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   Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - October 10, 1848, Madison, Wisconsin                             TKNNKY, SMITH, HOLT. MADISON, 10, 1848. VOLUME 5, NO. 8. Bust less Cards ffilSCELLANE )US. S, I. BRIDGE A nc.T.'.jr THAI in Ruliben with 31 The fu lowing exceeds S'-ription nf the. chase of 111 if. Uffivy anil Misfrllanroim llariiwiire, }jaii "Water St., Milwaukee, Juti hrlovtl f I'nitr.tXtatn H >tvl.) ,ra l r I I. Hu r-f. R. 1" I lull J-'t., Pf. I''irk. [Srr .'l.li'Ttilt'nen ly clever de- twc rubbers I th? -aptiiti of a! a- ;il itaton Rougt La is from lln; N. V Delia- The robbers, two whi e men, bad made "lien- escape with in bills and silvei, ivbenit oceurre to tome one thnt they might be traced .y a fine pack blood-iiourids kept in i 1 The ore caught; every cent of the is recorered, und flip heart of Capnin Seaman is "made glad wiih the tidhigs of exoeedinj }rruat by tJieir faithful arrival. David KaMiltoM, AITORNEV AT l..v'v AND LANH hooil, and sometimes it. Punk Wis, We bate 1 "tli-r a of the pi le.s-j say icious and Mr. Jui n Tabor, whc Ijivery Mitltlr. hruvl, !y, willing, ai.d i iNDKHf v tli" such u fr- Ire as this, and -h tlini in 'In- I l.'i-i m and us s 10 at it- of v ,-01 nrtii-nlnr atli.rr inn L'iv'''. -'n i u I.nml Wa. ruin. wtl'TII hi! h'.in wl -.1 i .r W IMS tr IHTCrKr.lll-' hi le his K mishap, tooit biidaux, v im limits his -io i crai wind; of his horn, ru a bninl llnp to tin; set tn ,ji.i 'Having some acc  AX J i-i" tl I.CJ liitlr, .i; ti iew halliie. iln-tn th i: i: was no jol e. I H. set tu wtrl n..-st." Tii'. v x'-n look the siva l.-rrlu-i-f.-n in; liighl'iiids. ai i- M' d will: ivnt -r. faithful anii-Ki in.-arH 'il tin; lime, i-.jursi li lurtuous j (.-I" iWa 11 fit1 r wan discovered, we. Si.: mint; tin; tree i Inid fin.i: i a temporary 'e n....1 r.r.'l ;it otht-r mu'l '-ail jiulled off l I'. hmi noi t time to pat !-AO murs and a hal j i-ve mil.- men and (lisnml sworn visaged aligato n'. tu LII with jenl'iu i." crouch mint of their 1 .niiiia n losing the tru r.iiupvni T.-nv i V T. [Jul usly taking i1 c: tri i npii'iiiitly threadi iui( back tu the ri -'e .-UK! (h t the robbers Ini w.-> trni n the place t.- in; a lie ivy -i1, IM otil '.lie r; er-i W'.-r MIW at lea: t neighbor- to trace ruu- eldcrn seen a of iti iriials. i always on iwai'.ing for ho is "some n> lie heiiru ntctiance rts- Tiii- ave sev- l was off in ol to their in-'s, where mid hordes, 0 tr ake of i: 1 1 o.nssed a and sliou-ud Tiey thr'n in dead ear- A lawjtr amoBH 'DWI. Lawj ers, it is generally conceded, are cute at clients' pi cfceis. Some however, are not to cute at teleclin'stcck cows, horsts, Dirin. I'. C ,111- K. T. aril in .ritiv mil Cmi i--ll..i- ;i t I.-.M III M..I. ti-.-l'll I. tll-mov M l.iw S, I know of one, a', leawt, a lawyer of some considerable fad, I belier; he has been honored with a on the bench, who once made a most eg'egiom bull in ricking out a con: frori among a herd; and, as it is your vacation to record nli whethe of Yankee or Irish origin, I will do you this one, sulstituling ficti-; lious names fof the originiln, Wiek, who lives not a thou-' sand miles from the cajittol of the I'ine Tree S.ate, was a great favorite with the late Judge Cranck S.-veral years since, while visiting the Judge, ihe lat- ter invped the former to over his premises. Among other p'nces, they visited he ;he squire wns siruck vith admiration as ha jfazed up on the i oble herd of cow s which hail just beendrove up for milking. Hoex-, I patiateiJ upon their their dilfer- ent goo I with as much 1 freenesi na would a first rale stock but the fact was, he knew but prtciou. little about stock, nnd some of the ''good points" which be pointed out, caused lie Judge to laugh in his sleeve. "We 1, the which of the i will yen will 1 take, your tin somewhat bewildered us to w lat the Judge ineiint. I "Yes, which will you alee? go 'iiigtonake you a pres_-nl of one of choose yo which you'll Otr, The- W til ilt aw i irtigl Bill? pet utter im-iOisitilily i in hii more iipn fooled, "'t'hey :it his to )g ind, his t" rnpt nil with hon IB h 'hat hu rot tiimself. Billy eh-. ayi risde sing his 3i-ba ief of -r plain i( te, tnat which, by 'he way. easy of ess, Leinj two inchf s froi .he sle >d upu ISuspicioii via: ahi n his m nit hn su; of sonti; al ort vi: de from the ri-spei iioor eld 1 na.-, wh a prs ctica: j )ke, In expected la Iwd ui more." but I confident that you hare too i much acuteaess to believe it." i- said Billy, highly prati- fied, "Goon; he can Y foil me." "Well, as 1 was going  rson who cimid ever fool roe. God ibis fact upon S eaves dropping, but he kept talking in .d to do, i a loud tone, and his door wus a littie way ttly made a fool of a point of expres- everything, howev- reached ears, exceedingly not more than five the ground, when his feet. it was forced upon "Ha ha roared Billy- "Thinks he can fool me the poor idiot. I slio'd jest like to have him try it; how is he going to do ill" said the pule focp, "is deeply laid, but he 11 n fool to imagine that he can deceive you by nny contri; vance of his brain. He has employed K. lit .iivrv I.nw. Wj 1 n'li-ti.l t-ir. I'M MII! tin- u ill T -A T. ,1 d whicli wi3 wa st denii 3, swimming d (I u zi-r gs i-.nd vviir.l- it was e lost; sume- ivlicrein from tiie where and they it on your honor, is entirely for four or i unexpe :ted, I have no tbjection to ru- wade thro' ice'ving present, but really, I choose i Kurrouriij.'d to n ake the selection, I had raiher t v, hu fet'in- K''ur honor would make the ev at fiis i Iteceivi rs should not be hoosers." do- "If >ou accept the present, you wmrf tnake t is selection. Tl at's tlie way f wain unt'l-tue s'ant's, make ;OUT action ae- 1 it oiit, bring- fordingly. Being aga-xl judge of Hock, jDu'll rot be likely to chent nnd the eccentric judge smiled a know- iiijj le. The squire dorined h s goid bowed oils that he turned his door, where he es of one. In vain ya raised and the d to him for alms, e story, the more i a hoax. "It ail he would exclaim, ol and the was compelled to wt.ftrc it wns crossed their In .rer luki.'ii iiras n it nuti 'iut he was so Si spic te; ga -s relievijil llie nrcessii WHS ii.ipl >r ng ivasteil rand sxiend. The jnoie piti ous t evidei I t was tn hi  o ir I've h ja -tl tot riucr no usi yi.-j cai.'t f wretcln'i! -seek i-.i i.tl-cr ;i ar'e s for that charity which all hings, which think- eih n ected every body and docs odd jobs at the Eagle, to cnil ign to gulf at your house just after dark this eve- live friend down to ning, with directions to lull you that had no more idea your sister Jemima lias just been taken than a polar bear j with a dangerous attack her ulJ coin- 3 have of a baby! plaint, and wishes you to come tu Pine- I ville to see her, immediately and while rally hard hearted, you arc gone, he intends to take your daughter, in a carriage, to Jones' tav- ern, on the river road Squire Cmtissis y ni ritlei borne on horseback in this smrm; so we caraa to fetch yott back n id offer yoa a tcut in our will fgrgire as, won't you, From 'ijt't .livtttittr of t ew Ywk u4 CiidiMti. "Few] eruons, evmunougajr citiinit. art 1 miiiniunkr of IIOH'I li ind Seymour. I was eior foolud i ess my said the old man. wen to tisseri that llif of givB me your Cinoinna i suri.asw.l those of New York, This is thefirrt lime !iilollij tlArAt, lt and you are iirst nm) inftlr if the assertion .veri; left without iu evi- dence. The prnuf is HS ennilv maiie, r. fected lo leors, "you'vs done whht no however, ax tlit- attivtiau. Tiw" n her living man ever could tf New "ork to li irly fouied have won her, This the  t, were in and assured him that he had seen ralue 8-K J'JS.'XM, boiiig an over u uch more fun than he anticipated those of York amounting to neariv a id when the wedding party started three mi lions of I Bright ft r home, Mr. recognized by the ort a still rreatcrdisparity boius exhilwur.t, each light, the pule fuced young gen- in the far that over five now transformed into a dri- Kirs of ill New York exports >vas m SJH- tin imlitstriul in fad, i t ii lean r ll.an l.c milled lo ihcii uuioitnt- The lust nine we saw him, he was "Tims- serve Jutinclly t.> v 'r. i an j rticlc in tto drir hero is still living, surrounded i piodiii-t, m! 11 luisc. li u lovely Sfroup of grand children, to be  n.'iflrior .o id, c thi.'ir hiir; The squire's mad was up- ''Di'i.i'v' spoke ii. iie terms of praise. wiri his dogs. iaid h r iifiy di.-llais n month, and he will t irn up his at you. Offer him i jn dollars n ami he will tell you I e is b.Mitnl In KViuher river. One man resides next door lo me, gathered ye hundred dollars worth in six days. ore lump which weighs over an i-iinco. A Ir nigh sui-h as you feed piys i, wi'.l bring m the gold region fifiy i ullars. I'tit a pifeo of sheet iron I unclieil with liniusim it, and it will i ring nver a hundred. My friend, J. paid sixteen dollars for a little I et, and his anion g-tva twenty doi- I irs a chamber lo wash oui I ne gold in. It ben's all the dreams f romance, anil all the marvels of the >r olden wand of Mi'lus. Anil yet il ii t-iie, if there b-; truth in where i old concerns -I. In another letter :lie same writer re- i i irlin The accounts tire, Stundy msn average 9flO per day. lougli niiiny times a liunilred dollars I ns hei.-n colli.-ctc I in a day by one loti'erey, Simla SHan Jose anil .an an drserled. It is abont I re liiiys ti ivel from .M.mtercy to i he district. There flour is worth Sit1 i i r Inirrel M.s of Boston crackers II lin boxes, a box n cotlon shin, liuards ioOO per 1000 n. A car- I enttfr can get 8100 per day. Mi. paid for a common cradle I feet bv 3 wide, to wash gold earth in, the. prodi MS ol ihe want." We gi e Ui the above extract, one emin -utly riund to arrest atteniinn We have not examined the fignrm, nor it matcrii I, so t'nr nn tho mere fact is con- rirneti. o tho greater amount nt from this city, or from liut th 1 thni-e slioulil be me nn nt in UL ill IK the startling, nnd, li-l us adil, i in irr.itifyiiig uil .1 cilv like Cinr nnnti. which Inw Hprnttg ttif{ i tilt; iu..-niory of living men, en vnring M ih itf populous and iinii-. mans HIM, anil store-houses, and m-hjnl housee, nd a nigion rcclnimeil from the -tavapti wiihin conipaialin ly few years, ould be already en npriing in irade wil i New the Queen oT the: unijr ihe earliest set leuifiiu nl" Europeai a upon our shores rity, in sSnjrl. o' quitf re.sjiectiibU; -jntiquily in ih in New VVoild, and, ait is cniiiuumlv thought, 'f a deal of con mcr.-iiil livity, en erprise anil weiallh. This it indeed iii-h may arrott otie'a m- 11 id acrvc to [iruvu th'it even exa (fi-ration iti the esiiauites of tlio i ami pnii of tbii country, can hari.lv k.'ep pac will. fi. Y. Lour'ur and -lirer. Death, by the U'tiy ht-Af of aGertnn.-, narncil ationt Ili'l years if age, wan fnund in; ir thu city, o-i the r-ail from Franklin, on nigln. were ruinnrH h Fridur It i si (li u L-ame ;i> dea.h by vinlencr ion enroin-r Kni.ittfg prnvol ity. vautdl I uaii n r.; an, i iv an i.ii that hi; d c'd Irom I'l-lrninci ddii by liiiif( i T ;e sident of tin; Imvn itf u wife 5 nl lour ciii'lln-li. lit; M150. Less than a diy's work to mike So ihinfrs were thrre ten ince. How long ihe bubble will lust i. is impossible ID say. ;rv I hoi ;e sir-mined he c'irrei r, ns the re- j Dint h rose and musteied herself long he hf.tJ :h.; p< ii-'tr.u er ts human .jnougl to say these virtue nd jf Actaon "O 'or, massa, nuffin, only dat cow that in tbeir est tlesperute. j of yourn be n-a-gemman cow ki-hi-ki- ihe world were alt vnii hopo of -ic-Ae-Ae-e-e. indeed If y..u know how a cl oil-fallen man tiie bar room utterL-ii at in.er- vnls, ''you'll see some pro-sently. Mr. Jones; they can'1, fool me. CON "N only adds ;ou have a pretiy fair likuness ol tl ion- fje was ine: Mary, cut of respe. ir. vo.-vr he rry gK'WS Squire Wick at the and a appatett -oirplianc p grows short 1 week i.fter Dinnh made tlie denounce- Seyn cur'-: an tii.r thill the ir.ent. The way iliat iliat very fat, her weie lis; oj.lini i perfect rush i sliorl lorneJ, thick neck-d cow waikeci lis; o tried to a ipe ir as r W would betray Uself d action. 'h-.- ilcn: upon :ti.-ow t bnoiy nwny nttei-ip. to climb a tn e nearly it of reach, th i Ir.m Ir. ihu leg and brin nifj m t srr'Jiind In s tin are Bill, il L-is; burly fie -r he Ivui -li IP-, tlio paper ai d .mils ot hay, d urn j rs. wT.ilsi the o Judge Cran.-.k s, is nobody's ever, t .icr hjnrt -iiri.'J ant! ja- j business and the way t le judge Iniiijh- her ini ir.ionac lov In i they uil- eti Qt iia friend is of no particular cun- in her c vi ry a i tl em. The j sequri cc to the reader.--VaniT Blade. At length i rablo, and finally if you want la see s; t to him, yielded an step here lo the door. to his wishes, me 1' communications to i The carriage ratr-ed up lo the door and though she in furious hiiste ihe driver reined in the reeking horses nnd sprang from his seat; the steps were thrown down he tho'i by jingo, .-.v Mr. Jones, e -are fun, just They can't fool irthfol and happy 03 vas ill nt ease, and shall h< a, al Ju try Jjly i fternoon, a pale fac- :ttk dag j and requested iin ciplainntion. ed man, wh, m Billy remembered s him spiawl-I said the boy, "I read at school to ha-.-u ic-'n i i :he s reel, but with whom thnt a man's life is but a span, and I he am s ire your face :s double that L-nsrth." tips out luMilv Not so d fellow, the al.rn '.hrliiin't ;al f the silver) iws his knife. liniseff on ;ince, called ai his to see him imme- ant business." He virs. Partinfrlon. Mess I is Mil' alive and -well, in spite heat of the season. n< ai q itiia house nn 1 n q diate'y, tn -impoi was !u w n bf War into the parlor, and her t-oul, ourherjfooi tnter d. if the Tre pa'e liced j mnc gentieraan first The Bos- t himse'l and then the object 10 hed in that I iynrro.Bwt.-r ord iVnm ion P.-st says that lo u.'e her own Ian- of lis t. "I ean unpleasant dis- iijion the r-aage sl-e'intended th3 consort of the closure tt S r. Keenc. which is iiiminnf VEI v.iv Tn nrx. n I -f 'irm, taking a pi H. W. 'VSMEY. ,n ninn can't nl Mfti'-Sf-fl 1 .A "Vo lories ine en i? SMM'II 'twfi.ty -iile cbasf, niu; j He t Female Cemelary, the other evening, of the utmost impo tance to you, ond to aw. The big nnd some of the songs ivere extricated the Karpiriesi "f y< ar daughter. You ibit rake upon with ouehitrg pythapojas.' She de- are of irst that Edward Sey- eedit. "Hu-I clares 'the whole thing went off like a mom Has his." He too I Packe ibam shot; ihe yoi-nj; angels tung friends b( lie--c ths is likexvrups, and looked like angels jusl all hope of marrv uch a chase I out of paradox.' this ij in< rel.' to ed in making his he has renounced your daughter n your suspicions, Edward Seymour 'eipc.l Mary to and Sijuii-e Curtis fol- IJil' v conC'-aled him s.-If j the door, uniil the hrtpiy trio ero in j ihe siltiritj room then trio iv ero th an air oi' wn! m. .Miss Jack-n-rj.ipcs, you'd bonnet on sis'.er dangerous, and i-.'s pretty U'.e, so iriumph he very coo! claiming, "smarl set. you could fool me, diJ y. i, hi 1 come, j ...-II.CT put your Jemim.-i ain't we'd ni-.i better be getting towards home! hn j ha fnol me will you r.- Mr. Keeae looked around, to see n- what effect his une.cpect-'d appc.-irnni-p j lrf.: had made but no one seemed at all iv< surprised; Mary did not, as migM have niixilhiry firco and wht'tlul h been expected, faint awny on the occa- it ent tn extend to fnt< sion, but stepping forward half weep- ilonrihounds, and their posterity th y. half laughing, she broke the aw- of the tension law." ihe 9th of Mun-h H4fi the Inle John Quincy Adjini- in rDilticj-'l inlo thr- Home of n'a- ivcs tlio rusolutini which we pr.'n1 be- jvv Kesolved, That tbe secretiirv o ,'ar be lu report the ua urn', ulilieal.ond martial history of ihe bloo< peculiar fitness ol lis o'u.is ofn-nrnnrs to be the associates f ihe gallint ;irmy of ihe Uniled iiiites, specify in-; the nice discrimina- inn nf his f-eent between the blo-jd he freeman and the blood of the slave -between tlie binoJ of the armed ior, iind women ond .ioo.Jof ihe blark, while, cci'irod men btiween the blood of llie savngt nnd that of Anglo cvi.tnp ,ioni Alsn.a o he number o; a-ni (lien bv the govornincn i ll'j liijihorilio of i'lorida. ffom th' -inn.I of nnd the cost of ihsi' furthci- iin- I o! tli.it satne heroic rnce int e. 1 1 niche I I c wel pniiric, to O'Plam. noil month. The 'rte .S'oiV dcclrine of oi'i ftrtuorri Tho Di-mrtrrir p Tlinerii y ri'inurkx iJinimlny a lew mi -.1 am lu chum a inoimp ly nl' In i ndstiip for tlie noble din" run; I' hi VVisiriinsiri, tin: ilennienih, !inv n t uit it in ih Iri'o Ir r Mnil I'V -ending lour ll.en in co i wii viHi-il tbi it under i vtsrv Iria illy I nlievR llmt thi; vholi- north. ilhmr i trine-lion uf purl) :uc truly iiin- in KC itmiful and and in i.n iionrNt i to KIIH! lin the.' fr e dot-i inr. i i coitgrena aiiinul of co'i forcvrr. '-ur hulinl is I (minded ipnn tin. ni' ill' wlinli- -r jin i tin1 nnrlli mil upnu ll-o pilM jirr-i'i i liavc I ecu iluri-iie lii i also npo tin- I nl (In- r.rif. nn n, :mi llie idea nl In'ld i I tin- mirth six i-.ionilsM, :t' il HIK! arc II into mil in I Du s.-il liir in a jHirlv "lead, thai goo I uli! Wi ne'ei shiill it It usei lo li-doral ini: t, Ail (Inwn bi.'fnrr. As Hut n. hi, f w, :it is we have to mount a ilimg that's been. o( a IIKIKt Vnrk tli in nt)   
                            

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