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Burlington Weekly Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1859, Burlington, Wisconsin THE BURLINGTON WEEKL H W. Per VOL. 1. RACINE CO. AUGUST 30, 1859, NO. 16. gurlington at Racine Tuesday morning by H. PH E ia Geneva 8t For one For Three 60o. Invariably in or 12 or less a I I I I 8.40 I j 3.W I i i of nix or 00 par the rates by Yurly thoir the of wilt bi charged lit full All for than one month to be paid In yearly to paid for or Special before anJ an of the The of la to not with directions will be inserted until and No miile for ami will lio for at half the rates for We fully to do all of Job the mi I upon copies of the can ho thin in wrappers for at ire 11. W. BLACKSMITH is now to do all I of n on lliu rtt in tbe Horse line in the nnd work usually i. A I 3( T I And want H. OD j BURLINGTON Proprietor tho I portion of is tho iut point lor the mill hues from to Md vicinity roiu of availing of anJ at the mmo time seeming llM of nut fail lyl Ot nnd in nil the 81} lea TI TOK alwayn on aud for PLOW RE- PA I KINO on the shortest notice mul ia the bait BALL Wis T and pure and J A uurs constantly on W. Ji I L 1. 1 A R D M. T. A WELL filled bur. ami nil including tho y un A. A T T H N Y A T L A W CO CRT WISCONSIN L. Attorney Counsellor nt lyl T. Shwe mid repairing to on short notice nnd M proprietors of Ibo mimed woul I invite the of runners and tho lo their Grist and Flouring And at the same lime assure that they are to do all kinds of ing in a aud workmanlike wan anted to give satisfaction to nil who muy favor thorn with their They nre prep to four different bi of and Fine can good for their horses S C RUSS CO. 1859. lyl EMPORIUM OF ITHE un takes pleasure in to the of Burlington that bo is still on iu Ins OLD on the Corner of where IIP IM carrying on the TAILORING in all its A of nnd Trim on Tho best aid B. F. 1859. JOSEPH AND TN odr g. THE TWO Behold the rocky wall That its sloping sides Pours tho swift as they In the rushing river tides Yon whoso sources run Turned by a Is Athabasca rolling j tho 6tm the cleft The slender rill hud But for the planting To evening's with tho tangled braid Of foam flecked So from the heights of Will parting stream as a moment turns its widening torrent From the same From the samo mother's One to loog darkness aud the frozen One to the Peaceful Sea FINDING THE BY B. Aii kindi of mending ami to 01 on and at low 11 18'jO. lyl F. IB A K 8, v of Col I. Borrows and Lends 1'ivs i 111 nil n i nnd at and M IN lands ami i in any desired nnd agent in the of any iu lyl i vi Wisconsin I'll a win re to the little U nts the most nil l nt ihu 11 Geneva the of cau be John iu Gold and Silver nnd Britannia Oold Pi- rul fancy Ai 18-1 M un 1'nlly lyl F. and 142 Main rend retail in ami Sudn Pio and Pies i ml of all on nnd to ordi r. I ruin the try and promptly attended A. A M 13 S MILL and will furnish of tho erection of mills and in all its with cure and ss given if re- Wis. Tan L I V E 11 Y Hint always in to nil may i UNION flro cents M 1'iich. an atten t vu nstler in of the public is fully W. D I TI A X B I O B denier in AND and RECTIFIER WHISK E V II A U S in Yankee Notions and Wis. ALL of II and and beat of on and sold at than like fnr lyl HENRY 3. 1. Baggage carried to and rorn the of 43 and at 1U- 184 Main vnt lyl A. W. RACINE WISCONSIN Good for is isn't now said Mr. Murray as Lo seated himself nt an inviting and admired wife titling opposite to busied with the Cooper was by no means ed for a and shining light iu but she made a very pleasant nnd so to in the more limited circle of hor own Mr. Cooper had and a pre- for all his and aversions some of the distinguished family of he was a The ray was a family and his soul umpired to tho scale of living to which it belonged bat his means wore ral thousand a year short of its if Mrs. Cooper had practical in an extreme experienced to the value of oy in itself it is doubtful whether they could have got on at The recklessness with her assumed that charge and nnd tho style in which his elor expenditures had wore rather alarming to otio who had had need to calculate ways nnd means For Mrs. tho' proud of her in a certain was only a Smith Martha and it is well known that the Smiths cannot subsist upon their name and connections as a or a Cooper might Poverty among the Coopers was be- ing well dressed living in a laws waited on by but ways troubled by an accumulation of ns Mr. Sen often must by which he mount that he er of the tradesmen ho as known to the industry and a great many reduced to must before thoy wore younger cf the Bird Coop the De aud the looked down upon their cousin as having sunk several de- grees in the social when he loft one room iu the third story of a boarding for the whole of small but comfortable house Seventh inasmuch as he with his wife's over- to live somewhere within the range of his and paid for most of the clothes he and tho food he some unprejudiced persons migh have ranked him as morally in the Mrs. Cooper did not know where to commence her when her husband's idiosyncrasy as to money matters first was made but she came to the conclusion that the ing point of charity was a good place to commence respectable ative and so began with her own personal But her husband had a few ces to before he could be to srt aside the extremely cst amount she proposed from his ry. didn't believe in allowance What was the good in knowing what you It didn't it any in Dry pny our If you j anil iu it was decidedly a of for a rif bo sure give n cull 01, nnd and cleaned and nt low nil kinds of Jewelry mended in in B. F. tablo to bo posted on the lie never hud an allowance the and mother never had No they al. ways got whatever they and the bills were seru to the It business when they were To bo sure the Governor grumbled when came and threatened all of hot nobody over interposed the nor's would have gone without would rather than see you It's a great deal better to know just what you can afford to only try or let for baby and If you only know how I bate to say I didn't think you were such a goose most women would jump at it. I never had an us you call since 1 was Books are bother enough at tho Who always want's to be marching up a column of and ruminating on except it's a balance in one's which I believe I never yet had the pleasure of When I have the you are you know These private purses make a wife altogether too They are the beg your the mischief you know said Mrs. to make my husband a day how it sound please give me ten dollars to buy you a gold pencil to have my nice little surprise spoiled by the being presented beforehand at the having to manage Mrs. Green's aud take what I ed from your by er you wore at night 1 To be you never miss that's rather hard on a after all my reforms Don't 1 ever stop iu an omnibus to count change I done wonders in not bringing sorts of you know 1 I'll bet you two to never interrupted j Mrs. in a grave that be- lied the mischief of her the i idea of her husband's I wouldn't be afraid i I can tell to a dot every cent I've got about mo I agree to give up the lowance if you can suggested the unbelieving And the was I drawn forth It so that a foot of two or three t years standing had been presented that which had caused an S ion of cash on ending iu an in- the customer was perfectly ac customed call two you see 1 and a Rhode and a three and a and cents in No allowance carries quite so I can see and bank notes never are quite Now suppose you look in your I'm quite cured of that more lying 3.wo of those convenient presented only n two small and n box of In the breast pocket the hand made a sudden Mrs. Cooper was in turn as she saw a flush of discomposure rise to her husband's 1 remember now the at for my lunch you know And discomforted man drew forth two a gold a aud some small This was the history of the from its cal Mr. Cooper first began to understand a faint glimmer of the im- portant penny is two- pence us is often common enthusiastic minds he plunged in- to reforms ou his own to a most alarming This after their essay of Mrs. Cooper's plan tho' he often ignored the and himself on the brilliant He gave up smoking for two months a then had a few cigars some one had given him down town after- wards a bunch of some choice a of who was in desired him to and finally a half box was smuggled in and replaced at lie wore really shabby clothes through the ho but brought home a choice of white and a fancy chuck the very last three days of September He under- took in tho most virtuous manner and annoyed Mrs. Cooper three i days in the week by forgetting to d0 and presented quite too stiff an per to please any one neat almost to He talked a great deal about tuble inspected the ash heap to see that DO available lump o coal was thrown and even was accustomed to be- come of that having ly heard that a good family soup might have been made out of a beef with a few In these last symptoms had grown very and Mrs. Cooper began to wibh roost that Murray 7icr even suggested if he would the reins ly into she would undertake to drive safely through the jears losses and She had failed iu him to one of her principal to that of paying ready money for July and January were still rendered by the successive arrival of yellow en- known at once by their having no post and the extreme ness of their They always gave her a lor she knew pre- the effect they would produce when her husband caught bight of them no matter how amiable or cheerful he would be at the This very when Mr. Cooper so ically pronounced to be indeed it looked so in the bright neatness of her household and especially in contemplation of the well spread at which they were wife inwardly disquieted by knowing that her own hands would be obliged to cor in the vessel of his by bringing forth the grocer's half ly at the amount of which shu had not ventured to what shall I do for your com- fort or amusement this old dy inquired tbe really devoted as be bit off the cud of a and fumbled behind an engraving by for the that he ways insisted on having just where he could roach it. the that I've and I looked through as I came Shall I crack some nuts 1 There that reminds that I must get one of those I saw at Smith's and a tbe most complete ar- rangement you ever for doing a tire smoke and the vy at the much was You know ours came with tho aud isn't two years old a dollar or I Must you sew ways Why don't you a seamstress 1 much would it to have all that pile sewed up for once 'A dollar or retorted Mrs. and as she threw out her and tho grocer's communication was discovered on top bur work any who H that fiom T we begin to think of u littlo place iu tho next talking about the lot ou tho band the you again to-day And or thiee satisfactory filled up a bhoit nti Mr. Cooper threw back iu his own lar easy must have something this year towards you're such an industrious little and deserve to have a of your and everything nice about you if body Whom did you say that was It's time you heard from your isn't And a baud was stretched past with the most complacent Mr. Cooper himself of the His spirits had gradually been sickening since the opening of her She know perfectly well that she was considered as responsible for every item of tho os if each barrel of flour aud pound of had been purchased for her sole individual Mr. Cooper's face clouded with tho direction of the with open the ope the storm burst with his glance at the sum A hundred aud fifteen dollars did you see Martha dred dollars and when it not to be Did you order when I was away in the fall never had these things what was I should think with all waste that goes on in I wish you'd see after jour as I've told you a hundred It would be a great deal to put out this lasting and attend to your house a little try to do said Mrs. bending before the as it knowing it to bo Try I dare say it looks like with all ths bread I see thrown to feed a dozen poor Thiee barrels of flour no is quite lult of the last one sugar and don't tell me. There's says use a barrel of white sugar every His wife doos her jelly in coffee So had until she found that it was cheaper to uso that which did not need and her husband thought he could never touch mutton or game without currant and had almost a juvenile for sweetmeats of every She knew perfectly well what became of tbe it's ths butter much do you think we've had since October said lier husband ently with the air of a virtuous judge condemning a criminal found guilty in every point of I told you Ann wasted butter from the How can you expect we shall evor got along in the if you don't see after your servants What's the use of denying myself Cooper here recollected a a pair of and a traveling that he had lally dismissed from his thoughts in thu most resolute I may your sake and the if this is tho way you are to go It was an unexpected amount Mrs. bly economical thought she had been especially careful the last six She was It was hard when could enumerate self- denials of time and and had cross and a houseful of in the inspections of Ann's closet's and and repeated rebukes nnd corrections of her Though economical to the last there was nothing she shrank from so much ns an approach to or considered so by others haps it washer own especial this but even that she tried to put down in doing a housekeeper's duty Her not in the least ed by her that might have been the replaced the in ita envelope with the air of a man whose substance was wasted by riotous and sent it on to the rhp under the where his wife found it in the next She was rather for the which promised so sed very she away in and her husband de- clining himself or to bo over the after his nnd off to boil an hour earlier I cannot it T thought I hud boon so very en don't Murray is acd yot don't hoe how wo dime without anything wo have Cooper hud lior and tho uncomfortable It was a very long and perplexed one mirror ted but it brightened visibly before she finished her inspection of tho various and had entirely even to bo- fore fhe had finished copying off some of them on a sheet by themselves If sho had made any she kept them to herself that evening but when her husband hung up his overcoat in his office the next and folt in the outside pocket for a ho found with it in his wife's handwriting addressed to It was Perhaps ho had been too hasty in or too vere considering how fond bhe was of and how she felt oven a Poor Ho would overlook it this once and so he broke open tho He thought it was another at first and that bhe had been afraid to it to him after outburst but it was iti his wife's hand and bonded 1806. 1 1 box of 1 aallon 1 1 case of 1 box of 1 gallon of Sherry I of 1 box of He could not understand it all at but as he glanced dt the each one made it Ri ally he could not have believed that these tle laid from time to for and a friend or who accustomed to drop could amount to so Mrs Cooper did not drink ol Sherry or smoke so the Jay at his own Mrs. sitting by front at twelve saw the of- arrive with a return It was very but quite to tho DEAR own MURRAY Cody's For the HOME Aug 10th. EDITOR Notwithstanding the terrible pictures painted to fancy by my friends iu of dangers incurred by poor simple mules who dared to usurp go much as to and to upon a being heartily tired of the long I determined to brave them all with the spirit of a thinking it far more heroic to take a flying from some high railroad like the poor Switzer in a foreign to suffer a lingering death by Accordingly on the ing of I set sail from your beautiful village in a one horse wagon driven by one of your most and steeled direct for the Being of a modest and unobtrusive disposition I would fain leave unnoticed aud Judge then of my when I saw em- blazoned on the front of tbe largest on the street through which in large this transit gloria A beau- but whether intended for or of the lody N and Miss who just in ad- vance of I did not If the I must say that it at quite Arrived at the depot I disembarked and conveyed myself and personals on board the passenger while the wagon and stood due for under press of On entering the I noticed well intelligent looking engaged in a very animated dis- Thinking to learn something worth 1 seated myself pre- pared to listen Until we reached the next these men kept up the debate in so animated a tone that no one else in the car could indulge in cither reading or The momentous subject so engrossed these of as to make them forget that they even chimed to lie was the re- founded en of and S. A. to the Presidency in 1801. Just about as I as to dis- cus the claims of Caligula or Nero to a for good deeds done here in the When the cars arrived at the question was allowed to seemingly by a tacit agreement between the to tee which of them could out of countenance two very pretty young ladies who came into the can at that Leaving them engaged in that very pleasant I ed the last and soon forgot them as well as myself the morous and philosophical of tho Professor at the Breakfast I wus soon aroused however by sound of renewed I found that the battle was transferred to the fertile plains of Lorn and that the grand fight of was being fought over again with variations and One of the pretty little man with nice black kers and a look of intense self that reminded me of good old Mrs. who thought tKe tun arose every fair morning on to hear him took tho lead and soon distanced all He showed just what a great fool Napoleon and how easily the could have annihilated the French ar- if the little man himself had only stood in Francis Joseph's I could not doubt his for by thu time he had completely annihilated his and I could only wish tally that ho would turn his attention to the annihilation of and for the until his were again needed in Change cars here for cries and in a short time I am ou the wings of the over the beautiful prairies of my native On every far as eye can waves an almost boundless sea of golden ently in the dim distance I ing in a long line on the horizon's the blue shadowy outline of the growth of forest that shade my own loved How my heart thrills at the Though my eyes can reach tbe spot and wait my Onward speeds the iron and soon from the confused mass of one well known point after other slowly becoming and more until the deep owy blue is changed to the deep green of the snd all the best loved scenes of my childhood are spread out before my eyes like fairy we but too At last the down go the and slowly the cars come to a l familiar there stands our and there is my brother on the platform looking for me. So good bye
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