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Independent American and General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 2, 1847, Platteville, Wisconsin IN BE P IN AND THE WORLD'S WHICH WITH I J L MARSH UY AT WOOD in- Mire ol iu t JOHN is u 01 I NT roit i1 iri y his S or on n OIK C AMI AT AM IV on vn Tavern PI i V I IVs v i J j i s AMI vs m LAW II i of Jr i Ion I T i 0 M ST vi A J of N St fff II sol i u and v i li i n OF DEATH liY THE LATK IUS JAMES CRAY There's a feverish t irill in rny veins There's a leaping pulse in my brow I led no refuge remains Save one for the veary one now I i voice in tiii breeze That tells of it fu rer home A murmur amidst li e trees ers come J down to tie grave Just when tin is to when my far ie is nearest Just when the light of affection in vai i so often on ts reflection The rugged t j soften a wreath for my head A u euve it of I ded rosee ye make n y bed the first ps Ic spring flower reposes Faded lowers are 6t Fcr the gravo of i he early perished And quiet shall Le i iy rest toned and hie childish bosom ta that of a girl was open and exposed H2 breathed quick and heavily Tiie f which he was dying had been intensely paii ful but within the List half hour hat bout one hondred eighty our JULY 2 SOLITARY or tiro he to In of Uie for what though even now his thin s friend say are grasped the bedclothes as if he suffered tl j about as well ae could be expected greatest agony j small of A and gray i Colorado Out craft J a good miniature of in diath It beside him holding a dull lantern in ii s ull i 1 i r n r f rxl i iMC -3 Al M in's i mi down the IN Intelligencer TUU ORPHAN of was over the prison d been the decks washed p pod and tlie schooner hand gazing sorrowfully down upon hs ferer The surgeon knelt with L Jed an- on earth the victims on tlie boys pulse As I 1 j stowed away The great mass of they all looking up The 1 human U decidedly western with on by hi i A him shook his head and would Lave but the tears gathered too hi h s eyas The surgeon He is going little y you see as he spoke he lifted up i rich gold locket which had lain upon boy's breast lie has seen better f tlie no high pretensions to polish but endowed stea n pile was in sar with a true tuition of their republican origin i a of i and a commendable zeal in asserting their right to cut of bread and The artificial state of society is not entirely which it was dwing into thrust from I the Yet is that my the of every Bow aod then fact a fashionable lady eits within a few paces of my table intently novel writer I cannt seeing her heel as I could not answer for my heart fu as languidly in Uer chair win the being to whom a fe j wrapped inSha glowing descriptions hours before I hnd owed my poo slight unprotected iiv with death already written on liis r and yet I had never known danger an 3 never sought him out after the They noticed mv agitation hnd his 1 the Irish school girl said is in good state of health for it is able to be through her stocking The male representation of this genus artificial is a N Yorker Yesterday a rude specimen of our own re- the seamen that held hie hew with a Paw like a Poor little II never see j ped the New Yorker on the back to attract attention and pointing to the bank re- shore you have wished mr FO long Hi t marked Stranger a sile now that there'll be more than when yoi r 3 pleases it ud jest sprout any thin in Le spoke with to i ill I to into midnight liet j over you n 1 hi rny hammock and i 1 tit rny w ere i and looked vacantly around Suddenly the little fellow opened his eye II eary n cd iiy wild which like the s Fa over imitated and unnerved late strife the of my and a other things d at figures in a ia u hand laid on my and I beli the if 11 lii i mi ii HI n r -I -si ill mi Min M is lie said At once 1 sprang from my hammock Dick was a s of protege of rn ne u u pale del it atu child said to an W r s the iy JJ if I II 1 and j I A A F tn ll tin V irtS I I S1 ill still used to and from the hour 1 schooner my In art n fur I too had and loin in the world He had talked to i ie in of his ory he regarded with Iu the other boys of I ilic he had liui to say for they were coarse he delicate and sensitive Often vhon they joe ed him he would go by himself tnd weep Ho never i of his ot liis is imposed on him Poor lad heart was in I grave with his lost p J a strange in him and had lightened his s much us 1 Durini the late 1 had owed my life to him lor he rushed in just as a sabre stroke ft nCj liis lie deadly br Mi i i t i i i v f n vv 11 the In the hurry and c infusion Kince 1 Lad forgotten to ir if he was 1 at the lime I to i M tin f t rcot the past still a -No Inr ex i All war lias hy come he in a voice Why won t lie come l I am said I taking the little ft low's hand don't you know me He smiled faintly in my face lie the i said You have been kind to me than most people are to a poor buj 1 have no way to show my up less you will take the bible you find i i my trunk It's a small offering I km w be it's till I J buret into tears he Doctor I'm dying ain't I 1 th little fellow for rny sight grows dim God bless you Mr I do nothing for you V e-ii I you saved my life I would nr blood buy I I don't want live only if its me be b- mother you'll name of the and till about it in my trunk Anything everything my poor addressed turned a- full of at a liberty being taken with itis person but on perceiving the stalwart figure of the other he Yes yes its dem very pon and instantly moved from the neighborhood of the western man The latter when the Yorker turned round for the first time ob- served his mustaches and curling hia lip with undisguised contempt he remarked Well I never seed a fellow that cultivated his lip who ever knew any thin about any other sile The stowing away of this human cargo on our first night was rather an scene Some ladies had without right Engfish book in whom he had bothered a grant deal vpt is it V said the much excited The the Yankee with imperturbable gravity Another ex- Bir gracious exclaimed the ney vot now you don't mean to and he stretched forward hia head to get a look at i he scaffold I to say continued the other ly that capital punishment ianot yet abol shed in this unhappy country vot ie that going up so slow V said the tourist looking at the iron through his glass That is the I upone 1 It's about to fall i said the American Am I not cried the victim jumping up I would not lose that note fcr my Shall I ave timo to run there before the cars is Oceans replied the Yankee werry much to cried the Englishman and bolted He hrd hardly reached the scaffold when off went the train leaving him to make a new on American duplicity ly vd d thai ed by Cyrus Point and of New ihire Caleb Lake Superior they 1 T At Helena about Berth of Mi Point ia one of b the United for merly owned by the CD but his lately been by A WORKING Smith wag ar- ken of state rooms The his the owners of course claimed them but i violation of a certain ordinance an the occupant refused to yield f and the against lying on the pavement in a state of inebriation John Smith stand up You are here charged with lying on the What sa you guilty or not guilty 1 Them as says I lies lies themselves that's f say Sik ice sir Officer call the lr av ivi I i will visit any 03 my in to procure him u win -ant in requital for lis service It was will a pang of reproachful therefore thai 1 to my My c timed you i He is not i chokingly The little follow smiled faint y it like an angel smile but he did not answer His eyes were fixed on in that patch of blue sky overhead Mil mind wandered It's a long long ways up there bui there are bright angels among er used to say that I would meet her there near they corne and I see on me from among them if that and lifting his finger he seemed listening for a moment FTc fell and the old veteran burst into tears The matter was submitted to the decision of the officers the but on the important were until the boat cleared the port of St Louis when the matter underwent arbitration and the Oregon question might have been settled in the it was if the subject in dispute had been us ably handled or I should say as the of occupancy to these state rooma The matter however was at length amicably settled and the cargo stowed Two boys nearly about the same I judge about been moving the cabin here the few past days and the difference of their positions has afforded me food for reflection One is the child of parents apparently well circumstanced in life and his mother's watchful care over him is to stop his growth She insists upon having his mattress laid along side of her state room door nnd during the night she sets the door open that she may hear child was dead Did he indeed should it ery in the voices iod grant it I sir bio aend sadly Capt Forbes brought a blarney oov the i n Thn Mutual Society of intend he cannot live ill it 11 I- delirious hit in the intervals of tiling At the next Anniversary lunacy ho asks for jan and as the of the Landing of Pilgrims shs is to be th we eside the bedstead on jti ry on the tlic lyin in all its Blarney uf Now En The did m 1 lie iu his usual ha is or i nnd those thai him jt waH the very midst of in ir may depend A i rk done on short notice anil 1 f i t v it P S M 100 The will ho public every at per year I for six the crew and the clost uir it was too land and a milk punch made to be drank standing to the following tonst Our nobie selves tiie descendants the If he moves on deck her matronly hand in- sists on leading his footsteps Let us turn to the bid with a fine intelligent countenance a thoughtful eye and a quiet manly behavior which has attracted tion Seeing that he was alone I fell into conversation will him and ascertained that he was a young his way from mount Carmel above Alton 111 to in tbe same state where he was about to take a situation on the He informed me that he of 3l who ve are now ig it It ii said that MM ot shot ii the usual quantity mode pkr d iy by one act of hands and that twice that tily be made by doubling the tirin 63 The officer who made the arrest that Smith was found prostrate upon the and so far oblivious to the of outer world that his on a wheel barrow to the boose was rendered a thing of necessity Are you a working man Mr I airt any thing else J is your T AN on Mr our dining Jeremy a with him respecting the Keep your said Mr I it ie one of iba I the su of our Government But what is this he enquired called Hoard of Navy Commissioners that you have set up 1 I don't underst ind ted it to him I that J like it of yoi r public btt hitherto been o loof the but make If any thing wrong you know whore to find the it U the board that did it and not on j of always the HoMf TO BE at the dow look over tlie way to mansion hoc re- cently built and paid for opd cif h out O that 1 wag a rich man angry with your neighbor end you have nut got a friend in the Shed i tear or two walk in bur in I old Puritans They knew a was to receive fifteen dollars per month and tin v 5 l ui i i u f wua vv pur aim but he had 1 een carried under the j thing or two we know it I board ten dollars of which he said he in- tended to send monthly to his widowed mother Happy who owns so hatchway and laid there in a open of about fc ir square j i the of the r I t te a diner out in a a boy In the destinies of this republic I I was in mo ion while the restaurat Waiter would the future of orphan blue sky through the opening bring me a plate of quick printer boy than that of the helpless nursling U T E S O F A I V M11TI 20 00 i overhead and dotted myriads of betokened that the for had broken away on the wan Q a light rent of wind h w cool in How c: J 12 R 00 no per do do th do -da 6 lines and under One tro per annum LINES OH MAKE A SQUARE as head reposing advert semente at the rates like 3 00 pent up down the Say soap again laid r tall j Tennessee volunteer who ba opposite to him and I'll jive deS moving our world tearny you a Cerro Gordo whipping I will 1 lever and Apollo holding tho holm above told the old General when I left him at us email children in the cabin come to the States I'd remains of drowned m Ul 5 lifted the ark chestnut locks lick the first damn rrt man I'd hear sayin soup and th J r of d if I don't do it social hall prescribed advance foes to be paid in i the lop of an old tc ern he lay in an u It waa with great difficulty er quiet slumber Hit e lirt collar scoah could he O Delu world eh T v Picking and shovelling dirt your or and quarrying stone How long have you been in this city J I don't under- stand which is the city limits but I should say six months And at work all the ing shorter For For Wr Conden sir at tlie and ail for a fourteen dollar fine bad luck to Iil N or the corpo In Mr Smith's services he was from after having plighted his Honor and the honor of the great th family that he never a- apain be ound reposing on the Reveille continually saying to shall I be buried Sigr a for you frieod eind for- get and every hour in to yourself 1 if h will piy that note Think every man means cheat you Put confidence in and belie re ery ID in you with to ba it if you can list of tories acl in Mexico May 7th 1046 no v stands in the order Pulo Alto de 11 San Los Anglos Mesa Sun Francisco Sacramento B Embudo Puebl i do T Mora Alvarado Cerro Gordo and pan LADY French has in England and forth bid are to bo admitted at members of the lod res The po in the world is I he or of the N 0 an old he that he never never ive a cetit to Use i Brot J lack At talents ami believe at no dty yoti the work house will co ns to want ever in your with all horrors distress The i yoo will be miserable content we may so at heart and at with all will wilt throw i into yo ir Resit All tiki
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