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   Waukesha Freeman, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1874, Waukesha, Wisconsin                                every Thursday Morning HL. M. PiOPSIITOX. TERMS AKKUitt IN ADVANCE OFFICE Iff SITNA BLOCK WAUKESEA, WISCONSIN. ADVERTISING BATES. iiv SO 00-3 00 2 00 3 60 Qr. Iblri Column. SO 4 50 IlilX Colomu.. 0 6 SO 8 jd OU 60J6 00 o is ODP CoJuicn...iSliJ J520 30 0 i frortPciutui un a cttxak, 97 i. f{ ysar, for first mud 40 for notice; four f3. for aniiuKl, and flJty adriUJomt tnlraal. Notion at rktw> praocrlbvd by law, local wants ptr lavforfiret ludortloit mad Urn etuin for latertioo, A'JTertMtmtnts not acoosipaaiwd with dlrtiw. iioriJ, ''ill be iaiirtcd till forbli, fty allowed BUSsNESS.DS-RECTQSV. A O UMTS. S J. Aguat jur rtoicliwtstorB y'iT9 aaU Oov- f Ol 1 jrtU 1'i A for the Million Mu- turl Infrurancft Compmny, Wkakesba. Win. iu. Alfu JUail AirOTIOSTEERS. T PAJHOLT, to to consult 010 at I lit euutlou, do Ootmtir, UTIUK VomsiE 16. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WAUKESHA, WIS. THURSDAY.NOVEMBER 26 1874. NUMBER 38. T one lilocir, Main Street. prrnnce Wnukeslim, Proprietor :.f Blok Office at Cbms. Hr.Mtnce Weft I.m- nVTrlS ORE8T OiTY: FLOUR X. Proprietor. andans- tsui to JT> notice. S. 0. ClothMClein'er and Djtr. All   SJTOES. HKOT11KK. ?aihio Mftkvr'. tiiioj: iu Ali wort dbnc promptly Boot r bleek, in tha Diolll. cppoKltfi i Boot furalturx t COUXTY OFFICERS. N- STRVi'ARi' County tu ht 3d Saturday of tu bll tllo ERftnAM UKAUMONT. Triasurer of iu Couniy BuildlnR, OfflB HunT' iiwia a Jt.-tn., to IS, atid from 1 to 4 p. in., ttr.eept cii Xaaiirfjft, will open at 1 o'ctucS, itaj 01LN G- of ee-di anU Putillc, wiil be At oo .v Ot OTarj anu will At his offlce n; in At- i to UonTeysHclng upon reazr.nahte tprmB. ATTORNEYS .COOS, P. II. CARNXT. C'J iViH do a La- Iiuxlnen'S- Offlct? in Atk.Ia'.i Block. Kntrsii3eon cim door no Weet OiTiMon 8 tree t one of iNatloual IJfiaK, Waufcccha, AKUA.VJ VARK3. Atrorney Law. in Mann's Hlock, tt'Ucnmn SAMUSL A. HA-SDLEd. Attorney xt taw. Of- fict- iu Heiso'n Wocl, Mill at. coniin, SJoaer promptly nefotistcU. Attorney ana Oo-Jinivi or at law, and Notary ?nVno- OScv in "fj dba. Attorney Law public. OiHow OTCC Vott E and Oonnselor i bil United ytattti Gonrta. .Z. AEtoraey untl -Oonnsftor a' Court Cooiiuifiouer. in Ast'ncy Aiirtc's WS. Court and l Coauty aoa Ot County -UOTELS. ArjsiaUAtxciuiirtJB. IluTiu j i.rumeil tbri Wim- my F K.tNliL.IN HO.JS3S Dcur A Wait, ITeprietor. i wilt find a luout dttUcbt near trom of Asarch ol lni resort, Sp __ MARTIN Ifto- prietor. street (i lar will and It a piquant aad water and od ?yler co AMD KSAL AOSNTS. DKAr.KRa IN DOMBHT10 AND KOKK1ON HXUHASQJ! U. 8. BONDS AND 8PMC111. i. Rujulur BanklTii: U- on Onponita. Loiuii on Benl uoxotiatud and HortKam hougli an-1 FartHf wUhlnj; to mil or purokami Xitati rqquvetttd call NATIO.XAI BAHI, Chicago. flMT NiriOMAI.BA'TKj Torfc Nearly all disenee originate from Indigciticn; and Torpidity of the Hrer, and relief fs always i.nilou3ly toujht after. If the is reguUtei In Ita health ii almost inrariably secured. Want of action In the causes UnUache, Con- stipation, Jaundice, in the Shouldern, Cough, GhillB, DizzineB3, Sonr Stomach, bad tsacu in mouth, bilious attack j, palpitation of ths heart, of or the bluss, and a hundred other for SIMMON'S LITBR REOTILATOR ie the best remedy that crer b.en H acts mildij, tffectuallyj nBa Ijoinif a Togctablo compound, can do no injurj in any qualities that it maybe taten. harinluaj In oTtry way it Jixi bmn for 40 and of the gocd and great from all parti of the coun try will Touch for i is bein z tha pilrnt and Simmon's JLiver Kegnlator or Medlclsie, no drsstrlc Tlnlnnt medicina. NATIONAL BANK. CAt-ITAL, S60.000. WM.Bj.Art, S. BAUIT, T. Pretldtnt, A. J. I j Dlre'rt J. rEAMB II. H. Mxciniuut, abd a.T.rni... i.ll Gold Bonds. _ direct on ill prinoipil most delicate infant, to lh DOO.I not interfere with business, Does not the Bystfni, Tunesi the plieo of Quinine isitlsr. of KjnU, Contains the ilmplmrt but TOR SALS ALt DKUOQiaiS. A Representative and Champion of imeri ess Art Tastt! PROSPECTUS for ART of AMERICA HE UNDKKSIQNEiD Would to old :n.-. public tfcat he baa PJKMCB'H BLOCK, o. M. for Ihu (ui- P03K nt CLEASttTG and BBPArRDTQ ALL KINDS 0" Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ny wort >ntrnitid to. faithfully mr hn.d ftt ofwffT.T ma SN0E.AVIHG, Oa vl.ont.d J-inu 1, IS 0. A. K8TBJ5KG 7 S. KOWS CARRI1SKAND Wftiron Mr. ti a wortntau in PAINTEH nop. Main Street f Job BETHKSDA LIVERY- Sxle and Feed Stables Corner of JJroafluray and GO'.ir. Iir.KSES and to be had Vy tmi Rt U] C. SEHEPIT, BOOT SIIU E' M A K E U, respectfully announce to the people of Waukesha, that he h prepared to do all of CUSTOM WORK 3d RKPAIRlNOr on sSori notice and in the best manner. Give Him a Call s Block, Urlent SiloftQ. "A Migcifioent Conoeption Wonderfully Carried out." Tbt of popul.r ueilinm for the of the producttom of our great bu ncd many tumpta hare been. made to me.t the want The ucoeMlTu fullures irhisli invurUblr followed kttomptu In this coustry to tntabli.ia sn art not prove of tho peo- ple of Amerioa to the olaimi of bUh Ha >oon ki a proper of the want and an abil- ty to njeet It were !ho public at with enthusiasm to iks eupport, suit ira.i a great artlBllo and couimnroial triumph THE 'ALDINK. national fuature of Tf.lK ALDINK taken Jn no narrow Rente.- True art U cosmopoli- tan. THK ALDItfEtB H atilctly iu.-titution, it not ctmflne It-ulf entirely to the reproduction of natiTH art. lie mission to cul'irau a broad appreciative art oon vrill discriminate ouiy on groundu ol intrintic merit. Thus, wlillo placing the of THE ALDlNJfl, .a oharactenstic, productions of the inoat noted American urtisti attention will alwuys be given to from foivfgn all tfeB ure and instruction obtainable from home e-r for- eign source.. Tue ad-Utic of American sctniry orislnal HLB is an important turo and UH raagnifloont plates tire of a fiia more to tbu treatment of de- tails tr.Vn can be by any icf-rior judlciou? inte'-sprTsion of figure, Hod ttniiiiftl HI interest, itnf.oasiblo nheru tUo scope of irork contincs theartift too closely to a single of subject. literature of TBfiALDIis'JB 11 a light and graceful nccompaniment, fortby of arLJptio fonturpSj >-ith oulr technical dinqul- as do not interfere with tho bopular intir- est ol the irork. FOR 1S78. (tubacriber for ISTa.Tlll mocire a beauti. ful oil colors, of the noble ia a femur isiuc attracted so Much Attention. friend1' will be irelocm- In every home. Ererybody lores such n, dojj, ami the portrait is executed to tha life, tho veritabi- the UDimal .The RCT. T. Dm Witt that his own Newfoundland (clog tht in at it 1 Although 10 natural, -wbn this' pf-miutn will fear of bp'inf bitten. '-tiroino, erery aabacribtr to --TH-t is a bet, and entitled to alt the pririlegwa or AtCX HARD TIMES JTow it jour to fcnj- your S5. KftXDKlOG BACOJC, HOMOSOPATillC in Wls Drv fiacon a ipecU! of i of tbe eye and xnd U pron-ted wHb it and for (hat di- A and S D. ao D Wauaear.a Co., Of- SurgtfOK- corasr Alexander DENTISTS MISCEHLANEOUS. Sugar Cam. Vou will flnd old stand Olf KADISOHr-SWaEET. Where you Qnvl Miyrniaff, to ,ba in flrct class Grocery. H'e i.o propijje cut our joods gir. eur eus- tbe-benefit of it. Uivo aaa Convince Your- geii taat BEST GOODS and tell at THE LOWEST PR2C8S. will pay tha highest price for Bauer xua Bggs, Pelts, Hides and ERBNCllis. E3.5SLII. J'wisfiiag to purchage' or Villkgo or Farm Property ishall bit rompt'.T waited bpon -by-cSlling upon WABSSB, :Real Kstatt- Agent, and Oollego Ave- CU9, (kip'osito 'Fonntain LTonso groandi, TTLSR, to A. C. --------ia Grocerlts, Jf O s lock, Cllnwn rl So3 Wit Scpl. SO, 1374. fJAVICSI-BODP, improved iMchliielfOTT The eiistlijr bsiwecn ic., U ebls to do-th. of Gto Coller umUortiio firm name. ,t. 10 tliii bjmu- KOd ttfid 'ta or by th  next issua of TUB ALUINJ2. Tbis feature only in subscribers who pnjroR ONI TSAR IH ADTAacK. Pnll p articular is seofon application encloeiug a scamp. TERMS. Oat lubscrlpUoa, to TUt; ana 7tac, thi Oiiromo and theArtCuiou, per Annum, iu iiiivrincc. for postfl-ff-.) Copies of TJIJS 5O cts. TBE ALDISK will, hereafter, ba obtainable only by ba no reduced or club ratec; cash, for svibsirriptioua must bo smt to the publishers direct, pr to the local caa- wiTUOor RSrporf-iBiLrrr TO THI pnauansEK, eioept in wnurtj" tbc certificate is giTen. _beariug of J A M is ScTtox. WANTED. Any person triBiirnsr to act permanently ai will receive full and prompt iaforma- 'tion by ippljingr to The ALDIJSE 55 SIAlDlslT LiNE, N1W TOHK. qiALMAGE'S A THB CHRISTIAN AT WORK. "THK BEST ItEtlGIOCl A CHOICE OJ TWO BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS. ,jln TLLUWIXATID Potiroiio ao, Price-is 25, indudi of Twelre G-tm? by or tbe superb Chro- "-i'2S in., after >'o ErrK-is or AMT IUJI, ATTENTION1 AGENTS txclnsire territory Curd nt cbminlf Saaiplei HOflATIO 0. Publisher, Box 51O5, New Torlc. ESTKAY. on Sec. IT, town of Stem at an Irisii Election. BY TL, SHZLIOX MACKENZIE. Ik ii iingular that, out of the abundant in writing and in msmory, thi; exist, no one has yet a volume o Britiih Blection ana. Two or oe our to me at this moment. The first too place in Cork, as far back as the genera election, early in which fi the death of George III. At that tim there was one John Boyle, more of wit than a (though he eauh be tbe-latter, on who, by th time that he had reached middle wa very much of a Bohemian. He had nev er bean regularly connected with th yet might be designated a "guerilli for he had paper of hi own, eailed The freeholder, publishsi eemi-cocasioBally, in which, like Ifbmie! hand was against every man. Thi paper, procurable only by tayiog on gttmea per annum, inraritbly in adiano? waa published, neither daily, nor weekly nor yet monthly, but whenever he pleas- ed to iesun it. No oue knew whare il printed, and it hbd no office of publica- tion. None bat were supplr ed with it. It waa thrust under their dropped down thsk throw, over their garden or lometirnes slipped into their hands they trudged through tha afcresta, down to their of btisineas. Whenever a new number of The Freeholder was "out" it formed the leading subject of tion for days after. Would von know tbe renaon Boyle, who made a point of never writing un- kindly or any of big own subscriban, used no euch reserve nor any re.-erve whatever, toward reet mankind." Tht freeholder was printed (in type the oisflt eize of that ia which what I will be preeented. to my on a iheet of ordinary and "the tire oootecti of each number would scarcely amount to' tlirte columns in Sunday Iteming Chronicle. Its four pajr.es were double-columned. con- tents were extremely pertonal, and grossly libs.Houa. Owing to having no publication and be- ing mpplied only to subscribers, it would nave been very difficult to have brought the law of libel to bear upon it. BoyU, albeit a wit, in hie way, did not write muoh in his own publication, the prfnci- oontenta of which were volunteer coof-ribationa from clever young people, without dietinction of iex, who rnjoiced In tba opportunity of Jampooning their and Now and and .politittal tell short, a few lid-bits from mBgaeinei would fill up the eoanty and, but very rarely, some'poetical "gem ot jurest ray seren-i" would make ita ir.t appearanoe. t waa in The frsuholdtr that fa- mous convivial lyric, "Whisky, drink di- viael" its author being Joseph O'Leary, long connected with the and, for the laut twenty years of Ufa, trith tha london press. With wit tho most brilliant, fnncy the moat ei- and erratic, and a poetical ion tuch as only an improvisators can possess and exhibit, O'Leary has leftlit- le to what gonius could have lone. Ho a stcolling pioyor, at one Ime, and would sometimes alter- nate smiles and by hia narrative of adventuraa and misadventures while ng sock or buskin of comedy or trogsdv. Ie belonged to a soeial body called "The among whosa mombera wora J. J. Oallanap, a true poot, whoae admiring mob. "Then, Mr. Boyle, as you are not a freeholder, I am compelled to deelare tiat I can not have the pleat- ure of hearing you speak." Thus snubbed, virtually extinguished, an erdijsary man would havo saccaaobod, but Boylo was a man of ready Turning to the crowd he shouted, ''Boys, they won't let me speak because I am not a freeholder. Lei two of yon who are pro- pcss and second ate aa a candidate, and then Old Nick himtclf can't prevent roy making a speech, and, if I da, I'll trim the jackets of theto lordlings who get in- to the Ilouss of only because tnei'- fathers arc nobltmen, living on oar money." In to thii appeal two freeholders jumped up and, amid great cheering, duly proposed "John Boyle, as a Bt aad proper person to rcpre- >he county of Cork in Parliament." The High Sheriff, having ascertained that theto were qualified freeholders, the nomination. At thut timn, and until the recent trodcolion of Volo by Ballot, the custom waa the oaadidated should, each in tarn, make a speech to tha electors altar nomination. In this instance, whare Kingaborough and Hara, bsing poor sticks In tlie ontorial line, could only stammer out a few common-place tentencas, little Bo3rle had a grual iidvaaSsjje. He for over an hour, giving them a terrible d reining for tkair previous neglect of their public duties, and nat down amid o tu- mult of Then ths High Slur- it put il to the freeholders which two out of tho three they would elect. There waa a moderate show of ,s for Hare; a smaller show for vingaborough (who afterward publiihad a great work on Mexican and noar'y avtry held up for Boylo. Then the High Sheriff eajd: "I do declare that tho show of hands is in ivor of John Boyle, Esq., and the lion, iiehard after which tha proposer ud itoonder of Lord Kiogeburougu de- A HEW OF Tiis Sisth New 1'crk Tglnntwri Takins a Last Look it their EeloTtt! louorable Record of William Ail day yesterday the parlon of 420 West Fifty-seventh street were filled with members of the Sixth .Yew York Yolun- teen, taking a look at thsir Colonel William TViilson, who died on Priday eight. Col. Wilson's frieade, whom he made jo eecieiy, business, and politics, were alto well represented. Pretious to wur Col. Wilsoa represented the First Ward for teveral years in the boa'rd of Aldermen, and it was ai an incorrup- tible Alderman that hs first became con- spicuous. Tho-Lexington Avsnue Stage Company tought permiesion to run a lino of Btajtts through Lexington avenne against tha wishas.of the rosidonts, and tried to buy rolei'in tha Board of Aldor- men. Mr. Wilson was approached by a larxo offer was made to him. flertjcotcd their and opposed tbo orJinnnca, killing is by his energetic work. A number of tho inhabitants of Laxmgton avenve, among whom wire Jamat W. and Poter Ooop.r, wroto to the Alderman asking what they could do for him. Ho that ho wanted nothing, paying, "My oath of of- fice ray highest coneideraticm." A short time afterward an elegant pitcher sent to tho Alderman's house, and wiih it a letter of thanks, sign- ed by a nuinber of dittingaished Now Iprkers, On the pitcher was engraved, II. BEEGDER'S -fflh Plynwutli cbarih OfrfJow- The eongregation Churcfc. gathered early yeet.rday morniag Thi WM fiUtd o'clock aad by every Mat and chiS in edifice was occupied. Thi looked especially w.li. xkey nearlv aU wore new hats or bonnet., and of the toilets were of gteai ricbnew .nel Blonds with yellow. golden, wary crimp. onth.it white to.plw.-Mdi.wd'L eatoganloops oown their ihouldere and brunettes with dark, luitrout eye.' and braid, of black and brown pe.piig.ro. under their new felt hate, and inter- im dial, .tylc of beauty were in th. OOB- gregatlon that wailed and watched arrival or the great preacher. At precisely he mounted roitrum. Th. organ voluntary had just began, and th. hum and fluster of eonver.ation haj tub- sided. No trace of anriatj or nor sign of preoccupation could be de- tected on the faoe of Mr. Be.cher h. calmy arranged his notes and andseraaon, after taking hi. He went through with the opening announcements with hi. aeat. accustomed h. took hi. -Bphiiimna, chapter li., eight: 'Tor ij grace ar. jt iar.4 through faith, and. this not of your..lTe.: for it w the gift of God." THI 1IBMOX from thi. text wai a protaat thoM preached gamjt the literal oonitruotion of LOMX B. Notary PuViIc aVd to proraptly oa j' firm of ca'lect sd andpald MoltMaoxgo, oa or about tbr 'JOtb o. j, W ij iSfiir'-" yeirold. The own 1 I 'MJ t IBIVARD C B.vra" is one of the fiaest, us roll an ths briefest, of all the loaal f Ireland, and 'John Augustus Shea, vho wrote versos with, successful rapidi- y, but, mostly imitating Byron and Moore, reminds one of the mocking bird, which sings very sweetly without one ota of its own. Call a nan died in Lis- en, in September, leaving a pub- .ahsd volume of- poems, which passed hrongh several editions, in Cork, and all hat oLO'Laary a small vol- oja entitled "Tha also pub in Cork, and, never having been ii DOW.extremely scarce. In. "Tha is to ba found 'Whisky 1 drink divine tha est Irish convivial lyric written, t of half a dozen stanzag, with chorus, af the first fourliae, is ha flrit vsrse: Whisky, drink divine 1 "Why driv'lera bore as With the praise of wino, "Whilit we're that before us 1 Ware it not a sbame, While bring theo Te our lips OT flame, If ws osttld not fling thec? This episode concladed, J retsrn to Mr. of The Freeholder. little man (he much resombled Mr. Morton IcMiotiacl in appearance) was a strong and very muoh objected to the in. March, 1820, of Lord ingsborough and tho Hon. 'Richard as Purliamenl-iBtn for the ounty of Cork. To sava the expense of ooqttsted e'ection the two parties, Whig nd Tory, split tht difference, the say- ng is, by each putting a oaadidate into field. In this case i; was the cldsst ons of Earl of Kingston and tha Car! (then Tiseoant Snnis- more.) When election day came these wo candidalas .were duly'proposed and eoonded, and there was no show of op- luefcy thing for them, for a onteat would involve shorn in an exponse from to and, by adroit management, might be made to ait for fourteen during which ..the 'frcraud independent" voters would ei- be iupplied with board, bsd, and unlimited drink, beside ihs expgnss of eing conveyed, from their pla- of abode into she city of Cork, whsre inly, at thfct time, tha voting could take as the High Sheriff was about making tha legal fermal prsclamation hat the two noble candidates n.ad been uly Boyle presented him- self, iras with cheers, for he was very popular, :'and began to make a speech. The High SheriS, "with a smKe that child-like and in- terrupted him with a polite, "I beg your pardon, 'Mr. Boyle, you a frw- class enly baviog a right "I a freeholder, Mr. ;Kigb. goms say I have ona." allusion to his little pa- per wai received with by the mandod a poll tor if, thai the ihould be decided by regular vot- ng, which was appointed to take wo days later. At that tina I have heard' John Jtiylt repeatedly declare) ho 10 ard up "that entire capital, apart rom an unlimited quantity of brati, ooa- istud of iwo half and a countar- :t crooked si i penes, kept it ooke> "for luoi." Ho wai, therefors, ot very well ablo to enter iuto a contest, ie of which would tako from to or even roori-. 
                            

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