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   Waukesha Democrat (Newspaper) - May 7, 1850, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               VOL. 9 TliK DKMOCHAT KVKKY Tl CSn.VY MOKN1NG, BY UK HYER. WAUKESHA, WI3., MAY 7, 1850. NO. 43. "subscription, ii. advance, 61 00; if three months, 00, will be ir' at the usual rates. jJvintcr. rl" sincid th' re1 ulono ut tlnit .ih.idou liour. ijy slit; .-tt'ii'giiiL: I'lMin .linih All w.tboiit, siiv.j ibi! niiflu u'uic'i j A.Ill IlL'UAliy I'clllR'.l ihc -111. mil MJMIIil, -A-, blowly lii'picol uvi'i- ilu: IV, zi-ti grinind l.uh u-riv tin- in ii.si.ins l.Hi-ly tbat .-howpi rttl DM i ui-sd.'iy i Wnli ibu j.ij i.ffi-liiuv .'l.-iiiiui'-' i u thru, I, O- O. 1'. i WM-cii.iw lui'iS it i.Yr iii -3- nieob. Tuesday YlJt -till wmki J at hi Immty siViiiL'ci1-; members of the order A' slo.vly h.- his rnigliiy KW in.'-1 No. mect- Monday   i-u A I.1 rli HIM n Liiw, W iior.i'.ICl KKNXIK, j U All win !i 1 w in .mti'il tit. A .1! -h.-iiii nfl'.io .1 ii, i-. ('.ii'1 "I1'1 '-i1'1 i he Diliiti'. I iV- Kl'.l.Si V, v. iUh brow I'M uavv. A'id All tin- win I'm- he iVIt iniit ut'ln's 111-' Iniliist hnjM'-. jm-si'ssiri" "Vi-'tifn- Pnnii r "Oi-Ufd mi mill -.iK-iico lonni And duj for its lowliest .uinb. And slow'y th'it wont guthc'ring up lll-> tniii'.'i't of ,11 (I iilud'in'.s-; A ah liir tin- in, ;i r rave lor the low, For tin- a Sliiiiu'e -uirii s of' uonrler to piirh ml thj ear, An.l ii.uk OIILM o1' terror Ui curdlo feur. I'uil ftrnnsre thu t.ilos tlmi ihc clai! shall There was a baby born to be a brother to the while he was so hltle that he never hud spoken a word, he strcatched bis tiny form out on his bed, and died. Aiiaiii the child dreamed of the opened stiir and of the company angels, and the train of people, nnd the" rows of angels with theji- eyes turned upon those peo- Siiid his angel to the leader 'Is my broilic-r come 1' he 'Not that one. but another.' As child beheld his brollier'.s inniel in his arm-, he cried, 'O, sifter I am here take me And he tnrriod and smiled upon him, and the star was shininjr. liu grew to be a young mini, and w.is busy at his books, when an old servant cainy to him and said: mother is no more. I bring her ing on I er darling foil Agiun at night he saw the strr, and nil that fnnner compr.ny. Said his sisters an- gel to thu leader: Ts my hi other come P And he said: 'Thv A mighty cry went forth through all tho star, because mother was re-miitrd to her two children. And he stretched out '0, mother, sister, and LAI? OR. ey -one; iho jjn.nt Henri d tho II ii-t'.- .Sin-, rum i Ui it Llhni i-i llio cni-u of nld.1' No sjr( ater outrage has the. spirit of oppres- sion dotH on man and llu: world, than by the dfiirndat; >u yf I, ibor, whereliy it has changecl thirf nutiv j joy of the soul into an ii-lssomeue.ss and a eune. wronss, the iinl task i 1 handiwork is made to crush the la- borer till hi-3 whole hl'u is hut u ceaseless bat, lie whosi only victory is to live to battle on for iif.1. Ye of itself toil is honesty of will; is Only its trrriblu excess is A UACHEl.OJl'K KIDVKRIH AG1COF J-IVTY. AT TtJ E I Lust hours I falter c.itlio to Lonilnu, that i dreadful uttnck of paralysis bad ni-ar'y him of life, nnd that but FII.-IY to-day! Fifty; little chanoo now j ,f nuiul ofa faithful servant my having a and a house fall ot 'lit- [1B nil.sl al.irnnnir in- as Fanny right culls j teilipence was fi llnwoil bv his arrival in Lou of tie them." Ileigho! I'm jff-tting to bo no, not a middle nireii gentle I have been that any time the fast ten yosvs no, I'm a gciitle- Diiin dcclininjr in may adveriise for a housekeeper wii'iout yiviny; a h.indlo to scandal to make tree wi'h my clinr.iclur Twenty five years ajfo, arid I slioti'd have af- fronted tho man who foretolrJ this; that I should be sitting this day in nn armchair, b-ar K. llltil 1', iry IV iiisi'llcr tit L'nv, NVi'ijIvPshn, HI (i.il''s Stoiio l 11, M. I'i1'-.ii i.i-i >'H mi U.Tioi1 at Ilia ti's- .11 Ki-liJi I'd am! rut on tho riorrow, C'ri wclcumi', thr'Ce w.-lcuine, to a. To miinv a bunn r of sonou; II shall i-n lilic tin- an.l uir, I For litr and in cli.mni'a arc imjirr tbi'ro. lusiraiiro Agnit. 'U aukeslia Wis It. T 91 Dream of a Star. From Uichcns'1 A'ew Paper, Worth, ilMKwr.i.iiic Phy-kin-i uulSmgcon. OtKce j These was once n child, and lie strolled ,'U s uke-'r "''out !i deal, nnd .thought of a number j of thinus. Id; had ;i sister svho w is a chil .11.1.1. M. .1 j unj cotiipanion. These tw I-v an I ,1! 1, L'.v, I l rrn i t t i, knou and WOlll LTC i il inr tor tin.1 Sluto of thinus. Id; had ;i sister svho w is a child two ercd at the beauty ot the they wondered at UK: height and blneriess of the sky; they wondered at the and the of (x >d U ho nui'lu tho Imely world; They tis'.'d to say to one anoth1 r, soino- ti'iii'. Supposing all the children upon tin; ei'.ith were tr) die, the and thr> Her, and the sky, bc> sorry t Thi y bi'iicvt-d they wojltj bo sorry. For, snid thiy, the budd an: children of the (Unvei s and tho little pl.iyftd streams that 'lown the I hill sides are tlie children of tho v, ater; ana the smallc-t 'jriulit speck, pl.iyini; ut and seek in the sky all tinj'-t sun ly be the children of the stars; and thf-y would all be lievedtosec their the children i.. V.: IUK: ('uli'iM'ISiM iu ah.l HIT iv, V, .M. luiil ('nnii-.i! M -mil (.'irn-L CJoin- 'ilvr-li.i. L. I'll Ifi'tuil I) nli i- in Dry fn-ucc- 11 MO, X-c. CII R. DAKI.V. licful.l.-.ili i i i Diy (i ,o.U, Oi'o-i'- Uiml Uoou -fc yimi1-, M.it- ,V i'amts uinl j (ii'i. Nin's nml r. of men, uo more, X i. 1 -J, C'orvv j Then: was one clear shining '.far (hut user] It i to come out in the sky before the fesf, near the church spire above the graves. It was larger and more beautiful, they thought-, than ul! tho othcis, mil every they watched lor it, s-tandirii; hand in hand at a it first, ciied out, 'I see the and often they cried out both together., knowing so well when it would rise, and U. S. where. So they were to be such friends M.ivw it, that, before lying down in their beds, r] 1! FST thry looked out once again to bid it niijht: and when they were turning round to sliop, they usrd to bless the star.' liut while she was'still very joung, oh, very, very voiinjr, tho sister d.ooped, arid to be so weak that she could no longer then the when saw the star, turned round and s.iid to the patient pale face on tho bed, 'I sue t'le and then a smile would come upon the face, W.K; ja-jy ami a little weak voice used to sny, bless 4YY, "11'lTS pi'ofi s-ional services to my brother and the star i" of Wa-ikt-ha, ard hopes And so Uir time came, nil to soon! when alttntmn to the business of his the child looked out alone, and when there was no face on the bed; nnd when there was his arms and cried, brother. I am here Take And they unswned him -Not nnd the .star shining. lie grew to bo a man, whose hair was turning crpy, and hu was sittuu; in his chair by the fire-side, heavy with and with his I.ice bedewed with tears, when the star opc-ned again. Said his sister's angel to the leader, 'Is my brother come And he sVid, 'Nay, his maiden daughter.' And the man who had boi n thu child saw, his daughter, newly lost to him, a celestial creature among those three, nnd he said, 'My daughter's head is oti my sister's bosom, and her arm is round my mother's neck, and at her feet there is tho baby of old time, and I can bear the parting from her, God be praised A'id the star was shining. Thus the child became, an old man, ami his once smooth face became wrinkled, and his steps were slow and feeble, and his luck was bent. And one night as he lay upon his bud. his children standing round, he cried, as he cried long ago: 'I the star noble; ay divine. evil or de trading. Pausing from my toil one newspaper in hand, breakfast before mo, foot mo'iirnt 1 will assert i.s dignity if possible, on a cushion ami only one nip and two eggs as strong y as Hunger iiud Cold have asserted on tho table. Newspapers are stupid its nccesuty. wl.ite handed theorists I I'd much rather chat over '.ny mo tiintr tneul. who never bud thi-ir palm to llie (ilouuh-tail Why the tioi'ce am 1 not married Nobody or the ho _ talk of trie dignity of Labor, to] makes ten fit to drink now, and tlia tea never What capi'al tea Lucy make har l-fi'-ted toilers hit them into honor i come? tip to me hot win tiuijt work because our natures.ask Smith used to -.iiother mode to teach that lesson. and for q lite anollli r end. Let tin: diMicnte pr'tist wit i all the hcr.3 of do-noughts ho may represent that manly he, dear soul, is sent to preach the Bur lijt him know there is a gospel to bo taught, beside th; t cased in rusly to be writ en out in brave strokes on the soil, the mouii ain and tho v.illev, and to be jotted i down in (-ecl-marl-s on the deip. Holy and great is tl c Kvangel of Labor. Not in wrath. I but in me -cy hath the Lord fiod sent it. O, Vulcan, ith thy right hand to the hummer and thy strong arm wii-lding ir, if with brave heart and thou hoiulest thpre, thine shall be to fora; s the thunderbolts, which shall shiv- er all sjrej despotisms to atoms Brown del- vcr of th e -thon who at times hasl touch- ed the L_' IT, -and anon grasped the plotmh- thou called for thou digscbt th 3 qruve of tyranny. Diir with hero Poor Lucy; I wonder don; a strong of home had come upon him; lie tr.ivHlco lapiiiity, thrv, nnd was all but wnrn out, when c irricil into t-t JanifS 1'otel. .Icnnyn st.. by his scrviint-i. As soon .is ho cri-d a little, ho resum- ed liis journey to Abbotsford anil d rn-ivei1. smiled when ho was borne into his lib -aiy, and rnjnyt'.l the society of his children. V> boil !u> leaving1 Lon- don, the people, v.'heri'ver bo rt cognized, took oirthcir h.it-. saYing'. bless you Sir Ilii-; in Scoll.niil was bailed with much w.is ho revived that hope anil sy uipuvliy; and s ere enttir- t.nned of his rcct very, lint he gradually listeniiig v to from the Bible, and fimn (he poems ot'Crabho and what makss me thii.k of her People said Wordsworth he tried to write, hut fail Lucy and 1 would make a match. I Pt] jn [he attempt 1 Io never spoke ot his lit- and so we should I suspect, if it had n't been for that curbed cousin of hers. I'm suro she would have married nie if I had asked her; crary labors or Occasionally hia mind w.tndered and then he 'vas pri'parinyf for the reception tho Dnkoaf the fvinotions of a go, as if prrsidinir .it tho trial of his own Ii ui'iy regarded as a singular fac', s dcliriiMi his mind never wandered those works which liad filled tho Congress, and she has grown fat and rides world v. ith his farm; But the ll.unp of lift; about in her carri ige; with Uvo or three ,lc.vV dickered fc( bly in its socket, and travc autfhler-s, pretty girls, too, as I'm i unerring indicatic ns of its spi-edy e-ctinction. but I kept putting it oil d.iy after day, mid be I W( cut o.it and IK hanged to him. L was I pido-c, as i a young1 gentleman '.hen, and thought I could family. 1 mat ry whenever 1 liked, ''hoy went away j in his to the west and gotiich; he a a member of i toward grown up (.1 told, hut they'll neve.r he li! n their a ribbon that she used to wear round her slender waist, and I bribed her little brother to steiil it for me, with tbo loan of my fowling1 piece and when it rains, and I feel sentimental J take it out of my writing desk, and look at it awhile, 1 think I'll throw it in the I Jon t though, and there it 1C goot! spi-edy half pa.n >no. P. .M." says .Mr. Lock ban, his son-in-law and biographer, "on th i 'Jlst of Scptomber, 18J5-J, SiTWalter breathed his last, in the presence of all his children It was a beautiful window was open that the >-oiind of others most delicious his ear, the 'ioplo of the Tweed over warm that every -and so perfectly still that .1 w and thy stout he.nt sh'all sane- i is yet in the sccrot drawer of rny mother's its pebbles was distinctly audible, as wo kntlt 1 picture, and tho last lock ot my own around his bed, and his eldest son kissed and They make capital now, by the way, no j closed his ryes, body seems to suspect that curls arc not ti'in thy r ,attnck and thy lice. That spade of thine s liill be an emblem of royalty, if thon wilt have- t so. Hear thyself kingly, and with majestic b >u! carve out of the unwilling ele- ments tbi greatness nnd tiiy very life. Let clod I oots tramp firmly on Tree soil, so shall they not bear the in shame to painted crime and gilded luxury. Thine is the Gar- den of Go 1, arid in it thou rnay'sf. ever find tli3-self ne ir to H's pleasant bowers. Man- fully thy iaii'1, toil browned and swart, shail the naturaUrop. Luuy say_ my hair, js {fic (lj fact that r" r earth or soils brought up from different deptjia of the earth, have, when exposed to the sun was beautiful, and I rn almost certain she cut off a lock once, when I was asleep on the so f.i. I wonder whether she's lost any of her splendid teeth; mine have stood it pretty well; but they are going. PARMI.V [the Dentist! said hers would last a long time, and he ought to Know. I tnvist go to him and get him to strike the universal Harp whoso steel strings make 'Pe a couple of new ones. _ What shall r i run too stiff for lily fingers to vibrate and con- flu-y whi.pered one another, 'He is dy- Lul or thee, but thy 'H.D. U i, ut K, I' I! 1 ly Ir r.HOt- I'.Ui.-'s." 11. I'.'T i-i u'l.i M .In- 'MI-, and Si.i- u1' ilu- C, liliMi -.1101 I If. 'I'ZCOti, nuartlie Court perlainim; Io Di'iiti.stry, done in tin- nin-t approved manni-r, and ,____. <.qual point workmanship and CHIIU; to be so weak tln.t she couKI n "'inihlnyt-Muiy in the Ui itcd Stan s. stand in the window at and t 7W rca.lv pav, and diargrs reasonable. clulJ looked sadly out by hmi.eH, an at nMileiire Nov. oo'' nvors, to nii-i'ii a eontinutUicc of ibrnier iV gtorc. Resilience .ui torc. esle "'Dunkirk's, near Methodist Clnrch. r H i, u n-imui-.H.i.sliDii to tin: miilili c and Let Live" -Sism and carrinjrc gf QT-fA lu !he lt-r tho liberal nlu' the privilege ol IS now Bettor oropared t'.um ever ecuto any erdcr in his line oi busi- in iin foam ii- tail 10  for the. vacant appointment of Queen Dowager, which is valued at a year and perquisites. The ground of the ap- plication, as we understand, is, that the ap- pointment in question is always filled by an old woma'i. The personal courage of his Excellency the Governor General, has never been doubt- ed. During his first visit to Toronto, Mr, Mayor Oumrtte, of all proprie- ty, rushed into his chamber nnd exclaim- ed 'My Lord, my Lord, all Toronto is about to rise 'What o'clock is says the Earl. 'Ten, my answered the Mayor. 'Then 1 will rise said his lordship, very calmly, -for I think one ought to rise at ten o'tlock.' More Candor than formal, fnshiomtbla visitor thus addressed a little girl; 'TIinv arc you, my -Very wel', I thank she replied.- The visitor then added, 'Now, my dear, you should ask me how T urn.' The child simply and honestly 'J don't want to know.' As bees can breed no poison, though they suck the deadliest the noble mind though foiced to drain the cup of misery, can yield1 but cenerous thoughts and noble deeds. nn opportunity of seeing any- thing beautiful. in God's harit'-wri- tinc, is o-Tvay-sidc sacrament. nor look a lashed when pale Idleness turns disgusted {-cm your plow, your t.nr and your jack-plane1. Let hint blush who shakes no saw, nor or sires no great Thought for the bluosin of his kind. He is your pauper brother, an 1 while ye feed him, as in clurity ye must, t-ach him by noble can Sags and plain truth ulness that ye feel not his inso- lence. Cnn yy not nto his liroa.lulnth priji1, Wlio-e wortn inn] pirh by one line rule nra tr.cJ; in blun life llio minc.iii" puppot leH The great jls cnro not fir their bust nnd sheli! process of Lithograph- ing is baser upon the fact that Printing Ink, being; target tj composed of oil, will not adhere to which is wcl with water. Every one knows -low utterly impossible it is to mix men co.ne to the door, and- Hul what the douce i i it to me whether she is or not 1 I am an old bachelor, nnd must go down to the grave without leaving1 anybody to crj forme. I should like though to sco the girl nearer, its easy enough to get intro- duced into the house, and though I'm too old to marry, there's no reason that 1 know of why muscles or tendon and 100 nerves, besides blood arteries, veins, Potatoes planted an old feller like mo sliould'nt do the polite j below 3 feet do no1, vpgetatc; at one foot they thing to a new comer into the neighborhood, grow thickest and at two feet they are retard- I've a new coat coming home, that my artist says will make me lo >tt fifteen years younger innperlinant by the way. And I'm not so iim.izingly old, after When I sat down to breakfast, I felt rather bluish and thought myself quite a Mcthusa- Poll, no siuth I cnn walk as y as can ride, siii2, oil and wat 3r. To Lithograph then, all that is necessary is to draw on the surface of a dry slfd) of stone, with a greasy crayon, what- ever isdcsiied to be A. weak solu- tion of nitri :acid is then rubbed over the stone, which Caste is the drawing so that it cannot be rubbed off After this a solution of gum ara- bic is passe 1 ovjr the surface, and then tho stone is rea ly for printing. By means of a snonce, -.va'er is now rubbed on the stone, -v... -.1 i t' .1 what ofthall I'm a cood-looking-middte-asred- man, tired of living alono, and hang me but I'll make one more tiy for the ring, if I die for ir. There's a preily girl over the way, I'll send over a basket of grapes with iny com- pliments. ___ A VI onr> ADOUT one can be truly said to live uho has net a grmlen None but those who have enjoyed it can ap and while j et wet the inking roller is applied. the sit- Thc ink of 'ourse adheres to the lines of the tn a s will) frilits of ed two or three- months. There are no solid rocks in the arctic regions, owing the severe ho surface of ihc sea is estimated atl-JO square miles taKing the wholo surface of the glebe at square miles. Its depth io supposed to bo equal to tho of the h'igfhfst mountain, or four Wis because they are oil, but to the wet stone it doe not slick. The paper is now one's own planting and culture. A bunch of fow heads of from for a Coil exchange says "To one pound of brown su ;ar, add as mucli water ns will dissolve ir, put it in a f-auce pan to boil, and after if. boils, ndd hull a pound of fresh butter. it boil till it becomes of such-, consilience that en dropped, irito appears solid. POMI-it out on a plate and, lert it cool; il then brco nns .'it for use." Worlt'lngmen's Oongross of. nie- on _ _ ......___........... laid on, am with the stone passed through j tlle Ofa summer's ino'riifnjr for" break- being a beautiful and ex- fjsl; or a nirss of garden peas or sweet com, tho press; tl e result act copy ot" A'htuever is drawn. The stom employed for lithography, is 'n peculiar kin 1 of lime and clay nature, resem- bling in appsarance a yellow hone, yet posses- sing the q ir.lity nf absorbing water. It is found chieily in Bnvurin; though thero are ot it in England. The Bavarian stones, however, are those most universally employed, Mid their importation is a consid- erable objue-. in commerce. They are worth in New Yo kfrom 5 to 10 cents per pound. TO THE should bo par tic u In "M have their shoes half a size smaller thai their feet, and be also vrry care- ful, in case ny questions are raised as to their being too tii hi, to say, "Oil dear no they're much to for it is a remarkable fact that no lady was ever known yet to wear a tight shoe. Tho soles of their shoes should 'be made as thu us possible, for it stands to reason they last mi eh longer, from the-obvious CIIUSR that, ns n y is sure to catch cold with them, she will not be able' to wear them so Ibrigi as she is cortfii ed to her bcd'or io doors. To Remote them with H stmng soltui of ptgtvlnsh and let it dry on the warts. Iftl done two'jor three times, 'the warts will d is quite a different affair from market in a dy- ing condition, to be put away in (he cellar for use. And a plate of strawberries or rasp- berries lose none of their peculiar flavor by passing directly from '.lie border to the cream, without beingjohed about in a until1 they have lost form and comliness. Ami yet how many inthesmal er cities and villages ot our country, posses dng1 ever facility for a good garden, either through indolence or igno- rance are deprived of this source of comfort. And how many farmers, with enough land ly- ing waste to furnish them with mosl of the luxuries of life, are content to plod on in the even tenor of iheir way never raising their above the 'pork r.nd beans' of their fath- ers _ Lemmt Firs. In thn year of scarcity of fruit, it may bo desirable to know that n good pip cat; made simply out of lemons and molasses, as follows Press out the juice of n lemon into two teactipt full of molasses, grate in the dried ponl of another, cover a plate with ft, luyor of crust, sprcnrl over some of the mixture, Iny, on ti thin crust, spread another liiyer of the mixture, and over ih'nto top crust; bake noil' .you will- have tin excel- lent and wholesome 'lie. One lemon will make two pies. the ICili, and devise menus for ihfi. advancement and mutual benefit of the toiling many. Compound following simple rule will show (he -lumber of years in which a single sum will b; corrro double in amount, by I lie accumulation of compound interest, for all rates of mteics't not exceeding 10 per cent: Divid-.t 70 by the rate of interest per cent, nnd (he quotient is the number of yean. Thus 70 divided by ten, will give seven years; by five 14 years; by four, nearly 18 by three, nearly 23 years, and by two, 35 years. says ofthe.fair- est and most glorious gifts of God, to which Satan is a bitter enemy; for it removes from the heart the weight of sorrows and the fu- cination of evi! thoughts. Music ira kind ami gentle sort of disciplinr; it refines the passions nnd improves the understanding. Even tho dissonance of unskillful fiddlers senres to set off the charms of rrue as white U made more conspicuous by the opposition of black. Those who love music gentle and houe.-t in their tempers. I.always love mu- adds Luther, "and would, not, for ft great mattrr, be wit lout the skill which! sess in the art." e Errors of the past: regard them as the of life and to the future,   

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