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Southport American, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1846, South Port, Wisconsin m WISCONSIN SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 NO 2 J A BUTTS C VM s 1 oi -i 1 v lliu i ot yont T 11 ilo v i i or S i- Business Cards A I E K IN nci a wipply of nnd folden ol tin nnd etui bu in thc thc l J old Cognac l do Gin l do Hour J Croix Unni O lilid Hum 2 i do J dur Vine J pium l Cidin do l owi et do S CO Ly fyc Ali n ot Tov n Country wil i loi ti purs do mul For Southport American TO Miss ns on j Of llH i ni n 10 Ov D ar W ID V inu di lui to sull ci ni li t t mos J T c o fur on tlir in all ita Shop en of ns a ro for Curn Ae The u u lo und du l in of all ironcd bo in n kout oa well c in: m n s J l H i d j H lun d u n xi tlic most ot riono m t UP beat cil m N r in- in on tn r in uf a l n t T l l Ih l I l I'll to ihu dear when Love to this And of A of love thy Thon ILt al Looks CUP on world wilh its cyo I'll to ilico then on of tho nir n to I'll como to loo and hore Tho spinl ia given to God in And for hoan to A ol And when love's at the hour Of romca in its And joy leve E And l enit unini in Us ihee with n wing From that And bisper to of a li or love b Sopt F THE C O U S I N S One of iho best we have read saye an is eu- COUSINS A Country Tale pen of Miss Mit lord an of for lie been ungrateful linve Agnes stood as if oh lal her liave him to Le sure suid Jessy good can he your my said the angry parent refused to be my partner and law and fallen in lovo with What have you to l sav to him j Why replied Jassy j I'm moro to him for re- fusing to you for of thc The New York Sun an to an of the natural history ol the of that city as to iha etymology cf this term arc nt a loss to trace it No doubt to the nny which thn present can throw upon ils origin would be peculiarly which was for- merly so much in vogue and so learnedly treated of in Tiie his pretty much gone out of use In ils slead we have the und of ing il J iko Charles well for a must bc s bul I should not hke such a mi all so il this be the i has no done An J litlle gipsey husbond harm ran declaring must put ou her habit for 10 ride with Sir mond and his and expected them his favorits every The nnd in the conservatory That heart is said Mr Molesworth looking at her with a smile by Charles Woodford un- replied Agnes bul has he reully my And does he love He says so and I him Is hc That he did not say Did be tell of the Do you know Is she worthy of him Most worthy hc nny hopes of galning her At his Mablo lin at ull to u boat or Ccn lul the lig ot any c of Kind nt in union thc K of thu l Ih thc to Top j SOV pDii A ol hc n i o net a v iii and onco via in i and n to i at al limes carry i 11 to lim ol liu iv or N Thc is too long for our and it is a story which will not du to divide The first hul f of like tha bigger portion volume of somo of novels is merely to what follows So we will sum up prefactory in a few and ihen give de- in Miss own g nu Lawyer was a rich loid in Cranley lown ef Miss Milford Ile had iwo daughlers to Oh he whom his houso its chief could Agnes was a maii Jessy was a Tho fond lathor ilial Jessy should marry a poor relation one Woodford lind heen brought up by his kindness had inlo the from a great in don Charles was lo lo the business of his whoso fully justified by the excellent conduct ond nephew Agnes who tin affection for Charles was by her falher for H young who had been much at the honse But in of lore as of all others hat The 36 That's Done i t j We have pleasure of old Democrats turn The whigs of old Bov State held for from dearly cherished pre- ns some of a for Slate officers in F character would break upon minds on CHAS and a them to an of the principles have held for years v being able o give a son for failli Jt by NATHAN ARTEMUS HALE anJ noble i seve Vice Presidents pre- sight to see a mnn bursting the l popular N of preconceived and ill-digested opinion j and Jon REED nominated Ile is not to t ry lady whom he loves is above hitri in every and as much ashe has my wishes it ia an part of Charles Woodford's conduct that he to leave his by its Here ensued a short in the dia- Agnes trying to occupy herself mnn is born to dis- iN Ui lil l A i H H SS i- 13 is and l on nnd wiru nnd nnd tun bi Jind lui KJ Nov H l S 15 M n M i i1 i II il U i Krill lind loi by the or lin du d n e n n l ni e d 10 lu o l l l y a i i d thc nr uti ty u i -i nnd ih 5 M ri 11 Km iit 0 18 KJ of nnd s bv Boclt lor at i n cd in li n -nn c in bu onry t n u yo inny bu ll ul K iy ul l or Dam i M Win l W nul -i in i -n -J W T J M Oils l S r r h ilt i Wix find J and arp nt Dress to be bund an- ly of to ut D L Uct BOOKH Dii ilo do Jo und du lo lit M do do lur HI JL hu luia on lio m uxc tor Wool on J May 23 1843 et is never truer in tho great of So found poor Mr u und Charles at of o und his and the and was nnd lo the very v e ry il m l y declined i was very much distressed and taled iie liad tho highest respect for Miss he could nol And ihen lie poured n ns as it uas by his whu lefl h i m in and increased perplexity This interview had taken place and when was ended thc his who happily of all hud occurred themselves in con- a scene always as becoming as it is agreeable to and was like a among orange and was standing under a fuschia Unit hung over u large form and tulo lier whito dress the of her dark hair giving her iho look of nymph or naiad rare relic of Grecian art Jessy was tling gaily ns she about of a had at tho lown I hale said pretty linie flirt to sit bold upright On a hard bench for iho same four wilhout of moving or speaking lo anybody's geiling to how il is l saw Sir trying to slide lo reach said a littlo his presenes would perhaps have evil But barricade was loo he cearest falher first in thinking nnd of iii pnrlj in i ol lat of tho linnd 2nd An of wilhout lo upon ol formation ol tbc ia now in use in in Suites ot KCW York N Virginia Soulli nnd Ohio Kor or at KING'S nt tho blossoms of a and a favorile geranium but il nol do iho was al heurt and she could not force her mind lo indifferent occupations She to her falher who had been anxiously watching her and the varying of her and re- hups it is hardly maidenly to so much you never in set lold mo your I yel seen and known I lell how all your loo lund partially mo has for your children You have mistaken me doubly me mo lil lo fil l a place in in ihal I desire such You mean to give the lucrative to Woodford and designed mc and jout large possession to our worthy and And with little change of may slill lor most oart hold good Sir may still be your son-in-law and your heir for he loves Jessy und Jessy loves him Charles Woodford may still be your partner and for has changed that need jour for his merit Marry him to lhat he loves Sho must be if be not such a And let me live on wilh you dear single and un- no bul to contribute to your comfort and to and on your vears Do not lel your loo greal stand in waj of Maku me not so under with loafers by no metins The would an of a is best and by llon J C Calhoun term a masterly while scorning ig- philosophy declare for the policy ofthe or none They furnish our citizens forcible dashes al life with a free in- sload of pencil as il which render necessary that galaxy of stars which observed upon vuss of social picture of our very vulgarly post these citizens as the patrons o f fast horses and on the Avenues They even go as far as to delmeato in with the the glowing with We take upon ourselves tho responsibility as a among of our witness lilles on knobs as as the iron and tasses and can make them coat illi an anny tif brnss buttons in their device tlie taste of the wearer Witness the fragrant clouds of incense through which display thiery auic story Behold the swell of un- which not so ness also and tlie bunting which however rugged and homely may be the in which he liis sons lor so doing In such cases we have always il best to say as men of class generally prompted o action by motives and feelings which no one can or diminish will have own of working out political We on tilis plan a few days ago when a plain blunl looking farmer entered our and said l wish to for your paper Yes said we subscription was taken down and name m a trice generally in such mallers hen this was for lo offices of Governor and Lieut Governor were passed pledging thb party in to the further sion of slavery in any may be acquired and against of any more inlo the also to use all measures lo limits where now and to r pre- ponderance which it now on ihu national resolut ions de- the course of the proudly over their warks and then say if you that done old we had i tion in the prosecution ofthe never seen before peered over he top of a newspaper at us and I voted for Folk What in the made you do that r done tCow go t our and it strikes me we're fur il goeh down rallier hard seein Clay told us i believe man's a prophet We nodded as much as to say Ho you I'm col a now but ej l the new not a slinger Yes Sir I give me a of Kane leller for of mine So old leaving us in that he will be i ri the ficht place of the of veto power by l dent llon was present during a portion of session and being called upon or a sprech ded in the following to the party of Massac and of Uie l at once so and cl quent that we refrain from il lo our columns luns W hig Mr Give his a short in county oi Orange the following facts from the most undoubted pre not all cracked up to be gorre n of EE M ARKS OP M and con- sider it a great of good fortune evon for few lo be in so large body of of as have here bled W whigs of is an ol ertv I love to lo which warms a now old bul which beats in with human al home nr at home and Gentlemen such a party as party made lip us it is of however on very re- j fort u n es look up his residence al i men and masses of thn l hovs Court very j or to agroe with upon all Ibat the not exempt from common lot manity by casles There is upper and un- der crust Thc former the and the laiter Bools Tho first from the covering of their boxes which lhat they a degree of guinity to tho man in Iho whito while the hitler up fiven to knee in to he be- thes and of Boots howeser very upon the general city business for a monopoly of and it out with additions and ments on general principle of properly the word to the i wbich laiter that is the deed or aro made to of a character generally in some incidents such as said oi ground ane loft y as well us the science o lar inlo These peculiar of ence commonly on casions when some foolhardy of too a make for his to expostulate with Rojal on the and of of such for as instilling young males blockading Iho sidewalks odious lo them and lo r T corners oj jj s tjie Opinion Of that there has been a improvement in manners Iwo or back nnd by some il is even suspected lhat consins have gained all lhat oui New wos lo wilhout his Yes I jou hc it very he told me so when we wero coming out And ihen the Jessy called Sir Edmond says ho likes no music ex- guitar or a flute on the waler and I like none your on organ und Handel on a dy or Woodford's ing Milton bils of Hamlet Do jou call that asked Agnes laughing And she it is most so with his rich voice and his fine of sound and lo jou who do not greatly love for its sake it is a uro much in kind that of houring tlie most of on the noblest of instruments l have felt such n in hearing tbat voice recita iho verses of Sophocles in the original G Charles Woodford's is music is a music which you neither of you likely to hear Mr Molesworth advancing suddenly York have lost anon But more of this An On evening of the ent week an extraordinary was celebrated at Home connected your own poor Agne And blushing at the wilh which she had spoken she bent her head over the ble basin waters re- the fair image as if she had ly been Grecian to which he her fond cy had compared her Let me live single you and marry Charles to the whom he loves Huve you heard name of lady in Have you formed any guess who she may Not the I from w hal you sakl thai stie was a to Have l hort may sca least gyou may see her reflection in waler this very moment for he has had pre- the good to fall in love with his cousin Agnes now mine own do you still wish to live single O do you desire lhat I marry Charles lo woman of his Falher dear my It shall ba ns you command Speak freely Do nol me bul speak my dear wo all live I cannot leave you But poor Charles sarely falher we may And so it was And a very few months proved love had beller for Mr Molesworth than he had done for himself Jessy with her prettiness and her lille nnd her fopperies very lo visit a day Bnt Agnea and cousin whose noble character und splendid talents so j a wife because every man ought o have needy he U our informant lhat in betler davs he nas in a large in the town of and in the of il howas compelled to bring a suit a house m for u of money suit was in eral and to the S u j i cine Court United Slates there he Mr Webster to lo il for hirn nnd paid him a hundred dollars TI fur his services: bul before suil came lo irial tho in moro and case of under he had case and old man thai i f now in his time of iie should recall tlie circumstances 10 Mr he would return him for which ho had no tion Our friend wilh whom be- ing himself a limb of the law smiled he pitied lie old man's simplicity he told him that lo make such a would be for lhat yers never refunded and ihal lo do so would hardly be professional But the old gentleman was not lo bp dis- from his design he M rote his ler and by mail he from Mi Websler a a hundred dollar nolo M r ihal he had no of iho but from tone nnd slyle of leiler he doubted nol il came from a i and he was fully prepared lo admit ihal ns slated required prompt restitution of the money which iie as made We no admirers of principles bul as we have seen him charged a wanl of common we pleasure in recording an act whether it proceeded from charily or a senss of juslice does credit lo his hen Vw Standard crat with iho Prison lund the numerous re- generally about who have been discharged from Staie Prison or In instance tlie had fallen inlo and was by him who had led her When she came out of prison she was taken undor care of the ciety where she remained some it is believed she is reclaimed and on evening she to Ih e-man who had been thc main cnuse all Tho was by Judge Edmonds and the occasion was orio of deep eral of members of executive committee of ihp wilh wives and daughters A riage which was plain was provided by some of the ladies who charge of that menl and at an hour the com- pany very much gratified wilh the evening's FN Y Evening Post of public policy which mav arise A community of feeliug und a community of purpose will lead lo operation which is necessary to a of action There lopica in high in my and warm in my affections sea a line of duly nol apparent li me ers relv on and hopes for welfare of our common but for my part the dark and troubled has no star above tho but the patriotic and parly of the United States The lime of separation has Iv and I will merely ihal I partake wilh in happiness you fe el lhat the tried 5 DU have for high offices of governor will he and fhe of sound principles lu I in of spread uf good principles nnd l thai is will secure them but a firm of whig ful for every token of vour sincerely lhat harmony on occasion may lead lo great und of whig Klr toOk a torrent of applause and cheers TO THE A hardened boing hung the muler he was a thus a very few you be in beller worid envy ou vour place Do Kaiu the you swap The however would not and so said Casl such you pul your trust cling so eagerly to the of when been lo yna hul a ol nnd crimo yif not that world is id l a IIP but if you no rallier SEC show a A m K t H fil if M c- ligious wbich il his custom lo road every afler service once delivered the following Jolin Smilh has said many the rest that a newspaper is like well deserved her made the pride of his home and one of his Y lo know why brother Hill finds it sary lo ride to church in a sumptuous carriage when his Divine Master never rode any whare except on an HSS i Upon pious shoving his spectacles high ou his fore- head and with nn air of great humility ihus I would in to any ble that l have a carriage but no beast such as our rode ever if my worthy will present himself at the door of my dwelling next Lord's day ready and bridled l will rido him to church A violent Dorrilo Locofoco paper in Providence says il goes for of whiggery and law and order A railway in of a passenger announcing He the has gone lo lhat station from which no eller has a return ticket An Irishman a lo a duel On being the he you haverne mother an a trial for nt cesler Mass one Horace Palmer fied in relation to a cerlain story that heard it first from his wife who was n member of ladies where all village news or was first case is now in Mississippi in i- to bs made to IH w of which thai a mun pf att individual H horn he lins in a duel if it can be out good one As a set who ur never pay own dabis certainly 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