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   Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               10YAL BUCK, Editor and Proprietor. "Free PriReiplcs fer an epeo, nuily defense of ABM." Per Annum in VOLUME 2, FOND DU LAC, WISCO.flBR: TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1854, NUMBER 17. (JITY HERALD. i A WINTER 8BB> 35 Thy nxif in 'citir, tlm ronj branched tothn and bj' ring the couiw of lliattVti? iiy''t warm ami di. rfiil Innne. finality, fultoued it. It' But tee, up a rocket fur 11 tilt n the w nt r im, ttiriied t lei, after aome tanco ami breast, in t pi -ple'tan. wi> i romj. iii Brij iu the right, at.d It is Mi.jor Gener. 1 10 lu-a-l llie .rreni nt fou.xl ourwl at the font uf n street, nl 'cries in tli t rockat, I unr 1." V.( t tj "f Lict' l'l pmin I liow l l uith KJ. ti f Ce ami Tavlor, itut lire nmde with aiijr military c.sntion ur tkil a jr-truit, honorittlv 10 ourvlvM, fl'id but inswcr rf But prt nniform brnodei tie broad promuioglv belietc i ttien, that Jan. mid crcutlioii. mib ribtied wonted boa.-and M iy j immpeta w ere like fire-irons, and that auklftS aulleolj skullkmg through ni ery under tlwj rutttm (lie guy rung, tli i prult) Inml ,f 1U1 illto I nrrer wiw A c but I b i one hull girl proaa pouitd ritkt) upo i Slut land ponay, nuii .tiuxlnT girl bayone.of a irwriiie iu VVoodvrica duck- I land itself A li tie deuJ luter of nf her cake to n four unoe of rarlt child I love and iu to draw what we tilled fairy! ij-" llur  sciioo'lwed, ulieii Jio unljcioaa pet! mr i jgtUi Written luc UM FoaMain OttflomML "He's mj finnan iika Hi J iiplbj mm Vi.d rH, wlmi 1 of linn, I cannot ihooM bat say bjtHvile cliildi li scia ii njr fn- dally. bill it I (tvv mi'', tlie d I liop i, in thoM (addniaf God lli'it vmrniag muthfr'a fctkrt, bulls rip sami .vip Winter Hiiwt wound Imn; tin UcYmrn kaolers i UM duiU in die park or .hd., rtnUiwJ mono o' tin oU! weir MS. Tfciti in w aiKJ birds nn.l lli I "10 l troin her fimj "Jar. tlte lllB fo i, Ml hour, he inta to theIdten i furr elves the r oneen (dr.iwn "r Uw.i. into tlie UMMJ! Wind KM! Ml ausy from under Is I blv lie.-. I like dufornied >'1W vlle fcuaeW rMrlMMU.MM t Hi nr.t liun.lr-.l MMt hundred .m rtn Hi nr.t liun.lr-.l tutiulrrsrl 'i. ii-'-l un ih.i i it' thetroujK the rn 1 uf the the t th cl.nlgu ilu.-alurp and pr d fire ,f ilia mu du pioirof he c.n.nun Lo loud unn.ihs our nit-n the hi-iirl lending i-rlud i'f the liutthaip H f' 'dl st.n.-d to meiiase ihe Her i.1'uiie- tue iifdi'i--. 'Koriiiml n.c-i Cap MIII hid.ITS, '.iink Br.iyK'it hiitiery dunn thu I d.iiin the lull tl.ul h.ii-.ert i amu Tin- Infses nl r'nll jr, ivliiteiiel n ith I'imtii itnl the Itt-aij c.nrio'i ike feNtln-r.s h'-l-md iion'd-trikt- ijiittist n hnii.iitoni' i.x.'k, ,md INJIIIH! it v> -re in o tlie nir. On the run iimie came douu that I ill. llthir- Di LfiTs I Iml L.ITTI.E CHILD RE 4. tel, niocifia uu MCI ui-ceni ;i ic a "in tliiTdi-iiiiimii'l u nkin 1 tiHrlm rte..i nn I ul ut tin, klljn Du! j eiur ..IKIW a cl.ll.i lo in U'j; or a to a.- in -ei; et, 01 Lo Did Unl eicr g TOII.I i> ni era I often wo x.kct uiuiiu) ui fl 1 ,tn I i'il' lo I tl..it l.f tin; .i I ii i ttie Sec .ml, No iiinn tu Jaw Uit IK- l.'i -s hi clitUruis tiuiv lll.i ii ileluiju- UK-nil A ill.ike a ttlfMl'r. lieol I iLiiiu-111 tllu pietlj L..U e .nt.iMI ol llieae dear Tin i.-h Id. tnx-ir xtamineiing, tlmt virei, tli.-i rnxance, cli ilurr l in a uf giow rich i UHIIJ hit e em.inKti jn- of jny an Lo bun di; m tliei c mfurt aud IMj hi th Km uiudo fo t .s tnken, H id ,-u, >-t uty. it! i k nifide on thtt hirj-e. A [enefl -on j skeur mm li'h Hromiit ij.nl fmt. I nt hoM! i Jio 1 -el is 11 he led firuiir t lie ul.'l I I lime il d in rtsju c A j Huth.ir ul ih GW.I n a prn- I 'uuiw an 1 diriAciit tjuni li.a tusi j lf vilitiioirtC.nlilrL-n tan tel, mil" n. j U, Liai mg HIIJ l bis ii, HUH i d, lljjliiful i mo ildy rut un 1 oil vlvT [I H< U Ulll d a i ojjiiKoti [MI hia tri nd Tummy elenmly be bu nt, tui not hul.ti ijf y tliid bam reJigioiM opmiuits ai i aid( An chiluien frflae bWi'.iruii. for ___, liai-s for giiu, i ur.iiitta tui ututiU U I liiej u1 gm i itirow in i.i ni.ti li.eir .wiilnrtt h.itlge.-s; do libel tl.eir itj, he doctor. Men have gu it 7H true, an., somewhat rv- luwn ch Jdr n in tlieir puertiw i Lilua t.uuun, HU einbioi ler-ml crusri daugjmg to a lie .1, lint l.-1'l e.l n. I under 1 it-1 t's lillle I I I'll a il lute iHbl t pat into ill i mid mi. e to il -I m.e kiiii; merit m ler hiii ;I1 tiler with; mi I 1 Kill t" mi need.rle wa not un y iwe led netmll the.liidll cr j my sinal'. ueph own finders still j'" itick with tliaiujj, that i "sr-n.-l tliei-'1 liitlo b ,y K itll iii'l itnnig  il jiil, ti y b liMt tl t-j i.ie in y tin p rso'i- tin-) enact. e cjnlilren t' a i rowlli ii.is.i tLroti.j'1 our pmt% H deal uf prompt- mu and nxtmiz, now nid iln-n, fur the au- ur, if we o thcmi.iieiKe, tu kl.O v t it K nu- m M bo him. .1 i I ii. nu ll.al ig fmtii ritr> Ul g I 1- "J llrngt urecarefidlf dtmpltit with i, and the 6 ran-. th. met -lueily m, itrinj bin nrck, waa uedon by tboee iliubl.j b.in.la, "ill up ntdifulljr into It r fini', muldi what can' 111 t lt Ina roguibb I'oinpHiihin. Krtry ubjact ll ii suueti o Ure-tclia-bc'lfuiK my c ii-uri-.d I'fl.'i curling llie mirbU bntv, Uio tiibv tli -pralUing UICP, soft naiur of ml llie u .lining waji, all goat. IM'UI in m.'. W.Jlkl. 111 II pi. -s m-liiii tin- h ,pr I.i IK n 11] i> o htii d '-'urn my. .I, it., 'jri t ll, that hi' niLuit is i moi I flOlll I iioui of a I latin incru l.ti.e i-hil begui t- njjtnt can JHJ lo Ine. Win mm- j lu-ir than tlm. ilii iTtr know aurrun now iparkln in tlie rwli- of him nho aaiO, "ivStf children la C.JIIM untu I Thvn nit lliin fer tbt rmttt pnttlw nl. n. -In t i i. lltll I If -s. I II- t. mill I I l, l i .1 n -nil i< h. it' i-ir-jjit, n n' iMt'i.ii.- T hl U hi t M II In .1 J. A 'I. I'rni- li-ll, Hrrlii' ,n, t' '.i II pat' ir I lli Hlr'l.l. Y A tilK I'll Ills .It I j t I th.it, In li.-i.....t llv les I.il t edi-ji! am I ll i Kr .1, 1. Pin VII 'is M I IIF. 11. I, L. W. T. Dr. il.luir ri' h.rf. i ,iu Wl. A OltTOV ami I nil ll. Itlur) I K.l.lr. Ihr n i an.J ID I ,1 11 l......tllr i Ni, u Jut u y j 111 Mm U' 11 ils l-i l-nli ri-liiiei] bl om sin I 11 Op ul the hill. 'Ihi- .1 u i !t Ihe Irtji 'if one "f "iir !.ut null thu h 11 n lj tl.it the ttr.'iiinl, i teil n tur.in hour or the lii i licr) I'll-1, slldi.enl) oi. i i lef t the D.-III .1 the roll f imisU ry j 11 i the t.iit n n-ii I r   probabli, uf i ivl. i-e comprlsO 'uch si siin'.li uf nur-ti tilmn- bund thai fair fimn bf thf if luot, Um sum I tlut For youtb iu jron brujbt w mi Bow inwkl; yuu. lu-.ul t ml. For loir ctulil ruiti oa tin bgawa of t.i rr it ii OUT. .1 t. M'l I I. h U.i but ,t d to ulHm t.oll; ti ,h t u- jind stlulijf behe: without iiKnliil renuivHiun il then, some htllv I..-..I3 111.11 I tu duubl tnd to how cim .j, l( m.i Lo live in llie tliyi.-o.ds, lu t tile duLl U; ilieoln-l belm e m 111.' fl-.li t. 10 I is ti .iii tin in. i, n as lii- it an linos', ili.it luil i i t A S.MII le tli.- -u H dlv i Ham-i iiuiilil i uti, HIHI as .m thu f.iu, ih.i H 119-5 lireC.ltile fu- ordt 'Cllpt. cii.ldll l lini-u M-I came Wltli'pipa wtl I tin- >n an Iiidkiu b d y "I I'.'iill Hi-i! n f.iliil lied at Mr- s it h to the; L'ume! 1 ,un the citadel Jl i ]inj at the lat-lL; niiitimiuil -i ll t huusvs H 119-5 im- (lliuuirli in i.o igef.ihini im to hull lli, m, nti'l "Sjmci.O} II; re lit out ii, llun ;mlf I.Tii jtu n.iy IMC. (jn.sl-; n 'Ifitsu ujicniiiui't ions lined ilm I being sent out mt t ij-i 11 .1 on our iinu uf the WittM BE01 HER. X %-a.TvU I IS t AND 1'l.in i an I Ill t.HM tn ill KU. it tii-l -u'1 our ihiu trf tT .n J turdu r Ai H (j-n-rtl IHJC-S uf Ur 1 In I un our r I. t HI linl tiruutt JHM ;rf-l 'J'I C I i It t'l IMIMr'NC 1.J TJl- Glhf-t'HI l at ft II i KUK HOUSE. ff Ewen. fTTIIilS h.1 i -ill riillii- Cttt Kinil .1 i Wi. l.v. KorfN M'KKl T, WEW TOBK Livery Stable! Ur A. Unr-Khuni. In l.'n' i in. i.ikun it j llkt'l wl O I .if tlnii-der >ll nut ended lip 1-ur .LS tie 'Jie ll (J fiitner lothuii a .ul'mnleli diuiiuf.i ml.. II iery iriwy things tuin ri'i'l ve LT-' lint- [ltMjL ,t m ,iiu lui H tunrd lu 1'iouiii M tin- tup LU, (joon r nj ,Hir p Mis ,r hiii..', an I tan-l'iifli .uilcii ihe oier.nnl ier, u.iiku ini in -M.IIII ,'t.s ihei'tiemi. Illii-atte lime, III niitini.U b. I till- .1 n u one ,n m J.. mi' -r WHI. c m, tlm lir Be i 11 "t1 l.H-k.-ts, Hid nh halt M lie liiuu.n. as llie n iitn.-r 11 the I mi t ,e corner ut the ixh.f, e did wh. n lr" -v U it' 11 ions toirati'i. .nu! fi un II fru, ul tile rt I I] tllfli Ho ii'.'t n-e IDIIS toiratt'i, .nu! u i ,1 rir proiK.s t o i tlint t w' 't M rl il.i 'tli   in HIHJ mi'i ml WNe. 3hat iliaiiUl liini u iii-> u tt.isihv dile liv gou'.l i-lnl'lruii nhvavi vt li.il Lull. Ui jj.) f at.d if ml tiUilctr T n'- lli-'Vo. HiS LttlU .LI Unt i toi 11 in ut. nns Lt-U Lu; si in LM liltlw hoiiL lu Uu nuia .ugic. Wuit.d (lint w en ite LO ticst la Uo a cinki ut giowtit, Ui uo ot K-aa- 1 t'" illUUkt ll.lll Lo tllanCl rtlJvi JtU liilsti ol Ujiiet' af. unt itry i it. Cft itt rtii i IV t ttl UitJ tl ut Ul I.HCU MIMJ Tiuti ulttld iiti- a >.t.-Miitui J clnM niniJ vvliu not 'ini'lt iu alt Ujy t.my ul s It) ttie t lieu o! jjl.uiis, I "T 4 i nj Lir -ft t UU-irtlj i 1 I e-lJ Lu.a iivJ ifve 11 HA Ci.il Irtru inke ,4, J it-i. ihbo, ur ,u OLIUL LiUK> ur itiw LJMI d vifi.iFVil ItLLw imj j liiui g llii-j v Lu. uij'-j Ilium '.L-vjur intni. iiuw f, n uo 1 ivl.o h TO Llieri'.ljirtJ >nre Ik Ml lllU tl ,tk g.mk'14 H V-jJJ TdL-l.t.rjJ Uji hLL.ll clitinb; iiuJ, IN ihtir lliiH tuts strtlk grew and llie I ihti OK! Jit" urtfreJ uu ii fuJi J p v MI L ut children; tlt.Ht t'tviu i b iii'dLaOt tjU-tr sj tt-Jt-s IUH te! JM u Iruils T having' I IJ< doun.f{ 1 A lupine girl 'it an Vntt, Ti.nii KI fl ula ilninr vim 1 myli'il a< HI I I II If (Aaj il fur 1 it wmlA HI.RI i< a Iwiutiful i-n of N.rtlitiijj emi U niort jf inori- L.i I nut tljtit wretcl ir-l bu a  it tvr- utar Im night, a.nl u eo UJ dog ff Hjieci a num wboliM ar- riv, ,1 at the age of .bntr, tod MB't Mtaclwl u> a jiujot of o.   

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