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Republican Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1857, Columbus, Wisconsin i 60 to Any one lag Bending will be entitled to extra for one j ear or ft at the of the getter up ol from the f 9 YOL 3 COLUMBUS WIS TUESDAY MARCH 17 1357 FO 1 OF or lew 00 insertion 25 One column by the year Half column column For a lera time aud quantity of matter it will be charged by otherwise arranged Professional Cards nor year Yearly will havo the privilege of or amending their advertisements every six mouths without ouy extra charge BUSINESS DIRECTORY D Dealer in Maps and School of James aod 2 Book Binders AND BOOK MANUFACTURERS Pocket Book and Box Makers Books done promptly to order Wisconsin Thayer are the agente of this firmat Columbus All the of book binding may be to their care will be promptly attended to Attorney at aud the Land and Collecting of Fortage tin S SMITH Offers his to tbe citizens o Columbua and Vicinity over Hart Drake's Variety Store L to J A O Wholesale and Retail iu Books Stationery Paper Hangins 185 Water 34 I W AMD AT LAW Office m Block over Davies Axtell's Store Liw promptly to in eluding and 32 MOUNTAIN HOUSS The having leased the above delight fully situated occupied by jj rdaey Esq aud having renovated and aume in the most substantial add comfortable manner the patronage Se Attorneys Counselors at Law portage AU Law promptly to and alt pait of the State paid Mortgages foreclosed and Laud contested D T L aod ID Toomb Press and Paint and Custom Work gen Fall River July 31 It PHYSICIAN Office one door north of Cooper's Store Wia PUBLIC Office in the room of the Republican Journal and in HARD and DEY tot S and COLT'S pfs No How Wis jDr G M of Y la in rooms over Store A good supply of Dental Stock on J for thj convenience of country tore Brushes for sale ALL 44 Dealers in Tin Iron Copper Ware and in general Store opposite the Wis 39 II A WHITNEY Produce Dealer WIB Cash paid for oats corn and all kinds of AViTI W and Carnage on Luding CO Dry corner or and J Wie F IN Dried Fruit Si te Bauk MADISON V Free J A Cashier F ILSLEY J A ELLIS 8 direct on aU he principal in Britain France Ge many Holland 4 and Switzerland Id to ai the lowest rates of Chap in Shepard Co HAVE RECEIVED AT THE THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF Domestic AND DRY GOODS Groceries m from the T u The Forger and his Wife BY A RETIRED 4 Are you alone Mr The question was proposed by one who though only had Been a great deal of trouble As he entered my office I saw that his pale cheek was paler than usual that his hollow eyes were more hollow than ever before He was tlie sen of opulent doing business on the wharf It has been said that money 13 tlie root of all evil I feel disposed to change the maxim so that it shall h the root of all and if I had space I think 1 conld prove to the satisfaction of court ami jury that the change would be a judicious one it was the root of a prodigious evil in tha story I am about to tell Henry ton the pale man whom I was the second son and I thrust him into tlie place where I kept my coal and old lumber I admitted Mr will sir I said he It be signed at once You aic excited I mildly as 1 took thp will from mv drawer and he added an oath which 1 will not i I-e villian The aod ho paced tho room like a man Be cairn sir Calm 1 Can 1 be when my 1 disown and he paused unable m his rage to articulate the foul sir Try to calm you will by this no- I lle forged Stolen my money to upon tK harlot who has dishonored They we ever spoke his God with upon his son h s lips He had bunt a blood 1 the Amos Dayton nto the Two p n 115 a costly it's that has to bo paid tot ou see I to nod to fair log it w ith an buttons fi 3 how together eight shilling Now I'm live and duty of the shu continued inent of the States to secure to ble tor it takes IH you know to fir inhabitant the fiee and independent and together a diesi as a costly of his opinion by his vote Jbt be vod Tins being nothing can be fairer than to loavo the of a to their own for subject only to the constitution low j of the United States low how The w hole question thus up it to about upon tho principle of popular or the shops matching tho buttons to as ancient aa free eminent itself everything of a practical and Then hen other iti low count the could not Urn but I tu that there were tueho f tin foi and it a Philadelphia to J this to any il notion resumed 0 eigny i as ancent aa roa of a practical 1 no t her question for all l i that under the in the ilc H tht reach an hm m h i- foi 1 he 1 2 V W th t and are imon the he cipo called but the proud merchant strangled by the gushing lire blood out 1 n hey leached him 1 called from his hiding w or the Dayton He had at Cambridge at twenty one without much distinction it is tiue but he was intended for the tile profession wheio and try be more available capital than the i of science and philosophy He was a good fellow with a warm and e the UMH hm heart He had no consequently he aPd alW the was not popular with the bloods a- J f to bout town He had not much force of Q succeeded in acter as the this term i though he was mm in us adherence a upon tnat proud man and careful in the Hig hate been the of his duties to himself and Ins least this was his chancier when his father received him into Irs and when he fell from ii it was th it k e es Then she !.Ui_rhed e on men Why deai it's 1 and whit's H thi reach of any human that of the respective Status u U May wo not then hope th u tiie ablation of this sub- ject ii end and that to which it birth so much ly the Father of his liy become Moat siil t hippy it be foi tho country when tho this and practical Ann her bo 1 this thus not only Then she to a modification of the Tariff and this has been accomplished in such a ner to do as little injury as may have been practicable to our manufacture necessary for tho defence of the Any discrimination against any lar branch for the of benefiting corporations or interests would havo been to the rest of tha and with that spirit of and oqu dity which ought to eru in the a of n revenue tariff But tho squandering of tha public money sinks into comparative insignificance aa a temptation to corruption when compared tbo squandering of the public lands No nation in the tide of time has ever been blest with NO rich and noble an aa we enjoy in the public landf In his trust whilst it may be wise to grant portions of them for the improvement oi the remainder yet we should not forget that it dinal policy to these lands as much tion to influence it on 19 agitation erd 01 more hnut tho whole pn of this anv after j mission for 111010 than twenty 3 oars our na well as ex- iles from wholes who may seek in i i this country to improve their condition and leal as you goo 1 to any human being it has been the iu enjoy tho of civil and religious Such emigrants have done much m nts in the hands of Omni p He wis homo lo lin crave tlie him and In whon he tell trom it it was by M he moie because he lacked force than became j by he desire to he of Eighteen ho mv i n the office on this occasion he had a nf penniless without a name h wou J in tins ot and vam show ul beell said she was the of nn D as L dond lhr who had aspired above her tion this is true or not T cannot say But I can say that she a ful woman that she was as and gentle at heait as she lovely in I knew her well and I have no hesitation in saying that she would have been an dee i n 111 e 1 tiie 1 But it on s ch in ton 1 that c v V tho such i hsh iouk s a the th it ie it All that 1 i VaK collar to match it and ill complete I could fui dumb not at no- tion but -U tlm utter li id th it el i-V 11 IV of 1 in 1 d in a1 id JL w it i n I in ii I it ftp in i 11 11 i i iiv v j i p il s ot n mir lions to si fur institution Tn that of ar 1 bin In no form ol whilst it been of no 1 to any it the 1 in aj of threat mils to the j to the slave to tlm It that ii ts alum and the people 1 mv the sister from each other and has very of the Union Mur has Uu r otn in a imU foi all iU in 1 and s of the True a The n but existed ami the public have jd au i aiv But qiu of is of r than anv ic il b shouM the aquation it in iv the Met tiers We shall promote the of the nmv states a hardy and independent race of honest and citizens but shall secure homes for 10 promt te tho growth and of tha country haw proved to bo faithful both in peace and war After becoming citizen are entitled under tho and laws to lo placed on p t where there ia t all auch ai f ink to a the defence of any e solemn oath th U our had ly come fiom but was I replied stepped Mis 61 into the room 4 What is the God be with ejaculated he ng himself into a May I lock the loot T he asked a moment after as he rose 1 Why lock the dooi You shall know and he turned the key I am put sued The officers are me The officers V Oh God he exclaimed dropping he chair again I have been tempted and have fallen I am to hear thai My heait bled for him for I knew Now modiste w ho h id tea lv without a A she made up a i c mi u it a- if w ru in il u e 1 t n lend FELLOW U thN 1 will i thi of nil nt of U an 1 wi I to of mv and tl J c i f L1 3 I St i In i ihn 1 ik the of oui t ill mn -s to c M etue U- and m a m inner :H to Immmiv ml the p opie of the Sf and point will be on lids Statu or Territory of the Union for- Wo at present a free invasion and Blinder tho Constitution Congress i MH it j i n i i such as the world never before power to declare war to and to ami tha 1 i This is conducted on railroads find c in il- on noli i for humbly n K 11 I'll bo i n nnd MI ins of tho ich bind North and the it had w ith ou A in I must to IM- out fuje it di the came in to the of tv o K inglor making and it II it so alter 1 the wife th it a which w fc u U sti v ing 1 cost two i inn al tho E t-t and tho of our Con ami ilic and to invasion Thus endowed in an amplo with tha tho corn duty ia required r J MV that United States shall protect each of Annihilate tiade arrest its them thu against invasion bv lines of How is it to afford this tion to California and oui the means of a military road if you lid match of the and all in i t t I 1 til Hi l U i that 1 to ib foi ih important and hi h Mill thuv an- in ink into the mv ju J t Ift when we ct on the ten ifie ild m would fiom disunion to of the to I i t tl I f North not pounds to mako it an i with tins fl i consoled S w hen I he ml the to t ike i to 1 that if no i an i th I J to th omey and mote than a year before I had j called to up this sat ol On various pretences I luid j vn tues and pi bun fiom it I a doubt aa to one bequest 1 Fit 1 but M irv foi and then difficulty of earning out to the man time to reconcile his hard parent I say I felt for him for his case was not ge to me aud I felt him the more now hat bad him tlie high estate of moral manhood In a he confessed that lie had foiled with his father's name for the suai of one 1 could have induced you to do such a I said mildly reproaching Why didn't you come to I would base lent you more than that 4 God bless you My wife was sick We were actually in want of some of the com- forts of life I tried to borrow but not But to see my poor and at such a time oh it was too Time pressed me my child was born last night in the of desperation I did the deed May God forgive 4 God will you Henry but j our father will not fl know it He pursues me even now I waa discovered to-day and only by jumping out of a hack window You can save me nut for my own sake but for the sake of my p and child He gasped for breath I never siw more terrible picture of than this man in the bloom of manhood In abont a the diess e-i ne horn ed down by guilt and sorrow What can I do for you V I had scarcely spoken the words before a violent hand was laid upon the door han U was a blue aflur in and Mis J mes clouil about the room u illy in it as slit it in Moated every n t i tii w Inch i1 1 d i j ie n 1 ID mil n n e e ti liKt MI el n I'll lit mv aiu of c We h n3 eat v p i- M t i 1 in wine i the of e t 7 excite m oi mi pot I nice but the people their %s ill I he temp -st one -in 1 to tin South to the not he t moie than to the 1 shall not not to a to because 1 feel an thar the kind uinoh our with wisdom to p toini ot by man will not 1 Ine the 1 union r H polish until U hhall have by in of and religious liberty till UU the wider lace of pattern t They have me 1 almost s the culprit Save me Mr Docket save There was a knocking at the and as my name failed I the of Henry's Do not fear Step into ami expatiating upon Tiie s which wero trim med with fi lace and for it out low on and dear Ann a I it fur stetl making an nil th U 1 h id and n 1 1 my 1 mentally Ah what n ate to a with a knack for Two days after the in Ms wife opened it fitst and 1 s iw her a very face ay thu lan eve over However she rallied and ded the to me 1 glanced over it stid 1 shilling for making a that only M iry Ann thera nuut be tuts take heri T 1 Oil 1 no my shi My i te you c two U to i take and trim aad thib is teen shillings But this dress cost only s lid I The of the my she plied smiling benevolently at my igno ranee h very to do the cost of m an 1 it calm voice of the i in the V an PI Oai own inti y f -o in 1 and if l luj of Im s- to 111 uf the in ij of the MU MI the I h uv a i n nent In n ts it foi that t rn to l he tion ot domestic si C n n to m to UIP Uie and Union the ing the fiee fiom r tint 01 even the of con H the a lie and that when this derived and tho lovo money usurped its although the forms remain foi J seamen tho moo has t-p financial condition is without Xo nation Ii i- The Dickens it h isn't Hush r 1 my playfully putting her Inn i over mv 8 n An 1 t th i bili 4 ove it n n 4 Herts saul she id the tha that is for end it aha co n n mjj 1 into any or State ior to it the mi to i1 e f people thereof p to foi in an emulate tin ii m Tli MI wav ct to C stion if the U a n e ms when thj cifKin-as ill be a i MS j St ite it be ith or th G p u tiie tune of their t A tent h m to l ne tune w be i Iu t tlie I 1 s qu tor Tins IN m it an t b 1 -N is nil to til it H no v pM 1 ll tl 1 b an i ti i fo decision m com with all I this may i i he though u Ins mv m hvidnil 3 in Deen in thi Tie TMU to It produces of and t int fiom loo largo a a i utoi ot and whose ingenuity I in lo obtain i lie pu i tv its d of oil d Icier of r 1.1 H TV o i li ill ie of tV t 1 1 whether of the United which and munitions of war may be iho to moot and the In of i war with ft power much than onr own wo no available access to tho Pacific coast bee lino such a power could closo tho louto tho of Central li is to conceive that thf has re- to all the States it to thorn by any fair tion the only possible by which ona of tin i can bo tho its origin lias in constant of constructing military It iho bo wise to consider wheth er the love for the Union which now ani mates our fellow citizens on mav not bo impaired by our 01 for them in their antl d condition the only menos by winch the powers ot the on this of thu mountains can thorn in time to protect them against tho present fiom ex- son t cl u HUton SUSpeCted vi in vil Tho cni'i'irass- in which bo fo nid in tho an- opinion as to the wisest and mo ID in which nient loud ita aid in accomplishing woik I that in tho way which now will in ft grout decree as as tho and best routa hhall have satisfactorily ascertained It may bo on should make our lights and as a membor of tin eat of In our this occasion I as to ft with them there are i to I ji 1 mention tlie r if ii a ihu N ivy which is U present 1 of our ma ite t tlie na -o now gi than that of an ih e p the to ltd wr the j ri i w 11 i pi tJ i as St uo into j ih ba thia 113 ii in vyf it w r n iU well of it is ah the li o moie to bo ii the thu am to -I Jfi tin in I ii i HI 01 Ht ratio ii ol Wia t i our own from depart Wo ought peace commerce and friendship with all na ions and this not merely M the means of our own national sts but m a nf towards onr fellow mon Our diplomacy he frank to obtain more noil B1 f ft ItidA than ia our duo Wo to cherish snored for the nwl never U in loss it shall bo bjr of nervation of our over the Ol and its ohe Will to do in u kindly spirit
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