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   Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - August 28, 1851, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                               CO ni.u! 1. than one your, 'in the sumo oruon. 57 Paymont to in pies, five uce, of til! kinds, received on sub MASONIC POlN'i' Au. Regular rowlings, Firjt and Tiiinl of each- month, at 7 o'clock, I1, M. .he First anil Thinl of t-uch o'clock, P. SI., utlhe __ _________.....____ S- OF T. UlVKR.il. POIXT i-, Saturday evening ot each 7 oVior'x.l'.M-i'rt Hall. OF T. COHi 1-yiOX. Ifo. further iinlici1) at tin; Tcaijii.-rani-it H a "'I tiiirJ Saturday.1! of t-'ai'li inontli. cy a w. %LISS. MINERAL POINT, WIS., THURSDAY, 28, Voi.l'ME IV. jNt'.fUEK 44- THE TEIBIJNE. V. 1. Ptlifttrj Esq., is our only authorisa! Agent l.o receive SuWvin- lionsaml Ailverliring iirjNc'iO'ork, stud Philadelphia. triaAy with him will'be reiiogiiineU by in Boston in ScolUy's builiiiHjj, Court New bune hiultlinys, and in PhiLaiiu'.phiu, N. W, corner 3i-J aid Chestnut of the above ciffi- eta file oi'tlvc Tiibuirt runty Business Directory, ear at Si line. I... .11. ji; STICK OF TJIK PEACH. POST Wis. U'iil ,'ifti'iid tf 'he payment of Convey Mich '.'-I3r lu be ami AVis.. I -lltf two doors west ot the Po.-il UK. ir.V. JIlI.ljEtilUSl.', ItyOiir Advertwiiii; I'ricriilii-will please band in their favors fcy Tuesday eauli week. resuming his seat in..Congress. BuV.liis oonvilesence was slow, autl vcntion mot, be resigned bis; Beat tired to private life: But be was nopBJaif- fered long to remain there, for tile ap- bearatipe of Britiak fleet off tbe VirgiBfa, anil ttio cbntemplatod attack .of of the enemy upon tke almost defenceless seaboard, called him this field at tbq head of tho rntlitia of The a Lines. tid.lrc.iscd to Mrs. K on die death of her little boy, who iliwl alter a tcjipiis and painful sickness a'ycar. why fond mother wyepcst tliou lu'pe and pleasure i Let smiles iliuine thy euro rt-oni brow, dear child is not c'ead: He s'.ftfr, Lillho'.igh not ivafcl larin soon subsided, of. Lord instead, of. upon p Virginia, sailed tip' bay for the; purpose of inaking aii attack, by laml, upon Philadelphia. Aboht this time, tlie financial entbar- rnsmaii'ts of Congress ejiused that body to make a.n ajipoal to. tlie .young meti of ttic Union, of weal'th and to aid in rccrtiit'ing the array, and otherwise assist- country. Mr. entered heartily into..the- measure, and by the free use of ihia influence and purse, he raised a-volunteer corps, who pluccd him at their head, and proceeded to joiii Washington ;at I'hitadtlpliia. rnt ay .uf l ualni and V.'is. Ili> ki'cji ;ui-.: Oilici: .1 Si, A'. iJt-iiiijt, in l''l TII- Mii.i'i'.ii Pl'ir.: a pi on ly 'L H. i.- 'l 'I it llhll II. iW.v .y. He sleeps the mn'.linrs li'-'arj may .'oy tills ilio Christ iiiijs 'bi'eiist To I'lom pain An', vtii Jjrei-d, .1 iiv I.AMllJiUT is UV iiiiiny ;i u-.iy uliiyuUiv.'n, 'J'hon It call his mu'i.i.' in Vi-t ih-i.-atn lie ha.j '1'iiou'tt hirn ii.rro .Sv.vel. vuici's r.til! nuy fiuj; irt inulli, hiv j lint oh btyuMil ;bi-i lli-vii'.i..; oiirtli How Mti-Jt. ho-.v is hit; lot, For hii culird i'n tie Horreli flower biossotng thai gravu.: camo a that lonely fow around the fever snto'i.e ki and. left his bones .among'tli' I know erg bloom in _. builds her tiud (ha wifflM moriuDg dew ahujw tfte Under the mound is n foliage mournfal On the bauka of the.river- is a spot dear to heart. A gentle eminence glfTM to tlic view of the traveller ou that'loVJly stream scolud- ruler the grave ed spot, fit resting pteoefor slumbering thew.-. the river on it lofty rise is seen another (tomb A Right 'wheel, Aod they 4id charge. I do not think one man of Hessian "corps ever Icit the field, except to he plwoil iu the grave. When I last saw Pulaski ou the battle ground of Brandy wine, Tlit first Muriler tanse.l by Alcoholic Drink. coliiKiii. KM- year.- folunm, Ibr i linn   rxlcrminniian of tho J from ilie iwnidswhi wliich in by ilirua laki's, Huron, Krit', ami r .1 i-c i n M uv iiurnn. r.rit1, lia the lifal.Ws form ot poor .Mary. !a-free f rapiigatioii Trues, Ween riic Krenah of Montreal tiiid ______ j ways of Lake Supvrior, which brought inin n 11 M t. i f. i the Indiiiiig'posuL'ssion iiiinlrmeniM of It wouM seem that every ftnnch of tlmt of w.rW, -fire raising undergo reioriu, arid that in Wnier." many departments of it reform is not yet; Tin., people had command! in- begun. Mr. Barry, in his new work tutus habit the islands a- Thiil il is tinfill (o unr. it nioM do, I (so if clrttirnviiig the ronttituticHV, vileiv ilir Hunt muntjr which tioil lint given im tor mlifr purfiowi, may "niitful.1' very p too, wliu hare utfti tobacco all jiosiitil-i ami of for mom tliiin half :i ccumry. Now nuppou (amilv, coneisiiiijT of four, live, of llle r'ver usi'il "hut (W. wurtb iu in hand the coiiiniju mode of getting trees when u quantity ot liquor was taiidnl at the IIHTI'article of lubamo, 1 point iw--.it Grourf DflToiir, Marie ami irrccuvunbly foal, in iliw and Mu-ckimaw. Tlie Injuns ilie up-1 .xmi'st.1 ul" lit'iv Were all per laljes, us they encuiupcd, to iit-o j IIUMIWM lilts Inpiur frei'ly, in lo tie ils (ivy linn.-8 thi' sum in several wouM from serfs. Seedling fruit trees art propagated; ci- ther to obtain or stocks for budding or grafting. It is only where tiic very system of fruit culture is practiced, 13 for in newly settled countries, that seedlings are planted out little house o.rectcJ on tlw Wdy of thu to buar, fur oho reason that unless in very vaneties worthy of cnlti- Dubumre attracts tho tuescTs' v. i-mi..- n For a long time the Indiana nightly kept vatum do not repruduca themselves from L, 11 firo round- the groW The 1 he-important diffcrencca tJiet ex-: Sl vll'ecls upon them. Ainonu ihuau VVLTV two rniiiiiiea who liad lived niicl liunicd who hijtl i'rotn childlioutl rnnioi-il the fo.-i-sl witji- one wott! of ilillVrcncc betwrn -tlicin. They also experinwnt new wliiuli, vliuii some would nnso them 10 enter iiito ruriiv.iy anting, uiliers r..._. TlieiT'seryjcus wefo not'called into re- have been drntn thoiiw, but that ist between, tho yoeds ot clas uec ex- war Wl.ri. vvliil-p a classes few tho sneuiatom to combat with nut bo too an if lifiiik, its lic-imial eoiicuuiiunl, nrgltscl ot und ulri'vUvi btt M- k  la ilitMiiHtlvvit I'lmstiani, vii.tlicaw tilt if in ihiK'n-sppct h-.ii lin- of in (hit klucnclul work a MT. mis i-nl. I luive known nuuiu who, mange id loll, tnivi- miiuknl llucj or four ir, thriiay, Ity nml Me took his in February, but n M-e- grontor tlio j jt by nuntial tuul in j f, Krenl :n fruit as j w-iih ihcir law of rutiili.ii-.uii, IIMVI- itoli', -..nil y side, tin- ivoiu-iccl trapper rests. Xo j ml atttick of liis old cojupbint sinb nur stonu bis bnn'iblu grave; him to leave il in April, ar.il rol'.ini luniio. jcnuuirU that sun shineis on it and tiru i In May, tlie prudnlorv of tho ivnve.-i over it; he is at enemy upon tho const, in 'na-nink Forts-I Ahnis' tho Aiis.sisfippi'si slmi-o thai-o ns- I .7: .1 i t MO L- 'l "1 c; m I ill i1'.. f 1 n H, u- nil t-' l'rl 11. vo jk. n- t mouth; and tiircaleniiisj Norfolk ami otliur I iHany a iiainelc.ss -i-avo, -vhore sloop j a on A M H.ri) plia-os, wtusL-d Cieiiural asr.in tn re- tliu victim- uf the peutilcnco-. Tlio boat's i li, !l" I i.e a-.t of i broilu-r nf tin1 nmniorur iihnuli! i tire iti-lu-i.'ci-i ijv a caroloss anil iimlis- I ti'1' in'hi. 'i'heevi- i systeift of Tho fn; ll'1! a'f lhn J stuck has a must imjioi'tar.t intlu-onc XPL'tl- iwu sumo the sc-rvrcus of the field lie col-1 crew as they on shove to wood j lrcos; !t leted a largo force and proceeded t.. York- i perclnince meet with' one of these incuien- j iiuliseriiiiniKtc mo...: sa- j but tho of ihu ene'.av soon'. i-'Jas i'1'' stficke-.i hupos. tind they rcruvn to i I jetunifil to New York. i their labors with .Bidder henrts.-Bnd brows I In !781, became tho chief the- ia slnulo mure tluni.irhtnri-. 'iKim'Mn in to Num.! iHiMlk-iil man tliroiigh ii liiiMf iiiiy, or f'jr inoiniy. IK jintKRribo i-uniitini'il iinr-   lubuireu '..iinMti'.f svitli viii-iniis Wlii-ii! m-t mid irmtiili-. uinVr any or j ili.i cvoi.snir i-imif, lln-n; -.vaiTiiu-s. alii o.ji.ii, m-ttin) lui.kiny lo (Vr.d lor MIJi- To raise- with Ho-.vs slnipir, and po, i, thu !ln> s.-mtV liu.v, IT tllu twitt, IK iipplh'ii in earuemiHiMi; nsiiitoiit 'j'u Wiirn on AM! :ui'ii .-l is not, 11. ;h.-.- ;-ii-i: v i l--i -trv {.Jiii-.r.- '.u t.U! .i-i.n i: '.V 'A o.Miiiiiii. i ih.-1 r'.'.-li'l'ii.ri ul'l1. W. i-.H ili'ii.-'-li ,11 i iiav i, jiiij Coiiiiiry -il .ill !i v !i! us OF'THE V-C in Oecatne tlio o net t Me--a snaue more ln (ire -it iW Ti, l, atro of Tl.o whore Ur, .aid vine! ;l t.ty of p.niaee ls {J-cneral 1'liillif-s. vrith small j creeps and tin: :nveet briar in mn..'rm'ni tu L-...IJI -j-jlt. CMIIII- n.itilla ravaged the e.na.sts afi ar.dv'd I sweetness wavc-.s. where tno w'.la bees' j Uli''At. (l> u-'-'. "v ot j ,.u Uu, hp the fivers on predaLory en.-uwioiis and the sliiie. nianv an f''7'! "'.T" i won m hi, T.'.r uuiri-r, Cornwiillis, frnm southern iteldii of iitrifo. unkimvvii grave, Q.nbleins of -jiir the hoa '.h, viaor of the at ,.f ihir-.v si.-n-i. iimnihed victoriously over th, lower coun' I destiny. Itr0ua 'I111 tics of the State. About thi-i time. There is a wild and desolate spot. Vor-, ls J" t''ll! torm uf 31 r. Ji-HeMon'd oflieiiil duties fts iest flyiver, cluster i-.ruund it, and the last Oovornor of the State, expired, anil Gen- j trcus east gloom on all licneii'-h. i !1Val. V enit Nelson was o'eotei.l liis A. rude. d  ull ;iic not guilty, ilnf IHDI-I ii'.i-l iinpniUitt tn.iurr.-i lo nnd iiiiiii. rtL-ruiil iiml olr-iriiii! rniit, tiiii t "f a proaohui's liiscutirsr, whosfi y in his WOI-K, il id HO lo ;i Uuiiirn of Jier- llici son. in ilm sriit. i 'i'ii tin- K-iii.xJiil of rriigionn oon iii, i "hoiniiiCib'.i1 uf stint1, ciiow- i liu-ir into iiiiiny ij as his I" 'in prmliiciiri el Rri-al I'vii. ('Iniri-ln-s Eiui] i-liRpflx are most in'iHi- hv who j'n-ii.'.-iii -.'i-'-n; nil'.! liiii'i-linf; hH'niii the .Vii- su nr'n- u iipjiruiu-h tln-ir .Mnker If, in priiyrr. is reindTfil tu mai.y iiuprac- .j.. lirfiiiiM! ll'.u laijri! of in- wiiii-ii in iill dircc- i.f lh-r: J 111 ill.'! Ul-lL-iUl UU'jni-lllL Ut Lilt' .1.1 r ,111 I Iln tali I, l 11 ii I l u uri I j I i 1, 1 Of tlm. Knj-Und ru U.orablo muntion of tho prrorit her Ikce beamed with joy, it would Sccm UoW it w.rt, Ti.e p; -t u Mir. UK., t-i be of Governor Xulaon l.i" mi- at tho vorv voloc of 1'ula.kL w tree, j i lulv .aic S M in a p.i-ivR-tu j JJId V0u call mo. Co nut she said vo- oan treatment; and U j iWtli. earth, not London, afrer Vi'iUiin a :uoiitli-of buttle of York- ry timidly. j "l-jnousiy t-r any iinlu-Kltliy, j v.-u without it; M. toume of slnd- Oovorncr fpirliu-- his Imnlth Huiv'often havn I told you, little love" I Kunnd ani'l liL-althy Isi.allsin, huw ;i lirnivc.jti.lii'." my ihirn I jirofu tiu-i-t, wont. M and wa-. Uc-clinim', resigned his omi-eTind roli-'-.-it lio said, bendina 1-is tall form to kiss hei- j In some vlislricts j asith-, iiinl lihurkmn-i! hi, ninliiJi-H to think iiii-i-t-i's amtMiiborof Triniiy Cullem-.-- lo pnvati- lifo. It was at. Mi is period, I cheek, -not to" call me count call mo ot u. sound vi-wm.-, yradi ilm -.isiu-n, n wlr.tv t-iii- privtiiiMiLstrnetions whilo to recruit lib health by y.nir ilcar Pulaski. This .is R rnpubiie i trec I3 il ;unl-v uu h'r f rjli'i.-n.ti-l I'l-r.eus. iifturivrinl I ,.uiot Unit 1m was charged with niv lif.h- favorite. have no i WM are bro't ,'i' Mr Ci-voi-n.i-. A in- vou rn ,he he huys then, yviM.oui h.-n-'. a -'I and ihli.y'.-nl. until Vesl plaoe. anj the yon (ire a Count, sir. when at ,'i his i-) HIM warrm.s. Tw'nlv..-'an V.-'. I, C-'il j fl-iil.'l I I wh.'M' vil !iy i.'ir-iiiii'-.'n i-i.in--" i-.i hi'.i-llt: ui- roaith uf li.o trcus that I'liem. Thc.y :'.ri.' that, is t'uat is to be known. The i i V. --M" for u i l.int, -.MI v.i ar.il snoli IKIVO hnhiuiiitvil ul' tijh-.IWt WtlO, IM a nl.rr riu-it il'is nut ;cr..i.i iiion tu ii.s pictcird il. and he full, th-.: lo took .--ides with llic atriuts. It wa.i tiiat tile W i! ;hv o o (i li r it v Ocrlainly. sir." and she went out of tlio ri'imi like ;i. fairy. A line little pi.-a.saitt said Pulas- i-oj-ir.il-.-.iti'.ii: '-lii'i.-toij 1'ovt Bill" cans Ijurd J'ntimoi-o. t-i r.oyivl ".'ovi.'rn.'ir uf t-' Kiirhty-nini; uf the nu-.inlii.'rs, ,-uin.in.i.: Mr. Nrlwii. niy! il'.i1 next ilay a t. lioiu'libi'ring- tavern !ir-''l an i-iati'iii far nmro in throwing up j in.'.; s.-.rl.fur it bulwark.-- d.uu, of I'v-iraroh ;uu] Tassa. 'ay thu uf course. They ;ht to he earefill in i.c their seed to Liiaf. bo uf hav- ing sound ant! slockh. They ouirht In sulocl, fruits, frnm to obtain their while on the tree, and j Si'O that the; trcc-.s are not in an i lluCil V. I or perhaps an :.uh ;inee'l KUige but in full am' ii i'.-; in ll'.' li" ..I' Kt'Lll. I'l-.vlM'.ll t I- v N r.i, .Vv. r.-illt, Ii J- (t F 3 i n ii.v Mil- Drr. i.rr ri'irnlar A.-soniijly a nu-iiii.'iii' uf the lir.st. uf 'Virginia, which .'.it- in 'l'ii-1. and of.-et tliij lirst <.l.m siirinu Dt' hv WHS i-.'e 1 Mr. Nelson was yisi'i-al convention il iloloiraU'-.ti ti.  l U1 !llt a.> could 'in -Vtr'iist 1'iV-l, tl.c tlririnia oonvcn tiling placed there to show that that whieii !ot' the conflict, iu carrying orders. I pas'sui'l I they .were hy '.is-; ihon-i.ui. at -I tion ckx'UHl Nelson -J do'legale to tii'i- j lies below it otiue had lifo and sufl'orcd j imiueditttely in the direotiuu of I'ulaski's ami cf them tool; his suat in doath. that 1 had vifcited the night be-: Mr by expos- .3 "f Greenwood f'-j.-e At. that vi General Congress, aiiillii! took Ins scat in m r.Il kiiir.s .'i 'There was very activi-. '.Mid tlie lovely haunts Np Till-; CALL S it I! Ii in'l -avo sui'h entire .-y.ti.sfnctioii t-o and Jjaurcl Hill, where all that is bcaut.i- thiit ho re-1 ful in nature is tastefully disposed by the t-k-rtvvl for" I AUlum.U'U be sofdom j hand of art where the living may with very timo thoru as the house was, in the midst were large stocks in the nurseries, about of the battle, curiosity induced me to ride town, ot good worked. of the took part, in the dobares. i.c assidii. pleasure ferear] the beautiful homos of thi j huuso was ou fire I Near this door. cms iir.d cniniont in Cununi was a zealous supporter pn Suudculv aslicelofflatuuburst fivrth. I viiriuties, urtV-red at one shilling each. cms iir.il cniniont in ennuriiUeo duty. Hi- l dead, the mind is exalted, entranced, ami Of Mary, her hoad cut npca tho heart half its sorrow as it's by a .sabre and her brains uo-xingout tVom This instance is iiuoted sinij.ly to .show who aru to blame for the iii.-foc.'Livc; and vi- ci-jns systems uf usuaSiy prae- Thai there will be a reform soon hU, Simp iMiiMina i ,br juiicnonttrtux-. and votiod for ami sign :'there but. to the wanderer 'mid the vast i tuc wound! I had not btseii there f1 reb.rm soon l .w tl.e (-..-I ..n High jic I of our wilds, tbe siuidon 1 than half a niimiie when Pulaski j A will kwi-- mi wati i meeting of a lone grave, a solitary tomb, Lt Of a troop of cavalry, galloped beoiiiiiinx apjiarcnt anmng an iilanniiv! i'ljunss, which con j brings and fcoliugs ne'er prodn- nlpUily to the house. I will nuver foraet I best- eiassoi! ot cultivainrs. aim tiieir t IV i !H. _ I .r 11 ,1 i t_...i _ j i r n -i i w i T t........ 1, I ..1. J Tlinre lu bl; a i! !iy I- every t I of liis it: 1 ii'.il'lV i'-ir .iWi! in tin- l'.Hnlli''s svh.-ic. Xlii-v i.ilv '.hi1 vi-iv chihlicii ,-siul en. ilii'ir mi ilm pijiiufi: -.mil ii'i.i .iii-v ijiilnci ilv sum; ti in iirilly .iv. tin.1 tvi lln-ir vile ciiMiun in lii-s. Hi-'   liiliit. iliiil ihf.-y hii-it i-f'iin: ilitiy rnicr (ho for afitioisniiiiiif ilit ul. tl.c B.m- ri'.-nly- l-i sn.r.riiii'i lins i.ii-i-n al.iiosi ilc.-iin.y.-ii. i.ii.l .1 I ;'uiy von SHV, fur Im broiijtin on, by tlie usi; this iiiipira'.ii.-ii ol' Hi'I.V jjcwtitir. Tlii-n v-.ii inn i'n- pbcc, ol' I hiinily tin? >n i..f i inn-li jitrMnn tiuil.t iiiul niiiiinii.'ists ii! nfiicntf, pj-iiruro lit ilu-i; lie v- tullnwdrn of' iiiiiny hoilins and snuff-1 us. u .in: of t.'iirist." can proceed t.iUers ns fifissil-.i''. J. tiimw !mw l'ir to In: ilnaiji-il wl.ii-li J. jj.nriii lo thu bruin yf in. siuukcr, which i of tlu-ir nuMiilis. On clinranU-ri :il! nilKT aiitniHciils f.lil I" mi ini'l a in up his n.-iu i.f juiir. suiiii-in, I...-IH is A iir-rsor- ol" liiv ;n who liml bcrtti :ni iin.ii iipn .uil of; tin; t'uriy ymrii. wii-s .-iliiclrii wiili a I (ircviiil. sutlilcn of one whii-h H iiuJ ln-iicviileiii-ii, 'uiiiuji, uice ul' ar.i) liiiiil'jDiiy, illuulil your tiot follow [13- ;i jiiiriilyiif.- H: o! for rt'spirati'in. Tin; iiu.l man: n lior life. Tin: only rulii-f shi; (jot in nut-it aji.i KI.'.-VI- j An iitni'.M'hrn- .4 "tfliivu ni'jrc i ytiii vnu f Kvi-ry arccleabout your j'ititln-.s. ivan U than lliiit irt'il Bill! luoiu porni, and lie- iiiif a sniJii! ot" xviticr iit'r, iinii frii-nil ;ii Iiaini tu it. At she ious n.-.-.tti-r uliioii wai in.-iibly kt'i oil" hiiuil: iln- ilie'r l reii, proper lnnc, ami, in a (iuiK aftei, ulioiirp no! Jfl incurinwai-rd wiili V !il water, pouri'.-i down .nor.: liisaj tllroiit. 'I'hii- SM nccci.-M-.-ir.v to lal1 ai-Uiujrin her. llifil slip c.iisiil not m.-l vrhturi; In t'roai niini-.n rven a (iliicc piihiic worshij) witluut fifav'.o bv ;iii---.i Nn-ever i "j hu roturi'ied to Virginia (o recruit.: iu a secluded spot, there is a-Kingle grave. --or .ith liic hone :mrl csp-ct-a'.wn uf sr.wiily i The grass waves ovcf if., aud the lit- -.ff V   

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