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Fond Du Lac Weekly Commonwealth (Newspaper) - February 23, 1859, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin LAC WEEKLY COMMONWEALTH SMITH FOND DU LAC WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1859 VOL 20 COMMONWEALTH j PUBLISHED EVERY EVE KCC m St per ADVANCE tines or year square over 12 inches long per 3 ui ia length 1 Hates of 00 400 400 IS 00 100 are each subsequent Cards by the year one dollar a line of published fonr weeks for ial head after tbe first 25 cents not accompanied by written averted and charged accordingly -es made for regular advertisers when desired JOB r a x i ti and sad other facilities for Jobbing to our office TVO warranted to please and at the M SMITH ORVIS j.inr.XXGAIl Dealers in e Nuts Toys Yankee Fancy Main Street s Block yond du Lac Physicians and kns to Dr Office OB t door north of Lewis House du Lac u nil Cm C 0 CUNDALL Attorney and Conn r at Law Office with Judge Kobert Hint Fond S ly 1 31 Physician and Surgeon Ice tf C- and n Office at Residence on Forest St three doots t of Churcn L Dentist and Manufacturer of Teeth Office m Block JT El COLE Practical Dentist Ivor's Stone Block op stairs T Wisconsin SPRIEST Attorney at Law Lewn House ia Drury's Law promptly attended tf Candlo Manufacturer Ta cissoN r d- Lawyers lac Office W D U.S PATCHED Lac Wisconsin music BT P Fare theo part forever 1 All regrets arc now in vain I Fate decrees that we must sever Ne'er to meet on earth again Other skies ivill bend above theo Other hearts may seek tby But no other e'er will lore With the constancy of mine Yet All regrets are now in vain Fate decrees that we must sever to meet on earth again Tare thee well I Like the shadow on the dial Lingers still our parting kisi 3 Life has no severer trial Death no to this All the world is now before thee Every clime to roam at will But within the land that bore thee One fond heart wilt love thee still Yet part forever 1 All are now In vain Fate decrees that strer Ne'er to meet on earth Fare thee THE HIDDEN HAND finger with the and put it tt baby's lips to quiet its pains of hung and then turned the key on me 1 wet my to the Then I heard in next room Now my eyesight never was good but to make up lor it I believe I had the sharpest ears that ever was and I dont think anybody could hive heard that whispering but me I Haw a liule glimmer of light through the the chinks that showed me where the door was and so I up to it and put mv ear to the keyhole Still they whispered so low hat no ears o hear them but my sharp ones Tney were talking about some woman and child 1 should av been if they hadn't called the woman Kate My willian offered em for fifty dollars bnt willian wouldn't give a cent He told my willian as he eJ Captain that he'd take em hands and no more And then they threatened each other and went out And in the mornin the new in came anil took me and the child off in a shay anJ to the beach anJ out her friends But any one interested in her might inquire for her at Mrs landress No S Raff ley You say the name upon that ring f Yes sir they were Have you that No master I thought it vras best in case of accidents to leave it with the child Have you told her any part of this strange No master nor hinted it she was too young for such a confidence You were right Had she any mark about her person by which she could bo identified master a very strange one In the middle of her left palm was the perfect image of a crimson hand about half an inch in length another Herbert There was The man is at new gold diggings and has made an extraordinary which he thus relates CITY OF on Cherry January 10 1859 To the Editor of Expositor afternoon about G o'clock ing that tire of my wheelbarrow which has so long been my a little loosened I left the vehicle over night in the creek to tighten This morning when I took it out of the water judge of my prise my amazement to find the lire and every nail and bit ol iron connected with it converted into twenty-four carat gold A thorough test has been made and there is no doubt about the genuineness of the al Tlie report of course spread like wild fire and I really ta apprehend some from its effects Every gun and pistol every and pot in name of our projected great city been placed in the water aud the ful owners are now squatting at the drove down n long way vu me mu j hailed a wessel on the river aed took aboard and sold us to the upon Her tore arm i ns sometimes my eyes and then went and we was in India ink her name and a rag B There is one carried off out to ssa I cried and Capitola Oct Homeopathic ence trect corner Watchmaker sell Silver Ware opposite Hall Merchant Tailor Dealer in Clothing Goods Dealers i Dry Goods i Groceries Crockery Alam Street 2 Barling's Jale Dealer in Drugs aail Class Chemicals Jt Dealers ii Dry Groceries Prints Amory Block jin Street fond du Lac KAtiK n Drugs Stationery at Main Kwen This House about 70 well and convenient porter to to the wants of and competent in ceam and where will be it all tunes Can ant of the nc reduced with Ice Cream and in tilt K OF FOND Fond du Established Capital made and promptly remitted or exchange A O V BV EMMA D E X OF THE 07 AX THE VC iC 1 Have you got through 1 Jisked the man at door rapping impatiently No I as directed He resumed his tramping up and down and I back to ray patient She me to come close and Save my child the living one I mean Hide her oh hide her from When he the babe give him the poor tle dead hurt And he will not know there was another Oh hide and save my child Master I was used to queer doings but this was a little the queerest But if I was to conceal that second child in order to save it it was necessary to stop its mouth for it was like a cat So took i vial of paregoric my pocket and gave t a drop and it went off to like an 1 wrapped it up aud lay it rny shawl and bonnet in a dark corner Just then the mnn again Come in T Xo bring me the he said f took up duad infant mother its brow and dropped tears upon the ittle cold fuce and L carried it to the man Is it asleep the willain asked me Yes said I as I put it well wrapped up in very sound So much the said tbo knave walking 11 bolted the door and went buck to my patient With her free hand she seized and pressed it to her lips and then held up her loft hand and pointed to the wedding ring upon her third finger it keep con- ceal it under your shawl nnd lake you when you go save her and your for- tune shall be 11 declare master I hadn't time to think before I heard one of them wretches rap at the door c Come get ready to go he said She also beckoned me I hastened to her eager whispers and imploring gestures she prayed me to take her ring and nnd nil the time Now sir come a strange which the very thoughts of ii might heathen 1 We had been to sea about five days when a dreadful storm riz I tell you master that looked like the wrath bv to mv Right tell mo my soul do you know from what you were bled to observe what house that was Capitola was born I am on oath Xo sir I do not pray God I the baby to my and to praying as hard as ever I y Presently I felt an awful shock an if Heaven and had then everybody scream w She's struck I felt the vessel trembling like a live creetur and the water a j She again with a look of in everywhere I hugged the habe am meanin scrambled up the compan.on way to the deck old hear You The woman nodded It old Hurricane ad come together and j stooping and whispering a name that inning She's struck i heard bv no one but the sick women Engineer and surveyor Office old residence 01 Street on the corner from the Meth Church He nUo NoUry Public ami with to or Mortens aiter complete surveys nlO II Tailor Room r Douner Green's Stores corner ot V 1 All those desirous of od Fitting will pirate favor him with t All work warranted to give perfect by W A This ft new large and recently fitted up for the accommodation o the traveling public nnd conveniently where the curs meet tin A dhare of publio is respectfully i know or suspect of this story Not a word heard it That It vas and I haard every man rushin toward one side of the vessel A of lightning that made Major thing as bright as day again showed me they were all taking 10 ths boat 1 rushed after calling to save me and the baby But no one seemed to hear me they were all too trying to save themselves anJ keep others the boat and cursing and and hollering Hint there was no more the boat would be ped and so en The end was that all who could crowed into the boat did so and me ond baby and a poor sailor lad and the black cook were left behind to master as it turned out we as was left to die were the only ones saved We watched after that boat with longing eyes though we could only see it when the ning flashed And every time we snw it it was farther off At last master a smith even he has taken the ments of his crart and submerged them Hnw gold utensils c gold and guns pistols and knives will an- swer the of modern civilization I mny perhaps hereafter inform you This is one of the most dinary scientific discoveries of this or cny other I now account far things I did not understand until to-day I have observed that every one who remained any length or limp began to assume a lowish or saffron tint A few days ago the body of nn Indian was exhumed allhe of the mountain which waa found to have become petrified so to speak to solid gold It now surmounts the corner stone of our projected as a It is now that the vory air hns an influence it is a problem Ao soul but yourself has how far hia influence wil As fond ns f am of the precious I should Still be 1 being converted into a you would have tne punished and den d with the innocent be silent and Have no about the girl What man can do for her will I do and quickly AnJ now good creature day is actually dawning You must seek repose And I must call the parson in and return j will send Condiment over with food uine medicine clothing and every that your condition said Hurricane rising and calling in the clergyman with whom he soon after left hut for home reached Hall in time for early which the hither anil thither by crew had h he had BIld for which heir adven urL had certainly given the wild hem a good you Marster ns soon as the sea had lowed up that wicked captain and crow wind away thc waves foil and the storm as if it had dons what it was sent to do and was fied Tbo we poor for- lorn ones wreck that had shivered and trembled with every wave that struck we had feared it would break up every minute became still and firm on a sandbar as a house on dry land Daylight came at last And a little after sunrise wo saw a sail bearing But you who is to attend to f do not know nor care Save her she saw ns and jay to and sent off a 1 The nipping Warfield kept his word and as soon as breakfast was over he dispatched Mrs Condiment with a carriage filled with provisions for the sick woman But they were not needed In a couple of hours tiie housekeeper relumed witn the that the old nurse was dead Tne false or mental had her lo so utmost reluctance before it is too late should I find there is real danger I have much more to tell you about and especially would I ilo to cant upon the magnificent uf in which by way I have several let but as I hare an old brass and a tin in the creek t must go and see how they are coming on in the By the first opportunity I will send you the latter through which to blow the ol Peak Tell everybody lo come out and bring with them all the old iron they can find Yours truly THE A Change in County Government A majority of the Judiciary of the Assembly consisting of Orton and reported on day in favor of the to provide tor Boards of Supervisors consisting of three persons and to repeal all conflicting acts They offer the following reasons in of the proposed change 1st The present system is exceedingly and unnecessarily of which expense will be saved under the posed system 2d Three men elected from the county at large with special reference to ness would do the business of the county better and more than under tbe present system 3d The change contemplated though apparently radical can be easily made and involves but very amendments to ing laws and no change is proposed in the 4th system of town government A similar has been T VV of the the writer uf the following chapter on the death of has so another of the Hutchinson Family turned aside A shadow in States and gives universal satisfaction These reasons seem well founded Yet it may be questionable whether tho people will be to forego the luxury of im- mediate local representatives from each town in the County Board although taxes should thereby be materially diminished Wendall Phillips on Seward Mr Souard lias been mentioned Sly friend Pillsbury said he bold words at Rochester Mr is to wise lo suy bold words Thc words and do not agree together there is no- rule in grammer to make agree Mr anl said wUo words words words at words lie never utters any word ho is cci tain there is In public heart a iness to echo it back The mason whv his speech is of any value is because made it Me is a sensitive plant he is one end of the electric wire and America is the other The value ol speech at ester is it was made by a man wiio never utters anything until he knows can people are ready for it and who has that instinctive pre-eminent that common sense and by which you may know that American people are about ready fcr it when he undertakes to say it with Us eyes like Mammon fixed on the golden pavement at does not see ho change that is going on bnt Seward has his not on the pavement of office but en the clear sky that is brooking ahead of him and if he be President of tiie American Republic he means to be the statesman of the nineteenth W said in his oration Tbe of on his sensitive spirit and with his he severed thread which ored him to earth the bers of this band of brothers hare ceased their songs on earth We watch the ing of ibis circle with sadness Bhill not look their like again Their were the good old songs of touching They went down into the heart of the holier memories of childhood and kindness truth nnd heaven Wa were always the better for their always had tears to shed as their nics stole over the beclouded spirit like vision of beanly and peace There been singers abroad of scientifically but none who reached more directly the gentler tod better emotions of the heart Three of the brothers were under otu roof when noble Loyd wasting with consumption The genial wit of the Judson or kindling asm of the impulsive John could not dispel the shadow which already rested damply on soul of Mills As they rose to the three gathered fraternally I invalid and with hands upon his head eany shall the soul find 3 The scene has never passed from memory It was joy weep under the influence of fifth an hour and such a song The very light of bliss seemed to rest upon the half cad and half smiling countenance of Judson ns eyes were upturned and the harmonies their voices to die out the gels Mills and Judson are both over river A little over B year tince two of brothers Judson and John were again or our roof when the days of writer seemed nearly numbered We laughed cried alternately at the quaint wit and ing of Judson aa fullness of hif heart gushed out in chat or song He spoke of the terrible seasons of ion which at times come over him mid ered ut the of some terrible fata which he was sure would some day be kis It will he said and he looked dreamily and sadly into vacancy the brothers arose to go they stood by the door side by side faces inclined kindly toward euch other and sang We live for those who love For those who're hind and true For the heaven that glows And which we're hastening The liquid eye of Jadson was melting with that touching gentleness and irnst which so endeared him to all who No nnn could any es imate cither m hlm Burns heart whose dld were I which thuro was a full and fice I of views in regard to the excitement that long and lul a tale had been the last flaring up to the life that almust immediately went out I am not sorry upon the whole for shall have the game in my own hands Hurricane to himself Ah Le better you had cast yourself down from the highest rock of he and dashed to pieces below than have thus fallen into my power HJ far we have followed the continued 1 ran to the boat and picked us up and took us on A caucus of the Republican members of the Legislature held last at I ot G j deep as oceans anu sometimes as lie hatl a taint of melan a dark and acter According to the latter was in the human system a portion of the j general mass whose function it was to course to be election j and hau a oar of tho Court tone which wo It was conceded that the publican voters of the could not be concentrated upon Smith and a very large majority of those not less than of the whole number were of the opinion in view of democracy having called a State Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate favorable to the enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act in this State that an effort should be inade to bring forward a candidate who while eminently qualified ns a lawyer for the position should represent the f ine and her but the is all of the majority of our people upon the sub- that we can publish in our columns This corner where t had left my things 1 pnt board anil tlie baby and cook and j narrative can be found in the New York Ledger the great family sailer lad could not understand a word they said nor they us All we could say was by signs But they were very good to dried our clothes and gave us of Xo 4 Wall it Cash capital of Assets continues to buildings merchandise m port and tlieir curious household personal property against Loss or e on reasonable terms Looses equitably aud promptly paid W T Gibson TUB Office Main nnd Forest Streets bank under the banking tnw of State a Ikle capital and is new prepared to attend in John II Martin Pier B K A 0 Peter S E F A O Cash they THE BEAUTIFUL TAKEN AT Green's Picture excel every other style m beauty and CALL AXP SEK C WRIGHT DEALER IN GOT S- AND SHOES AT THE OLD STAN'S OF J MAIN STREET baring purchased tho entire o I Mr the boot and shoe business would Hy inform the of du Lac country be prepared to furnish boots and shoes PX THK AND ALL OF HIS OWN a article will please re the place at thc of J nearly Block From in himself hu can do hoots imcl than any o the Fountain City OP HARTFORD A S L LOOMIS Tres Merchandise Mills and Personal rates with the generally J DWELLING HOUSES contents for a term of on the t favorable terms Particular attention to by this company Losses and promptly paid 5 JAS V Agent G HJB JOST Clocks of All Good of the very best Swiss also English in gold and cases and and Pencils also Oold than before Watches tiry neatly repaired warranted CASH PAID FOR OLD SILVER fpw doors of tho Lewis fact marster in about ton days days wo made that port Well I a to bother you with telling you how I ed and struggled along in great first living out as a servant and g a room and taking wards in and how Ii o it resolved with n on my bonnet niatle a sort of almg around my neck of tiie silk opened tlie large part of it like a and laid the little sleeping babe there Then I ed my big around my breast and no- body any the wUer am said I whispered tho poor girl said I and went and opened the door There stood william with his head covered with black crapa I of nothing but black headed demons for six months you ready I1 says lie Yes your worship says I Come along then And binding another silk round my eyes lie lead mo along Instead of my mule a carriage stood near the horse block Get he holding the pistol to my ears by way of argument I gut in He jumped upon tho driver's seat nnd we drove like the wind In an- other direction from which we come in course for there was no carriage road there The carriage whirled along at such a rate it mode me quite giddy At last it stopped again man in the mask got down and opened the door Where nre you taking mn V says T says he and with that he put thD pistol to my cheek ordered me to get out take the bandage from my eyes nnd walk before him I did so and saw dimly that we were in a part of the try that I was never at before We were in a dark road through a thick forest On the loft side of the road in a clearing stood an old house a dim light was burning in a lower window there said the putting the pistol to hack of my head As the come home ho gave me live door stood I went into u narrow dark dollars ami that had saved passage the man all the while at my back was enough to pay my passage to He opened a door on the left side and made me go into a dark room Just then the un- child that had been moving ject Tlie It was a foreign vessel and which can be obtained at all Paine of Milwaukee is the man a was appointed to circulate a call upon to his name to be used as a candidate We concur cordially in the conclusion aud trust that Mr Paine will accede to tlic leaves off here If there are no bookstores desire and allow himself to be fast and made us lie down nnd Dr news convenient to where you considered as a candidate believing that no And then put about and publisher of the Ledger will i other man will at this time command so periodical stores which papers are Remember to ask for the Ledger dated February 12 and in it you will got the con- of the narrative from il opinion was that Hon Byron duce general tho to the special affections of the mind Bums was eminently a that had ive His one nature carried enough for twenty common men of more force of leeling He never trickled drop by gushed lie never ran a slender thread of silver water he down booming and bursting like one of his own streams which when a shower has fallen rushes down the All parts ol his nature were subject to tins same sudden He thought as dragoons charge he felt love as prairies feel nal and br flames turning fleetest deer and leaving ing but an ashy wnsle behind them is this title the York Post thus refers to the dissensions that are splitting the their course The sailor vou a by mail if you will send large a vote as he for this position Asa c in found out and told mo five cents io a letter Address Robert lawyer his ability and are hey were bound for New York Audi Bonner Ledger office 4.4 Ann street New grows more and more York interesting as it progresses THE son we learn tbat on Wednesday evening there was a full meeting of the bers of the Legislature to decide on the tion to be taken with reference to the proaching Judicial Election After a free should be and unanimity tlm for the time to come and that as it was too late to call a should bo able to return to this State Convention for this purpose it known and done by a recommendation signed by neighborhood I was known expose evil deeds of them willians and for this cause I lived on toiling and struggling and laying up money penny by penny Xo orio ever Herbert G from sea ambers of tho Legislature nnd This is just as good a nay and vrill prove i acceptable to the people as a AH that is necessary is to recommend a candidate and as we have a private helped me but the lad stating that a caucus of members lawyer his ability and ed while he has the confidence of tho ple as a man of spotless integrity of of the livening The Testimonial Presented Feb 9 The testimonial to J II Giddings is on exhibition tit Bra Uie of this city It consists of a solid of six pieces and a highly ornamented waiter Tlie ground work of this style of ornament is what is technically as a popular from its Whenever he i farce to ona signified a prefer t mo out and made for n little present to me or Cap Cap was the child Tlie reason I gave her that name was I had drawn because on that as the date are well assured Should Mr Paine be tho candidate of which is little doubt our success is cerlain Xo name will meet with a more unanimous response from from the masked mother's band were tue large republican majority of State tho two i and insure beyond a Well marster the last time Herbert thc I left my little Cap in care of she was big thai savs the miscreant and I took passage for Norfolk When his breath and stopping short j I got there I fell ill spent all my Ii tun nothing I and ey and afc last taken to the poor house to ths baby the poor liule wretch I Six months away before I was unanimous republican vote We do not mean by this to say that Mr Paine is the only man in our ranks who could be elected We can think of no er name that would elicit the same hearty in en ess and the advantage it es over work entirely plain in not showing marks or scratches This relieved by of the wa- ter lillics The handles and spouts are beautifully wrought in scroll and leaf work and on each is an ornamented shield thc same time there are other ood men who in they should finally bo preserved by our Republican friends at Madison will probably be chosen It is not so much a strife of men as of principles and although the advantage of going contest with a candidate like Paine into who bearing the following inscription Present id by One Hundred and Members of tho Congress to 11 a-J n of lor his moral wortU and personal Accompanying tbe service of silver is a walking cane of rare and beautiful wood mounted wilii a massive gold head which bears a similar inscription to that on the service In accordance with Mr wishes no ceremony bas been made in pre- the service to him that the comic talcs entitled Broad a story told of hvo men employed by the manager of a theatre to personate an elephant They walked inside of a largo board of the quadruped dividing the legs equally between them one of them taking the as his share and the other the posterior pair The thus constituted performed greatly to tile delight of the audience it moved about the stage with a majestic tread and was talked of and near until a between the worthies inside owing lo a jealousy which tho man who stood in the hind legs conceived of associate Strange sounds and half stifled oaths were heard to proceed from the animal's stomach and the two performers fought till they had lorn tlie pasteboard to rags ing it about the stage uncased the audience A combat quite as interesting is at ent going on inside of thc great elephant which on thc stage of the Union The and thc are in a quarrel and haro already come to blows One of the most ble indications of the parly which has so long worn the appellation of Democratic in this country is seen in the manner in which knew him and as he clung to our hand half lightly said nt parting If we not again we'll sing for you in heaven Sorely our kind Father will not shut the wayward and child of song from the choir where the angels are ol our exchanges spenk lightly of death ism Not a word of He inherited The malady whs burning in his and he felt er or later the doom would overtake him As we know not ol that when he drifted out upon the unknown sea so let us not speak harshly of the Tread lightly over his aches for he kinsman WOMEN RAILWAY taking ticket the other day at the Edinburgh lion of the Perth ond Dundee Railway we were pleasantly surprised on being waited upon by a blooming and nie lassie who along an activity equal to exhibited a very rare In railway clerks of the literally Wo observed that the department occupied by women there oilier giving out tickets and a third This innovation thus far north is startling but instead of objecting to it we think it highly commendable and hope to see the employment of women in light occupations rapidly extended only inconvenience we can see ia thai and intelligent girls like those in tho Edinburgh railway office will not book ny passengers before they are selves for the journey of ny so thit the Company will soon their services We wish them that journey first-class tickets THC SLAVE correspondent of the M Y Sun has the I saw gentleman this morning fresh from Mobile Alabama and be asserts that practically the trade is in the South and that speculators in can have n fear of Indeed arc willing that tho ment interfere sufficiently often to render popular in tbe extreme South mail to California without a particle to the public H is the anomaly of a which carries no letters When this was drummed Congress by general nnd instruments tha Mil him monthly con- at per annum monthly at and a weekly at at the present day bear that name j 000 The whole subject was in Virginia conduct their State elections 4 with full IN It has simply been of a f re a at on the Illinois Fund Gait Bro awaiting his Thc whale cost of the testimonial was five hundred and twenty dollars AND AT Investigating Committee at Washington are evidences of the raised a squall is meaning of this Where did that child come the demon dont you speak he seized me again by the scr and shook me Oh Master for the love of heaven don't says I this is only a poor unfortunate in- fant as its parents wanted to get the way and hired me to take care on And 1 have had wrapped up under my shawl all would inspire a confidence at once and grossest corruption on tho port of ii a hearty enthusiasm very apparent yet ment officials in letting contracts Among discharged and then six before j we our principles and the other tilings it is in evidence before them the time cepl when 1 was in your when I put it to sleep in the corner house Humph and you had that child ed under your shawl when I first stopped YOU in tbe woods T In Waster says I Whose is says I a dead for I haddent another lie ready He broke out into a rude scornful laugh and seemed not half to believe me and yet not to care about questioning roa too Iv He made me sit down then in the dark a wheat field growing where my j cottage fire used to burn and nil my old cronies dead all except old Hat who has and given me ter Sir my story is what you can of it said the invalid ing down in her bed as if utterly ex- hausted Old whose countenance had expressed emotions as powerful as they were various while listening to this tale now arose stepped to the door drew the bolt and coming back bent his head and asked What more of the child sir I have not a word Uap sir JL uub tu of Cap since I left her to try and bunt The Madison Argus objects to the licans calling the recent Homestead which passed the House of Representatives a Republican measure and calls attention to tbe fact that it has been advocated for years by democrats Will the Argus tell us why the having been in power for the past years they have not adopted this measure And will it tell Ui how it happens that it seems to be laten for granted that this measure can never get through the Senate or if it does that the cratic President will veto it These points need to be explained if tba Argus proposes to claim this as a democratic Buchanan That through the agency of of- high in power Swift has since ob- nearly all the contracts made for supplying government with live oak timber These amount to about The evidence shows that every usage oi de- in such matters has to reward political friend of Mr chanan A VENERABLE Danville Tt North announces death of its junior editor Mr Eaton aged eighty-two The senior editor must be eval with the pyramids at least Kr I've risen from the bar to the said a lawyer o n quitting the profession and taking tap shoemaking er's office whereby over ve been plundered A Senate Committee have bee making an examination into the mailer and have divulged a new chapter implicating Joel A Matteson to the amount of it being charged that in he feloniously obtained money bonds nnd which principal nnd interest amount to the above sum The fraud is now being investigated at Springfield III and it is thought further frauds will be brought to light SENTIMENT in exchange fays the Democracy were having a tion out West making speeches and letting off weil liquored up tbe while T General United D Thc De- gates of hell cannot prevail them The man called upon to re- spond replied The United they present themselves at the gates of hell not only will the gates not prevail but they will give way and let the crowd right in f General Simon Cameron Senator from Pennsylvania is talked of among the Republicans fer Vice President He was known in this State especially in 1838 Cameron and Brodhead were household words among the ith him but he rushed at once imp tha ill experiment of a trip without re- to the treasury or of the country paying this enormous sum ly to prove that u coach may run desert and a few passengers may preform the feat of traveling in i for twenty-three or four days 7 he contract is for six and involves a dead loss of about four millions in round numbers A contract for the identical can now be mada for third of the Lectures and concerts are held in various parts of tlie country for tho purpose of aiding in the purchase of tlie Mount Vernon property From our childhood wo bavo loved the ory of Washington That love not in middle And yet not yet felt any enthusiasm the exorbitant sum asked for that tate by the shameless owner While the living around us need raiment and bread we cannot become in purchasing the grave of the Let nation cease do this business SHOCKING ster about thV without said an ambitious size of a pepper box I size of a pepper DOX j shoes but I
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