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Racine Democrat, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1860, Racine, Wisconsin tnr Tl i Z C CO VOL V la Tit Co t I X UU V Hi p of Wit EVANS 1 A 1 M ii JAPANESE tc nJ 301 ULK STONE i Withered muse tho oh to my heart in AnA i trco mid p up r yo For childhood Us key of s tlint Tr Ui 0 0 here the jumped or three very ste IN _ST j IT t A of The heart never dm rough can never i Havs vc n mirror within I rend ul with iu j by the Crimson Kilh joy com hour the murmur of the flows on moonlight with its Lying in Ami Mill I aaw the Tlint tho of my The slow Live round me dealing 0 c huo of old forgotten unknown nii u of bl I in I l Ml my glow tune theW falling she agony of he's nd very good fiddlers She immediately calm looking up into with is 0 an it John's for As f rr spurt 1 Incident ot n party nft of 0 if the r lucking on m contest favor of thf two result v l tint Stic from where commenced but up getting impatient tos for to receive bar share of the bus my body and pointer thru my n feeling that with u f my the v whu Tiie vri deail A ff r a ll llf but -A Widow mill of the most slid hilly that ever mortal i I in of what I to be the Jt was a the foot of with n oak in front of it I saw some sitting under the tree and as 1 1 discovered it was a with her face buried in and violently As suon as 1 reached I her what iu the following words I Oo nut wish to be 1 u 11 w t a r First four plates o is two of beer two Germans five plates ol kraut plates two pounds and 0 glasses lager of two 2 acu her o Miw Lucy CM 4 kraut 2 had n c switzer kase aud 4 from tho worked iu the fifth Story and a few before the fell wUv a to their an they were precipitated among tlie timbers and described the noise like that ol heavy thunder Viola was thrown sourt her sister among tho of and as won as could collect her scattered lie crawled out without aid Her cue incan and to our confidently in of Sue's After explaining Sue meant to kis them at each end of the nowhere we order our devil to kick him out and forbid him ever again to enter our presence The a pint of f too among tho place for one pii nd beans each 1 plate two cs beer Germans 1 plute krout each any quantity of and the Yankees and the L- t had seen Washington Tie said there io was there to participate in iic My continued Mr Irving pood woman of makes the the lowing In view of existing and ala which is s t he eisn was given in for me to and ed up in past H r did not her bo the next am but I Ice l some Concern to know what ia matter with oh me i hoo boo j My dear madam what is tne C5 she was j gh k k u hor of distress while a croup of or seven children began to from the neighboring bushes and her close about her cried I in the name o good tell me what oui tu the rescuers who wore prompt on the spot were Is my sister alive No could be given to the half pirl some hou s rains to orV sited and was finally obliged to leave the with almost a certainty that her sUter must have near Ann was rescued from she had been m the danger of burned to have been carried some heavy timber aud flooring un- der some machinery and wan in a dungeon feet had lost her father and poor ways her mother was Her sweet temper f nd her winning her manj_friends ing her ainer DECORATOR N K S found SEYM O H It T goo te me p 1 she raising D Latest Peers and A T eye's with weeping b 1 J baud and she relapsed into her lit Commission Merc of I was truly by the i poor woman's and though a poor r inner myself I could refrain rom of- her some My dear madam do not give up to dis- has to be to the widow and a father to the wnnlfin COP For some time she remained a blow on the head an irun Wt and when ahe began to realize bei awful she made what effort she could to extricate it was for several death stared her in the face M length a man over that part i of the with a lantern She vent up til a wild Save save me The unn replied that impossible Ho could not remove the he passed on -1 he lantern ho carried was watched by the f I tho most emotion till it IJl l J an excellent ludy Miss of Nellie's bright face peeping in at the brought a peculiar over Miss V f yea would poor Nellie I When Nellie shook her with a hea t loo happy to her fnend would slill more fondly then say Poor little Nellie The child's heart seemed troubled i nnd daV Lilt ULJ however did not her So day while walking in she pied him in a shop she my hand in Her bland i Scotch your here an bairn that's called after turned his my head and me his added Irving earnestly I have reason to believe has me through life I was but live yet I cun feel that hand even cow Once is about to visit States An opulent French gentleman time since society and imperiling the integrity of the Union Is it not a- moment of the of invoking the ot he United States now living to meet other in counsel and prepare an ES may prha y of that which it were o He who to in any inode who the of In o IA there be at least one tne wor Affection and o let ou thcr in counsel and prepare an W their country in suet J iu OUK to them to serve the great end restoring a Van Tyler liard and Franklin Pierce TEN THOUSAND is A nP IV n liked c e liSUl in 1 roun the widow which made the he thus replied t I SWARMS you nnd ne o- KEs from reliable authority jy I between the the following of remarkable bees in this ni Deemed troubled by An I'S I I've proceed to the of the Cheer up my woman with tno r disappeared aud then the blackness of ocean to settle upon her Thou terrible cry nnd a of hot air swept the were she was confined bhe seized a piece of iron and resolved her own life than bo Brought to ihi Ka Conn JAMES T FIRE INSURANCE CO 150.000 the v ui be dark but the will it You have to your children but Heaven 1 cut sport fur easy mom bo Jiy husband an I has no doubt be d but I want a real live one nU Juhn was afore he bad likened to this speech was something so eiy and original in its ridiculous that could not help laughing at the mourner As won 1.3 possible 1 recovered and I my tactics I wid f that's all for Heaven's don't give anj trouble There are plenty of men in tho you can get another I mout git another stranger But jceture was called Z five stout fellows wurk above verv her and hope revived her heart of thorough strong men ed like and the ght f their lanterns down uyo U p son of death like the light of seventh heaven For two hours they with in energy which cue give and she just iii time to save her from the ing is correspondent of the Free ine from under date o January last bv one of the most disastrous fires hint was e known to take place here The large twenty-five little said her A Ah long I was what little ono already treasure hor A southern paper tlie following of lecturing pays A speculator hired one street ter saloon fcr fill dollars a month nnd agreed to pay his expenses to lecture He hired a person to writs the the darkey started on his tour himself an escaped lll 11 nr wild She was to own time in her and fix her own price At first she dee nod to the preposition but ar- it over in her own mind and reflecting what an original and splendid she could make she has accepted the offer and over in the to the Y Corr Press hives of bees for which he -paid ei hundred dollars those eighteen hives he bod one hundred and one swarms he has of the swarms hundred each thus He still has on baud until by ho of land can CBn hate o If WQ in a New Hampshire pulpit having with great eloquence urged f r n nn N n singular freak of nature con- four legs and two tails legs occupy u i ii ulit to abstain on all labor inuy But if the pretty singing birds are preferred to u I Brown and lie lectured at iroin un pursuits and to attend church in the fore- licon concluded witb this touching any of the brethren are at leisure in the afternoon I should be pleased to Vinnan I intend total of verv n rk ns Johnson Uis receipts es all four to batten her speed The two tails po off in different like the forks of the letter Y but unfortunately i rtf tO IP worms and bugs why then they get nd of or punish the boys nd hurt the cne and cause the or to increase and They will even take particular 19 out up boxes snd houses for wrens and sparrows and the like to live in nd to f winter is tli 9 feed those who stay mi j Ho next lectured at Orange receipts one hundred and sixty re to 50 on to Morristown Newton 1.1 nd splendid new brick mill bv was entirely destroyed The tiro took from the water could be was in block recently i sharp Barnes Topping aud tour York Very likely durin the excitement the negro wiU a week clear It s a of conversation at Downing s If Vou end off your free negroes from Orleans they can pick up an awful Amount of money North as Lecturers if they are good looking nnd can Rapids Jnn 24 A fire broke out last in Taylor i most durable of known wood ash is the nest so Posts of fed cedat have been found in a good state of -er- in the irk ns i orUS Ol j fi out KSSKfiSsrUai U 11111.1 iivi 11 proud of her extra appendages from a Lone Island by a of this city for the sum -o twenty Y THAT YOU When young first came up to town his father told him if would be helped to dinner to say to the host that if you please that at tho first to winch he Us invited n sucking pig was one nf tho rich av ty offices witb adjoining wooden nnd contents were nearly con- lume But few county Loss insurance who had blistered TOOLS FUOM RUST Farmer should take care in this morning Morns sad at its when not in use ea ii dishes The host pointing witb his knife to the young porker ell Mr you have thu our launch of Upon which i be replied Half iy iu 1 whn not in The compound is excellent to all implements h- tion present able to PO lively mis IMS The following are Son Dry insured ds of brd and Hardware Stoves Tin Ware UTENSILS OW was there remarkable about him If ho was uncommonly likely arc plenty of handsome men left in It he was an extraordinary i 1 know of in Was bo good kind and are Such on WM be a man of extraordinary intellect wisdom or genius upon it there Tro equal to Depend upon it that no matter what extra gift be ivc possessed with patience and may find another to the f fill v coTers low W H Bradley clot nng ck nearly G Collins Lyons saved Northern books and papers saved no G W D Andrews of no insurance nothing saved Goff Dentists no ancc Barnes Allen Alt law a few books saved U Patchen attorneys at law lost cvt thin co insurance Mr Rencar f 1 J in a basin or uuu or steel in danger of being rusted I can be put on with a brush or piece O 1 j is it moat s ss n aved v nir and moisture aw books and papers saved no in- keep air a wfc feni An LI oy of buots 1 shall never get them on I have worn them a day or A pedagogue was about n for having wus a fool the boy cried out won t call you never ey life that in when and can be subdued in no other way their masters have got to threatening to set them free and send them north to make their living among he A nigger -in a case rarely if ever to succumb fellow being brought to the bar time ago to answer for a tor nils lasting a number of yean December and the bark taken off June after will kst fifteen or twenty It wood wben and easy to be fence Very rich men Imre been wise men have been poor great conqueror subdued great conquerors havo been nonplussed God and poor meu have been happy entered a at ft and of course prevents rust n nr forks or other household articles remembrance T rri I The portrait of John Brown setting in a red velvet chair holding a copy of the York an about the latter feature of the picture which none can The of that journal probably Uia time ngo to answer lor towards pushing him on from he eoold con- to crime and it is proper vict him Of both a thief and a the teacher should be held in h to prove this lion rou lire at one portion of our town and remold their stock into the Streets but were Anally We feel the loss more as the block was the The loss falls heavily on or forks or oter ou to become rusted or spotted are to be laid away rub them over with this and they will come out bright and clear von years afterward The nja be so thin as not to be perceived and U will still be effectual Let every one keep Aa it called aloud in ane 5 r Smith your house is on fire here upon a hundred and Jose and when he is Mr John Smith's then ten eat down ed and vict him 01 derer Upon being to prove this Why you ugly villain saia be you murdered v will sti be ten aaL wholo business far months or years s bag five or six hundred Collars in was Valentino does not spoil 01 ready mixed for months or years no should be Eos n is a tide and maybe ob- almost anywhere for four to six cents carried off and apparel not 1 posing Win H- Fry recently ladies arc so fond of foreign that they would import their babies if they abroad FOB milk cow boil nnd add halfpint of porter he off whey ounce the beat soap t tlf countenance it slow till it divide and take per tired What waa therea markable embedded in w sand under Tom on shore rot ucket it supposed to have washed the by In the such 84 a pair Common such -as a beautiful hying w the of thin county whose father had forbidden the of fa young out the other morning df doing down the man being asked what him so bald replied that the girls bud pulled his hair out by pulling linn in- windows to their windows etna v a 1 as a in waiting ent to Beaver where the tied returned while iso long milking The wwa PV Bilk iu dred and twenty-five Smiths FEMALE has been her head with her and wishes to be a angel when pain and anguish nnd all that sort of thine I hate to have you leave Look a and so much money now they hare n great many Jon t you take if the century I canons of the war tKe cannons T Mt WBS Slid UC said a doctor to an old maid you stand-in need of the sun and had them you GALLANT then my heartier till powder gone I'm a little lam and 111 start against having -a son and heir but I a husband first princes began church were destroyed that to enough a The little and the patter Of the summer rain are awong tho gat music in nature tt is a of bav not the vices of man yet it certtin that some of and all the com whose
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