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   Sheboygan Mercury, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1849, Sheboygan, Wisconsin                               THE SHEBOYGAN MERCURY, VOLUME 3. SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN; SATURDAY, MAY 5, No. 11. [Whole No. 115.] silt; no v< J. M o. i.. X... I IHI: MERCURY II.LKTT. (i. G1LLKTT. Commissioner tn take the of and other instruments to he mied in tin- Stale of office Kan. dt.r nuAi-f fu I.ui uji a yar in advance. -ii iiiths. an additi Inn O ouf iusei tmn i 'rttdllK........ ff ii MTtimis........ n onths If pay- Ji Hi) 1 'J-'J 1 'f 01) S ('IJ j W. SHAMAN. i Saddle. Harness. Trunk Mairiifitc'iircr I riaat'Trimniinjr. At1. Shop on oiuhlli St.. (fm j merly occupied by A. iHinkei) bhebo.'iirin .Spurn not Ih Poor iUun. JUr.flCHANT'.S HOTEL. i lly II. TfayleloH Shrlioyitan W. T. MIKIiOYGAX luTuf-K, lly R. P. Harriuian, Slieboygaii, Wisconsin Ter- ritory. nl j tl' aliiinn in 00 Hi U one H Jl Column MX m int'it..........10 00 Hi 11 nrs or ur iler G 00 t'onn'y [H.iilin done at the rites p.'gn La 73- No will (unless at proprietor, until all ar- FRANCIS RA1TII. Jrirtter mid tt'ulrli mnker. re- pairs ill! kinds of watche- and guarantees his work makes rings anil oth- er kind pri II. Vainvir. J. :i2 Farm. I'ort Milwaukee. S Foiul tin Luc. rilllK undersigned having oj ened n shop in the store lormorly occupied hy J. Snath, on Pennsylvania Avenue, opposite Harvey MrKillips', is prepaicd to furnish tlie comnrni- nitv anything 'hey may uant in his Iii e of j business, ronsistiri" of HJiKKl'SS- j-'s, TRI'XKS. rjij.jszsi, CJRPET rscs, i It'lllPS Jf IJiSHEf1.. 4-e. and in iict, j anything that may he culled for in his line of i business constantly on hand, or made to order i short notk-e. Carriage Trimming and Up- holiterins; attended to in a neat anil durable rnan- To L-.milords or others, wishing Matrass- es hi' would say, that he will furnish then: in (i-tantily. quality arid price, to suit customers, fj" KtiHiirius jtrinnpily attairlcJ to. n37tf Al. L. Slii'hovirnn. Oct. 1S-1S. Directory. WILLIAMS. WJOilBURV t, 'It.tinr.. anil Cimnsf nixl (irne- r-: Aseirs. Off.cc in hrlmygan Kx- rli lillvj wiLLitt" w it wciinBviiT. w n ntmsi.iXK. not the pinr imn. him not, Though horny be his handfc Nor coiil. nor silver nns hf got Kov no. nor hinds, Vet c-ist not rlrin that i-ro.'n'iil slince Upon Piitihiirnt fiee; For he's pnoi.his poverty Can never thce d.sjfraci.'. His mny of the be, Afjido out o! liniklen trr'iy, And thine be of the best brond cloth, Ami trimmed so tine and g'ly. Thy hoots may brighlly shine, In fashion neat, And his poor cloys he brown, And shapeless on his 1'cet. Yes. his exterior may lie rude, And no attractions show. And his connections be among The lowest of the low. But in the casket rough to view A cem may be concealed, As brijiht a nem as ever yet Was to the world revealed. Full miny a mine of price, Is liid wilhin the breast Of many a pooi one, Cast down and sore oppressed, Amonir the poorest of the poor, Farth's nobli'st sons abound, The best, the purest, still The cottage hearth surround iindRr the presfint postn-e of affairs t n't oljecl to taking a'stliiill b'ei to ilia efet-t.' I'll h-h-het Tea-ran f-f-reteh scm t'lin th it will whip him, Wha-at s-say lo h hnnilred d-d dollars Now there were fvr.il merchants ir tli.i crowd who well, anil were fully convinced that if ihe bet made, he was sure of winninif. So he no difficulty in finding huckers.' hnrn, stole towards ihe river. Half I one of whom tul.l him he would give honr sufficed to brinir her lo the trees which prew on the hank, when changing1 her bent anil deorepid gait to a quick and aciive step, she threw hack her hood, and the moonbeams fell bright upon the face of Annette Murray. Rapidly she sped along the stream, tinder shelter of the high own behind tlu-in. Annci.e was in the J banks, until (die reached a place, where kitchen busy in the duties .if this jinwel- the river suddenly nnfnwinir permitted, come call for hospitality. Annette was the accommodation of a foot as useful as preliy, and it was with no ANNETTE_MURRAY. AN INCIDENT OF THE KEVOI.UTION. DT r. A. n. A Green Apples. A beautiful spot was ihe homestead IIADCER GROCERY. Buckwheat Flour. MIAITJ-.H A: il nr tu.'-i' l-'irpir'1 ISADOKR CROfENV. MlllTaV, Wanted. to 1'nrrrm- fur which nod security 111 hu IlllMi at the I li.MiUi.Mi'i ON. ir :it .in 100 DADOER CROC'KRY. i (.-.I in :'or IIACGF.R OHOCERV. wnr: llie brightest grren, nnil herbi'gp. The cottage, built iil'lrr n plan roiiitnon in lliore days, was bir of one story, with n sloping but unlike most of its fellows.it wan painted wH'r and tbe luxuriant which unskilful hand that she prcpnred the viands for her uninvited guests. The soldiers, who wure off g lard, lounged about the yard, looking in oecasionly al the kitchen window, and nspecting the progress of affairs. One of them at last, te npted by the glowing cheeks of Annetlt, entered tlie room, and rudely tlirov ing his arms around her neck exclaimed with an onth, Well, you are the pretties rebel thut I've seen in this confounded e >untry. Give me a kiss for the eoinplirm m.' pive you sornethin: else, that he gins with k., if yon don't el ber nlone exclaimed a manly voice frf m behind him. It. was Annette's brother a tripling of nine- teen, whoserlii'eks burned wi.h anger, at the insult tn his sister. You'll give mn snmfit! else, will yon spawn of fin old reb t We shall see abmit and the fi riated soldier wns about lo t'r.iw his sw iril. when the entrance of the irnp'ain, (nil "d to ihe spot by Annette's cimsr J him to away. To him Cbarlc-s stitfd f-e cause of the affray, and with ae.ii lion to him not to he too hot-headed, the captain Law anil Solicit n! ytf i v it f r n M. f. v. n !i r uf Lnw and Solici- I W.T. TA V l.Uli. AtJIiO'i'T tlAI.K. A- .V.-K1I.MI ijMreries, tt Mnliriiiv Tallow. 1 for whieh the J. lii-iieit mailet BAIXiKR OROCCR1 Deers Hair. sliced, sitiil alnuisi empowered ii, were of i fi-rest growh. The province of New hack hi. hottls. York not then as now cultivated till wcre m" llie rrad !o W hile- ms like the rose.' with tl- wors of l all these daslardlv red- hue. yet -he mrly rulers not cnats wilhont losing a hair .f my bead.' n their in Old and or ruse il bio every hrre pud there a testified tin- rlinn-inrj of the heart to 'I bave exclaimed J nnfitte joyful- ly but what she bad rmi it fur the pres- ent remain a mystery, as the entrance iiiiis. for sale al the a mairnJficRiit rocp, m it'll t hnve been RADGKR UROCEIIY, One of tlm In'ler, j of a stopped the utterance of a sen'ence which was on he' lips. There had resided in t ic familr for ill.. Notice. htivina suld seen adornirg tbi" front of Mr. Murray's iii' many years an old ami faithful bruise, and sooth to sav. it would have i J out his rnthe l been hard to Irll which would have been woman. Hecuba, she "as commonly Rapidly she flow across it. Slow as had been her former progress, her speed more j than made amends for it. Annette Mur- him ten gallons of rum if he The menagerie man glanrr-d at his linn. Thera lie crouched in his r-igp. bis gy mane bris linir, niid bis swceptni', the very picture of irraiiduur mid niajmy. The bribe was atnl he felt as- sured. Certing, sir. I hive ID jcctiona to old with any cretur ynil may fe'rh.' V-ve-verv sai.l Nat, it's a h-b-het.' The tnonrv planked up, and the for t'le coti- ray was not a cirl to start at imagitta-y w.is dangers, lint her heart beat fast, as she j flici. The n-'ws was rp-i-ad o er IVil'i- thnujrht of the risk she was running, j rri'ire, and :in early honr ibe boxes of ihe should she meet any of the traitor to- spi.cious th-a're wen- pit of it Oid Cuba's cloak and bonnet, would, she feared, prove but a very inadequate protection, still it was her only But a very short timesulTired to briivjlier in sight of the first Inuses of the village. The third of thes? was the resiihne.fi o the father of Hmzh R ibcrtsnn. The hour for retiring in th-iss primitive times was mimcwhut e.irlipr than HI presen', but luckily ibe family were still up. With a joyful exclamation she flew up the fteps, the lltroS of her heart almost rivatlinff her Shall we confess her Even at thi.i moment, a th'injrht of Hugh compelled her to throw off poor Cuba's old hood. In an knock at the door. weakness. brini; cleared for the affray. ]2xpectalion was on tip-toe, and it was with great impatience that the crowd awaited the arri- al of Wlientley. He ai lenrth entered, he.-iriiig nlarsre bay or sack his choiilder', which as !ie let it. fall upon the (lunr, was to contiin soriK remarkably hard nnd heavy sub- stance. The keeper looked on with iu- Where't your he inquir- ed. said Nat, pointing his finger to the ling. Well, wli it it V asked the man with incre-iains as'onishmcnt. 1 Th-tb-ibat. 1-1 ladifs and B Y T K L K G It A P H Htfarttd for tht Serfixrl :ililioiigh it F lo her an :.jje. the door sai 1 Nat. Jl Kit IV AJL OF THE BE LA.TE AND IMPORTANT NEWS. USE IX 8, Ac. Apr I nt. Till' Fo NlMVl. h lit :l l.ll O alile H'-I ilte Ala Let for >frn Floitr, i.il sa'cg w ai :m nl Oc icr 'I he i tl dm ami fry gitmt 5 78 i-orn m al firni, J, 2 M lor whe.it ihen; i I ir il.'iiiaihl. (irnest-e 1 35; Ohio, lion1 w is M M'lu mi Jie li-rinii 57 ivirii II'MIHI In: for northern 5'Jc inn in icii i-h Cork iti.i.-kd ilull :iii-.l siilfs at id nlO 25; ti.r iiu-ssiiiiii priin-; iiliniii liim, ies at A. n -iijrl.is n.-. iveil al RII nlc, hr'iijr Hi! ilat.'H Iriiin Rio J .tit-iro .o 15 h lilt. O i liie J.l tin- of P" riiaiubiio. was tilt: scene of n ami caiifrui- nary lia lK' heiwri-n ilm (tin'criitiiwnt pi.r- v, aiJr.l by ihu of id" line, and I he Mineral piiny. The fiylu las ed IS hours, >vliicli the m u-l nmr g r iieateilly rhar- rinu itpmi tlie biiyonet o ihe t o ips of he I lie. 'J'iiu lender nt tiie revolt shot eed oil, 'I'liriientjiic. Copnl and japan Vainii-h. consultation the word was given Hardware. Gro- 1, 7. I roR SAllB rl lii-iai in rhitice family i AC'RKS OF LAM) -t miles from Shi hoy- .-itiom, I'ri.n.-yl vania gan. miles from Sheboyaan Fail.-, and ,n within an-' mile "f Orrnshy's saw mill en jiiire .b ,i. J. OWKX. Siiclmviran. IF'l'J. v3i i Copal andGi.m -helbie.etc etc.. for salehy I HARVEY McKiLJ.ir. j for a --------------------j ferred un'il just at nisrht Their advance was de- when seizing a lit rtrr arts. tn flu t Syracuse. t.HBiric i5r Co. I. ft Co. TlillVilo. iV VVi LLI JIi: WMi .t. Siwlmyenn Falls. W. 1 ,i- drtui- notii-r jimt HMI-.I np- over I.yni.m btoie.) I lew boats that bad unfortunately been left on the l-ank of the river, they launched I upon the lii'le rivulet and ftlr. Diitfy'n trinl procee-llnar. The keep'-r swore thai bis lion should not result will noi be k MM n m Livrrii un- l f ifie 13r It. Htf Dt'.Critly a well known (.'a hoiii: yrii-st died ai L'rngh-.-da on tile C.ii nl'c lolrra. (Here llie operator stopped.) himself by lighting inch a piii'iil foe. V-very said Nat, if y-y-yon ch-choose to give ms the hii-u hundred But it's cried live show- ly and silenily alonrr the customary road.; mr.n. and so benumbed were the faculties Tl Augers. ;Maiuifactnred expressly lief, lor H.MIVKT IT McKit s. Satin ai m> vtf for sale at HARVBY McKiLiu-'s. nay j CL JJULS. fine in Store and for si le hy HAHVKT MI-KII.TIP. 1) 1 1- i'.> i -Mr t nd T-iilor. ri is if ed the inl -rr -ml !c> IT tnT "rtr1; done 1 YoilM'ilt t i I iim if IT utlinjr tr nt Itf 1 Dec. 9, IS.-f. B C >r''f Ii 'ir-dr It K-eh'li rr, Minp in n-Jltf w u i-; i ir j i'. u." It'oM oixl C'nir M un W tin door c ist .1 olm- Vvit'v I'emiHvlvauia Avenue. of the latest 100.000 Strip Lntli. wcfl snasom'd, f Innd. and for sn'" liv HAHVKV McKn.i.fp. U.MHKH. a as.--ortnii.'iit of coninion and elear. for le A'q n ?tl HAKVFA McKiLi.tP. r r i she anxious v awaited the termination of the vault of heaven and n fair foot, and i i TT i n i their renas1.. I ie innor v men was tur- form can it be wondered that TTuph Kob- i ertson not only Hionirht Annet.e the fair- illstlil 1O llltnxl; est dnmsel he'had ever seen, but that he lhe rare Charles, who mixed the sorts to- gether, sufficiently t i not only ren- der them merry, but to bewilder their intellects. Ilecuba was rdernd to wait on the table, and many v ere the brutal jokes cracked at'her expense, 4 Here, old cri 'd one, pass along those egL's- Hurry. ,ir they'll hatch before yon gel wbilj another with ilruiiVen graviiy demamlc I the price of wool, declaring his iir.cnlic n of procuring a sample lorihwilh. Poor as the were, they were re- ceived wish of laui liter, increased by the low mil t! critics of Hecuba. B.id 'ninigh to have lo in le barn to make room widout beinjl made f :ime of. Must a Iieeu a scarc'tty of licmp last year any how.' Luckily fur her he last words were drowned in the gene al uproar. The meal WRS al lengtl finished, and the sentries posted arotin t the dwelline for the night. Brit twi or three were thought necessary, as the louse stond in a large meadow by iiself rendering the ipprcrich of any object wi hont its being seen, impossible. They I.ad just begun, with unsteady steps it inn I be confessed, to pace their rounds when the bent form if old Hecnba was seen crawling along inwards lhe barn, a build forty yards distant. 'Who goes was the prompt challenge of lhe icntinel, but an indis inct muttering was llie only reply. Driwina up his piece he was just about to fire, when his comrade exclaimed It's the old wench I should know her jaw the soldiers that they reached within thir- ty yards of the bouse before lliey were A bea y re-pon.-ibi'tty upon the ft m Je sex ui t'l peculiar in audience interposed and insislcd e en e.-j i: ii an 1 absoiii t n't truil itH- ar.- I rail ig ti'rcfS if p upwrly usi (five irres siabli; impe us to of up n the fight. There was no escape, nn I the showiiinn released ibe discovered. The alarm was given, but so lion, niiiking himself secure on the top of ita al their eoininand. quick were the Americans in nients, that ere they could their move- resist, the the The es'ic beast moved slow'r a- ii long as ladv B an respec able ni) uiv. and ihe vir imiis ad mi ci ?s ihe allrntiiiti of young men who sip the (lowing wine, and drink from the maddening Kowl. no men house was surrounded, an entrance forced. ro.md ihe ring. stuifTirir atid lushing, whili! and ihe whole, laken prisoners. The I every ]ierson held his breath in .'iispens next day the Mores and ammunition wore j Lions are pry'rig beasts, amt.thid one was d.ink. nd b COUTH the taken lo Fort Edward. not long in discovnrinjr lhe turtle, which And Annette joined the con- lar on llie (limr. a hujri: inanimate tiuentat armv, and at the close of the Rev- j The I.ion soon br'H'shi l-is iti close hi oluiionaiy strugffle, Annette became lhe happy bride of Col. tlujfh Their descendants arc still numr-rous and a respeclable part of the coininuuity where thev dwelt. ey Vcstings and Mimmer stuffs, just rec'd j seen, in effecting a landing below Mr. Mnrrav's hoiipe. Tbp bouse wns im- rnedialely Fiirronndcil, and a demand made for refreshments. It may be tifrncsary in this place, lo stain the ren- Fim of this unwelccme visit. A Inrpe qunnt'tv of animunit'on and of vnri mis Is c lUnctcd at Wbitc- idle k'pl coiutunlly on i be WlirRKatall time? may he l.-.d RJ, :'r Tl Ml.lf. COTILLON on short notice, and in a ttyle aoi lo I till R. RT Orders from the country promp'ly j hall, but 1101 so privately ?s it appeared as to be unknown to a lory :ntbp vicinity, who iminediairlv communicalinl bis in fornialio'i to a llriitsh officer. decided upon a se'Z'ire. For ibis purpose he had liwidi'd nx I have slatpil, intending with the first dawn to attempt a Fiirprise. and in ibe mem time, lo refresh with the pnod ihingis of the rebel Yankees.' as lhe British indiserinvnately styled the Americans. It would have been uselest The Lion and tlic Turtle, A OF A PTI1M1TIVK ME V.V1I Kill t. The Showman crie wns in town. A oocii-rence wns an exhibitinn of the wild beasts, liortp. ti- gers, polar bears, ant) ichneumons, in timore, at the early days of which we are writing, yet they came occasionally, and this time were visited by old Nal Wheat- ley, a jotly. weather tio.ilnrtn. well known in B dtimore as an inveterate joker who never let anv one get to wind- ward of him. He was furthermore a tfttt- terer of the first class. Nat visited tliB msnagorift. A-i he en- tered. the showman was stirring up ihe monkey, nnd tormen'ing the lion, giving elaborate descriptions of ihe various pro- pensities and natural peeiiltariiien of each proxinr-y lo ii. which tfieitir I' noi liliitiff. pnpp.'d out bis hem! rolled bis even, while a sort of wheeze issued from his SSH'ag'TOIIS Th and la hers i f Let bill be 1 .dies dec! ire llisil use fining drinks sb: 11 debar '.be y-uinf men from llicir si cif y. ;ui'l nrn' 1 mid ih y will dn m 'iv 10 redeem ibe (ireiipiit fVniu tlie jf ave. than ;i ibiniK 'll I eiin'd Lad er, will you   wilt yni luis- among a thousund. her pass. I heard the old hvig grumbling about being turned out of her den, at i upper.' Heed- less alike of words and deeds, the old woman kept on her way, until at last she reached the barn. Unfattening the large. door, she entered ind ea efiiily rfnsad it behind her. but initead t F pausing when and gentlemen, this. I sny. is ihe Afrikin A nohl; IIH is ladies and senllenvn, as is call the Kinsr of the Forrest, I liave often lieerd that lie makes mulling of devouring young c-ea- lures, of every description, when at homo in the woods. Cerinir it is, that no oili- er beast can whip him interrupted Wbea'ley, d do y-yau aay he ca-a-ant be w-whi- whiprd V M uid the man of lions ami it- fSh, baetc. turned, ntul a Sfring at the liaii.U v.'bose h.i'i'ta noon-r or tn.'lle, which was now fulls- prepared for rinb t e.' vim.' E, Did r.'cep ion. the lion landed tin him, thi! turtle, fastened his terrific jaws on tbe Iii ti's noMriN, rendering him to do with aciivin- of lim'i be IK nml'  rv, WIISII'L IIK The mm Innked and Why do you t'ltnk he m i rt rnemo.y t'be nr-d In eiijn bis niiif.itiinn. and even ed to ii Ci' il. I think ami I iliinSi, inorp 'ver. ilnii h nnmt to n I'.inily who luive xh'Tt uieniorieM.' WIni in the world you nay trial T' man. mid more [I'-rjilexed. Why, inpli ihiet, old (.'I'liileman. uiiiig ail of a diidilHii :i very grave and uleiiiti manner, becanne Rod Alraiithtv !IMS pnicla ined from Mount Siimi, in iinsl solemn manner, amortff other R-meinb: r the Sablmtb d >y to keep it 'i >ly and the boy ban foritotu n all about .t. His memory must be very nhurt in- leetl very.' ____ OAU roRNi is-" TrmbU M a 1. At a inettiittg in lit n i: was deteiw n- I u> p ihe R. neral Oitvenim- n' lo l otit trains aft-jr the gr.-at Spring iv in from I iidepeiideiicf to pick up who buve bfi'ii 1 'li to certain ta t thai a lurife amount of siifferitiir willen- u from ihe of eintgraiion n M A report of the for layf the.-e in not much t in tinileaMiiV likely.   

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