advanced age of100 of the alias State of we are Indebted to thb last num Prairie be perus ed will Interest and pleasure by many of qitr within a few years of Ihe best counties of was almost ollllfely unknown beyond her own najurjl liumv Iho advan loathe cnterptlsiiig and in dustrious Immlgfant are beginning to bo just ly1 appreciated and she Is Riling up vcrj fasj by a acfivo and pcrseveitng We should be glad If our friends In the olhef lections of Ihat and also In Mont gomgryfand other pails of Ihe Slate In which the Telegraph would fur nlsh ui for publication with similar sketches of ha of Articles of this accepla ble they would also call the at tenllori of Ihoio seeking a location In Hie West to life town or hamlet spoken and of and the Miller Informed tno that it gave geueiaUatUfaclionand was coming into and receiving uioro custom as the became he value or meat crouud in his as it makes the besOof feed Tor horses Sawm copyof ha Prairie Farmer in tho to whlrh Ihe Miller saitl he Memrs Bililors what docs a Miller want nf the rio Farntei Leaving onool the finest R in Slate lo the and some ue fauna In the wejirnpelled onf lo he MXefiilh of seven here we camp to G40 acres of for every home wo hailed wan as they good saw some of ho and have seen for 1 heir prln cfpal of produce are Corn nnd Cai tor beonsfor vvlifoh thoBiinkjrhill Mill fur nishei R cBAh and at one dollar per pajs for Panseil Ihe fiame new which what kind of Jplktithpy are Crnstlng he Gahnkla we arriu at thu Capital of Southwestern betterknown ni as every where tho are going It with a steam Mil audof comae oilier Improvements lo match Here we found our branileilwitli a A Nmhville Yoik Herald has sent lo Ihat paper Ing hitereatlngaccount of Ihe of EK e body7 I iarf the The atnret nreIn Death ieal6f mnl In his never woro hence It to grow so and tOrbe 10 mlraculoiiiily pro duced a shower of rain for when Ihe rain falU upon ll In Its dried and tmperoep at fmprert1of cbmmand itible It toanitnaled and now chiselled unoh pears a freih producdon pen can raoo this scene of domesttb angnih no some one may do yoittrnco Ilaofsi Why relate so itad a When I have mtir Vnured atjsomo HttletriBl I have felt Hint seemed now chiselled tino eir marble out in civile was habited In Wemight thelist of and have repined n view of some nlri null of and a cnpy of the p1antsu hear a resomblanoa o trifling have oflen thought Ittillonof theUnited Statesn as placed thero are other peculiarities in of this ft fs his being taken to the vegetables which solloll our The forniUo leaina lesion of contentmentvand cred wilnin aooppif From thejiousoj funeral htcli wasvery Urf BJ all placesof uliotoxBlmonphere Is prrgnant with plauti and mul even tho largest grains are dUpencd bflhe wind over Ihe as soon at theyaro transported ess being order of odr good to places proper for them lo germinate procenjed lo tho Methodist they become anil often so little IrUIMJ MCU IU 1IU ITIDIIIUUIK after erformed by Uwas onvejeit to Ihecemoleryj aat concourse of body was epoiited In thotGrutrdy r but It will p a vault on ill be erected a statotjUniatble cenotaph iius the body of tho Prciidentifrom Ten will Ue the heart of Us MrC eforo his gave lie lawn to Iho D for this Polk sentfortha Edgarrof tie Presbyterian seven days before is death desiring to be baptized by IB taid to him linpraslvely t If I had suspected twenty years ago hat I should come to my death bed tin It would hare in ado mo a edinan yet I atn and have not nado i have not even been Tell can there bo any round for a man thus situated lo hope 1 he Doctor made known lo him the jsurances and promt ties of Iho gntpel that metcifully run parrallet with mana j Polk then thahhe had een prevented from baptism in Infancy some accidental occurrence that he had een several times strongly inclined lo be japttzed during his but hal Ihe cares and perplexities of public ife hardly gave lime for the solemn ireparalion requisite and so procrastination tad ripened Into when It was now almonl bo late to IntnVcuiveisatlbn with the Polk evinced reat knowledge of 10 had read a great and deep as Divine truth in a 0 3 Ihe convertation fattguHTg Polk too much for film to be then It was evening in the recol ihat when bo uas Governor and liv ed be he hold many argumenls with the talented and popular Methodist minister of the his political and thatjie had promfsed him when he did embrace the soIUs neceesaryi for that conceive whence they derive the necoisary degree fof Ihore and i even take growthxthe clcflB of rocks without anyjBoTi rapid of inBtanoerinimisbtootnvHoOf the need if t contemplating sorrows wliloh are desolating our and from which have been mercifully John Abbotts Thercjins been on Increase Itilne propor lion of ottr professing nUtyjof morcr than 83 per wlthto Were the has not only k Ihe Increase of 6ur upon fb tho more A QuAKEna LETTER TO ins Ijhefewlth send my pocket which breally ttandelh In need ol thy ly Ihe time he uai at thy frtottdly as noways not in the leait benefited thereby for1 by the Index of his that ho the common Hl a and the truth Is not in him and his 1 menu j HOWTO ROIMA ills own j f him free of htm roam where on hb Sabbat D r i WJ v Give him full access lo his u 6 Call him to no of Furnish htm wllli no elated shonld baptize for t iadc knoun and expfeited hfs in tenltnnIo bo baptized by bis inn cominun or 11 pui Into a wet be tit for a salad In iwenty four iThero aro plants that exist wlihicarcely any perceptible We often see which a to not only f Jollow and decayed but heir ekler nal bark much injured Ihat very little of it remains et from these seemingly sapless trunks buds sprout and they are crowned wilh leaves and It Is truly womleifnl that plants should not only Imbibe nutriment by their leaves also should stit n this important by Inspiring air and an inverted tree will flourish as well as when in Us proper for branches n ill grow fo Ihe earth and become The advanced ago hat some trees lain Is alfo very Some ap pie trees are above n thousand oars old and if we calculate it he amount of Ihe nual produce of such a tree for tho above apace of we shall find that a single pippin might supply the whole world with trees and So cxtenrtve Is this Ibal o follow It through al Ila ramifi cations would lead us on much too far for our present All nature teems wilh wonders every Ihlug leads on lo an infi nitely perfect uhos united to Ltouudlcss wUdom and is contin ually acting for our and ilnlty giv ing us fresh cause for gralltude and aduijra How great and magnificent are Thy O LordI What wonders crowd tip on my mind I view them nilh and am lost In the contemplation they pais my comprehension I cannot fathom At lliycommand Ihe grass shoots forth Its green and he are clothed wilh verdure ho flow crs adorn Ihe fields and beautify gardens with their glowing colors the tree lifts Its tall head to the Thy Whoreever 1 Ihe the burn n tho the from the alotn Co the dls keneih not an even temper at other U waxelh I fre Snetitly urge him when ho should bo on his an thou knoucst hti usual name dc I Mill find him slumbering or sleep i or j as the vanity of human reason iihraso catch htm Examine and prove hlm I beseech that thou by be ing acquainted with his Inward frame and draw him into tho path wherein he should It grieves mo to and when I ponder I am verily of opinion that hU body Is and the u hole mass U Cleanse wilh thy charming from all that he may vibrate circii late according tu tho I will place him a few days under Ihy and pay for his board as thou I entreat friend to demean thyself on this occa sion with right according to Ihe gift whloh is In lheo and prove thyself a superior And when thou layest thy correcting hands on let U bo out lest thou drive him Do thou regulate his motion for Ihe time to bj the motion of the light that ruleth tho daj and when thou findest htm converted from the errors of his ways and more conformable rto he above mentioned hen do sondjiim home with a just bill of drawn out by the spirit of nnd It shall be lent to in Ihe root of all tfV t A or will have to mourn over a debated and mined child Thousands have realized Ilitf sad resnltf nnd hivojgbno Let p man have all Iho World him ho is still a grovr elingj undevout ict him v nave his bis Ian ntf for grandeur R rat tficB while at the unmo time God If not In all his and let another have neither field or let him look atnat lure wiib an a1 minoV which can see and Creator In hfs can consider them aa of his his n hli and in poverty ho is far happier than tho othj er In The onols liUleMifgher than a tho other but Hltlo lower baB an t OOR ones mother tho mjnd naturally wilh fond U U the thought stamped upon the Infant heart when lyet capable of receiving the a found and all tho aHer are more or less light In comparUont passions and our willfulness us fat from tho objects of our filial CiiEEnruLNEia man who uses bis ea1 endeavors lo live according to tho ales of virtue and riant has two lerpctual Bournes of in tho onilderation of his own nature of hat Icing on whom ho has a If he ooks Into Jie cannot but rejoice In hat which Is so lately bestowed ipon and after millions of ages will be still and still la Its beginnin low ooneralulatloni natural atlae on taculrance i facllit icy late Its letllemcnt and promote Its thu A Ride through the of you ever hear tell ofthe MacbupluV Was you ever Ciar I thought It iriiftht pbsiibly ill 3foiiii well as some of your leaders to hear that Mflcoiipru had not suiilt and as I bave been taking Qsllpht raiigolhrotiBhlhe southern part or said as Siiggs thats11 my horse says thars goodcum thiotigh thai I thonglit I would tell you what we saw In our struck MacoitpinvaWay up by Hhodcs timber largo and good enough In fence Ihe west half of the thenTollowod down to Brtsjluon and IJruwnrt Prairie and here you find Ihe farm worthlooking All handaat work plowing and plaullug the iieiul Ilil Slopped lo lako a look al and I should jodgefiom pearanoes that Iho dies ho has got would waUe pretty good especially in a uoad and more If hoy gel the Alton as it pass es near his Milliard is one of Uli but ai as I found hotookllie Fral He Fanner I MinClnoked a deal like a peach and judging fiom appearancei From Sujjg am me joRned on towards the farms to the light and i Can it Five yearn ago o a month and we wore liero on the name npol wo looked for the big gable roofed so to be cure we were not bul H was not to be found had been but a new Qid brick built Uv BPIIIC of Jhelr ihe the hine teg within tfear on the So makinc abreak up to the noith towards Ihe head of Ihe Ca through a splendidly timbered and over across through tho Doroey where you see fanning done on a big loU of fine callto and over tn the head of Dry across lite pas sed the Fullback for corn and aver down the heavy timbered country of the Macoupln and so got I have lived close to Maconnin always staid at heard tell what a mud liolo it was but having occasion nhnnt that I thonpht I would jitM ako a ildu round to to clear the mud If I must confesii I had no every ami every thluR U in a louiUhlng condiliotij the crops ara in fine nnd nil being got hiin fine of every f found of a llifit Thrto pood Steam Mills wilhin Iho limits of lhi half of the Neat and villages Rood places of uoiship and but not they have got in every Bctllcmenl a good school Of Ilicse we pma ed twelve in school taught sum thought can its place And I juit 1 place that Sulou noedcd lo see sleighingV If I fiom what my eyes beheld in that that the mer and ond wilh I wo or as I noori frame and brick I think if yonrfiltmU would juitpul heir fihoulilcrs In ho wlive1 and give the Prairie Farmer a lift through he mud of poor benighted pntt of Maconpin she wonld lake a tank from iho nppcarancei of Ihe HM ft she U making rapid Mrides for among iho counties in the Sucker I doiiH uant you nnd your Oilnk 1 am vilijng this for Bun or brct and if you cvpr my MP S hnvc heard of he Slalr ofMacou but have never had the of a peronal vUil Ihough wv annn ally n of We have had Ihe greater dHie to viilt lhal part of Ihe Polk had suffered ffomdiarrliroii c his way n pi the fyliitftiippl river fromNe1 in March but Ihe attack passed and he reached DM city In good A few days aflcr a he moved Into his new mom a stately which had just been completed and furnished in a atyjo of combined elegance and His estate In Ihq very heart of Ihe on an eminence known Grundys hav hojno of tho FtHx heirs Polk purcbased he Having taken ijp his Ihe ex rciident himself ta tho improve ncnt was seen every lay about his aiding and directing bo workmen ho Now poking a now giving o a often attended by vvliote laste conslltuled the elo neut of every It Is not a ortnight lincoj I saw him on his lawn di reeling pome who wcreiernovlng do onyins wait struck erecl and healthful beaiingi and tbo active oner iy of his wtiich gave promise ol long flowing locks alune made him appear beyond the middle ape of life In full Tho nexi being he remained within am bepnn lo arrange hja largo library and th labor of reaching books from the floor tux placing them on Iho on fn ligue and slight uhipli he next da aisiiiiieil dineaievin th of which was wltl tiim a niaiiy years Standing eadily induced upon his system by any bv ft For tho three first hla friends fel no bafllingIhcl and for tklllfiil will eitnparewith the firM cities in tho Un brother foini ly physician for twenty was feiitfo from But the skill and expur eiice of Ihis aided by the medical ptnvcd of no Mr polU continued gradually lo from da to The dffeaip was checked upo him four days before hh but his eon ililulloit was no Ihat di not remain recuperative enemy In the iys torn for healthy Hosunkawa so flowly and itimnnlbty thai It was eigl hours before he the heavy deal respirations He died willtot a f Imply ceailng to a deep and heavy sleep falls upon a very plousPrefibyletlan ad t arrived from he forty roftos nied by her own paslorjbopfnglhat herdis iby ronl dying1 ex ewhaking her the handr I ave never dliobeyed but ou must yield 9 your son and gratify y u I mutf bo baptized by ho McFerrlriV His ihe U did tsilate to give and in tho pro nee if Ihe and the of the ex President ccelved the rKebf at the hauds of he Pplk has bun red thousand Ihe bulk of which Is elded npoh his n tillable tadj It is o e hoped will long make this city her a ornament to its for all ps do praise re i t some other crafl iad been on the go for from tho num berof buildings In progreM anil other im going this bntg will du id paying Thence I eaitvrftid in hupos to reach an IriendV bcfor heiCj nin n for I lull from cal at e g Slate from he fad lhal against raanyills mir filenJs there fcsjit nil Iho lit f er for II is Ilial IliU Imvo fivril us n oiinlon of the r Involinpo of te is U at weary About a half an hour preceding hi his venerable mother entered Ih room and kneeling by his oljerei up a be au H Hi I prayer to lite King n and Lord of commillin the soul of her sonto his keeplni Thefceno was strikingly Ma the oUo b his with other membefs of Ib PrciidenVs Upon iho colllu WBS plain silver plat with these Bonn DIED June The body lies In slate to The no ble drawingrooms aro shrouded In blacl and every window in mourning with blac scarfsof The tall white columns he majetio i or Hen facing the South i complvtely shrouded in giving majestic and funeral aipetU lo tt The funeral look ilace at four ocloc From the American THE SIHPJS SINKING i objp and angry ether igry at stilled ppposilton but when death hath stilted monitory and nothing hut oalmr raory remains to recapitulate virtues land good like aJiTower beaten to iho ground by a1 rude slormrralses her head and smiles amongst her Round that as we have satdKlho mlnd jjjingi with fond and even oatller period of ourMois forces memory to1 be fancy takes Ihe pjiVee wines Ihe ith a garland of graces f and i have made so and which will be still receiving an Incrcnso Fecultarltiti in Vrgelabk 1 he difference between animals and ve clablcft h so on a tmpeificial lew wo do not perceive any resemblatice el ween them Some anlmaU only live tr vater olhern on Uie earlhor In Ihe air anil nmo aro or capable of living ilher on land or lu And tbii U lit rally Ihe cane with vegetables some of lieni only grow others in the w a some can F farce bear any either earth or water and ome even are fnind that exlM in he Phere Is treeHjn Ihe island of contrary nature of all other to which inolsturo is can lot bear it Is watered U icrishep the onlyway to preserve it In nob a Is to cut il the which is to bo dried in the and wards planted a dry and sandy A i ecu liar spectci pf some moas and other the alrt int what Is still of aii is thje ciulom of was put handof a sprouted out lie left so that after a lapie of some be grave being the faceof ihe do runct wasovcrvhaOed with rneihary The vegetation of Ihe truffle ii still more this extraordinary uherole has neither flowers nor U derives Us nourishment the pqres of its But U may be nak how Is U produced Why is there in only no kind of herb ID the places where I hfs ipccles of muihroom grout and why Is the land there dry and full of crevices Theie thing have never been No plant so much resembles as that species of membraneous mois called nosloch it is an irregular substance of a pale green and what transparent it trembles upon be slightest and easily It can only be seen after and is then found in many HouUrly In uncultivatedsoils apd sandy It exists In all even In winter but never so abundant as after rain in The most remarkable stance sibout U its speedy growth being formed almost instantaneouslyfor If we walk In Ihe garden in not a trace of U seen when a sudden shower of rain If the same place Is viiiled in an I ha walks are entirely covered with The wai long supposed lo havedescended front Ihe sky but U it now known la be a which attracts and with great a This lo which no root lo Is hi slate when ito piegnalcd with water but a strong wind j Several years was called to VUit a bis dying un ler circumstances peculiarly calculated to ouch ones He waa Iho onlj sot of his and she a The fa acaptaiuof a had caving his this ami a daughte n utterly A1 lib hopes of Iho mother and ihe daughte were centered in this young He was about eighteen years of and sailor a wbullng voyage round Cape Ihe mother and daugh by emienvoreil by moans of the during his loobtdih an humble When about a year he wa taken sick Ihe respotlsibiiUies resting upon he persevered In remaining duly 111 he was hardly able to lift his Ho with a saddened gave still hoping that health would restored to But days and nlghtii came and as ho lay In his cheerless berth counting the dreary and often weeping n he remem brance of his lost All on board tlie ship were loo lo give Iho sick uian any but the most casual Thus several mouths of weariness and woe passed he was growing ifnofo wan and and as the rolled upon the billows of tho lie had lo shield himself from living violently tossed to and fro in hU hard All hopes of recovery seemed now al the captain mrclinga wliich was about to return to the United to tranifer Ihe sick man from Ills own which was to continue for two years Us adventurous voy It the young man might survive nutll he reached It was poallfe Ihat a mothers core might yet restore Mute and exhausted under of perfectlnnt and I not ease of oonsciousnets of such a Being spread a a perpetual through he of a virtuous aiul makes him look upon himself every mo mcnt as nioro happy ban ho knows cheerful ness In a good man Its consideration of lhalBeing on whom our and in though ue behold lim an ethut In Ihe first fatnl dlncovo riei of we see every thing hat we can i inn cine as or We find ourselves every ipheld by hU and Biirrounded niih an immensity of love and In short wo depend upon a whose pow r him to make us happy by an in iuiiy of w huso goodness and truth engage Mm lo mnko those happy uho de sira it of niid whoso unohaiigeablenciis wit secure us in this happlneis lo all eter onJ tho Intercourse between EooEWonTii few years er a dangerous Miss Murla north wrote to a friend And it U all 1 thank God not only for my but In very and wllhoiil the leant exaggeration or affectation pf I declare on the my Illocii nas a source of more pleasure than pain me anil I would through all the fever and weakness to have the delight of feelings of warm affec and the consequent unspeakable ton satlous of When I felt that It was more limn probable that I should not recoverwilh a above and at the entrance of my seventysixth WRI lot olivrmcd r felt ready lo thankful rom the banquet of where I had been the dreadful dracrpline of months of he was pasalyely borne to a berth In tho homewardbound A voyage offive months was yel befoie He was to be nued upon the tempest lathed waves of tlie Thecoarse of the sallpr was all Ijie nutriment which could bo furnished for his enfeebled and no nurilngoould be offered by the busy of a crow col lected from all The months dragged and life slltl to Ihe of At of hU native land tn and Iho ship dropped anchor in tho from nearly two yean be buoyant with youth and the oung inan had Even his iuii and faded eye could not beam with ani as ho heard hot his mother and his sister stood by his He had come home penniless to Even the UuRUogo of af fection could find no utterance from his as In mule he turned his eyes wore deipaiilng looks of those lie It was wo I after he had been removed to hU mothers when I was standing by his U was as bright and beautiful an afternoon as ever smiled upon this lost He was lying upon his bed as illeiil and molionleiiM if he were Ills with her head leaning upon her n eniia sat HU Ilku a con gealed by sat by Ihe looking out into Ihpse btuo depths of Into which her agonized wished lu soar and to find resl was uttered ns I entered the A gen lie pressure of he hand was he only reoog nllion of my expressions of As I stood In looking upon the deep lines which grief bad traced upon that fill the young man languidly railed hli and without the movenieut of a d spirit dou Not a word Hindering whfdh with allJtbo i which never strikes bul to destroy not one bright ppgo upon he tloflt execrations of the human should not muit away with alhof wars an c and let friendihl kindness maik and Wo are too aq if j the world made for us happier should we be wefewe fo labor t more earnestly to promote each God has nlcuscd us with a x tot all There ip sunshine the upon the would be In most if we look Ihe slorms die bright mm shines Summer dropi lEuted curtain upon Iho which ta even when aulumq breathes her changing breath upon God reigns In Murmur at a Being 10 and we can live happier than we What U the dllTcronoo befwccn a fowl11 and n bird A who had obieivedj more than he had put that question toj a who professed about the animal He allowed t inability lo answer and Itujulred If tfio fa niter could tell The reply was fowls cany their oung to the foodj carry thp food to heir 4 a I conl WUBI Tidlngly relied on the of my And a few weeks she Our pleasures In literature do I decrease La it first of January yvas my eighty second and I think Ihat from books I as much enjoyment last year ai lever tiad in any year of my And went doing good anuVeiijoying the good ho unlll ofler only n few hours was called to olote her long and happy or1 Why Is it Ihat Ihe rainbow and clouds oatnb over us nilh a beauty Ihat U nut of Iho then pass and leave no trace of Why Is it that lite stars which hold their faitlVQls around the ijildnight throne are sol above the grasp of our for ever mock I n u us with unapproachable glo ry And why is U ihat bright forms of hu man beauty are presented to our view and then taken from leaving Ilio thousand streams of our flow back In an Alpine torrent upon our heart Wo were born for a higher dostfny than that There Is a realm where lie rainbow never where Ihe stars will be out before us like islands that slumber on tho where the beautiful beings Ihat now pan before us like will flay in qur pretence Vrenticei HEUGIOUS Pnoaness AND In published slatiitloilufoTmed that there wore about persons connect ed nilh the following churches in Ihe Unit ed r Preobyte Dutch ond Our po pulating was not far from Ao the prnpotiipn our population belnnRlng to Ihoso was not quite one In the ue same churchei give as the number of their rnnn SNUFF AND PLANTS dust Ouo inuIT is mid by lo be a com1 ileto piovcrilho to plants ngalitit tvo 1140 i little over Ilio surface of tho The rose and Hi on A all yield lo he influence of and ho delicate plants of the hot aro not Injured by Us TRUE mliflonarv American Bpard or having ac kitqwledgo of he Man the East India Company offered hlip tiinlary of If lie uouldU calling and aid them In wriU1 i jngaud making contracts with tho 4 On ht peremptory they e j per week if he would afford them OCCAI J Thin offer ho aim unylng no one could tempi him lo rellnijuUh he uurH He r ut lo e 3 LAND Worcester Spy haiM a long series of parliculats of he recent phenomena at on the Mth HO no foity eighty acres of land giving place o a lako and a tract of bins plastic There is rnliiliiR s the loine trt acres cf nnd about the quantity of Over Ihla wM extent Iho natural roll entirely dlin peared and in Its place is The wea land was whb a Jiavy grpwlh the whole of which bBlovt originaUevol some hlily j3 pendlcular walls on three and grediK ally sloping on the other rfdr Tbe lieeji ana portion of the Innd and on another poiKoft tljey thrown abnttt in j i jwSj nlnled JOlixi gothcs Iinfl J Krcs llailmi OU 80 Our population we utay suppose lo eale cry ly BCARiurr fc ;