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Racine Democrat, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1860, Racine, Wisconsin tnr. Tl z.-. frWihsFb .i .f'M'i Z. C. WEffTWORTH' CO. VOL, S.---N0..37. DEMOCSAT V la Tit iinCim-llOWib .lYciitworilvA 'Co. t I X UU V' Hi) p. S.BOYNTON, of ivn'l Thlr.l a.ft.-l, I'.TOIK. Wit. EVANS. ,.-xr.r.M .1 TTORKY'X A 1' M. KHLHLE. I'ub'.lc .ii. McCP.EARV ASOEXS. JAPANESE iw'ility. tc. nJ 301 ULK STONE. ..'.i'' Withered' rio.weri. muse n.-o tho inomorica, oh, wilhcruu Oowcrs. Th.-it, to my heart in AnA i tliis- trco mid .p up' danced- r OHtlints yo For fiui-i childhood auil Us cuiniv with-n key. tnni tl.o Invk of ycurs. Ye- lifl.Lbo.lid..niiU britii! rorjftira trcB-nrM s tlint Tr Ui um.'i
tn.moil o theWoHd IA there be. at' least one ipot tne wor Affection and o Uniceu itnWnrrt let tcere ou. -r thcr in counsel and. prepare an aadre- W affectioa their country, in suet, man.ne J 2ir COUIHrv, iu OUK." to them to serve the great end sectional-strife, restoring a .SD'A iW- Van '.Burcn, John- Tyler, liard Fillmoroo, and Franklin Pierce. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS-MADE is A :EAB FBOM- EIC'UTEK.N SWARMS- nP IV n neichbors liked, c. e _ _ itcrf liSUl in 1 roun" --i- the widow, which made the widowct 3Cd he thus replied t I C'UTEK.N SWARMS; OF] you a-cr d'td nnd .ne o- ,..KEs tvu u...- from reliable authority jy differeuce I could'sec between the wid- the following nceourit of remarkable sue- bees in this ni Deemed troubled by sionally. An op-Jicni "I'S I I've U.tic, proceed to the great.prair.es .of the ioiiu Cheer up my woman with tno mo81 r disappeared, aud then the blackness of ocean to settle upon her hciirt Thou cnmcthe terrible cry nnd a of hot air swept thruugh the were she was confined. bhe seized a piece of iron and resolved her own life wther than bo Brought to ihi. Ka fSTaSTSarine Ins- KORT.IUVESTEUX OfUarl'ord, Conn. JAMES Scc'y. T FIRE INSURANCE CO., 150.000 the orjo-? v. ui' c'oud'mav be dark, but the will eTo.it- u-.llv d's-ipatc it. You n.ny have to la- bor'harder your children, but Heaven chil-lren, 1 han't cut butsnvcutcen.Hn'.l niase sport fur Ihiin easy mom bo ,Jiy husband, an' I has no doubt be d but I want buab.nd, a real live one nU Juhn, was. afore he bad likened to this speech, was something so sbsolu eiy and purelv original in its ridiculous ideaa that could not help laughing at the mourner As won 1.3 possible 1 recovered u.jscli and I my tactics, I wid, ".f that's all, for Heaven's don't give youweif anj trouble.' There are plenty of men in tho you can get another bus- "I mout git another husbaud, stranger, .ltuur .o7stcd But jceture was called Z five stout fellows wcre.at wurk above verv .rRima- her and hope revived her heart.. Ihe Hhouts of thorough, strong men, sound- ed like voieos, and the ,.ght f their lanterns, strcnming down uyo U. p son of death., seen.ed like the light of ihe seventh heaven For two hours they Ukcd with ,in energy which mo'ive cue give, and she w.is just iii time to save her from the approach- ing DKTU-JCTIVK FIIIB is' DELVAS.-A correspondent of the Free ine from Dclavan, under date o January "We-wure v.isUtd last nignt bv one of the most disastrous fires hint was e known to take place here. The large _ __ rnftGtltiV twenty-five little said her "A eood'mother Ah I'.how long I was Icarniiig' what tliis little ono already lEotberl" cuuld any'earthly treasure liavojmade hor so_tnjly__rich. Ni-Olio A southern paper 1ms tlie following parngrr.ph of correspond- lecturing pays. A speculator hired one (iiroad street oys- ter saloon) fcr fill, dollars a month nnd agreed to pay his expenses to lecture He hired a person to writs the iceture.ana the darkey started on his tour, caM.ig himself an escaped lll; 11 _i I.T. Kr.-Mrii nr wild bu.fh.loes..- She was to own time, accomplish-it in her and fix her .own price. At first she dee .nod to cu'tcrtaiu the preposition, but una.ly ar- icr'turuing it over in her own mind, and reflecting what an original and splendid ,vorfc she could make, she has accepted the offer, and come? over in the to mt.kc the Y. Corr. dciplii-u. Press. hives of bees for which he -paid ei hundred' dollars. Ifroin those eighteen hives he bod one hundred and one swarms, he has sold-one'lmndred of the swarms hundred doilurs each, thus resiii- jui'of ten-thousand doiltrs He still has on baud until sonn'e -passers' by The.parties ara'.now.atlaw. ho; ow.ncrr of land can -have CBn hate de.tructiv. ineceta- o wb.cb If WQ clci-yrr.au in a New Hampshire pulpit having with great eloquence, urged f.. r n nn -ihallKS- N vcstevday n singular freak of nature con- four legs and two tails twoeitra legs occupy u i ii T..J nnrs. ulit to abstain, on all labor and-a tncn inuy But if the pretty, singing, bri-ht-cvcd birds, are preferred to 0-nn u I 111: Brown and sla- lie lectured at jS'evr- diiy iroin un pursuits, and to attend church in the fore- licon, concluded witb this touching ap- 'PC'-If any of the brethren are at leisure in the afternoon, I should be pleased to Vinnan. .-.s I intend total of verv n rgna- 'rk ns Georl-e Johnson. Uis receipts es all four to batten her speed. The two tails po off in different directions- like the forks of the letter Y, but, unfortunately, i rtf lliAlil tO IP, worms and bugs, why then they get nd of or punish the boys .nd a-en thca hurt the cne and cause the oth- or to increase, and'multiply and They will even take particular paina 19 out up boxes snd houses for wrens and sparrows, 'and the like, to live in .nd to ,f. omniig uS'in winter. is tli 9 feed those who stay LIIL; mi j n.n-.ctnent. Ho next lectured at Orange) receipts one hundred and sixty ,re to 50 on to Morristown, Newton 1.1. (TVIS. ,nd splendid new brick _. .mill bv Messrs.--------- was. entirely .destroyed _ The tiro took, from the tvMrvrjn id'before water could be u aan.ja -f KSSKfiSsrUai; U 11111.1 iivi" 11. proud of her extra appendages.. Lpht from a. Lone Island .fitrmer. by. a of, this city for the sum -o. twenty dollars.-.V. Y. ffcrvhl.___ THAT, IF: YOU When young Uodge first came up to town, his father told him if would be pohw.when bcin- helped to dinner, to say to the host, llidf that, if you please." Imp- peued that, at tho first dmucr to winch he Us invited, n sucking pig was one nf tho rich av, ty offices, 'v.-hich witb adjoining wooden buildin-s nnd contents, were nearly con- lume. But few county Loss insurance, .UUU- who. had blistered PHF.SEHVING TOOLS FUOM _ RUST. Farmer, should take gre.it care in prescrv this morning Morns sad at its when not in geucr..! use. J.i _ ea, ii SUCMUJ: dishes.' The host, pointing witb his knife to the young porker nskeo, ell, Mr you have thu, our fuvontc 'launch of .Upon which, i be replied, Half iy Lllv; iu' ,1 whn not in peneml The follwin? compound is excellent to all implements h- tion of''all present. ---rr able to rust: PO lively, mis luutufa IMS .The following are cbicf losers: Son, Dry insured ablctoru.u ds of brd and Hardware, Stoves, Tin Ware, .UTENSILS, ,OW COrFKEJOT. was there remarkable about him, mm'm If ho was uncommonly .likely, there- arc plenty of handsome men left in It he was an extraordinary i 1 know of some.giants in Was bo good, kind and gen- irthere are Such stiUMeft: on earth.- WM be a man of .extraordinary intellect, wisdom or genius, deoerd upon, it there Tro ovbers equal 'to Depend upon it that no matter what extra gift be tnay ivc possessed, with patience .and d.U.- may find another to uniooth the f __. fill thnt VI- ooseers; v coTers low. W. H. Bradley, clot nng; ck nearly all'saved. G, Collins, Lyons _ saved Lnwlon Northern books and papers saved no in_ suranee G. W. D. Andrews, hditor of Sorcrciw; no insurance, nothing, saved. Docts Goff, Dentists, no msnr- ancc, total'loss. Barnes Allen, Alt lornpyS-at law a few books saved, U Patchen, attorneys, at law, lost cvt thin" co insurance. Mr. Rencar, f" 1 ..__..A J in a basin or jceuic uuu or steel auVfaees in danger of being rusted I can be put on with a brush or piece O .1 ,..j is aonlied it moat s ss n ;aved. Lnwfon v nugun, nir and moisture aw books and papers saved no in- eflcctnallj keep air a wfc feni An rrishmun LI.., ..-.pjors, oy D-iir of buots, 1 believe-1 shall, never get them on uulil I have worn them a day or A pedagogue was 'about to-flog n for having said.be wus a fool wJien 'the boy cried out, won t call you soany more-ril never ,ey life. that in the.south, when nidi's "ct-refractory and can; be subdued in no other way, their masters have got to threatening to set them free, and send them north to make their living among he abolitionist.: A nigger -in a case, rarely, if ever, to succumb. fellow being brought to the bar time ago, to answer for a misde- tor nils lasting a number of yean. cuMu December, and the bark taken, off June after, will kst fifteen or twenty years- It iV-lfent wood wben .easoned, and easy to be fence. Very rich men Imre been miaera- wise men have been poor great conqueror. 'haVe- bc.n .subdued; great conquerors havo been nonplussed; blc'incn God, and poor meu have been happy. Some-'thieves 'entered a FemaU- Seminary- at ft" CTICClUiUiJ and of course prevents rust. n luul nr forks or other household articles, liwt.'ie remembrance T __ nt-n rri nf> ;I1Q I The portrait of John Brown rcp- mlmn setting in a red velvet eu8h- ioncd chair, holding a copy, of the >ew York JV.7wi.c-Jn. his.hand. ..Ihere an about the latter feature of the picture which none can aifMte. The tencbinss of that journal probably Uia time ngo, to answer lor m'uch towards pushing him on from fan- prosecntor he 'eoold con- aticism to crime; and it is proper th.it vict him Of bcinc both a thief and a tuur- .1.- the teacher should be held .in h rcquircd to prove this nicontuiT-oii tiir.u. inoso lion" ottlmomuch tallwcl ofOoJIto SUi.ln cUimoOror.iK JOBB1MOi rou lhan- lire at one Wholo'business portion of our town, and nVerehant, .remold .their stock .into the Streets but .thc'flames were Anally wbued. We feel the loss more as the block was the The loss falls heavily on or forks or oter ou to become rusted or spotted, are to be laid away rub them over with this mislure and they will come out bright and clear, von years afterward. The eoaticg nja; be so thin as not. to be perceived, and U will still be effectual. Let every one keep Aa it _ called aloud' in. thepit.ofDrury ane 5 r Smith, your house is on. fire here upon a hundred and Jose and when he is Mr. John Smith's then ten eat down ed and vict him 01 DCIUII-UUI." derer. Upon being rcquircd to prove this "Why, you ugly villain, saia be, "you murdered a'.iuoukcy and-stoltfbis "v will sti be etlectuai. tucn ten aaL aowu wholo business ponion _ui far months or years, iresn uiittu, .._- s the- tfg-A' -leather bag' corifainirig five or six hundred Collars in' was vy.Mr. Valentino Aldnclv, does not spoil 01 ready mixed for months or years. Fresb no should be used.-. Eos n is a cbenp "tide, and maybe ,ob- almost anywhere for four to six cents 7hen detiberatcly carried off mon'cj and apparel, not 1 posing irrbewittftiVng Win H- Fry recently, remarkii ladies arc so fond of foreign arti- clca that, they would import their babies if they coujd.manufactured abroad. EECIPB FOB FEVKa AN'D pictnew milk, right.from cow, boil ?t nnd add halfpint of porter, .he off the! whey gr.ite.two ounce, -f the beat castilc soap, ;t fircind "tlf countenance. it over.a slow firct-------- till it 'disiolvcs, divide into- and take !it per tired., .What waa therea markable exolwmed, embedded in w sand under "Tom on the.eastern shore rot ucket. it supposed to have washed Lhore-froto the Eg: liiitoni-wrccKed by In the such 84 a pair Common' such -as A.WNO-riMBiMiK.KG.-W.llMT? a beautiful hying w the western'part of thin county, whose father had forbidden the addicuscs of _ber fa young -gentleman Jrom-Un- tonTwent out to-milk the other morning, df doing down the man being asked what him so bald; replied that "the girls bud pulled his hair out by pulling linn in-
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