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Fond Du Lac Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Published Weekly ky per at the UME 7 NO 25 FOND DU LAC WISCONSIN THURSDAY MAECH 17 1853 WHOLE NO 887 JOURNAL ill BEESON invariably In M k Butler And Exchange Broken Exi fmi on New nml X DW ot do un On- V wr cl Wright 3 rule liy I- POST Pile JOB H Hi on Mme form 9 MO B fit nf ilu tv in uur BUCK ft Banking and Collection Office Land and Insurance KONI DU WISCONSIN on New Voth HI Louli V tent on X on vvn Alto on In United mul oo nml nt the lovrnit IT K s D I r and in Chancery irl witli 1 J fc A W on Muin over K in in A 0 nl in I1 BATON I H lu T i- i intl Solicitor in Chancery JOHN 1 Cours anil of thi C Oil AM OS of of THE STATE BAKK MADISON A Haley MILWAUKEE WIS S Oil AS F mi Duffalo New for mte In to at the TO AIT ABSENT WIFE BT O to bring Joy mitl M in wings ling lit to HIO Are Jh the dew Ami trine from grave thu move hike o'er you welkin 1 inn Tin a calm la bin P uf lliu A soft liko tt li Houling over nml I re urn And a bower u slur But 1 nni Tig on nwu dyrs The mid glo Like in of on mnn i tor fcb iiii merchandize Of every Description lln most iiy LOSS Perils ol liy or fni nil V'ul- Ilin FIRE upon nil nl ty ut mod Tati by Anil like mi trees its the But J t with n The of ocean gwell n mother's mild Low child And on truth wandering nru hoard The rich notes of the bint In many ti w lay Itut 1 null art k in low clear own is in my uur my check thy twine own dear is in mine own lip to mine is is pillowed on my my have all my heart I um art Kunil ilii City it 1 S H Fonil ihl in tho K rv C Itl i ill A In I 111 111.1 ill jarlH uf the mud LAW II ill ill i i r of i ovtr Main 111 of of nil in corner N U paid to t In I'M WATCH 1 to Lewis hy will to do of work in his of Mr practical Maker in him in tci invite I In: wlm mint j in it skillful nnd Finn ilu April I Miniatures n T M i to nit j f S M- D i- uf Main aim Fonil H W M D III H v II M n I Dm Mull It iu thin I of country anil Mulling them for the Low Trice of One or Now who that will tit next A T W 11 K I -N S J L D S T A N O nnd will do all if in his line to tin nf him with Particular attention tu I 0 1.1 NUB li'l ilu M i of 7 ioor till House ilu Idle t In Komi In Fond du Lac Livery Stable n Komi ilu nml j S liim all opt i nl ions to on SMITH V thf I lii Lac M ORRIS Arc nl nil lo Iho with Horwa anil Hono M or per who to into he country j fan In their their are anil mh aik tin lie t Store i i ilu j co anil Main dll i K i Cloths ilu j j of anil and Court Fond dn Wo Hotel In the LEWIS HOUSE nl r rf Miln tod ita from i to from free NOT and OR And a Tavern anil for the nf the will he Ilia are well nmt in to ilatt tlin ol Iu Lac with to hit an will tor lieff Pork Motion o o 17 c A k i N b r wonM to the of the country Unit tie a CLOTH In of fin e liv ilw tilth of June to commence nml In him two nml finning enn i la o IE H HT -a s m Y oo bMt M irf T Tte Mid bMt WMM t Uc nre WbS of 1 sin Thy Thy Thy Thy Oh 1 And LILLA OXFORD THE ORDEAL BV AUSTIN C Ho took up his candle nml went up to her He softly opened the door and entered but no daughter was liters nnd he was upon the point of back when a small folded note upon the table arrested hia tin took it ami opened it und with he rend as you get J shall have left but I trust not for n long time 1 know you will I i it me me for tho course I taken but my is at stake 1 am with Harold Herbart and I am to he wife I think ho will me loves me and he is rich As soon as we are married you Khali know where we are and you wilt come and seo me O best of fathers arn forgive give me My tears blind can write no more Lost lost the old man as lie dropped the note upon the floor She knows whut she has God protect her and enable me to bear this blow for now indeed I am With one heavy groan the father annk back upon his daughter's bed and the hot scalding tears rolled down his furrowed cheeks in big CHATTER V TUB On on flew that was conveying Lilla Oxford from her home It vas past midnight and the heart was gradually sinking lower and lower in her bosom The thought of her father of the many had left behind and she her companion now took no apparent no- tice ol her tears Then the thoughts of Jason Dor luff ca me re- membered all his attentions and thought of his noble for- giving spirit and of the quiet home he had offered her Then top srie be- gun to look more deeply into tho real feelings ot her heart and the truth burst upon her she the young farmer still There had been a maddening blinding dazzling charm in tho ami words of Harold but that had been be- neath the shelter and shade of her own native roof and garden but now now that being away thro the of knew not to another ness she of her knowledge rebounding back upon her heart wilh an awakening influence i gobbed mo buck to my father Let mo go home pretty goi too far now to go buck Lilla had by a lhat could not be Harold voice and 10 up lo bad not gamed her place i the dim could fine out- of and could the of O I pray you turn bstk my Mj will for- give will He p mM tins the Inte that hud sacrificed every ciple of reason to a sudden passion Her heart fairly from the man to whom only a few short hours before it had HO blindly clung At about one o'clock Herbert bont forward and gave some dime tiona to the driyer find shortly after- wards lite turned into a nar row At u distance of u quarter of a mile fro in the main road they to uri old of looked uut the Bge and here they stopped tlie ground and then turned to assist Lilla out from the curry till Do you stop she with n del or ed For tho Herbert stood by his Come wo good tions Having led the girl ns Jar as the broken gate opened to have felted on ox ha laid the dressed form of bert quivering upon tha dirty floor old hag but a gle look from the aroused farmer sent her back come Jason king girl by iho hand let UM slay here 110 did not move from the spot where had fallen and with a quick step Lilln her preserver from the house upon the back scat and hen leaping in he the whip and swiftly Not a was during the ride knew not what to say and Lilla dared not mint herself to a yard he turned wards driver how much is lie asked This'll three Well there's three here are i j more for yourself your j There you can go hack I mout an well stand the poor eld hogs rest a Just us you returned bert and thus he turned The bright sun wits above the hills when the carryall ped in front of tho old with a trembling fullering Lilla Jason's arm and walked up to the dour She entered the front room There not her father wilh hia hend bowed upon and could full from his gray lashes She sprang back and taking Lilla by tht hand he Jed her to the house where he rapped with energy The door was opened by an old man und as tho feeble 61 the dle she held foil upon Lilla could sco that she a wretched hag eyes timl nines just us would picture for one f witches Some words forward arid linking upon she buried bor face in her lap Deep sobs broko from hur and a flood of tears gushed forth my the old man utter us ho raised the weeping sobbing girl bosom O fulher can you forgive your poor child her O forgive me for- give inf I have forgiven you knows have When first I knew that you hud gone I forgave you and called on to protect you For a time the tears of that er arid child mingled together in bright between this and floods as soon as the aged man hiw he gatik upon his knees and poured out soul in thankfulness to God Now said Jason after all had been explained to old man I must leave you for I have other duties to ild but were too low for Lithi lo hear though she could see that they were intimately acquainted So you are going to rest here n mud the hag in a crooking voice as she turned towards Lilla long O how gasped tend to I have restored yon to your pnor girl instinctively shrinking i to your father I trust towards Herbert I that your future may bo by Till the priest comes to marry us sorrow or suffering Sometimes you faintly articulated will thick of the stricken girt Not not Tho young mart had thought to com- Yes my pretty returned mand IIH feelings to the end but could bert while his eyes re- will be here and perhaps to-night Ah Lilla ford tis your beauty that has done this t loved you when 1 first saw you arid from that moment 1 tu possess you You haw well 1 have kept my oath But remember you came ol your own accord For a full minute Lilla stood like o statue Her face was as marble and every muscle seemed rigid The whole truth burst upon her like not His lips quivered and his words were choked up in throat Lilla hesitated no longer She sprung from her father's side and fell upon the bo- som ol her noble preserver she cried you too must forgive me Jason Forget the it bur our give me once more a home in your You will Ero yet the yellow corn hnd been from the teeming fields the a At length the pulsation j old clergyman placed the hand of Lilla returned to her heart and Blurting within of the who go truly so back from the villain she j nobly loved her and with tears of joy Let me go from place I trickling down his cheeks he Let me go and I to my thy words that made them house O how could you de- for life me sof r months anil no- AB she spoke she towards where earth could happiness be tho door but Herbert quickly laid his more complete the roof of hand upon har arm and withheld her Jason Dor toff One evening the young I cannot he farmer But reading tho newspaper and Do struggle for you are mine his sat his wire engaged in all I ting A sudden ejaculation fell from Lilla looked up into the man's face and frightened as she was she could not but wonder that ho and Harold Herbert were and the same person Let me gol my O let me go buck to She struggled the villain's grasp grew tighter upon her Then one long agonizing shriek broke from her lips O you shriek ns his lips and as his wife noticed it she looked up from her work said he as he handed her the paper with his finger upon a particular read that Lilla took the paper and read ARREST AND That notorious swindler gambler and counterfeiter Tom Dinton alias old in Herbert spoke tiot all he hnd he has Bt length been ed for at that moment the door was and a 20 open and Jack the room to you now cried bert Tell me naif the driver out heeding the exclamation of bert would you return your O cried frantic VV you be ry me back Bird Jod will of this or Stop Mr interrupted the driver need not think tft roe I have you sir 1 was convinced that you were a I had lo over tho of to that erull m 1 knew that if you thought nf her away you would be likely to hire n ol Mr t to that might be led to go away 1 went to Mr and told him my and rer him to let me if you cuma for if you did that team went wilb it Now your lady to with you I not but M it tot with years to State Prison this being bis tho rind burst into tears but hor husband kissed them and together they thanked God for the blessings he had given them to enjoy Good hn New Mr i a known tan told us that on one ah old woman from the try into his printing with an old Bible 1 said Bhe that yon print il over again is a blurred t if and my they How much do you Can have it done in an half an wish you would want to bp tin home live u good way out o town the old lady went nut he nnt around to the uf American Bible and a for fifty canii of the I when fha to at IV and 1 i m u lo the from iu city a fuw City Dec 39 62 1 have not quite came up tci my prom iso in writing to you I promised in write in two weeks Init I believe it four I have hud no op- The have been ir- regular We have hnd very high it this country tho river been nearly all under water Move than half of the people been driven out of their houses to seek shelter city is a doleful spectacle at the present lime It nearly all burned a short timo and ii built up with temporary one ry Most of will he torn down in spring and brick be put in places Some partu nf the city is covered with water ona lo MIX feet deep and in n perfect The draymen and have their drayn and and hitch their of the IM con- in that way There beet a grant number of and drowned and mired L lout some though rny loss not been very greul My family aro living sixty miles above here ou my Ranch nr fur in I came down here three days fin and shall return on the tint botit I have built me a boat for wood will carry fifty I have starred a wood city Wood ing al present for 917 per cord with n prospect ot higher prices Mv host me about three thousand dollars T expect to move my family in tha spring I think I staled lo you in rny last something in tn our trip across the plains Our journey wnn MS aa could he expected We got very und did mil fer much with the hent or cold 11 ad Home rain on the first pun of iho journey but none on the pait had very good luck with my nnd make over dollars in the was a deal of ot the mid a great many in the first part of Soon after we started Mrs Hutch- ing's girl six yean old WHS wick the culd Hnd died Soon after a young man 1 wits taking out them and he having taken These two were the only which took my company nnd ii was also the only sickness woith mention ing iu Some lost more than half The Cholera raged among lite emigrants in the fore part of the journey along on River After gelling Rocky Mountains it WHO more healthy and continued to be the bulance of HIM journey There baa been a great ileal of sickness itt this country hit Fevers and Chills especially in the leys There bits been this winter Provisions very high and times H many men out of employment and out of cash especially winter There is so much snow in the it driven a great many miners the valleys to winter HOMICIDE AT n between nnd Peter S Firman at on Monday last the taller was by the former from the of which he died in 14 hours after he A warfare has been on these two for the last three yenrs They reside in the nut far from nnd by their quarrelling kept whole in a turmoil It seems they met 14 Wautoma mi hint nt meeting they re their nnd Q fight iu tht en sued They wore parted by the by when ly the pushing through the dining room into tha room A fow minutes elapsed when Firman sod from the through the din- ing room on to the porch of the hotel in iront ot the setting room in which was Cartwright opened tho door leading to he was passing ibu porch a pistol at Firman the ball striking him On the not producing any fatal Tkr parties then clinched again the shot al man each time lodging a bail in breast Firman retained and survived about 14 are the are C an w right baa an the result of we have not yet If nre been fot by mauy ire with quarrel these two riton tRi The Journal del has the following touching While Americas If Japan rapid glance on 1110 which Japanese up with tW commerce of or rather lor it well known ihM erto tio other power ted by the nf irado with In 1837 the ted nf America cent an tion in the Emperor to open commercial f hut the attempt completely failed Ten after it was renewed with u similar result The Dutch oa ako in 1844 to em- tend their even for were wilh merous and nnd King un thin ed a letter tit the Emperor telling him that the of all with each other were ly extending the of Japan not re main Irom in reply King ut for advice but that of the Empire could in the order of An fuel calculated to act with great power the of the Sy rhe Chinese The movement which had taken place the of nin the uf whirl visited the nod or might near the count of This the to former In 1851 it demanding of would allow the ot the coast of ot depots where ita mke in of roal The reply Emperor le mill waited for and the e the United in o tho conclusion of he affair bee a under Perry to the cimcewiioim winch the American government will if granted bo common to utl to a recent return of tbo of Japan end only now amount to about three of per num Two from tit the of opposite the port of for the effected on Monoi of the Dutch company who pay H the privilege of with General H waTI ee ia very in the Dutch factory of latter much the former it to ed to duty of 35 per OMt which the general It This of the to colonial and private tr of luxury tho seJe of which eat ad The raw material of national her oil red coral chocolate oil Venice manufactured i leather of and prints of tin iron fire i lery and opt Sec The t Dutch gover ot copper and the furniture pnn of ready cale easily predict the i by HIM no than in the end opened Kor fure and not to yield to the which tre ho tit to be the A baH ly interdict ibe to
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