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   Chilton Times (Newspaper) - March 31, 1860, Chilton, Wisconsin                                THE J- f t AT T U HA V M" KN 1 NO, V J O II H H I II K i Ai teilioit. n MIC i TKUMS xl r. t i 4 O- -r I; ir- B i u c i; Cards. i: I. i: j i off., M 1! i' M. I..- v. i- i :l. ,'v, A.. i v M v.' .J >1 V l> A S AUcsr.cy C' :r..: at i .1 i: i: u I1" i: A i i i t I- r J It I" K lit- ii .i i'.. 15: 1'i.m. V." A t H i T D 5: v t ft t., ti A Y T C H ffi i L L S IIEKKY MODLII7, Hay ion W-' in- -it Un- to: Sii'f. If -M Vfiii Jl t> W- n f v: v u r T i r- ..i. 5 i. it Ji.-a- r.ANK. C'liilfoii. to., i-. Odds and Ends. for life the man wbe married happily. VOI, :j. CHlLTUxN, CALUMT CO., WS. SATU11DAI, .WAECH 3J, 1800, know a poor fallow whe takee the palm in all his quarreli with kit wife. Sha slaps bis face, i _____ _____ should not kept in a stable where horses staccl for tha Q I reason tint tha ammonia nil! destroy the varnish, GAERTN3R ARSN3, .r.Ti.KS AND DIIA I.I3K-. I" C'th A. r. Lyii, .s 7i f y o1 A v .v. G-EIDLiS cc f'.S IN J'l nn.-ir i ii iii jlccinie. 2-40 The Old iu Judeu Etrasse. Onto there, it wil g-j hard if a prince cnn- 30 a city or nation recover ilsolt" something which to u-r the has been trampled Iro.ie.t that he puts all hi< HIS v.its MifTicioutly to obtain a livi.ig. If itn J. n. Ttlf: IlEWAUD OF INTEGRITY. In one of ih-j mi'St dist: ig'iished quar- tcrp of Ti aiihf..rt on Mait.e tin1 street .lu.Ici! rfiia-'Sj, on i, tie vervhrait i.i j tins city. :t v-.aa duiiot ti.id b't n. .-ir.-i1.! of tbe af.! is a lawyer in Plymeutb excossrvely Ironest that he puts all hi  neighbor JOHN GUCK, In one of the houses dwelt a Jew.whoso love of i :dood, such a jias-ijii e itcrcd intu his under the foil doniiiiaiiuii of hi.- hunesiy a.'.d g-; ii.y. The-c were j-jivtls which b-3 jiLcd far ab >VG the and precious stones with v.hiuh his sought to solnco H ol' all kinds, t'.ii'u.selves for their out d povo, fy of unbalance. ii- In Iy occupied by J. J nt. u er-tly to provide ajji.i.i'S the futp.ro c.jnti-.iroi.cies of fortune, ai.d "r _ I 1 1 T i.i.1.1--, A L.-.noi. OK -r'' I; high r.c i'-. N Tin-U'sirc, tbti-'e e.nhioncd ;i pu.'u F; -ni rV i; I ho ,ur ai.d j fco: iv .iti- i I! t'- i i "i _ bit) to tiio wiiiuii woaltJ and IIPP- M rv ..v .-in.] i-in nnkc "i-a G. u.u b.ibe nor 01 ty conij el chaplaiii was onc'd proa'clang> to a class of ci.Ht'cians about' the forma- tln.rc tii'.it-s of citroir.itv, in-1 i of "alits. snid he, Ihe Jew t.i t and asked wl-.enhe' tniist -ah ore the nusorttc no- I ;-close your oars, agcinat bad would bnnj; his triasiires, so thai he cesMtv that anri-'.undeil the unhaiipyj might be ab'.o f, a piivatc meet-1 Jews. Up hini.olf that, j' Tba students immediately clapped their ing to tb.-ir business. i least the and stately Jewess' t to their ears. find Dick, lira t you are in tbe I- S II E B O -y G- A N iy P for Wlicnt. v. The Ik'n-llcber Itoth; cl.lld a fit. o -in] .u j'.ir suci; a man. .-Matt.' y un e lit cm j i ear. iful a- her iiice citii in sbu wetiitb i unii Ci-nter a- d lei] iarcy of her GOPJ) es and cli-i i.ig-ti-'ied t'.ir this cuiiiir jiiii-jle that flaahca over all ;u tlie iayp, just as thi-y gleam over the lii-.g dove's Rothschild a-, g r.s s-he beautiful. Their hi.use i.eat a-.id uaautifaly 5? V I T II the fui W23 ail I i 1 i 4. k.. 11 i.j ______ of a fiimr.lc form, it "as made of rsre I O. h.'i-i cnnstnntly Tor wood, that would 'ic-.v brine its woiqht :J I- ,3 One wr.s devoled to sotB I Avt-nij-. ft very .'I F'iniiMii'i.', snily jiattorneci Chir.j, in pnri of t-v. ('..n I-'! !_' :uid Vv' -.-.-.t .A! .So f I la-ses i-.. u' inch In- irf ni. n. i! i .i ii. 'i in.-r i v -i r" nil' r- ,-ii i'. N ,1'i. and 'J-1'J lit'HI 1 OF f f which was worth turn aLJiiii-od comiiientcd r.n, and taken account .-f. It mi.li.iiilit thu osidt'd and tao au- counts liniftl.cd, 'A0'.v saiil the i see w here in v ti LMISIH ca.sL and y..ur M'l'o, I n.iij take a half of thii poor apj.Ie: baid a pi et tv damsel to a witty tbt- other evening. 'Xo, 1 thank JOB; 1 would prgfwr a 'I have them aiisti cretl tlie end hor ij-sbiind misj'it 'nave bc.-n i-.i'Sit prince, drawing from beni-sth vaU a benefit Led by tho di-posit ho wide giidlo. O.i 't had left with them, and thus the matter habit of taking my bast jokes, and fouud to press apart, with senrot in hi-? miiirl sing them your own. Djyou call and in its recesses, which di'oi.lv One morniiig. while ibo prince was at that gentlemanly- conduct. liticd with sc.tt ttool, was f-und a colioc- i breakfast, he was told that a person; ho sur c 1 do, Tom. A true gen- tion f'f tho uiost f.reeious and (bzi-.H ig wisiied to sco him on Uo do-'tleaian always take a joke from_a friend. f-tone? that ever B-: ceti'd the if tho sired h'n prestM-.c'O i'i the broaktnst room O Jew. ulnivc lustic wa.-; lika find, on his entrance, was surprised ard a s-iar, lubios sajihir.'g, cae1! of gratifiod by tho t cf his old fiiend, j-ii.icipality vroi'o in the: Jew; 'I said he, 'to speak about tho left with inc.' 'Don't n.ind ibiU at all, my in lerrup'ed the but come and take; o, 'I would fain breakfast ni.h mo. Xay, I siii'J is to lio, that in, piav do not mcntio.i tlie r.fTair. I rej'.-icc app'.ti to ji'iirs-slf ilia; i: was there to do your st wbeio to tin.c v.hen you must have nee d .wn. ar.d in this admitable 1 r.iit is .1 M-cc.i'.iii o: iy we will drink its icnicnv 3 urou .jf.v. 'iuu pliail brancj! vour.-c-ii it put ina jd -.-yj of.-.-fity Tho .lew took the- choir, from mbieli it vrili r.rt be rcir.-ivc-JI until 'J'elicvc me, Piirce. 3'onr tieasurc is iii sll sufo. iust as I told yuu. ha closet Amelia blushed, and referred him to- S-tfA. young gentleman of our ae- i-vico in a T'ai'i'anec, says ho thinks that young dcd it PO I'cftibc good offers of icarri- 3 are too 'No-ing by half.' being laic Jit chureh ciUcrad as tlie congregation were riling froftl curtscji you return, save Ny ci; which tha sseriiioe of my be dmnundtid. The frhut all I'pji.ig cyov TheJc'V and hia wife sessions ?aeriGced to the plundering ra- 1 brings happiness; no richea nad no cir- may was r-oire'ned ai.d again, and every" in childhood, if yoil eari, scani exniiiiiifcil without success. T he that, happiness is not outside but inside. rg were closed to prevent G.ie tld China, and. indeed, all our pi-5- A good heart and a clean conscience the clinafrc-in oi.c side the clus of Use euemy; but thanks to the cumstancos over do. T THE 01 turning wno hen ues'i iahed. '.vho were pi ad tn let t'hen I i 1 "I viirn-tic.1., S-jfan. f ouches. f lib in the Jsvr's cl'isei wbils Iiv5'2 upon tie nv't'ey they b.-oughi. Ah! hos- fnw could iiser.) 'j his closet v.as oftoii to ai d it-i onps nnd platen the ti o.i e ol as it, waa tl.c admira inn t.f the children of jien- 1 ie'er. Jl.ey, ii.deed, were never tired gazinjr 'ipo-.i thp iiain'ings and Cno i ''.2t ei-iicbed ilis cliina. Alth ilia outer cl-ipot was thus v expu-od row w.vild haro Iia- agi-'ed t Si .t behind its n-ccrs bai'k there "as an inner one con- taiiied jitii.ct-K iiiliej itances in fT'ild and diamonds. 'J his wa.% the closet, BO o-n.-i r ic'crl ei.'ti'in nut sal I u i 11 iv nuir. i, t il 11 v> n .1 ;i i t he ex i ei-ice in it wei e hidden, no t tho I1 :i .Mil- :n-" -I'ti.it.-t! t hat ex trs. bad pa vvncd ll.vi-r. a th h ,VITMI tV- R. vi" :HI.J Vi'ortliy Jew waste i.'.ri-.- ii.ii-- jiiv. i--t .n in Sin in. rciviiig pi'i.fito, but sirn; Iy tltuse which _ .-Oij.s ijjj ha I to hirf integrity to 1' i! i: R D Sf'll LlPil'PI XG. korji, and for v.hiyh he v.ouhl never be liuui'-t inilc- n j.aid. 1-i when tl'fi fa'i.ilv were about i j'p i O to !C! ;e ''e-Ht' n kti-'ck v as iieaid O.Jj.l i .1 iJtj'J. at ihe u r and was ai-w.veiod i'y i'no ort'ne 'IM A pC: iloman a' fim'de in l.is dress, a ,d i U 6t, and then c-.-ufullv slip; ina: af-ido a name of Israel's Gud, were able tol oar.nel. wLiohbai been so beaolifullv keep socrot the 5oa reposed in us' .d.tor ,n Ma.n. ha. n.w Wto ,T i known to drink any water He cave Sttsd iu that no L'noraut of tho sa 1 our property only your it. tho die to b. ored to you a. you gave it.' j heard water wa, u.ed a. a g.n.r- lowered The p.ne. _ remedy but the tlra. of Noah 'I have Br-arccly believed in TIJ ehuif. In a ino'.nent all vras prince b.i-.Tcd his iliunks, elsook handr his new f. ia-iJ was sorm the road fljing fr.jni pursuit -when it killed more than it cured. tue. my You hare taught me, widow of a celebrated raua- MIKIWYUAX. tho iiiiogiity of iheir fat'ier was aoundcd abroad by tlie nvinn.n, who dceiuod that wife's his th'inkrf onti alone wero not that it man's Ve inc..rrup-. ,jafj on his table; and be T have 'iln is Sonc where only his music can be Months pa'-htjj a-.vay into yoers and cruased ftiiili tho dignitv pi-.rlly excelled The wi.low of a pyrotechinst tiio eailj aid late. The lain; a i nature.1 'saw thlg, and bad inscribed on hor hus- btauliful Sasali watched tho crad o of i A few days nftcr the piir.ce cal- bands He is gone where only ber children wuh a mother's te-idar a.Tec- j led tbe hou-iu n Straase, and fire-works can be excelled.' Her aujbitioi: ber EOHB hir, girdle with not a atone rcis- -za r.'-i that they should beoome gr.at. firg. in that very ISOHSC the children! SEXSICLE Democrat but fjst-ci ir.j.i; but, she Uued they wouid j of JJuii-lletcr wcro educated in the prin- Michigan being hard up bt'oonia a .ittla r.ii.ra eucecsaful in Hfo c-inioi. of Lonor and ju slice. Everywhere' K00tj ,o Articles il.s.n their pUJ-Ji'ig kbr.iious gion. and u wbi--.Ii Ecd u.K Gei m.'iny. Fi i .'atubuig, Uretncu. felt the shock; and the poor, ai.d tho humble .Jew received not only, Jews hunted, t illu-td of wealth the trust l.ut the Cvunj.anionhhip of priu-i -Won! you lake my word, when I diMiMunced. and i.eisec'J'ed. tvc-.o scjico- uoj- nobles Jn fill arts of the coin- tell you I will call and pay your bill on Jy ablu tuci-capo v.ith ife; while the hor- i ir.ui'c.al wo: Id .-non hesid ihe venoi atir-n a delinquent ibie cry of "down with tho Jews'1 llt "-lay liis family are fcatlcted dcblor to a dunning creditor, with whom vailed over all other sounds, and ucafion- i giandt.st ei'ita in Kurope, 'be- bud words. cd tbo ears ui the poor licliews ihem-! the niciiR cl.s. o( linaucai tho ofj No. sir replied the other. 'I had campaign Ho that if .they needed any raore money iko would The woild beared the   t S J- 0 Y G A X. 1; y.v Wat Mi in lh n .1; Wlw-at taken not re-. J- Just iccci vrcl at tlis Srcj.a of I-i-jierFO'i was unknown to the d it Feeir.i-'l tiiat. was so to ti o strni.Eer.fjr he was pariicuiur in a-ki''fr for him by name. j He usiheied his visitor to the rnpni where his ivifo was t-till sitting a-, he left he1.-, cf t! o famnna wiiich httj.'d with wide gliis-5 d >rs riuiio1 At first the Ft ranger seemed hair1 j v> T> x di--pr.std to object to tbe j resence of riic, f i U 1 j-H lo-n-Iy Je-.ve-s but when sh.u ruined he l s-upurb Ri-k i.i'wledpted his own! 1 r-.v or Gooi'.s on rioHverv for 1 pictenco by a whi.e her a. d y.'. lf'Me cr-un: c: arcs relaxed into a si.iiie, ho M-r.: o c i.Jent infit the shr-nM v A. LYMAN. with b.ui.i; s< on unfolded. The .r was- a Gernian A.r 1- M' V r petS'ipal icason. was i t 5-1. Jl iji V. t., Use f o-n lie I'a t ill. Gils. Ciiass Iieui J of the pu-.ity and uyi igbf noss oi AND tlu n-.an vsith whom he had ccnie to daal.   the Hook? and Stationery. Clank Books, i woi Id under his charge, if be vrould ae- FANCY GOODS.tc. espt tbu ttust- Main St., Fond du Lac, Wis. 'I wish tho prince, -toretain r 41 e. 'enough for mj to a foieign land 1 ne iiousi; v. as i an- I everything cf val- j 'ier wera j own and v.a.? tckeu by the lawless French sol- ue diury o I'o so, rnful- reviled ba ,d lisepiug such a ir.agnSec-it wo- rn at, iu so pour a did not ee.iso by their country's t-o inorit, vUited her. she received .D the Mima which they had A Good ara iome- scenes of ludicrous corivana- ti HI. The other day a younjr lady stepped a well known Ohlabiishment in town and inquired of a fine looking young cleik havo you any motile colored la- dies' gl colored ladiea, a sort of the color of received their of tru.h; and the vour drawera her..' meaning th, .tore diawers, of course, which were painted young ladr was carried heme On 6 J i i i. .1 i r M i i nd the bravo, bcaul-tVi lioys, who dav- who know their' icbcl against the inul-itui-B. leceived worth and integrity Such a true in.-ults ci.d thrcurnirjgs fioni tha cl.il. of the Christians. sketch of thu g.eat house ot Jlolhs uhild. Gtnilomen of the an Aikansaa Jawycr, would you sot a rat C U R R A N an.! II :I A L 251 lVi.l rs in, __ Years went by. 'J he i rir.ce reltirned An eld haTiTg" procured a trat> to bear? you make e had Ecan bolli troubles aid O'-.s fljr a fl v.-hile ciailP.. ._ of yourselves by in the far country wfciuli iiuv-n to as a rufoe; and now had over it was hoar-1 to -Can't do it would like to, but newcd he-uah and strength, and a brave, a would like to have a nife; pccr buffal'j with a o' N Tlien how can I am sure you would not fnihT of tllt iro" ong s--i, it that was determined to j .__but must do without so of finding my client guilty of e life as it came, and bear on vritiiout J )noney js prnvi-iona are i wjn the of stron ta iiiurmuring. ho settled quietly d-fWn nearj won't consent to give any ono au Vmt 1- f-irt AH nrnnpfl lii-n vrerp t'-.ico8 i money for me can't do it." l raiiii ion. AU aroiu.u ui.n A, eie I..ILU i _ j of the recent struggle a foreign Quick silver is to abundant in Cali- p-iper advertiios, -Wan- that it is found in quartz. Ig powei; but as the grass spnngs up elas- ted an able bedied man as a washarwo- J has turned up just in lime to make tic froai the foot that trcacjj it 1 ether nilver tnrn out wall.   

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