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   Chilton Times (Newspaper) - October 23, 1858, Chilton, Wisconsin                                THE is nvnxv SAT i; 11 P A T M O R X TNG, E V a o n P 11 u M K 1 Co., 1 TERMS- in advance r.r "ot tnp expiration of the first quarter, lor six months. or One Column year, Half tlo VOL. 2. CfllLTON, CALUMET CO., SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 23, 1858. NO. 2- al interest is so allied to that f farming that tin twu are nearly able, like fire and water acting togei'tcr to form thomightj agent steam, toga (h IT they are irresistible. Who that lin- seen the grain and grass, falling before the reaper and the mower .can but re- joico that the mission of the scythe iicklo, useful as they have in n- baut accompliahed. Or whe sir :lie fd- lows the plough of to-day, as it vm. mjwarr onr til hnc.i, or oc 20 oo 15 00 a oo 5 00 B us in Cards P. LACUI'ST. M. and Surgeon. Will I promptly lo all in the practice of Mitliv-ine Surfer.. and Medi- ol the quality, kept on hand ft.r Chillon. Oft I, 1857. 1 __ >11R. T1KDKMANN. I 1OUNTY Surveyor, Office at N' u Calumet Co. A II nrtV-, for U-fl w itli E. GCTK. I'. M OhiUusi promptly atuntli'd to. II. 1! CimnM-l'ior ut I.nin! -n hniiil a Official 1 II C. :uu! (Ji-n'Tal Lan iinlCo Wi d-ii to- iSi.r :it Ciuii-ctioli- attcn- v V l-f I rnoK. TTORNKY. GouwU if anil in Ott'-n'fi 111-n-k, Sth -I ..Sh'-hny- It. HAMILTON st Law J'cace. Manttuwoc, and other ims- tended to. th at- 1 LKF. WALK HI'. VTTORNBYSat I'h.in- ccryand Notarr- I'ni.in.. WiJi rut- :id nil Im-hx "iitn.-- tfl to th.jir fire in .M-'i ruiintM-. OnW  -ite the National Hotel, Mnnit-j-vor. t. ur.. l-y CIIA-. n. WALKIX. II. HA Jt'STirE OF T1IK 1'F.ACK, j And General Agent TUlVA" OF WOW1LLE, cnt i fit fu n" fitutf, It-llfh lie llll'f'Cil '.njivr him IIif rt-' If YOU LOVE ME, SAY SO." Tom, my brave, free-hearted lad, Where'er you go, God bles? you; You'd better speak than wish you had, If love for int' distress you. To me they say your heart inclines, it may Then once for all, to quiet mine, 1 Tom, if you love me, say so! On that bound heart and manly frame, Bits lightly sport or labor; still the sanie To parent, friend or neighbor; Then why postpone your love to own For in trom day to day bo, Anil let me whisper s'ill Tom, i! ;0ti love mo, say so! oft when 1 wa.- sick or sad, With some remembered lolly, The sijjh! of you has made me glad. And then most melancholy. Ah! why will thought of one so good Upon mv spirit prey so? JJy you it should be understood Tom, if you love me, say so! WUntcv'cr of our'syovi chance to seek, Almost before you bicathe it, I brint; with blushes on my cheek, And all my soul with it. AVlp th'ink tnf ihon nith voice so low, A in! faltering turn away so! When ni'xt you come, before yon go, Toinrif you love me. say so! .My fiienus 'tit true arc well to do. And vonr's an> poor and friendless; Ah, nof lor they are rich in Their happiness endless; ni virlet them shed a tear, Save that on you it so: ne i -ight briny you bet'er cheer- Tom. if yot love me, so! My uncle'.-- Iccr.icy isall For >oii, Tom. u lu-n yon choose it; In ln-tK-r hand-- it cannot fall, And hc-tlt-r trained to use it; I'll lor year-, but let me not, Un wooed, unnlightrd so, Since u t'ullh and worth will be your lot, if you love mo, say so! TilK Mobilu Mercury gives rtn amusing account of a negro baptismal sc.'iie in Mississippi, wherein a negro as Big Will fig- ured conspicuously. Despite Will's irrevaience. we publish story: 'The bottom of the creak of slip- pery fioap-stone, just beyond point nbere a depth was nb- i tained for a proper isdministratU'T) of the ['ordinance' broke suddenly into a bole. I Big Will atfcmpted to do as directed, but like hk lace in matters of religion generally, overdid the tbing; bis feet slip- ped from under him, and doun went into the deep hole dragging the minister I along vritli him. The astonished crowd j was bonified as, they both disappeared beneatli the surface. For a few seconds bubbles roae to the surface to mark the spot they went down, then Big Will rp-appoared snorting and spouti g like a porpoise As Will regained the shelving rock and made towards dry land the minister was discovered clinging to his leg with bull dog tenacity. They were Loth happily saved, As soon as Will's speech returned to him he was heard to exclaim: 'Gosh, Gor A'miglity, win e fulks, on you gwine to lose a nigger wid dis Address of T. J. POTTER, Esq. DELIVERED BErOUK THE CALUMET COCSTT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ON T. OF SEPTEMBER, 1S5S. 30T1J Mr. President. Jjadies and Gentlemen: 1 requested by the Ksecutivo Committee to deliver the Annual address before this Society. T return my connty is (and among the first vre bc- lievc she is destined to be) must be due to her fitness for Agricultural parpases- for as yet-no rich mines ef coal, lead, or evon been discoversd beneath her surface. No limiilesa water powers to render her noted for her manufactures- large navigable waters along her bor- ly and easily glides through tbe can bu( think with a smile of tbe formancc of the old wooden mould boon! plough, with its stick of a handle, in u-c by the generation just passed away. Mankind is either progressing or retr grading, there is no fixed inuertia. we believe no perfection to human skill anJ ingenuity. Who in so Utopian in ideas no- ders through which she might gain j tions, that will look back at the improve- no wealth by commerce, but with a soil su- perior to many, and excelled by none, she is rapidly gaining in population and ments of tbe last fifty years and say th.tt vre have reached tho summit of the of progress. Who that has seen the thanks for the honor conferred. 1 would remark that from this Address will hard- ly be expected the piofundity of thought, the depth of research, the abstruseness of reasoning, or the erudition that dig- wjtjj tjie (jeop intoresl that so many j track as the iron horse went tinguish the productions of the finished of our famor3 take, 1 feel and know j by, hearing nith the speed of tho wind scholar or learned professor, or that it that jt wjn bo successful. Wha'.ever his hundreds of passengers and tons of wealth. In this our third Annual soring machine, with iU limbs bition I discover muehimproTemeut over i ateel, performing the work of toil v 'of our first attempt of this kind: and with (many aching fingers, with unerring aec'i- tbo fostering care extended by the State 'racy and dispatch; or has stood by will challenge the perspicuity of the critl-e, or that I should have searched down into the hidden mysteries of science as connected nith Agriculture, for its ti'easuics arc unfolded in the largest tends to develop tho resources of a coun-. freight; or lias read the despatches ty or state, to settle its vacant lands, to borne on the magic wires under ti.a erect school houses, court houses and wind-tossed Atlantic, and as you stand other public buildings, to build Plank [in the Commercial Emporium of the New roads and Eailroads, and whatever else j World, can almost hear each mighty measure only to those who have labored j scrvC3 to tho facilities for'throb of the heart of the Old as it pul LLTTING our DANIEL Wi.nsTt.RBY O a 11 tl JE n il s Snicks puts everything to long and unremittingly for their ac quiieincnt. Like Othello. I can truly say, that little used am I to tbe set phraseology of speech, but cannot offer tbe same apology, that since these arms had seven years' pith they have been em- ployed in repelling the enemy upon the tented field. The faculty of addressing an intelligent audience extemporaneously upon any subject, and at the same time ingress or ogress or conduces in any J sates, will not say that tho triumpk other way to the general good should be art science, or r of mechanical skili carefully fosterercd and protected. and ingenuity for tho' next half century Those who come to settle in our bcauti-j vulj not as much exceeif that just passed, ful county now. know but little of thc'as outattippcd those that have trials and privations of the earlier set- j it. tiers here. The pioneers, numbers ofj whom I sue around me to-day, those wliojbeen going tbe labor ol' have seen and watched the improvements has beei) lessened by being made, from the time the thin th> implements that have been ,v ---j---, uu-u.j; HI.IUU, -uv improved implements tuat uave uccii TUB UKKK.--MI- ob.ter was called interest thcm, is a gift ,llich has never, wrealh cf snloke first ascended from and Uile wo har. such in- aii> a-d to to nuclei taku a case for him, tbe argu- makc no mont of which was approaching, and bis client asked what would be his terms said Mr. '1 cannot argue under one thousand dollars; for although- the is not a heavy one, it will require But a few, a very few, years ago and our own fair, broad Wisconsin bad no place in that bright constellation ot States where she now stands forth a star of the first magnitude. The Territory marketing little patch of clearing till like the stone proattctSi agricultural science- cast into the waters of the lake, its first kept with of the me to hang about the court for a week, Of she is composed was then known Miltlitty iiixiii. CH1LTON Cbilton. IH3 woman has been arrested in Al- bai.v for old iron; she had four- teen of it accreted in her Her offence weighed neavily upon her. Yhy arc potatoes and corn like and I should be as willing to be actually ag tbe tractiess ii ri to been-cfiUfd fruiii nor tin1 jiur-t-.or Ilu all. H T 0 if Tint -it; certain sinners of old'.' Uecau'.e having eyes they see not, hav- ing curs iliey hear ii'.t. he marriage of a- loved child may to a parent like a kind of engaged for a week as to lose mv time in West. A ness, though beautiful, untouched liy the foot of civilization save where the I shoulders. These difficulties we that little circles constantly widening, they day> of rathoi. do tho farmcr3 think that have expanded into the noble farms the moclus Of their progenitors which one meets on every hand as they wag travel over the county. They know but J little of paddling a canoe forty miles or more to mill, or the same distance with much as they could carry upon Desired. Unlil made fco producc the ultima- their said the client. 'If I give you a 2calous reHgious fanatic had planted the you might arcuc be em- thousand dollars, will you other case in which Tbe bargain was closed. The old man cross or the avaricious trader had estab- lished posts for the sale of hii blankets and fire water But when this fair land of broad prairies, with their exhaustless having an eye lo business, applied to geouj forestS( waterea witn broad rtvsrs tlie highways around his former home. several persons in who had and spnrklillj, steams< waa 01Jencd np for Uore wonu fencet settlement ctil.ivation; then pouicd or patj., Of ]ias olle to in n tide of emigration unparalleled in I niany his hat, and abounding HENRY UIODLIN, Hay ton............. nhi'i't th L, S Vet therein the father pays a just debt, tt'cdli'fk gave him the good gift; to wed- 'Icck, then, he owes it, -It is recorded of an eminent na- turalist that he once a butterfly Wis i for jirnpru l.-oj- inllv -.all-, an beturfc he could catch ot tlit- Corn- stiH contiliucs. Gtl own case, too All of for June, I'-.'.-S. wis. OIM KY M. r.i K n, Chilton, 1 will ho thii 'and -.nme people expend all tlieir lives in their puifcuit. iininber of Iiish families in and about Lov.ell arc making iircpsvvatious to return to their native country. Some of lived in America for twenty wiv.li die and be buried in them have but lor the land (it their b'nth. cases on the list and made his own terms for Mr. Webster s services, and actually received four hundred dollars be- Of States. 'The sturdy yond what he paid; and beside that _ farmer with ljis atalwart sons, who tried i in vain to wring a competence from the jfSETThe last and most powerful blow sterile land of the over-crowded eastern struck to crush crinoline out of fashion, S tates. the hardy laborer from the land comes from the other side of the Atlantic of the classic Rhine and tl.e vine clad and physicians. An eminent French pby slopes of LaBelle France, the jovial sons sician lias given his opinion that by rea- of Erin's green isle and the iudustrioin son of it the nearer of it is fearfully farmers of old England, all sought a subjected to catching cold, and finally, home and found a welcome here, diseases that are sure to prove fatnl. J Like the fabled Dragon's teeth which And to tin? an English physician adds vrhen gowed Rt the Goddess' command the weight of bis opinion. In a icccnt instantly sprang up serried ranks of arm- letter lo the Medical Times, ho relates Ctl men, the smoke of the settlers'cabins the following: I arose on every hand. Tho tall tree? I have been consulted week by a bowed thsir heads beneath tho blowa tum, until the stock that we rear for the Dairy, for labor, or the shambles, is all that can be desired for the required pur- pose. Until each weed that so luxuriantly on loosely cultivated lands, like so many robbers, plundering from fanners' pockets, is eradicated the far- mer should not stop, nor falter in his course. Although in a new country like this tbore many things that must be done, many difficulties overcome before _-. anything like system or arrangement can More crooked than a A irgnna worm fence, or plang and carried ir.ta effect, the maxim should be always to do tbe best under the circum- in places where the existence of a bottom stances. For we hold that system w 1 I noccsssary in all, even the most trivial was m.rely speculative, as no adventur- ccrtainlvin this have later may rejoice that have not had to experience; but each one here probably has some pleasant little reminiwices of hi-s ewn, of journeys over what was dignified with tbe name efroad decked with mary a flower, umbra-1 bearing little resemblance to Jtfej'i'hysieiuns say that the great The on h.ind alonce of paralysis among a 1-rj. ..II kimU. a tlicwtis M out of the substitution of i in foil paper as wrapping for the weed. The idea seems correct, and as it is, the of ibf jioisonons covering abandoned. should be 6 I C I R S A lar all" i O of Ohio 'Ji.lHUiJ. Thtnr ami tht t.rsmic. tln-y will- lias jtiT'Amelia, for at thy fi.in.nand, I'd pluck the i-tard from the pluck the sun the orient- tal pud of day. t hat er.'ed the blue arch nf heaven in such majestic splendor tear him from the Don't advantages are fast And when a few years shall have passed away, and mud holes and corduroy have given place to the smooth gravel or tha iron track of the fiery steed, will be for- gotten entirely. her knees; she h is never bean troubled prairie sod and rich fields of waviiig The agricultural interest now and before, and she believes there is no ten- gtaln arose as if by the ruagic of the en- has always been the great lever and main dency te rheumatism in her family. She chanters wand, making glad tho hearts spring by which all the vast and compli- has noticed tho advent of pain ever since j Of the mis whoso weary feet like cated machinery of political economy is lady suffering from rheumatic pains in axt) the bright plough share cleft the ous individual had ever yet fathomed it. Or, then, at night for want of better ac- commodations bivouacking under the shelter of some friendly tree, where the mosquitoes presented the only bills that demanded settlement for accommodations furnished, which accommodations had at affairs of life, and most certainly in this the moat comprehensive pursuit in which a man can be engaged. He who farms at random (as some ap- pear to do) will be like him who at random and will probably hit far wide of the mark. If we sow tares and ex- pect to reap clean wheat, or if wt allow it to be choked among thorns or noxious roomy. go of being s But these discomforts and  IIO V MULT OX. It. am I, then? let me hear.' 'You arc the man who kissed sister Angeline last iu tho parlor.' Angeline fain- in my IK-U- "li.' uid  uj 111 a riT. I nii.l Farm. 't vtork. I mil al t r.< o r-ir d atuS wii! VM of age. while .-itting in the parlor where were wjth. and tho happy bride a large company were doyouj gru0ms fonllj tliPrnsclvc3 husbands and know sir. I think I fathers, all within the short space ot twenty-four hours. This in an age of progress in more respects tlianuiie. Cincinnati, on a license suit, one of ihe witnesses, who did not taste tbe liquor, but saw others do it. testified that lie knesv it was whiskey he saw them drink, for he could tel' it a mile off. The counsel for the defence asked him if he drank any of it. 'Drank any of why no, don't you i see I'm alive''' <-r i Cleveland, a law- sotcd defending burglars and had liis horse stolen from since. On learning will tiU- F'.n'ir. advertisement wlio owned the horse, thief iinmediatfly returned it, without fields, where herds of cattle are now gra- zing so quietly and where ricli harvests wave in the wind, were covered with tht primeval forest, and the wild Indian here chased the bear and the wolf. What other States have been long years in ac- complishing in the master of population and wealth, tbe growtli to which they have arrived and whose course has been like that of the wounded snake whiuh drags its slow length along. Wisconsin ignoring the progressive. -tagcs, from the swaddling clotbes of Territorial infancy to the front rank among sister States, sprang at once into existence Minerva like, ready armed with shield and buck- ler girded on, and ready to inaintaui the right in any cause. Whatever Calumet moved. What the power of steam is to the engine, the lever among the me- chanical powers; tbe head to the body, the farmer sustains to the other mem- bers of the great social hire. Agricul- ture is the firm foundation upon an in- destructible basis which sustains the splendid superstructure of beautiful ham- lets, of thriving, and and com- mercial cities. For as fast as richly cul- tivated fields take tho place of prairie and woodland, these evidences of nation- al wealth and prosperity spring up like Jonah's gourd, almost as it ncre in one night. Of but little use would towns and cities be amid uncultivated wastes, or but little profit would accrue to the merchant who there displayed his rich wares, if the produce of the farmer were not marketed there. But then on the other hand it may be said that upon the convenience of markets and the number of depend the money value of the farmer's capital and labor. This is undoubtedly true, for" we are all but parts of a harmonious whole, wbicl moves along the smoothest when all parts work In unison together. The meebani- abundaut harvest, we must believe the day of miracles not yet passed and that one will be wrought in ouv behalf. When all tho broad acres of the yet untrodden West, that arc susceptible of improvement and cultivation, arc popu- lated, then, and not till then, will the best system of tillage be For now as often as the shiftless and itu-- provident manager has exhausted .bis soil by wasteful And insufficient culture. and consequently drained his own poc- kets, instead of easting about for seme moans to replenish his exhausted spil, thinks it easier to sell his improvements for a trifle and off for a new farm-where a similar course will probably the ame result. As poor Richard "al- ways taking out of the meal tub and never putting in soon comes to thebot- so the farmer who exhausts bis soil by an injudicious course of continual ropping, without returning an en t in some form to sustain itf wifl in- ivitably soon come to the bottom. obliged by tho pressure of cireuMtan- ces to pursue a different eoorse or le- movc to a different locality. There is not a man among all ind conditions of life, who can be so. ly independent as the farmer. Witt title Deeds to broad acres iim and his children after him. he no kinglj' patent of nobilitj to iiim. he is a sovereign. of Gods own making, over his flncks and herds that graze upon his fields, and his farm well tilled produces all that an appetite would cravo or his necessities require. To tlio farmer in t peculiar manner is tbe promise of tbe Great tor, that seed time and barrest shsJI ver fail. What to him wko is immured within the brick and mortar walls of ike crowded city, busily engaged in ike worship of Mammon in ibe oughfares of trade lo heed aught else,   

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