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Fond Du Lac Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Published Weekly ky Edvtrft per aiuun, tthtrvlM at the UME 7. NO. 25. FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, MAECH 17, 1853. WHOLE NO. 887. JOURNAL. "ill. I.-MIT jMRXim BEESON, invariably In M k CKI'rit'r................. MoOreo, Butler And Exchange Broken Exi fmi on New Yertt nml Bwtor, X DW ot do un Clrvcfeunl, D.troll, On- V wr cl JunaiTdlt, Xptrcl. Sariiig, Wright Co7 3 i'iia'K'11' llflJ "ilinbova tliu rule fixp'i liy irtatiitc. I- uttt-nlion, POST Pile. JOB H (Hi on Mme form'....'.'.'..'.'. 9 MO hunih-ed................. B fit) nf tlici-ity Konrl ilu t.nr, K.-ec tv iroverritid, in uur c-lniriciiM, BliWAItn ItKKSON. HOVAI. BUCK. KKK1) ft BILOT.IKR. Banking and Collection Office. Land and Insurance Aemts, KONI) DU I.AC, WISCONSIN. KxctMOgv on New Voth, IVutoD HI. Louli, V ixr tent, on X on vvn Alto on culici- rittni In United mul oo KngUiul, Irvlnnil nml Pcolluiul, nt the lovrnit SAMCFJ, IT. K. 1IOIXEY, Ditsintss s. D. I r.. :it and Snln-itor in Chancery. irl witli .1. J. ,fc A. W. I'AINB. l.nw, unil Clmn'M-ry imici: on Muin Htrcel, over K. L-tw nntl in Ohmrn-t-r.vv fC- AVam-iiH in lilinrk, Miii'l A. 0. KKTCHI'M. nl l.sin-, nn.i in Ctuim-cry, I1. BATON. I :'i Wi-vonrfn. I! H. Ki.'HK'l'S, Ki.url ,lu IJMT, Otlicc ..T i- i 'intl Solicitor in Chancery, JOHN .1. iiirl Cours. anil Ju-tici- of thi; r.K lilt1 C 'iirt Fontl Oil AM OS liKRD, I-.-.L i-mn-ls of tV.i- Slati1 of Wisrnnslti. THE STATE BAKK. MADISON, W18. narahnll A Haley, MILWAUKEE, WIS. S. MARAIIA1.L, Oil AS. F. TWL15Y. mi Duffalo, Hnitou, New Ynrk, flrtnt llritnln, ''unlnnll.v for mte In to imrchaiien, at the TO AIT ABSENT WIFE. BT O. PHKNT1CK, brvexe termt to bring Joy, ht-iiltli, mitl ,M, in, wings ling lit to HIO niid uuw. Are gliuering Jh the onrly dew. Ami rterhimea trine from grave, uivfiikp thu fUuiila ihut move hike o'er you welkin Ilul 1 inn ur't 'Tin a calm, unliroktu la llju bin P. wnvti uf lliu A soft liko tt frtiry itronin li Houling over wiHitl nml I re urn, And umity a luugudlitt Hvwrr, Williin itsalitnlowy vvdinlliuul bower, gleuntiiig likfi u luviOy slur; But 1 nni rtion itrt ali.fl 'Tig on ifitrlh Ihe Niiuivr slck'U tlivir nwu Rtlen dyrs; The t-uuui idiwn mid iremliling glo Like liluKouiH in tliu wuvo In-low, liil raits of Inivmt nlloweil on mnn i tor stileii fcb (iiii merchandize Of every Description, lln' most I'uvorubic iiy LOSS OIJ.DAMAGE 11YTIIK Perils ol liy or Inlimil llontr.i, tii-'Uvcrii fni C'ilii.-K utiil nil pnrts nl'ihi! V'ul- Ilin U'csltrtsi nil-is. FIRE A'sii iiikoi n.H n.siiiil upon nil Uiitils nl' Iiifliirn- lilc ty. ut mod. Tati.' riilcmd I'rt'iuiuin by Anil like mi IIIIKOIMI sjiirii, t.lie brvexo liiigm-inj; 'niid.it ttiimn orntijic trees, Urentliing its nnnid the apiit; But J uui t llioo mil! with n soolliing gjiell The t'ur-oH tuiidii of ocean gwell Sul'ttu n mother's mild, Low kt'iuliiig o't-r Lernlft'uiiig child; And on truth 'wandering btvuze nru hoard The rich notes of the inocktiig bint, In many ti w HIK! wtmttruiiii lay. Itut 1 uiu null tbou art uwuy! k in low, iwot-l, ntul clear, own Utittr vnii'e is in my uur; inil my check thy twine own dear Imml is cln.sped in mine, own s.ifi lip to mine is preiscd, hfiul is pillowed on my brtiifil; my have all my heart ilenr, I um hnppy ihtni art hurt! I'm1 Kunil ilii l.uc City it 1 S .H Fonil ihl in tho i.-.r.r.cT K. ;rv. C. Illf i'.r >it .-Mill S-iSi-ilnf Itl CIlllIII'ITy, i. OMlL't: ill pjlvV h'.ofk. A. KAST.MAN. l.-i-, I.-H-I'Liinly .In l.-ir. Mm-- I -fl tlVr.-'-'tl 111 '111.1 Sll- ill .-ill jarlH uf the mud'. LAW, NVt-.vry I'utilVe, ftiul (icil Al.KXANPKIt II. 1UVIS, ill Solicilnir ill PlilinciTy, i i r of hi- i -'.lice ovtr Krvs' Main Kcud (111 Ivd-jiix'tm-nts iiiiil n-.mimm ricll styk- of lilaSHds, CliM-ks of nil krmi.H HIM! vnryhif; in ]n-'rit Store-in WnM'rf corner N. U. Piiriicul-ir paid to 'VVnIclies, t KIIIH'I (In I'M. n'21-tr WATCH AM> Cl.flf'K MAKKR, 1 to Ornit ntwrly Lewis wtii'ru hy will I'onthuMj to do :ill kiixls of work niMiully ilnne in his lint1 of Mr, Kdvi-.-u-ira practical Maker in Kitiriiiiiit, viiiililux him in nfl'li'iitl.v tci invite I In: ilww wlm Imvc Iliii1 wlik'h tlicy mint rrimirtd j in it skillful nnd woi-Uiniihlik'- nijinncr. Finn) ilu I.ar, April latisji. I Miniatures. n. T. M i n'ii! to nit efilM j Illock, f :i-l l..i.', S. WtJlfiHT. M- D. i- uf Main aim l-'irst Fonil H. W. lioOT. M. D. )'or..l 'III Wlncnlisln. H v.. II. IVAI.KBFl. M. n. I Dm Dailgcr lloUl. Mull) It. UMlli'KltliKOTVrKX takt-n iu thin I aculion of country, anil Mulling them for the Low Trice of One Hollar! fu.'i, or iinsiili-. Now who i.s ihe hit-ley iimn that will tit next, jtoonuovcr BlackBmithing: A T W 11. K I -N S' (J L D S T A N O. 'Ihe milricrii'er tiow jirt-jmrefl nnd will do all kltiiln (if irork in his line, to tin; fuiti.ifuctlon nf ttiusiMvlui niu.v ftivor him with Particular attention tu I.. 0. 1.1 NUB. li'l Iliook Foiul ilu La1.1 -.-i. Jitii.N rANTIU.ON, M. i I'IIV-MAS, I'ruflilioiHT of Sliriicry IlllH MM- 7 (ioor rantul till' House, ilu Idle t.. iwruuiiii-ntly In Komi (In Fond du Lac Livery Stable. s.-iitli'tm n Komi ilu IjUM-ounty nml j praftk-i-of S liim all opt i nl ions to xlvu i-nlire ffiitlc on KTJTS'rtore 4-1 SMITH, V npixwltv thf I .lii Lac, WwciHwiu. M ORRIS M'CARTY Arc nl nil girennrtil lo nwoininoilatt Iho imbllc with Horwa anil Hono 11111! M IIKHIIS, or liar-. r.'iiMonahk1 prlcen. Ifilntlml per WIIH who wiih to lufce e.xcntslnn into 'he country, j fan Iti'-m. Thrlrilrivrrnnrocivll, rtemly Kii'l In their IIHI) their horxi are tn'rfwtl.T anil mh. aik tin..... .lie. 1'J .t. H.AVU.HOR. Hcaty ilaile CK'lhinft, Clollui, Yunl.i.t'Notioon, Store ttpixulU1 i i., 1'iHiiI ilu [JK-. (Vitcutoln. j co.. anil HrovUinm, Main ttrefl, Ifmwl dll i utorc. SaWnaDti niade K. KBBBMAN, i H-_s.ly Clothinji, Cloths. OaMlmwen, Silkn, ilu L-ic. MKNASHA IIOTKL. j j WviTt; Cinalnr.-vt, Mriuuhn, Wheoioln. T.AIXJKR HOTBI-, of Mniu mlrcct anil STATESCOTTAliB. c.irnvrol Mjin and Court Fond dn A.MElllCAN tnlnntwl, Wo Hiv- imvt Hotel In the tttj. Sjjrtnf TV'j LEWIS HOUSE. nl r i N b r. >IIK wonM to the of the Hurroundinx country, Unit tie ntnrtert a UAKblNti AN'B CLOTH In tlte Inirn of fon't fin fountr- "e rwiv liv ilw tilth of June to commence cnnllng, ful- HiiK nml clolh, nn-l ilyelnji, In him two clmibln mMIng t.uM-hlncn, nml finning enn "i" la o IE H HT -a s m Y oo bMt M ftnll irf fiiv T Tte Mid bMt WMM mWttIff91 t tntamth Uc. nre tofuraiMt WbS. of 1 sin Thy Aroii Thy Thy Thy Oh 1 And LILLA OXFORD, THE HEART'S ORDEAL. BV AUSTIN C. UUHDtCK. Ho took up his candle nml went up to her cliiimhvr. He softly opened the door and entered, but no daughter was liters, nnd he was upon the point of tiirnitti; back, when a small folded note upon the table arrested hia tin took it ami opened it, und with stintling eye-hulls he rend as follows: DK.VHK.HT you get thlx, J shall have left yt'U, but I trust not for n long time. 1 know you will I) i it me me for tho course) I hnve taken, but my Imppiness is at stake, 1 am gn'ng with Harold Herbart; and I am to he hi.s wife I think ho will rnnke me loves me, and he is rich. As soon as we are married, you Khali know where we are, and you wilt come and seo me. O, kindfist, best of fathers, ]fl arn wr.mp, in.tkis, forgive give me. My tears blind can write no more. LILI.A. 'Lost, lost, gnsped the old man, as lie dropped the note upon the floor O! O! She knows ivot whut she has done! God protect her, and enable me to bear this blow, for now indeed I am With one heavy groan, the father annk back upon his daughter's bed, and the hot scalding tears rolled down his furrowed cheeks in big lava-like drops! CHATTER V. TUB HEART'S OIIKEAL -CONCLUSION. On, on flew ihe ciuriuge that was conveying Lilla Oxford from her home. It .vas past midnight, and the poor'girl's heart was gradually sinking lower and lower in her bosom. The thought .of her father, of the many had left behind, and she, her companion now took no apparent no- tice ol her tears. Then the thoughts of Jason Dor luff ca me optm re- membered all his attentions and kind- thought of his noble for- giving spirit, and of the quiet home he had offered her. Then top, srie be- gun to look more deeply into tho real feelings ot her heart, and the truth burst upon her ttyit she Idved the young farmer still. There had been a maddening, blinding, dazzling charm in. tho ami honeyocl words of Harold Herboit, but that had been be- neath the shelter and shade of her own native roof and garden; but now, now that HlitfWM being whiiled away thro' the dsrkrmss of ni.ght knew not; to another dark-1 ness Mtill, she awfii! trutHi of her ptirti knowledge rebounding back upon her heart wilh an awakening influence i rtystefifHlly gobbed, mo buck to my father. Let mo go home.' pretty goi too far now, to go buck.' Lilla Bfirtod nnd King Willinm, un thin ocaaion adtlrem ed a letter tit the Emperor, telling him that the commvicul of all natiniiH with each other were ly extending, the tratln of Japan not re main Irom movemeM. Tlitt Kinpernr, in reply, thafiked King ut Hullitiid for advice, but that of the Empire wera> lhnt nolhing could clmnged in the exuiing order of tbingt. An fuel calculated to act with great power the of the Sy rhe Chinese The drtHfMfdbl movement which had taken place etiwei the ditir.nvery of CeHier nin, cnnsijnrahty incioasnd the ManWr uf VHtMelii whirl) visited the PaeMfo occnn nod wliirh pBsseif or might paeo near the count of Japrtn. This eircunt- (li'teiniined the Amitrican ernmi'iil to former attemptt. In Hpril, 1851, it ezM- diiion, demanding ihe coiiclueiea of trustiy whirti would allow the mcnidti num. Two from tit the umall of DeeipH, opposite the port of Nangasaki lenjtci for the effected on Monoi of the Dutch company, who pay 60.0M fi-Hiics H yenr the privilege of tnle with Jupan. General H waTI ee (irivnte commuree ia very in the Dutch factory of ihe latter much leeare- stricted the former. nltBAOffc it to ed to duty of 35 per OMt, which the general commereo It exrmpt. This frorn ihe of urlidMMnt. WbUot the ouly ttntd to colonial proJuctioiw, and Englivh private tr flrmlii of luxury, tho seJe of which eat ad The pi-inripiil artirlea timoag raw material of national ilurlions, Ptumion her, cnjnbtit oil, red coral. ijttinhWt chocolate. oil, nplum, Venice Inii nettflf manufactured i Mororo Pemian leather, irimniingn of vnriout hniigingn, and prints, plaied of olry, tin ntiii iron fire i lery, and opt icil Sec. The t trnm JapM Hccoiint ihe Dutch gover Hlmoat ot copper and cnmnhnr; the furniture" pnn ItirqiKT, porctrlnin, dthrr of ready cale easily predict the rOMilt i by HIM csrtyii'g no than in the end opened Kor fure ErtgUnh cauttnn. and not tiij to yield to the which tre ho tit to be the Tht- prucc ai'peur A ihe baH itiowt ly interdict ibe to their.ehorem,
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