Watertown Chronicle, March 23, 1853

Watertown Chronicle

March 23, 1853

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Watertown Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 23, 1853, Watertown, Wisconsin v ,'l'iiii _.. WHOLE NO. 801, a careful .lollat and a ovmfort- tf not ifr able itt cold Boraiag, on bit w lvot enoOgh io rflttt dotlur, door and wlrioow, CALIFORNIA. Prom a late letler! whicli has been occupied by. Mr.H of- i rjffiif iib'n V' A Wa- tertgwn, in. this citT. He.loi.ked well. 1 fb IB THUII) OTORY .fwt, lima their Uie; gospel tp soothe. fof JCS-BMPIBC ba ana delivered by'the carrier IMng. when Ue HO 00 BU One column per year, Ipclndlog paper. Quarter column..................... JCightW coliMMi...................... One sqaan. (ttViues Vr'less.) lirst i nsu For aitob aabaaqnenl Leaul notices at rales prescribed by law No paper or .s.dyorusenwnt disconiini vamniM are paid, ontem at ihe publiswr god oiber lottors Baalueas) and Prwlcaaioiml PETER SBABUBO, _ Notary Public mod Lspd Agout. Wi.._ privileged to make the following. are will The the low, dark ciouda, loaded wiirt their tory f were already the atiarp craffffy peiitia of the 'El' Dorado rnuun- evident wjfha NOYES, M. P., T Phvslctan nnd Surgeon. Braver Darn- tf D M. ASP1NWALL, Notary Public awl Conveyancer, Ifarmiiiglon Mbr- sun coBoiy-Jvy HBNRV BURLING1M, Attorney .ml Coan-ltar st Lnw. SoHcho, in Chnee. iv and Notary Public, JeUernon, W in. H. BERTRAM h Co. Boot and Slioc Makers, Main si, Watcrtown. paid for Hijcs. .Cunt) GREEN it POSH, and Carriage Makers, ncnr ihe Vulcan Iron Works. Watnrlown._______ ._. G. S. SCHEMPP in Dry in Ij.Uools aiii. I. A. HOPKINS, Publisher, and general dralcriii Boohs, Stationery, io, IS st, Milwaukee.__________________ FRENCH SALOON, By E. BIIIOT, one door Head's taiicry. Water- lown. A. PERN.1S, Boater in Clockn, Jewelry, biiilBC. Wiilcrlown. n Hiiorl nulico. II. MAES, Barber, on the bridge, Walcriown. Oiln Pcdamcry W. H. BOUKNE, Dealer in General Dry Goods, Groceries and Provin- ions. Corixsr atMain ami first streets, AVulcnowji L. B. BOOMER, ami In D. .Tones B rich Block, Waloi tow VV. C.SPALDINO, W. D. in tlic Empire Blocli Wuicrlown.Wiii. ____ g'J5tl PORTIill to BROTHER, Proprietors of ilie Uuiled Hotel, Fox Lake Dodge co. WILLIAM DUTCUER, Attorney and CoaintulloratLaw and Solicitor m.Can eery, Milfonl.JBflursunco. BILLINGUUItST it. UAIRD, Attorneys Councilors at Livw, Dodjjo Center Dodyt! co._______________ aif VVM.C. FOUNTAIN, Wholesale an.1 Retail nnd dealer in Piunl Waicrtoivn.________ A. P. CADY, Dealer in Heavy ami Hnnlwair. Sloven. Tii Sliect Iron HIM I Copper ke, Empire Blocli Main rt, Wiituriown. momiiig ihose ho haven of their liopea-r-'th.o" cold chilli or winter benumbiog: your 'frame, in ah almost cuimiry, fur here endeu7 ,n iilhtor than Itie IndUn. .and biit few of veryjndiiS; riooa. VQ will 'let ll'ieui'. we prosont.: They.are all, enough, a'Ue And autumnal voices calling. v Wifrticd ''tlie Mmirtdr'a1 pVi'do'.Wwtiy Barge of- In its ice orcBtcd beanly ran, ,j Dil's, the "'iSCill tini gtoiAauif i AVtire those proplielic.1 jtilh no' woman is :fo" be 'neen: Rail sliina and-green, a California hal. and bell, one or and a kn'irE, each sporting llio largest bcurd he .can rpise, and vcu have .the' appearance of; t lie outBiUe man 'ii' doing horo is brisk, principally in and supplying thn general w orthominerBibuUn no caso ia it fronr.lhe spirit bar arid card table. It IH getting near dinner hour; and we are about to- enter. tha-Marge hotel, .saidtu.be the moat resottCtablo jn when a cheer, 'ia hoard' and all eyes are direcleil wis two 'fluW on -dirthinff wrards two fljjju'rea' on down the h'ilU in. front of Hns resooctBblo'hi'lelrand1 ftfo-'kinllty- to let going on In: dcviWi.mi The.baproom is verv large, and-capablo.of giving freo mo- lion to sovuralhundred people, yet UiawTowd, etj.'llie nawty arrived persons occupy ing tho iwoat at llic bnrj' .relating ,in Ihe-iriiiBl'1 pr'ofsne 'languago'.'tihie.: many qnar> reU, shooting aln'c'eih'eir :lasl vlsitj 'to t lie no Hearears; But'l-will spwe yonr mbaestV, dear.reairorrfroin Usteiimgiu H fur- ther rehearsal and- expoeitlori- .poor fulleri ttiey'aro, dressed m ;of a dandy, ti'g'ir. 'fcy o 'A 'Vciusd On one of the ferry two genilemeti were la jk'ing about t.tia i trial trip of the Eri.csson, whe.n a'-litile fellow who liad been, listening' atlenlively, remarked tbnt she hud already, be.eii on two Iriaj Srips, and he. sho had now gorin.on a vpyage.. There was something so engag- ing in the'manners of Itie child lhat one oi' ihe gentlemen drew him out on tliesub- engine, and found him not only'to be familiar witli its general construction but Capable of conveying- to another :a clear idea of its plan. Ilia re- oarkable intolligenco and diminutive s.tuture lod tho gentlemen to xiuesliori'him closely, and it. appeared that ex- actly eight years old, and supported him- self by .selling typa. His task, was ejn'jo'day, anil .he said lhat w.lien ho chose fj.e; c'oii.l'd complele it by 3 o'clock in tlie afternoon. showed himself be perfucily faniifiar with the technicali- ties bf his trade; and take liim altogether, he is ono of- ihe most extraordinary f tvp'tis we have ever seen. [Ni Y. _____on AS ir IT WBRB Nan- t'nckat lalaniler-'aiaya- the followin j atory lately, told toy ,a 'refoJm'ed. inebriate, an l'of your existence. is 'the nature of ihiwgs ij 'writ'enw (Ui lhe.least possible and 1 top- hearted, bj.amp sjMJ tfja. rig has how1 "maVitmn 'riBfceriily" rifid'a' JSaiO'-' [JerBorig.' iTha pfqp Jarnes ''irte.' remain .a' jemai yrtonjar tbfto I ever saw him, and -is fl ale Ty ilaboiad i he past i se'aionj, iriili Shft- wjiafcftnd'itions' an IMW H iflii .your iiocly ifnot your or his wife, naa.astanjshejj.mrjrj bl5'Vein's Boiijii's 'pjric'ned i johVdf voKatiuffu haihtS1 'a iwha jt 1 t. been had made him eomo- and ha beeatno very fond of ninjr Bijr worJs, On his farm ha had a vary arge. and mis.chiev.oua 'Bif Bricullat' wbich frequently broke down bis neitbbora' and committal. other daprodatfont, ttiiich !io the1 culonel'a Bnaoyaiiea. morninir after breakfast in- prearace of aoroa Kenile.men who Had ataid with him ind who were BOW on Ibcir way to towD( hB culled iiis overseer and slid to him Mr. Allen, 1 desire you la impound bff brindle, in order that I may liearaa mure in- iinadveraiona on bia alcratl Allen.boweu1 and walked off, sorely puiiled ta know what tho meant. So after Cal.AV. left fur lowrt, he to hie wifc and asked her what Col. W. meant by teU Imjr him the ox. s.iid she, 'tha cuiunel mcaat to tail you to put him IB pan.' Allen left to perform tho for it waa no inconsiderable the very wild and vicious, and after a great deal: of troubta and vuxalion he aucceeded. asid he, piping the perapiritipqi from his brow and solitoqnimnjf, 'thin is ponndin? la il 1 Now I am doa'l tuta trM colonel will ask if I impounded big brindle, and I'll bell puzzle him aa bad as he did roe..' The next day tha cutonal gave a dinner party, and aa ho waa not aristocratic, Atlea'i the overseer, down with Aflcr the second or third gltss Hie culonel lurned to the overseer and asid Mr. Allen, did yuu impound big brin- die, air f Allan, straightened hfmteir, and looking around at Ilie cotnnanr f did sir, hut old brindle transcended trie impannel a cat to help him out. The MI replied f It in a foolish for soon aa _-.: nkniivn' intlnrulfaltf wit ba-nWiiso'-'pHeouWy far, belter; lo cat .Iiftc4 oul, bu't'-'the" lU.meB of .tho beer pnas to riiiiiiae refirge in a hole. out cklled (he io come out: DuVjou nut promirttlml I should ealj o-i T'1 did, Ari.old.'rayolulionor' t.hal of lha Bfilcma' hours he everaaw, that in (roing'hnme 'nhS.diirk' niifht Ills aeah'f.'iifier bM'hi; tbti by her ilaitghter Sully, eomaafaih, was tha atx ihe fair. .By o of hav- Sng a lirng" Ufa and a big funeral. cbjld, U to foi a pilibw. BOHIB day, aad ea j.tin, and in tho midst of Udffhtor Allca lefl Iho table, naying to hiinxelf as ho reckon the en lone I won't ask mo to iinr pound any moro oxen.' RU.VC Vour practice which apprenlicca, clerks, and oinera hive of spending ihcir asroiaga BB> fast aa they nccuuiuUlc, ia ono groat reason why su many never attain a position above a1 mediocrily iri life. A pcrann who receives tin I conipcnsaiion for his services, will, wiili B, liille care over liis and a aystcm uf rexularily in eijwndi-, lures, find thai al the end of Iho year la, prepared lo encoiiater tny cmurgency tir misliau. linl, n general thing ihey man- tu get, rid of their earnings quite a? they arn. line, t leaving ihein wnnlTy" unprepared for eniorircnciea, bjr A curtailing aary if adonicd by .mr r would brinn around inoul happy and f rat- ffying reaiirtp, and ne the or ftislng to and atiiiidinir in aitciaiy, win have ,.n'ow cunlracled iha haWt of with their earnings eo readily aad f.'.r., the h'abii of. keeping coniiBiiallf tn beireli" indirturen'ce and ilisitipatinn', fack'or prnanecls and an diaragtfd for The real fur a g raat bf crime, may bo traced the habit of a, foal- ish expendiliire of tniiner in early dayia. [Albany Trtnacripl. A dandy lawyer ro'.iurked on ona aumittBr day, that''ilia wealh.jr an ailaat' iioi; that wltc'n he put his head Into a faiHy bbHcd. "Tliea, a i looking Hoosicr, hava aalfa A rolling atone galhera -an iverv dnubiful adagsv We have ;

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