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   Chilton Times (Newspaper) - July 21, 1860, Chilton, Wisconsin                                THE IS PUBLISHED EVEEY SATUHtiAY MORNING, Y JOHN P JI U M E Al Cbllton, Wis. in or 82, if not paid until after the expiration of the first quarter, for six months IRiltra turn VOL 3. CH1L1W, CALUMET CO., SATUEDAY, JULY 21, I860, NO. 36. KA.TE3 OF ADVERTISING One Column one year, Half do do Quarter do do- 0ne square one year, Business cards of 5 lines, or less 5? 35 00 20 00 15 00 8 00 Business Ca r d s. GEORGE BALDWIN ATTORNEY and Comisellei at Law Chilton, Wis, will promptly attencUo all business entrusted to his care. --------------J M ADAMS, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law Office in Ortheb's Block, Chilton, Wis. All business entrusted to care promptly attended to. B. J. SWEET ATTORNEY and Counsellor Chilton, Calumet Co Wis. the County Buildings. at Lav., Office at 3-4 II. C. IIOT5ART, ATTORNEY and Counselloi at Law and General Land agent, Chilton, Calu- met Co. .Wis. Collections promptly atten- ded JOHN ALBERS. OUNTY Survcyoi of Calumet County be promptly attendetUo "TAMES ROBINSON. ,E ALERin staple and fcncy Dry-Goods D Catamet thathe will not be undersold by any establishment in the County. "IB D PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Will rtten promptly to all calls in the practice c Medicine and Surgerj. Drugs and Med ch.es of the best quality, always kept e hand for customers. Chilton, Wis. Oct 1, 1857. 1_____ LEE TVALKEli" ATTORNEYSatLaw.SolicitoisinChan- ceryand Notaries Public. W.llattend pr.rnptly to all professional business entrus- careen Mamtowoc andadjoin.ng counties. Office on sixth street opposite the National Hotel, Manitowoc, Wis. LINCOLN'S PICTURE. [Wiitten in belialf of several leading Re- ubhcans, and respectfully submitted to the arty tn JOHN JR.] Tell us of his fight with Douglas- How his gpuit never quails. Tell us of his manly beating, Of his skill in sphUingrails; Tell us lie's a second Webster, Or, if better, Henry Clay; That he's full of genial Placid as a summei's day; Call him Abe, or call him all the same, Abe will smell as sweet with either, We don't care about the name. Say he's capable and honest, Loves his country's good Never drank a drop of Wouldn't know it from a stone. Tell, again, abeut the cord-wood, Seven cords or more per day; How each night he seeks his closet, There, alone, to kneel and pray Tell us he resembles Jackson. Save he wears a laiger boot, And is btoadei 'cioss the shoulders, And is taller by a foot. Any he you tell we'll Swallow any kind ol mixture; But, oh1 don't, we beg and pray Don't, foi God's sake, show his picture' Five Minutes Work. thcio LAGER BEER SALOON. EGUCKweuld respectfully inform the friends of Lager Seer, and the public generally that he keeps constantly on hand a supply of good Beer, Rum, Cigars ASAPH Chilton, BY GREEN, Wis This house has recently beenrefitted from too to bottom. No promises made, nor flourish of trumpets. Butsatis faction Riven to tin guests, or no charges made, lhat is 46 f o HENRY Hayton. S BY MODLIN, Wis. The highest market price will be paidfor wheat attlie above Mills, and the proprietor keeps conbtantly on hand, for sale, an assoit- meiit efthe best quality of Flour and Com- YCUJ.G AJIFKIOA what makes Ma keep Budget at home from church to woik all day, and say it is wicked for me build my rabbit house on Wonder why our minister bought that pretty eane with the yellow lion's head on thc top, and then asked me for my cent to put in the missionary box? Dont I want a jewshaip just as much as he wants a cane? Wonder what makes Pa tell such nice stories to visitors about his hiding the master's ratan when ho went to school, and about his running away from the school mistiens she was going to whip him, and then shuts mo up all day in a dark room because I tried, just once, to bo as smart as he was. Wonder why Ma tells Pa he is cross when he comes home at night and says hia tea is weak and ties a handkerchief over my mouth so that I can neither speak or breathe, because I happen to say shs is cross Wonder what Jnade Pa say that wick- ed word vrben Bessy upset tho ink all over bis papers, and than snap my ears because I the same thing when my kite broke? Oh dear! tbcie aie lots of things that I want to know. How I wish I was a t MRS F. D. 'Here Lizzie, 1 wish you would put a few stichns into my coat; it's getting too 'It is BO Frank; but really 1 think you had batter tako it to the tailor.' it to the tailor! By George! but that's a huge idea. Why there's not five minutes wc.rk to be done, and the tailor would charge a dollar.' suppose he would; but I don t sec how I can do it to-day, Walter ia fret- ful and you know be kept me awako neaily all last night.' imp! it does seem to me never was so cross a young one no, Frank, he'? not cross; he's teething some excuse Well, you must mend my coat anyhow.' try and find time.' just lei him squall; 'twill do him good strtngthcn hii you know, day.' how many more excuses? I'll put it on rips and all, if you're going to make suokji fuss.' 'O, no, Frank. I did not mean to make a fuss; but it ii a long job and one I am not mueh used to, and with my dinner to get, and baby, and large ironing I do not see yet how 1 can got it done. But I'll do mj best.' froffi ]an flf the. Suoh was the conversation that passed _ _ Jr T -fo -c1 theiromne is completed. 111 be between a young husband and wite eighteen months standing and did let Lira cry a half hour or more. 0, how it wearied her to hear bar darling cry for its mother. How tears swam io her the thought of her hard day's aud the want of appreciation of her labor, She know she was making the 'ould coat ainaist as well as But he would never think of tho toil she had put upon it. 'And what if he ehe mentally ejaculated; '1 shall iu ray own spirit know all that I have done and that is enough.' Still she was longing, long- iug with sickening- beart, to have her la- bor recognized; to hear him now and then speak as if her work wa.s of some avail is not mere than five minutes work, aud the tailor would charge me a kept ringing iu her ears. Bat Lizzie was strong hearted as well as loving and dutiful. So she shook off bar discontent, took up her baby, sung icr prettiest lullaby, carried hinf round, with his little head on her she filled the tea kettle and set tho sup- per table, chirping to him as she did those things that required both of hor hands Thus she worried through sup- per getting, and with much, managing bad all things ready by the time Frank came in with his companions. coat done not quite' a woman for ye, boys One half of them would let a husbond go out at the elbows a week before tbey would theirs. All bound, He who by the plow woul Himself must either hold or'thHve. TmCmoPS.or TUB frem the' varieiu jmtions of the country in regard to the crops, are coat thoroughly. I guess ft willlaat an otbor year now.' a job, want it? took longer than I said he depreciatingly. much clcsr cash have you madt to-day, Staked Lizzie, in an earn- est tone. do you want to know was hii answer. my own satisfaction1. Certainly I should feel an interest in dol- lars.' five dollars then, including the value of my own much do you count your ser- vices less tban five dollars a day. 'How many hours do you is legal time now-a-days. I dent generally work that many. But what's all these questions Frank, wo are husband and wife. We expect to live the rest of our favorable for a largo yield The amount ef grain, it is laid, will :be larger tfaran any previoua'yearr-as more ground baa been cultivated, and the aeaion generally has been favorable t'o tbegrawtK. In the wheat harvest has commenced, and it was thought, would be finished thia week Tno barley cropa is mote than' t J than an aveiage oata will be very fair; flax will.be abort, but much better tban last year.- there wilt oet be a full crops of bay and clovei, but potatoes promise a large amount, for exportation: in Missouri, late raina have benefited the cropa vastly. It is estimated1 that Iowa will yield more wheat. this year tban in any one for Jke last four. Corn and other spring grain oropaf will be' abundant it la DOW believed. In Illinois tbe accounts are very favorable from all parts of the State. The yield of groin is immense Iu cropa look splendidly, spring uhcat potatoes corn growing rapidly. and both that and oats premising large- ly From Indiana the same accounts' are received. Indeed, we eee no com- plaint of crops except in some of the Eastern, States, where great drouth, the ironing is cemploted. ain't is so, Frank Burton was what the world calls a real driver. He made anything that went through his hands insure to his own benfit Everybody liked him be- wear, features, cause he pas so frank, and withal, so honest and upright in all his dealings with his customers. He was well educa- ted for a business man; lived in sociotj; ha-d raade up nis mind that lie could sup- Lizzie was taking her biscuit of the oven, and the young men did not see tbe deep flush of pain that flashed over her you bring in a pitcher of water, she said, pcasantly, net setming to have heard the question it is again; when I was a bach bad nothing to do "but to band my lives together, nod if there is barm'chy in our marriage relation, there must justice and right. You call upon one daily to appreciate our labors, ard-ro- mind me of tho comfort and support you are giving me, and I feel that 1 appreci- ate anything that you do. You have earned five dollars to day and the shop has oloaied twenty. Yet, to save one dollar, I have worked ton hours on your oeat, and six. in getting your breakfast dinner, and supper, and making your home pleasant and comfortable, to save you that dollar, I hare have had to hur- ry all day, to put away all my work out of line, and te really neglect our darling boy, who should bo our first oare and the last thing that should, under any cir- cumstances be set aside.' had no it would be sucb existed. In Louisiana there is; new C threatens tbe eorn and1 drought, which' rico, but the last intelligence waa a pros- pect of a change fa the weather. With- out any exaggeration of tbe fact, it may be assumed that the erops tbh year, axe as good as tho vmort favorable seasecf ean make them a job naa raaue up r ver to the tail him a port a wife, and, according to bi, recken- V ing save something to boot Yes, to be sure be could. There weie six dollars a week for board, one dollar a dozen for washing, and then quarters and dimes inutnorable for taking bis lady tances to rido, to the theatre, tn ice cream saloous, balls operas. dollar. and it was done in a jiffy, and no grumb- ling. No water to fetch when a fellow's tired, either. Lizzie was tired, tad ana narvous. want of sleep, and tho exhaustion incident tojsat silent, I know you had not, Frank, so I shall freely forgive you, but must insist that ScieaTter I must be allowed to be my own judge of what work I had best do, and shall not expect to bo tbrt-atened, nor hear myself assused of not being willing to do my duty.' EUKOPBA'B MARKBTS. Mark Lane (London) for 18: past week being' meet coldly rainy, very little progress baa beta made in tbe growing crops; ?Tbe aspect ef the wheat more especially is decidedly unfa- vorable to an average yield. AM if ring eern. excepting is still promise to look unhealthy; and tbo grass, which sprung up so auddenfy mi the firot supply of rain, followed fcf a week's fine weather, n now found te be thin at bottom. The probability JM that even with a good time to get it up, hay will be light. Though the 'northern de- partments of France are the1 general reports from tKat country are, on tbe whole, mere favorable than the Jlsthe in the j south', oats are expected te be ready coon maikets would seem to indicate, barley harvest has commenced mng w> uo my afterward, wheat en Frank felt tbe torce of her words, and j, lijMir ALSO Meal. All kinds of Lumber for Sale. June, 36. man! friend from tho low country on up he exclaimed, as ho cast this account, 'that's huge. It's enough to break a fellow. A thousand a It won't do. I'll marry and set tie down.' So he applied to Lizzie Forsytb, the best and kindest girl among his acquain- tances, to held him along in his geod re- solves, and was soon in the possession of now time so near for the "i. Iricnu irem mu JLMY _- tolSnfioot. of an extiao.dmary funeral that admirable burthen -to be supported n wi fp Will promptly attend to oil business en trusted to his care, in this and adjoining The buying and selling of real counties. The taxes on School, Unwwsity and Swamp Land, I have always a large number of IMPROVED FARMS for sale a of a ceitain altoinoy, the wit replied: you bury your to be sure we do we never do that in London said the other, much surpri sed; do you the patient happens to die, we lay him out in a room over night by him- self, lock tho door, and throw open the sash and in the morning he is entirely off.' said the other in amazemflnt; becomes of Why, that we cannot tell; all that we know is there's a strong smell of biim- stone in the room the next morning. "Mr Potter, 1 have been with you and you have not paid .........n the neatest stj le. I am very poor, and deeply in debt for Wheat taken-for work, and Cosh not re- fused. Watchmaker and Jeweler AI.D DEALER IN ThE BEST CLOCKS IN USE, CHILTON WISCONSIN Watch and Clock repaiung done in very best manner and warranted or no charge. care and in the neatest stj le. the! a wife. Lizzio was a good sensible girl, and P was soon tired of boarding. A snug house was rented, and tho work of sup- porting a wife began in earenit. Tbe five rooms cost two hundred dollars a year, and were prettily furnished. Lizzie preferred to do her own work washing and all, ani being expert with her needle now and then found time to make a dol- lar extra. Then, as it was a little lone- some for Frank, he brought home several clerks as day boaiders, at four dollars a week. Still, with all this he would tell his acquaintances how much leas it cost him to live. Now he supported a wife, he never seemed to realize that she it was who was saving all these expenses, if he had not earned a dollar, nursing her beautiful boy, sick, the hurrying to get mending, not to speak of tbe disappoint- ment in putting aside all hor own plans, thus throwing her baking and ironing in- to one day, for both must be done on the morrow, or the clothes will mildew, and the boarders do without biead; all thia was too much, Lizzie could not endure this badinage, though half playful, for she knew, and knew well, that if some sucb thoughts were not in his mind they would not have found their way to bis She hastily set tho biscuit upon the ta- ble, stepped into thz bed room, and burst into tears You may call her a fool, if you will. I do not. You might as well ask the withered leave not to fall, when One thing more, Frank, I want to say while 1 am abottt it. I tlofl't want you to talk about supporting your wife. I will not bo supported, while I am to support myself I find on looking over my books, that tho profits of my labor amount to five dollars a week, and tbe board of yourself, myself, and the' baby besides. That I do all your extra work and my own. All this saving has gone into your capital to be invested, and to help make your twenty dollars n Out of this comes the five dollars, yon call the worth of your day's work, while I must labor with really weary limbs and aching head and eyes, to save a dollar in tbe mending of an old coat, which, when done, would not sell for tbo amount of your ten hour's work. ehief complaint is made of tae rye, eight-frosts having caught io the time of bloom. No adverse of moment eomo from northern a gener- al lateness it noted, and rye is thought to be unpromising. Our ewn markets have all been rising, mere or less. tbe average gainjoeingl.s. to 2s. per (jr.; but whatever be tbecropi we_ have BO wreath- ed a farr price. 'future rates up tha time of gathering must be determined by the weather. France, and more '-especi- ally Paris, has been rery exeited, -Bel- gium and Holland have felt the influence; and this, coupled with English orders, had prices riso.in Hamburg and the Bal- tic. But, with fine water fn tbe South- ern Eussia, and liberal arrivals and weather, Odessa show lower quota- tions. BANK. Calumet Co., Wis. her busy bands could have paid thc rent my board My landlord say if I _ do _ d k t bim from starving. pay him to day ho will put me in jail. go tfae matter fitood, when he asked my Fetter, cooly. L tQ mend bis coat. Lizzie diew a the autumn gale sweeps through them; .You are making out a pretty strong as well ask the flowers not to suffer the cass against me Lizzie.' morning dews to exhale in sunshine, as to Frank, not a caso against you; I ask a tender loving sensitive wife, to could not do that; but 1 am withhold her tears, when she knows she One thing moie. I have been at work is wronged. She may forgive, she may tnrce hours since supper, while you have look an hour after bright as fceen entirely idle, not even rocking the the sky when the cloud has but cradle, which I have been obliged to do she must feel; and it is only when the] Qalf a dozen times.' don't say another word, and 111 never do so cried Frank character which win a husband's love in I 8pringing from his ebair to jog the cradle, tbe beginning are obliterated, when love wnero the sweet boy wasjnestling. turns to hata, that she ran bear from -You shall never mend another coat.' with unmoved differ- -Yea but I answered Lizzie, ad- tbe season for mak- ing hay ia approaching, we will" give a few woida of oaulion'irf adtfanee. Don't dry your too HayTOSy be dried till it is as worthless as straw. As a good coffee maker would "say, -don't burn your coffee, but brown we beautiful nature is destioyed, when, as too often tho case, the very traits of cton, t dry your hay, but cure Our good old mothers, who upon herb tea, instead of''potecarj medicine.' gathered their herbs when in blossom, nnd cured them in the 'shade' "Thir is This must WILL Ao a cenertil Banking, Collection kRTO been and Agency Business, payintcrest and ----_ taxes on land, examine titles, did you Exchange sold on Milwaukee, New York London, and all the principal ofl P Europe inq about to engage a dishes away as fast as possible. The coat was of broadcloth, and was Uv leave your last this wedding garment; but it as nearly uired a young housekeeper, worn out. broken under the arms, the new servant. 'Why, Cord and lining in rags, the sleeve but- J. O. THAYER, President H MAGDEBURG Cashier. __ you see, ma am, replied the applicant, ll tons worn off; in fine, there was nearly, vancing to the cradle, 'only don't tell me not flow long, her tnat ten hours' work ean be dene in five i was too good locking, aud wbon I opened a steady day's work. She sat down to slight or exaction ence, Lizzie's tears did heart gained its natural relief, and after minlltes, nor ask me to the baby pretending sho was getting Walter to again.' sleep (which sho actually she bath- gho lifted Walter from the ed her eyes, and came out. washed her stooped to kiss bis fair, rosy ebcek, dishes, and eat down again to the coat. mauo a mistake, and kissed each Frank sat watching her flying fingers other. Frank whispered for an hour or two, as he laughed and God bless you, Lizzie, I never tho't and cured them the philosophy of making good hay. Cut in the blosso'm, in the Tbe sugar of, tbe plant, when it is in bloom, is in tht stalk ready to form 'the seeds" If the plant is eut earlier, tbe sugar is not there; if later, tbe sugar has become converted to woodj matter. Hay should be well wilted tbe sun, but cured in tbe coek Better to be a.lit- tle too green.than toe dry. Jf, on putting it into ihe barn, there is danger of the deor folks took me for the missus the oeat with hearty good will deter- PAINTER Cliilton GLAZIER, wag passing by a retailer's mined to do her best. Her needle flew, mommt it had to be lain down Wis j i roiisill sceing bim nlea8uring OUtum to we to dinner er hush the baby The lasses, called out to him, -Sir, you have and b did all to shop on Sircher is best style and on icasonahlc man once asked a company of little ood for? answered. terms. Chilton May Tth 1S50 tie fellow pro aie good to make men away, and though she did all she could thc job was unfinished at sun- down. Walter ciicd incessantly He looked pale find his eyes were dim Sho romcm- bercd Frank's 'Let him s talked with his friends, thinking to him- self that every turn would be tho At nine o'clock she set tho last sticb. New had been put him, and new pockets, the holes under the arms neatly patched and darned, new cuffs, new but- tons, and new linings all around. As she finished, she koked up, with ttill a shade of sadness upon her fair brow Frank. 1 have mended your of all this beforo. I won't do it again.' Six years have gone by, and Frank has kept his word. old lady .from a temperance village lately attended a party in town. where of course champagne served, and was prevailed upon to tako a glass She drank two, when, smacking her lips; she exclaimed: 'Well, it may be wick- ed to drink, but its ng in the put on some will like it none tbe kn. Heat, light, and dry winds, will soon take the March and sugar, whieb consti- tute the goodness of out of It; and. with the addition ef a shower, render it almost Grass cured wltb tbe least exposure to tbe drying wlnds.jaud searching sunshine, is more nutritious than if longer exposed, however good the Weather may be. If orer cured, tains mere woody fibre, and IMS nutri- tive matter. T Tbe true art, of hay consists in the starch and sugar are fully 'develop- ed and before they are cotiWfUiFinlo bced and fibre rand curing it up to tho point when it will answer "to put in tbe barn ictfAouf' heating,   

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