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   Manitowoc Tribune (Newspaper) - June 19, 1856, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                its, f itfrars atowctmouv of fgtfiigraa anfo Jjr Jnlfrfste rf sift fferfferu W. SMITH EDITOR PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 3 TERMS: IF PAID JANITOWOG, WiSCQISH, OTIBEXt U HtM of the Tribune. fue "TRIBUNE" will be pub- lished every The office is ol icription one dollar and tft. camu One dollar Any person, sending, two wttl credit lor eighteen paid in two dollars will will be inserted on tlie tkt of all kinds executed at iu a neat and tasty manner. i-U it distinctly understood, that we, W V 11 lie ptrswi. to our paper any longer ior. ---------ilu'TKL FKANUA1S, A. Lc Her-', DOGGET  not to be all day about it, she ehall obey .them. i. At the moment at wl ich the signs are propitious, Piggs sha 1 bjs. Informed that it is nearly all pyei.; 'ifiggs will put move questions than ed, and he will be told-.t wait: a little while longer, that: his lear jSnijIy is up most wondeifu Adifeuture. jl U.UU 1JV LJ I _ r How, wbile night shades darker qucntly calls upon her leitt lommy, ------------GliO. S. GLOVER. BcalcrinDi-y Goods, Gvixwries, Provis- ions Hardware, Crockery, Boots and shoes, Hats and Caps, Iron, Nails, etc. York St., North side of the River, Hauitowoc, Wis. Sept. 30 P. J. BLESM, Quay street, between Eighth and liintli streets, Manitowoc, "Wis., dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Hataaiid Caps, Hardware Ac. VAN VALKENBUliGH CO., General dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Hardware, Boots and shoes, Hats and Caps, Naila, etc. Lumber, Lath, shingles' etc., wanted. D. II. VAS VALKENBUBUH. E. P. BEAKDSLXT I weep for thee. Yet, wherefore mourn that tbou no more, Upon life's billcra-y 'sea doth room, Bnt landed on thy heavcrity shore, Hast reacted'thy home? Sleep oni- I would not break thy rest, Or -wish thee back to earth again t Rather these "fears, thia aching breast, This ceaseless pain; 'Twill soon be o'er. A few moi-e daya Shall fode in purple down the sky. A'few in ore nights, with starry rays, Glide fleetly And I near thy side shall sleep, From pain roleasod, from sorrow free, And the long grasses, soft and deep. Shall cover me. SEPAEATI01T. TT. TTALDO. H- 81. LI. VjM'lLLD fiiiTU. IDWAKD 247-tf SALOMON. S. SMITH, Doslor in Flour, Oats, i <-w etc solicited. ".Vill attend to iLiid shipment of Shingles, Uim- iloi'i-rcnceji oil WALKER, Solicitorsin Chancery, i will promptly and tiiithfiilly uli proioMional business cntrus- li.t'ii-i-.ire io Muuito-woc audtlicait- '-u KUiati-.-s. outitiiSt., opposite of the ISatio- '.'llou-l; lluuilo vuo.Wis. F19 CE'J. L. LXK, Oil AS. II. WALKElt. PL ATT BROTHER, Forwarders and general dealers in Dry Gooils, and Provisions. Wholesale and retail dealerriiii Flour, Pork, salt, Fish, Lumber, Lath, shingles, etc. J. K. TLATT. O. TI. PL ATT. KUBMERS, ir Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., etc. Agent Louden celebrated medi- of Jay and Eighth streets, H'isconVm. 3-3-tf E. K. HARRIS, ii! HcaJy Kiailc Clotliing, Fancy Dry llj.it,  lock sball re- ceive intelligence of the joyful event by breakfast time. Diggs will then take his breakfast without giumbling abou the cookery, and proceed to his placa of business. By this manner Diggs T his fellow sovereigns established winged songsters with which the woods abounded. I had not seen a solitary hu- man being since morning, and night was rapidly approaching; indeed it bad already begun to grow dark, I had made up my mind that I would have for the night, look- ing around to select some good place, when 1 was. startled by the neighing of a horse ahead of me, and presently I saw two men approach inj; on horseback. ill indicate to whatber the child The Birth of aa Amarican ;s or a If jti; a Diggs Prngramme of itit ceremonial be observed on ihe birth of a child to Mr, Diggs, one of will be unusually lively-- he vnH the sovereigns of America. with 8 spring his face l 'ill be covered When Mrs. Digs begins to feel that with smiles he will, ii fact, make the long expected time has at last arrived she will wake from the sound every one ho meets goes a happy dog.1 If it is i girl, he will sleep he has been enjoying, and on his feel happy and look but hishap- askiag 'What is tho he will be piness will bo subdued, yniet and calm. SMITH VAN VALKENBUBGH, Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Proris- ons, etc., II RAND SON, Ship Builders, Manitowoc, "Wis. HANSON HAND, K. 11AKD. iJAilMILL, iiAIGHT CO. Haoiin'.n. Murray Dealers'and J. L. WARREN Carriage, sigu.home, nnd ornamental pixint- j iug, glit7.ing, wbitc-wasliing. paper-hauling, all other work in his line, executed infurmed by Mrs. Diggs. Aa soon as When he arrives at his place of busi- Diggs can hastily get OH his pantaloons, [ness, he will their pvochim the event, boots and coat, and shall take the or- and is not expected to notice any little durs of Mrs. Diggs and go immediately j jokes which may be prc- petratcd at his lu jforftjri] Domestic Hardware and Otit- ut whol No.7J Lake Street, Chi- liiiuoin. CT Agents for Wilder's {.IIONAKD IIAIOIIT. E. n. HAIC.HT. J'.tf tt AofcE. i.. c. r.. H. M. D., Plivsician.S'jrgeoji and Accoucheur, office conior of yuay ant Seventh streets. At home till 'J o'clock A. M. and from 1 3 o'eio-jk 1'. M. Orders can be left at l-'nig Store. lu-li -i i" hm-.r-i. Piiv Uit. u. I-. -.-iau auJ SurfCtm. When not engaged may be found at the National iitowoc, '.Vis. Sept. M. 1354. n21 A. La WOOD, and Solicitor ill Chau- ri-m fur ilie sale of numerous Iot3 in Viftaf of Kanitowoc, and dcsiraljic ia the Wifl attend prompt- ly to on: 1 bufiouM entrusted to Lw care. f jlgemt for Aetna Iniuranco Co. ft Cuuiecticut; Capital Stock, -41-tf with neatness and despatch. Shop in the rear of Col. Glovcr'3 store, on Sixth street, up stairs. ____ 8-49 WILL! B USHNELL, YT1IOI.ESALE AKD'BS'VAIL Dealer in AH Hinds of 1'resh Trnit NO. 100 KAHDOLH St.. CHICAGO. O" N. B' Particular attention paid to putting uo orilcrajorjuapping. _ _ McCALLUM HOUSE, Pleasantly situated on Jay, between Eihth ami Ninth streets, Mariiton-oc, (aouthsi'le) Wisconsin, is now open to t travelling public. ,L tcOALLUM, the _ LIVERY STABLE. Geo.W. Tyler, Proprietor, Sovcnthat., Slieboygan, Horses and carriages with or without drivera'kuut constantly on hand. L. KUHLMANN, Merchant Tailor, Siaiiitovfoc, Wia. BORCHEEDT SYMES, Dealers in steel, of tin ware; York DK. E. M. TIIOUP, IV Demonstrator of Dental Mmrglrj. SWb'jyga i, OOVra his to old and Ar itowoc geu.jrnlly. in utistry performed with n22. i OB rvuot able termi. B. Sept 30 1854. D .MT. BUNCOMBE, Law, NoUry Iflut It-curaacc etc., etc. Office, Two Rivera, Wtead to all hie 2-41 CO., Bluuk Book Street, pnUioations of Sil OMUUI7 tartan etc., and street, Knnitowoe, Wis. LOUIS SIEGEB, Barber and Hair Dresser, Franklin street, Mnnitowoc, Wis. The Subscriber has removed to new Shop, near Williams House, -where he can be found at all times ready to attend to those who desire his professional strict attention to business will entitle him to the continued patronage of nia old friends and the.public generally. HATB CUTTIMQ AND SHAMJOOOe attended to aa usual. His rooms are furnish- ed in good style and be will at alltimesbe on handaudready expense. [Philadelpl ia Bulletin. Why is the life of an aditor like the book of Revelations? Be ;ause it is full -Tlicy, r were rougJbi. dressed in hunting shirts and with skin caps on their heads. I did not like their looks, and unseen by thorn, I drew up my pistols, cocked them, replaced them in the holsters. Casting my eyes ahead, I saw one of them make a motion I did not like. I nurse to tickle the child of France, on pniu of instant dismissal.' .A fourth: 'The Emperor has forbidden thenarse, to any period, to ride a cockborse to the Prince Imperial, under pain of banishment to Cayenne.' A fifth despatch: of Paris Las been sent for to administer the oath to the wet-nurse; who she will not kiss the book NOT to kiss the baby." A sixth despatch: 'Thewoman remains obdurate. A de- tachment of Chasseurs is drawn up in the court yard, but they fail to shake her.' A seventh despatch: Imperial Highness is crying-for the breast, His nurse! weeps, but. is in- 'llis Emperial Highness clenches iis fists, and his face grows as blue as the violets La belle France. 'The Emperor commands the nurse to give the breast to the Imperial lufiint, uurse refuses, and folding her throws up her situation, unless JTAMEH BUCHAKAJTV This custinguiahed ttateainaa rived fro in nglaud, rt- ceceived by his with tha honors due to-his jit the Court of St. Jatow, ha. has doao honor to .his country Bad himself. No man probably la occupies a higher position iu tho of his countrymeu tlian and no.man is pointed to tat the Presidjncy with more enthusiiulfe than tw is. He is of ifiMl men of the a 19. He coinbioM all of agient statesman, and man for the times. National in point of view, familiar witli the laws of this and all other nations on the of tho with an un- iljjr, toy possessing thai and will, which him to once, any tubject, and act with cori'ectness and is eminently qualified for the highest position of the .American people.: With namu before the people for tha Presi- r.'bo can doubt the result? Should the Cincinnati Convention fix upon him, his nomination.would be an- nounced by the bellowing cannon, fnam. the extreme north, to of Florida; from the Pacific to the Atlan- tic. The rallcy of the Misustippi aa4 the whole .western world would with enthusiastic fire that would every thing before it. Go where arms, resolved that if they proved to be what I 'to salute liis Imperial like-the sound of many waters, is ever saying to rite.' of''typas and shadows, nd a mighty! nf trr o f Ithey struck off into the forest. After getting a few yards off, one of them really the sir allcst horse I j raised his fist in theratening attitude, ever seed.'said a countrym in, oa viewing j.j drewtlie of my Hght hand a pony. 'Och an' you've wen bat repliedBarn 3yMcTwoo2le, 'an' its mesilf as has seen one as sma 11 as two uv the like uv tha sure.' Two "iris of fashion eatered an'aa- wife was glutting it; said one of them, 'there's mode going said the fat lady, 'and game coming in.' A wag says girl to love a 'it is foil f to wtpeet a man wbtm everybody 1854. Ho.: 12. Dentist, Milwaukee, Wis. Resldencen- BitlftcldaHouae, Marquett Square. BILLIARD 8AX.QON KiCHARD KLINOHOLZ is friends tho public generally, his invites ,io cmll at bis new at the new 
                            

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