You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - October 31, 1848, Madison, Wisconsin w TKNNUY, SMITH, HOLT- as Cards, 31 BRIDGE Co, nn lelu- U-n- tn readers, thr. It if, I earj I istcllmieom Hi the ----SJju. Cas: Water St., Milwaukee, nt iluiulhe mtftf-lutei Hut I) If
ami conlaji ed valuable (a> roe crew, and finally applied to the of ihe American rssseb in port, for the loan of their for a day. This faY'ir was readily gfmntej. The Wan-. ___ deror was scan manned by eighty orj val of allroni i ad which ninety as fine fellows as ev< r knotted a i be in sccordices UM dictates of MADISON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER JJ1, 1848 rmttVM F ropi i, witicl. wont meet be in sccordices bensTolrtM e anc j mti' e. This wrs a o< the matter jo-ether nev tj tte Vat we. There was force in tt e ret of the Engiith- mnn, anJ .'tin ffr'fiffgs responded to :he tet forlh. He felt that il ail- ordered to semi port in the and saw s jch a crew, atl neitlydressed, wtis little than to let fire Stag's. Hut the gre 'ter part of nl quarte 3, he promptly defiled in hist to and i.cslriy pi iperly of private (01 lelird-1 or puddened an fnrhor (h privateer hnil no ch tin cables in those B itjsK shipt t Co nmodore Treerm.l cam-; on board in his barge, agrei ably to poiulmenf, and passed up the accotnmo- were dntion ladJer, and over tho gangway. lit vfdter.fipiuUj i lK'ulnr %lte uion i nij Wurrdlli I litunti nnu unj IB the wdtr- the capture! ships were hr -nt on the own mind that was eaten- Vi JUFHCOOK mfir thnt he an in the liv mpy INI th a 2J Cntlin Ac oru .l'irp t Mil" J .-Mi V-i pi i x .int..- I U nil! k .Wii wn'ers wbe-e they -were caj aiei, after i stripped of thei rno-tt valu- Much Wei'e often j seen in thu night on the Atl ntic, on the 1'iii-inV, nr.d on the Indian and j while they ended somewer to cripple ihf resourc -i of the enemy they caus- ed ti vast itidivi'lu 1 suffering, and [ilungr'l many worthy mei, who perhaps dej rectited a wat eUreen the two countn -s as u groat evil to be avoid- at ui! ii. znrds, from IP suiimil of ti tho lowest dept t ot pover- ty. Such i re some of th'j ali'al antl .iniiViiidabl consequences a wor. Ii tilt; in Kith of August, 1 13, a beati- of a ri rig, I'l.NM 1 Mil" V -L V I-MV ,1 MI, t. 1C. T. i t I -V C' an, :i v M'li r., W J. Uilli H Kuai.i ii.iimv m I.PIW u ill Si In .t it i I Mtit 1i.Ii W T fr i. r- .K -r t', nn.l it 'I i M t. A 'C S- t T t 4'liar' rs i. -U-. p i.c'l-tl fr, I ,r ID -nji'tir 1 V.-SF 1 b. I be hiiiiiov..ir I ho.vcti i, 1 VMIllllI not !.t :tu- c'll in IHT nn -IT t iMi'.y-fivi i In V I'jliil" I rj J tm tlt'j I raVi-ih lo find (ihti'n on the pilot boat moJi n u port in Ni i In lies, with deri-r, ioJt burn, -su.k or d itroy to till i t uith on I .v IJngland pc nnisaion utij nt-iny, lh-it c juuvnrd nr S< iiml piiisapr U tho't, it .njurv ,v! 'cl: ,uis-- to thelSr u iironimerre iu great, 'o( siic f.ir luted for runiiin tli.tn figSit- luik nruiiiniui t hting ol pound cam nuts, whil LTt-jtl stamen D i rcw. Ns ui uU) .in iiupo-in T. She was 1111; crnll, Ii -.1 u Ii side O'l t unprsed t Slit' Wolll IK- I fur a r'! ihe cuslo-i nry mist il yll-l ineau M ilj spurred, g rune port- 115 1 seas n llie ti.- H nh a'l ai J npputtenan- lalfcd to d i a great deal_of mischief, and would mr.ke short work with anything of less fo ce than nar. He rmined to take %n memures y. The re lull equalled the expectations of Capt. Arilcox, who stood in as much fenr of a imall gun Irtig as of tl frigate, but who was determined to moid a con- tact with either, and trust to the nimble- nets of h s heels, if he could once get fairly ou to sea. An opportunity at length nr'ived. A furious icjnall set iu duiingth; nigbl. The wind blew in fierce anc fitful gusts, and the rain fcfl in prent abundance, and iiereased the obscurity of the atmosphere- Wilci.x ordered he cable to be ct I, and tinOer a r ctt.il and jib shot like a dolpbin of the harboi of Wham- poa. The anderer hnd n fire run to the Capo of jood Hope, and with no- thing to iuruiaii cauao for ilitrm. One da i, win n a few degrees o the west- wtird of he as day broke in the ea.t, a Irrge ship wns steering to th eastvurd under n press of Capt. W loojc altered the i of the unO steered directly 'Or the ship, winch hi soon made out to be a heavy Itn nimau, doubtli ss well arme'l deserrinp upon tba ocear. when far away BL it i) uncertain what wcull liar 3 beei result, liad he not nt tbt.t ncmer canglii the of the bcanl.ful a id a camplislied Mrs. but charm- Henderson, SI e wn in a; in her ai d addressed I ho captain in B mufital T ice, which sound- ed to hi.n, a-cu in mci for months to the gruff mutter ngi jf tl e sailors, like the music o'' thr spheres. Ho listened to her atte itm-ly, in eloquent lan- guage p'ea< eil thi cansa of her Lus- kand em 4lap Wil on, who, with all a sailor's Dalian r', at wo- man, was in his lurn complewiy Tan- H? ti U hei to give herself no further pretnti'iion the Teasel and cargo should be nstor d to her husband, Such w.is the liiumpl of beauty, plead- .ng m bt h .If cf h inanity and jus- In thj mean :itne t c English sailors, who were stjwdana among the wood- en guiii. w rn H I tin nt in KAI i v x 'fir i r n v, K i v i H U- y lirllo: r II ,1 '-II TII-i >i r Thu V Kn-biir.1 .a ni I'loruii'ih h-att. I nl nhl-.i c i nrnundcd by an of :bime, tnc creiv. hunils were piped l> "Come i iy jniil the captain, we iry ihu mrtnl of lliat fellow W'1 havj tuken nothing yet, nnd there id guuJ picking on boar 1 of suine of tlivse ot (ward boutid In..'iamett. The thing m lit be carefully for if Jc tin Dull only suspects our infe-' ri >r he will bljw is out of the shttme'ully 'd by these rascal- it the in tliis e e gun j better sntisfied be was with himself rip led Ben, ''so there is. "What a ninny I should hnve said he to himself, "if I hnd sot the Aln- wick Castle on fire, with the tlitnby pi en of doing my best to cripple the ces of tlie enemy." He left the Cape of Good Hope, nml neit touched ai the Isle of France. Af- of it, q.iliirnrian, tngulher i wftfct, M comSion gff tU I wish I a hnmtpls flower, GmwftHf (ttsiVo h.r path, by her own secnhjher, I might tta cullcdf, To brmili hef hulniy Thon in bar buji.ir: writ, MM) By it> soft hetrmga die. wiih I were a Sutlo lurj N'cJlliua upon tin boug That tbailu !ier cbambor, j Vin the uwlii _ enabled loc M> iip'iiw atceptby tl.a trie- .tion qft the e-'uinl nil, upon the same priifr (rWt a murlnrr c) to the BkBmnrtof uieroy- a! of a It Will tio obMr- vftf that the ie M rra fKMndblaciwi-y ot tho liTomotite ruua.ng backward" by any T eight wlii. h il may have tp M each r IK atl wheel aeli the it a liwnrnonvo: M tltc mvenuod That gun was iiver ast in a foundry. I. is m ul i f t :urK js kind cf metal, ait mot ev of the crew, nnd her a .s o u of t le same kidney Quper k.nil of mnr in these Yankees ciiiino i a e all ooden This .-raft has u it an iffec insgun on board (ill as sure is my name's Tim- thy ight. i rl< -ii'iian, a rol w.is a stric' ;i hu crew it i i niitnber, hi-i vc 1 v, i.l. ilniitiible u'ltward pass ig 11 srcuorous n rajr of canvass vas packed on the brig, and it was f the Indiamnn ihd not like her appearn ice, for he tacked ship nml s'ood to t ic southwest. Thi Wanderer nd 'lettciitv. rupidly gained upon th'i chase, and xvus Cnju. Wil- f.ist closintTto the weather quarter, when mini! jr vf Hriti- h t npl. Vilcux fired a gun to windward. IT i pHU -I -it ..r .I M I, Mn n n. PHVSIl I I N K r 1 mi I In- >r Str i M Wu llobarl i rn.l i r .f. n nJ .1. ll.'i I W I, V Tlnrt in. It l.'H ,ilv II M it riMM nf Tl. r levy. in.) i --in Ten it I'llMI.' HT. ur f movo thp i illi lit r iiii ru ot i ri'i.l slri" il f' ,vith ;i .v n y H n 11 Wit iK'inv- ,11 with a and wa; their frigntus nlucli lie fou id litt e diilirul- u -Vll in withi. 1 rgo merchant iwaui wiialel hat iculJ I wnbeiirlU'i taut, 2 I -were tli-j ffvntfa tree as Sinhmj; ftroun.J her homo, Murrnorliijf luw through Ircoa Whan'tr she !DTM to roam Ami branthiay o'er hor lliunbtri mwk, tn sumrattr To fun bor brow, nml kiu her t-' And her irouhled Jrcatnt. I T were n glimmering In Ihauluar turamer sky, Tlmt through winjowa from afu Might raoft her i mvwi jlnd watch ad Uw hwr no___.... M.f-hi pnralr West: .Indent Meiiro- no iintior iio more touehinp nnd mi 'rrstiiijr reenllertions cluster, than a- roi nd tbu childien of thu sun." Itcau- 110 be doubted dial the grandeur of thu d url of was never >n liiia continent, and perhaps never stir- pa sed on the castcm. nuw scuts snoie extei'sive lielda for research ill. u Mexuiu A d.jubt hangs arounj all it.- i-irlier an almim inipeiu'lra- bb vail ol obscurity. TliH Is even more iHi-viirirnblr tli.-in lut-iorit's of otlicr n.i ions, irom llie fact that Mexicct bad no lialict, not even :t sysum of hj-erojfly- p! n-s, Irit all luul re inaiir by nii'tiRsof pirtnrps. These ai i-l if fly ami to the imlrfatijrulile c; ertions of Mr. tho Tlim-ytlides ot nimlern liisUirima, be IMS in Kiiglntid, weave iiulebtp.1 for all we h ve kit, of the trnindenr of'.he raee, Its ongm is enveloped in gtoemi itu growth 01 ly RvuJunct'd by the gigantic slrticlures fruvvn in riiiits from ihe forests of fttt tpHst thi ttAt the nev tlieii- rights to pruperty, destined ttr mlutioniie the UymciiiiiV reiatKMit in thia the mercy if her lord, m Chonantl mav Car Iwi n juirforma ice ol' the courting time "iy simply drawing the SlinwJa, k mriew, ntrtr may buy a i many pltuf large English ship lay m his track, and as he drew near, he saw a lady beneath the awning on the poop, engivjjeil i'i reading, while breathing the gr.iteful sea air. As the boat was gliding p.ist j the quarter, she raised her eyes frum '1 do of (he it ihe page, and gazed upon ibo features jiitr.il A cr stanil proudly among tl e lighter of miHJern Mexico.- t nJ astonish d the corporal. cl xrrned "my uncla of the American Hor visage be a pi -tty atory to tell in the boatswain 'This ship Aliuick Castle, of guns, laktn bui it by a paliry Yan- e mcr ;h int bi ig, rmed with quakers, eieral times ami hoiited American col The sh'p and ni.inn.'d b r a dozen greenhorns, mil sloops of of which it v n, I inters il fCllll i a match for I ie uniLll armamt n anil comjiit- iien, he Ii >isl die "slurs tit his try i- ill tieak, nnd ?-iil, re-' Iy fur lur mtr nstern to ri .nrtl the preclude the (io ubi ily of get- ,ni point t in 1 le.ir, the ere iy would claw ill jmssibie deip teh. The vVnnilerer was U ind to China, und lu-d Wlmmpos B short pas- v. hundred ar fifteen days. She S'IF ipite uf !thnt tun 'iave been jl.ail, w -.en Cnpt. Wilcox sprang upon a '4-110 ne-ir thr gangway, with a sjieakini.' iust nut f t le wo 'ds. And all this comes o u of invins woinen on board They ttr; it hu boi om of all the mis- chief that ev th IIK III', M 'SKI II' I hull, l sbipH, t: AVnlKir, ec'l-'U in trap- ri'inber of vain bl._- Amcu'iu i ul jiruvi nled rs from purc. cniiie quite n .vitia- tion HIT) the and old Treenail. arrivt'd at in llie fngi Ii SH'I.inlander, n liiitnp few da nnd had a voice 'ike the famous K'.ento of elJ. "1'iist division, there" shouted be, nU ready to aid then iJirect- ng his trumpet towards tl.e huge ship, .vita cannon protrnimg from tier sides, ha had the aol impudence Spendall, .1 i-Jutig i id handsome sailor, with flovi.ig nn-ks, i bright black eye, such .is ta lies iovo to louk upon. "A prett> v-omai is ne er out of place, at was instantly lighted up with ast ment nnd delight: "Captain Wilcox'" she said with here is captain shu looking- down the sky-light. Then i mi- ning lo the side of the deck, ihe snaich- ed a Pcarf which was lightly reposing on her shoulders, and it lowuula the b'ont, attracted the alter (ion of thai gentleman, who recugnued ln-r now, and in a moment he was of the Ainwiek Cattle- He was received at the gangway by captain Henderson and his lovely wife I need my tbnt he wiis m the kindest manner. Afu'r tbv first warm greetings were over, Mrs Hen- derson, with ihe ngiiity of a f.iiiy, de- scended into the cabin, whu-h was ele- gantly fitted up, and returned un a relit: ol a glonnui ami in its nrins, K r irtnres i tl first Temple, ilnl not Htand r.irtlietiou .iml Who can say lliat Co- long before 1': The- st h-peet is of many ihcnighro, a id among; them is 01 8 towefr- ng the 'gen ilivt will now ensue in marital op stolary fitiTHuro. 1 Arer inorf- com-plr letior writers have no pro- lision for I its eitwrjri'ney, antl fJis- iiatrli luist< ns to Ihu W. deem t important to copy .t few spe- of tlwsi: ntoJoi tjiilttn. they fatter Front a fo k'tit a king for u cool "From i ie store, Market st. I o'clock. Dear iu: 1 am confoundedly Tm mg JenkniH' tn take up, mil am i ouceilly ulYaiJ of a Please sen 1 me a check lor iif y dollars by bearer- 1 export money from Mud- dle's Jraft nert wei-k, ami will then M- fund it, want. Your tir iresl CHAI.LES." Letter 2- Front a wift who Utr right to a ildiiujticiit kux'xinJ, "Dear 'harh s i am aetorUlieJ that you sfioul I come to me for nKney. aftsr the mann r yon have acted. I loaned yon ten jelurn next day. 1 di I not hear a word rom you for three lityt after .irtls. Bcsidot ibnt, I jjare yon Ally ii in in not statKl -uronsr, onp before i'sr- i i....... i i .1 tienis yes to buy tobacco, which you t-noii oa llie Acroimlns, that T .11 promjued 'u reuirii that evening; I I aru'iiiiiie was iw a city when ihe wan- i_ not SL'i-n 1 tliertfore luite -row aea or on >ho e, in I itr weather or foul, bearing in her arms n biigtit and the nan that g umblea at breaihitic; the SJIEO aif nith i pretty womnn, is :o add in n and in pcrniive lone, no snilc t, am. i ;es to be kic'ceJ to 'Ship ihoy haul down your colors and dtatl. louktys.' Lay ur main topsail lo the man, was roinpelli (1 to c ase his clamshell. take good then in his loud-' Captim W enl upon deck, wj Hani doivn your flag, I say, or I'll blow you sky ith high Thii threat produced the desire ri ef- In- n. i nfterwiirds, i look, ns he gi fuel. The Urilish enaica casno flutter- ing u ion the deck, and the heavy ma.n yard t f ihe Englishman was brnceil round, tho was put hnril ciart-d w ttli n down nnd (he ship was laiil lo with her wi'.li an ad- i mainljpsail to the mast, having struck LAND AGENCY. t'nflit, ii tfitlifitninn, ba.l fa. i in.- pin vo on thefairpi irmrtioni of the to tlu United letter of 1 brig, that aim tga 'Jonathan" j Want erer. Cant, Wilcoi sent his firsi Mrs- Hei Jei si n h nging upon his arm. HeorJT'dtht ere v aft. "My tads." said he, yoi ifvi- lehared nobly. We have J this British East India- man, o' hiary fun', and shi 'n a and rtr. tnie h' lut inti ce, without firing n lawful prize to the re cannot man her an port I. A I1 isnn. iri' rh. frotn t1 1 j woalhured yoi he woull (i out. Wilcoi am-liDi ,1 other m I ml it erterinij .1 t HIT Hot I, 'I'MV t'Nflf K.SK urifMT.'l lun- llr n in shoro, Hllll-LT- llii'tn i n s ,1 nini u nie.in liii ra'' nf reel puns ol his i his brig opart llie harbor, and to conceal I ie actual rondi- armament lit talked itli the ulea tlai ruck privateer i util crt-w. ence of O ami imprisstd iJu Watulerer t jjuns, letial'oni' luin Ir d iren. In the inic he was fee etlj purchasing office on board, accompanied by his clerk, in officers' uniform, in order to send on board the brig the captain of the slip, with his and ai matu of ihj crew as the boa; would convey. The .-hip proved to be the Alnwick Cas- tle, Capt. Henderson, nf seven hundred and f fty ions, from Brhtol, bound to the I le of France, with acnrgoof stores, provisions, v strict nltrfl n iilit-r i! of pni niion, ca-ised a or wo ulen guns, to I e nanufactured oti ounted on cnr as i hen enublei. hut appeared to buard, regularly i riages 01 slides H-' on ga' i itays to show bo a ''irmidable sei i tho part o! tucth, herr were clurnv th" c v Land Agetcy A- Si k fount; llf -ill l for n -Mt KtlV 1 XO'L -I rh.-i i-i v I is r--i- 'oinir, M il ill tl 1 V I'i f th Mr iml I 'i 11 K- (i. '.nit, ill in tbt' c 1'iip.ir.itiVf tkiil which Juvc in art of buihlmg. ''ho barbarian 1.1 'nulils u palace. Or Jirvi s a pillar, nr sculptures a slalup. Yet ;f are limtui in exquisite Ijciuty ol among the relics oi'tliat t -HI. It is kilobit too that i'arhiz car- urdttiili him lo Kiiiopc carved joweln iliich hi; found in Mexico, whoie deli- nte limxh siirjiatscd llie o1' cntti'rs, at thai lime almost un iliuilU'.l in tlie rsiiern worlj. The read ie rejiaul who will carefully nil tin1 wlii.-h he can find, ir. ny wnnint of this riaficn in pre- icrveil, anil innki llit'ir t-harncler am! ilia iirj a ililigBHit Ktti.Jy. rc'Ialinjf In lulv halnls ritl ruHlomes, are inter Monti fiiina, llic of ;iad Ills table nupplifil with fresh iith from the ti-ilf, by ninnum on fool, tunici- Ix-iiij; as i n iniLnoivn in Ainerio, In 'iri.'l, iti )n w.i-i bravo, rsi Ingh Kline of cu'- will cct all f, Inch .1 liiap.' t.vat.on, when llie kpanidrils tho jinu. Aruiind line, the-star K Wheeling, Va., tut, anys iho De-trim vt their of tin-holy nioiian-lia Bulletin, in temerity it i.'oi'S not exjccJ 'lie grual nation seemed lo hnti'f all tl-c that of captain BraiJy, a Ihe hopes of thr ra itnil wilh the fall nf General, who was celebrated in day Montriiima, ihe line of Mexico began to for his gallant feats uron tlie hostile sa- go swiftly down. Fiom ih.it hi llm, eloquently tlie ll-ll! pith' in then l --S, IVltllOUt 1) n.'ii I arm for I H, It in (ou rounl' nenr Ui f.tr tnln It i" lh.. ii- Um1, ID tlistl (imlr-f I us' i wit'nh hrATl -c on I Ii m 2 tn Ii'iuirn ol N Tu :n June H> i SI4 nini hlf i riiiki n, nr N Y SMJIll next t w .11 mis, am! ,irra iho nh ted vith round and and one broalside well directed, would have mad1 fearful work win the Wanderer, and Jecided the conlen ugainst her. B it Cnpt. Henderson was accompa- nied by his wife, a yorng and beautiful won an, to whom ha lad been married bat i few short And ti> this must be nsctibed bfs reluc- tance to engage in a desperate consul will a Teasel apparen'ly his Wi'h a heart be handed 'he olfi- cer his papers, and nst isted bis wife n lo the boat, and wilh lha gieater of the crew, they were sofm on board the WinJeriT. The men were plaretl in iroi s for greater secu ily, and tempora- ril> stowed awaj'ben, aih the in ihe waist. Captain Wilcox icw.n ascertained by cxtmminp the ship's papers that lie l.ad cnf lured a yrir.e of l.ttle value- lie eoi Ul not fparo mtn siiflicicnt !o r.iivi- ca e her mlo an American port; ,ier consisted of b artii-'.i-s ntuch his behiilf, nn3 I have promised that the ship shull be iven up to- the cap- lain with al. I.er Tects, with, liberty to procetd on 'heir voyage. What say you ni} lacs, hav I acted right s iid Mi Henderson, stretch- ing arm t .wardi the rough look- ing an J add easing them in A me- lodious O do confirm the pro- mise .'0 ir is captain hat giren me ani .ill you." Thi laibri sla ted at the totely wo- Approaching one of (he fofts oicii- iiBi'oiilunninated by the blood of iho ied by the Americans, ona Capt. af Commerre. judge thai von arc a cbent, antl not to trusted. If ymi are much in want of money, '11 sli your note ith gooj cinlorscr, .1! tlin-e per cent n noinh. If yuit like this jjroponition, up note wit! atl omlorncmcijt Snooks'. 1 suppow he'li' for J m foa'n t nAA by itie 1 ban; imn cowulalicn, that I In my own. In roj art! to your man vi .h t s muc i ardor and admiration us if she lial en a superior being, drcpret: amcng aern from the skies; anil when h> en tain repeated his ques- tio i, dt.-i ling by hia rs any relu t. ice, ilcox ccr- UM ifi'l the Jin oliucr It Km- ins prose'i.-e llie ittcrnoon pl Wilcox nci -in tin brip, luiti is ijii.iJiirs" d trim 1 01 ti to s imposing n( ie nance ko '.-firb, nnJ J n .idol wit bre'1. !i g'.in .rhcr Irimminj L red H m raclis ahont i ppiilemanly rnanner ajamst tins sum- and fibres, pist. Is niul.m ry disrosiuon of in nlnch Unf- in ,'t at j.rofiisun, w-ro he was directly IL.T he WHS ,in-il in ir act d right 1" he was re- to b-r a ri iging shout of "Aye, iijjd cheers for Mrs. P-eJ Urady dtscorered, when too to a- void it, that tbe savages had laid an am- buscade for him- In front, near lln> left, large numbers of armed warriors lay conwaled, watching for their prey. As Brady approached, uml got wilhin the ambuscade, the Indians in tile closed in behind him. He was surroun- ded on three sides, and on the fotmli ran a river, the bank of which wa; eighty fset, of nearly perpendicular dp- scent. Tbe sarages fwlt mre of then prey, nnd rushed furiously on. Brady saw ai ontfe the extent of h' danger, but being mounted on a lug! ffttfj> Gruilcn. During the Afternoon of ilay and Friday week, a veiy n ccomnNa TO nd tbe taw ullow? mo to mnniga my i projitTty in my own way. If itw- ever, a1 yon can't gel an t'luinrser, I won't be bin upon you. Send >ne your note for at Riity tlayn, an.l if 100 wortli of silks m uiul 1 Jl send you S50- Iliirrv waidnp. Yours, JANE." Lfllcr i from n "rrtpniitilrfe" iciff tween 2'Jd and Si3d streets, 1th nvt-nne, this t- iy, (.Vfw York.) fnirinc is (litl'urenily rinniriiclfil from any otlior. nitd its principal objoct 18 for ill" ann n- niuit stcop inclines, MJ as to lessen ihr iliein, grt'at ofdei'p cntn in 'lie building of railroads. Wo saw thr Operate we'll upi'li tin im-lmeof 27ft tcci U> ti tailor, May J7. Mhe.iw Tli'.1 of ihil order K my who w-tutt two pain of nng let mJ r'larir the t in jcoi Id not be trsnsftrrsd to the th-'i'r 'an I he issued orders l> take out eivrv loin ii-Initn, with ihtir baggage, anc! set the jEcki.-s, Ti--sel on fire. It vet s then that captain cn'nnon shjt wi re H up K> ca lain Henderson, The pprl iii' b< tiifeer captain Wilcoi and the nKeie.'.tin f e ivbohad so uneiptec- ei ly hinorci hi cabin with their pre- sence, was "lire nety impressive. Cap- loin Hem eison 'ipressed his gratitude 11 the wa'n eat erms, and solemnly do- c'nr'd he vou' repay the obligation, tin- first l ire it ronld be in his power to si-ne art Vneri an citiirn. AsforMri. F n tl TTsci. wri Is could not express her mettled h.rae, he rtsolveU not to ne ta 'tnc, ll nndorlhe cm ken He remc.l Ins horsg ton.ir wl of during tlm as.-enl_, n.l the bank, and gave him the --pur nm rein the gallant charter went off !ik an arrow, and npproached the bank nil such tremendous speed that he cotil I not stop, on ihe margin, bin with a rious bound sprung rider and a1 into the air. Fortunately there qrew i large crab-apple tree nt the foot of iL blulr, on the border of the river. TSi t i -i_ -il unn j in- IIIMNT top thickly interlaced with a wil I the rj to gtape vine. Into the top cf the tree f, nr rylmilcrs, luo on cacfi null1, one above lln- oilier. lower are the n: mi a-j thoso in oniinon nmt perform llie ofli.-es. Tbe IIIIIHT nn rankf ho oiank f driver- Ttto toji cyliii'lcri non-r used luit awmil- rig and aits h> i.lives. (In liio, bli.ill or ixl'1 ('nvrii ii) tlie tup c) lirsiii rs tii'-rf lw-> Kilo Ut'i other wbocls on two stubby vi rural Bli.il'm (irmly tec irc'l H. Ill not hit her tUft for ill' iwn. If you allow liim lo ill at s nount, juu ilo -m vrtur n.k. S. 9. tiim, of faihieen the rfrniofri majoruy, but tho Kcj-umc tbo den n- crane majority dost not i nl tbr of the UnifO in liic lunir lo the (rain-; nl tin: t Siy hn.tp.n moil Op lie luwcr nl ihe H.IU! -tin frifticMi wheels-, on Ii will tin r' fore he obs-rrvfil uoii, -iuJi >y tin bfvolaml wUroli- tirrps ll.P tw d fncttuii whrcla in mmon I I If I tilt ''I ll fill c iiin.lf tenter enrfa- nt informs tba Albmijr Knii-1 erborl.er.lhal he hai in tjiakit perfectly wn'iT proof; and bavin tin properly drying im- jm-iJi ii'iy after -caii'in. rni'ib in cci nnui'i ntw liiMvvii I, a C.M lie I >-al. unill ll tnUn 'ip by llie laiti-r, which it nia> be npplit to mibM.i icei for iiibv fion e.i h in the common vl'n1 It nlmnst immo- mid will no nclion It IK unneccssnry to any for bow in >h" i-alion inny be utert For n it it n ulinn "liieil thii u VIT fait off by p I" In I milling it toili i ihtiilely morn if i tiiot flu- and ITU; i, nn il mnn nppl IKI L ncf" will mm -ph (re. firoK i Ii. r-j
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.