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Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - July 7, 1857, Mineral Point, Wisconsin our 11 M IM MOO aow antl thj I Uw taw Kof I MH bj thy Ob 1 mgr I ok In D II h Ii W M B CUyl'ia W in 1 II M M Ar 11HH S At LAW Itli IM nl OMri U 1 AND UT J -1 LAW in It a uss rtct u known Km m U That Will i An u or All on U itf our A n k I tl Not ratton A fnr MtJ Ii I II my tn livly ami It tlM lly t Ort ta a l direction flat aid all af Wit The ware croaking pair who baa In I Mul on With ul turn up your Al io Hut fur uf jour rv all il U irritation 1 tured thither in of nuking and their HUM were tick of ennui As for thai of incurables the tants they for want of rana applied with redoubled to their favorite winter recreations of and the inveterate caudal of each other In thit of niter wire when iwe very hot clay in middle of August a stranger lo that worthy town In this dearth of anything in the news of variety which felt so y on of tho sir anger would have boon considered n seasonable mercy could he have been approached without the direful risk of by bringing it in W BUSS Hit I am no eon of tb U and whoi does that In iu the little lown Of UH ilv To MM wt I i everybody forue of habit into the i that hiding from bare The with a made him a Not a whit ing it by in paint won ft lima to Mid mile town a vary dull un full of company bathers walkers aud pebble nn high Oh I IhM ta AMI hi off yet town of comparatively Huge placards this reptile of of a one to IM stared tral in the face etna every window ut erery at on which of were y IT VOI X NO 86 cr tad from rime i with dignity sons in the town of- who the head It is hardly possible to suppose such people would con- to exchange a few remarks with a stranger of the only particulars known were that he trudged into town carrying hit own bundle wore TV thread bare suit of and slept at the Golden Linn These worthies did not allow him lime to make acquaintance but with an air us if they dreaded infection they arose and departed Not the least discomposed by the the great of little ft them into thu of Lord that was but folded iw to the in the an of round reading How far the ardor of making iee would have carried tome of them I am not prepared lo il might io the ducal Hill arid frank hud not the who hud remained an un- noticed in the crowd and Imd wen thu letter pass from hand to hand through a large circle now stepping into die and waking a low bow when you have amused sufficiently with 1 will you u it over to me iu rightful owner To you I iho whole tn a looking unutterable thread of the independent individual before We uru surprised at your impudence in which is ked and sealed by the Duke of arid to Admiral Lord i am hr returned the making a nil 1 you do nut that ilie son of u duke can wear a coal nml s s Having a iti your paper a of betrayed called at No 70 Wall street nnd procure J one The thought me thru I would go to uf spiritual mediums and no only in up Ju las but ting the on the Sirs Thirty-first stu A Cup i a cup it high look U uf that cup Q What reading on IM i edge of I Al Ulii a and unnatural eame tlie she my an I wid A I of 1 alb not if re id I tiit No JiJI l ulii I of ihc having on tha of House tin of on her lam ulmi jir ed the death of King year before it with nun y other I by in luced me lu give her u call I started nml soon arrived at lit in street a I lie bell nml inn tin i i tn me inr I mini jui turned over in my hand Ii What thai Hide t A Fig rod rod of holy I MI lo w than given llw on airry his own on the occasion I sen one within who can witness lo my identity you for society stranger havu you forgotten your old t In HICHAM I AT AT Ik t U vi HID t liku a aha lliu al liu bu winnan or Il At LAW u A new jimt been written thu of ur tin How ro Rov K 11 It'll a anil half a million unit Int limit or Mike Tat tell him to make I liable Sure an 1 ahull t il 1 liim vill 1 something il But this stranger entered the town in so a thut very fourth and fifth rate unities aloof holding selves hi ui Kven the keepers nml ni thu felt their curl up lively nt the of him Thu group loiterers of iho inns ed contemptuous comments on him ns lie pursued Ins way ami iho few fashionables ihal were lo be soon ill ilie streets cast supercilious glances of careless ty upon hint for he was on foul and atom in n nnd in short u whole suit of thai son of mixed cloth railed with a black silk handkerchief about his neck in a tical style he wore huge sea boots pulled his knees and lo complete lure carried n large in a red silk end of a stout cudgel over his Such hia dress yet to a close ob server of there was wholly oiu of the common way tibout lh There was that ex- to himself He drew from his pocket a with nn for a lighted u then Ins cigar smoked for sometime with apparent relish At length perceiving a gers on he hastily dis- ami one of the few Forgotten your honor No no my Lord Jack springing the midst of the circle I knew your noble the moment I seed you but I honor's humors too to teous trifling here's a to drink spoil sport by saluting when you lit io hoist foreign colors Jack YOU are nn honest and health occupants three ladien and a but hud his been of a or indelicate nature they could have bueu received with a of by the Indies who nt the liberty tbe alt colored man had taken while the gentleman observed with a most for we many a nnd hero's fur keeping my secret old heart of ouk And now Lord if you ure not yel that letter me here are 1 BJ spoke Ii produced from Ins u bundli uf tenors bearing same s n great mistake in addressing said the right wu Al II i count yAi At CU limy Init 1 n 1 N II I Hit 1 a uu ami uu U H 1 vont nn y Hint lie Ami wife vat Im I a Ilial tn bu is an i i in tin arc Hat lead iron dull j not brink i uru drugi i paper Them U nu in ul in of in hij largo gray eyes that whatever be prevailing of the com- towards him few would have holi him instill even if he hud not grasped so a weapon of as thn stout oaken in H hand lhat such weight of bone anil power of nuncio Thero certainly was n characteristic in tho from lie 1 took you for persona of covering my I crave your pardon Altlwnsjfh any reasonable person might have been from these of the inhabitants n was no sport for n friendly unknown to pitch his in still man who carried his own persevered iti his to find xom ed therein Yet from en ID tho lowest n of to of and ibc stranger resided in tho town it a The immediately him tbe kuer and began a suing of the most elaborate which did not stay to but walked back to the Gulden Lion leaving as of with That tKo whole loo law of their error in u body on Lord B to apol fur their him It honor the with bis the remainder of iho Lord busily employed in tying up bin when llm deputation and I r to winch sbi answered in- Hid me in the I saw a i umber hie the lady me were wailing ex- amination She drew from her j a boi notes were and r eu- for every hour In ui up in lite lind ol July VVell but I persuaded ihn lady a my of great try nnd let sitting Alier 1 obtained lo M-s her visitors in of is n table She b uf ses in nml fatigued tlic imi is compelled by tlie nml her if th she a had left the body years lo which she it lie I nt would going into a swoon for lime to in wild and I of I have arm cut oil and liis car Tbe nn ibal uf of olden were present I nut her lit spirit I is John ilie M it nil moon b lini infill we did ij did do in thn tlV we tail A wo did know it T A Alfred well Nay worso i io adjust it all the lime were than being a bankrupt got ing When afloat tightened the Mine hostess of the Guidon Lion ed up ou tils with ull the and daily to her they concluded lasl knot he replied ns and I do not rt H was iu mine and I she in very loin with nn di grip band ml is A r r A isr nt my II f I lu tm t mr will tbe if 1 It a hole lliu ami lo I en in at this etui you out T Unl f the with Ian air ut lliu groat An ulii woman who lived near tlie liw ilnriiiK Ihi war with iit til to lo cf a il Oft lu of of his handkerchief lo the roll gato of life Even the selling of his hat hail not iho look of A air of sturdy dence which he shouldered his bun die and along showed thai he considered tin opinion ot iho bystanders a mutter of perfect Yet there was that about him which forcibly arrested the attention of every one ple who would not own to that they thought him worth looking at once round to look at him again The first step he took was to look for but though readily found wero not so readily It vmt in that he applied lo ilie of every lodging house it though he u billof exclusion in people slim their un his approach aud from tho marine villa to the moat paltry he could roof to shelter him or his bundle The nd il be at his protesting in iho true of all in such her in evory thing that was said to of her guest ua lo prefer her iuni iu pay for everything beforo he consumed which lu bo sure site added was way in which business was ways carried on iti tbi 1 I then Pagan that you should so u tiling by lack Smith Tom Bulls und sumu other of your us to chalk up such enormous as said the stranger drily pointing with his stick lii hieroglyphics with which the WiOT TOWBR W COMB ami M- iv iU A U wia nf tin of our ahu hail IIP the have n under Km mil are 1 turn il and Oil what I duf ran lo hor of tlw ami in- of tlir Uow anuh a calamity i Iw i you nod net bo wr promise that ho will not aKnin varM water I know return ui lad tana bur room was graced Why sir lo bo sure these are all stammered gun Her guest to himself uf ho pushed into the street I entered your town every intention of thinking well of in- habitants Hut you will say ihal I came in a shabby com currying my own took up my nt n paltry Upon my word il was the only place where you would give mo Your of mo would have bum vory hud I arrived in my I doubt it not my rank fortune and will cure mu respect where people of your way of thinking Hut I nm odd try these fellow us you see and whether I can obtain it distinctions Where wore y Wn Judas In ihu uf i How many A a little hesitation he said One eight hundred and years Q What was father's A was A Mary sweet 1 -1 loved Q roSor A Dark but gray before I died Q your A my mother's J you in body A 1 I do it uf what as well a- a IU M- i IM tin I WUM pool and did il j j did tbe I mul I and 1 it nnd gave il al r it and pm it in Ins live yen A Five years uid when I died me on 1 tiie Tlie las test wa to ft to mid 1 name iu Li a Hebrew I it wna ihn Hebrew i h that Hood name Judas that thn nor i in my mind mil It I wiil niv visit to I Joux W M II N V j A 1 uu nee will watt by a in a Kit or lo dig Tiie and having i about lony fent one in o Imd 1 jiu and lull I in ill I wilt be nt are yel 1 n rank growth ni I tli nl a ot b l Uio At li 1 ly a to bit n thai was I y more any keepers went doubtful witb il tnt inexorable whether he would permitted tu rest even the sole of his foot even in lown of The of n sovereign to which the as a resort appealed ir und a bed and for rest ir it O I XS I A X K TA I IM I oil f unman OU A young of A waa at of win Uw patient fcr two I tirWit hat be tmd not departed in from and bad giwn iha imal uf what ho during Ilie time of nor that had in Itin form tif Daren 1 pound of Mid S ol In ahc had 8 of 80 bottka of Oil and 9 quarta uf PUU aa MM ol no to him a suppe ami nil things needful at mall house creaking to travelers Good for man and beast The next morning being of the bundle at the end of the oaken cudgel which be atill or Nourished in the miff nautical manner he entered ihu reading Ii is no UM your name down for you cannot admitted the he received from the perl of ibis fashionable resort Noi ou my larma of f demanded tbe wranger No air we admit of jour on any terma the el and pray of do you IV ii Rather hurt that my credit should bo timl i would not worso than ilial of Jack Smith and Tom the rest of Hetty Pagan's must bu n most looking fellow To be sure like of a nature the blow to vanity if ihal were a that could be cured by mortification i am an ugly dog I am but that my ill looking to be culled old smuggler a broken down miller but for that the popper und salts may bo n fraudulent bankrupt hiding from his creditors u returned convict ami a man who hud married three wives ami uu from them The habitual good lemper and light of iho was d and there were a on lis brow and an angry glow on his cheeks he entered that notorious shop hn Post Office Tlie mail had just nud iho letters having ed delivered to their respective claimants Hut there was one tad claimed yet which excited Tho unclaimed letter was of the sealed with a the Right Son Admiral Lord A and the manlier in which you me while I appeared among you m the of u poor anil stranger has um of my in for liberality of here And now 1 must inform you that I estimate your polite attention same I did him and ho In on Ii he A Ves ho Q Did yon ever hear him A I did him ii in tne lli finally a lo ibf f i inl H.tni.- but un nuly by inn Ii n for did uu ier I y nil arriv bv was tu d and tile I do in Lit it n hip up anil t hit now I and in r link is fert or lifty he ill Til cornier me lo be the Gamboge axt but uwd but at OU eae waK Tba MM be hfl Can of associate with How do oti pt I am air aod How Hi d land was beai in i would five it lo me for your town if you his red bundle lo the end of his bludgeon ind shouldered it with a droll look al the il I or ili lil 111 U Ii It io diir him it buun too unanimous criminating on the blame al this unlucky mistake so diey came ihu ty i of nil tins worl and franked by Duke of Lord would doubtless It would arrive day with wilt be the of town for the be aWe u with an rival in the countey of my haps a TIIK To Fix arc you doing uow HI I why Tin fixing un thing? pretty keping a who gavA you a employer be He his right and over for my of you know Well having oUe lo dd 1 boughi five worth of broken bank exchange forth with ol I III not Ui o v it v yon j vorf A It well BII it purr silver Q Who it A hit fer i stage 1 1 had nt at ND I o I it near i cecity of the of a from tor M bouwt A die high priest he had i Uu a of piece about the i I e it atl Imt INI lor if ibit f Ui him lo merif be UMMI tu Am U M i iw gi iven ike it f V think 1 am ou TV it I and hare MIH day had WM for hbi hy had towa widi Mt Tom in my hand i lUu wy baud H nt i i which would take for fold by tbh lime tlw whow town were First die reme for sis 4 Are yon thin A I HI tn tho like itm town ft eut n Mre I i river t
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