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Fort Atkinson Standard (Newspaper) - June 20, 1861, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin THE STANDARD IS PUBLISHED EVERY Fort Jefferson The STANDARD will be furnished to at a in RATES OF One column one 00 Half column one 25 00 one 1500 one 10 00 Square one SI 00 3 1 50 one 5 00 JOB and every kind of and done at the STANDARD FORT ATK J. C. Editor RIGHTS ASD JUSTICE TO 50 A IN ADVANCE Vol. JOfE 1861. 1X9. 41. bowed for causing me to miss idly along tbe pulled his i Health and my lunch and lose my hat over his crossed his and Health is to be retarded as the chief of I see you're a gent as felt like a General elite sent ft is one upon which i LAWS OF 1SCONSIN. May 27, 1861.] Chapter in a to have his replied the forward to turn the tide of the had all the A A to rendering aid to sir von inst. ni A f ilia i i f o u uone ai uic j au in LUC and workmanlike and at able don't you know just been At the It has also moie to do for the mind fair All letters should he addressed to J. C. and FOR A very well that you will not leave end of ten minutes the brougham stopped hampton to-day As for the I before a little green which was im- Strength of m- The people of the State of The last though not more com- ing along a The down train from had prehensible than the other portion of the reached entered the Great station i somewhat calmed i the hour was 9.50 A. the time a lovely the artist's trimly kept gravel he back entrance of a country Then I am expected to dine by your master You'll be good enough to speak about dinner with my answered the A a good and a June a couple of years At the railway traveler is to leave his carriage for a few in order to snatch a hasty cup of fee or a basin of but it as one the custom at hampton to keep both these stimulants at i rv j a boiling the repast is usually the dust from his boots with his under considerable i all that is not very Among the rest of those whose steps were I The adventure is taking a rather directed by appetite towards the jng Once he was a i to the are you quite young with a brown tain that it is to me. shooting brown and a Clipstone landscape wide-awake that had seen This 6r, that your mistress has sent this cordial my friend Smith of stone landscape You're the very answered g in the search of the and here's the note and other bits of as pent he termed for his next year's hastily snatched a little note As this may be a little too or the general we may more what we mean by stating according to annual the young artist was going to the West try to sketch from it happened on this particular ran VEXT wi Of what value is a fine mansion to the or who some or owner who is A sumptuous comfort to the enemies of the United I table to a miserable dyspeptic Parks and or who shall knowingly and wilfully aid or shaded avenues to a a m m with the gout assist any enemies in open or persons in rebellion against this State or the U Old Bless the old say we What should we do without them Does not a man feel better and stronger in the battle i i i i i o i j tc u 01 JT of life tor having a gray-headed old father cried flickering off J and mother the shelter of some to the same class of according to the latest in the service of United and if obtained from private shall be Subject to the same test of efficiency as aife used in the service of the United Sec. 2. For the purpose mentioned itt the first section of this is hereby appropriated a sum of money not ing fifty thousand to be brawn by warrant of the Secretary of State on the and to be paid out of irar fund in said Sec. 3. If in order to procure said arms and as provided in tion one of this it may be necessary to purchase the then the Governor shall appoint one or but not to ex- ceed three who shall be authorized in the name of the State to en- ter into contract for the purchase of several arms and equipments or such portion of them as the Governor shall which contract shall be ih and when approved by the shall be binding on the for the several ar- ticles therein which or m rebellion against this State or the to is ever tormented ted by joining their or en- shall be de- would to exchange her ture cal farm house far Does the millionaire's heart leap half so carefully pie at the sight of the pines and ges that daily decorate as he does when the barrel of red-streaked ples comes from the country ples from the old fully picked out by a spectacled and in a shaking by the kindly old man I Ah those apples have a flavor of home aud childhood What an event it is to the dwellers in brown atic The who or procuring or persuading others the full of rosy-hued to enlist for that or by furnishing health may well be envied by the such enemies or persons in rebellion with or who of while he sits And what think any such or who shall store or have in possession any such articles for the purpose of being sent or shipped to any such or or their or who shall carry on any traitorous es while he sits couching in his or any for their aid and ic faded or by sending or woman uV fashion ing to such or or their curls and for the mi ruddy hues and glowing beauty of her daughter We may have splendid drawing the finest pew in everything money can j with any such enemies or the enjoyment of every blessing any intelligence to any such enemies or or to any pretended it i i T j rm i stone mansion and marble fronted towards Ihe i f i AT to rune the old come up from the enough 31r. i country on a their which the groom address although the writing was completely un- known to the He tore open the impatient to see what signature was at the end of the but to crown the the note was and that Smith had been contained only these words of his bed since he had spent so j Mr. Smith is awaited with the in packing his est and he is begged instantly to and other baggage of his artistic follow the bearer of this that it came to be a question whether be breakfast and lose the or catch the train and his as the least held was plain ed ways and antiquated ments and horror of all new and dangerous We can but smile when they blow out the and sit as far as possible from the furnace ters for fear they should and strut every time the speaking tubes are P and regard the water pipes as fearful and i T Ji i wonderful Such thing nance is placed on Jus alacrity and j this was an adventure that com- in too charming a fashion not to was Accordingly my friend be followed at once forgot found himself at some the refreshment counter at TV from with a most acute and the next lie boldly com- of emptiness of just as the the groom to go guard was calling Train It is not two answered in ten the leading the To a man in my friend's unbreakfasted All the thought the such an intimation could not for I am literally dying with hunger and h ne the effect of checking the ardor with j j n traveler usually seeks the j on suddenly turning a corner out refreshment A very i Of the high saw au elegant j sharp and the exigencies of the j brougham into which the groom invited railway time gave promptness to him to The took his and caused and the instantly whipped luminary of art to be ttv of who sought refection at Aco the pressing of the had scarcely been when ray his into a fast had learned nothing from his interrogation of tbe lie himself back on tbe and resigned himself to await the denouement of his them feel that their day and generation are evermore than tbe white-headed little grand and the threads in the locks of the son or who was their baby Yet there is something beautiful in their their utter ignorance of the marvels of city life The dear old folks as lona as they are there is always an untiring ear for our tales of joy or a excuse for our if always Mime one to whom we are still the It only when the accustomed chair is and the violets growing 01 er the gentle that we feel the bitterest pang of that earth has to j When the old folks are gone we are though a thousand friends aic our fers back to appi entice in the gallery enjoys the play more in one at the modest cost of two than Mrs. in her expensive box the whole Old magnificent estate is not a tenth part as much as w who goes singing in the woods every with his ax on his shoulder and his eon in his is to be prized most of and no blessing of minor importance can sanely be purchased at its To its maintenance or and more than are to be freely if What use is a trade or profession to him who has broken his constitution in obtaining How much better for yonder ly and had be- en more attention to his What are ail pleasures now to the wretched whose capacity for enjoyment has been destroy ed by sion and And what is wealth to him who has ex- pended all the vital essence and ant juice of his constitution in a life of toil and care engaged in resisting the laws or authority of this State or the United for the purpose of betraying the forces of posited with the Secretary of State no payment shall be made thereon until said arms and or a tion are delivered and received by the Quarter Master and certified by him to correspond in quality the terms of the Sec. 4. Upon receipt of any of the cles above contracted the Quarter ter General shall furnish to the Governor his receipt or certificate detailing specifically what articles have been ed by and the contract price and the Governor shall thereupon file with the Secretary of State said receipt or or a copy together with a written order directing said Secretary to draw his warrant on the for the payment to the contractor of eight per this State or of the United States into the hands or power of such enemies or upon conviction be ed in the penitentiary for a term of not less than one nor more than twenty-five and pay a fine of not less than five hundred than ten thousand fully completed the re- or at the discretion of the due and unPaid be which fine shall be a lien on all the real and personal property of the person so of the contract price of the articles so certified to have been out of the war fund in the the State re- serving the other twenty per of the contract price until the contract shall be When the said contract from the date of the or from the date of the if arrested before Sec. 2. All ions and munitions of and all articles have in Carrying on within the theology and jurisdiction of this or in transition through the belonging to or designed for person or sons in rebellion against the United against this either within this State or shall be liable to be and it is hereby made the duty of all civil or of this to seize t. nnd himself at the most ha he said to and the ly shed portion of the The brougham dashed along the the waitresses are no less neat i whole thing resembles an incident in a than and Smith's i and I am at this moment performing have been the part of a fashionable lover flying to quickly had not the following question his prefatory order for Is there a gentleman here called know a single individual in Can any of my friends have come any of thorn as no one he down here without my knowledge himself went up to I that hypothesis will not for I left London without telling a single soul where 11 was None of my chums know where I and 1 only intended to bid The artist scrutinized the of his fellow in order to ascertain the question were addressed to TESTAMENTS vs. A distinguished and popular divine of a neighboring city tells a good story at the expense of tbe He be assisted lately at tbe laying of a of a new church in the rural ring the ceremonies it was thought proper a secret ous with his lady to read a chapter from the New At any it will be a good story to and a call was made for tbe my is. provided the play There wore six clergymen who does not terminate in a immediately felt in their but One thing is he strange to not one of them had a HILL AX It was 3Ir. Hill's to ride to church in an old family a practice too in the judgment of one of his who determined to rebuke it. It in chapel for notes to be -ent to the requesting prayers for various and one Sabbath 3Ir. Hill was proceeding with the reading of these requests as when he found himself in the midst of one to the is. that I do copy of the Testament about and be- he lifted his spectacles to his fore- at a distance firm any it was and looking around the ob- true he had been It appears that I am the only Smith here you me I want a Mr. Smith who has arrived bv the train From H'm but I'm unknown to a single inhabitant of this I know answered the That is the reason why 1 am sent to The reason why you are sent to me repeated in great hy whom you will be kind enough to fallow continued the mysterious am ordered to speak to 3Ir. in A sudden misgiving took necessary to omit that of served that it was quite The clerical portion of the party guilty of the fault but step around to the articles seized and who shall ad- vertise the taking and detention of the in all cases where the owner thereof is in two weekly newspapers published hi the city of for six if they are not reclaimed by some person or not in violation of this be shall cause them to be ed to tbe or to such other place ing are requested fur as he may and shall pay all ex- Mr. thai he may be mure from the military and such articles as may be seized and forfeited under this shall be used and disposed of for the benefit of the Sec. 8. No ammunition or tions of war shall be sent or shipped to any fully paid to the contractor by the in the same manner as the like order and and from the same as is in this section above If such contract be not fully and completely the said twenty per re- as shall be forfeited to the Sec. 5. Any commissioner appointed under the provisions of this who shall receive any benefit or directly or from the contracts made by him in pursuance of this shall be ed and be punished by im- prisonment at hard labor in the ary not less than one year nor more than and detain all such nve of and other as and cause them to be securely and shall immediately give notice to the governor of this with a schedule of all ble and like his Divine in- stead of riding in a was content to be borne on an Having read the if the vestry party adjourned by invitation to the house of writer would once of the where a collation was door after saddled and he A bottle of wine would rm e no objection to ride in. a corkscrew was called Strange ter his master's on the back of them good bye by after I had put j to each of the six clerical gentlemen an fifty miles of railroad between put his hand in his pocket and produced Tne horses still maintained their fast r one of the needed Y. and himself back in the giving free reign to his im- I have be denly slapping his I have found the key to the enigma I'll wager that this is the work of Thompson or I don't know but I have a dim i for of one of them telling me he had an uncle living in the neighborhood of That's Either possession of son or is rusticating down nus me get out at the railway station lie addressing his fellow idea has sent me an im- is it a practical joke If any A clever and discreet mnn present is the author of this mysterious am carried I charge in the name of the front the most worthy objet of compassion in to avow it at and allow mo to without the HE is wealthy that wanteth He is areit enough that is his own lie is happy enough that lives to die Other things I will not care says Judge nor too much fov save only for the which alone can admit of no A NOVELTY in the way of destructive for is a reviving for- invented by a Frenchman named Tt is a round surrounded by a and pierced for i. i Sec. 6. The commissioners appointed under the provisions of this shall re- for their services such sum aa the Governor shall fix and Hot to exceed three hundred to be paid out of the war fund in the on the warrant of the Secretary of who shall issue such warrant on the certificate of the Governor being filed in the office of said to the amount lowed to said as ion for their and that such vices have been Sec. 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and Approved May 25, 1861. May 27, 1861.] place out of this except on the order AN ACT to amend an act entitled Art PRECOCIOUS piety is apt to be fostered so as to make it insensibly imitative and mid there a reaction at a certain stage against er has been ed. ful little i DEACON few minutes that yet remain Ah a good joke had no sooner brought his In answer to the novel every soliloquy to this satisfactory termination one protested complete ignorance of what than he thrust his head out of the was Smith was resolved to pluck He was resolved to put his idea at out the heart of this Curiosity once upon an authentic by imposed upon the stomach a delay of a few confirmatory replies from the eral and the artist followed the groom out of the refreshment coachman just pull up a informed his traveling com pan- he addressing ions that he would return in the course of the I want you to answer me a a few seconds with the solution of this en- The who had heard the The coachman pulled up his latier put on a broad and the groom was at the door in an when they were in the Your master's name Beg but wasn't you inquired the got his Scripture teachings out of one where i inward is misprinted which a good many people seem to have adopted as the true the mothe power which regulates its movements being It is to be cased in a cuirass of iron and so aged that on the attempt at an lade on the part of an the tower begins to revolve with a rapidity which renders it while for the same the picking off an enemy of its de- fenders by the truest rifle becomes a ter of infinite It can be like conveyance moved by steam from place to with similar Its base is thickly set with once in would an- nihilate all who might We of the President of the United or of the Governor of this or of the authorized agent of the or of the proper officer acting in pursuance of law and the absence of any such order shall be deemed prima facie evidence that such ammunition or munitions of war are owned by or intended for the use of some person or persons in rebellion against the government and laws and the of proof to the contrary shall justify the seizure and detention of such ammunition and munitions of and shall also justify the seizure and detention of all other ammunition and munitions of war in the hands of or to said party sending or ping such ammunition or munitions of Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of each should suppose the rotation would quite as fatal to the prove A fellow out west who had tried to eat IN all it is advisable to a green if with the A SMILE is ever tbe most bright and beautiful with a tear upon it. hat is the dawn without its The tear is is Thompson dered by the precious above the to ascend is In the grand theater of human a box ticket takes us through the ing a laugh at them gents They'll be The groom touched his you are in the service of Mr. precious mistaken if they think you are going back to lunch there Then I tell you young replied irritated by the manner of the know mark me. if you don't explain replied the laconic everything at you have had the i leaned back in his to be charged with a practical In an instant the active joke at my shall not leave you groom had resumed his place beside the without sound n WHEN we get tired of all the pleasures within our we can have an any person of that ing resource in out of it. I vide but no one i been divided is that which man can di- can see it it judge of the circuit court of this to charge the grand jury at each term of such to enquire info all offenses against the provisions of this act. and to present any person who may be guilty of any such offense within their Sec. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and Approved May 25, 1861. May 27, 1861.] Chapter AN ACT to provide for the purchasing of arms aud equipments for the use of the The people of the State of ed in Senate and do enact as follows Sec. 1. The Governor of this State is hereby authorized and empowered to cure for the United and if to purchase for the use of the State not more than two of those that are IT is astonishing how; keen even stupid people are in discovering imaginary and the vehicle was whirling j A NOVEL may be very and what is old cannot be yet BOOKS are embalmed Fame is a flower upon a dead man's act to declare the rights and privileges of such persons as may enroll ves in the service of the proved April 17th, 1861. The people of the State of ed in Senate and do enact ax Sec. 1- Section one of the act entitled an act to declare the rights and es of such persons as may enroll themselves in the of their approved April 17th, 1861, is hereby amended so as to read as All persons who shall volunteer to enroll as members of any military company which has been or shall be received into the vice of the United States or of this pursuant to any call which has or shall be made by the President of the Uni- ted or by the Governor of this shall during such be empt from all civil and it shall be the duty of every court or judge and every justice of the ever it shall be made to appear by or in the course of any civil action or proceeding that any party defendant is a member or officer of any corps or division in the service of the United States or of this to cause such action or civil proceeding to be stricken from the and to suspend all proceedings in such action or proceeding until it shall be made to appear that such party ant is no longer a member or officer in such or that thie section shall not be construed as to extend to defendants who ate subsequent to the cipal defendant or defendants in actions to foreclose mortgages or enforce Sec. 2. Section two of said to which this act is is hereby amended so as to read as The privilege of all such persons to be exempt from all il process and may be sented to any such justice of the peace by answer or verbal and any fact necessary or proper stand of consisting of rifles or rifle I of the most improved in every to the use aud for the instruction of the volunteer militia of this together with ry cartridge and other belonging to 0 arms approaching as near as possible to establish such privilege may he
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