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   Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               ROYAL BUCK, Editor and Proprietor, 'Free Principles for Posterity, and ai epen, manly defeise of them. Per Annum, in VOLUME 1, FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1853, FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD, At BOYAL BUCK. TKRM8: One copy, your, invariably in I i delivers! enrrioi........ 1 ADVERTISING Ortfl ttjlilmn JHir "i inwrliou......... .11 inontli" lliret- KinvM nolietn c Ilia uboru ratin. hfly W ss vo 14 00 I W 10 U') UO :t so 00 Wh JOD WORK i nlcn (il-.nblu nindiuiii) t -.l slllMll 1 hiuvlri-it......... Knell luilnlru.1 llnlf bills, lirH hunilri-i Ka.-h liuii'lrcil nn samci I'lnii. Ulliirlur uilln.first hundred. Irnidrtid on itall i.nci.nHiii'ii [iriiMjr. per ln.to t WIs, first liinuh im x form, no a  t- 1 per ul. Cilictlllnvti, .limits- iiirKMiiea Itiici vill.j, -t Wrigtil BANKERS, Co., I-'OSI> 1.x; bA 'B ON New Y Wl.-i. rk, nml St at III.: pt-r cunt. ill-Mitll iitlll.r eiliin il) llll- un KrKjIiin-l, Irt-Uuid mid -tt rutin. -Itf   'I'liiiL in soliuide ululie; And like a ir.irp that hnunU "I'ill liy Ihe iiia.-tti.r hand; >'o ciMirtly ol'llm lln'i.ug, Ils bin-ied IUU-.IC may "I'm si'.unl I "hull hu. Nu li-ngi-r tnru, IVi.ni thuu. The Summer Tho .-tuinin.-r wi.-ln that tlnul anil .sliinu, 'I'he viiiniui-r iluivn fall, Tlinillih Oie.y bu, Iliisheart e.riulnu, la lialiti-r still ihiin all. II every clinid i< past, Wliitli latuly munuid to Tlml Iliipi. liu'lli wud yniing nl last, And nn'.v's llieir nuplial li'.nr With lii-lil tlm? round, within, nljuvu, Willi nanu'lit tu niiiku nue the iliat all we Uivu Wcru at llii  iimku lliislumr nue, Ami ru-l in ln-ru. sprite; only seven years old, but with such wild i-njick motions, and thai strange expression abotit her moulli, so childish, andyetao innlure. A smile on her face never lasted more than an iustant. It was beautiful while il did stay but In a mo- ment eumci a look which said too plainly, "Nobody knows me." Pear child I did not know her that day when sho stood by inu looking so patiently at iho line of A, B, C's. One after another she repeated them lorrectly till about halfway down the line, find then there ftea a full stop. She knew ihe letter to which I pointed, bnt I might :u well have undertaken to open thu lipa of one born dumb an hers. I spoke sharply to her, and sho looked up nt me with such a patient, resigned, yet defiant look, tbat 1 thought crisis had and to meet il 1 must resort to authority. I commanded her to say the letter; she was mute. I look my ferule, unclasped one of iho thtlo hands she had folded over her I osom, nnd ''putted" it hard as 1 cared to; that was not n child would havo scretimed for less; sho only raised those black, unrciidable eyes to mine as coolly as though she would have said, "are you sat- islie-1 I'punt-hod her again, harder than before. Her eyes looked at me still tearless; her lips were gently but firm- ly closed, and her thin, beautiful face lie! thcr Hushed nor pale, but so calm, so in- comprehensible. I was baffled completely. There, she her little spirit-like fig- ure scarcely taller than my knee, her hand in inine.rcu with the fertile taps, bill every feitnru mnl every limb as calm and still she wt-ru chiselled in marble. She had verv dark hair, nearly black; it was too short lor ringlets, bill lay in Hull! silky air Is THE SILVER SIXPENCE. you mid, a ragged littla boy to a group of young gaily dresied urchins, lis he came up'from markot street wharf iri Pliiladelphiaj do you see here, I've a silver They nil set up a hearty laugh. snid Jcromiah Budd, whoes lather was H wealthy, shipper, "I have got six silver dollars to spend on Christmas; and that fellow is proud of a sixpence. Theodore heard it, and looked thoughtful- ly on ground for a moment; then reeol-. leeting himself, "six dollars to mut- tered he, "but siipanca to keep is better than at." Theodore kept bis sixpence in his pocket carefully wrapped up, for several weeks, when o'ne day, hit ancle, who kept a fruit shop on the corner of tho alley where ho lived, said to him, Theodore, your sixpence don't grow in your pocket; you ought to plant it." The little boy understood him better when liu lotd him, if be pleased, ho might buy that." according to the rules of the religion thar professed The governor's logic WHS pow- was in the neighborhood of John one day, and mooting with him, accepted an in- viltttiCD to dine with .him..' Conversation as usual turned upon the subject Now says the Govnrnor, after a long discussion' of the point, "why will -you not inarrj Sarah Have you not taken her to beyour lawful replied John' "but my concienco will nut permit me to marry her in the form of the world's people wtll. But you love "Yos." "And respect Lerl" "Yes." And eherish her, as bones of your bonu and of your fleah t" Yes, certainly I do." And you love him, and respect him and cherish him t" Certainly I do." cried the governor, rising, by iho law of God and of the Commonwealth of From the H inland Herald. The Liquor-loll Eleey Not a sliout was heard, nur a croaker's no, is lluii-ulc to the Court tlnuso, wo hasted; Net a "soger" moistened his thirsty throut From the. whUkey there spilled nnd buried the "cutter" there, in sight Of a goodly number of people; By sun's rosplulnlcnt light, "Just in t'runt of the Court liousv? steeple. XouBeli-.ss there were spoke, As we look from the wugon the barrel: But ve thought of ihe nost-Sftctl broke. And the midnight row and quarreL Few and short -were tho jests we laid, And we Ihficght nf the toper's aorvow, If fwrchance he should thmn p on that ba.mil All empty imJ lone, on the morrow. We tkought of rags, nod squnliJ And how sots anil muttw, a heap on our subor hunds, has ahvnys assured ami re.ssurei.i mathat ihe gospel of Jesus Christ must Iw a diviue ity. The S.-rmon on the Mount cannot bo a mcrelv human production. This belief en- ters into the very depth of my The whole history of man proves it, DAMEL NUMBER 45, Composition, Hiitory ud Kovenenti. The recent sppCAtanci; of a cele-ti.-i'l stran- ger in thii sky, revived the popular intrr- ssl in comets their history and The comet wuicl. it now vwiWe, Jii- eovered on the NXh of Juue UK, at Uottea- JMI, bv Mr. Klinkerfiwe. anJ it it remarkably bright beautiful. A few nriftnti since dUUno fro'" naenu i rt TO.OOO.COO of MK! 'roni From tlic Kiiickerbockur Gossip with Header, and Corre.pondenU Ther "OW Ga yet the same pen that sketched the one, ot- S3 has kindly dashod off for us this imprei- re is no great resemblance betwen an j snn The diameter of tli-j and the Crystal Pulv.it nucleus was 11 Kcondi of !i of the other: "Temples many have been built; wreath ed Corinthian an J solemn Gothic, simple the altar of Eden's second son ornaU) a> the Pantheon of tlia UretV; to sunermil infernal and Iwt ill bu.aca UM ll'.l, .......n... Wbon Uii-y si'.ieLled thu tunica, from the gutter.: and those ot Crystal to the MIND-UI- the periboikHi hu ot some fruit in the market with it, stand in Connecticut, I pronounce YOU to be husband shop and sell it out again. Ha embraced nnj wife tho otter, doubled his money the first day, anij rajje of J0lm nnd Sarah were of no knot was tied by the :iighest authority in the state. l Tyler, l-'i.nd '.in l.iu: nil K. wooo, i I ut h-i'V, ii .ry. r'l.irl ilil LOVE THEJJTTLE d Mliin s 'irl. ini-.sr.Mi.-r r.illiwiii-.' 1 ll'-k- j V 1 New v .11- .M iin st "in-, ti it .-mil'i iii walks savag- am ill ll.i- .-lu.lv happy. I' iif- yon i.f ils I mil tlicm I v.-.-l. it I ma'am dair-s i.f l.i-r pupils e uhal f> u-nl in niiMlnl win. IT a wiirlln-r at play i.r but litth.- of th-.- at :ii-i-.i-  ,1. .nm in, eve Another come: uxcitemt-nt. 1 procured some prepared gfco twine rouml your neck comes j the bosom was like n billow, and the iipsi ty4 !_ v.; caalk, ,-.iul applied it between the ridges of IVoii- ih.u womai.'s he-art of thine an-.! the listened with ihui without any tlos'n, imtl all round th.j fing..-r. and ho bnrel of grcalful ihanks to Him who even. iniclais, or'bo.lv. his -u succeeded in drying the oozing and abraded flesh then with a narrow piece of soft lin- I 1 _ ,T 1. I.. en 1 succeeded in polishing thu rn gcutly drawing it round the ring The swollen I than applied silvei- to the whole surlV.ce of the ri .uick- In or body. "I his a: l "Loftiest a I roplie: i-onieinbeied bv most of our ivadcts. It -.jines! 1..IJ away could not biu the temple veil; u, i'u siyht a days, when you turn with Hoavi.-ii be rent, that Iho great faliric i from xbe sun "i'.h in- tearful eye from the toys, ,-nid books, and j loom of Uou should obey, velocity. To the the coir.- note-s even thusp: Suppose death the useless robes moment sho saw iho right feeling in lae.ihe was ready to meet it. "As fnce an- nwcrctli in n glass, so doth th i.f man to his friend.'1 hearts of I e heart Yes, and so do iho -lren. out uv-> in Cii.'iin-ery, Kun-l da mi w.'lnu-nv. -v ttl I.I.IAM r. n.H.'i n. uit.i.r.t r, 1 Couniiill'.r n' v over K..III! ilu l.lic SI ll> and was asked, i your 1'hy.si ii-y nni ina-nl Sin-u'.....i. "m.....ll irKil1' Su.....t. "f llmisi w.n. WILKV. fi. .-i.in an 1 SIK ..I ilu l.iu-, W W. T. tuid Surili'i'li, iitleli e in Seu-e n I 2 upon mi', r.i'.l.-l nn Why our I was surprised by thn ijiicsUoti, startled by the torn in whii-h it 1 I, "yo as well y >u can, don't, you I" "Yi's. we iln for yint, but Mr. No.-.naii lo whip us hi; leached lii-re." Now Jimmy Urist'.l he con pointing lo'om.- of iho larger boys, "voil haven't struck him a lick yet, have you No, imlc.'.l, why-iiotild [strike him? He silw'avs beiiavi-s well, ani.t has g.iixl les- forward, when one su'.try day, just as Tie had entured his counting room, a thin .tiunilid figure prc.-cnted himscif at the coun- ter, ami asked for employment. Ho wore a thread bure suit of black, an old hat, nnd nl most ready to drop from his asked Theodore, "do i thua three minutes the rincc was (bv pressing it together) in four pieces, to the great relief of all fni'ties. In a similar manner (wiilmit the chalk) [sorn; time since extr.iclcd a small brass from the car of r. child, who ebild-iiko.. uttlis t'lloSC: ever tin- >h: feet have trod cla.-p of a littl you feu! hand in yours; you turn from tin- happy 1 ir.olhers whc number no mi-ssiiig- lamb fi their Hoi ks n siiuuj riuglcl a rosy check, a jipi m 1 swing siowlv aside, are strewn Telescope sleepless Kycs: th lint, hero iioseliiiles HAND h.-. hen fi.-t tocn ju- th.j Dr iiad inserted it 1 full loss of digni- i.v in yielding to her, the little uneeu ol .._ _ self coi.lrol, but thu memory cf '.hat little .felibi.-r.iti-ly and pati.'iil face was never (ant to arc disagreeable thinijsi, and in this instance I might have snvcd them all by doing :.t liiit whiit I did at hist. J.ovo the little ones, Teachers find let them love you. Tlmy need no teaching tor that, only let them know that they may. farmer. his shoes weroi feet. In what you wish for "In any was the veply- continued the stranger, wiping tear from his eye with lusco.it sleeve, "my father into thci eavitv of the ear. fnl and t-_- The more painfi dions, but was successful. The tii-jdu.1 mxrimiii. 'J'lic rpiicksilver nt onco permeates the exceptions of iron, steel, or :md ainalff.imales with them. Jt inimedintely and ren- ders metal as hard and i.s briUal a.-i rlass. lleiice the case with metals 'l Mr. XoiMKin said he wastho bad-jsek Skeeter1 Incident. Ono Lvening in passing by Hotel 1 observed a hiigeKoiituckian leKiiing agnin-t ihe railing, ho scratched himself uecasion- allv "in 'a and miittcrwd as fol- lows 1 Well, cf skcclers ain't the all fir Jest m- was a merchant, and he brought mo up k his profussion. 1 should, therefore, be glad of employment sis a clerk." Theodore looked at the man closaly. He thought that he saw some lineament he re- membered. "What is your name." lie askad. The stranger hesitated a moment, hung down his repH-d in a low voice, "Jereininh Hudd." "Ah I" paid Theodore, recollecting him amalgamated will) quicksilver can bo bro- cr voice ynn look f and bi'OUL'ht near that dim curtain, and the thwatls. spavklinr; out with stars, liko dews! You wa'.k 1'ie busy sti-..-i.-t and turn the ppidi-r's" web, and soon iho burn--- 1 iiivoluntiii-ily whi-ti a little stran- j i.bm round the base of the  n-titiition of 'I he :is the soiid or d-.-n.-e-t 'of the coiiu-l. Some suppose th.it the t-liii of mmcti nro transparent, wull their nebulosities, and alli-go as pr-.-'f. thai i- blem of tiie ntT'-. at onoo the creation i havo been ihrough a I rival of tiie ll.AND; liiat I.a.- passed on Xbe accuracv of .luch statements.: i ..i r... i i i. i i'.s, freight of hnmanily, beyuii-l (h- win you must gn backward and mantle of evasion over the moral Whonce shall come- to ilmiilders to bear this 1: uttermost that, with loullei-s .-mew, respect to the ,..r liKinnoiii tram makes Mechanic Man a snpi'rniini'rary; which goiiOTiJIy nivonipaui-s it is even he, w bo 'laid hands' upon stubborn in oppoMiion to the sun. i-r on th.j iron, polished steel, and ghiaining till Iprolonsiition uf the line which would j.-in as with 'touch the mutal caught i ij.e suii and the. nucleus. Dm this is :u- of the HAND. j Kn'_'inc is "a memstcr. He 'ihat Steam the case. tho lortiiros the the'tail has been found nl i-ntantlv ".ind you havo gotten clear of- peace, But woman falls from her your six dollars long ngo, I fancy, Jcro--eminenco, and sinks the guardn.n nnd the minh.' lul strife for for l.llv ti: nil iMlVs iii iii new Jliuii I'ln-iil, U e.-t iu .-cho -1 and and I wa-sjiist thinking what, lio in him i.n.. ib.y. ppi vvliv call mo a congaron learn, I won't lake it personal. Last night I l l''pl amongst :i perfe et of d the way I hoy bit and lie alonjr bnek will lestity, am '.litnmy didn't sei- him, and yfiiked him I (it, wa.- perfectly insjiirin" for a gentleman nver t'hc bench backwards, and stmok him of Uip'.nficeal imagination. A teller lole ine -tllL'V raid Jeremiah with a sigh, "but 1 have not forgotten the ragged Httlo boy with n silver supenco. Had 1 boon half as care- ful of my thousands as he was of his pence, I shfi.ld not havo been here friendless and pennvless this day." There was a half triumphant on Theodore's face, as IIITI took the hand of his vistor, which seemed to spring trom n self- feeling, which wns excusable, rtly from tl I chcrishcr of (Hire and latioini! enjoyments in- to vain cofinctLo and flattered idolater of fash- ion, she is n-iworlhy of an honorable man's admiration. Bounty is then put at best. -------'A yirutly play'.liins! llcar deceit1' We honor thu chivalrous deference which is paid in our l.md to woman, -it prove that our men know lion- to respect urtue and t: American Mannert- DR POTT tit, in a recent address at wards humanity's self. It has lungs of i Jogrces long, while the other was or.y 3j iron, inilecd, and no delicate leaves of red Jegrees, nr.d it was bright enough to life, but then, il is ihe calm, Uur. "'if WE sn ppem g'.a'S. In however, it breathe, Unit fills its ponderous ;s foum) the tail iiiclin'W cor..-iantiy t-> it is nearer kiimint than its paining wards the icfrion last ipiilted by j shall sav not a more iormi- HirealVection, and that our women are wor- thy of such rcspce'.. "Yet woman should be soinetl bativ, ina-te some remarks touching our A'ncricanisms" which it may well become us to improve upon. We give an extraU: o ih it d.im'N alltllo afraid that a great many ,viii, bud.ic 1 people in this country are rather loo prono lace of India, the 5 to undervalue this part of ednc. lion. Of Ori.-nt, to the, magic at the dull of th into the thotighls 1S07. Some have sup] 'the ded tail is r.o.hintr more t! rfllUS JL aiul ci.iivxniiflil riHiiiw. ti. ailininwtnr to I'm wnnt.s liiw l-Mty i.f Ki.nd ilu TJIC, wilNKKY, SALT AND I'OKK, CON KO I'll >N It Y, W DO D K X MainStlrn-t. Vun-ldii I.nc, LEWIS HO U SET By Jam09 Ewen. TO wull fitrnUtu'tl Attt-ttUvo ntul ttrf-s in n'.tt-ndnncu Shaving-and Hiiir Dressing, IN TIIK MOT Al-l-UOVKO JTT1.K, J'JU FKASCISCi.) Dli .I'AULA. U. COirAllFl, DU .110 K C UT V'! SALE, K X C II AS G E F. n. MCCA ere masluien, sure So when ratVrs were above my reach, and llie tv Jrapi-ry hung ill heavy festoons along Ihrir whole length. Hv'-ry in'e the .vhool room had been turned upon us since tho moment .lohimy mentioned Jimmy name, and 1 tl'n! m.'l reprove them, but llii! opporluni'.y. I always like to ,-verv one of the lo turn tliiir at- _ t-ntinii" fiom the faults of their teachur lo you your hist chance, or l m a )c piac8 where he the fol- llheirown dulU'i, noil gave ilium one of: r in less than a miml I were tlui-e f-imiliar alTeclionaU' lectures that do Cut I did nt caro I stood nifht come, 1 sot the net penny nigh my bed, shucked myself andjgol ill. Bv and by whilo -.-.Un raw led the 'skeeters commenced to congro- t'.ouds, ain.1 about three quarts under inv shirt and went at it. You blasted reptiles says I, bito Married in Spite of their Teeth. Old Governor Sallonstall, of Connecticut, who nourished some sixty years iinec, was a man of some humor, as well as perseverance in cffectinr; tho end desired. Among other ecdotes" told of him by the New London tu LI.... veil all' tninly, f. r anything! finical orallecUon i.i manners. c don t v K.ir want the manners of a village dancing mas Hut gonui'.ie good breeding, gimllc modesty and propriety of as if in its progress trough an etlwrial ir.f- it hucl-.-u- lhe i-on.v. through the "mailer forming it more resistance than that of the Tho is generally cnlarvrutl to its di.-lance from the head and in cerUin CBMSI it is in'-> branches as alrnady noticed in th'.' ,.f .-K..--1 that tii-: entation of the >i-ie> i and not the improvements of t'.ie elevation of iiis licr.rt. The Hon. Edward his late ad- dress nt the Plymouth celebration, speaking of the present agf, says that it is- long as ihe State shall foci it-it-t obliged to spi.tfwns" for ils legislative solonga-, ihodirocto.-5ofour find occnsit.-n to a'.tach to the inside of ihe l-rinteci requests to the -s to ilisiante of this city, says a Lrtncastt-r paper, ivsai-o. and old Court Heiitse had paid us a visit a few astonishei.l to find it iiightily 1 tell yon, for 1 calculnted the net have irt least, bushel inilanyhow. aroiind mo. Johnny resicd his bright sir, when morning came, 1 went to head my arm was around the mashccn, mad as thunder and swelled children's hearts so much good. My liltU (then, were but awful Bnt, would you believe- as looked in, there wiw'nt but one nuiskee iiiv u-Muiini'iig --ii '-'ir'.s and nine bova crowd- j tor Hutched, he was ttjt'j. ed'W near eonvenieiu-n would LKm't talk to me of nets! said Ken him, nn-l with eyed, iho oilier 1 held a little wild- ....king girl on my lap, whil d- uld perm alf prutiiable as it would lit Of ihe various which have flourished for their day, and then ceased to exist, wns ono known as the Hogerites, to ca'.led from founder, a John or Tom, or some other Ro- who settled net far from the goodly Tim sliiztinmi'chail 'f'tlPt. Ol I willvi-nturci to say that h tuck, in conclusion, they're itioro of a hmii- 1 town aforesaid. The distinguished ienet of of tha sect was their doninl of the propriety and scripturalily of the form cf It is not good tor man (o be alone." This usc than' skccUrs' .themselves.1 MAIN STREKT, ,lu Ijic, been over thuir books, and .ptile as pleas-! are. antly v if, instead of imitiiring into John- nv'i meditations, 1 had split his head on Girls, don t gad about I nnd sent Charles and .litnmy ami into the kitchvtn ani' lllV _ _ _ ,1... _ _ _ _1 iU.-, nrf nt Weir they believed, and also that one wife only should "cleave to her husband." But then een torn down and that a new one was in of erection. lie camd to town on vi-.- tails of cornels as alre-i-ly i covernn immense spacu in comet of had a 1 to OS dwn-e--, that of 1511 to S3 !and that of 1770 to 07 detirces in t of a (arm, and so that some tails inaS hwc i thoofficeofaconvovancer. re- from the zenitli to the horizon, ihe the t.-tii of the comet.of I'icO livery Stable! Hj A. Barnhnm. OS SlIEBOYliAS struct A ihe of Hurjos Unr- of biith and Dick scampcrinn up rafters for cobweb lontop the blood. I taught there seven J 1 V about the street ao much. _ and assist your moth- er." and 'learn the art of. housewifery.before u trouble your head about beaux, or think Come take advice of a bill Mr. Nootian's legacies, the of gelling married. ,t.t..v birch switches ami cobwebs were of friend, and try to be good for no use lo me from that day. The ferule, 1 had ii-ed ilia day before, nnd on iho hand of th-'.t same imtaraablo little thing wt on my iup- Ml alrial il was! I had been actually of the child, she was such a little witch-Ilk, in charging Some of you know not how rediculous you appear when you put on airs Mnl pretend th.it jou are too good to work, tliiifbould be aniattcr ofagisement and live man and wife, with all forms of Ibe marriage The old governor frequently to call upon Rogers and talk the matter orer with him, and en- deavor to ooniince him of the living .with Sarah an he dkl. But neithw John or Sarah use spittoons" and not the floor, and not An nge supremely skeptical and supremely j to vut ibeir feet upon t f. f., ings, which pot-house clowi ashamed to use in their intorcr at M-rshileld, ,hic if our matchless Cbo.ite, stance, who hat just electrified the land with a burst of not easly paralleled in the line of time, if sent with a message from It was atnat-iwaiuscot, Be ia choosing a friend but slower would give up to argument. It ter of conscience with them; they huppT together as they were; of what use a mere form be I Suppose they would thereby wens they not bound to to taks up the crow, live ery with a voica like i age I say that beliv and tnecrs at the earnest men, .wa ecce of faith. Kription DAXELWEBSTEK. Bora Jan. IS, 1782. Died Wai, I got up tree day 'fore to rr.or- i row." "Wit was you -As to the nature of the I i comets their origin, cr the of which tbev are art and it wouM voting lo w; speculate D on Uua i- could be preteoied to higher of being would be-hind the niuscot instead of coming in robet of light   

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