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Kenosha Democrat (Newspaper) - June 17, 1853, Kenosha City, Wisconsin THE WISCONSIN JNUE 17 1833 THE little 71 MAIN ST Bates of One square 12 or Kac 4 Quo col nun year Three qu One halt One quarter business Plain and Fancy Of Executed at in ilw r n is 1 Vw are KVw are bi not So lovely as int 45 CO JM ME HC H A N T T AIL 0 R i still ami wild starry eye AH are At and dies thq rose In not Tlie find For ra thu Pru 1 KEN OSH A N on Bonds fat ges tern Illinois H OFFICE nt i BIOCK Wisconsin tiam Wisconsin t SHARPS JEIN at Sato BINDING A LL of lie mil other he vrill fe 11 1 n nJ If terms tr at Hill Office 4 the near the School i Wrd by 3 LOTHROP HOMER P FUBL C TAX Jc ce Justice of the Agent it j i B- o r R rc vv BA r n F D W lao for 1 J 7 HEAD nnU t f entrusted to Klv to it's and see if Anna i to attend the Woman's rights Con- ni brief from a ter of a the husband n their only daughter She had ind in fine hei i ite md form c itc d to st to jle tn mentis Acd to those iges i n ind of si pen i and voi II pe was an fl lighter to be proud of i h next tl found me it the f ir y J he sp 11 tl e I fnn the i md ut A sweet co tea every opinion at rne her mother gazed daughter hing u smile and u sprang r LO her In the evening Anna was alons with The following truthful and well written article we take from the Tri buna and it to our readers every traveller who comes otr west conveys to friends and tlu newspapers of his vicinity much about the greatness and prospects of Chicago HEROISM Judge Charlton in a recent address before the Young Men's in Augusta Ga thus -S the marriage scene I to ask her They spare no however pleased with the convention j in the Garden she said blushing i whilst they pass by with scarcely a 1 have recovered from tice and enterprising ibii possessed every savi j i T 1 would you like to hear now attended the convention and was Chicago with the homely ot one horse towns With ft el ing like these travellers nore than In spite ol new it shocked me to j v stop at any of those less populous tho speak out so j inch singular before a mixed i Hut 1 was just si's ting in my hotel to affix my ture ded me my father I hail a it was the first one 1 iad Ji news of alarming illness and my 1 hei jest brother's attack of some painful dis 1 to be jostled about in places they learn of thj many advantages fl prospects of other places upon j Lake Michigan and return from with the impression that Chicago j west just sosne people think I have for you many pictures death let me sketch for you a brief bright scene of beautiful life It is die marriage alter A lovely female clothed in all the freshness of and beauty leans upon the arm him to whom she has just plighted faith to whom lias just given up If forever Look in her ye gloomy philosophers and tell me U dare that there is no happiness on that trusting heroic devotion e i See impels her to leave country rents for a stranger She has launched her frail b irk upon a ind sea she has handed over is England and Paris H France j her happiness and doom for this world were impressed with the to another's kcc greatness of Chicago during our few bin she has done it this Mr lather was with ail rouble need not sny home uf all rights and privileges Mv mulier looked at me 1 for the first time my heart how i had n eg I feted mv duty in her to battle with all rhj cares of a My father was as little 1 instantly not perel him of the and the deer i this Ncv York at the clasp of a woman's arms not Jl n doubtless thinking in his mother's lowed his little and sunk in- cue needs hut in streets by the eager busy see ail the great improvements of agf tlie wealth ot a rich and pouring the treasure into a mere at her location lessly for love to her that her chosen guardian and protector manly and noble heart Ob A most of and one 6 most the truth of is for the eatable at rid during The Spv nish General the ool of the K was f In In entitled him t the of or seultod in day during the of a boy before ill chief demanded of him fcf w pose he Was there repPed that lie had come to beg Jifa father then a prisoner fu ran you do to save ask the 1 can do bnt but I ciin shall be seized the little saui you suffer ear to be her lap her of prosperity her rapid progress to at Chicago J But nevertheless mamy am heart Ob to keil off to procure your father's him that oath his certainly WM the to ind will bt sums this may he every other welled in the ork of the west for existence and support No mostly sustained by tive rich products and highly cultivated dark shall the raven flip Uia d wolf sball lap life be parte 1 nnd dishonor Ilia ever Blessing shall v it Oh never We all the story of a they band who in a moment of wrath to her who had but a few months be- her to liis you a e not satisfied with my conduct go return to your friends and to vour happiness of her trade from them It is not our to say one di ht to you asked the Yes he replied all your v g word of Chicago we are as shall go with you I it it was pi and j ed wall ashes and soot 1 never perfectly describe to country and rather Chicago And will yon give me back which 1 t- I f 1 1 I1 1 t 1 t f 1 -t 1 what i saw Our help was a green girl just from Ireland and under the tuition f my mother was not of anv great iee Not a floor was swept was her as any western man can be i she answered thought not of my wealth in cutting red slices j seems to us unjust and spoke of my devoted loves can you that the impression should go forth these back to suid the an as he Hung himself at her ieet No I these but J will do more 1 will them and -I will cherish them through mv hah cooked beef f r dinner and brother was washing the the dishes fellow in scalding i face and hands his shirt bo-i om very hair was J as her mother bad told me that s cr She man 1 at I i E v y an to Mam Kenosha tl is H i semi sin nce in winch I have tl d out in full t d lier hi r deg id her her nent her evident lu iin 1 cued c s 0 piove mv side of the c uld not d 0 in M is i r int a with it t v 1 end hed in the nothing but ess ng his iron md upi j tht i jiu JL m in ml do itli 1 er KDP shook bet h d MI pp d her bright set ht r little Jip t th t in a leu in in d thru the in ei liUle for i e iv she id n ren MI t 1 1 if dj in her mj t tu ab idt i I hi wifch t uld be md 1 ed du hti eff t appear 11 scut ne n j doubt she t it htc blende should rs rqu d to tin i i I i sm ill wm d shill 1 do the father 1 wTsh hid t li In r he d she is bu 3 ib m th lit test work lei n ind m ti th it slit h is Liio n strength ids on ith th f in t sets uj as a u md s m bv contra- m m inst lour times her h it bh II I I I hei g i t i ic list and trust to fh it 11 ce In i of he i error 1 n t di n t kn he rl sh his h id is f ir fruit ell and pi nous she her Frank h ill vi hit wit der of that the whole west is in thi one great city nnd we wiite tile purpose of some place elye i 1 am sure J j Was fortune to stop a few m my death and never again will 1 ould scarcely keep en ing at n and i forget that 1 have sworn to protect and appearance j promising towns on Lake who to me all she The week's wash stood about in tubs I we of Kenosha Having held most dear Vmd on chairs and the The Did I not tell you there was poetry in a woman's word oi earned it to be a one horse we kitchen had a most disagreeable odor ol j to one of most underdone food Through business Jike places we have i t bear the mild the gentle winning back from its i ness and rudeness the stern vid ing temper of an angry man Ah il creation's fairer sex only knew of th ir of wed 1 s fiercest battles woul 1 be unfought and reply A was culled to cut olF the ear with a single stroke of the fho wept hut riot resist while this order was executed you lose your other ear rather than ot purpose was ilie next question have suffered Lut for my ther I can Differ was the heroic swer of the boy The ear was taken off by without flinching oil the of the noble child now go touched by his sublime courage ther of such a boy is dangerous to must die In the presence of his vainly suffering son the was executed Never did a Hie hibit truthful lights and national character such trtfaih.eroua lolly the open the suu came I er met possessing as it one m the dust and bits ol i tlie countries in the west unwashed hearth atul a i one ol tlle capacious harbors on I I I 11 -j i looking In the were ot bread damp and mould v mers full mitk pieces of meat vered with flies it was parlor was with piper md toys furniture white with dust i o crown dl company had n i3 ot those weak thoughtless kind ol women who never knew what lo do in such a case but to stay out Iret the drink sit down the Lake expensive business moneyed institutions public build ings well supported of all or one of he most I how much unhappiness best regulated be of in the ems r turns I I 1 -ity v STICKING TO adorned fivi veil a Dr town win became enamored of a and go to wonder whai of careless folks do live in the two children had broken the cast my snapped Us strains besides quarreling with baby er rill lie screamed into a fever j went to the bedroom next i thing was in like my father what he had on a mast bed anil of feathers j Bui ail dirt snd sirit the it my father had losi j fifteen hundred dollars iii wide and re i population of between in ln due oT md six thous nd not as our to bV married Th j was a strong and decided very and in They ere sitting together bin except a our leveling talking of their it Atlantic cities m j when the doctor rem z i j ani my dear of two which I shall among the j est of my pray what may they be the refined here is everything b iion ami md a few Hells We should judge from the dry position of th city and the healthful A TEXAN VISITS An interesting work lately published entitled -A Yankee that When a pays ia no matter what press oT there may be a certain ways sacredly observed The rider that we saw with o M the inhabitants at least all their lives no half acres of land covered his business which he was for- i generating a nauseous filthy j eid to my dear little brother 1 and the at- I born for baptism CharleN who had studied with noxious no j the very period of my or cadaverous i receive his which i observed every other man had g a whole year because j not his women of excessive j this oasis ir the wil nass has for some years past been j the th it has i the hour when I shall call you my wife for the first And the other if you please It is when we shall present out lie had been obliged to stay at home to nurse li t e 1 felt I What Yes my dear sprinkled Never a of lhn o i alone i I not be to trust T jr telli me tl will I lee ou bv all to let u took dom hone on the tiling ot th and fw six m mils I t ird moie liom tuj One i lorning the nnt return t the hope to 11 cott ige I f 1 e -ee md the re ult of mv spring xv In of i vines ind trt me it d greater meetu Jittle Awn a i j i her a thai was snap wda 1 Jo rkea in for the bosom the sv wodt stt attire to in the everything was rights led with tears her expressive She absolutely beautiful to then and 1 was about to her for her improvement when the identical looked into door As Ann Mr Harris is here and wants lo know will you come stairs Ah T laughing nt her and hand as me that one men rants these tigers your sudden give up know tli it ir m from nn 1 had leisure the rest inspect the admirable ber sewing the perfect ol delicate her Own poems written in and of books drawings and ings 1 have ever seen in a her tasto nothing in the ted every but she has out- the storm from present indicas j night sir child of mine shall shall be ha Yes my Well sir 1 can tell you then that your won't my Sj good Lions her advantages the in- dustry an energy of her citizens and left house her present enviable situation in relation The latfy left the room find the doctor The sequel to true story was that the doctor never to two important rail roads we opine the lady is an old maid days of her prosperity are at hand 1 We know of but few places that offer to capital and I rise A HIGHWAYMAN and were the words than certainly no place j ti a on foot by a to live and ev j wayman whoso brace of looked of our opinion mean if possible to than otherwise do that with was the reply at the handing over to the out- borde d worn Htr curls h rmt t- and looked softer nud i nothing of woman's rights spoke o uis me n d a t lo r a treasure is all 1 could can I And could wish to be- more cast I LAND is English papers of a severe snow storm at in E find on the of commenced violently at 6 o'clock in the morning and continued without during the day The way trains were delayed in their trips i right crown of my hat il hours the snow being four feet will look something like a show of tance His request was acceded to but had the smoke from the d hards ol the robber a purse j apparently pretty well stocked but he continued suppose you do me a favor It in return My friends would laugh at me were 1 to go home and tell them 1 was with ns much as a 1 nnb ose you fire your two bullets deep on the hills and eighteen inches on the plains and valleys The trees on the verge cf bursting into full leaf were cor- ered snow Three men got charge fast in the snow and but for timely ns Distance must have Accounts fro in various parts of north and south jf his weapons passed away when the tailor out a rusty old horse pistol and in his turn politely quested the to shell mt everything of value his not refer to the I of the weather and state that the fields The highwayman got worst of it in ns the mountains were that adventure didn't he Poetry is the flower of literature prose the corn potatoes and is the woman whose band has a wooden leg aV she Lave but one stocking to knit his shouts G od people I am and I siay mj the dog's1 after in proprietor very fence without He throws one hg over the then he other follows and top scales himself yery upon it and awaits the he other party The latter now brings his horse side the the are ye I'm right peart peart ole woman uid the T Considerable sassy only a smart chance ol woo Is v Got a smart of a Yes some pun kins ten cows and a Come Yes sir hurried up my right smart I tell yu How's they to hough we've of The gentleman upon the from it with due the ol the shakes with him iu a most solemn md surveys horse from stem to stern examines the mouth to tnd having preformed ull duties with decorum he p exhibit his hospitality Judge light arid tie Horse OUt Without any remak judge did as he w stake driven in the ground to it one end of was attached to Iris saddle and bridle hung and for The great gravity with which such afr are invariably conducted amused mo very much until I became accustomed to IT came to look upon it as a matter of course If a hole is twice ns wide deep and twice as deep as it many potatoes hold provided half of them got the Mrs Swishelm in a beautiful tribute to the menory Jesse of the family says in the burgh Visitor she ron a and that was firm believer in spiritual to convince us
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