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Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin BUCK Editor and Proprietor Free Principles ftf Posterity and an opei defense of them VOLUME 2 FOND DU LAC TUESDAY 11 1854 FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD At r ROYAL BUCK 1 It iml at Lew end or in tl ilu tae Wu I up OM f lulf i mn per in Paints mi Main Si ilu Wu U.S 11 00 BROTHER in OwK fc Komi du Uc US n -I p nr wiK h W IHI HI 4 LaY in Fancy Crockerr Main HI Wu Wh lii Pa ul Hal jon A W Attorney ilie down whu miy of an at thu tu tbu ul L OF THK over Main Street Fund 2 Jo 1 W -J 1 to cnj I 1 IMf hi inty id me tl M tint to and thv I here day for C Hank of Du it- 1 i il j M ami In V Twill BANKERS nr 1 A TV I- ill 111 Luc rt I uf eiry In K ulin I linn we l ii K-- i ne tti if Our our land I from band and freu our petiole fllao.t they demand And oo every band To liberty I But back a sound From fetter Frum tribe tbe widi round In alt our u Vu blight nor above lake your our to God we sead cin And tn the end Our idu to tand Tu uf lovu But a smothered cry liu Ah f From every tlie shield your equity Vour slavery we hull the world ta view Our of blue Of Form crowded the truu To and In youth ami hale prosperity Anil llw forth it anil pall O'er all curses cull ruin hill Oil t yo who lor truth arc Think not that Pity over wrong And earth her Tu lure tu truth and ly hail hardly word ing all of she stammered out an order camo for us to move and i l I J 1 i with U Arctic and fur Who are the They Says Yes is the identical question was propounded to me but 1 few now lor information with Mi tr a would com- from rny c tl savs ar and 5 belli 7 INCIDENTS BY AN THE BATTLE W o'clock a scattering li up but movement was At lime j n Taylor rod into vard full as for Jen ho has taken tho Castle old off wit mid such never f Tho brought a mil lid i if and from our old friend j it tooni l irv up II willi it I krl ti linn v l ras I i and i City c mi.l i hi nN r nil to and rodu down t tO l of Mexican cavalry crossed river on od tiring their and plan with lie mul but little was taken of them but a bailor two having wounded some of th lor ordered to f the twelve pound nl In- tt tli Or will In- II will ul bv A f V liKO I ICSH i j I gun was hastily placed ill loaded The was too md n thrown far above their heads and tli bomb pn and exploded a AND crim Ko ii t th Tine ir Ii I II I Mry and which the guD i charge would followed by tha de- struction of matt of our troops There waa no lo oat and Campbell gave a ie riul leap into the fort and ing down his heavy bear rifla on th the devoted the troops while tha raver tJept the of death Three directed to divide the company tho ono cheers for the start a fort was ours i tet upon an froni want exertion nn from tha wound in my i low was lodged and bound bia and almost all pain ceased I picked up one of the tin with which lad been favoring us for tho forty-eight nnd counting the found the MT to one hundred nnd sixty n handful of plums not easily when with by a shining brass non The fort was ours but city was st 11 in the hands of tho enemy Soon uf ter we had obtained pt news arrived by dragoon express from Worth that ho had il Blab p's and requesting that the mortar might oe sent to him though we were unclosing the Mexicans ir a nut vet tho result far from That infernal fort was yet in their and to take it by seemed impossible although were heard that it tho city was not surrendered upon the next day it was old Zach's intention to the whole force it and take it if il had to be done by storm A ual skirmish was kept up during the day between troops and the enemy nnd i tu woid unseen the obliged to themselves well c Tho were despatched al times upon the old duty of the from commanding but were not exposed to a cross tiro as on the clay i U was ho en ore o an everyday battle field which nevertheless and for a time unmanned him to out somo who under of a garden thu fort had Wo si and crept lo bastion of tin fi washing our by onu 1 into the ditch from wti era v led until wo a largo just outride the fort and Indian ion ran across the in this our Mexican who did nut One kilted cr twelve ami remainder retreated It was now iiecus'ary torus to -i nt Go below it be- moist and Go on it a i ha spill it we left fort and the lions who I covered wuh I could pick my at of the street In a my attention moment I saw i with it You ire anxious to know how I manage MI No much li alt UM aot Now I M IMW Hd in 1 i brothers hara up id left all their 1 for ud Inm bat euance was ono of marked his a tooth brush for hii and ax ball an hoar ua white linen for his nose laca nipa in aaW tacks off their mid she I will you -a whipping that you will Who ill Miss said the I tth na lie jer l t tell lbo illk all is vj of no That and sorrow in their and always wili tor their i He hands and perform Yet an- an buried in oblivion day hour tome scandal hy these bornn on of lo onr some hupps brilliant ni tin is it hat off your jacket sir and stop out on the see how you'll bear i He and taking up a willow rod she caught his arm and pale ami trembling 1 to faint But 1 was lull spilt the ink ma'am was tho firm reply J looked at She was though g Don't strike him she as sli sprang to tlie snd her liis neck i did il Miss but 1 moan to 4 mean to i u as only You exclaimed the as shu shook thu of Prayer on tha of since pious of who was in the of nil praying with her called her the If 1 goto e of bait UM all on my to bavc a came of ml of way ahaU you into a 1 think a bit I know 1 bv the mark on A fur n hymn suited to the 1 up lo ion she bowed her knee the Lord jl 1 se to She tell deeply impressed with a of aad my auj I and au unusual re ol 1 am J I divine and au decree ol j tilled lier soul while her mingled with grateful to a throne of grace the blessing qf to ou and friends she that she was a mother ami played for her Kd suc'i an i on names I are l ol the cham of I you tell me at i up and 0 a look as liv ner tears and sobs and the ot towards them through the past day in sparing their lit es and preserving upon tool clothing and all to comfort sho besought the Lord in the must louder manner lo if they had by through the d iv in s ed to their years if had ready am 1 bat 1 1 t left f M I havo not put tny sit th's a 1 i til I'm than Ofc taf should she? she a Z tiii On Monday s of is it hat is two i hn an and looked fearlessly in her ed to their years n they hail 0 ot ei arc the t tlt her ot i goto vour saw she and it with in keep ou of my desk did liom her view In eye been up tr hey among Are us so of IHI as to onr precious breath in of of and rhl be go to to and Ivco ve the not obey J thon whether ho should seat or go out ot thu he went to seal and dropped his upon the When called to real ha arose eyes and a When school wast out he caught ran What did it Crossing a on our Hellen now g up j him on his knees I- liu river washing rubbing with nd Jin stopped and bent over to w ter while the---- Jed down his che-.-k Helen was soon at up with tones oil Tne prayer her knees At son a al aii 1 he having iso 1 to ear ll.i-ir not by the the ol She called tho he weep t have lay 1 went to Mr 1 i the out lo J 1 11 Hid torv it huw MIJ the a may ni or you no ol et that you r led down his cheek Helen was soon at I went to Mr I Arc ye tac scandal when up will of your he Helen f i n what Us I by here U vou olf -I u Vou me a littlo black and was in com- than 1 moj havo ce B delighted at our failure aud roll nil and shouting nud a mil we hastened back thu street we were discovered by those who tho battery at the head of it The observed the self flat the ground to his by his side drop Jim it was ton late the iron messenger of death struck bun on his canteen and ho lull in agony The writer rows from tho ground covered itli tho blood of bis friend in its of war Water wa- ilw victim whos aiv to jeets of j and u Or has the inline no ehann lor yon An- you to that Imly word will hot the cords to in your hearts i No on net bo so wholly lo Then ii gi Idy career think of a dav when ye reader an of your not the words be our bo called me a little black you for- thn and with his he as though heart would break Tlie rust of now Tlie rust of the now came np touched by M ed to him by would like him juntas well he was nut all I which the of such us he turns out cji school and shuts against so many ways of Hiu wont that K W A Oft 10 her u- L thu it v i fir tlie ai 1 found nay to heait is nv truly Warned iti ih lint it i- id eyes lo his mother that when j absent from her he remember d i her instructions and he to be an obedient Tno also and au of d: A j place them in a daik trunk are bid until I An Arctic let us start upon Tho canteen was applied to his 1 pa ona But no timo to The gunnel pro another shell and our howitzer wan or mourn a dozen and hu bomb tell in thu bank of the some distance this side ol we v an Fond du March a walk The thr com- Arctic Mie not lower and but Wast it MK us weeks that boy been out oi his him ti 11 j danger of his position an I Bod lo it of nil of my own is wind blowing a loyal breeze iv Close the lips for the first minute or two and admit the air nostril and moustache presently you in dry and it and wished to be a bettor i There to be a in their j their h arts were i 1 Iw allowed Jo what 1 this i Whal these to confess their faults hicli were to Was it the simple langu i u as il not a hi it cm ih it had heart had ihc thoughts and their hearts Yu r-S Ah v our coir time is a in and mem a vk to us v of the graves and a v an d most u W re cf lo Lrr n and tho downy tho p a The Money Drawer fiMin that drawer resist tion and continue an honest yc uth as when I I b a von left jonr parent's eve You havo no cover ot j the What if you hoary frost Tiie and j would conceal and your under form beads of darigling never miss them 1 you 1 d it j you IM I Ayo sr in tho shout of Our became too heavy for the a another of their tire arms teacher was it waa now Tuesday at the same i curve anri ip the midst BAKER STORAGE And LEWIS HOUSE By i- I If ni nl on Iji 1 INirk threw hat in tl out nt tho top of his voice to go back 1 ceased A half mi hone away and tho for the of the visa given to make an attack upon the was mado al dark and it fell i tion fort j I found thirds blocd and I of It r au lot as your way honest make she upset a I was caught firing A large which near a pilo of B d it ono a 1 j Then kared thai I would hardly the by h be honest 1 every h- esj ycu yon Toil lie j t auti how wretched en i 1 The men were in the orderly ht on a to men post and mid now who accompanied her hat frozen and J felt that Ur barbie I do will kill me tor in the Mory books i u the icy i will tell you what this feels like for 1 vps no no Little My Aunt mo on i j iv rn i 11.4 Stni UO d YORK upper 1 W I INS a e returned lo the foil in a cautious tup a w livery Uf OS A i -I ol Lac lean cannonier over to pick up On reaching the fort I throw find them acme is I suppose the I ha never 1 i able fii best cap and HOOD Stata in the vt which had fallen down by the ttus around The gun no doubt that I might b UM on niy in a j gire her pouring which ran the sugar and 1 Holt to me entered into after page the she n A1 tho eitn.'initT i fii lu i an 1 Krap k patent nnd front art 1 bed witk tave
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