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Waukesha County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 18, 1857, Waukesha, Wisconsin CO. DEMOCRAT, FUBLISI1KD EVER! T? ED IVES D A Y tt O IINI N G BY _. PATRICK H. CAHNE'S'. U3" Oftieo over HAWLLV'S Dry Good Storb, Gulo'a Stone Block. Office nntl Mails ubacriberx pfir year ix ADVANCE. Where the paper is left by the Carrier, 1.75 O" If payment is notinmle within three months, 25 cJs. additional'will bo charged, if not with- in six months eta. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One column per year Half 25.00 Quarter 15.00 One square 11 linos or loss. 8.00 Any of the above amounts 3 months, two-fifths the above rates. of tin above three-filths of the nliove RUSISKSS CAHUS psr year, not ('seceding four lines, I 00 per line, fur every lino nftcr tlio fourth, fifty But. OSK SqUAKK ono insertion. JI 00, each subse- quent abortion, twenty-five cents. WATJKESHA. E. ST. JULIEN COX. Attorney and Counsellor nt Law, Solicitor in Clinncery. and for the St.ite of ovor liircliard Now- ton'ri Store, Alain street. Waukcsbn, Wisi I OWEN iMcMAHO.V. Notary Public, and will nttonil to the .drawing nritl 'acKiiimlcilpRicnt of llcods.. Mnrtunges nt n considerable reduction former To be found nt tlio Court House during hours. _ 1 WILLIAM SOPER. Attor'nry .arid CouiiKtllor nt. l.nw, OlVic.-- in Clark i Huildir.g, nppiuite Onip-M Ciihmct Simp. A. 'COOK. AtUrncyand Counsollornt .Votnry I'uh lie. (jllicc over Guxper's Cabinet Sliop, .Main street. Waiikoshii, Wis. _ t Attorney and Coiinacllornt I.iivv and Notnry Pnb- lic. _ _ _ I_ K. M. RANDALL. Attorney nnd Counsellor nt l.ww nnd Notary Pub- lic (JfTico in Aitkcn'sStuue lilock, Wisconsin. ROBERT OUNLAP, Jr. M. D. I'hy.iic'mn nnd Surgeon. Office nt his dwoUin; .luinXo corner of Main nnd Bridge3trccU, UHII- Dlt. J. M. TOUD.. Piiyi'icinn nnU Surgeon. hix resilience on tho Nortli-enst of tlio nearly opposite tlie Methodist clmrcli. 1 Dll. JOHN G. COOK. ntliis I5e.siiler.cc in }'nrington'- ry sceno of po.icdfiil strife They q'lick'y chaiijo with nvitcbUn p-j will f.nt Jjoiy. Where? femile iu.lii is unitno-.vn Inhere e'er tn her sway, A innn is in perfection shown. flic's rrver failing to display Tr'iih in its n.Uive loveliness inclined to butchery, A v.i. mm: ver did T dignity will find tho m stntc Who on worn in Uind Will mourn his folly when too late. the came from tholondci's bows. '2'iiut is bold observed iho young if spi'hking liis thoughts n'oiiil jthe iiiijuidc'iit tondur is hhnost up with fort, and dares to fil-o nt the iho very tace of the bailories.' "It's only ti> try am! do her mischief only ti> try s'lic! the iiinsiAr's matc'j 'for sho lind-i foi'O and- aftur will, uscajio her, w> shu responded has put about and stands lo watch the retiring ten- iO tin :i gnu U> cut soim 'Von :ii'C .right, my liu- man, sewar.d again Ho continuod dur for KOIIHI mommilain sih-nco. 1 I is a pity that we- hadn't HII armod cut- ter in port that would fail fasi.gr than she can, fo that we inigi.t give her cluiso s-iM a lad approaching tho. dress w-is thai oi a midshipman, nnd his 'All, Frank, are you said the lieulcn.int. did you gel back from your 'L-.st night, I. was in hopes to find the for sea, Mr. but I told, that it will bo thrui- weeks before i want to have a brush wu (vin ij'jt wilh away, OTHELLO. Otliello was a captain Though Mac'; as cO'il by natiiro To Desduinoiia ho was bound A beautiful lot iio led :i happy life, For w.is no LTnlil ono day he ch uicotl to rsc ct A vilUiifi, tiriincd Says he, 'your wife's n perjured She U a faitltlosM ln.isic, She doesn't niitrnw fur you, your fir Cnssio. With him she nhont, In nil hor IIOIIM of liiyslitire. !5iia Kttile yrmr pocket, handk' rohii..f Fur him to his razi'ir. .My my Qliioilo tiieti
i'iop if you can ok iiiid gave her an nwl'nl nt that day I've lienrd it .s..i.i ady ne'er wns sucn upon with much prido nnd such a voice. Sho observed Tennisb'n'.had been long standing at her bedside, and with that sweet courtesy which.was habii- ml to her, faltered out'her commands-thai ic would sit down, and repeated them till 16 obeyed.. After sho had received iho Eiicrimeni ihe simk rapidly, and uttered only a >rpken vyords.1 ..Twice she tried to ast.farewell of him' whom, .she had lovt-rl so trulv and she wns unabk O .spe'lk He .had succession .of fits, so ahirminc his Privy >led in a neighboring room, wc-to ftppro. lensivo'-for his v t.issii und lilv'i'he'. if Leeds, nt tha to najuma fc. hip of .which mitid'i need. A fijw miuutsj .bra ih QUOCD expired, William. WPS r-3 n 'j J.al- nost insensible, from the sick room. of 19 b'y.sjt1 .girls! ,wlio c.Minot lovo'them wilh'cheeks liko.-the rose, bright eyes and elnstic step; -liow chculfully to work. Our lepu- taiioii for it, such girls vviypB. Blessed- indeed'will those men le who secure such ..prizes. Contrast who do nothingibut sigh all .live o follow the fashions, who revvr earn tht >read: that ihe'y wit, or the. shoes they ,wc-ai-: wlo aro languid and lazy from ono week'" end.to..iho other.' Who. but a ind'a popinjswwould prefer one of'tne lat- lor, if lie ,woro lookinor for 'a ''comp.Vnibri? 3ivo us the working giiIsl' worth their weight in -gold. .You never see' tlini iiincing along.or.-jump a .'clear of a spider or a lly-.thsy 10 afrectation, or- siliy sirs -nSxiut tli'-y meet joy to show. off.: calo o a tne. situation of.lho 'vvoiltirigUatlies honor tho heavens n plight fDoai: i'mothvr, I nm. injnil.'- Sho- wroto, back, -''Dour Sam, 'A Callfornln jury in n auloide.ctsd ron. act" as-liuniau; beings inorlal CKIXOI.IAWA IN UHY.UE. or TUK OLD MAS. A lady-with n-criholine vvas walking ho- (outliers in iha sir dor hoops..Mtick., out- n, feet. Shu-.-wslked iho earih ns il' foltof it sho .iini j'ir'ITlly .--ho Mcpnlung-. -for -MIS in .lier l.onri. Sho buxhy tuil of which her crinoline did i.irle. >Hia toil wish pleasure hhook it (Inttpreil in ihc. wind, hurt from c-i-.iolino snick oin behind. A tho tuil tiid cspv, a.t il waved to nnd liko a rudder ccemud to'point wny.tho mnid should The curly right'plcasci1. fiich qu'iricrs narf nnd walked lliw Indy in kind of doggish irol. Each Hep thelhdy now did lake, served tq increase her (rain, whilo thoio who followed., in her wake wilh and, held tin jr.- n'dcs ihey luiighcd' so hard, and inuny fairly cried, nnd ninny even Mill coii- that to d'ioil.' But 'ho liidy in crinoline and pride, unmindful of-llie ctowd behind, or dog liy her sido. Bill soon another dug espied the In il tlmt fluttered fO pro- ire he couhl not t'ro, liia >nt with a dvpp ferocious prowl, fur ball .Iio wt-ni, beii'eblli the rinolino. iiolh dopa wore quickly pent, 'hoy fought'lis.fnid one 'hour or Iio lu'dy nothing know but hnr "cct tailed on.nnd'did her wny nine tny she novrr would, hare know'frtt ab( ut the fisht. hind not -----How do vvo know that there oilronda in tho is Btni.ed thnl.wlion tho Queen of isilcd him she camo with a, great TRAIS. ttj" If yO" wnut to girl hy Utes you can. If irl wants to kiss you, whv'lot' M.II- Ot course WK will. ft. Lady in applied r p divorce on tho ilim ind will persist in wiaain> his fast in yiiig-pnn. fl5'f5' It is, aniti tlmt iho first ho woro was of 10 Indies in wailing on Ihu Sim. lore; that wie-lies for higher authority fur ihan that? C.7" Tho Kcwepaper a poor, leasing- to all who road and -PAT Ilia or. Thoy .who are honest only- onesty 'id the best'policy, iulf-wky ------'Basineta beforo mil 66id who wag compelled lo kin other half." IJptel-. koepery in: Booion. for two Jollurs a week olhr r fulkri. Thvro iove is in'its vo on moonbeams. >Vo know young lan who took, the dlsWiu in Vlie ay, whb'le errJiairtlute'aVid'ii; llifaivrr.NATUBK.t-vii jfona of' o we will know; go ubout: W tnTn A fir-fit tr courV'o'.'toTabotit-' IM i M i '''fir rrm rr n i Imr 'tifciiiaibii' ti'mtt' -iH 'MMMd Ih can. 'be happy-.tan V .1' ..i-' ''i..-1-r-''- uerod latoly tlie 'Wo'Srta'th'irnia'ot -JtVi
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