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Kenosha Democrat (Newspaper) - June 17, 1853, Kenosha City, Wisconsin A'BOVJE THE ;UNION----THE FPEE TItA'DE TJNION----ITS WISCONSIN, JNUE 17, 1833. THE MARFIAG-.E h'R little' 'KiMif.iuu-rosc 71 MAIN ST., Bates of Adveiftiiiltigi'1'' One square, 12 iiiius or (JJOA Kac sgbaetfitfiut 4 Quo col nun, p'e'r year, .'asjjo Three qu; r.ers,
vas pleased with the convention. j jrant in the "Garden she said, blushing i whilst, they pass by with scarcely a nu- Joe'ply. "1 have recovered from tice' and enterprising ibii m'ihta th-it possessed then: 'Unvns every savi j m_ i T .1 would you like to hear now attended the convention and was Chicago, with the homely ot' 'one horse towns.' With ft el ing like these, travellers rare- nore surpiised than (.dih'ed. In spite ol new it shocked me to j '.v stop, at any of those less populous tho' irea'r.ivvomc-n speak out so u-jon j inch singular t-hemes, before a mixed i .Hut 1 begun'to feel.pret- ty.- coiiiiurtable abuut titid was just si's ting dovyu in my hotel to affix my .signa- ture to-sonic rcooluuons, whc-n a.letter is.hii ded me my father. I hail been.-gune a week- it was the first one 1 iad. reci-ived. Ji brought.me news of n.other''.- alarming illness, and my 1" hei .jest brother's attack of some painful dis 1 to be jostled about in promiseing places they learn of thj many advantages fl it> teriug prospects of other places upon j Lake Michigan, and return from theii with the impression that Chicago j is-the west just sosne people think "I have VIrawn for you many pictures >f death let me sketch for you a brief. >ut bright scene of beautiful life. It is die marriage alter. A lovely female, clothed in all the freshness of and un-passing beauty, leans upon the arm >f him to whom she has just plighted H.T faith to whom lias just given up lu-rst If forever. Look in her ram I hi wifch wn's'.as'wiftV'fis1 t uld be md 1 >rll ed du hti rreuienddU-i eff >it t appear iiiu 11 scut ne n j doubt .she t it htc blende. should rs rqu d to tin >inde i i I i sm ill wm d shill 1 do' isked the father 'tspu iglv 1 wTsh ihe hid nevi-r t the-.t li In r he d she 'is onbt itiiK bu 3 ib m th lit test work; lei n ind itit'es m ti -ing'ti, th it slit, h is Liio n ous strength ids on TIH! argue.-. ith th" f in t rs> sets leisilf uj) as a leologi u md utortifi s m bv contra- oiil heitkd m m tt-i inst lour times her h it bh II I I (I hei g i t i ic list, and trust to Proxidttut fh it sonsetl occur-to 11 ce In i of he i error 1) n t di n t kn he rl sh ikm_ his h id is f ir fruit (ell, and pi nous ittli, she her Frank h ill vi hit wit uixret} iboii.t.dier der ingemerrt of that the whole west is abaorhtd in thi; one great city nnd we wiite onlv fo.-i tile purpose of th..t thtre :s 'some place elye.' i 1 am sure J j 1'- Was "urgot.d fortune to stop a few a'.ul m my death; and never again will 1 ould scarcely keep -from en ing at hiaj 'n niost beaiitilul and i forget that 1 have sworn to protect and appearance. j promising towns on .Lake ehensilrher who gave'up to me all she "The week's wash stood about in tubs I we -sPea-k of Kenosha. Having always: held most dear.' Vmd on chairs and the fljor. The "Did I not tell you there was poetry in a woman's look----1 iiioman'.s word oi jba earned it to be a ''one horse tou'ii." we kitchen had a most disagreeable odor ol j ex-pectefl to one of most underdone food. Through ;-'riving, business Jike places we have ev- i 't bear the mild, the gentle reprooi l-ive winning back from its harsh- i ness and rudeness, the stern vid tuiy'ield ing temper of an angry man. Ah il creation's fairer sex only knew' of th ir wiapons, lunv m-itiV of wed. 1 !ov.-k s fiercest battles woul 1 be unfought; and coldnt.'ss _ reply. A sold'er was nccordingiy .culled and1 ortteret! to cut olF the ear with' a single stroke of the kniie: fho b'o'y wept hut riot resist, while this barb'uriotft order was executed. you lose your other ear rather than f.u! ot yoi.r purpose. was ilie next question. have suffered fn'urh, Lut for my fa-i ther I can Differ was the heroic. ao- swer of the boy. The olher ear was th.in taken off by piece-meal without flinching oil', the pairt of the noble child. now go eiclaimed touched by his sublime courage, ther of such a boy is dangerous to Sp'ujh; must die In the presence of his ngomzeit ".iind vainly suffering son. the Jatber was tlnfii executed. Never did a Hie pieturev'ex- hibit su.-h truthful lights and national character, such, di-ep trtfaih.eroua vl.Lny su.-h lolly, futhusiastic.' htro- .I--1! the open wind.nys the suu came I er met possessing as it d.ics, one m upviu the Httfl dust heap-s, and bits ol i tlie nnt'st countries in the west p.-obi unwashed hearth atul a deplo- i one ol' tlle capacious harbors on I.. I. .__- _ I 11 -j i i> looking In the ciosets were ii.shes ot bread, damp and mould v, creu mers full mitk pieces of meat co- vered with flies it was sickeninir. parlor was hrtered with piper .md toys aj.d furniture white with dust. i o crown ;dl, company had be: n i3 -me ot those weak thoughtless kind ol women, who never knew what lo do in such a case but to stay out, Iret, the sickj '.-.it, drink, sit down the Lake expensive business Ivuses moneyed institutions public build ings well supported e-hurciies of all or (L-nominations one of 'he most I how much unhappiness 9ounshinif :md best regulated institntums wou.d be of learti'iiv; in the couiurv lite-rarv ems r turns I I rcsidenc 1 ,-ity I'.irk, v oondu.-ted STICKING TO tlfirtv adorned, beauiilul fivi. therc. ;n- veil or-uiuzrd Hebrona, a ceitain Dr. T_______ town win became mtich enamored of a vouiv 1-idv (hv'ir'haims, and go avyay to wonder whai k-iud of careless folks do live in the "llur two .children had broken the cast, -of my snapped Us strains; besides, quarreling with n1y baby broth- er. rill lie screamed hinrrself into a fever, j went to the bedroom next every- i thing was in like di-.order; my father Yankee that When a gehtluih.-ui pays a-.'visft' ia i'exas, no matter what press oT bdslness there may be, a certain cewmoti.ial ways sacredly observed. The rider that peo- we saw with St.-J'r- o ipp'earenu'e M the inhabitants, p'i'j'live at least all their lives no half acres of land covered iiealectins1 his business which he was" for- i frater> generating a nauseous, filthy, j eid to (iCi-.-'iind" my dear little brother. 1 and coiitamiuafing the; at- I born for baptism.' CharleN who had studied with sue- wit-b noxious no j wss.to! the very period of my tTeparture. toiinteriancoa or cadaverous i tailed'.to receive his nu-tlal, fo'r which lu- i llioks Wl! observed every other man had g a whole year, because j not >veed his evury women of excessive j leu'r.r.. t.hi't this oasis ir. the wil iler- nass, has for some years past been sfnig- j ilitig undj; the' h'.ird ti.nes th it has visi- i i.s the hour when I shall call you my wife for the first 'And the other, if you please.' It is when we shall present out first- lie had. been .obliged to stay at home to !ie'p-and nurse li .t e Frankv. 1 felt if- L.could- nevei forgivcj I 'What, 'Yes, my dear, sprinkled.' 'Never bhull a ehild of mine.be luuj tlunE lhn o i iictise alone. i I slioukl not be ifrjul to trust T irp'ied, netbn jr telli me tl jt.it will _ I lee ou bv all ineaus. to let lu-r'gi entir u icxp cted took mf- dom hone on the tiling ot th U-.-vp.ry and fw six m mils I t ird moie liom fxu tuj One deli_htlul i lorning the nnt) return t u.v mtivee the >y-ings fueiid was_e.rn- i vines ind rose0, trt >eeniz me, it d greater itiv OMQ at-again meetu Jittle fiiend Awn a. i j i they aiitt Hothi'ri'' to hough' we've g.iigush of The gentleman upon the fencoiiow.de- sceud.s from it with due pproacbiug the oecupmt ol the shakes hitiula with him iu a most solemn .md fdifying 1m Jheii surveys ihe horse from stem to stern, examines the mouth to asce-rtam'uis" ;rtge, tnd having preformed ull duties with tfue decorum, he h'ext p exhibit his hospitality. Judge, light arid tie" yb'uf Horse OUt Without any fiirther remak, judge did as he w stake driven in the ground; hipikftVxett to it one end of rb'wrhfcK was attached to Iris saddle and bridle hung tlienv.iupbn; tii'a lencc, and niade for -the The great gravity with .which such afr f.u'rs are invariably conducted; amused mo very much, until I became accustomed to IT, came to look upon it as a matter of course. If a hole is twice ns wide asiit deep, and twice as deep as it nee-d be.how many potatoes wiU.it hold, provided half of them liaye got the rot.f Mrs. Swishelm in a beautiful tribute to the menory Jesse 'of the family, says' in the' Pitts- burgh Visitor, she tnefr ron. a y'eaf and that was firm believer in spiritual manileitutiont, .jsaysi. itlia jYitUoiii to convince, us; -a-
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