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Monroe Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1860, Monroe, Wisconsin VOLUME GREEN CO. FEB. 15, 1860. THE MONROE t E s s E 3. Itis ilie of medical to oT Ilu experience of twenty years Ms ing attention him iv of confluence and He can found at liis Christian and vrill PE. the Year lt IQ Ine o in secure to MAKE ONE 'm for four -e is rumor the o charges J. A. Ui so. llu customers in 1 accommodate is all very well to sny siri to conceal the slate from the but if I didn't see that maiv writing on turned and may I never see my home j it to 1dm again side nod family wriling on it should be there took it the slate Then And the God he Is that your say that is your said need not at you write the me TEAR BUSINESS H. hem ivy so to do all n of 0. SO i1 to end t at his r Ii B Ki- I oi e c- a- r r ol iVe Chu 3? in ihe J. 51. t 11. left i OTTO House 0 executed in known Shop opposite Monet Sb A nil 10 i 0-- asii No can ia 3'n-e eyes e erery sure enough Bruce Tho mate took the and there legible stood the TO you been trifling with added the in a stern niy word as a as a j My mate here says sit replied know no more ting at this desk at noon of th's matter than yon I have The captain of the and the told you the exact passenger looked at each ex- Tlic captain sat down fit his changing glances of intelligence and the slate before in deep i and the former this said the captain turning i the slate The man at one then at the quite At is the meaning of said only one of Who wrote the more than 1 tell The year 1860 consists of 300 brie day being ed to the shortest will therefore days this is claimed by the privilege which belongs to the at all other the I Gallery of Fine i of i Da Vasso his hopeless H. Green comity i ia e 1 Superior to Anything Ever before 1 e i V i A made on I; i iio the smallest loci The A Omen's I ivill IQ for sn n 01 j CENTS Inm to lake likenesses in the most to my i ia all for past favors I remain J. 0. in lit eastern II A K T R D Mr. Robert originally de- from some branch of tho j family of was in humble about the close of the hist at in the south of and there bred up in a about thirty years of j in the 1828. he was first mate of a trading between Liverpool St. New On due of her voyages bound being then senna five or weeks At taming the slate over and pushing it towards ho to thc The mate and the narrowly comparing the two go and toll the second mate to comedown lie at the Captain's re- lie also wrote the same So did the in did every mar. of ths who could write at But not one of the ous hands in any the mysterious the crow the cap- tain sat in deep any one have been stowed at last lie ship must ba searched and if I don't find the fellow he must be a good hand at Order up fill livery nook and corner of tlie from to was ly and that with all the erness of excited curiosity for the re- port had gone out that a stranger had shown himself ou but not a while iii pur Methodist fall the year but in Leap Year it will would storm fallen being thus two of I latur in the instead of It pre- living soul beyond the crew and officers was the cabin their Did you dream that you wrote not that I speak of said the captain of the was this gentleman about at noon to-day rejoined the whole thing is most mysterious and and I had intended to i to yoa about it as sunn as got a little the being much fell into a. heavy or what seemed some time before an boar or mere he awoke and said to we shall be relieved this very When I asked him what reason lie had for saving so. he replied that he was on board a that she was ins to He described her and tu our utter s- 1 when your vessel hove in slie corresponded exactly to his description of We had not put much faith ia what he said still we hoped there be thing in for drowning you will catch at As it turned cannot doubt that it was the Leap Year occurs and so called because it one day more than any ordinary Pur in mas day or day fall the I1 1: is also Latin and that of of responding to of was reckoned twice year uy the intercalation of a 'The necessity for leap year arises fact that solar not respond exactly civil ending exactly with but with a a If it were not for mont in course of come in and the fourth would come in the depth of The true of white and had so. for and on have and to Jo. The Enquirer say 6 it was in three before Douglas launched his for Slave that Senator was about -i for the ishment of like John invasion of Douglas fully ad vised He was aware that 'the would go straight to the Judiciary and would there be put in the shape in which a the Semite choose to have it Therefore las seized an hour two before Bigler had arranged to put his measure before to thrust in his The point i i- f. upon the and a young mail of to a little years The woman was and liec a mongrel from the fair quadroon these all your children she has a husband 1" re- takes for the to make one lution around the sun. which once had one mined by its coming back to the same point iir the zodiac from start said and and this is accomplished in 365 years -I sold clays and nearly six hours the .no must no about is one regular little to one almost in some r. said the by an so to i the devil do you make of I saw you sec iho must be something in it would seem so. We have ill at we might bo To Him be all thanks for his goodness to the man is not a the There and the eastern tlie and I a great mind j other tiie filing on the it come there as it ed your I was tiie considerably south o these six hours are and in years they a whole one is added to the making what is called tho er not strictly for it is. calculations a solar year is exactly 865 5 in putting on six add 11 12.3 in four This .in the course of 158 1-2 amount to twenty four hours plete year tho of which is divisible by four the which is the remainder is Leap last year of each which is the f west j only when divisible by hundred without a I B. T. C. OT C C ilo S. BOWERS D at 1900. will a Roman year originally bad but is. of the i the short airway Immediately to it. ran f Office to to 1 Office Notary Courts of CASH Pres. A T continues to insure port their property ov by lire on equitably and promptly W. to just beyond a small square was the mate's rucin and from that landing were twu doors dose to each the one afc into the the other the into the 1 T ha the room was in the part oi cluse to the so that one sitting at it over his could look Tlic ia h as the mate rose a look out and lot it his iU as he ex- ihe the Of I oil i J. t as Mr. G. A. in the practice for tlie I 10 at of Monroe 10 J. S. IB BO ho called out Can j and so and so. that be How is no he repeated his i er his be a hand you can depend His orders were About 8 the reported an be- bera nearly shortly what he thought a vessel of some kind j here on close to it. As they thc captain's glass disclosed tiie that it was a apparently to the ice. and with a good many on it. they hove and oot tho to ilia of ihe Ir. proved to bo fi vessel Q 13-' bound to with on She got en- in the and finally and had several weeks in a. most critical She was her decks fact a mere all her and almost all her water whatever of dning so. I got the that the bark 1 in my dream was coming to rescue but how impression came 1 cannot There is another very strange thing about he board seems to me quite yet I am very sure 1 never was in your vessel It is all a puzzle to me. did your matu Mr. Bruce to them all the circumstances de- The they finally i arrived at that it was a special j of Providence to save them from what seemed a The above narrative was to me by Captain J. S. of the schooner Julia who had it directly from Mr. Bruce They sailed Together for 18 as may be seen in the of the name March was the month of the year in of Ro- aud December was But who knew omy added January and The Egyptians were the first who Her crew and passengers in the year 1S30 and so that Cap- j and as ho the cap- j cn hopes of being and tain Clarke had the story the Lisy writing on his Still their fur tho unexpected to the real which they made to consist of 300 afterwards added 5 as was done by one ot the seven men of the Ro- and had different d which the is also different in but in. all it U in great The Jewish historical commences with the moon near the vernal equinox and the civil year with the new the edans on the sun enters the is. said one shu's had by her black but this white girl she had by a white I let her out while at a said 1, arid you feel the was the of and added with a meaning oie money the Ky. reason why children they are care of. the ot with ed with sloshed with in hot steamed in permitted to breathe a breath of pure air irr and once -or twice the epic only the nose is permitted to peer into A they are sent out clothing at all on the most need Bare bare bare and girted inverted um- brella to collect arid chill the of A stout man goes out in a cold day and double-soled with cork between and rubbers The a child of three years air infant iii Mesh and blood goes out thin as cotton legs uncovered .to the neck an exposure that the and the an the is that there was no emergency calling tor haste which Mrt in. lighting and flourishing new He acted iii sheer wantonness of was bad proposing to enact a of the crime of wholly from that by tho Constitution of United Vet it not seek to opinions or It did not assume a legal sequenca from a set of and prevalent to an for suppress all the the country and send teachers to the be- cause one of pupils might grow upr to be a No only looked out for the tiie real It was reserved for to announce a plan a and a half of peaceable for a crime com- by seventeen white men and five Here is proposition 1 be that 'the time has not yet arrived for such t. cannot with truth the case will be re- or is not in dang of necessary inquire the cause produced tha Harper's Ferry ascertain whether are yet active and then can determine whether there is any ground for prehension that that i will be were the which llii stopping to dence in hesitation in niy firm conviction that the Ferry crime Me resale of Will in be in ali AT- all 11. VAN Office and residence at tlie Particular i. tiie of io the Car fuc A Can's of Wood lie In CO. V having been appointed for eU to take risks ov of E 7JP lo Co. to all lie who have bud and will setts Surgeon LARGE STOCK OP from the and em anu i Green Wis. If I I- S O X E L UNITED LCT Jefferson Monro HiU Wen recently express ut may the claims of their no I 'n public j aVd all be at Very see their It he our in ihe faiure in of or roe nnd P -e ive A. This House has refilled and furnished anew in de- will always be well with a vein every All kinds Produce in Exchange for Remember tlie ALBERT popular house is nd open lo the Tii the wl uf and obliging 22 J. A. 1. L. and in tr. other In- t paid hours 8 a.m. jun. to 4 gg Hair Dressing Rooms west side Wic square in An of aud Hair 1-1 SPA East side Public work of all kinds executed latest to order upon Vic 52 jr. and Office atthe Wis. 18 C. Carriage Paper Hanger and all kinds of p Shoji over 40 IS CH ESTER MISS M. M. COMBS K ES tins met hod of the at nhe from she hits been the Great National und ft splendid of MILLINERY Consisting of and Dress Caps For the old nnd oilier tilings in her line of She 1ms also for of ami To of she would invite your K. B. Our stock is nil tiie latest pattern we you to examine before purchasing no old stock to show wiv therefore feel confident that we bothin Style and one East of sMe 21st, 1S59. no ha as tho cabin the figure he had lor raised its head and disclosed to the astonished mate the features of nn entire ger. was no coward rts he met that gaze looking at him in nnd sured that it was no one who he had overseen it was too much for him and instead of stopping to tion the seeming he rushed upon deck in such evident alarm that at- Mr. the in the world is the ter with you Who is that at your dask V one that I Unow there there is a ger stranger you must be You must have seen the steward or the second Who else would venture down without orders 1" ho was silting in your nrm the witing on your Then he looked np full in my aud if ever I saw a man plainly and distinctly in this I saw I I and a man I had never seen iu tny life bou must he going Mr. A and we nearly weeks but then I saw down and see who it Bruce never was a believer in he if the truth must bo I'd rather not lace it 1 Go down at don't make a fool of self before the hope always found me willing to do what's changing color if it's all to I'd rather we should both go down The captain descended the and the mate Nobody in the cabin They examined cue was proportionally great As one of the men who hnd been brought away in the third boat that had reached the wreck was ascending ths ship's the mate catching a glimpse of his back in it was the very face he had three or four hours looking up at from the Captain's At he tried to persuade himself it might be fancy but the more he examined the man the more sure he became that he was Not only the but thc person and dress ex- As soon as the exhausted and famished passengers were cared for and the on her course the mate called the captain seems that was not a ghost I saw sir the man's do you mean 1 Who's one of the passengers we have saved is the man I saw on your slate at I would swear to it in my Mr. ed the gets more aud more Let us go and see this about eight years the He has since lost sight of and does not know whether -All he has heard of him since they wore shipmates that he continued to trade to New that he became master of the brig and that she was I asked Captain Clarke ho knew Bruce and what sort of a man he truthful and straightforward a he ever I met in all my We were as intimate as and two men can't be shut up for seventeen months in the same without getting to know whether can trust one another's word or He always spoke of the circumstances iu terms oi as of an incident that seemed to him nearer to and another I'd stake my upon it that he told no invalid fur A- d To harden them to a mode of which in the month answers our June the Chinese and with the now moon which to March the on the 23d at the doctrines aitd teachings of lican as explained and enforced hi their their partisan their pamphlets and and in the speeches of ers in mode of pre- serving peace is This al warfare The tion has given the and all we isk of. give the ind and is of several will examples of the as will strike the of the will be an end of this The un- the of. the eternal the institution of with view ot ultimata extinction throughout the I confess of the dure their country to William the Conqueror ned on the first day of occasion to the English to begin To accustom to exposure a dozen years later would thus and then lay it to the U. too We don't think has any hand in the presumption any in of THE FAT the opaque sits before the with in -a comes times an Tne 'n tiie of The to use to 1.) as fov ice id heve set 1509. Ine tlie foot oT Sii nml St. 3? -n They found him in conversation with the captain of the rescued They both came and in the warmest their for deliverance from a by exposure The captain replied that had but done what he was certain they would have done for him under the circum- and asked them both step down into the Then turning ram the official of ors at telli the in to the he not think 1 am with Not a soul to be found Mr. the not I tell you that you had been dreaming but I would be much obliged to you if you would write a few words on this And lie handed him the slate with that side up on which the mysterious writing was will do anything you replied the what shall his last official called at a grocery store one where liquor was also A couple of Irishmen came in while I there and called for some ani the first and the moment he drank the tears flowed while he at 'the same time caught his breath like due suffocated or could he says to his but Us to the drank and went through the same with the remark it be fine in a cold crow occasion to th their year on that in make it correspond most re- markable date in their Though the historical year began England on the festival of tho Circum- or the first day of on which day the and Italian year yet the civil or legal year did not commence till the day ut the nunciation of the the 25th: of The part of year between these terms was usually expressed jf give both these 1-7-4-3-9.-1 I But by the act altering civil year now begins 1st: of The old style the Julian method of by the calendar established in fourth-year con- sists 360 and the other years Julian arrangement as we have minutes and .in a too Pope Gregory calendar ten days 1583, in to die vernal same as at tlie A. Tirs act frosty they went tasked the landlord to me out a little in a in I dipped a slip of which was no sooner a scarlet I went mv instruments and it. I A few words are all I found it had 17 per write to the spirits by when it have the in of Groat Britain in 1751, by were icti and tho thud ned the fourteenth mo you The evidently puzzled to i had 40 per to be and the L daj This calka new such m ot the Pu it ins and oth i it tint tune that because m fiom the Popo denounced the and said eleven dijs ncio stolen fiom them M my to the pi esent 11 ne keep d ly 01 01 which festu il would was not Few Yuik A Democi itic paper in no a demons of that the wts rent with the of tin ee Aftet which we the bind phy difference in per centage lie motive for such a re- sulphuric red with a and -one of the I1 of j ed hooi make out the The captain took np the slate and saits Of mix One pint it closely j then stepping aside liquor would kill the strongest the most do least ate the uers of what their hands never with my convinces those guiltless vim f. annoying character I aie deprive of the of Al penetrate his and the of a place in the As see Weltering inj the boiling of. a 11.0- pit in tlie mus ty depths of a public 01 as thc butt of hm lying on the mv antig is ind I pi s him I should one w is blind BETTER YET The silt mine in Grind is turning out better thin wis it only gall of w fm 1 ot while best in Sj i only j a bu 44 P springs ire it the incl they hive been noted as the sti o woi Ued i Our fi lends it the may congratulate seU es on h ing the best beds and the spi in the Tin 101. press tins Mr. Douglas is truly an original in So is his to his ad- of that we lind them indulging in the following mild him was any could take Mr. Douglas ly the arm and walk him into and to hint in a et but decisive dene enough day for a regiment of ihee must be- thy self iii private to contrition thy it would be happy the and Christians is clearer justice demand such this great Wo have looked gle defense tions we quoted from The the first political in the ihe but it lias studiously refrained from commending its sentiments from that and two or Duuglas it as ona of them can be induced to particular of the a inquest oil his own and while did retract an iota his devilish ior out of opinion ind he tully omitted repeating them On Mi of h denounced ind the tendered by lepi esent Uive of x fiee State to ths slave power It was a sorry d ly when Mr D pro hij stive code thi white told the in c thit young nun had committed by his hi nis up in i ind tlie was holding conquest his rer remember the 20th
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