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Manitowoc Pilot, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1859, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Tire wind is a bachelor, "Kerry and freci He rOTesai plcusa-e O'er land ind o'efsca; He ruffles the Like, And be the Sower, And fce sleeps when lie Hiia, Jo n Jumtume bower. gives Co the cheek Of the maiden a bloom; lie tastcB her warm kisses, Eojoys iheir perfume; Bat truant like often Tlie gweela ;hat b iid countenance. which is reinni-k.-ble in the IC.iupi.-ror, ci. vincrd him that the IVinc-e w-s serin "You are young 10 be so melancholy observed the Squire. His iuiiled, remarking, ''Short di my life ha.- been, fortune has dealt wiih me, i uVVhy Prince." suid tlie Squire, "never heed jade." Ilia' Highness merely shook his head, ai.d "Nay, none of us tan escape our Highness surely does not believe that was fhc .Squire's exclama- tion. "Gail it what you will, sir.'1 replied the Prince, "it is religion to ,110." After a long pause llic ?quiro sai.l, ''Every man has a lo his own opin- ion irone more so than your Highness." Tlie Prince raised his lint, remarking, ".Sir, you flatter me." Now, I have heard it observed the Squire, "thixt fatalists (stealing a cautious glance at the iinpene- trable face before hitu) have an imniensc advantage over ordinary men by auticipat- 1 ing their future in this The Prince's face became lit up with anima'.ion, m he answered, "Sir, wme I as of Ileaven as 1 am of what I shali be, I not The Squire's meiry laugh cut short the Prince's speech, as ha rogu- ishly exclaimed, "Ah, ah; this is the ad- vantage the followers of your religion la- bor under. Your state hereafter is as inuch a mystery to you as our earthly ex- istence is to us poor devils.'' The Prince good naturedly joined in the him- self, but soon relapsed into his melancholy mood Bgain. The Squire was loo interest- ed in the matter to let it drop. He said, "I should ba afraid to think, then, that the future disquiets you.'' "It is even so, good sir; though, to a vulgar mind, it would teem wt brilliant as could be was the re ply of the Prince. "What is that, your highness, asked the Squire, now nil atten- tion. Reining in his horse, and looking itoadily into the Squire's open English countenance, the Prince replied with much emphasis, "Nothing less, sir, than the im- perial purple of Franco. The- Squire's first' impulse wa--. Lo laugh; but there was something so indescribable about ihe strange man at his side, that he felt mysterious influence creep over him, for some timo his tongue refused ils offico. lie, however, ventured once more to address the Prince, but in a more de- ferential manner than he had been accus- tomed lo use. "So great a station as the one you mention, your Highness, would compensate most men far 'nil iho ills that flesh is hoar to.1" replied tlio Prince, with warmth, '-the majority of mankind are incrccunaille; great men are monsters because they are giants in the nidsl of pigmies. As Emperor of France, I have a destiny to fulfil. Colempuraries rosy call mo cruel, false a tyrant; but 1 wort for posterity, and by that will be judged." "Your Highness is an- wared Iho Squire; ''the responsibility of suoh a office would make a. man of your Highneea'a intellect serious, but 111 the iiMantimo, why be replied the Prince, "1 but mortal, nud must regetcie like my fellows.'' j The Squiro looked up in doubt, remark- "1 don't a nn mi LI! ia vnnii _ .l.-ued from that memorable day of'the i sion. TVHAr htia she done in the I line of radical relurmsl NY here is ihe measure she has been the ineana of con- Ihc i summating for the public good? WHERE, Great events had occurred since the memorable incident we have been describ- ing. 1'evoliuiori had once again out in Paris, from the chaos that on- sued ihe follower of iho Cheshire hounds had become the 'emperor of France. Squire---------had never forgotten liie meeting with the "man of on ,vhom all eyes were now turned. During all the long years that had elapsed since lhat occasion the Squh'e never heard from the Prince, lie supposed, that in Ihe whirlwind of politics ;-.ud g iverr.ment., Ihe I'l-iiicc; had failed to remember even iho the window, and said, :'i think I once told Administration had rim tha annual expon- ydu that I believed in my clesiiny; you ses of the Sute up to When dollars. When this Radical Reform" Ccimo up, Ua'-low Orton, Mr. Ilobart. Geo. 13. Smith, P. II. Smith, Fred. Horn, and others exhibited the deformity of the haul- ling in such glaring colors, that it was killed for the presents. [See page 302 of Assembly Journal, 1S5G] But the most profound Radical Reform of the Governor and his party, was the horrid botch they made of the Revised which cost the people to make, and to patch up, mend, The slauder suit was for the 9ih, and the throng of spectators grew ia number as well us excitement. And what now- seemed strange, tha current of public opin- ion now ran decidedly for Hopkiiis'. His money had procured witnesses who served his powerful advocates. Indeed, so trium- phant had been the success on the previous day, that when the slander case was called Mary Ellison was left -without an attorney had withdrawn. The pigmy pettifoggers dared not brave the sharp wit of Pike, aod the scathing thunder o.fPrentiss. Have you no inquired Judge Mills, looking kindly nt the plaintiff No, sir, they have all deserted ine.and I am too poor lo employ any re- plied the beautiful Mary, bursting into In such a case, will not some chival- splice tinker, so that nobody can tell rous member- of the profession smiled ihen; but who is in "the righ't j ch bj-okb "Well, 'pon mv replied the Squire, adinir.islr.ition as wasteful ancl extr.iv.i- i his honest face lighted ''seeing is believ'mr." what they mean, and will eventually cost charged this upon ISarslow, and denounced the tax paying people of the State a million of dollars, at least, in litigation, Here was up with smile; a11 j peater's lyin- charged lo '-Pump" Gar- It seemed so preposterous ______ iliat nobody believe it. except those YorJi a Century Ago j who wanted to believe it, and they, with 1 us, denounced the wasteful extravagance It is always interesting to glance vrith our then poor opinion of j a splendid achievement, which hail the Governor committee to memory, as he did the silly twaddle of the widow Bedott, he could have enumerated as one of the "Rad- ical Reforrca" he has been an instrument in bringing about. memory s eye over the history ot the past lea lls to oppose him and go in for Bash- Again, as another instance of reiuarka- aml compare filings that were with those ford, and then for Randall, in hopes that j blc Kefui-m" we allude to tiic that arc. Life in New York a century would prove the Philosopher's stone since :.3 in remarkable contrast with that uf; radical reforms." But we soon found '.lit present (lay. Let the reader draw 'that their "radical reforms" all run the ,r i linu of comparison while i-cadiiig ihc j tho-'farmei-s to bin .isii.ing.', days, labors, or j hw no control, an, I of "or tvvo prompter .n f-vut tiini to fcuek onct; ju'-aiu llic iiie.-eni uCcuiiier i i i i li.-illesi. One ot the teaiures of Dutch ot ihe 1 uilenes, ai.d n ill lie i.ielcriuiued lo sel out t'ui I'.iri.- w.i.liuuldulivy. lie arrived in that gay capital one suiumui'd morn ing, and alter a substantial at Lei, hu luuk ular were their Bash ford was to be an improvement o-i Barstow: but he fell nn easy prey to bri bsry kifked liis friends ai.d jjeckeled their nionev, and enlarged the expenses of Barsiow's iulii-iuislnitiou from to lives that tiie lack of time pieces made but i GO. It was urged and by ir.any litlle di.Ti-.rence. The model citizen? rose j lhat Randall would be a 1 I lllL.O (.li I1W1 UIH..C. i 111- IIIUI.ICI II.- 1 i n-ay tu palace, where he R. cock crowi brcnfcfas.-ed with the I1 an aide-de- camp, who was un duly in U'O veslibmc. lie liad noi lung got b.ick to his depai-l- meiiis wiiun a knock camo lo the door, and an orderly oliicer walked in. lie he ivas reque-iud by Kmpcror to pre- sent, his compliments lo Monsieur, and re- that he would return wiih him lo the Tuileries. A carriage was at Hie uoor, wlncti would convey Monsieur without in convenience, Tiie tact of arrival of a. meiubur of the Jimperor's hoiuehol-J at "Maurice's Hotel had created quite a sen- sation amongst the iuiiialu o: lhat very pleasant eoUi'jUsUmeia, ar.d when Squiiu ---------aiul his military IVic-ud descended :ct 1ill: thur crowd awaited iliciu at ihe when iney drove oil' amuist the applause of ihc ciuiuusi muiiiiudu. on BasLford, and the thousands of dollars ihrown away on little sops iu the line of jobs got up to pay the Governor's pets. Some was thus drawn from iho Treasury to pay for the township laws, and given lo a Chicago beg gar, because he was ii pet of the Governors. Near liava been thrown away for foreign pamphlets, which only procured, in the nmin, to p.iy for political service, and most of which was burned at a bonfire in the Capital nark. (See proceedings on the subject in the Legislature last winter.) Wo have several more specimens of the nnti-" Forty Thief'' Demo- j Governor's Radical Refi.rms, eir iiiiial avoratinns. j When tho rin reached the noon murk din- I ner was on the table. This was strictly a I familv meal; dinner parlies were unheard i of, and the neighbor who should have drop- ped in without, ceremony would have been i likely to have received nti indil'lurent 1 come. 13-.it this apparent want of sociali- ty was alloned for by the numeious tea- lne Uemocraticnomir.ee. would have do-! pie ami save.I them c-xpcnseT It is time parties. Al'ler dinner the Dutch matrons would array themselves in anti crals. ;is ihfcy s'vle-d went in for Randall. They worked spent their money freely, and voted fur Randail. Well, firr.iuail c.ime into power, by a mere Democratic vo.'e he ihen shall give in time, and if he can show one successi'l measure ut' his, since his in- auguration that has been of the least bene- fit lo iho people, we the fiicl to the wor'd gladly publi.sh Will the Jvurnul organ, point us to one measure of "Ran- recoived in almost anv counly if given 10 I dall's that lias been a blessing 10 the peo- best linscy jackots and petticoals ofl'ne'r own spinning, and. pulling half finis-lied I j stocking into Hie cagnciuiis pocket which i l-.uug down from thoii' girdle, with their pin-cushion and outside their the suir-casc they wc-rc object or general f attention and numerous inquiries. An- Tr Jntch j he golin, anil cominer.ci.Jd tncil' i hi- ot: rtjidlcnl One of this cunt about Reforms" was door Ifeie ''ley plied their kmt- i tryinjj to ,___' I ting needles their at the same time, the village gossip, settled their nciirhliors' alYuirs to ilu-ir own paiis- faclion, and Gnished their in lime j attempt at7' Radical rieloriu.'' preci tea, which on the table at Q o'clock I s.vanri operations f cisely. Ter; over, tlie party donned i sive_ liave nof. the their c'ofrks ami hoods, for bofmets were felt becoming very nervous. On they rallied through the streets, every one turning around or standing- to g.Tde at lliein, and il not long before they arrived at iho ot the palace and were ascending tiie grand the milkir% and'look Squire--------- fell becoming still I afi'airs before bed-time. more nervous, and when tliu folding doors THE Dutch Indies wore no ot" ihe saloon were thrown open he had bonnets, but brushed their hair back from some difficulty in maiinairiing his eonili- and covered it with a close of his first, ac'.s was to gst up ihe ed by S700 a year, as pav for f.-er- tain but reallv to raise his sal- ary. That was out "Radical Kelonn. lie and his party were ir.dustr'ously engng- an appropriation i of 000 cf the people's money, os to send to Kansas, but leally to ]iay electioneering agents. That was an- sifted, to sc-e whether it lias any merits, or whether it is all fur Buneomb, to catch voles. .T.j censed when a vouth Ills of twenty-one, lo practice at the bar of lie was poor but well educated, and extraordinary genius. The glacis of his person, combined ivilli the jiipe; io.-'ity of his intellect, enabled him to win the hand of u fashionable beauty. Twelve months afterwards, the husband not and set out si-niigh'-wav foi Homo to th jnum. The i-oom was lilled with numer- 1 ous personages, including many military oilicers. The dcpiirc timidly around the apartmeuU but noMhcre could see hi.s old friend of iho Cheshire hunt. At last the crowd gradually opened, and from tlie midst of the gay and handsome uniforms thu ICmperor advanced and came straight up lo where the Squire was standing: and seeing that ho hesitated to take his hands he grasped his with bath, and shook him warmly. All eye.-; now turned on the trembling-Squire, which added to iiis public use. He found it convenient to have a corps of electionceiiug ngc-nts throughout the now counties, and so lie managed to o-ot up a law, by the aid of his "Radical Reform" party to provide for surveying swamp lands, the Jsl.imls in the rivei1, etc. fearing last winter, that the fraud for thai purpose I would give out before ihe deleaiales were all selected, and lest appointees should be perplexity. said the Iimpc- ten to Iwcntv ol'these, of silk or camlet, to in-j cloth, drugget, India stufT, and a variety of muslin or calico; over this they wore in the open air, hoods of silk or lalT'jta, elaborately quilled. Their dress consisted of a jacket of cloth or silk, and a number of short petticoats of every con- j about their pay, a law was adroit ceivablo hue and material, quilted in fanci- f ot the Legislature so covered ful If the pndo of ihe Dutch mat- j that its real overlooked by runs lay m their beds and linen, the pride I not interested, bv which the of the Dutch maidens'--- .1 elaborately wrou their own haniliwoik, luted their only dowry. a fashionable lady usually contained from I for uvi.lens lay equally in their was vequireci lo bleed I. night which were ngenla Hie Governor might se to pay those ......._ send out, and usually c-onsti fur Ul6 people be taxed. The wardrobe Ot rlinf tlif Kllir ror, turning to hi.s suilc, "allow rue traduce to your notice.-, Monsieur I tO traduce to your nolico, Monsieur---------, j of other materials, all closely quilted and to know Bllt ,vc wili the exsot fig- a very old Incnd ot imi.c, your Km- casting from So to S30 each. They it- we Alld bcen peror stood in need of Iricnds. Every one j blue, reJ, and green wosted sLockings of bv men who ou rlu to know, that now moved towards them, when the choir own knitliiig with parti-colored the lands surveyed will and cannot for Squire was presented lo Field Marshal That, Count This, and (.ruiieral So and >So, the climax of Iiis position hud arrived and it not boon for the support iho ['jupurot-, who was leading him up tho saloon, lie must certainly linvo measured his length on LliupuliishcJ After iiiriking ihc lour of the room dismisstd his altoudaiiLs, nnd led his friend, lo his private cabinet Here ihe memories of days g.jne past, were revived, and in thu all'ablo and. pleasant conversa- tion of ihe Kuiperor, Squire---------forgot his embarrassmeetit and was himself again. At length ho rose to take his leave "By tue said the I'mpei-or, "Where arc, you The Squire gave his ad- ingHlher with high heeled leather i vcf sh'ics. No tinei- maierial was known until ihe Revolution. Considerable jewel- was in use am'jng in the shape of rings ami brooches Gold neck and fob _ chains were unknown; tliefoTT who owned i watches attached them to chains of silver Ihe thoiigh girdle-chains of gold and silver worii in vogua among the most fa-hionab'e belles. dryss and Ihe Jimparor rang ihe bell.which was quickly answt-rtjd by a magnificent specimen of thu plush family, who v'.-is or dtTod u> suii-l lor pi't-purc a pla -e him in the .SqiiirtionUfcd aiih.iot :in-l he could noi llniik ot' aiu-.li a il.ing ".My dear >aid tin; ''joii iniisi oblige me ia this tlicuiilv way J. h.ive The burghers wore long-waisted coats, wiih skirls reaching almost f.o the ankles, vest with large Haps, and numerous pairs of breeches. The coals and vests were trimmed with large silver buttons, and dee- orated with lace. The low crowned hals were made of of fur atnl taf- i'cin were years to come, sell for enough to pay halt1 this cost. Here is another evidence of ihe Governor's "Radical Reform.'' When Uarslow sent out those scouting j parlies, under the pretense of selecting lands, ifcc., Lhe Republicans joined with and charged liim with sending out spies (o hunt up delegates. Is not Randall equally guilty? When this matter shall loom upln .ill its deformity, through Llie medium of an investigating committee, that shall not be wholly Republican, we tain uetore us just was cmi'i by a-won thy hrm ol the ci v it in a te-.v days lor 1 ;o no uu a mission as land ao-ent lo the As a heavy salarv was oti'ured, he bade fiircwell to his wife and sun. Jle wrote back every week, but received not a i line in answer. Six months elaiised wlien i the husband received a letter from his em- ployers, that, explained all. after his departure for the West tlie wife her father removed to Mis- sissippi. There she immediately obtained a divorce by act of legislature married again Forth with, r.ud to complete the climax of her cruelty and wrong, liad the name of Taylor's sou changed to that of that of lier second matrliiioni.il partner. The perfidy nearly drove Taylor insane. His career from tha- moment became ec- contric in the first he preached, sometimes he plead at the bar, until at last a fever carried him off at a comparatively early ago. ACCOlT-VT OF O.VE OF HIS EFFOKTS AT TJJE DA11. At an early hour on the Olh of April 1S40, the court house in Clarksville Texas was crowded to overflowing. Save iu the war times, there had never been witnessed so a gathering iu the Red River coun- try, while [Lie strong feeling apparent in every Hushed face will sullicieut explain the matter following. About the close of 1S39, Geo. Hopkins, one of the wcalthies planters, and most in- fluential men of Northern Texas, offered a gross insult, lo Mary lillison, the young and beautiful wife of his chief overseer. The husband thve-.tcncd to chastise him out surveys are enonnon j-20.000 This is what we told, is Ihe case, by ihose who ouglil asked the Judge, glancing around the bar. The thirty lawyers were silent. "I will, your said a voice from thu thickest of the crowd, siluated behind the bar. At ihe tone of that voice many started half from their seats, and perhaps there was not a heart in the intense throng that did not beat somewhat quicke it was so une.irluly, sweet, ringing and mournful. The first sensation, however, was chang- ed laughter, when a tall, gaunt, spec- tral ligure, lhat no person present remem- bered to have seen before, elbowed his way i h rough Ihe crowd, and placed himself with- in the bar. His appearance was a problem to puzzle llie sphynx herself. His high, pale brow, and his small nervously twitching face, seemed active with the concentrated es- sence and cream of genius; but then his in- fantine blue eyes, hardly visible beneath their .massive arehes, looking- dim. dreamy, almost and his clothing was so shabby that the court almost hesitated to let ihe case proceed under his manage- ment. your name been entered on the rolls ot the demanded the Judge suspiciously. It is immaterial about my name being on your answered the stranger, his thin lips curling up into a fiendish sneer. C may be allowed by the- courtesy of the court and bar. Here is my license, from the highest tribunal of and he handed Judge Mills a broad parchment. Tha trial immediately went on. In the examination of the witnesses the stranger evinced very litlle ingenuity as commonly thought, lie suffered eiic.h one to tell their own story, without interruption, though lie generally managed to make each one tell it over two or three lie put a cross questions, which with keen wit- nessips only served to correct mistakes, and lie made; no which, in mighty mem- oiies ouly tend to embarrass. The examination being ended, as coun- sel for tlie plaintiff, he bad aright to the opening as well as the closing speech; but to the astonishment of every one, he de- c lined iho former, and allowed the defence to lead off. Then a shadow might have been seen tu flit across the features of Pike, and to dark- en the bright eyes ol'Prenliss. They saw that they had "caught a but who it was, or how it happened, was im- possible to guess. Col. Ashley spoke first. lie dealt Ihe jury a dish of that close, dry logic, which years afterwards rendeied him famous in the Senate of the Union. The poet, Albert Pike, folio-wed with a vein of wit, and a half torrent of ridicule, in which neither the plaintiff" or her ragged attorney were forgotten or spared. The great Premiss concluded for lha de- leudanl, .wiih a glow of gorgeous words, brilliant as a shower of fallen stars, and with bursts of oratory that brought the house down in cheers, in which even ihe sworn jury themselves joined, notwithstan- ding tlio stern order o? the bench. Thus wonderfully susceptible are the southern people to the charms of impassioned elo- his finast "satire -b'oi'rible" pro's ni- iiy contrasted "with 'itu: inimitable sallies and exterminating unrcasm of. ihe intwspersed ivith -jests arid' anec- that filled the' of laughter.- 1 r _T without" toiniuch tn allusion, upon ho turned round: short on the prejured witnesses of tore their testimony into atoms, aud hurl- ed into .their, faces such1 all trembled as with ague, and two of them actually fled in dismay from the court housaV .The eibllement of tha crowd vr.isbocom- ing tremendous. Their united life and soul seemed to Lang upon ihe tongue-, of the stranger, lie inspi red them wiih the power of his own passions. Ha saturated ihem with the poison ct'his own m.ilicious feelings. -Ua seoaed to have stolen .nature's loner hidden -secret of at- traction. He was the son of the sea of all thought and emotion which rose and feii, and ooile-i in the billows as he chosa. But 'his greatest triumph wss to come. His eyes began to- glance furtively at the assiisin Ilopkias, as his lean i.iper fin- gers .assumed the same direction. He hemmed the wretch with :i circumvulliation of strong evidence and impregnable argu- ments, cutting off all -hopes of escape, He piled up huge bastions of insurmount- able lie dug beneath the murderer and slanderer's feol, ditches of dilemmas, such ns no sophistry could overleap, and no secrets of ingenuity cvads; and" thus having, ae 0113 might say, impounded his victim, and girt him about like a scorpion in a circle of fire, he stripped himself to the woi-i of massacre. Oh! then it was a vision botli glorious and Biiblime to behold ihe orator. ac- tions before graceful as the wave of a. gol- den willow in the b.-eezo, grew impetuous as the motion of ;in oak in a humr.Hne- llis voice .became a trumpet tilled wiih wild whirlpools, deafening ilit ear with ihc chrnshts of yet intermingled all the while with a song of the and softest cadence. Ilis face i ed as a drunkard's. His fuaehead glowed like a heated .iurnaco; -his countenance was has- .ird like that of a maniac; and ever and am n ho flung his long and bony arms on high, as if grasping after thunderbolts. lie drew a picture of murdor in such appalling colors that in comparison, hell it- self might be considered beauiiful. He painted the slanderer so black that the sun seemed dark, :u noondr.y, when shining on such an accused monster, aud then fixing both portraits on (he sJninkiug Hopkins, he fastened them there forever. The ta'tio.n of the audience nearly amountedlo maduesr..- AH at once the speaker froirs the perilous liight. Ilis vcice wailed out for the mrmlerad dead and living the beautiful 'Mary, more beautiful every mo- ment as the lears flowed faster till men wept ftnd sobbed like children. He closed by a slrange exoi tatvon to the jury, and through them to the bystanders. He advised the panel after they should bring in a verdict for the plaintiff, not to offer violence to the defendant, however richly he might deserve it; iu other words not to lynch the villain, but to leare his punishment with God This wag ilia most ar'fiil trick of all, and best to insure vengeance. Thejui-y rendered a verdict of lifiy thou- sand dollars; and the niuht afterwards Hopkins was lakcii out of bed by lyjichera and beaten almost to death. As the court adj'inrncd, the stranger made known his name, and called the at- tention of the people wii.h ihe announce- John Taylor will preach hero ihis evening at early candle 1'cht. The crowd all turned out, and Taylor's sermon equalled .if :t di.l not surpass the splendor of hi.s forensic elJbrt. This is not exageration. I have listened, to. Clav, Webster and Callioun to Dewev, Tyiig and-liascomb but never heard anything in the form of sublime words even remotely approximating to .the eloquence of John. Taylor: massive as .1 mountain, and wield- ly rushing as a cataract of nre. And this is the opinion of all who have heard this marvelous man. SMALL POX. "We regret to. learn llmt tlie is "making fearful rages among the Mcnomiuce Indians at Lake Shawano; and br-ings'o careless and ung'ard- ed in their habits, many of them die of the fearful pestilence. It is a well established fact lh.it tJio disoase can be carried from pl.ice to plaee on blankets and other cloth- quence. It-was tiie stranger's turn, lie haj re- expect to sea a black record. We for ihe outrage, whereupon Hopkins load- miieh in vogue. Though i.s cusiom was someivhat ponderous, ihe nil.jinen do noi appear to have fallen be- ami j hind the ladles in exlraVMC'ance in dress, ih'j velvet were the lavurilu rials fur llieir their shoe- were of silver, .li'.-y sw.-r'ln ivory-mijunted cfinci. 'A fc-.v wore the mo.-.t llieir" hair tightly in cues, ,bonor. I would su-k ii: favor, though of rcmniinif iln> main1 iiivurs I receive.1 j plailc, _ A-ain ihu riquive but the j J llc "ien tho natives or the Kiujioror would take nu denial, and the tolomes, or kepi, their shops n: iheir .S.jiiire was shown it. his apartmeut. For j one was idle. They made ihi-eQ weeks did he occupy tho same, and were not given to spec- duriHo- iho n-holii of ih.s lima lliti Squire uhition in bank, slock or real estate, or any h.-is bleu hoard lo it a.whirlwind c-Uier of schemes for making a fur- of pleasure What wii'n lli-J I" twinkling ot an eye, only luxurious courts, ihe Squire was b-giniiing i to forget all Iiis old filends in j even tile geogrrqihic.d ot' that l.-iud. Jlui must lo, their phlc-ginatic forbtulc but they realized the .tortoise, and ladder of fortune the fable of the hair mad'; their way up the I rriBv iiA Mi t he eJcncHEC of in v own feel- ot IIIB mi-ifw- irul oil tvif. f -lifL- nf' onmnaUi in i ho brain ui the active ami ad- -Your Highness only lo lell b'11''1. atul all u.nei ady.tes or, b t _ u ._ ,_____. me I oaii ol" assiktain-.c. and iheru of iheinai'er. In. wordi tin-Princu him howl pushed for money, ihe victim of his I OMdilon, his misery and his ivanl.s. A j cfatqueof ono huudred pounds soon cb.ing- I tlien llic Prince, writing out a receipt on the fly-l.iaf of his pockut book, Landed it to the Sqiiiro, snying: "t hnvc ab-tni miud. "wd a--d I one day ihe Squire lo the hlowiy but Emperor th.it. he really must buck." Sheridan was stnggtring hcinie one night said his Majesty, "pray don't when he was observed by .1 policeman, to entertain the idea for an "Your j whom lie said name is emphalicaily deny lhat ihe interest of the Slate, these hard limes, demand the sacri- lii-e of so much monev on lauds thai will no: sell at present, for the cosl of record- ing ihe have had nearly two years of Randall's brilliant term. mid.'have, given Iiis Radical Refurms" a pretty fair lest, and insten. i of reducing the expe'nses of the Slate below what w-.is declared by all to bo extravagant under Barstow, we find tho expenses for this year alone, will amount lo but little, if any than Only :hirk of over'half a mil- lion, these times. This is Radical Re- form" wiih a vtngeance. Should Mr, Ho bart he elected (as we bciicve ho will) and should he run the txpenses of the State even np to thrs enormous Uorure, to say nothing of i-xccediiig in the "late ratio of Radical 'we will denounce him, if we live till that time. Randall could atford to spend twenty or thirty thousand dollars of ihu people's uy, lo stake out and survey the sunk II I T_' cd his gun, went to Ellison's" house and shot him in his own door. The murderer was arrested find bailed to answer the charge. This occurence pro- duced imense excitement, and Hopkins in order to turn the tide of popular opinion, or at least to mitigate the general wrath which at "first violently against him, circulated reports infamously prejudicial to character and slHnding-of the ,TIK1 Uie f.ound comt who had suffered such cruel wrongs at Ins tirsl it is sjovv and sweet, insi mained apparently abstracted during- all previous speeches. Still, and straight and motionless in his seat, his pale, smooth forehead shooting high, like a mountain cone of snow, and but for that continued twitch lh.it came and 'went perpetually in his sullen face, "you would have taken lii-.n for a mero man of marble, or a human form carved in ice. Even his dim, dreary- eyes were invisible beneath those grey shagay eyebrows. JiiTt.uow at' last lie rises before ih'e bar noi behind it and so near lha j'lir'y ibnt he might touch the. foreman witO his loiig'bony linger. With eyes half 'shlit and slaiiding like a rigid piljar of iron-'his thin lips curled as if in measurelesarscornj comes :foi'th; ing with the ajul it is ,1 duty that hands. She brought her suit for slander. And thus two crimiiril and the oili- er civil, and both out sime' tragedy were pending at 'the April Circuit Court for 1S40. The interest naturally fel.t. the 4pm-. munily as to ihe issue, became far' deeper when it-waa kn'ovvri'tlial Ashley and "1'ike of Arkansas, nnd the celebrated-'S.'Si Preri- tiss of Xew hyenorrnous lees had been retained a- ile- funce.; .The trial of indictment for murder end.- en Islands in ihe Wisconsin, "but in his eiTnn the Sth of April, with die acquittal Radical Informs'' ho has vcto'ed the .bills I of Hopkins. Such a result.ni'ighc'well have that were passed to ar.cummodate iliii peo- been talents o'f tht' pie on that stream wiih, kiridgos. One of counsei engaged on either side. his friends introduced a proposi- i The 'J'-jxas lawyers- Mr.j-sty r: Ih .'Tv.-iiciius mo '.iiti "U am n lion session, into the Assembly, that ivhelmed by Ihe arguiVients and eloquence would, if s-jcueisfu! liiivrtOiit-Ilffurmed all "of their oppouenls. 'jibe: Kadiijal I'l-lVrnia" cm record. It insiniiatjug ihe.brain, as an artless lune'.wiu ning iu way into the' deepest recesses of liko. of, a .magio-in- cavnatioh, while the speaker proceeds with-; out a'gesture or the least signal of excite-' tear to pieces the arguments of Ashley, which ineit away at his touch, u fi-OTt btfoMj the sunbeam. Everv eij'surprised. Hja. logic was .so brief, and so liim'iripusly clear' th.it llie it' wicliout arrefl'ovt: i.Arion he jzasae. to the dazzling.-wifc: of the poet lawyer, Pike. Then his lip grew.shuiper, his suiootlx face began to kiniilu rid .1iia- eyes :t6 open-rrdinl ar.d dreary no but ningi red as glaringat twin meteors. TLie! whole.-sou! was in the: tye; the full heart streamed out of his face. In It -was a fight of a j flj.e m-inmeg v.il seemed the fajm of every parent owes to his childern, to have Lhera vaccinated, whether" the ditea.se ia prevalent o'r not. Dr. SATTEULKE inform" a us that he has some fie.-h and pure vaccine matter redeved from a distinguished phy- sician at Green Bay, and is now ready to attend to all calls for in'iioculation, Dr. S. will probably visit Peshtigo nnd. Menomi- riee, to vaccinate the chi'dcni. Ocunta Co. Detnocrat. IloiiV IT an ablo and inliucntial .republican The nomiiih'.ion not fit to-he rj.'ide by a party o.xpeiiis to succeed in (.he campaign. Tlujre ilie most exuilemeni on tlie streets wild Lo this nomination. Such a nom- ination cannot be forced down the throats of men. They who have minds of their own will be likely to exercise them on this topic. 1'lje subject of ihe milky os Con- i-eutions is undergoing considerable discus. BJoni will mke but a very little lo upset what liule respect there'is left for are limits to human, endurance of converttiou.y.1 insults even; let aloue the insiihs to nationalities." A mimste'r, noled combining the somewhat incongruous profession of preach- money lender, was proffering a in whiiitrwaa the followinir peliuon. er' nod peliuon. interest ia heav- u Don't do illT of l'ia congf ejgatiohj "don't: do -it.-: 6ilj; per live: cent, a month, now; and that's enough; the Lord ;-i "Did y'6iJ; present yoiir lawyer of sir'.1 'And "what" die) he 'He told me to go to tho devil.' And what did you rlo I came to you.'
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