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Racine Weekly Advocate (Newspaper) - October 11, 1865, Racine, Wisconsin COMPANY Office Sfo S Milwaukee 50 oil I Font Office VOL NO 41 TbU Compa of SuLo of d by to the which of two ether mill Midi ire on Mill ait Joyful 1 illil lu of o mill t look tnly for one mil from Mill ruo mile nil of mi V uf ll room for one pul M I ftr Hi oil of for oa of chew W over Oil ou Iht Tin sli nil lovInK I v wult my i my Ami All my Ami l For I know lint A our inning only I I tee Im True null Ami niv To Where 1 mj Anil 1 But iho of iny In the only I of Hie ihu I s in a lid on the Sunday at breakfast the received a letter which told us in list be ll tit-bit nuclei she are exactly lo in u country of willil u the oil Till i tht lull loCAted property The that there hud come into parish a new very line man who t school had nf in Greek or in boxing who at tin university won honors for his classics am silver cups for his boating was be earliest work of an hud a plan an were in the IUK 1 nail have ml offer no or vlie UVen by bone Uile the of JOHN J JOHN Vice E U CHAVIS J A GtO COWUS i Tilt price of the Ill cent Hie April J particulars cm Hit oil li by cj Jt i Hie pro Two July 20th but u few monuments in the rounds bearing names known tu the One monument at- me bearing a name which had a dozen ago a painful no- It is a structure of bizarre appearance The body ol it is composed of small rough Mucks of blc relieved by what is plants a snakes or it may bo head projecting between two of the ragged stones the top of this rises a cross six or seven feet in height A plain tablet on of the block the tion mv On the site side is the t in Arkansas Sept aOth in his year This Scriptural excerpt closes tho world to eternal In tne This Mat r Ward is person w ho L will I in that his zeal was without j wisdom at any rate One of bis j first was tu school in I part parish and yot the room i for But all the drunkards against j proceedings Thuy would nm alter j him and md other missiles vain liu adopted the in in tho I the stury a -in the of the i mail entrance of the hamlet just t in the arose and the j ill tin he thus in a linn which commanded I heir My fellows I j have borne this patiently for some time i i Miit i io and I'll killed Professor Butler in the school he was teaching iii this city ancUn presence of his on 1858 Tim horror the event the loop popular interest it excited and tht especially ranking with the causes of the country will it in the memory of multitudes us occurring yesterday At the North ninety-nine hundred the act as and short u it But wealth social position and iu of section and ed sympathy with such emi nent Gov J Critten den and Tom yet the wretched wreck which strong drinK made tu get iii felon free He left Louisville or rathe never after the trial came brave tlie indignant he aroused lie in Arkansas ami there before was shot down a party f diers who Iron liis were tu have for an enemy Li Comity resides an old Born and bred a be was long since read out of meeting ju of liis ius but he still pertinaciously clings he plain elo'.lu'S'iind plain language oi ns early as a tlie he is by liis and has always the dog in neighborhood the steers md is continually in hot water with bu his neighbors in consequence ol the committed by unruly vc A few weeks Van h's Menagerie travelling obliged to his residence A before daylight Nash of the elephant us was passing over the road with liis elephant discovered this seated upon a fence upon the u bull which he turned out upon which was pawing bellowing and throwing up a tremendous dust In from the fury of the animal's one readily have taken him for-one of the identical that butted locomotive oil a Take that bull out of th way shouted Nash as lie Proceed with elephant was I In reply von dulft take that Lull away lie It is for me that fied your a woman iid eyes We ire about me me me my And with all y there's mine Now when do you this your will go ti Squire settled L do to I hat oi dis- tress friend on IM stud the of and support my turn over -I new leaf in But not in this hi in my at 1111 i dirty 1 will think J not so as Mint to 1 wanla 1 am willing to be tress 1 will talc yon home ami introduce you us my own dear sealed and it me to say I von for your beauty en- ilus is ot my Hie will Iw long and but his like though why tins straightforward prosaic is now do it mm in your own way Choose your and we'll tight it out If 1 company up you know They looked ai him but ing liis i in your Them lians heads together and then a and stripped poet not so easy to explain 1 it the latter or rather is the same tiling un retribution with which the Omniscient often the ty of ami overthrow who have long ex- in impunity ment st Not rods from the Ward tauds a simple unadorned marble hus interest even than belonging to tlie one 11 i i i iust noticed boars on The u four sides or I feel strongly impelled to copy and which 1 here trans- cribe thinking them Ou one side is William Butler born in a died at SAFE miE AND MARINE RISKS TAKES ON ALL BY EL DAP SMITH burly siant stepped forth n j a furious dash it his reverend I challenger who parried the i skillful blows and played with them tor a lew seconds But a fist was ed in the peasant's chest ami he lay at full on tne ground Quickly -2 On ond side arc these He leil will get an- the bull redoubled Ins belligerent demonstrations the but proceed with retorted bis willi at prospect oi an ohl fellow having rent in the invincibility his bull which was really the terror ol the whole around Snib along with Ins un- couth shambling gait lite bull lowered head and mace c directly elephant Old without even pausing in his march gave his catcher a sweep the bull on side crushing in his ribs with his mous tusks and then raised him about thirty in air Hie bull upon as lie down breaking his i eck and killing him instantly vour bull has bent neck a shouted Nash us he passed ou Bent the old with a troubled at Ids defunct bull thy is too for my bu will not so out ol the operation as supposes 1 was Hike my family to show ce ihy tu Waxes 1 no one step and now witb elephant and bo the i be- ini ridded iis Shavey tool u second proportions of the stalwart him on lake rs io of of hit It will be years a after careful discovered a flowed and ebbed as the ocean but hardly perceptible to the casual ob- server The in to confirm Lake Erie to 1.817 than the of Luke Erie and flow that date to tiie I MIL tive there other do make the waters ol the hike ebb und Iii ot on a I put into Point 1 noticed the water hastened to deep water but did and in a few minutes walked on dry ground the water about two feet Tlie people ou said 1 need not be were tides the bay first settlement there and that the tide would soon be in again In about a couple of hours I resumed voyage They still How Albino Bay but r so high A very heavy place about the vol A very aiding tlie ordinary educational of the languages music arithmetic etc was exhibited re- London presence of eral ladies and gentlemen interested in the education Tlie name which given very efficient oi The constructed present to the endless succession of musical combinations or of gramatical or produced of the words or bars which have chang been previ usly and arranged you D- business ami sole control there can result They married ami a py never was prospered barns and gules were w Soap use cheap aud of excellent quality with trouble c believe that or 50 ol of is merely to take a box of this substance knock off the lid and it a gallon of boiling Afar standing bo dear must be thrown wash boiler with another wa- ter when the contents of the vessel boil lour pounds of any grease slowly poured in a thin stream and intimately mixed the boiler should simmer slowly for four or off another gallon of hot water may be added with half a ot according to a formula and then written upon the i'.ic'us of the little cubes of the is u contrivance which prevents the faces of the cubes in An lar movement variation word's bars rily results from each revolution of the machine on its axis A complete tence appears at the windows on each casion and rest of the words or the bars are excluded from sight The working of- the machine fies the process whereby children taken foreign idiomatic It the works mechanically in colloquial salt The latter is not necessary ever is pos in soap is curdled or made short so that it the is to be done plunge a knife in if the mass drops ropy and it is soap and will be firm and hard Have ready a welt wet on the bottom and sides pour the soap in and let it horns it will will be as white as snow process makes pounds of or cif grease four pounds lye one pound twenty-four pounds of water Jess two quarts driven off in boiling one gallon eight pounds nearly and ed into soap of excellent detersive Since the grease is saved erties last I Attainment of should judge about three feet had in relation to the idiomatic entered the load ul- thc machine was de- und smiled and like a grave a and still live respected from an girl's and courage of a Career is Army of goods boat Polly i my men pelling The day was calm clear and warm but in an m- stunt we were checked by a wa- ter out of the creek giving us into lake We however lines the spiles and checked her up Ihc -T d myself was thc with a number of barrels of salt to careen her and so fall of the creek that the boat was partly capsized and although there were several cankers or to save the salt which was lost in Should any of the men be still in who were at work on or no lined the tide Abigal a large open in io S am repairs ou thc margin of r l vised pounds o ts soap use it constantly for domestic purposes American p int gom but look An English -An is just now being discussed in si were not its f r Ly official an- the absolutely Our cers it the Cape between teen und years ago may be r 11 certain Dr to the medical staff and a reputation for considerable skill m Ins profession v for firmness de- rapidity in This had the army m cf course through the in the hike they would a favor by suiting the facts It is possible that the wind at a point up the bike might force a volume of wa- end of the hike but illustrate method set forth in Mr work on the ter of Language The beginner com- to memory two foreign sentences very perfectly The English tions are inserted into the machine and whenever it revolves a variation of the words appears at the windows The system requires that thc learner shall translating these variations until he shall have attained master ol them Then he may undertake another but he must them lesson in to prevent their escaping from his memory The sion sight of all words except those with which the learner is actually thc moment is it removes nil uncertainty and of retaining in the memory the latter words of a spoken sentence whilst he is employing that thc foreign words re- in Central purpose is in tinners o a thai region is proposed lo send lo to make known out only to farmers but 10 coal nnd iror and to n various br.iiicliea as well Jlr i of the uppe for want of space or scope would stronger wind than our lull io and at tins time we had a numerous commercial of small i on Lake Eric which must have met with disasters had such a it would also qu ired for the beginning have been the on the logbooks One of thc early stages ot the of tlie Buffalo harbor of and us a temporary to OFFICE AV TITUS HALL of company and Or NKW VOKK I CITY NEW VOllK street CO Or NEW IKS CO CITY OF SEW YORK l A decided and a Nav nay I'll set the hung fust ed ami like a brave Juan called out a nn yo ar tell to hear you Ana all followed him along the little iid writer and heard thc Word adding it remains to be seen will become of the fight What did become of I heard a lonr lime afterward that from that day men their hats and women and children looked awe en when met or passed linn tint the church and schools were tilled that ihc beer houses were nearly all shut up bereaved to show their preciation of his worth and their horror of his murder Thus the very marble grave of the victim of lawless violence utters ally became a sot ee ble woman without much the former peculiarity into play ly plain of feeble ill superior conversational powers his under the imperfection company was of squeaking voice Any u wife was 11 with regard of roused ire Lilt to the times of all blood ter is fitly the name given It is im impressive which SEW CITY CO AMERICAN INS CO the character but an only child was re- verse thereby illustrating one those singular laws of nature the take after tho father in character and personal peculiarities und the males mother Mary was well aware ot more likely to heed nnd profit by than most that or teacher ud that a great moral and formation was in progress religious re- man had previously been the instrument of a like change in an zed parish I may add that years back he was deemed the fittest ol Peter Bayne writes from England the Christian to Reflector of Boston 1 The display of und ma that would inevitably follow her father's course and had used every ex- of persuasion and reason in power to him his but without avail bis resolutions and promises could not and he pursued his downward course till the poor girl despaired of reform and realized what the end must on and but that a gale hud taken the lake samo time he alleged that this was tlie disaster This wind a squall sweeping along shore for a time and then di- gini inland or else a gale or in the whole after point o a stand still and out like terial tlie United States ring the war has once and forever tilth is ra gigantic KIS CO SEW YOKK men the to go out as bishop to American nui not u be put down not to a scone ot great heathen country Dick result in John Dunn was a and m-e according to believes in exactly as they keeping them so at somebody's expense Dick has a milf down there ou the per Brandy wine makes the n market and has the widest range of custom of anv miller in tour Delaware COLUMBIAN INS CO CITY Of SEW YOKK mornin banned Into Dick's Sam Slather siii broken up sure to dangerous cultivating as a It was gull and the entire England to have the republic was able crush since the thin is done there think a general disposition that it was done courage and itable Tit was not m man im- pression calculated to Ly the victors from the moment when the the Eost possessed of a good educa as our New England boys arc their indomitable industry and on the farm ol a neighbor by the Mary on going on errand to the next house met him on with the usual Good Mr Dunn i i Good How to tell the truth sick at heart Pray what is the said through lungs he promoted to be- medical was to Malta There lie equally dis- by his skill and so developed upon f him was allowed lo be taken of his Ke proceeded from Malm to he was quartered years still nous for tiie same peculiarities our Government ceded tho It Greece and our young man from j Hurry elected 0 leave tlie take his stiee Mr George our L Turin has tbo of a company of v prowers and wine y in sue force fo r of a million of jn a ten Slates machine with two rows affords nn exercise for it thc are placed in one and the i the other aich will give an for practicing double iou will soon the rapidity and with works To write out the ations of the sentences on would je a very tedious to make written ces would be perplexing and TJie apparatus is a sort waiter from which the helps without bothering ered by a talking feature of the scheme is that it bars the beginner from attempting to taro a n Thc sentence must Our u especially A Xot Carolina and hilly parts of Soiu Alabama nrc to of grape und md with proper by the placers we may silk wmc their place Uic staples m few years lan be selected Irom ood education a lamp I never wa much injured by this our fa I gules wind and the about tlie -I hav supposed tha Hood of by one of these tides occurring a the time of the gale with it caused the great flow in Buffalo bay and It not seem possible that this gale could have caused such now of water it being but an dinary heavy fall gale not coming up in to some of our my position is I Had ale with the flood much mischief must have-been done on land not taking place is another evidence of the soundness of my theory do not deem for any gale of to force such a water from and so in bav and flats by iose given lit books or else received from ft nativ No however learned he uc ran make au idiomatic tongue until it and it is tempt it the Sept T We learn the lop u-c serious are only a few out of many and they all come to us authenticated U rate the loMi of dollar will result from ibis alone and the ov tuc Tins eat worthless dogs to be at it uny means cm cut of ten of il.csc and curs arc a nuisance to ul of no 10 community a We are nty a old it is very of as they arc carefully better dog law not sufficiently of lo hu knows something very irrational to at- paratus a novel application u the rest uf his lie dim about a death to be a Very probably this discovery wiis preparations for interment but there be an idea either verbally during the last Illness or by some alter bis use the had begged of any sort most aroused the of meal to Dick this Good Dick Nine oi mo PER PROFITS my office for of NEW FIRE COMPANY or 0 SO D J EW t C S that not to look in history Meal us usual Sam I now is it Pretty Blast it What do you charge Don't at war Oh How docs it go bags some times in tin pans at- iu reality but I sell it as low as do down in the village you understand Not in your way I'll be cussed heres a five hundred A hundred what Sam 3 can't 1 the to it is a subject 1 cannot explain to But you thought I even distantly merciful self of the United States the close of in which they endured the In what other instance of full v resisted not fol lowed in the rear of the the 1 have sometimes might Any thing that 1 can do for Watts freely command That is more than you ofthe and flow Most of the summer of wind space in- iiv causing the other sections of the the South shore the North wind it 5 to breezes er pom which largo sections o country generally a course witl and adverse currents of wind -a form sentence at the Measure of the operator was aptly the piano forte A number of upon each of the sides of which bar which reai into a regular or melody placed 111 the and varied at pleasure by ng the handle the same arrangement or recurring as thc same of pattern and d color m the following curious stovy appea -A fe days tine's National Government ai with a from Stockholm On to commissioner in the I rua capital the latter informed him tli: two Russian had in had the ou Ji o bo out of the cost ol them made so cnn w usvo If they at of injury w others bey ave a luxury worth roundly for e privilege if o bave right to shoot down every dog from owners premises or presence to the country Iron the hv depredations of thievish Md should be wrested do-s is e Kill tho dogs md that ire com- on tho Portage Canal and it confidently anticipated will through by Uie of November of Lake as our readers are generally ware is fi ake Superior cutting oint ia two much Sturgeon Bay cuts ott let of La almost ia of Green Bay Tt is navigable for all to Point nnd when ii mndo t narrow neck of miles of sailing will be rather navigation ar around the h part of which will be only 10 be 131 feet in depth de di nly the canal h for all Tlic ie Western end will be of crib J work an LO iv ijn to revenge themselves stone ami of their of r willing to But to break tne ice at do you want a an A don't Do you want way I don't you may think mebold and that maidenly modesty be- my the 1 1 Xvouia be iny you of the A tlic Would ro a a Lft t miri which re- ression of the Indian immediately proud American -1 imbued in the of buy a how a hundred weight five and this ive me T a mean it- assent and on tie tell catch the tone powerful for the American the large but said my Lam are am a almost Let mo explain You of my father His habits are fixed beyond amendment his like the dew before the of harpies misery nare us in equally a doubt brought to light that mil in question had at or other been ft mother This is lus yet extraordinary story The motives when this singular are Bu: thus it man the British fought one and had sought many more had pursued a and had most a i celebrity a- surgical supposed JAMES SUDAN Sr religious a few weeks ago tl t gors it is you habits and habits i- the care and prudence The long j 1 Vnt nf lo measure From statement by formerly of SU Edmund Hall gitl or the following of An institution Ihc title Association lion of the Unity of- in a bond of of the clergy become black of trary of Neptunian ori origin ono only 01 and would only I on the prevent it same ime not to betray in question began search all over the own for the and last alter andering about met ne of them cab followed liin to the Russian Embassy where alighted and asked the porter when the Duke was The porter at 10 then turned away and was about he was of tlie Poles who thus addressed him have served in- Polish to murder the Grand with Polish Commissioner have you arrested by sian a- man of 27 allowed him.self to bi taken Greek it is said thu di- for their healing union of thone three cUim for of t pric bood tho any rightly or we for of The names kept that p pse and a x shooter him -A quart er of with brother of the Ambassador his life to his of ene ake is a of is an work for lor region and indirectly for the It t in good and energetic Hands The ni arc the officers J b 0 Tl X AVEHY C f Sew UAXSOM ndJ M Advocate e i'D Si floater -on this us over one hundred men at work and two miles of done liis He would ho get laborers owing lo the less of the season of men other Mr Morns the Before the opening of spring ber rapidly if it cannot be obtained it home Tlie construction of the will require l large of for years to come An field is m a good ScotL by nrc ere of the will H All
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