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Home League, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1860, Hartford, Wisconsin A Devoted to the interests of the Road Farm Mortgagors of the Friend of and tho uncompromising foe of swindling PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT for single Ten or and one to the gutter of the Additions may be to nt any All relating to the business of thr must addressed to the nml nil designed for tor should to A. M. Tor HIM X 3 1200 column column 1 col inn n J I 50 I I 10 H 1400 2oobj 00 I o 6b nat r mutt lie marked the of nr they will lit ami Charged and per cent lint tnut half snn finl nit ding for invariably in JOB PRINTING y nil low nn nt any tV A. thin Month nt o'clock M. NO. A. of of I. Ot of 142, held in Hartford P.M. M. f. M. M. 1'. M. WAI from thy for fruin ill in nil of mill nil of Hartford I. H. Tf ft S. D. 1'urticulnr to over r I C IS O T A i t Y P 6V., to nml Ac. Alno to tion of for Office i County at M. 1'rnlt, Mn TVil Cry Oo lx of op l of nud d.i. Store u in nt Collection of of promptly I. N. JACOB Solicitor in er ry. north of tor in any of will to nil other UIMI to euro with prompt tho office JOHN tit Will to of null i of renl in tho Win A. Oc In Dry A Co. do not tint now nnd will noli thun they cnu liu in Main i Hartford It. S. of tlm nnd to to or In with A r PHE V Ji A- M. VOL. 1. DECEMBER NO. 19. of selection of Millinery in County Shop on Sumner the nn fifty cents you run no Anil vrhat It uot In former Thoy five for Come old bring I'll take your fifty centi old Your now you And In this line I'll tiilt letters from I n north of tlm It Kit upon you will Hud mo forenoons 8th, People's Meat V I A S DT 0. At morn I fain would x How nre Quo la Three Head tho dark riddle unto I wandered forth tho sun nnd air I with equal care On good and foul and No partial favor dropped rain Alike righteous ami above their And tuy It meet blindfold thus tront hand thv nud A molted through lay A n of Liku u 1 anw their mailed In hor white to greet A sister ot tho 1" I thin I suo Mo gain to but lona to thee Who defiled must I tho of nnd And a voico therein these lost sotils to Heaven's ponce win there shall hope nnd strength And lift the up from Whose rounds of are I higher life they know love to have it Who to night with painful cure I road What Hippo's nnd The living seeking to 1hc Iu I to quest OM rest 1 Tho poor creed mongers nnd And I prayed let me ieo How Throe are OnO is Three j Bead tho r unto Then something whispered I; thon pray For whut very dny Holy Throe have crossed thy not the gift of sun and ill nil the white soul that stooped to Tho lost one from hor evil T lion cho Christ whom angels bodiless Tho that to thee Was the Holy Spirit's blind of of how small I Father nnd Son and Holy haot denied them Revealed in love nnd The holiest passed before thine One aud the immo in equal in min and Christ is to evil Voico is thy mini the Three nro I shut my grave Aquinas The monkish glons of Ages Tho schoolman's creed I And my heart answered I seo How nre One is Throe Thy huth been reud to BUT NOT AUTHENTIC VERSION OF THE Some weeks ago the New York day an evening paper of city devoted nn article to the subject of authenticated cases ot resuscitation after ing concluding with a very short and re- incorrect sketch of n case that curred in France in 1776 the story that n young girl hung for robbery by the surgeon to whom her body had been and afterward proved her of the crime for which she had The given that the girl was in the service of n man sought her and having failed in this revenged himself by secretly placing some of his own property in her and then accusing her of We noted the inaccuracies of this version of the affair at the time its but occurrences referred to were too remote to justify us in using our space to correct our hasty As the has been extensively copied the matter assumes sufficient tance to merit an authentic revisat at our nnd we give it. The story of Caroline authenticated resuscitation afler reads so much like a that one might take it for the work of or were it not recorded among the many ctl reports of de whence it has been translated more than If we mistake one of the London magazines published it sonic ten years the translator in a note that its general tone was far Euglish than The magazine made quite n long story of we take the liberty of condensing it down to what ore known to be Caroline Delamartre 1776) was the on- ly daughter of in one of the Loire and supported by working aa until a mid- gentleman from eling through the grape districts for his suw and was fascinated by her blooming Learning by inquiry that her parents were very he went to them and offered to adopt DRQ educate their vintager home with and installed her as his servant ward We find no reason to doubt that thus far his actions were purely de- sire or taucy being to rescue the beauty from obscurity in the and make her worthy of his fatherly in but all men are weak or when there's a woman in the and the old bach fell in love with Caroline before he knew it. The death of her parents left her completely dependent on and it was then that he asked her to become mistress of the ment in which she had been a The offer was but sees not with the with the mind and Caroline had already fallen in or fancied with a medical she but denied her pointed affection makes temporary villains of the best of and when suit wag he turned ruffian and plotted deep So pertinaciously did he annoy Caroline that she finally fled from his house with the determination of going back to her native and she had gone a few miles from when she was arrested on a charge of robbing her master of certain and hurried With tears and prayers she protested her innocence but the police found the spoons in her where the old man placed them her doom was Immense crowds and her youth and beanty excited much sympathy but her crime to be proven her description of her master's loving proposal and subsequent an- ger was and she was condemned to be Her execution took and after the bo- dy of the unfortunate girl had hung for the usual number of was delivered over to a worthy The latter ried his prize to his a short distance from and having placed it on the and prepared it for the proceeded to make his in- While thus engaged he was tled by a deep sigh from the then Caroline opened her beau- eyes and with an sion In a moment the excited surgeon threw away his and plied such restoratives that iu less than half an hour the girl was on her knees before pleading for her She solemnly protested her innocence of the crime for which she had been and so eloquently did she repeat the story her that the good surgeon not only be- but promised to protect arid secrete her until she should be able to prove her right to live As it would not have been safe to remain so near as. matters then he disguised the rescued maiden iu the attire of a and after making some excuse to his friends leave of so took his companion to a small town some miles Her almost experience to blot from the heart Caroline all thoughts of her student After a ert life of two years with tbe her beauty and amiability so wrought upon his feelings that he made her his Then deeming it safe to return to Paris they went arriving just as the former master of Caroline was stepping into his At the approach of the grim the old man's conscience gave him no rest until he called a priest and a and made full confession of the means he had employed to ruin an innocent Upon witnessing the dying man's during this the who was iu the secret of to the surgeon and gested the propriety of a visit to the chamber if To this the surgeon and ustas the dying man had commenced ting his last will and testament to a notary and her husband appeared before ensued a grand dramatic with an The old man avowed hia received partook of the and died ID leaving his whole fortune a few legacies favorite to the woman whose death he had so nearly brought So ends and a specimen it is of romance in What the States Were Before Union notify old X public that they have In and on hand the bert ol in Their will and they the of who want at y return to for will to with He presented himself to be a bachelor of handsome and that line would be obliged to take the position a servant iu his for the sake Aug. ol of her he would treat her as a ter ID all material and see that she had a good husband aud Comfortable ho to give parents a handsome present and allow them a amail while they The poor old people were to lose their but finally to let her decide for Caroline was a very affectionate but she had never seen The gave her a description of tbo city's and she hesitated no tbe old took the pretty judge Story gives a graphic of what States were the adoption of the present and what they ly be should be dissolved The most regulations existed in the different States many and especially neighboring there was a of atory from jealousies and rivalries in or in Foreign nations did not fail to avail themselves o f all the ad van tages cruing to themselves from this suicidal tending to the common And as the evils grew more of the States against each the con- that their local interests were placed in in- creasing the mass ot- until it be- came obvious that the dangers immediate warfare between some of. the States were im- But the evil did not rest Onr for- eign was not only but al most Foreign nations imposed upon our navigation and trade such re- strictions as they deemed best to their own interest and All of them had a common interest to steal our trade and to large their They did not fail to avail to the of their ad- They pursued a m of the most rigorous exclusion of our shipping from all the benefits of their own commerce and endeavored to with a bold and un- hesitating a of the effects of this system of com- with our was soon Our navigation was mined our mechanics were in a state of erty our agriculture was withered and tbe little money still found in ihe country was gradually finding its way supply oar immediate and 8 state of ing iu that most difficult and delicate of all daily aa overthrow even the ordinary tration of Severe M were the Hies of the far lew mischievous sire of all oW industry1 all our The of South Carolina nullified the of 1831, the Congress next .iu session passed to provide for the col- lection of duties oil This was known in the current history of the times as the and its passage was mently resisted in Congress by members from the Southern generally ters of Gen. Jackson's and some who continued to adhere to his party The of the was contained in the first and fifth The first the whenever he judged it by reason of any unlawful ob- or combinations of to col- lect the revenue of the United States in the From the London Emanuel King of The fabric of Bourbon despotism was first overthrown by the nnd is now being submerged by the Ever nearer and nearer it carrying away some outwork which The incidents are the taking of the entrance of the new king into his assumption of the offered Although rain in the people turned ont in enthusiastic crowds to welcome their new Victor nel appeared among not as a or as the representative of foreign but as a king Italian nod with Italian during many years of a most difficult reign has unswervingly pursued the same and struggled for ordinary to remove the custom houses the independence the nn field find in A o ilin to any port or harbor in the or on board of any and to detain there all vessels arriving in the district until the duties are paid in deduction for in- It further authorized the President to employ the land and naval forces of the United States to prevent the removal of vessel and and the custom house officers in the posession of until the duties arc The fifth section authorized the on being officially informed by the ties of any or by judge of any cuit or District Court of the United that any law of the United or process of the Courts of the United is ted within that State by military force or other unlawful too great to be over- come by ordinary judicial first to issue his proclamation requiring the force to in failure of that to em- ploy the land and military as in other provided for by the laws for sing These parts of the act by their terms continued in force until the end of that Con- and no ex- by their own and not been The remaining sections of the regulating the judicial proceedings in the Courts of the United on suits lor the collection of we parts of the law They vest United States Courts with entire jurisdiction over all cases connected with the and vide for the removal of the removal of the custody of tbe in aud the protection of by the of the Federal Government these provisions are still ia passage of that there was a re- markable union in the United States of men of It was reported Tom the Judiciary Committee by Mri qns of a Senator who Gen. although he been supported by the Pennsylvania Democracy at the recent in sition to Mr. Van on the Jackson The debate for the was conducted by Mr. Mr. Felix of and Mr. of Senators never agreed before or after on any political question of The majority for the in all its was Mr. King of afterward "Vice-President of tlie United made a test question on the by ing to strike out the which was the most offensive The vote on that motion was yeas 10, 31. The clause was retained this vote and the ordered to be engrossed to a third by the same with the ad- dition of Mr. having failed to get out the force voted for the in- it. The final vote of the Senate for the sage of was composed of these two There was only one iu the that of now ex-President He alone of all the Southern opponents of the remained in his The although in the left their places aud refused to pur readers knew that no case ever arose under these The Com- promise tariff of 1833 went through Congress almost with this South Carolina accepted the proposed and rescinded her The collection of the went off peacefully as and at the of that same Congress the force clauses the expired by limitation and is legislation in existence giving any dent the powers which were then deemed in order to overcome the resistance within the the laws of the United under the authority of a It is not so clear as it was in 1832. ander the influence bt Gen. that authority could be obtained O. STRAW Toronto correspondent Montreal the re- port that Mr. George Brown ot Globe has become a in an alleged discovery of process paper There ready many processes for white paper both tor printing and writing from straw and this material is largely used on this and for this pose but the difficulties in the way of its more general adoption have been hitherto the tediousness of the process and the great ex- pense in reducing the fiber to pulp and ing it. Mr. Mr. Brown's partner in the imagines that he has overcome and that he can manufacture a good article of paper for five cents a or less than half the present bui he has not yet succeeded in persuading any practical that he can do anything of the kind and it is certain that the paper which he has hitherto made for The Toronto Globe has been poor in and enormously ex- pensive in The agreement made by Messrs. Brown and Clemow with Cyrus Field the remuneration to be paid to them dependent on paper of a certain quality being produced for a we believe for five cents a If Messrs. Brown Clemow can do they become entitled to from the American purchasers of the and confer at the same time a great boon on the world at field and in the council As the king passed through their streets amid the shouts of thousands amid the acclamations of who a few months ago were with demonstrations of loyalty to the worst of the more educated spectators have felt the greatness of the triumph aud completeness of the There were among many whose wrists were still galled by Bourbon handcuffs whose eyes were weak habituation to whose lungs were asthmatic through the stench of whose frames were weak from years of insufficient whose were scarred by the Other aud more rible outrages might be recorded by some of those who stood to see the savior of their and the future defender of its enter the which has been so ly won for To such men the events of the present year must seem like a so astonishing and complete has been the overthrow of the race which persecuted It must gratify every one to observe that the feud which divided Garibaldi from the King's advisers seems to have been quieted The dictator has also been joining the festivities which follow and has presented the Hungarian soldiers with in a speech which breathed nothing de- votion to of Italy and to the arch whom he has The authority of Victor Emanuel is by this time fully throughout the except in the fortresses which hold out for the All the objectionable appointments lave been cancelled both the aud have been subdued Till danger from insurrection or from anarchy s at an aud the Two Sicilies are as and regularly governed by the new King as if the throne had descended to through twenty generations of Victor Emanuel is now King from the Alps UNCONSCIOUS DESTINY OF In sermon Henry Ward Beecher said thread that goes into the loom does lot know what it or where it or it is It follows blindly the nud comes out at last ou tbe surface of the shining in vine and leaf aud som or some So we are being led in a way and by an influence which at the time we cannot If we have faith that God leads and follow him these things which we work out in our We arc iii bondage to old and the worship of nine hundred and ninety-nine in a thousand is yet tinged with the somberness illustrative of the heathen element of The and the cheer of true is but known among What that the hilarity of children Breaking away from masters and and romping home to overpower the household with snch is to be tbe worship of God's The name of father ought uot to make any man tremble that is a The work which God appoints for every is an indestructible whose ations are in whose superstructure goes up in Heaven and is to be in the There is nothing that man does ont of however glorious it may that can be compared to that work which going oil in his own friendship increases as life's end as the i lengthens will every degree the sun declines its ANECDOTE OF GENERAL Jackson was President of United says an aged laborer iu the tial a few years could tell an honest man from a rogue when he first saw I remember thut a with a stiff white choker and an untarnished suit of called on him one morning when was overlooking some I the and requested an pointment to some saying I worked harder for election than many of those upon whom yon have bestowed You a minister of the gospel said old Hickory the man a but I thought I could dq better by becoming a so I stomped the aud for the Lord on Old short towards and looking him full in the said the Eternal if you would cheat the you would cheat the I will have ing to do with nor any like morning and he walked rapidly I never forget the look of that hypocritical Had the last judgment been set and he before the great white I doubt whether he would have looked more blank or ANOTHER FAT St. Loais correspondent writes to the Chicago Tribune that a rumor is afloat a contract has been recently let in a secret at the Indian office for building two hundred Indian cabins at the small sura of one hundred and hundred dollars the Sac and Fox really not worth more than a hundred dollars at the Meae Mene We run back the stream of some twenty and a half and imagine selves standing among flowers and even waving trees and leaping ly four hundred in. the in one of those hanging gardens built by to please the his and mind her of the views of her native From this dizzy the eye at ons glance sweeps fifty miles around tbe circuit of brick which nre three hundred and fifty feet and eighty-seven across the There arc a hundred lofty gates of brass flashing in the and fifty 100 and fifty feet and fifteen miles in There is also a remarkable nearly a furlong in nnd thirty feet spanning the near the mid- dle of the built with huge which are fastened together with melted lead and ponderous iron At each end of this there is a splendid palace j a raneous passage runs from one to by means of a vault constructed under- the bed of the Aside from we upon almost n wilderness of palaces and till our swims with tbe grandeur that meets the at every But in the where tbe willow is weeping over the may be seen a group of Hebrew captives from are praying to the God aud little does wicked monarch think that the cries of those prisoners are bringing down the of Jehovah's wrath upon that But as tbe which Isaiah saw long mutters in the moral the streets are thronged with multitudes who go reeling under tbe of shouting praises to their idol On a certain tbe with n thousand of his lords and their are feasting and ri- in a gorgeous with such dazzling that an eye would ache at beholding such Those arches ring with songs and shouts of revelry and strains of swelling into over the excited throng through the At length tbe intoxicated king orders the vessels which were taken out of tbe temple at to be placed upon the table accordingly they are and unholy with shouts of sip wine from nnd drink contusion to the God of But amid their just as their elry had reached its lo there came forth the fingers of a man's and wrote upon the plaster of the The flash oC that hand the brilliancy of the Tbe fingers silently along the tracing those letters be- fore tbe gaze of tbe trembling And when the awful line was the band still remains with its fingur pointing to those strange speaking in language aa expressive as tbe command of an cup of iniquity is The king's goblet of wine falls untasted from hia and his knees smote a sudden change comes over that of mirth Every face upon which that blazing hand and those letters of shed wore a ghastly hue and a look of terror The ing monarch is the first to break the He cries for his astrologers to read to him tbe mysterious No one is At one of the ia brought He looked upon which were in his own and slowly the monarch these Daniel then plainly told bim of his ness in the sight of and proceeds read to bim bis thy and finished it for art weighed in the balance nnd found Thy kingdom is and given to Modes and The captive moves and almost the next instant the are streaming through the They have managed to turn the channel and under- the ponderous shut over its rolling they battle cry echoes within walls as the terrible host pressed tbe Modes under aud the under Both Princes it is at the taking of the From all is sword slood at every step Shrieks of icard from every dwelling where measured tread of those troops is dripping swords flash along the as they sweep in angry circles their rJ of God's among the in along tbe streets of Long before this dreadful on the bills of with his prophetic pierces more than a hundred his pen of Ore proclaimed the doom of The magnificent the tbe letters of and the horrible follow each other with rapidity aud tbe thronged city up plunder and the looks over those behold spectacle Vi almost makes us abhor our with all her glory is gone tbe owl nnd swarm through her splendid the dust of the covers demolished walls and the unconscious of shouts and rills blood that along and through the palace ic spurs Ilia steed Albert Rust of man that struck ont in n Union letter The newly elected Governor ot Arkansas opposes in his inaugural ad- dress precipitate despatch from Washington says Mr will tender his resignation to take effect on the first of with a retiring speech which will it is re- flect somewhat the policy of the incoming It is estimated that the hay crop of Massa this year is worth SLOW AND thing from onr German on the same income that a Yankee would starve We Knew n young German when be landed on oar con- ot a of clothes and a long-tailed Yet in years a house and at inter- a wife and two andi any quantity of domestic bliss and pickled ing the most of this oar friend received a salary of only six dollars a A Yankee might have received Sire times that and come out head oner in The fact Germans hatchery sible notions of They are not They drink beer and smoke with long but they not to multitudinous baskets of expensive They are and They know enough to lay up something for which ia a great deal more than Americans Many Americans think that Iber will have no in- borrowing um las when the financial rainy day their mistake when the ti and often forced to seek ia the or go and lire with their Meanwhile bar Teutonic fritid goes pleasantly raising and and fatter and We we Mf learn from our German Cleveland that knows useful aad not that knows many is the
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