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Chilton Times (Newspaper) - October 23, 1858, Chilton, Wisconsin THE is SAT i; 11 P A T M O R X E V a o n P 11 u M K 1 1 in advance tnp expiration of the first lor six or One Column Half tlo VOL. 2. CALUMET 23, 1858. NO. 2- al interest is so allied to that f farming that tin twu are nearly like fire and water acting to form agent toga IT they are Who that seen the grain and falling before the reaper and the mower but re- joico that the mission of the scythe useful as they have in baut Or whe sir lows the plough of as it onr til or oc 20 oo 15 00 a oo 5 00 B us in Cards P. M. and Will I promptly lo all in the practice of and ol the kept on hand Oft 1857. 1 I 1OUNTY Office at N' u Calumet Co. A II for w itli E. M promptly 1! ut -n a Official 1 II C. Lan Wi d-ii v V l-f I if anil in 111-n-k, Sth -I It. HAMILTON st Law and other tended th at- 1 WALK WiJi nil tfl to fire in OnW the National t. l-y n. HA OF 1'F.ACK, j And General Agent OF cnt i fit fu lie him If YOU LOVE SAY my you God You'd better speak than wish you If love for int' distress To me they say your heart it may Then once for to quiet 1 if you love say On that bound heart and manly Bits lightly sport or still the sanie To friend or Then why postpone your love to own For in trom day to day Anil let me whisper love say oft when 1 sick or With some remembered The of you has made me And then most why will thought of one so good Upon mv spirit prey you it should be understood if you love say of chance to Almost before you I with blushes on my And all my soul with it. tnf ihon nith voice so A faltering turn away When you before yon you love me. say .My true arc well to And poor and nof lor they are rich in Their happiness ni virlet them shed a Save that on you it ne i briny you if yot love My For u yon choose In it cannot And trained to use I'll lor but let me Un Since u and worth will be your if you love say TilK Mercury gives rtn amusing account of a negro baptismal in wherein a negro as Big Will ured Despite Will's we publish 'The bottom of the creak of pery just beyond point a depth was i for a proper of the broke suddenly into a I Big Will to do as but like hk lace in matters of religion overdid the bis feet ped from under and doun went into the deep hole dragging the minister I along The astonished crowd j was they both disappeared the For a few seconds bubbles roae to the surface to mark the spot they went then Big Will snorting and g like a porpoise As Will regained the shelving rock and made towards dry land the minister was discovered clinging to his leg with bull dog They were Loth happily As soon as Will's speech returned to him he was heard to Gor win e on you gwine to lose a nigger wid dis Address of T. J. Esq. DELIVERED THE CALUMET AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ON T. OF 1S5S. 30T1J Mr. and 1 requested by the Committee to deliver the Annual address before this T return my is among the first vre she is destined to must be due to her fitness for Agricultural for as rich mines ef or evon been beneath her No water powers to render her noted for her large navigable waters along her ly and easily glides through tbe can think with a smile of tbe of the old wooden mould with its stick of a in u-c by the generation just passed Mankind is either progressing or retr there is no fixed we believe no perfection to human skill anJ Who in so Utopian in ideas no- ders through which she might gain j that will look back at the no wealth by but with a soil to and excelled by she is rapidly gaining in population and ments of tbe last fifty years and say vre have reached tho summit of the of Who that has seen the thanks for the honor 1 would remark that from this Address will ly be expected the of the depth of the abstruseness of or the erudition that tjie that so many j track as the iron horse went the productions of the finished of our 1 feel and know j hearing nith the speed of tho wind scholar or learned or that it that jt wjn bo his hundreds of passengers and tons of In this our third Annual soring with iU limbs I discover over i performing the work of toil v our first attempt of this and with aching with unerring tbo fostering care extended by the State and or has stood by will challenge the perspicuity of the or that I should have searched down into the hidden mysteries of science as connected nith for its arc unfolded in the largest tends to develop tho resources of a or lias read the despatches ty or to settle its vacant to borne on the magic wires under erect school court houses and and as you stand other public to build Plank the Commercial Emporium of the New roads and and whatever else j can almost hear each mighty measure only to those who have labored j to tho facilities of the heart of the Old as it pul our DANIEL O a 11 tl JE n il s Snicks puts everything to long and unremittingly for their ac Like I can truly that little used am I to tbe set phraseology of but cannot offer tbe same that since these arms had seven pith they have been em- ployed in repelling the enemy upon the tented The faculty of addressing an intelligent audience extemporaneously upon any and at the same time ingress or ogress or conduces in any J will not say that tho other way to the general good should be art or r of mechanical carefully and and ingenuity for tho' next half century Those who come to settle in our not as much that just ful county know but little of those that have trials and privations of the earlier j it. tiers The numbers ofj whom I sue around me those going tbe labor have seen and watched the improvements has lessened by being from the time the thin implements that have been improved implements tuat TUB was called interest is a gift has cf first ascended from and Uile wo such in- a-d to to nuclei taku a case for tbe makc no mont of which was and bis client asked what would be his terms said Mr. cannot argue under one thousand for the is not a heavy it will require But a a very years ago and our own broad Wisconsin bad no place in that bright constellation ot States where she now stands forth a star of the first The Territory marketing little patch of clearing till like the stone agricultural cast into the waters of the its first kept with of the me to hang about the court for a Of she is composed was then known woman has been arrested in for old she had teen of it accreted in her Her offence weighed upon Yhy arc potatoes and corn like and I should be as willing to be actually ag tbe ii ri to nor Ilu H T 0 if Tint certain sinners of having eyes they see ing curs hear he marriage of a- loved child may to a parent like a kind of engaged for a week as to lose mv time in A though untouched liy the foot of civilization save where the I These difficulties we that little circles constantly they of do tho think that have expanded into the noble farms the Of their progenitors which one meets on every hand as they wag travel over the They know but J little of paddling a canoe forty miles or more to or the same distance with much as they could carry upon made fco the their said the I give you a 2calous fanatic had planted the you might be em- thousand will you other case in which Tbe bargain was The old man cross or the avaricious trader had posts for the sale of hii blankets and fire water But when this fair land of broad with their exhaustless having an eye lo applied to witn broad tlie highways around his former several persons in who had and waa 01Jencd np for settlement then or Of olle to in n tide of emigration unparalleled in I his and abounding HENRY Hay th S Vet therein the father pays a just gave him the good to he owes is recorded of an eminent that he once a butterfly Wis i for an he could catch ot stiH Gtl own too All of for wis. OIM KY M. K 1 will ho people expend all lives in their of families in and about arc making to return to their native Some of lived in America for twenty die and be buried in them have but lor the land their cases on the list and made his own terms for Mr. Webster s and actually received four hundred dollars be- Of 'The sturdy yond what he and beside that farmer with who tried i in vain to wring a competence from the last and most powerful blow sterile land of the eastern struck to crush crinoline out of S the hardy laborer from the land comes from the other side of the Atlantic of the classic Rhine and vine clad and An eminent French pby slopes of LaBelle the jovial sons lias given his opinion that by of Erin's green isle and the son of it the nearer of it is fearfully farmers of old all sought a subjected to catching and home and found a welcome diseases that are sure to prove J Like the fabled Dragon's teeth which And to an English physician adds Rt the command the weight of bis In a instantly sprang up serried ranks of letter lo the Medical ho relates Ctl the smoke of the the I arose on every Tho tall I have been consulted week by a bowed heads beneath tho blowa until the stock that we rear for the for or the is all that can be desired for the required Until each weed that so luxuriantly on loosely cultivated like so many plundering from is eradicated the mer should not nor falter in his Although in a new country like this many things that must be many difficulties overcome before anything like system or arrangement can More crooked than a A worm or plang and carried the maxim should be always to do tbe best under the circum- in places where the existence of a bottom For we hold that system w 1 I in even the most trivial was as no this have later may rejoice that have not had to but each one here probably has some pleasant little of of journeys over what was dignified with tbe name decked with mary a bearing little resemblance to say that the great The on of paralysis among a 1-rj. a M out of the substitution of i in foil paper as wrapping for the The idea seems and as it the of ibf covering should be 6 I C I R S A lar i O of Ohio ami tht lias for at thy I'd pluck the from the pluck the sun the tal pud of t hat the blue arch nf heaven in such majestic splendor tear him from the Don't advantages are fast And when a few years shall have passed and mud holes and corduroy have given place to the smooth gravel or tha iron track of the fiery will be for- gotten her she h is never bean troubled prairie sod and rich fields of The agricultural interest now and and she believes there is no arose as if by the of the en- has always been the great lever and main dency te rheumatism in her She chanters making glad tho hearts spring by which all the vast and has noticed tho advent of pain ever since j Of the mis whoso weary feet like machinery of political economy is lady suffering from rheumatic pains in the bright plough share cleft the ous individual had ever yet fathomed it. at night for want of better bivouacking under the shelter of some friendly where the mosquitoes presented the only bills that demanded settlement for accommodations which accommodations had at affairs of and most certainly in this the moat comprehensive pursuit in which a man can be He who farms at random some pear to will be like him who at random and will probably hit far wide of the If we sow tares and ex- to reap clean or if wt allow it to be choked among thorns or noxious go of being s But these discomforts and she has taken to and refers her i dove here at last found a resting pains to it as through tbe rotundity of its all the warmth usually re- by the clothing is dissipated by the of air circulating in the place it would be so very rcu a here my little said to a youngster of seven years A 31 O V K T T. F S II I O X A K Tx TO BE few days since three young belonging to the city of were so anxious to change their names that they insisted on being married too ill to move from their Their place and a Our worthy President who sits here with those friends and neighbors from the old Empire wended their weary way to the shores of the placid whose crystal waters like a band of emerald encircle this gem of a and here made for themselves a At that time these beautiful II Jt V MULT It. am let me arc the man who kissed sister Angeline last iu tho Angeline in my uid that I am rk in 111 a I 't I mil al t o d atuS VM of while in the parlor where were and tho happy bride a large company were husbands and know I think I all within the short space ot twenty-four This in an age of progress in more respects on a license one of ihe who did not taste tbe but saw others do it. testified that lie it was whiskey he saw them for he could it a mile off. The counsel for the defence asked him if he drank any of it. any of why don't you i see I'm i a defending burglars and had liis horse stolen from On learning will advertisement owned the thief returned without where herds of cattle are now zing so quietly and where harvests wave in the were covered with tht primeval and the wild Indian here chased the bear and the What other States have been long years in in the master of population and tbe to which they have arrived and whose course has been like that of the wounded snake drags its slow length Wisconsin ignoring the from the swaddling of Territorial infancy to the front rank among sister sprang at once into existence Minerva ready armed with shield and ler girded and ready to the right in any Whatever Calumet What the power of steam is to the the lever among the tbe head to the the farmer sustains to the other bers of the great social ture is the firm foundation upon an in- destructible basis which sustains the splendid superstructure of beautiful of and and com- For as fast as richly fields take tho place of prairie and these evidences of al wealth and prosperity spring up like Jonah's almost as it in one Of but little use would towns and cities be amid uncultivated or but little profit would accrue to the merchant who there displayed his rich if the produce of the farmer were not marketed But then on the other hand it may be said that upon the convenience of markets and the number of depend the money value of the farmer's capital and This is undoubtedly we are all but parts of a harmonious moves along the smoothest when all parts work In unison The we must believe the day of miracles not yet passed and that one will be wrought in When all tho broad acres of the yet untrodden that arc susceptible of improvement and arc and not till will the best system of tillage be For now as often as the shiftless and provident manager has exhausted soil by wasteful And insufficient and consequently drained his own instead of easting about for seme moans to replenish his exhausted thinks it easier to sell his improvements for a trifle and off for a new a similar course will probably the ame As poor Richard ways taking out of the meal tub and never putting in soon comes to so the farmer who exhausts bis soil by an injudicious course of continual without returning an en t in some form to sustain itf in- soon come to the obliged by tho pressure of ces to pursue a different or movc to a different There is not a man among all ind conditions of who can be so. ly independent as the Witt title Deeds to broad acres iim and his children after he no patent of to he is a of Gods own over his and herds that graze upon his and his farm well tilled produces all that an appetite would cravo or his necessities To farmer in t peculiar manner is tbe promise of tbe Great that seed time and barrest ver What to him is immured within the brick and mortar walls of ike crowded busily engaged in ike worship of Mammon in ibe of trade lo heed aught
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