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Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - October 6, 1857, Mineral Point, Wisconsin TRIBUNE UY G W BLISS CttY OF WISCONSIN TUESDAY OCTOBER VOL X NO 38 IMM ttt 1 lilt I I t i tu l M ftp TW written that a of ao of Trwin lu Nat bcm t Havn you heard the KaltT A taw a fair ara hi Wheat U wing A few MS And into jate The uf al We ban to make the of it he had found that but he bad left for of we may real him chief m a we can ruu away from him flag But aoine dim fight him Look deck ia crowded of with men The brig's crew had by time be- come aware of the schooner and ma be thoy fell anything I ul com- at the arrived al Thu brig heavily and at beat was but an wilor while the with the wind fall upon her cum n at a A wan held upon Iba it was m length Of Vation in her Turning lo n Now the folding in the N V Tribune in an to :h ibe article defending Americana from gone In an the not or Tnr the to the Berlin lo We HW in our train Held a ih and The morning of UMU 11 nuo j thai tha brig should bo kept on her dawned upon if ordered by the lo henvo to thuy would do au al owe and no if nt all could wily Ill an hour ami a half the Imd tn within a a jun t CKW top noil lothe inaat waa with her main Boston ere the sun went thai ilay ten thrilled joy and pride On that day thu Sullen under Bull entered the of ho of a glorious vie torv were crowded wilh people nnd as ihu best hoped nud it t bow fur nil ihu nnd j and Hint and Uill Of rv di m u I the going along of Jill C t W hut a song in awl by what it n Uwi him and il railroad train bu be remains to ihu day had the child mid iv and proMem were on wuh Horace with all ari poetical would have to by 4 li H and wouh he Gilf tlie ince to the 11 li al ll anJ for ua of UNO R M U II i ll I IS V I Ilir f 14 I W U M t lir I 11 UN In o it in li I The In a j A frw Their Win Hi 111 A few n lUys Aiv In a pile I In a a Hill in H I In- A few i Hut KIT heroes from th tire us lik Tho crew the schooner ni she not mud t i mi thin we s i and I d town in a In I mu ami then MIII upon ond WeM 1 of aa men In- I Ii lini w M V I J II 11 II ul A i tVw Put it i- it L ami al H I i i mil I'll It X I is i xt conn A i 1 I A I inm I i V V em J II 1 I tun r i Kll It I Ut NX UK Ml IMI l in 11 Uu I v A the A IVw a ipii 1 1 iv y u m ildi ci I wmt liu In l o V ili r rL it ln is nil mat vn In In tuu ilai a tl lei il ml H lirn n i in -ail A 1 lir Tail i- Our tent lo lull A I'-w a Tlir I- Tin I c I nail A n li i- of intent wore Tin the on I II was u man in the a who seemed i to hi with in of and four i Do you vessel I leader ot j Poole Then of you will have no oh- iii my your cargo 1 with u for you mav in 1 may taki n faney III liU o i is meed of One whil his hat in th mi j eye on ih le al tlic knows hov ih the of an i like a little nnd lo sir I rieh mke nil 1 mo my Tho tilled an you no- in the i me lo pail him 1 ni iix run linJ in n tor t ii 10 I It I i Von m not you will no IM I inn to yum judgment i slightly l uji i HLook looU MI id the youth in an lone manner ai the same to a puny of seamen who were up See I limn in hia wulK DO you henr the thai A or urm 10 hu on the of our ute He t ought for his ol way in mainly wails the Poor in London fhiiinl j ul work hy and I nml Heaven limits by what other re- j hit Muni of for a of some old over him of Hoilon 1 or New Vork and of i there Homis Sweet Home to i a air the Wa of hia heart and will i gly i in any cf m ol an i h- 1 I1 waul y were ntumu j ul ami n uliake laid tit draw it a id down nl witli an which -ion in Ins rtvi'iv than No shall pan or of filing UK A hy a in ll ton t tin -ini r M wh n the w wo left i lu t ie ol the The would l were hrave hm d i ii u rum lite lew an a when work id drink with if you if not mi water ml by M none ol i And lo find at in the equally of his Louder swelled shouts of joy and ninny n preiu l u in I 111 lill HI MII ix ii n m u-l il I SlV HI W K ill Tlii'M tu In n few n In n nr Km i- mi all A a i- mil ii a n ii a Ini A u lUyi I run li lie IHC TUK will lo mi meail I lie in old man too for as he nn u shook his whole frame nnd he gasped for of sinin once I ihu into the working j mime and in their all lures him nml Mapped J the past wia nil mid laying his tremblingly on ihu on of hia he did arm his for Ins Tell me old man From whence you but mu what you bear j those of love and honor Men mil Adam Win i tt-m my all from the touch j mo your re- on him solves i old Win tw he sal in my brnk from j own his wily hy bin pirate he w mid have on not pm ID keep him nil Thv old Win ing where he no no 1 I nin mil ihv O onn limn onu ihu j a OM hu wait till tho I of my days heen my I I with a ihv fall I inv son O thi f comes my my ai of ey As the spoke a lovely female on- thin a My hoy a still thu nml n uld movement radiated her Couture think in one of the thai Tom could not write a yel there no giube that in Sully Mary's and True but Heaven The song into os waif n un luve gift of mid kindly lo the kind and The musses up or the innior plant seldom l master haml key nole of their erudition How many tars the Bay of know who wrote il How many soldier ual in the ehes ot have heard of tile i pure hearted woman fair hand wrote hracs are The of unties imisi to in in I ri mid hy exertion of great t ami alone m hh he in the face of the and holding a Tnr lill his i w hey with ill Advocate seen nt t3 the of August lill it if now The fom on in the naked rye ll IT onri for y or a in Mr snys il was al us on the of nnd IV a- hout li IV m oi it will reach its li on anil will liuy Ironi the This f ibis month ol s nlU not in return I lime between the y u anil which made MI the year for fom an- wet k in a r.nh.'i and you know the all hy heuit limn in a or in the pit f a All nl lo rely on it are OILS in their nature All who avoid KOI huve dull pi ami or havr nnd nml revolt what Vour iir I of hilliald U all for ni pi oi hilt its ii tune f sit U NT K Si CO THB OLD MAN AMD THE in iho of August a CIMU from i tor New Orleans On there manner hut lillo in H a fair hu in father mid ihu who her smih nl joy Tim limn own nui us your hon and you j from chair and I know i JM is it thus I found my hoy t lu ma one my nil in a and io my own his e- dear wife the old man WISCONSIN TOWBR WIS w 11 f nl I IdX A i1 Jk I A A 1 K from his land thin us hia lived he would not its The second WHS now dead land feeling Had in his old inun resolved 10 his child Thu Wii had weather and for to monotony of the hut at length one of a i tail lo the The 1 wind wiva from the the brig hud i it tho beam course liny mill h j iho cabin i ami on tUe some ten bur lo u er ml nut do you think U bound t Win lui ho cap The old man covered fuco his hands and the dwell in i Ves nid the ami ihu love nn deed pi ruin ordered his men to j to ih who the bri D toward who have j our elevated our hopes or our snug is especially the property of iho people Il is ami encouraging lo lhat the in- clines the und the and the nnd the Of a dozen bids of a hawker hut one which be by a woman A recapitulation of the lilies will at once recall lo this reader the nf We have Annie Song of this The 10 Willie we have tho Light point him oui lo you as his s no- us of n mail us we find I of widely bin all I of und irms in their ments nnd decorous in their Nor do wo r in which are designedly any of The of us have Nol leoi however should of a cornel hy in lir New Vork Times one u and a liom very of die il cannot it i ind if they am in then they are over Tin iis laM U vil lit x pen felt und our mutiny I discover thai was not 1 t i rri this is in- has mi through of the last vean ami ever striven 10 eir vessel y hud followed his chief on board nl ilio spot where lno l nin bless her Win stood and the old Adam Win was and ft man's in own Oh air if are iho man's speak to him one kind word Smile him own him your son t word from you may reclaim him from all errors the old mail an upon iho pun features that were turned towards him 1 Two their von know noi what you nsk 1 ns from Lowell Mass visited inv in starch my son hut such IIH at Lake about u in I find him 1 will inner own him Hack since and declared leans we were i for they led Tlie chungu for the but n will u uf and from haim the ol and m the A ii r He The VI dwt not i not know a ined of water nnd I utter I I all n talking in well kindly c mum Ul lier I oy at and liku 1 tin 4 in den in n in d live is thai he lo hu i The of lo your men il l m the IBOM men in Wr for Si mil and fay won't go out and J lo a man hut he Ima to of to h- 10 me N 10 TIII the pill bed With poverty I to bin mav in the belief him drawn ami liml in hii f money A poll uf the d be more eight after draw a visil in iUf 1 lo secure wall fute of M and 175 and ihan ail after had W of Staw by tri- are already arr and we Not a thing hera have 1 and cold ia in I into warJa the falls and i a a with a bean IIA nit I 1 Fwu Oil Win Vary returned thn captain he went aloft and turning to the old mau ho continued you need be un- der no but in all ability thin it a pirate A Mid Win face a livid hue then in we WHU At ike pirate spoke youth of chain an a lum on board the ichoon.! labelled two followed him on board er and in a tew Uw i the little brig on her way Old Adam Win returned to home Maine people the object of The confusion which ai the attention of a gentleman who in the of i i- die Thia touched and I wont I he for lam win to i i ia but bom darker than these movement but a yet nothing tea of ever He had left of bit I occurred to clear tip the torn off in her h with bia nun it the upon it and maki i it paw ill Vork It that fair u MU heir and pa M to 1 LH ui improve that
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