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   Prairie Du Chien Patriot (Newspaper) - May 14, 1851, Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin                               PRAIRIE DU CHIEN PATRIOTS [VOLUME V.] PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, (CRAWFORD WISCONSIN, MAY 14, 1851. [NUMBER NUMBER UUSINESS DIRECTORY. DR. E. P. WOOD, PHYSICIAN SUROKON. Will practice lu tho of ''.......f Office noulii door of i oulUing opposite Judge Knowltou n office. (47-tt) C 101'KT COMMISSIONER for Craw- STORY OF A FIRST KISS. BY FBtDKHIKA The following from Miss Bremer'B Northern Loves and Yon have often observed how strangely, sometimes, the clouds, at :oorniug and eve- Congress, and tho ttttempt made to pat it in practice, the which each of the ill-construct, ed craft wan burdened, obtained, in con- the name of "Long Tom." Nothing could present a more striking or more sin- gular contrast than the figures of Mr. Jef- ferion and Gen. Knox the one very short, ug ..group round the and Ml, thict M he W88 you hove thought some-times: 'If this iui-iv' t-- unusually tall. Tnev hannpTiprl to County, Wi.. Office next door to ahould be represented in painting, people me-t ona tt .patriot office. prepared with all ,T jt ia JL. true- W u? on the steps at General wmry Information relative to the prim- 8dy' 1S Wushingtoi.'a lodgings, in Philadelphia.- _ _. It.in..... C_J n-.. of Bounty Land claims ngaiunt evc" t'fe- We often find Th3 two gentlemen approached from oppo- joffninieiil, lie offum his servic.-. to any events; looking, when ties -ribod, as directions, and arriving at preclvlv the iinienl, lie offartt his ivho may wiuh thmii. JAMEri CADWliLL, AVD COUNSELLOR AT J AW, J'r.) ric du Chicn, Wisconsin. P.G.FHNTON, ati'l GouiiK'llor at Law, and 1'fttirie rfu Cfiitu, JAMKS II. UK'KWUOD Aitomoy and Counsellor ut Law,   of an elderly lady, waUed slowly over the It was the daughter of the Gov- the city, and ernor of Upland, residing the lady wan hor governess, mor( glossy silk-tike appearance, and which evidently can be spun into very fine yarns, us cheaply as cotton. Now this materitil She was gen-can produced from unrolled 7 T A. SAVACK, v IIKV (.oolis, (-noct.Kit s, emu lllllA VBK, I'HOUI I'Kf K.C.UY, to furnish anything tn IHM ;i: li in stand U itwr-nt., ilu Chicn, W. 1MISHOIH, Il'H'S f.l. K1NI1H OF MKRCIUVFUM: ll V' tl.l.KDPOII 1M THIS) SI Ir I' ulaudi iii buiUUug i. nvij i< ill "Company I'riirio du Cluon, u. S. A. (T.AHK, D-alerin every variety of YI (J iC( '4V 'lV H r f.rtwcR TOWN, r j] iu L'iiii-ii, rally known fur hor and goodness, cents per pound! and we know that unrot- .111! gi-nil r.t'Hsof character, and was looked 'tej be procured, BO that the lint upon itli grt-iit admiration I y the will utatid ut one und u half cents a pound, 1 While the men uow stood silently {leaving a pretty wide margin for tho prep- 111 In r, as she passed like a grace- aratiou to bring (ho inaleri.il to seven ceuts. ...uii, ono of them cxihiinied Well It iu Known that there is no object iu grow- ;t would be worth something to havo a kiss ing cotton for u less amount than that sum, I'rom such ii pretty iul Tim poor attiJont, the of our story, tllat whu was looking iiiU'ittly ut pun: uud cottO'i. .itip-li. exclaimed, 111. il by eo il '8 b.-ing an impossibility be produced as clit-ap as Well, I think I could have it." his Mend. .11 a chonu, understand that tho inventor, Dr. Leav ou Do you know vigorously: that they are to ai. lie answered, 'tut I think she thonl wiile to the pabllc, and would now, if I asked her.'- I ord facility PO88ibte for eatab- ir n _.i> lishni'Mit of linen factories, bv contrautinir What! in this place; bcft.rc all our eyesr f> c i .p. to furnish tho muchhirry us oxpcciitiously before your 'trcely! J J 'In 'Frerh.' -Well, if she will you a kiss and with suc-l. tha H.a.in.T, I will give will crleJ a thousand as the safety of the manuf.ctur- thn- four i y propose to put out dift- I'M. c. v. tox, Furniture P'tintrr. ,ncii we rt- in the grou and bots run 'hich on t-> improbublo im t vent, und tlic ifuIli-rR'- iv.is nmdo :ind ri :eivcd iu loss than we take ton-late ii others, fur it so U. it several rich oreut dltowt ma- chine shops throughout the or went, near where the factories are to be built, as ia frequently dune with cotton fat- so thai aslilile ciulay as possible may hi took his chance when 000 were in his hands, and left on a steamer ust going as well go o i that, as to risk the next chance. His par tners flew around some, af- ter he had governor of the state beinj in the city at the time, got Smith indicted, and asked the govern- or of Wis :onsin for the fugitive." It not be; ng convenient for mm to make out the "papers" just then, he agreed to end them down from the capital. 'Vhenhegot home, howev- er, such rt presentations were made to him of the affair, that he threw the "documents" into the stove, instead of forwarding them to Nelson Dewey. governor cf "Wisconsin, care of------ Hosmer, Isq., San Francisco." But one------, i wag, lawyer, gentleman- lighter, "one of the got hold oi tht big seal and other and cnclos ;d in a large envelope, a striking c iricature, representing a poor, raggi d, half starved, bedeviled h a pick-axe in one hand, and the tin pans, spiders, and culina- ry utensils in the at a huge, otitla idish animal of some kind, and cut ot his mouth is seen pro- ceeding the that the ele- phant This do :ument, so enclosed and j bearing the broad seal of California, was duly st at on in charge as afore- and c nc Bill Andrews, of Buf- falo, waa ei iployed to "come and see it serve 1. He posted straight for Milwaukee engaged two or three law- gers here ti go out with him, left for the capital a id Lancaster, the residence of' thegove nor. Several were gath- ered arounc, perhaps let into the se- cret, and perhaps not, when "his ex- cellency" opened the mysterious pack- ling the handwriting of the broke the jarticular attention to the quality of tl e paper, (he's nice about FREDERICK AND THE HIBERNIAN, Frederick of Prussia had a mania for enlisting gigantic soldiers in the Royal and paid enormous bounties to his recruitnff officers for getting them. One day his recruiting sergeant chanced to spy Hibernian, who was at least seven feet high, he accosted him in English, and proposed that he should enlist. The idea of a military life, and a largj bounty so de- lighted Patrick, that ho at once con- sented. says the sergeant, unless you can speak German, the king won't give you so much." said the Irishman, shore it's I tliut don't know a iirord of Ger- man." said the sergeant, "three words are sufficient, and these you can learn in a short time. The King knows every man in the Guards. Ae quick as I esees you, he will ride up and ask how old you are; you will say how long you have been in service you must reply three weeks. Finally, if you are provided with clothes and ra- tions; you answer both." Patrick soon learned to pronounce bis answers, but never dreamed of Learning the questions. In three weeks he appeared before the king in review. His majesty rode up to him j Pad- dy stepped forward with "present arms." How old are you said roaj- it look jour are irniin matter wbat your mnfainm, according to the tbe beat in New York, tfldaod falsified; your two geltatia, from the gfpe tory i your ailk and woolen areauMfl with cotton; in short, there w sot oa article in which you can possibly be cheated, which commerw has net adul- terated. How thtit What a wholesale robbery of the oonu raunily What a deprivation of th? mornl sense! Is there way by which these multitudinous and perva- ding frauds can be prevented, or da they belong to the commercial as its outgrowth and natural Y.Mer. replied the Irish- esty. "Three man. How lone have you been in the service asked the King. Twenty-seven years." Am I or you a fool roared the King. Both" replied Patrick, and he was instantly taken to the Guard- louse. O-Tho following wut to with the understanding that :t wu nipn of what could be dona I jr and that If other were waaUd they could 'be bod for the He wts On (lie Sound, And his body won't found Until fatty 'leven   iric du Wis. te Is not wlu'thor bo iu getting factories into o.ie- looked curiously at the was hundtotui! or have my pc- ration "KAI Kit LV HOOTS A Nl> 81IOHS, niarkft price puiJ for hi SV' I'fai.tt >t'i' for bdk-vii.g that ho We understand that they are now in 1'iit g >od looking at t; i.y .DUN VS.corm-r ot M iiti and Court 1'tnirtf .lu Chii'ii, a cellar re rnllier tho suitio huro walked off to tneet I tin- yuiing Imly. lit- bowod t her and said, JVidy, jniu froleen) mj fortune is in jour Imnd.' Sim looked ut hi n iuastonisli- nicnt, but urresti'd hor lie proceed- ed to hi< name und coalition, his as- pirations, anil n-iutui! simply und truly what had just passed between him und his com- by K1KTH, on W.M. K O. B. at hln ol.t shop Urcct to nuke utid rojniir on Watrr iva of nil negotiitiiin with several companies, who are pr< paring to go into tho business. SFFCLMENS OF OLD ENGLISH MANNERS. lu tho reign of James I., men and wom- en wore looking glasses publicly; (he men an brooches or ornaments in thoir hats, and tho woman at their girdles, or on their bo- soms, or sometimes, (like the ladies of our 'I he oung lady at cntivcly, and ihty.) i.i centra of their fans, which then when I CIMMN' to spo  n, clocks ifec1.. rcpnirod, and work in notice. c-ob shell brought from China, some imagined it to bo one of the Pagan temples iu which the cannibals adore tliu devil. Tho business of cap making was ruined in 1591, by tho common wearing of hats, wliich then came into vogue. Smoothing are of late Invention; in the reign of Queen Elizabeth and James I, liiu luiu ilonr on gnnii-d AS the most promising icholtir at the, large inscribed with texts of scrip- I University. Three years wcr not passed tnre were used for that purpose. VlC( the day of tho first kis when the 0. AMMAN, young man was allowed to give asecond one Harneit JMaktr, to the lovely dntighter tha Jfovemor, as prpparcd to make and furnish hU bi-trothud bride. on 8hort He berwne, later, cue of the greatest scholars in Sweden, as much inspected for his learning as forhlscharactor. His work will endure forever among tho works of science, aud from his happy u lion sprang family well known In Sweden, at the pres- ent day, aud whose wealth of fortune and high position in society are regarded as and i do every varioty of work the trade of Saddlery and ,ln the host style of work- nlf tj f i" the Stone building ,Water-rt, Chleu, Wisconsin. ORELLE, Cabinet Maker, .lone building Wisconsin. thingn, and love. compared wilh TAILORING. McCLAFFERTY n thia tn building c.ccupled by Johnson Tluk- to execute all orlere of buHiuew, with neatneM and lld 'o the I ANI> TAD. AND SHORT Mr. great heljfht and slender figure exposed him to great ridicule from opponents soubriquet with them was "Long an I when his famous project of Ihe substitution of fuu- boalt in place of n Navy adopted by A Isabel Denton, of Leeds, ia so id to bave first invented, and baskets made of straw. In two rich women deiired to mar- ry the I'.arl of Huntingdon, for the sake of the title. One of tbem offered to lay down on the day of ber marriage. The other offered a year during his Itfe, and in he to go with her to the church and marry her; immediately af- ter the ceremony, they were to take leave at tbe church door, and never to see each other again. In is the At Henlv, upon tbe a woman agalnat taxation imposed by Par- liament ordared by committee to bave tho tongue fastened by a nail to the body of a tree by the wayiide, oa a market day. which was done, and a paper, in gremt tettan, setting forth tbe beinousimw of her crime, fixed to her back. I stick that t Id portrait of father's be- fore the and there's the Judge staring me in the face. On my" right [establish a row of are the gentfem -n of the jury; on my left hand is t le cupboard, or while on the chairs be ore me are seated a lot o( my learned 1 lends-. Well, I coi ceivethe It's an actio i for for breach of pn then I begin. If I'm for th: plaintiff, of course 1 pitc up the p .thetic; if for the defen- dant, I rcduc< the thing to a mere bag- atelle. For :he plaintiff, I describe in tones and f trains which bring tears into the eyes of the row of mean theintel igent men of the how fondly, h tw passionately she lov- ed the rccreai t, base and black heart- ed defendant. If for him, I transfer her affection 11 nry pocket, and under- take to show 1 hat she never loved him at all. And am as like to be as right in one se as tbe other, for how can I tell wh sther she loved Mm or not. But in a cat e of this land, however, give me the phiatiff. I see tew starting in ev vy eye. I bear the la- dies nobbing a around me j while tbe intelligent me a of the jury we blow- ing their noee with unexampled vio- lence, lest it .bould be tbotight that they could si ad tear. I behold the Judge workin bis jaeial aascies, bis month I iatoatt of u if from the the depth of his tion he would what it in, I get.' tell you IOB- nually. The lands are never to be sold save for bonds. The lands are to be ap- praised, and also are to be su ijecl to en- try for bonds at the appraisal, at any time, whether the bonds are due or not. IRISHMAN'S following is said to be an exact copy cf an Irish- man's will: "I will and bequeath toniy beloved wife Bridget, all my property without reserve, and my eldest son Patrick, one half of the remainder, and to A good mother tbe gteat- eat treasure of life. JWore of the Michigan Conspiracy, Detroit Tribune n circum- stance connected with the gang lutaly bro- ken up In Michigan, which would placa them upon par witb tbe most dwperate p'l- or banditti of which history gfvea say record: "Atone of the regular which they were in the habit of holding periodi- cally their place of retiJezvoi for tha purpose of consultation to incuts, and the division of plaadnr, It waa reported by Borae, In tho order of that one of was stated, had been detected la revealing Dennis, my youngest son, the i some of the that should. If there is anything left, it may go to known only to the Initiated. ChujrictoM Terrence McCarty, in sweet Ire- betrayal were frwsly Indulfsd to land." question, to bow the fnttty ous be tileaecd, one of tbe inade have remark, Dead otem come to such a pass in commerce, that no nun knows what he or sells, or consumes. Every article capable of adulteration is msSle a ohe it. Your wine is nearly all spurious; your bran- dy U colored whiskey; ycur tea u nixed with aloe and colored blue by poisonous dies; yinir coffee mlpMl with peas and chiclcory; your tooaoooii made of mullen, oak end cabbage leaf; your beer is with oooalus, iodicua; your made with alum, soap and Iwd, aah and plaater of salt i your sugar Mod) your ground we anything that ooases handy; your ebockte U stweh your dive oil frmh from the wlb of your viacguu acid fywr wet Hewn tatu." Upon tbls biatMUvfrtt wet imonslr sgrMd tbat poabbflMQi alioaU be death, and that tbe duty vt wrytaf Ike penalty Into effect be let eul the loweet bUder for tbe job! The tat ofcr was named at tbree baodnd sja4 IftydeV Ian for an aseaeslMtioij, ajki Ifc- Miljllaf, went on till the sum haadred rlgbt to the vfeltai NB own plaoe and ipsuuwr, aW the price finally agreed was ImmedJatelx eensitsd Mt aejl te iWdwiM haad avuioi "The ladtvkbwl mttwiiievvidftiiel 'v was   

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