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Evergreen City Times (Newspaper) - July 10, 1858, Sheboygan, Wisconsin AND II W. C. li K 1 11 T n N u mi u 111: A V t in r l or per o ivt Hit of Ihn A T K H O r A b V K It T I H I N (I 01, r. IS 21 45 co ni r. u it. or TarletT of Plain ill nt North of in on form For I-l hunu cnt oa tuna fast let mo JULY 10, 1858. TO MAIL IN t j will M in n i AUK N' ill tut i A DV or r lnr in tift bo In Ix all MUN ti A ilt ijl ut in tin nv tlinn they t of nt KHI OK Mini to mid it U A. A f r f Tun f 1 1 W ry A mil Alt S. V. A. I. n. V. i It. A. IM W. Ii W. J. IN II I. k II I 1. i Grin limn to A soNo run ImrU nail lo every Lot And all n funeral pall Though empty Though Ami nro till all Lot in Ami a for nil to to though Anil one ilay undo 1X11 they over can't mend Our won't Why not bright anil call fun I Will forfeited Or luick tint the cowl i NO I no brighter i will let Ult ntul not lot IIM keep thinking 1 nru i WH can't xo much because It won't old raw not j of hour that Iff t vacant our I till Ihe worry j Antl for alt hotter to to du Chion DU Within the present .in company with a party got up for the we visited and explored about seventeen miles from this In tho bluffs of Wisconsin It is one of the greatest natural curiosities in this Tho incidents of a three hour's visit amply compensated us for the labor and difficulties attendant upon the light of our to be a very high filled with myriad fornis of in- animate Our most to our fi us to miiko our explorations Securing some on tho wo hastily rejoined our who in returning to the open left their lights at inter- vals in the cave to show us tho way A NEW OF In one of the New England states I know a now about or Provided with years of Condition is a a cold ct wo j remarkable demonstration of the natural started on the At tion on tho miles from wo procured a and by several farmers of the and by Mr. Stucke who conveyed -u us in his wagon to the foot of tho two and a miles in the valley of tho Little The bluff is over four hundred feet covered j with forest the j it presents a point to the our guide we ail j ascended the cast and near the several old mineral in the loose earth around which we could see a good deal of A few rods used to Tic in the child is a very faithful copy of his The boy is a natural From Ins birthday till the present he has given all the of being deeply and so far as I or think it he has never swallowed a of spirits in his Though in good sound he been able to His head is always upon his and his speech is that peculiar character which marks a person in a very low state of in the midst of and something is said to in a Ono day he was walking along tho I mouths of tho fifty yards lovard with two girls Wo expected to sec im f tltn I mi r. l u l r. .i 1-t t. r I it girls on his when ho camo across two of and Ho the women i running to his said to in a low I nm with two who have come Paris In and whom him ma to the capital Hush And with a mysterious sign he a liar said thu dovil did he leave his K A I I Trl U M t replied tho I ell them we are two of the his intimate for In N. n. i I1 I V N. r. A. I K. W. A. COOK AMI ELLIS Wis. of Ill I 1 DR. J. j vil liin 1'nro H II Great was always fund of but as ho the discussion by collaring his nnd kicking his few of his worn disposed for onn of his why he did not his on somo particular is your was thu express an opinion before a who has such and wears such rrry think boots you tell who made tho Pinup I Thu same 0110 made do monkey dnt madu Have you not mistaken tho i blandly said a Sunday to a stranger who entered it. I said tho rising to go I I took it for a Why is a man who gets knocked down at an like tho world habit he's flattened at the Tho young man who perpetrated this KOSS anil P. AMERICAN HOUSE ir K ir t HI 5'.' STEARNS 11 loft for the on is Mr. a man trusted don't know of any I've trusted him for two 1 and I to trust liim of all I body more so. Ho never pays why am do ob tl my Miss do sunflower ob do like a kind ob cloth doy mako in III T 11 OM i i don t W. H. DWELLINGS FOR Ml nml I for removal from thu lot A will u to a varan i lot with n lin Iv or for 1IKUKKK, I on j an unbleached Why is wicked place a printing like a o i the works ot tho are i tx it rii At a colored tho J. i in ni HI Union noto was posted on the door In tho of f. f- 11 HA tonn will for will bo fifty No gentleman admitted unless ho comes Why aro railway liko for THU ovor Dr. for KAUFMAN 17S-lf f in they havo ironed tho whole and sometimes do a little S. II A 11 HI ON the over tjio Gorman f of lio 1ms the lio n of to tho can moot 1 uM Tho in an upon street smoker is the of death is tbo percussion cap like it is a what sort of toes aro thoso you are planting to tho public on tho loth to bo honor wouldn't be U.K. thinking I would plant boiled and just a little distance down way to through tho thick atmosphere western of the wo came fo the I of his intellectual penetrate his he at once liko a mon and gives proof enough that he is not wanting in native evsr hia mental faculties aro His seems to be ly He is to every one around I msy ho is not only pitied for his spite of his lamentable regarded with uncommon He is looked upon as a star of no mean obscured and almost blotted out by the mist in which he is to till he shall pass from the present stage of existence gloomy looking opening between craggy but were mere holes in the one of them at roots of a do not indicate the existence of subterranean Tho largest opening is perhaps five feet in diameter the other is not moro than two nnd a half or three Lighting our and divesting ourselves of all superfluous we commenced making tho ing the largest by ti sort of crawfish ico found ourselves in a low hull varying in width from ten to and narrowing lo nn large chough to admit a a few yards Passing through this we camo to a and er the roof Of which is dotted with stumps of the long points having been broken off by the merous visitors At the ther end of this hall is a huge with a circumference nt its base equal to that of a which narrows as it tho diameter at the about four feet from tho being six or eight where it has been broken off. Pendent from the in a direct line above this miniature is the broken stump of what must have been a beautiful until their rounded points met. Near this is an opening leading to tho largest and most magnificent chamber in part of tho A precipice extends across the which abruptly terminates farther advance in a straight Standing on its brink and holding our flaming torches as far out as as our eyes became accustomed to the darkness we could see the walls widening in all directions ny gleaming white in tho ding hanging from the ting the roof a perfect and in corners and on on floor and clinging to tho nnd beautiful calcareous to which fancy might of fiends or or brilliant specimens of antique A circular hole in the rocks form the just largo by tight to allow one man at a time to get with or without hoops would hardly mako the afforded us tho moans of ing the main room in tho We found a broken nnd or rather pieces of a sapling partly trimmed of its lying at tho bottom and Mr. Stucke informed us that ho found tho ladder thero when ho explored tho cave tho first over nineteen years From this room wo explored tho various passages lead to similar sometimes sometimes crawling on our hands and and sometimes lying flat on our and wriggling along as best wo After exploring all tho passages and openings of lessor looking frozen cascades which fall from crevices in the scouring as many specimens of the clusters of wo wo retraced our sops and soon come out into the de- licious air and welcome light of Wo penetrated tho smaller entrance to tbo finding it much more to and tho much with fewer formations than wo other part of it. In here ire discovered a and boyond that two of us wont in the to as I understand the law of there is nothing unnatural MR. A the London of 20th The great novelty of the day was the introduction of the zebra of tho African tho latest pupil in Mr. one with although ho ultimately expects to drive him through Hyde he yet makes his account to have a great deal of specU men introduced was the most footed beast we have ever hia j perfect symmetry of bright glossy coat of the richest cinnamon and deepest and a pair of eyes that flashed fire as he made his appearance in the The pupil is still only in the and yells out his in a most uncivilized manner when requested to go his But he does it lies down when ho is not the grace and readiness of his more over with a NO. 224. Y. RESCUE OF AN Among the arrivals reported in our ship news of ths wrecked hrig Isabel under circumstances deserving of more than passing Tho Isabel sailed from this port on of last with lable EACH hundred nn form with In out pr For on For 1.00' vomman in out 5r For i ft Hull according to material anj per to All other on be our with nf Tn WITHOUT helpless of despair and sense of subjugation even tho hitherto untamable steed of the has at length found a firm although gentle we must confess that at first wo heard that Mr. Rarcy was going to introduce a zebra to his we had a shrewd suspicion that like a was and that some venerable Jy who had graduated in a was about to be introduced for the sake of novelty and But all suspicion of that sort was dispelled when we saw this ferocious so beautiful and yet BO in his follow tho great re- into the There was thing positively unearthly in the scream with which he saluted tho and tho fact of Barricade being only breast high set at least one person who was present about nervous calculations as to his probable stock of As he lay upon the ground he kept up u low whining soliloquy which a in this Every individual ever person acquainted with the }s governed fry the same language have which caused him to bo what he is. Prior I would give mo intense gratification to his father had been a secret i to devour this fellow where he and but confirmed and when the fact became the gentle and but a few had his the revelation was made and in a wny the most and One when he was supposed to be the most unimpeachable of he staggered broke through the door of his sleeping and down on the floor in a state of wretched For weeks he wallowed in to kick out tho brains of these nent lookers-on no for as I havo nothing for it but to lie down to behave myself henceforth and for once be a civilized quadruped and A strong of probability was given to this translation by the subsequent conduct of this beautiful and ROW subdued He retired slowly and with rather sad than sulky in his gave only flying held it open for and permitted of who was to stroke him down as he lay in his stable exhausted after his recent conning over his son against the next 3tiy.- This terminated tho day's lecture or whichever it may bo All present expressed themselves not only completely but profoundly im- pressed with tho soundness and novelty of Mr. and retired with tho most favorable reminiscences of of his clear natural life vious earnestness and faith in his and of approbation of the gentleness and forbearance which he er failed to inculcate as the great leading characteristics of bis HOW THE During thu nest six or seven j scream as he passed through his stable ing his domestic reputation had been for- had one gentle nip nt the groom who he kept tip a constant scene of at the end of this it was told him that ho was husband of a he reeled and staggered on without much Months passed but thero occurred no marked change in the habits of the poor It was at once discovered that there was something lar in the looks of the When it was three months there began to be strange speculations respecting it among the At tho age of six speculations bad settled down into very general but not a word was said to the disconsolate who had also begun to have her own At as she was one evening looking her and wondering what could bo the reason of its strange the terrible iden flashed upon her child is a natural She shrieked aloud and her husband who happened to bo within came to She loll upon and George is born She could proceed no swooned away in her husband's From that hour the father of the boy never tasted of a drop of The sight of his and the of his entirely cured him of his Ho seldom looks upon bin unfortunate little George without shedding a tear over that by which ho entailed upon him a life of obscurity and He has I rejoice to ao as to re- deem his and he is now the father of five all of whom are and and ing only tho one whose destiny was thug This principle of inheriting ti ails and is susceptible of an indefinite number of It has become a and it is sustained by all history and that the offspring of libidinous connections are uni- marked by a strong tendency to improper while the subsequent and daughters of where thorough repentance Las talon general io Pott all Oil following day tho ma Railroad Company's brig Captain also sailed from this bound for On Saturday morning at half past seven tiy south tho ered an abandoned which on being proved to be tho which had evidently been in lent collision with a large and was rapidly Her port bow was com- mashed down some distance below the water tier bowsprit towing over IVer all sails clewed the mainsail towing and she had already six font of water in her hold. A scar high upon her foremast that she must havo with a largo and the fact that tho brig's boats were still on while every portable thing of value had showed that tho had been taken off at probably by tho ship that had caused the and which from the force of the must have severely Captain Whiteberry immediately set all hands at work on tho except self aind and by drawing canvass over tho bow and diligent pumping she was freed from water at seven o'clock in the The Mr. John an with two to attempt the perilous task of bringing the wrock into port. they have had only light variable winds most of the and by hard working at the pumps and ful navigation they succeeded in their un- The wrock arrived in the er bay early this was taken in tow by a and now lies at 13nrlingslip, a sorry sight She has been visited this forenoon by numbers of nautical all of express their at tho of her hardy of the and as she is ly estimated at upon of highest rate of salvage will be The devil bargained for the soul of a young The devil was to furnish all the money Young America could nnd if be did not spend it as fast as it came his soul was the For several years Young America kept ahead of tho devil by the aid of but the fiend made a largo deposit with which it seemed impossible to get rid of. Young as a last re- started a Tho devil growled at the at the end of n was savage at six sad at nnd owned up at the end of a The newspaper went but a soul was THE GREAT OP London in erery issue is occupied with a filled exclusively with in addition to the like matter inserted in the regular Its are beyond any rates known in this Its weekly receipts from this source exceed twenty-five thousand A single of pays the Times advertising of one hundred and fifty dollars per and fifty thousand dollars more per year for ABOUT A. A husband of a reasonable ago recently entered a cle in Paris and to look at tho ment of he to a present to his wife upon her close nt Ono of the shawls seemed to please in the price tho shopkeeper demanded sand and he was willing ter pay only eight After some at bargaining he went away without de- promising to return The cunning merchant ran immediately to the Ms nnc related tho occurrence to ed at the kindness of her the lady willingly paid the two hundred francs at which he hnd and sent sway tho having enjoined upon him the strictest Eight days The but not tho shawl f The uneasy at tlic non- appearance of the present after allowing the usual week of sent to demand her money or the Astonishment of the The had been delivered to the husband some ten Mrs. tho woman who lives without the New York Daily says W tf believe there is cruss about the We not wonder at the incredulity of the or any who arc not conversant with tho it is just as certain that the woman livos without eating or as fJ fa that the sun risos It is equally wonderful t no- human frame can exist under tho amount of suffering which this woman are probably of ihe horrible suffers and times In regard to her living without the must sceptical men havo been convinced of its after a most rigid She has been closely dav and every by persons that could be for than thirty during which time tho persons thus employed declare that sha neither nto nor drank a particle of fn whatever light it may the case is worthy of Sumly Hill 3Jr. C. of tli is is just now completing a patent brick of his own which far surpasses g of the Mild By those wha understand the and the it is considered the most improvement for the manufacture of brick now in It is said to be very yet The with but little is put into the as grain is put 11 hopper of a which it is pressed in any shape or size that mav be It is capable of i a hundred and t handsome pressed brick a all fur fiic such bo as easily made by it have been shown a piece of about a and two inches in lerbr of which was nearly .is aud full as as Thu bricks made by this will a perfectly oven and bo much smoother pressed We shall be to see this Jii practical Thero is doubt but that the and of its in- ventor will be amply kce A TRCK TALE or A few days ago 0, very pretty lady ing occasion to make a visit at a friends in Black in the evening returned the Her less expansive in easily slipped into one of tho narrow and sat The our vainly attempted to contract her sphere so as to do the It was absolutely an impossibility of the gearing wouldn't tho safely valve was amid the tittering of she heroically stood in the Very won Conductor Winn is the pink of took the ladies and tered evidently be bad never before been in such a fix he smiled and looked thoughtful by with an effort ho with one of bis insinuating the will beat a retreat to the recess usually by the I shall be able to pass She did and tu te went he laughingly remarked the designed traveling the would have the car 16, so that sho should Buffer no in- Tie passengers enjoyed ste A FRENCH A person resenting herself us tho Countess do has lived fur the hist forty years in drawing the pension of the de- ceased sa iu re- and only in the cratic circles of that wore tho of an nnd no one doubted that she was the true Countess bess A few ago this son anil it was that the pre- tended a had been and brought a con- vent in intimacy with its inmates without suspicion You will probably consider this a French and ask what became of the real Countess do and how it happened that this individual was enabled to put himself in her and receive the income of her estate and with other natural A SWIMMING TO cently a man named hired to work on ranch in Costa opposite On nt the scene of his says the and not liking tlie ho concluded lo to that There being no of he jumped into the water and swam The distance from shore to shore is abouS three The tide was going out tho and lie thinks it him at least a mile of tho making distance into of shaving was a Loafer very A went one of our the other and after being tho a red upon he was informed that p know to tlie only lacks cents it You ain't for a- There was no appeal to view of the A day or two a and a youth were quarreling in the The friend kept his temper most seemed but to increase the anger of the the fool than you the tence with an re-
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