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Lafayette County Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1856, Shullsburg, Wisconsin COUNTY at ONE AND within OF 1 jear 17 00 i 5 quarts 00 00 be 1 one 10 additional VW R ami Counsellor lit Law and Chancery In Iowa lie will Lands and t Centre MARVIN IN OVER A ATT O K K E Y S AT ITA VV Block floor AVIS j n j NO Some Things LOTS Me i Bt Tl All within anu all without mo a s And the darkness foot the Through sollen dark f y On tho stream tbo r the linden leans nVo think In this love JOHN AND AT IN of the Drug Store P B AND AT LAW SOLICITOR IN J J MARVIN AND AT LAW THOMAS COUNTY OF FAY LATE CAN be found nt hU In wir ill promptly tu all Tilth the tbv drawing of Deed longs as County Surveyor him f In hU aro not by any other Fob 1865 OEO L FROST AM COUNSELLOR AT LAW WIS next to nnd Smith's Store Will attend to Limn negotiations and all onnccted 1854 AMI DODGE Home M D PHYSICIAN AND next to the 1855 C C M D PHYSICIAN AMI bli near the EDWARD WHOLESALE Water SI HI COUB MESSMORE Attorneys and Counsellor at Law COLLECTING Of UCK TDK Mineral WILL In uf Grant Bud Ax ll C O o Importer ami Wholesale In nnd Cut 11 tins Ac Nu 1112 bo A Huw Vork AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW NOTARY ll U MAGINNIS AT LAW AND Illinois promptly attended to i II T A AT wll XX promptly attend to nit Professional nnd to E C El 1ST T I with Lcc TIIE SURVEYOR Of Lafayette County mny nil nut uMont on nt Iii tho town of miln froin village or by will ho promptly attended lo t tf WILLIAM FOSS CEO w AKW of tha to rg W i Feb 1855 H L Corner Spring Street and Galena r Illinois on hand Ta loir and fur ent for I run French Biui r TOYS in no 1 Cuko IIM Feb 1355 AND ILLINOIS Wireboote n Insurance M K JONEIS Agent COMPANY CITY INSURANCE im M a wd WET Gentle buds nro blooming voices fist mo lu the windy Tour thu tin v There It and sings Till I think somo thoro be In this world love mo Even mull moon has to rao I see it may Swinging as woo iar awuy 1 And tho stars bead from the azure I could reach them where I lio whisper all the pleasure Of the sky I There they hang and above me think aome be la the very heavens that tovo Even Now tida of even Like n solemn river Gentle heaven -On mo Loving eyes that toll their story Speaking to my heart of hearts But I thing of glory Mary soars I must there trill be One star In heaven to i met -i at Sank tragical affair occurred at Lower Sank on Hunter Duvm an old a miles onn William Millard The were as 7 I a difficulty be- Davis and somo time Dress and Manners at St Petersburg Among the better classes thu styles are not materially different from our own and the of the exception of the wide toed boots and strapped which ure at present in voge precisely the A lady dressed a la in Now York could scarcely lie distinguished from one fitted out in St mensly HO great is the similarity to be the of styles nnd apparently the fashionable wor j are rarely they do protection the chilly evenings dnd cold nights tlic warmest days In lioti to what we would consider a winter suit most gentlemen ally a heavy clonk with one or two capes Ask them why they do so they reply that a good protection against cold and that they are cooler with than Whether his theory be true or not It at any to see so many p croons during the hottest part of a July with cloths upon his back to compensate a polar bear for tho loss uf his hide Perhaps in no place equal size mid with is there to be seen less foppishness exquisites of not being as there Why this is so I cannot say unless from the fret that so many men seek their fortunes in the military everything Is tain forms and who at Iho present something which to occupy their minds than n cravat or of a mustache Then again the present generation havu had a worthy example hi the late Emperor J possessed of a which ho was justly proud in- his consulted simplicity than show and in his dignity growing out p part of the Davis had and Cadis Into day last a rifle mid for He came in a knife about latter him said ho was hot armed would amends to meet in Sank village and thp Davis went and did last Thursday At time he went Hin M lends him to nettle the matter aud persuaded him lo give up his that Uninterested should bo selected I ti what reparation Millard should make did other during the n jout six in i the At tinio Davis uas walking along the street witli u As about passing a warelmuse man stopped his companion to apeak witli him Duvis passed on when Millard who was concealed iii the warehouse fired the second The was a shotgun witha of bulls The charge lower port ol the the neck nnd mangling him bly of killing him neously j I 1 HERBERT ON The trial of ip J Herbert from Thomas Keating the Court at ington on At the opening of the prisoner was brought fiom the jail and placed in the box He was surrounded by Ilia friends and Caroy Jones of Col Benton anil of- JOHN C stepped the railing and Heated sell in the box by the prisoner The court room was found so in of the heat and crowd it was found necessary to bring in carpenters to taki down the blinds and throw open tho Messrs and the Horn Percy Wulker for the defence and the District Attorney for the United The indictment be- ing the prisoner he red not low firm tone One of the in the company ol the last crowd which passed through our town fpr Salt Lake learn had no less than lour husbands She ia said to been nn intelligent looking individual She contended that women hnd as good a right to have a number us a as he wished provided the men wero all mem hereof Church Thero is nothing like making circumstances auit and them Mormons appear to have a peculiar faculty for Every thing liim war of tins stump i The interior of his place particularly bti the monolith th it rose his hands to or the glistening panels of marble line the Interior of hii work tho The the 1 are to bb seen iii Tho young i nug blur and presents u tru y gay The in free from thut A lady in j town who hat risen rapidly the kitchen to grace U head ol her master's table who one entertaining u con Hag ono of th Awful An what's witli awfu wrath landlady if scrubbed the house as long BL I have your paws would line a been sao bonnie and white as they HIS THAV tho passengers it tho the Mr Bayard lor goes tp spend two three years in Denmark tha only parts of that can which this traveller has before con- route Northern Asia Siberia and ouri the rivor Amour Oregon nnt liiti correspond i vlf delayed in ahead disposed tb stilt will S with team of Slusher They first attacked the horses one Ol his ii blood alter The and Mr his were very injured ir- The und of the re- hydrophobia l J ho pu The never due iold or blow As in i I- most BU gentlemen and ladies too aro and nee Bido ji and is looked upon dingi and really I much and certainly njore tractive j when from the noxious AND HIS The Bankrupt of Connecticut is the same as this State and whenever the consent the other Ati of thi Legislature of that however to But before that his s attorneys consent his bis are St y for distance OP side on break docs riot diminish the Moran 11 y When last heard V A ly information will be Mbran t wich Coy N Prince B is not to be Russian in Paris because a riii ayeur with to cut a tri is said that the injur to in Fiance is estimated at which are the mno hot tha the less of cattle v injury rhe s Journal that i ll recent de- of t lie that the costly of at numerous ii New a Tew been hired form e a The J Eve Post and the tar as heard from are quito sd coming U The 35 electoral vote's pi Ni vy York are of some 16 Tho steamer from arrived here forenoon The Niagara at Liverpool on of the City who was appointed lice four weeks has 0 resigned hii appointment to thu heads of the or the reason that if lio none his duty hn should have the force of the city down on A1 P nun j a foreigner applied to permission to j husband's some one in Paris lie 1 offered her francs for it late had an The reject d the request n A celebration of tho IV of July in the Hon Dunic S Dickinson the President of tha introduced the following The era of men i nd patriots The v omen i Tho N C has seen a couple of ingots of gold taken rorn the mines weighing -15 I of beautiful metal squirrel hunt eame in jWarren The of animals were chucks 363 ed squirrels 700 black squirrels 468 The S balance was made up of porcupines coons blackbirds i c A despera e battle between U S troops tind the Ind ans occurred near dn the 15th ult in which five white m m and sixteen Indians The Indians were routed when they took re uge in ii swamp j A Tho Buffalo Republic says d young man qd to nix mo in on complaint of n and respectable girl Vvlip on th i night of of July as tihe was retu from the display of works on Ba avirstreet She swore that 1 he cairie rudi ly her and Ills ym arpu id lior neck tpf hihi kissing her repeatedly tf barbarian in mus idal J I 6 course thus the American tion had boon Parliament Mr of Commons the conduct of between and the United States on the of the have not entitled it to tho approbation ofthe Homo Messrs of Birmingham to Mr to his motion therefore The Attorney-General i and United States Had not been such a might have v desirous of preserving friendly with Sir M supported the motion and contended that the agents hai deeply violated the laws of the States and of nations honored by to States citizens from their allegiance ROCK action by our Board of Trade in by the state of things in- regard to thin fearful nuisance A letter was shown us yesterday addressed to the Mai Inc: Ass ation of this St Lot is July 7 informing them appointment o a Committee of merchants St Louis all men of influence ami by the Chamber of Commerce of I hat city to sue out an injunction against tia Rock Island Bridge consisting of tha A Brownlee John J Roe D A and y chival Louis Chamber immediate and active co-operation of our merchants steamboat owners ah 1 of Trade Steps should at taken the attention of our o Congress NEW is the creed of Parker as laid down by self Sharpe's Ri- I dp not he the mi- origin of the or ofthe Baptist Church or of tho tian Church nor of the miraculous ter of not the E for my master nor y et Church nor e en Jesus He dial man greatness not errors not stain of the s not without fins for nien without sin exist in the di earns of v t Chicago states that on Monday tho 7th a was taken on the train to Galen i while the Editor of this paper and the tho Co n vere oh board and i that a large of the passengers voted Fremont an- to this statement wo have to jay that rio vote win taken on that train and the whole story is an unmitigated Chicago Tira It is in Norma as executed by j v modulating howl a th i an a guttura bawl ike the 6 V engine wop stoop t r About two r Decently from Beaver ire in and at j has caused u gre it panic among the latter ut Two understand Ahat is now lelt jupon the 1 ol an inquest ol Missis h day stated that dividends of the N Y establishment per cent on the capital stock or over sixty thousand dollars for months proprietor's bavo just purchased the B from Price tho well and the father-in-law for own per tent of the purchase out i The 1 Black Newport in this State 1 aye boldly thrown tho the banner ol disunion They ha vo hut sixteen States trom the glorious confederacy fifteen j M j deck hand on the raised bearing the sixte er Henrietta overboard the lear was His name John and he was fit of sorth the Friday in taken young gentleman of fine to me urn light a his n handkerchief in his pocket J cause known i f i- Miss ths v covered es 61 town by n defect of c- the head in the r in t yard of his father's st at His by his team Ii t ver Ins tl is side of j I witli mineral in ei H As ion el Grace Church New atthe closed until Sej temper J r l is be the u of South The report he we 3 of Jno hdy has Mrs and in a series eader willbe m Intends Bones fc a a Uf George Law from Aspinwall the 5th bringing Calif ir- mails of in and Thi Nicaragua steamer Sierra Nevada left San Francisco 400 passengers and in I She I recruits and arven to provisions for Walker Decatur rived at Francis tho 12th t Interest nt San cisco relates to the At last we're still in force consists of infantry 600 cavalry and of artillery with thirty-five nieces of several ries In different the city and occasionally appear in the for mental drill Gen Wool refused lo send the ground that he was not authorized in the excepting oh the order of the President of States The Committee havo thrown of of of in front of and guarded all approach with cannon Brass Held pieces are mounted on the roof for instant action and night Several additional convicted before nal of stuffing huva been ished from the State and sent to en ships The d to leave by or before the John Crow W Bagley James Hamilton William Jamm Terrence Kelley John t The following have been and ham one of of Col mouth of New Thos highwayman Lewis Robert T ley and Philander Bruce murderers All made ohed or The Vigilance Com- Police numbers men u mass meeting was held in the city on the ult by the friends ofthe Com- made by the Hon Wm and endorsing acts of the Committee Terrente ofthe men ordered to had refused arid taken into custody But little news from the Isthmus to that via There was n rumor at Costa Rica that President ras would be shot by the insurgents Guatemala had raised to invade Nicaragua had been the territory of San Salvador the latter State being opposed to the invasion Walker ended soon to attack Cost a Rica His at Virgin 7 Gen Sherman has com- mission of General of the Stat e troops California in consequence the of Gen Wool to them with ammunition Gov son was highly Incensed at the action nl Wool The State encamped San are said to number but 9 few but little fear is SAM flour 7 15 Jn the for the I adjudication of to swamp private ants nnd tho of A Her a from Jones three lion went Into executive session i 1 In tho House Mr Keith made a speech to tho Sumner affair nod announcing ho had already eon t his resignation to the to take effect that he was nt longer a cf on lien was not and Wm D Archer was a1 Illinois and tako his i u l July a slave at Mobile from in The Captain on entering th a harbar at- tempted to secure the pur of taking him back picked up ami TnO Committee the a corpus pr cured and the nun lj now before Ju where a hearing of the now going on Table tic House x Nu told h m to go great Williams wna then ried off by his tent on the train Canada attended the affair Much At an meeting In Al by tho ol munt and Johnson wero opposing civil und slavery whether domestic or The preamble says Hint the showed every meet the publicans on of equality repulsed they now tho pf Fremont and Johnson Gen Wilson his intention to vote for dent in to Mr July At a late hour last night Metropolitan Mr W VickH of South Caroline attacked and beat with a cana Mr Jacob Stanwood of that the attack on Mr Sumner was brutal and i Mr Stanwood received one or bio wa on tht head nnd face and b had time to repel tho the parties wore separated WHR arrested and lucked up fpr the night Ha wan discharged this morning but a warrant hla i i -I Hartford July 12 Two of Hazard's powder mills blev up this morning and Workmen were injured 1 When Lord was In Portland a dinner was given to him Ha said to one of th J this takes I muken It will be expected me I whut you have of which you nre public works Airy cei sir of are said to be doing a fine ness in all quarters North of San has resigned bin office A report received via New Orleans from Oregon that Capt camp been attacked by Indians a large number killed and wounded is not credite I News rived of the attack on Col Wight's Natchez the in which the commander wa i one third of force killed or command numbering 70 j The grain trop of generally very dates he Government of Bogota had through the Panama riott ind the conclusion that Panama authorities were Tho of lended to Bogota to be tried with parties implicated in the from Valparaiso of anil rom of state that a and amity between the United was stni it Sun July 14 night's New Yorl o Boston was thrown off the track near jong by arail i cross the tiacK engine tender jage car and one car were y No iwere but not fatally in- and The anil by an extra mail Boston wan unable U Shannon frora a f hit declined re- election to the of the Uni ity unanimously tendered men 1 It la the birth pla fellow the he reside 1 creF He does not born His brother lives arc accustomed to spouk of him Inn a man arid are very you sir thank yuli Elgin was d we know you Your fame has reached across tic honor given birth to greatest p A GitAi.iiSpEcut.ATon ror that the of 31 than was thut eo tar from being they will rs coed DUke of- positively a million of M Ernest Andre Count do the loso f end marine painter the golden fever attacked Paris and begun career with He It said to have of ties of grain at it- ixo muchi and ho lost heavily by stock Qsr A new the Straight Out appears at German papers in which Buchanan and v In who sy wilh under There ore tiie States the democratic Buil Buchanan nnd of pur known us a wit was they obacrvsd a other In BO iim Board of v Curators in Hudson wai t J A letter in the Republican 8th The tame letter the ltd to My would 1 t A man Martin upon t Uis charge of a young girl I rum her parents in New isia man and hie several The vvc pf age Hen fit lit r cemc uf her arid found her her abductor in c t ut her 10 him
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