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   Wisconsin Herald and Grant County Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 28, 1845, Lancaster, Wisconsin                           WISCONSIN HERALD, A.XB GRANT COUNTY ADVERTISER. Mj MUttff I dvrll L'nw QM iu my toe thrn raise A dwell mad cweel purr si ihe fefcowf ttntM ffcat bill tabs 1 fei-l within The of wMif Which lUM, nwitMM TJ IMiig'ii purest spring! A spring wsieit In fiijless billow. And there 1 cast the chain aside Which my BOD! a i leri HH, .v.i'ij 10 uo Strong IB Btlf control, wub eodurine conflict, Aud Armed iu Hciil >ud SovU! And to dwell with Time Thought, And thus to feel be, Is joy the purest tidth brought From out its botodless st-a And stionlJ 1 nut fur hours like ibeso Ttie laughing crowd forego, Whose laughter hath not powrr to please, Or check the uurch of I not vriili tht fluttering tiain, idling, laughing throng. seek ttie wheels of'1'iiae tu cbaiu Wnh rerelry and Song! There find I uot tti.ii gf life Wbicti from the heart There slill the worMluia'a trti-i rile. Deceivin as u BY J. D. SPALDING. VOL. III. T T CHILL LANCASTER, SATURDAY, JUNE -28, 1845. TWO DOLLARS A YE Ml. NO. aOf f, aute-roona a hour in take my rhanre off. comioruLle I.ere. as anv where.I rt-tk- 01 their address, to be told his ixcellemy now, while ihe xvinc is cooling." on we'll set down 1 knc-wed I" hditoti s-.tm tore was not at home. i I backed the Yankee with two more the feller would .y -omi-thing ir.ird thi -e a e.uch for gold has been txtetuL'd'o the south side of tlic with great sucrcw. A JKTSOO Ktei.lly ar- in the UuiU-d St.ites they phased, like so man) and the Yankee, i'rom Major Ensign a tiot stipulate to take any bodv 'I did and noitiii g el-e. aloi g, "-Will you leave s.-nshe. we had f.dh-i. Though cons-idered a IK into the we t Let poo.l um- i itant influx and etlus. As the door but I'll take Jed Morse and Joe Bun- jot I, '.ir.d there w MS thrown open, the waitirs foraudi- kcr, 1 guess. You see, th -y belong ain't m> use fv r you to rile up now. If lor the of intenM.' whili- we enre cuuiii see ihe oiiK.crs laugtung, down our il wiil be some- 1 should go uwuj and not seethe -.tiure ovu- 'Choiec' b.l> in >ilkm IOILS drink their wine, and the thing for (hem to tell on all their crnor it will ue a darned wiT-e and sleel One dsv ut-tk, happiest fellows in the world. They forneilherof the darned creatures ev- for yon in the cati-e the Cm-iwe iveie surprised at il.unh b> a ion- could even hear the drawing of tt seed more than a select mau' or irnor wants 10 J, this our >ilk while they s'.ood as dry as you m..jor.''' touKl see tl.e old filler in the fivche was w.in and of iiow balancing; themselves on one pin! It WMSagreed to, and awav went the next toom iroin where I sot, and he ing a few items of 't'hoicc' and then poising themselves on the trio of amphibious friends, al a pace a to every word, when ed with sonic r-.' of oilier 1- yet tickling lluir vanity lo between a btar, duck, and a turtle's, heard me tell that n hopper ho fairU t.ms in .1 vot pin we .littmplcd the last as they dwelt upon the apolo- followed by a host of the di-tomfited, wiiued, for a downright to abstract the Kw fiom the his excellency would certainly make who were to s-ec the feat or its failure -Now look hi re, Mr. The h.it hi re.nly in wailing, mi.- of a house, which 1, we. tell 1 urn an American ci- tiibuUd to cur and. in gold 3 v: some at JW70, of IV. The Iv on ihc it gold L t any man (ittm.pt to ici.i' lii when he did receive them; and they from the felt flattered as they contemplated tinir commanded a the Governor's tik.cn, my bi'siius-, is math the own forgiving dispositions and true promises. 'trnor'j a> 'ti-. raid to-morrow gentlemanly bearing. The Governor They had passed the sentries, now wh-.n h- finds my vis-cl with a cargo before .1 nion.i..iu lor vh.iritt could hi felt, finder; d it in.c  uf hi- U sure to i.iis-: a burnt t .ihoul .'ls.it di-pi i.ds u-iy much Ih -.t.s ..i.J mc.iMir.s ui.( to ,1. e, b .10." l! ;.e a ttir- i Speaks to the Secretary no they were in tl.e ante-rcom some fif- of ice has gone without an ouportuni- and Ittn.s ol 'Choice in a convul- tMuli.1 of jJti.tUed in Cill.l'-tfOpIli.' ii I.jjj ..I ;j but il l.c ready -Mil.e to FIT 1 will not firld the bliss iti its silent Wilderness Will winder strong and (ret! Norwich, X. Y. selected Tales. hark! and all were "Mr. "Your excellency's pleasure.'' ihe gentleman in the an the blinds turned in thi veranda, and set the table for your excellencv." tt-cii minutes hud pafscd, and while ty being ullbrded him of in -ive isouie wt rt wondering howthey would vou'll look darntd s'.reak- 1 be ejected, and whether il would not cd when ho knows it is your fault.' heat the point of the bayonet, all eyes, the gentlcinun of were f'xed en thf en- V.-t r thu c .t. tranc'.1, and to tell the truth, I begun to, -'In we KOCS Jed, Dunker and me, taking tho-ieolTn- tj1Cy fear the loss of my ounces. Hearing and though donu the polite, teicst taking icing: tin: laUir .-otter- and in iot lu- -ion to when ;i-. with isivstvul rt -puNiou fur c.uh o'.hei. ;on bcinq brought to the fivi1 air. thev so jsi-tii .ind to evict it, fUMtK-iaiions of in d not fc.ir any l.n.k of 'I h.it of tin.- vn th" Li.dSi.it Luxe adxocu'.ed hi -w' upon the M.iii'i'J fitnl public Oj'iMj, Then those thai did not vanish in- a laugh from the that couldn't come the secretary's doub- ing the collided wisdom of filly tin-in, is i.ut stanttr were insulted by the servants, way, and there was this Yankee and ling up. He w.is about the, limbered lorniLi' sounding .111 3- r.O'fi Phil'a IVi-t tiOlXG TO SEC THE GOVKUNOR. they had a to be, t'ne Govenor going down the walk, his .thing nbout that time I eier eyes larnt and dcepfiiinj: the, iiitcm-l ol the to whom their two friends, and a string of red coals on. 'Well, say? I, I'm oil looke.rv-on! A '.is, .is III U (ie.ii W of ,-uih vn tin it we. saw ihe labor hwnc P.HK- to t! e n -nh ol an   iclurcd ihi-irci lor our pains. There we stood for an perfect jam, The billiard wire grin by OJT Yankee friend. But the was how become to wnlk out in that cords ol wood, wavon spoki i.our or more, in a broiling sun, n.ar- neglected, though every man had his how there was the upon the friendly kind of wnv. We went to stick ol ship timbir .slulled as ll.ey calleJ is, being '-cue." The of Englishmen, reiurn ol all pasties, Brother Jonathan the ice .fed nor Hunker weighing hall a and U lo.idi re- packed as c lose as we could be, wiih Englishmen's fee-lings ar.d Colonial was surrounded by anxious inquirers, ia'rr.t f xpic.-s-d any dcsbiut: opinion 'uf" 1 he lalicr, we pi of the houses to gjze on mull- abases were dwell upon. All the rant. sajs h'j, "1 vet. Now it's gi ttitig lalf, and being vessel is clt-.ired, and my mrtte has la rv s.itl we on was ol itscit coioni- erany emieti in iwo rer, cau5C it is neither ri'_riit or whole- got thf sdiooner ho re shoit, sail ilia 1IUUOC3 iu vii mtii- hue IMIIL. L vei. j ing iivav in our j the ve- snil scolding, abuse and what not, gen- cr drink only a few glasses afore din- rny ves ry we stood ott was of itself coioni- erally ended in two rier. cau5C it is neither or whole-'got thf ll'.ougli we dissolved, the lime- another bottle of and some in a hot Ihia day I made, I I'll bo oil'. tell the dust sucked it all up without the did from my con-taut practice Govcinor when ice himlhat if agnasespol. Nobody enjoyed the fun more than rather than offend Ihe t-r he come our way cither Hang! goes a gun from the ship, imseif, except one a knot of Yankees1 ''Why did he ask you to Grimes, Hunker or Morse would be "Here he they would shout, who were thrown among us. They "Well, I should reckon tlvj old rock happvtohavel.ini rcfurn their rail, and then the crowd forced us vreie all a light jolly good set of fel- done the thing up how ju-t about righl. and lh.it if he was a judge of hu- isearlv into the cannon's mouth of the this one was more than that. We took a couple of nippers together ninn nature ns he is of liquor, ht'd c'. .ijxhmeiit of alaUoiud iitar lie went in fur you could Gia> say makcad.irnciK-ifiht better Governor." us. Then it w a? s-.e him set aiid laugh all over, from or I. 'Cap- And eff Captain Grimes went amid b the pieces immediate- his shoe tie, up. None of your horse s.iys he 'rny rc-pects. of laughter and Tho ly under our You may latig'i. laughs, but Ihe quiet thing. snys I bowing about my s'.ory was too cood to be lost. The but there were some of us that were One day the disappointed were al! best, jrjt tr-fhow my brinirifsj np.'mav darkies ha I it fora hoisting song. lu i it oil" to the I'M K..I.P. I'lf Wl! nearest wnodea ;i r !ci> i'i .Mi iit.i. lhi. Iruops at imr.is. f'Oin .N ii i-. (00, ih.it Mi'xii .'MS art. cowards. Stub al, oflicer as Lvd! n, r.i> dei I'llic Whu I IIM i iMlAit.Ul igrtl Hi Sfii-Aerx v. (Jrc.-n 1'i.iv, Jtim- li Tn Ktlitiir 'fill', H'ii-'omin Hifi'il-fici wai nii.ixei tlit ncy after tliC ir.' of -Will on it a I r, for t'.e in insertions in jour p.ipi r, lor t'.e mation ot all conecurd. itonAran additional lavor by reij-K -I- illLIOlil' I Hie tr A tin Id n. l I'e -iii-juiscd if Mixic.-> w :m army Of :.n-l flung artillery w part w ho took i av'. n noitli nt. hil m vr n their (or in thu TcniU-lv u w-ccks recovering our eye-sight, and holler with rage than new pepper yon be as happy in your rule hi ro, as refining our hearing. 1 was hauled saurc. To add to the insul's they had 1 feel you will both to up. lame for a trod daily received, this day they were not her n-ajisty whom yon represent and clothes ruined, and a black if admitted at the: interest of her 'tts w'.idi I nothing else w-ss wanting to send me to Now, this Yankee felt -o much know you have at heart.' 'Do you Coventry. There was six foot of bone pleased that he could not sit still in his I.ear that, says and sin just in front of me, a perfect could see the fun twinkling the turnul hU head, Scotch herring looking fellow, who in hi? eyes, and at the con.ers of his I reckon I task either, seeing would cut a new jacket through in a inouih. He beckoned tome, and I as how 'twas ptrlickcrhr London, Can tin; Indian week's wear, at the elbows, from bend- took a seat by him. when he dock." Btilf-do National Pilot very va'kd by .mm'- of" the licen-c-l t ingthearm. I had outlived the salute "These creatures are most dr.-adfu! We s.it down to dine wilh the win- aptly s-iys in reference to Mt-. C'.iu H ho deal in !c within a A'.ir.l.cr u.) Sj 'Vy flfy Dfv r'ttrh (inti'iiei iii a imp. So ilrj- Of course it came to the Of course, he rated like a tiger with the audience was not difficult a thing to obtain after that i in i Vcrv re-pcclliillv, OUT h't 'iTV'f, JONES, .V. DKPARr.MKNT" r> a< !n d Ilii- I) prcihibiliii': 'I intrnduclion ol spirit'iotis liijur-r- n. aie i I'! i.' .u fr ,rlv M I Our t'u of Toim .If.M.ddOi mu, h KM- lor art, tosl. Our rc it ore l'i f.n sec that nearly or Ternioiy, and th'n tell it t" tt r s every thing darn my skin, if I wouldn't it was not a mo( in .die's Leituns: "We else, when, as the Governor landed, like to try one grain if I days, but th-j dinner of a Weal Indian, all ihe papers in the  j if.vcn'. a- t -.1 '..s tiny c in !h< lency that warranted me in demanding bite and what's more, make drinking an-ithcr, thcone we had Hone and theit tar ii'commendation, fi in- poivr of ar'nc nt, an interview, as yet I had not made the drinks off oo 'em for the whole los a time, and the otiier was" fast  ou ihont'ht I a low who I bu-n the subji I of Mmi- dun1 -f h iri'in- in Yenice.'" Limited my vision pulled well'lined purse, from hair hrani'-d crol-ire at the b'ft to Kir inflirtiors, ut we ntisrc th" o- j-'.-ici l-d n the wag. case was afforded roe for which he took two doubloons, and make fr.e b.t did. Hat I pinion t'. t in i.i-i" c-.s c r-it "flcn, Jii'. d W- nt tr.anv a You mu't know that then walked to the side-board, and says -nr-of w: I am r I -jj; s-, r T irs f'nir'-_' Mrcet that led 1o the Governor'a here, gentlemen, th.se two won. You <.fr l! i, h'r, G ;u irnni< di .tely rcm--t Jv. l.i- to g'-.-ttit hc'n-rg In (ri'l'-iv. rrar.sion was the one on which I re- doubloons, I reckon, will cover drink wiibjll his -L.ri.ed s'.utk up own__tint he-is hut r ap'inj; tl e fr-iit nre rehy to withhold a li- uded. and it beca-i e my occupation to enough of any or all kinds for the pride, did'nl a bit loo or too of his own in rtr.rt'ir -very who watch those that sought audience. whole prty. Now, I put them up goon lo his ff Th- se are '-il f- Mi-.f b-r... in ed rifrap, r% Tn Ti-irilory, in i li.- will iii.iil i. MH Tin: IJ.ini-b "We fi' cdcd it th ou me a stiff bow 10 mk, but 1 hcpe lo holler, if 1 don't call to I w ;it by. se '-'u I- inj craft d.iily ,ind a-L for a lump of JUT-by in'ii> at', ina-le. s', "r in .-.ny pj.i'iCiO't" ic new r in our-'- lo pay un h r r tirf would wiluin or or who l.U rrrt- r- what i- ffiMn-j-ud in b wh> ar- aTii-- h lnpiO' tomcd r al th" f mal  'ion of II about '2 Amerna, 01 r'  e Hudson ir. th" hy Jo-n fite of tflettion th' lar. or it and l.f' ('t Had. M 'h' II. 'ft 
                            

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