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Madison Express (Newspaper) - November 20, 1845, Madison, Wisconsin OF Tlie MADISON will be published every Thursday anil furnished to TWO Dollars pelf if paid if not in will be TERMS OF dollar per lints or for for Jitters addressed to this office imut bo to No till trc at tlic option of tlic A Tom C. a whose ideas of life were on guch a magnificent scale that they outran his capital and was seated upon the porch of one of our in a large eastern one bright Monday cogitating in the of it was him to compasi a The long which stood recorded on books precluded the of getting one there without the numerous searches pockets about person were unrewarded by a single The c cse was but great minds are always equal to arid Tom was of that ilia coat had boon renovated by a co re for whom he had written a Jove his hat had been ironed by a good-natured who had en- Joyed 1 is curtom in belter a new coat of Japan had been upen his dickey no gentleman would of examining extremities of i 01 or pry into tho he nut 1o for n Tom thought himself and ho re- pass a if A stranger lolling easily on a him looked him in a very Li nd but jou look so like old of J. who bus resided for 3 curs in the Chut I can't help a MADISON BY WILLIAM W. Faithful and TWO DOLLARS IN Volume 6. 2O, 1845. Number lie further Iliad ded to make your house my and endeavored to return for your It u too much ore and here he became almost overpowered by The strip of crape around his put there to hide the greasy the and the renovated which looked like new OK the possessor of euch a all assured the the landlord that he had been denied the night of the 3d of April was the time agreed upon out west for the grand exhibition of and lofty and about 10 of the said numbers of the Millerites assembled the outskirts of the en a little on which the proprietor had allowed a fow trees to In the and the only representative of his race was a free negro by name of about and rough a dant of Ham as ever baked his shins and said that it was an im- over pertinence of his had t wice before offended him by his and assured Tom that he would discharge the fellow forthwith back to him the and begged he would forget the he felt shocked such an outrage had been upon his oldest friend and These warm expressions Tom's and he walked resumed his returned the to the merely remarking he had the and cheerfully sipped a little iced champaign a kitchen Sam's head was and head very and his a remarkable to a pair of in put Sam on a horse his legi round its his head towards the and his arms clasped around the animal's and at ten paces you would swear he was an old set of patent gear The leader of the owing lo ancient grudge he bore hated crust of bread and a scrap of and an inch of The disposition is fai more removed from and is a virtue which all should It is painful to witness the waste in some Large pieces of bread is suffered to nd then given to the s become sour and are leavings of a good meal day ere thrown might With it is nothing bin THE N. Y. Spirit of the Times has the following dialogue occurred some weeks in an old at the West The in authority having entered the ing for tha objects set forth in the late law taking the and meeting an old woman on the first who happened be both natured arid hard of I I the most le things in the about to will them all the lowing would be my plan of tion I would to the world truth and which are very I would give to physicians skill and I would give to printers their To gossiping women short To young good waists and natural To young sprouts OT cash hard To old good smooth little and good To old love for children and Sam and had done in his power to prevent his j commenced their tance the but all to taking no would creep in who the said you every and to-night here want the number of As ho left Ihe table arm was dressed in a white robe in this nrn from the we red the the you know and am pleased to encounter a friend of eaid Tom to him us easy as i oiling off a log An com in by Tom being asked to nnd when the gong thu in walked the and arm in P c life and twice as He called the waiters with an of the j's wine with friendly laughed wiped his mouth in completely captivated the Dining the of he was by ll e sort a to him from Tom had him for ninny odd v a shadow of prospect that ho vould stand il no The whispered in his stood to give him room to Tom clutched the with the intention of hurling it at his but allured his and another it daggers at and in n moment confidence upon his you belicte in said Tom since my ays in arm with his the landlord and begged to know where he should send for as No. 24, a fine airy which would to a was at present Tom he would send tha baggage and after lighting R strolled out with un air In good trunk a but The cheap secured to hie body by a and shouting and praying as loud as Now on the morning of tbe 3d Cabe had with a deal of end more managed to throw a half inch hemp cord over the branch of an which stretched its Jong arm directly over tbe spot where the Millerites would ho had secured to the body of the landlord winked as the bent and the other to We hant none Sal's gone lust take the number of I believe it's No. 22. I've seen the woman You may well say 'the men cuss know you give us the number of in your There's my a i that Mr. the British ister at finding thero if little hope of adjusting tbe Oregon either by compromise or has proposed to territory in its present tion for twenty under the joint protection of England and the United nnd with Ihe stipulation at the end of said its then in- habitants may attach themselves to cither or erect themselves into nn independent as they may If such ft tion has been w e that it will be for of it will be to give the whole e- to the United If Ihe le territory is open to settlors from England and the United States on equal it will at the end of 20 years contain 10 Americans to 1 Such ate the habits of our nnd so aie of to frontier that they will go-to Oregon in while Englishmen will on- ly go 1 his arrangement would triable English Com- ns v e-11 as our own to continue their whole territory for 20 by which time the wild would probably be pretty much killed off. A GOOD is said thai the j is a truly republican day on which Mr. Clay at the since it gn es to the people the Sulphur Col. Irol of own Whether of South had im il proposes to allow the people of the body of stump some beneath its and as distance off. About 10 when and that's poor Tom B thai u the excitement was getting about dead rest him b the that's large our he paid the that quantity of bullion was rather Torn was in clover the was whispered and one of his a fashionable insisted on trusting him for suit IIP after much and it astonishing how altered with Tom's Uis note good for any small sum and it was a to make his In the course of about BIK months the thought he would be as they were hard The hint was and he received a check anything but a cash Tom very informed him that the agent who had raised his hopes a rascally the Mr. said the handed to by the to keep up coolly ponded shall seize jour the enraged can't help my said Tom know if I had a full of you should share ior I like vastly I do cuss me if I don't j so keep and keep the baggage until 1 make a draw and raise the little The trunk teas and so roughly that it burst when the discovered that if Tom had no pocket full of il was be- cause he had stowed them all jn his and that accounted very for its being so heavy to the wrapped in an old walked into the and proceeded to fasten in as secure a m inner as the end of the ropo the back part of the belt confined Sam's and to join some of companions who had the other The few stars in the threw take the if you take there no more Old as lives in the haint no his rent these four Gripes that's three a dim light over the and in few minutes the voice of Sam was hi a going up end sure Snrn was mounting into the his ascent a I how many a all we only wanted to know how many the that n Mr. Andrew Judge Peter V. and John to take tea in his Mr. Cloy being unaware of the determined about twilight to visit the The three worthies above had already before the candles ere Col. S. was standing in the as Mr. do you Mr. Fml in a loud Tyler sprang out of the ditto Peter following When the wore the was surprised to find his 1 ad lafe Jude whole territory to T at the end of on tho question of the future or in ono comprising all tho territory of 40; another tho between Columbia liver ond latitude 40, nnd a the south of Columbia wo arc un- able to If in it might be that the pail would at- tach itself lo and tho Southern part to the United Vv e do not to state the proposition nor do know that it has been nude at gh c il as n but nro out hope thai it will prove At any it a new and bad on either side lead to most const Com. 5fj vcs c of the Supreme Court of the State this bo was a noted A a not to bay dangerous was once making his first c 1- fort and had thrown self on the wings of his imagination into the seventh and v. as prepared for a higher when the Judge struck his on the desk two or three ex- claimed to the astonished hold my any tor you ready out of the jurisdiction of the Com checked when he had say so. cleared n few cried nnd not a few dropped their robes and Now whether it was owing to the lightness of his or to the length and weight his or Sam's position was not a pleasant one the belt to winch Why m m thunder the farms and co from the city for a few house our whispered the possibility of nnd this having the calumny has me here at table by sending (i servant to demand the trilling sum I owe The Southerner war burning with is too humiliating f added dreaming of such nn I um unprovided at this my promptly months the Midnight followed proffered his is my by the Morning nnd the pocket make use of it without j day had circulated through the cord was was bound exactly round his centre of and Sam swung like a pair of head up and heels heels up and head at the sarna time ing over tho crowd like a which motion was accelerated by his strenuous clapping of rnd vigorous At length lie be- came he wouldn't go and he couldn't come a cried lake urn poor to urn or lef him down Gor Hie New York Spirit A In a little village in the stale of i in the year 1841, there was of excitement con- tho doctrines and prophesies of deceiver For v very said I will but this for a know the rascal can't With an cf offended Tom approached the office of the the landlord frowning with at the the offended put his hand to his if hiding nnd then addressing the in a never of such an insult from at guch a my in the south has and bn agent with mo to deliver up tho portion to in J out of that tho down henceforth I cannot my Take the never will enter your Just at a village and surrounding to an extent not even equalled by Dr. Duncan's celebrated Coon Men disposed of their property for or were pale nnd from latching and and in fact whole or at who believed in the coming looked as if they were about half over a second attack of the chills and There some choice in notwithstanding the popularity of the would not enlist under the banners of tho and a- inong was a harum rum bUde from by the name of Gabe Now Cabe was as Kaid you would meet on a fourth of in ty Lef him down please the and dis nigger will go straight to ura bed Sam's teeth chattered with and he kicked again than be- bringing his head directly wards and his heels when a woman shrieked brother take rne with sprung at his head as he swept by and caught by the bringing him up go um poor Cabe gave pull at the but the additional weight was too tbe belt gave way and down came his bullet head taking the leader of the saints a just between the is I down again cried the bewildered gathering himself de but I was nearly I seed de The leader wiped his overflowing took Sam by the nape of the led him lo the of the and giving him a kick la you cussed you are so 1Jsnowtd'they let you ladies and But what is Not to possess a To We in small of i thorough We believe that the soil love to cat as well as its and ought to be We believe in large which leave the land better than they making both the farmer and the farm lich at We belie vein going to the in deep ing and enough of it. All better with a subsoil We believe the best fertilizer of any soil is of prise and lime and gypsum and green marl and will be of We believe in good good good farm good good and children enough to gather the We believe in a clean a neat wife in a spinning clean We disbelieve in farmers that will not farms that grew poorer every farmer's boys tuining into clerks and in farmer's daughters unwilling to and in all farmers ashamed of their or who whiskey till honest men are ashamed of Moreover we believe in taking a paying for and it. Such hints are worth at A Fon proportion of males to in C is one to nnd many of the ladies there possess large landed nil These are as being quite and but anxious for considerate AWFUL IN or Sept. 23.--On Thursday immense body of tcd nnd received witli every demonstration n The ut the cry of com- wos one general and rush towards was by the Bouts wore axes harpoons hold old and every other held in tho excited bring an animating The dealing of the rushing in of the ponderous rnd then the ing tl roes of ring all united in nn the dreadful calamity in the harmony to add to the sily of interest felt on tho For t wo houis tho dreadful combat At List one loud end long of victory v. .is from tho who 15JO What n burning of the Theatre al on the 20th of we have flic count of always for fun and sport be prudent is not to be but of any and every and to save everything you can for strong disbeliever in own and pin and a a year's HOOSIER mony of tying knot is very much simplified in the Hoosier as the following scene will show is your is your Miss do you lore do you love I I pronounce you man and AH the days of your an in n greater of havo been received Irom the inca of of a at which had demolished scene houses and killed upwards guago can portray il of five thousand of the to attempt a description wire ix is situated about the centre of Not one in of Some of tho yonne when chafing the into left their boots rind sal the riding them to the The tory of the v in docs not an instance of nn in an sum iri to be by the captors the reward of thuir 'n Groat Two HUNDRED LIVES LOST of the following particulars of a accident which happened in by the giving way of n lettei ful event had us that a taken place on preceding between and Two hundred Italian diers were executing some at that point under the of an Austrian who without any plausible was obstinate in wishing them to cross n menaced to fall with the est and which the local with praiseworthy had for some time forbidden the It was in vain that some of these soldiers represented the danger there would be in marching over the bridge the Austrian Captain rated his the men had the folly to They on the and ex- catastrophe took The bridge cracked and fell into the and tbe whole of the two hundred soldiers perished in the deep and rapid river across w hich the bridge had been The who was marching at the taken some in and succeeded in ing the opposite bank in Soine a drunken placed in a coffin with the lid left so that he could him in a prave and waiting to see the After a short time the fumes of the liquor left nnd hii position being lather sot and I am confoundedly or else Sun level of tho water of Lake Superior supposed to be 900 feet above level ct the H has sounded to the depth of GOO nnd 700 t. In tome no soundings have been It is 400 to 500 miles ond 80 Its or surface of is equal to about 345000 square Tlie water is ly When the winds am high the waters are more boisterous than those of the Atlantic
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