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   Fountain City Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               EOYAL BUCK, Editor and Proprietor. "Free Principles ftf Posterity, and an opei, aaaljr defense of them." VOLUME 2. FOND DU LAC, TUESDAY, APKIL 11, 1854. NUMBEB FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD, At r ROYAL BUCK. 1 Wmtanj. It. iml Cmui'vUor at Lew. end Solicit- or in r'o ,tl ilu tae, Wu. Ofllco, I ilkicx, up OM f CAM- lulf ADVKRTISINO i mn per yi-nr WM10HT HISKH. in Paints, rut- mi Mtdwtnn Main Si. Kmiii ilu l.ac Wu. U.S. WI...KT............W. 11. Uuta. 00 MKWCLL BROTHER, Dvakn in fuicj au.l OwK ,fc, Main'Si.. Komi du Uc. Olit til'ian- US Ki> n ''-I' p" nr U-.-O wiK' h................. W fls.-il I.V .tlit'l! IHI HI" .vi! 4 telll. LaY Ttadnr. in Drjr Ouutk, Fancy Uoudt, Grocw- Crockerr Main HI Pnn.ldu I.ac, Wu. Tilti Wh lii Pa. ,ul .I.I-. Hal k.-! jon WOHK im-diun A. W. 1MISU, Attorney Kon.t.in HAHmtahntraoi 4if ilie Laii.l iniW C'.unty.n-om down whu entrrvil .iwnji miy i-ription of Lain! an.) rti.f .luieof vnlrv at thu l.und tu tbu ul Tuawf L. IMZKX. JI'STIUK OF THK I'EAUK. UnVo over iluw, Main Street, Fund I.uc. f.irrn. 2 Jo 1 W -J i-i, 1 to cnj h-.il.-h. I 'illoe fifl 1 XtXCBANOB BOTBIt, HI- IMf. hi inty. itlftttll tilmlly id me tl M tint MIH..I i-urriir'l to and froai thv boalrt. I l.'iive here im-T.v day for IJut.l i-'ute nll-tf C KN1U11T. Hank of Ftniil Du Lsic. IJr CHO.M it- 1 rim: i il j M. ami In N.-w V Tcvlli! Twill BANKERS, nr, 1. llL- I.U- vi.-intry. A TV'' I- KKM.IMlli liiivirij; limitvil pernift- ni-lilly ill t'lilnt .111 Luc. rt I 'ilk-- uf eiry In K. ulin I 'linn -Ir.'-t (we 'l .ii K-- i ne Snuli tti H..I.-1. nil- if HtlMtjuuidjUmry. Our wriU. our iair, utir happj land I from KunieU band; "Eqtmt and freu" our petiole fllao.t; Frtm.Ujr they demand. And u.ill burthmllrd oo every band, To liberty, llc.l liWlj I But litt! back a geathcrwi sound From fetter Frum urcrv tribe tbe widi wurtd round In alt our roalnn u fnunil, Vu blight, nor above tliu yrouad, lake jUrcrj your our prnjrera to God we sead, ]lu kiiig.lnm uinr cin eortb downiKl; And tn the yarth'c end Our yeaming eluiritivs Culhuij idu iifitinusiill to tand Tu uf lovu vquity. But l-nck n-turnn a smothered cry Fnini whure I'uuific'a itlundii liu; Ah f At'rie. From every {and buncaih tlie HIJUVCII shield fn-uu your equity, Vour Iwve, yuur slavery Yvt Htill we hull the world ta view Our waattli of axnre blue. Of grgt-n s'rennn wnndur ibrough! Form crowded dotHg.1, cut] the truu To eMiie and lirwutho oftifi: unuw, In youth ami hale prosperity, Anil >lmtl llw hldvuiu inouster crnwl, Slri-ttti forth it" anil rhcd pall O'er umpriisniiili..; all fr.'e pluyf I'ur curses cull'. At-tiitij; ruin hill, 0iim fuul sluvcry Oil t yo who lor truth arc strong! Think not that linifiirtith long! Pity Kno.7 uuist over wrong, And earth her px-.rn Tu lure, tu truth, and ly. ELWOUD. ttbn. hail hardly cxclungcd word, ing all of inipd, she stammered out, an order camo for us to "move, and ;i. l I J 1 Jon't i nithio acriunintcj with ttiroujfthu limeston-itulligeHco. U Arctic and fur, Who are the ''They Says'" Yes, is the %ery identical question was propounded to me, but .1 few cve- aii-.l now, lor information, with tin.- 1'i Mi tr a niodiiiiii, would com- nctidtut. can-jmmiitMli' from rny c... tl savs" ar and :i 5 belli ,7" IMlODUCi: nlrvt't. INCIDENTS BY AN ACTO'.t THE SECOND1JAY3 BATTLE. W. o'clock, a scattering li up, but movement was umde At lime (j n. Taylor rod into tJiu vard full eryitiLT as for 'Jen. Worth? ho has taken tho Castle." Tin- old (ieiieral off wit CJip. mid thrtte such Hhonta never thro-.-jjIi f pae..-. Tho cheer-, brought a mil lid i if strapfj and from our old friend j. it. J'KACIU'AI. IJU.NTIST. AVI.N'ii n-i'iriiily tooni !l' l irv up ih'l n-aki: ails: II tWIiei; willi it I krl, llllj liti.-il vi..w ti. .Mili-r'nn niav linn v. l ras I.. n.-, i tollw l.il.ll.-.. and Uelitleliiali ..i ihi- City. c, mi.l i" hi 'i..n INSKKTINIi TKKTU nN I'rvOTr. 1'l.VI'K. FII.I.IN'-, I'l.l-'.ASSlSH, tlio r nil to (Jaderuttn, and rodu down t tO l of Mexican cavalry crossed t'-.e river, on od tiring their esoopetloJ and plan with .lie mul .ti.pn-.-li. upprMiti' but little noticu was taken of them, but a bailor two having wounded some of th lor ordered llidpely to f the twelve pound himiizera, nl ri'i'puVii- Iliat In- i.- r.-ailv tt tli.. I'iaii'. Kurtf. nn.l Or will In- .-rilti-ii! II.. will loiin.l ul '.bv A. f. 'V liKO I'.'. ICSH. n'.'L'If. i j I gun was hastily placed ill poMlioii, loaded il.-a -.-l 111.- l.i iil-Jlf The fnsa was too lonj, md n nhell thrown. far above their heads and tli bomb pn and exploded a AND OBACCO crim Ko ii. CV.I.a-ii .t. NViv OlTer- f.'r th _ >t' -tinu'li'T Sii'.ilf-. Tine t_ ir Ii nior.: I I'llll I'.- hill.W II I Mry, and which the guD comraaniled, i charge would txnn followed by tha de- struction of matt; of our troops. There waa no llrua lo 'oat, and Campbell gave a UKMt ie riul leap into the fort, and bring- ing down his heavy bear rifla on th. the devoted Meniuan, aavoti the troops while tha caunonier, (raver tJept the uleep of death. Three directed to divide the company, tho ono cheers for the start a, fort was ours. i tet dcwn upon an amnnrio froni want uffood, exertion nn from tha wound in my rigl: i low whifb was lodged and Surlew bound bia handk and almost all pain ceased. I picked up one of the tin cnnnbtcra, with which lad been favoring us for tho forty-eight nnd counting the found the num- MT to one hundred nnd sixty; n handful of plums not easily dij-sted when adiri'mu t'.'red with by a shining brass non. The bnition fort was ours but tlio city was st 11 in the hands of tho enemy. Soon uf ter we had obtained pt sae-sion, news arrived by dragoon express from Worth, that ho had il llio "Blab ,p's and requesting that the mortar might oe sent to him. Al- though we were unclosing the Mexicans ir. a nut, vet tho result far from That infernal citnelel fort was yet in their possessior., and to take it by ar-sault seemed impossible, although hisperiitjp were heard that it' tho city was not surrendered upon the next day, it was old Zach's intention to concentrati the whole force it, and take it if il had to be done, by storm. A contin- ual skirmish was kept up during the v.h..'... day, between troops and the enemy, nnd i tu woid unseen the n-.en w.-rc obliged to fccoft themselves well c Tho Galviwton RiHw were despatched sever- al times, upon the old duty of dUlodjJnj; the cntiiny from commanding but th-iy were not exposed to a cross tiro, as on the clay i' U was ho vovcr en ore o :hat ccc.inx-d an everyday soc-r.j battle field, which nevertheless shoe-k- svriter, and for a time unmanned him. onL'.reiJ to di'ivu out somo who, under th--cover of a garden thu fort, had annoye.l Wo si er.lly and crept lo tliu bastion of tin; fi washing our oppnrliiiiity.ono by onu dii'p- .1 into the ditch, from wheiico wti era v. led n'ono! until wo came- ,-ppo-tte a largo hnuse, just outride the fort, and Indian fa.-h ion, ran across the Jtreet, in this mai.iK-r out-1 our Mexican fiicuds, who did nut One kilted tc-n cr twelve, ami llie remainder retreated. It was now iiecus'ary torus to rcturn: -i n-.l rilh-s nt bttt Go below UK] it be- moist, tlaecij, and nlmott Go on ajfuin, it reaemUw a _____....._________ trjinjf i (juess ha didtnt spill it." ....._____ we left th- fort, and ouU-red the lions, u.liey boj> who I covered wuh linoo. I could pick my at the-corner of the street. In a my attention moment I saw i with it. You .ire anxious to know how I manage MI( Libfcy 4nl No; much li alt UM aot Now, I M IMW jaokn Hd in Ufa 1 i brothers hara up Jack'a id left all their oul 1 for ud lailorex Inm bat euance was ono of marked his ikiu, a tooth brush for hii Iflh, and ax) ball, an hoar ua tlio tututt, ntilc white linen for his nose. rlw laca nipa in, aaW tacks off their mid she, "I will you -a whipping that you will rcmvinber. Who ill "Miss White! said the I. tth Wlow na lie ,jer l c.in t tell wllo lbo illk. all theii1 luissioi: is vj of no That and sorrow toKow in their foot-steps, and always wili SfiJ tor their i He hands and siil! perform Yet, irtiv lln-y an- -iii-ins an buried in oblivion. ICvery day. (-viry hour, tome b-ise scandal p- hy these iulcrs, i> bornn on the1 of t'.e uind lo onr some hupps brilliant alteclion an-1 ni 1..-.1 li'oin tin Nov.- is it (hat f'l'akc off your jacket, sir, and stop out on the ilour. e'il see how you'll bear whip- i. He obi-yed and taking up a 1-rge willow rod, she caught his arm and asketl pale 'ami trembling. 1 uisj to faint.' But 1 was lull uiio spilt the ink. ma'am" was tho firm reply. J looked at llelloa. She was though fthu '.vns g Don't strike him she slirieheJ, as sli sprang to tlie lloor, snd IhroA her liis neck. i did il, Miss Wb.Le, but 1 Jidn't moan to. 4 d.dn't mean to, i u as only playiny tclioo! tna'ain." You Imlu'black exclaimed the as shu sliyiilly shook thu of Prayer on tha of tluldrea. Notion? since :i pious roothsr of uiiintance who was in the hr.bil of aitijjii.jr, nil praying with her chiklrin, called her tlirec arouad the doiues-.ic If 1 goto lha e of bait, UM all aay: on my to bavc a came of ml of way. ahaU kucx-k you into a evcked fcaL 1 think a bit I know 1 tavii't bv the mark on A fur n hymn suited to the 1 rf-ijid up lo ion, she bowed her knee the Lord, jl 1 se to She tell deeply impressed with a of. aad my auj I ,-iie.-. and au unusual de-j re ol' 1 am t.iiie J. ImVj >iiOa'iii t..jt I" divine prcsincf, and au uir.iMiai decree ol' j. solommty tilled lier soul, while her oesircs mingled with grateful intjs, asocfidctl to a throne of grace. the blessing qf to ou herseli" and friends, she rkmemb.-re-.l that she was a mother ami played for her Kd i-.uty, iikoniy ftf.tr. ihstrtist. suc'i an i "on names I.; Udn.-s! are l ol dulie: the cham of I Jid'u'i you tell me at i miiJevv i.fibiily loolid up and 0, fticii a look as liv ner. HeHeu's tears and sobs htopfied atiint: and At'ler recoiKiting the ot towards them through the past day, in sparing their lit es, and preserving iheir upon lllelil tool clothing, and all ihii.g-i to th.-ir comfort, sho besought the Lord in the must louder imp.ji manner lo lhe.ni, if they had .-iimcd by through the d iv, in s ed to their years, ih.it if thev had, whil.- -ot fir-t ready, am r.villy afrai-t 1 bat .1 1 o> t left '.f M I havo not put tny sit ii: th's a 1 f.it i ftrit.'h ui'v til. i: stiil rat'ier, I'm than uoihing. Ofc, taf l.ibbv kn.iw tm-.oh. should she? she nc-icr a Z tiii On Monday niueliur. ImJ an.l rotly- s of is it (hat is neiie.. two i hn an insUint: and looked fearlessly in her ed to their years, ih.it n they hail, 0 .un.li.-K-o ot ei l.o arc the t r.lLnrt tlt, thc.r her ot i Yoti.-g goto vour saw she ''and, _tl.e it; a.i.-iou-h with in futnie keep ou. of my desk.' iiilly did ln.ii.eii liom her view, In, eye been up ,tr. wnfllll hey among vnr sex! Are 'us >r. f.iise tooiir liighaiid so uij'tl of IHI." as to w...--.o onr precious breath in of of and rhl be. wa.- go to eMiil il) Jlir.l.v: STORAGE, rORWARDlNGr And IVah- Ki.h..l-i-.. LEWIS HOUSE. By Jamoa Ewcu. i- "'--I! n.-li f.-inii.li. I If i..r ni nl on Iji .1 WiKMii.in INirk. Klui-.r, Oniiii, r'ox Biid tiolcd.io.sJects, threw hat in tl air.and cri.nl out, nt tho top of his voice, to go back u: 1 ceased. A half mi hone away, and tho order! stutries for the outsi.lo of the visa given to make an attack upon the was mado al dark, and it fell i tion fort. j I found itiwo thirds blocd, and I li'..l'in of It r c-.inous au )lot as your way back! honest, naati'tiod Ni'.'ht make !-.er behava she upset a I was onc.a caught tlirtaa mi'es firing A of! large which near a pilo of B d, .it ono time: a 1 j paiHUiigs an.l Then cvervbodv kared" thai I would hardly the bri-i despise-.! by i-vt-ryl-j !y h [H-.y be honest. 1 every h- r--i' h-i i.t-l esj ycu, ca'.ccm yon. !o'-u Toil, lie t> j, .t -k, e! auti ob! how wretched y-xi w.i. i.jn, ii- en i .1 ravtcw.f..- tl-' !ot C'f The men were fornied in douMu the orderly Serg--anlof tlia Galvoston ;ht, starlet! on a to doJach ihtse men, post himseli. and nl.iiek.-d, mid now ijorioti, who accompanied nit-, _..... her tcnes hat shai.i frozen, and J felt that Ur barbie I do will kill me tor ceitam." nicnticned in the Mory books, i u WliHt's the iiskc-d icy i will tell you what this feels like, for 1; ,vps no ;no, Little George'i Story- "My Aunt Libhy p-itte.l mo on i j iv t-.-IJ rn i.... '11.4 Stni a-i'l UO tiiat d STUKKT, YORK. Wfstorn Avi-rnii! ni-ar rti- upper 1 W I I.K INS a I'l e returned lo the foil in a cautious reachini; tup, a w livery Stable! Uf liMruliuiM. OS ll.viii. A i; -I ol fuwl J.i Lac, U43. BWlf. lean cannonier wiia iesning over to pick up; maoncr. On reaching the fort, I throw mj- find them o-jt acme is. I suppose, the pleasnr I tjnesa .ha never 1 i able sleepliness fii books._ best cap and to-s it_ BOTlilX HOOD. '.KMiiwaojiT Stata. in the .upn-me cuujt vt which had sccidectalljr fallen down by the wuc- ,lpon ttus around. The gun no doubt that I might tleep, b" ro? CT1T UM, on niy eartben in a mndp'j'Mle. j gire her bornniinjr- pouring which ran be.tweon the sugar and Ian- 1 Holt canw to me entered into coiiYersa- after page wiih the she n A1 tho eitn.'initT i fii lu i an 1 rbaxd abaai- Krap arovad k patent lattbar, Tavtioc nnd front art 1 bed witk mtaak V> tave fooC   

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