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Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin ROYAL BUCK Editor and Proprietor Free Principles for Posterity and ai epen manly of them Per Annum in VOLUME 1 FOND DU LAC TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1853 FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD At BOYAL BUCK One copy your invariably in I i 1 ADVERTISING i 11 c Ilia uboru ratin W ss vo 14 00 I W 10 U UO so 00 Wh JOD WORK i t 1 Knell bills nn samci hundred on per t WIs first im x form no a -I 00 no 2 til UO tei tJ 2 1 jjj of Fond DV jK n 1 per ul -t BANKERS Co bA B ON New Y rk nml St at cunt il un mid rutin f FROM THEE t Trom then from My rilver I trace tin wu used to Trw in And their lent And bints Ami nor biril nor is no ur breath for rnu 1 nm apart frum upon And nil Hie In u bright and shilling Still mimir there of Ami liken child it lu tlm And with The ill iU llut it to me urn I watch rise In the hill Anil iho With ibu till I its lulling And linger with the veil uf night lint that night to mo 1 fruin dice how luiw sail alt my curly The heart can lie in And like a that liy hand Ils may I'm I hull hu Nu The Summer Tho that anil fall bu la still all II every past to wud nl last And With round within Willi tu nue the all we at It tun ill ull nue Ami in sprite only seven years old but with such wild motions and thai strange expression her so childish A smile on her face never lasted more than an It was beautiful while il did stay but In a ment a look which said too plainly Nobody knows me Pear child I did not know her that day when sho stood by inu looking so patiently at iho line of A B C's One after another she repeated them till about halfway down the line find then there a full stop She knew letter to which I pointed bnt I might well have undertaken to open thu lipa of one born dumb an hers I spoke sharply to her and sho looked up nt me with such a patient resigned yet defiant look tbat 1 thought crisis had and to meet il 1 must resort to authority I commanded her to say the letter she was mute I look my ferule unclasped one of iho hands she had folded over her I nnd putted it hard as 1 cared to that was not n child would havo for less sho only raised those black eyes to mine as coolly as though she would have said are you her again harder than before Her eyes looked at me still tearless her lips were gently but ly closed and her thin beautiful face thcr Hushed nor pale but so calm so in- comprehensible I was baffled completely There she her little ure scarcely taller than my knee her hand in with the fertile taps every mnl every limb as calm and still she chiselled in marble She had verv dark hair nearly black it was too short lor ringlets lay in silky air Is THE SILVER SIXPENCE you mid a ragged boy to a group of young gaily urchins lis he came markot street wharf iri do you see here I've a silver They nil set up a hearty laugh snid Budd whoes lather was H wealthy shipper I have got six silver dollars to spend on Christmas and that fellow is proud of a sixpence Theodore heard it and looked ly on ground for a moment then himself six dollars to tered he but to keep is better than at Theodore kept bis sixpence in his pocket carefully wrapped up for several weeks when day hit ancle who kept a fruit shop on the corner of tho alley where ho lived said to him Theodore your sixpence don't grow in your pocket you ought to plant it The little boy understood him better when liu him if be pleased ho might buy that according to the rules of the religion thar professed The governor's logic WHS was in the neighborhood of John one day and mooting with him accepted an in- to dine with him Conversation as usual turned upon the subject Now says the after a long discussion of the point why will not Sarah Have you not taken her to lawful replied John but my will nut permit me to marry her in the form of the world's people But you love Yos And respect Lerl Yes And her as bones of your bonu and of your fleah t Yes certainly I do And you love him and respect him and cherish him t Certainly I do cried the governor rising by iho law of God and of the Commonwealth of From the H inland Herald The Eleey Not a was heard nur a croaker's no is to the Court wo hasted Net a soger moistened his thirsty throut From the there spilled nnd buried the cutter there in sight Of a goodly number of people By sun's light Just in of the Court steeple there were spoke As we look from the wugon the But ve thought of broke And the midnight row and quarreL Few and short tho jests we laid And we nf the If he should p on that All empty lone on the morrow We of rags nod And how sots anil a heap on our subor hunds has assured ami mathat gospel of Jesus Christ must Iw a ity The on the Mount cannot bo a human production This belief en- ters into the very depth of my The whole history of man proves it DAMEL NUMBER 45 Composition ud The recent of a ger in sky revived the popular ssl in comets their history and The comet it now on the of UK at JMI bv Mr anJ it it remarkably bright beautiful A few nriftnti since fro i rt of roni From tlic Gossip with Header and Ther OW Ga yet the same pen that sketched the one ot- has kindly off for us this re is no great resemblance betwen an j snn The diameter of and the Crystal nucleus was 11 of of the Temples many have been built wreath ed Corinthian an J solemn Gothic simple the altar of Eden's second son the Pantheon of to infernal and ill UM n thu tunica from the and those ot Crystal to the the hu ot some fruit in the market with it stand in Connecticut I pronounce YOU to be husband shop and sell it out again Ha embraced wife tho otter doubled his money the first day of nnd Sarah were of no knot was tied by the authority in the state l Tyler in nil K wooo i I ut ii ry LOVE d s irl 1 j V 1 New v M iin st in- ti it iii walks am ill happy I yon ils I mil I it I ma'am pupils e uhal in win IT a at play but of at IV her bend I placed my her curls and looking into her eyes with a feeling cannot express 1 said In spite of my efforts at tears came into my eyes them but without changing in und folding her again she said I'll say that now it but not on the I took her in my she threw her arms my gave me a kiss with one of her bright her lesson with tly from my arms and went tn her scat as though nothing bad i occurred Sho had conquered and i was glad of it always sat my lap to say her after she loved me hut WHS not a kiss a of those restless a smile ami was all She fold that her reason for that was and not word I Some would went on till he had room for it in his little corner His uncle observing the thrifty and ul honest turn of the boy finally took him nto his store tia an assistant find allowed lim privilege lo trade in sundry specified ar- ticles on account The tion lo business tho most careful ment of his small funds anJ tho run of luck as it is called which mis to those who are saving industrious and prudent in the course of two or three or four years enabled him logo into ship with his uncle an 1 to extend to double his former amount Having trimmed light fit first it became a kind of second nature to Theodore to keep what sailors would call closo to the land nnd he made headway astonishingly now Soon after he was twenty-one ho was enabled to buy out the whole stock of a dry goods and go into business on his own entirely Still bo prospered became an importer changed finally his ting smiles then composure slid soft Removing from a Young Lady's Finger Dr communicates to the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal the method devised by him for cating a young lady's linger from a which was too small for her his story in his own language An lady about teen years old had presented to her a cold ring which she forced over the joints of her middle finger After a few ger began to swell nnd the ring could net tie moved The family physician was sent for but could do The family and the young lady especially were now in the consternation A a Sadly they'll of the spirit that's gone And frisky joll v good times that might have been known O'er tluil of whiskey But half of Iho gurgled out When lie clock told ot And we knew by a That the foe was suddenly firing barrel aside-ve laid With the ull or flung out We cnrvud not the owners name on the head it with the bans HAND True the had altars and offerings but the was headless True was a god of muscles and had a of his own I about to take place The is an to it according to Sir art ing of of which hUh of to 95 solar force and are there turned that force into another line ot motion like an cr bil They are estimated at many number Comets of muscles and had a hand ot his for jn m but then there was always a club in it to which therefore ivas a rude hand with a Savage for an j f sun and goes ur True VULCAN was a follow of some a Si his corded arm was red j or as with the thunderbolts he was I to True fingered the harp now and i mc they are all then and twanged the silver bow but Ihen ttw The Infidel the was heir too and the he found Not a divinity ol them all could have milJe either of them Mythology t it yon look buck into the t iho contrary The fact u- atmosphere like light through a glass and tho in length as it the ran a comet has a tlw faint streak of light that ushers in another happy diy can you point out to him the gold sunset can you look upward with him to the shining host or place iu his hands the of that their duwey eyes with greatful thanks and never name Uur When at dead of night you watch beside his si vie couch hush your very tains be withdrawn at the signal not an The first comet was v was b eller was for After many futile breath to listen to his painful moans when tempts to cut the ring with cutting nippers gust of wind makes your cheek grow have her obstinate an felt it duly to it out of but I nm con iness fora wholesale concern embarked in the India trade and at last married a line girl whose fortune was but a inferior to his it was said after that currence he was not woith less than halt a million Theodore now lived in an elegant house in Arch St his carriage nnd had and to ter br o saw it apart with a line saw and when you turn will trembling hand fusing nnd lacerating the liesh warm when every click of the thine in pretty style yet attended to his u u That lie might never loose sight his good fortune tho silver sixpence was blended with the arms on bis carriage it formed the seal with which ho stamped and leeches wore applied but all without the benefit requested my presence with the compliment that perhaps my mechanical ingenuity might suggest something I at once proceeded to the house uf the found the in a most rable state of mantal agony the em- and the family in a state of clock seems beating against your when the pallid face looks into yours for the help you cannot give oh where can turn supplicant if you not thu When health returns when th arm of them all could have been and tl lift 1 typed myriad passes from u of the Human Sweetest could noL wake the sleepers in the tomb of but around us in walls of crystal they stand forth in the dav death without its moulder lifo without its motion only waiting the I of Omnipotence tj breathe and they a pait of the heavens During the reign of the Justinian in the early three comets at time These did the phenomena at ilw birth of excited the tenors tut i the of ail the more especially as come down from their pedestals and utter loxic to the lost in HAND had rolled tho stone from the miles of oor of tin sepulchre and eve and red Ii cheek j r iho marble chair is when the till it startled an echo when in j within and the rounded and i round neck cullies e One still 11101.1 brilliant September October and dl the autumn the comet in and ho had one of the coin he used the identical ono he that to say scarcely have j upon his desk m his counting room U of her lip and if thus constantly thai by small nor child would have v the on i h- A lli I my 111 it- a Iii n bis in V was had tint room who I r itll ill -I Primary n I- AT Co V I ite in nit of l hand nu curly head 1 is your said In: promptly but out moving ani von thinking Johnny that blue full till fur it The truth 1 had no ess than five pupils being amo read t had become weary perhaps id not show as much I her due She wailed for obedience Shi was not too blame and would not tu punishment but ans ho had risen he amid well bestowed charity nnd in the constant tice of true benevolence looked well lo small forgot how to reckon pence aa w ll as Thus wero Theodore's anu me in a 1 nm in eve Another 1 procured some prepared twine your neck comes j the bosom was like n billow and the v applied it between the ridges of of thine the listened with without any all round and ho of to Him who even his -u succeeded in drying the oozing and abraded flesh then with a narrow piece of soft I 1 T 1 I en 1 succeeded in polishing thu rn drawing it round the ring The swollen I than applied to the whole of the ri In or body I his l Loftiest a I bv most of our ivadcts It away could not biu the temple veil u a days when you turn with be rent that Iho great i from sun in- tearful eye from the toys books and j loom of Uou should obey velocity To the the even Suppose death the useless robes moment sho saw iho right feeling in was ready to meet it As an- in n glass so doth th man to his hearts of I e heart Yes and so do iho -lren out in da mi ttl r n.H.'i n r 1 n v over ilu SI and was asked i your nni f fi an 1 SIK I ilu W W T e in n I 2 upon mi nn Why our I was surprised by thn startled by the torn in it 1 I yo as well y can don't you I Yi's we for but Mr lo whip us hi leached Now Jimmy he con pointing of iho larger boys voil haven't struck him a lick yet have you No He well has forward when one day just as Tie had his counting room a thin figure at the ter ami asked for employment Ho wore a thread bure suit of black an old hat nnd nl most ready to drop from his asked Theodore do i thua three minutes the was bv pressing it together in four pieces to the great relief of all In a similar manner the chalk time since a small brass from the car of r child who ever feet have trod of a littl you hand in yours you turn from happy 1 whc number no lamb fi their Hoi ks n a rosy check a jipi m 1 swing aside are strewn Telescope sleepless th lint hero HAND hen Dr inserted it 1 full loss of in yielding to her the little ol self but thu memory cf hat little and face was never ant to arc disagreeable and in this instance I might have them all by doing I did at hist the little ones Teachers find let them love you need no teaching tor that only let them know that they may farmer his shoes feet In what you wish for In any was the continued the stranger wiping tear from his eye with sleeve my father into of the ear fnl and The more dions but was successful The nt onco permeates the exceptions of iron steel or with them Jt and ders metal as hard and rlass the case with metals l Mr said he Incident Ono in passing by Hotel 1 observed a railing ho scratched himself in a and as lows 1 Well cf ain't the all fir Jest m- was a merchant and he brought mo up k his 1 should therefore be glad of employment sis a clerk Theodore looked at the man He thought that he saw some lineament he re- membered What is your name lie The stranger hesitated a moment hung down his in a low voice Hudd Ah I paid Theodore recollecting him amalgamated will quicksilver can bo cr voice ynn look f and near that dim curtain and the out with stars liko You busy and turn the web and soon iho 1 a little j round the base of the where can lived And here stands ilia that comfort if you believe the Shepherd folds your to his loving at your household hearth there vows which you not breath to mortal car There is treachery trust looks on a j i and western horizon its or nearly luO in on considerable to of I he the or of the Some suppose the of nro transparent wull their nebulosities and as thai i- blem of tiie at the creation i havo been a I rival of tiie passed on of luch i i r i i i i freight of h- win you must gn backward and mantle of evasion over the moral shall to to bear this uttermost that with respect to the r tram makes Mechanic Man a which it is even he w bo laid hands upon stubborn in to the sun on iron polished steel and till uf the line which would as with touch the mutal caught i suii and the nucleus Dm this is of the HAND j is a He Steam the case tho the has been found nl ind you havo gotten clear of- peace But woman falls from her your six dollars long ngo I fancy and sinks the nnd the minh lul strife for for nil iii iii new U iu -1 and and I thinking what lio in him ppi call mo a learn I won't lake it personal Last night I l amongst perfe et of d the way I hoy bit and lie will lestity am didn't him and him I it perfectly for a gentleman bench backwards and him of imagination A teller lole ine raid Jeremiah with a sigh but 1 have not forgotten the ragged boy with n silver Had 1 boon half as ful of my thousands as he was of his pence I not havo been here friendless and this day There was a half triumphant on Theodore's face as took the hand of his vistor which seemed to spring trom n self- feeling which excusable from tl I of Hire and enjoyments in- to vain and flattered idolater of ion she is of an honorable man's admiration Bounty is then put at best We honor thu chivalrous deference which is paid in our to woman prove that our men know to respect and American DR POTT tit in a recent address at wards humanity's self It has lungs of i long while the other was iron and no delicate leaves of red it was bright enough to life but then il is calm Uur if WE sn In however it breathe Unit fills its ponderous s foum the tail it is nearer than its paining wards the last by j shall sav not a more and that our women are thy of such Yet woman should be some remarks touching our which it may well become us to improve upon We give an o ih it afraid that a great many viii 1 people in this country are rather loo prono lace of India the 5 to undervalue this part of lion Of to the magic at the dull of th into the Some have the ded tail is more JL ti to I'm wnnt.s ilu SALT AND CON KO I'll It Y W DO D K X LEWIS HO U SET By Ewen TO wull in Dressing IN TIIK MOT Dli U DU 110 K C UT SALE K X C II AS G E F n MCCA ere sure So when were above my reach and tv hung ill heavy festoons along whole length the room had been turned upon us since tho moment mentioned Jimmy name and 1 reprove them but I always like to -verv one of the lo turn at- fiom the faults of their lo you your hist chance or l m a c where he the noil gave ilium one r in less than a I were alTeclionaU lectures that do Cut I did nt caro I stood come 1 sot the net penny nigh my bed shucked myself ill Bv and by whilo raw led the skeeters commenced to about three quarts under inv shirt and went at it You blasted reptiles says I bito Married in Spite of their Teeth Old Governor Sallonstall of Connecticut who nourished some sixty years was a man of some humor as well as perseverance in tho end desired Among other told of him by the New London tu LI veil all f r finical manners c don t v want the manners of a village dancing mas Hut good breeding modesty and propriety of as if in its progress trough an it through the mailer forming it more resistance than that of the Tho is generally to its from the head and in it is branches as noticed in th f that of the i and not the improvements of elevation of The Hon Edward his late ad- dress nt the Plymouth celebration speaking of the present agf says that it long as State shall foci obliged to for ils legislative find to to the inside of requests to the -s to of this city says a paper and old Court had paid us a visit a few to find it 1 tell yon for 1 the net have irt least bushel mo Johnny his bright sir when morning came 1 went to head my arm was around the mad as thunder and swelled children's hearts so much good My then were but awful Bnt would you as looked in there but one and nine bova j tor Hutched he was near would talk to me of said Ken him with eyed iho oilier 1 held a little king girl on my lap whil d- uld perm alf as it would lit Of various which have flourished for their day and then ceased to exist ono known as the to from founder a John or Tom or some other Ro- who settled net far from the goodly Tim Ol I to say that h tuck in conclusion they're of a 1 town aforesaid The distinguished of of tha sect was their of the propriety and of the form cf It is not good tor man o be alone This usc than MAIN STREKT lu been over thuir books and as are antly v if instead of into meditations 1 had split his head on Girls don t gad about I nnd sent Charles and ami into the ani 1 nrf nt Weir they believed and also that one wife only should cleave to her husband But then een torn down and that a new one was in of erection lie camd to town on tails of cornels as i immense spacu in comet of had a 1 to OS that of 1511 to that of 1770 to 07 in t of a arm and so that some tails inaS i re- from the to the horizon the of the livery Hj A OS struct A of of and Dick up rafters for cobweb the blood I taught there seven J 1 V about the street ao much and assist your er and learn the art of u trouble your head about beaux or think Come take advice of a Mr legacies the of gelling married birch switches ami cobwebs were of friend and try to be good for no use lo me from that day The ferule 1 had ilia day before nnd on iho hand of same little thing wt on my Ml il I had been actually of the child she was such a little in charging Some of you know not how you appear when you put on airs Mnl pretend jou are too good to work be and live man and wife with all forms of Ibe marriage The old governor frequently to call upon Rogers and talk the matter with him and en- deavor to him of the living with Sarah an he But John or Sarah use spittoons and not the floor and not An nge supremely skeptical and supremely j to vut feet upon t f f ings which ashamed to use in their at hic if our matchless stance who hat just electrified the land with a burst of not easly paralleled in the line of time if sent with a message from It was Be ia choosing a friend but slower would give up to argument It ter of conscience with them they together as they were of what use a mere form be I Suppose they would thereby wens they not bound to to taks up the crow live ery with a voica like i age I say that and at the earnest men wa ecce of faith Bora Jan IS 1782 Died Wai I got up tree day fore to i row Wit was you -As to the nature of the I i comets their origin cr the of which are art and it wouM voting lo w speculate D on i- could be to higher of being would the instead of coming in robet of light
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