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South Western Local (Newspaper) - July 20, 1860, Shullsburg, Wisconsin A Democratic N every La Ky j Al Jt per annum in or w if of t lived lo ill every instance tlu listen tu no f rum fail Lo with I uf column ii W -J W 1 Til J Ml HI K III I 3 The Dissemination of Truth is the Destruction of Error SI 50 i i uu p nn On nn s i-j mi i UN In in nil VOLUME III WISCONSIN JULY 20 NUMBER 16 1 J l IMt T U IJ HO Oil fl l I 1 f 1 no in tin l1 nit ir i o in nn CnM Column nol H per will be nn n Special per COnl in fii nt I ffl Tf K mini be fur in V t-a U U n-l 11 u ii 11 ii I I c r r J'JII.N 0 of i In- in in- on n Jny a awed with liny lirr turn lint wealth CVf J IIIC I A 4 AT JV X If ami she ami her bird from liii lo Lho tcmn nnd a Ami n in ih tip I will A Mini slic lo own n n toiler limn he hml K Mil AW i u- A 4 AND AT I V In The Id hi if iho to iho u spring Horus ilie rund nn I lu sii he up Ami lit II it down AMI rot AT LAW cown iii b Iii rniil n lu hi I ji f ticer S AND AT LAW nf i Iii In In will 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II T B ft Q LEEKLEY A form nl her si And mis duly nnd love t Then 141 her burden of Jt i nlns for drudge in tongue or pen PIG AND ItAR ll I 21 Ah well for in nil sweet hope lies eSU from eyes Hie mny Kull Iho stone from Its I Valuable to tho Sick or Well IIY NO un- lil nml Dr H S Ill New Judge Kindly Oh lell lit MIX SNl cf Skin nnd kittle nnd Vein lie luOne Hundred JO hi A H nun nnd Cure of of S'c'nni'h nnd on I Old and 0 wny i yoti Connly j mwJ Tmt of I n S LAW'S us Jlon troubled heart id grief In sutler act a nf l Itw ringing A u there And in If nit And oh when The henft fcy Tho ant often ors the words an are or no looser right An of tltc in MAUY STUART It in the was prosecuting his in old Spain and lidding Iresh to his already overgrown laurel crown Mural wait in Madrid ul of Ills troops Il well at lime that a friend of France Baron Russian eador of was on excellent with nnd in of listening lu his schemes of war with 11 coolness of addition lie result of his passion which made him oti more than one nn nnd valuable counsellor Tiie following of of n plan of his a case aa rare youthful I as ever fell lo lot ol historian lo describe ns snt one veiling perplexed he inquired reason A shadow over the lino countenance ul us he replied I am indeed perplexed and this lime the evil beyond our You are not sure of replied Gen understood German bul nol wishing to occupy his own lime with this lie called otic of tiie of the Bluff gave matter over lo him The examination continued The young Pule gave his answers in siun and German himself most on his ngai ist a single word of French IIo hud no easy to piny for he was narrowly watched by a crowd of thirsting for liis nnd a eagerness thai he might bo found guilty was declared lo be in the employment ol French The furious excitement increased and his safety much endangered by n which now hnd one of the to declare him u French spy in disguise rushed inlo room ter a shorl absence holding by a peasant in a brown and rt high crowned hat by u high er Having fore I'd ny through the crowd hu hid companion with nt mnn he I hen us if he is a German or a i a spy I would swear by i my continued he his foot angrily on the ground The peasant for n few minutes did not exercise undivided supper sent him but he was nit permitted lo leave the dungeon until morning Ho was then led ID n place whence he could behold mutilated bodies of ten French who Fr nr al the young Pole his Russian lakin the separ nut of J b eye nnd with n baler ex- month lu me is I he of fury and hatred he The us in from his love ol jj moved uneasily in IIM round I nni indeed perplexed replied The fuel I have important ID Gen nl nnd the which liy in Ihc w iy lire 1 fear All i u Frenchman he is a llu then turned lu ihu ilc and Sumo I lo n of liny for the This man is ihc ono iu I delivered he me a re- for il I behind for n long lime by ihc yuto under the trees grout nnd woods are tilled with troops or what is worse with marauding guerrillas I see no possible ol papers and yet my not doing so lo France The pul in hin loll inlo u lit of ruDding Murut in upon the profile on the wall by the of n pair of candles SuJilen- Iy he SAW ihc wide open I hove it I ii 1 easiest in ihc world cur in ihc of me of ihc nnd you hear your dancers lie pul on a Russian I will give him for mid ycu can jim him your or the Krench verbally and I will an- swer foi il all will be right even though he should be luken prisoner linne between ihU and Lisbon The is too anxious lo preserve the sia n lo make u messenger cf mine a source of disagreement with niv country somewhat liked the scheme a pen und ink he wrote ae follows to Ihc com- to Antonio my broth is U- whom I delivered ihc I Lot him be shoi I let him be thul I a voices i him shout from croud lo in nl win lows nt the i snid mi c is il prudent lu i expose ourselves lo risk of i wilh ihns 1 I but let il bu man is n l heard nil ibis for lie under- very well He led up ill a dungeon At of his arrest he had not timed food Biner the of ceiling day nml when prison door j locked upon him eighteen had sinco he had of any nourishment to and he had suffered and il will not be n of surprise thai he self in a ol uller on n which Iny on the soon ascertained through tho loop re- mander in-chief of ihc who i i f turned lo his own hml joined the French Army Dispatches of moment arc to be Im- forwarded to Gen Junol nl Lisbon Select for thai purpose an tin iar is young nnd handsome wife was on a yellow cushion playing the said he we have wo k had been caught and by Here for the space of he waa bjr ejet pars to catch at any unguarded word L r said Gen to his brother I am us tally aware ns you of the importance of preventing between the different French commanders ul itt Spain j but we cannot with justice convict mini upon the mere assertion of n who may be through or misled by his Ii waa relief to to be led lo prison although his mind wus haunted by horrid nnd choly forebodings he nevertheless fell second lime inlo n profound slumber Another snare now luid for Amid the silence which prevailed in door was oguin softly ed and same harmonious voice which hnd addressed him night before said in a low and are saved your horse is wailing Dul whilst repeated by rote in French the words dared not refuse to warning pressure of hia watchfulness cruel black eyes wire watching lie dungeon scene through a in ihc wall They snw heard ihr Spanish seeing anything more Al the words Vuu inshi sinned up i but the grasp of in's slender lingers recalled presence of mind and he replied ns before in mnn do you sny On informed of new tion urged bis lion he was again overruled In morning Pole was conducted beforo a sort of court ed ul the of They addressed lo him the severest threats but linn in liis resolution he appeared nut lo understand one word which were lie inquired in German for an interpreter One lit last produced lie was what object ol his from Madrid lo Lisbon He replied by producing the dispatches fiom Ambassador ID Admiral nnd Ins passport And but far the un fortunate encounter wilh ant those proofs might huve been factory bul he was still the object of Ask said the President uf the whether lie u friendly lo Spaniards since he ia not a man The interpreter translated question Yes replied I love nnd respect the character of and I wilh your nation mini from your luken n French Spy blithe pretends to Ihu best you hove and send him be in ihc service Hint may be 10 bul n pretext we huve not Two presented been to him betray self before whom tho Polish commander suid he would answer with his lie but eighteen years oltl and named Mural wng nol a to find the the utmost eagerness to undertake this expedition one of no common peril for if discovered by the his ate would be certain death llf listened with a to all tions of danger and and said wilh a bow url will where man's has lulled come wilh me lo house In that country of wives ennas nnd her husband Her guitar was quickly luid her yellowish ion rolled away her oVer her nico black Arrived there tho Spanish officer her look through at he j sleeping If your Imperial will give I will wail do go mo my orders pledge to execute with a nnd throwing the light tho mission I am deeply grateful to my for having chosen me from my comrades There was not one who was net of distinction Munt augured favorably of the young Pole's courage and intelligence He gave his verbal Daron snoff supplied him wilh a bundle of messages to Admiral suddenly on his face him When liis listen to what he eays and watch his gestures Hernia bowed her head in token of The jailor opened the door lessly and she entered had been sleeping about an hour when some one softly approached his head It was Benita A hand was The young man was equipped in n held before lamp lo shade glare uniform and set out lor Portugal on from his eyes when hand wna i drawn ho felt a top on his During the first two days he pursued i der and a sweet toned voice uttered ihc his course without molestation j but on words in French morning of the third day he was rounded by a parly of Spanish who disarmed him and conducted him be- fore the General in command of the tary force of tho district Ilii name was Castanos perfectly well that he ADI lost if suspected to be an adherent of the French Consequently ho immediately resolved himself nol to utter a lable of French but lo confine himself entirely lo Russian and German which he spoke with facility The Imprecations of tho troops who conducted him to sufficiently convinced him of the fate that awaited him If his roil character was made known death ol Gen Hence who a feit weeks previous had perished in tortures for ho other offence thin that of attempting to join Junot might well hire shaken lila Who ara you 1 Spanish General In French at liis and in German 1 do uol I Will you have some supper V Bcnila hnd a true woman's heart She even dreaded the idea of being accessory to tho evil planned for this young man unprotected situation and his early years filled her heart with pity Still she dared not disobey As Ehu she grasped Ilia wrist wilh firmness which his scattered censes he awoke The young Pole thus suddenly aroused from his slumbers by the glare of light anil of the young woman companied by a on his shoulder was about to when the pressure of his wrist by exciting hia wonder brought the circumstances of his tion clearly before him He raised himself quickly nnd without his eyes asked iu German II do jou Send him some nos upon hearing the hia trial saddle bis horse and lot him continue his He u no Frenchman How could he have kept on mask when thus taken by surprise thing is i possible From Lhc Time Ivine Tlic En Sicily have now full and accurate of one of the most which ever been to the Tho complaint ihc age ul stirring adventures nnd in- commerce and efficient police would banish romance from national and private life was often heard in the quiet times which come to 111 end eonie twelve ngo But the period in which we actually live is exciting enough lor the most Indeed we fancy Unit n of n century hence have better by tho discovery of the gold regions rection of French Empire the iii Ihc and in India and ent uprising of for freedom follow each with such that ihc hero of six months since begins lo be antiquated A or an Omar buried in llu of ages It may be that new will bring forward some name in at- Inched his ends and retired inlo ble privacy bul we it will be hard for ihc now hero to surpass which the general quired The more his plans are ined nnd his movements followed more clearly does il ihm he is noi only a bravo nnd soldier but n mnn ol whom his countrymen mny trust and obey ns well us admire In the which we publish lo dny ihc course of campaign is indicated Il is one of ihc pecu of modern that from thr rapidity ol traveling and the perfect in- which ninong u has somewhat the character ol an exhibition A lender cannot now pen into n country win or lose great in obscurity remain unheard of Iy the for then in ot crowning or dis conclude n peace leaving it years later to describe for the lime in which havi the face nf Europe aro now fought in an eager public of hundred in u sense looking on while rious and enterprising of the most distant countries arc often bodily present Tin duel between Garibaldi and the Neapoli tan viceroy is being fought out under tin eyes of newspaper correspondents lour and English or sympathizers ns well ns these more ciut spectators ihc and naval ol fleers of chief European nations I is happy for men for a to be thus exposed to gnze liis an that there should be independent to the lalse of nnd to give world that just edee of events which will ils judgment foreign govern m en la may not interfere in lh concerns of Sicily their advice mny it some conjuncture be necessary uni it IB of no small importance that and my own were united the in T tb 10 Ul Cl prisoner say he and woulu like to see the a one haye com man he might il with n b what sort of have lo deul single Whilst wore uttered the eyes of the whole assembly attentively watched the prisoner's countenance to sec what effect would bn produced by this new or rather snore He stood unmoved it appears to me is no ground for suspicion man and therefore he set at liberty and al lowed to pursue his Accordingly hia arms and were restored lo him and the brave young Pole passing through a of which required almost and presence of mind went on hia way tie in Lisbon fulfilled his mission and to return to Madrid but General Junot we are glad lo refused to allow him to nose himself again the dangers he had so miraculously escaped never saw Benita But a feeling of gratitude to the lovely Spaniard never left him often lold the story to liis after his re- turn to Poland when lite war was over A fellow other Iny clothing to a After the sale had been concluded lie said to Do you not know that they lung a Jow and a together oh gnl s in England V Well was the rejoinder but ain't it a blessing both of us ain't there seeing that they might hang orie on count of his nation and the other on count of his nature 1 Twenty or ago ole in Summit county was Idling his friend Jonos of i had very little education but Jonce was a man ol right smart ing So Phleg went on a tellin says he they fit and flt i saya did they keep Old drawing up ing at as buttermilk into saya he You're cussed about then blast you A man in healthiest and when lie the least of either health or happiness Tin Neapolitan have been to be fulic on the other Irom Sicilians would bo ted o Il is from by responsible nnd authorities that the English and French nations how far it is right to countenance in Neapolitan recognise the menl it establishes when ii shall Tu the of the world on these points letters of our dent will They ol ibis from ils be- ginning they show with hie li o vessels and his into the harbor of Marsala the anxiety deepening into terror of the royal the telegraphing to Palermo tin retreat Trom town rising of the and ihc t ancc of Garibaldi as their leader by bonds who lill then were without n plan or a purpose recog as bearing the stamp of truth the description given of the Sicilian levies as lo fight if they were shown how burning with hatred the government but of making any impression on the regular forces able only lo hcep up a Warfare in the region which forms the northwestern of Ihc Bul il the Sicilian whom found at his landing were not perfect troops they had at least one high ol how to choose a leader and how tu obey him From the first day of liis became virtually the generalissimo of the Sicilian insurrection and during the month which his passed there has been no resistance tu his authority No barrow jealousy no no preference for any local leader has the Iy which exists between him and his The Sicilian chiefs have their claims the land owners and even portion of the clergy hove trans- ferred their to him as the tenant of Victor and the has been unity of movement completeness of ed in the history of war pass over the earlier part ol the campaign inertly to observe the battle nt Fumi ed by the Neapolitans ns a victory seems 10 have been a mosl defeat and left at liberty lo march upon The attach on morning of the appears lo have been planned and with the of a valor of little band the Sicilian lev ies was also must When 11 is considered a force General Lanza hud nl his how for lie hnd been how ihc whole district occupied ihc was barricaded how able to take in the columns of the insur anJ on the other hand were Ihc troops of Garibaldi and how unfit for such work wero Sicilian volunteers ihc of lilt town of must be looked upon ar n most feat By midday however were driven from nil to lake refuge in the citadel which at once commenced U bi the town being followed by tin squadron We arc happy to fim did hii heal lo slup this The destruction Sicilian the of its inhabitants though only in accordance with by King will as cost ihc present sovereign tin throne of island No no compromise or will people to a sovereign who means of asserting his authority The armistice between the two has already expired and we expect lo ul uny hour ih t tin lighting has been renewed if nol that tin contest has been brought to an onJ by the capitulation of army In tin meantime nid appears lo be preparing foi both sides the king is sending fresh and the dispatch of from Genoa hoe recommenced A er wis tj leave men and above nil arms and to the stand mailers lor the present Any hour may us greal news All we can say for the present that our ex- coincide with hopes and that we fully believe thai the present month will witness the final overthrow ul in the island it he It- One naturally that D nun v ho hud all horrors ol hanging just actual death woult never risk Ihc gallows but nc rate nl least s nol she A breaker named was ed December 1705 old when he had been hanging nearly people shouted A Me cut down bled and When what his feeling had been he replied in substance when In turned off he Or some time was een of very great occasioned the weight of his nnd fell hid spirit in a etrange commotion violently ing upwards having forced o his head he ns it law or glaring which to go out ol hid eyes a hen lie lust ail tense of pain Then he was cut nnd began to come lo himself the blood spirits forcing themselves inlo their former channel pul him by a sort of pricking or 10 such intolerable pain lie wished thoso cut him lown EVer he by tin of half hanged Smith Thit fellow soon returned lo his former evi and watt tried at Old iley for house breaking and the in a special verdict leaving the air lo decision of ihc twelve o decided in favor of n this second escape did 101 hitti from resuming his nnd a time he was to been brought lo trial but the died before day appointed and thus he more got free ii o Cham fart Journal A sonu of the South Son inlanders the woid for hope is expressive tl is or the keeping ila head alofi water all wove and lows arc going over strikingly beautiful definition of Hope worthy to be set down along with the answer which a deaf and dumb person wrote with hid cil in reply lo the question What was liis idea of forgiveness It is the odor which lowers yield when trampled on The love of ornament creeps but into the female heart who twines the lily in her am looks at herself in clear stream wi soon wish that the lily were fadeless and the stream a mirror We say let tho young girl seek to adorn her beauty i she be taught also to adorn her mind anc heart that she may have wisdom to dree her love of ornament in due moderation young man who drinks beta smokes swears and n his time U jumping ox a thin place on the ice nephew war a clergy man he had f mar for a couple lie you poor I haro done you enough already The Wheeling if a nolr g line in ccJ to by book or crook nt the Littlo Brooks to ic In where kt practice Doctor vcr was at home in ir c not bo ary back d decided lo retort IO a of em t a friend to tbc Dtx-.- house in great to inform lat a man had bech thrown from on the roid leading to nd dangerously Tke his horte and cene of the Occident toward When he al of the house to contain tho wounded man onJ arrested by Brooks who WM arrangement Doctor before a tad crier g a good deal trick hut had been on him told bit the sheriff that had horse and thai would like lo he home and have another No was n this end the tame animal wjt teul ionic and another one then the horse aa security or debt mij was morning a neighbor of the lo lorse in liii charge that the or had borrowed him or the did nol nor never owned him Tin was compelled to the ip and as security waa dot sufficient le of course becomes fur IBM lebt The Doctor tells that g io a game two can at A Sedative The Journal tie con- uina remarkable account 01 c discovery of a powerful IB neuralgia by Or Field 11 Some time since a by a to put two of a solution lo be diluted lj he fim on his iu ry its effect After the lapse of about hree he of con- at the base of theu ti the air forth vas covered with was with fit yawning and lur minutes head fell back kw lower jaw full he for two hia vas homeopath hesc symptoms was a howerer brought Dr It Id in again bul ke continued Ui eel a headache lor half hour a of tl epi- and general These symptoms in course of It Ideal thai lie employed arat a powerful poison and that it kid not diluted end il to jf da of a produced by treating glycerine at a low ture w ilh or nitric acid Irop wilh drops of its of wine Or Field was struck the that he had experienced tiie of at a be n useful sedative of nervous while the wu al discovered what he lo be remedy fur After various triall dh D- Field at length resolved to try on lie did so Oral on i lady of ong been suffering from ii a I Intervals of and every remedy known mcb iji chloroform part of a drop of the being sht was ci nice but her SOON her to have recourse to ii again uid she completely It been tried in and neuralgia with equal success Flic of The Troy List bout half one Henry n in the employ a man call bed down em of nd down the long railway in kis in crossed river over who was lock toll out of the quitter kis river boat took oVtr in iht boat aHil tu lis station on the uland ip in the ry men took in land passed to his bed nod back the stepped nd fell lo tile floor n racket and waking np rtM the hands who hastened to what MHI the matter and om found had been Curiously ht received n few slight from fall bered nothing of wbat bal wd was bewildered when floor In know nsm and ready chough to wetr by nil that was and btw bad not been over with early hour in the i made by him was taken which lay TW on coming ovtr thin called to UK the and dumb i chip the old debu enriches that in are IUT Mr him on llu ta be a
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