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   Waukesha Plaindealer (Newspaper) - September 17, 1872, Waukesha, Wisconsin                                When they IMsappear, we cease to Eollow.' in tin- ycak-i-.H In Dompritic .-mil ynri'lirn Exchange. 3-A Ki-pilar limiting anil mil-rent on liiiu- i ff Lmnn oil Ui-ul K.-11'tc luTJOtinlcil anil Mwrtrasm mil "okl. to fcell or jnu-clmm: ri-nl 1 upon UB. v.- aru to Milwaukee. Chlcauo. rin-1 Vatloinl Uiiii -Niiluili.il Hunk, fir, National XATIVXAL Jl.lXK. ri-i-.'i.Ii- BUSINESS CARDS jjKlilSA JI.VKXEY M.M-.TIN WM A.. I, yilAMK. SKU'AI.I. AXUIlKWa. Criturat Jtatiliin'J I'.L'VS AND SELLS COLJJ, CO U TONS, and G'ot'Crfimt'nt trvrnUL' :U Jill lin-ct M tin- of iiiivtliiii" in KKADYOIADB NOTICE SI'IJKCE'S BLOCK. Tyler Sf For '.i REPAIRING AND CLEANING Ally iMitrurti-il to my 1'iitlil'uMy tloiH-. on r 1'ii-ttmn Silverware IK! tii'tvrti'.lyon t-si-i-ititiou 0. A. KSTlil-JllG. OYSTEKS Tlicru a Kinart youn? fellow M-rioilHi canitht way, Mil for one blunder tliu day tt left r. n Monday one or twn ii! rouud umoni; the people To 11' he would do. Thr ploii'-, tiodly portion Jhu! iiol u fault la lind oitor ;iud searching preaching Tlu-y the very kind An-1 all went and Until they bv.Mf'1 tile vicw'd Of-'uniL1 rent the pew. On these liis pungent  ni tin- Linlie- uf t'.wt ptMioU ;i room .it Xt-oiii! n'csl of the Vor the niiillllfacturc mill lii-p: HAIK WOEK OF ALL DESCEIPTIOHS, I IScLUDlSO I Curls. Chains, Brcasi-Pius, N :m- j J ll-ii MaU-r. ca-l of "'ID. Snl.iOli. Wiili r.iilil-Moiiiilo1. Juwflry, ic- Hair-Ctittinjc Done in tin- Best .Manner CASH AM3RICAM HAIR. MAKYJ. JOHNSON CO. and was beginning to increase his towards homu. The General did as he was bid, and u i-L-turned with the horse. In the icantime Jnhn 1'cyton had secure 1 his own horse, and wken the General canio hack with the widow's horse she aiul John were laughing merrily over the ridiculm.-! accident, hut what further passed between them is only known to themselves. John i'eytou repaired the broken girth, fastened the 'saddle again on the horse, placed the lady in her scat, bade her gooJ evening, mounted his taking another "road down the Elkhoru, rode rapidly home, leaving the General 10 escort the widow. It is unnecessary to relate how he en- tertained his fair companion with pon- derous anecdotes of Mr. Clay aud other famous public men, but when he'reached tho Fauntleroy place, he accepted the lady's invitation to dismount and take tea with her. After having changed her wet cloth- the pretty widdow entertained her with her bright smiles, aud some The General was contents do not "What have you to remark, niadamc, about my singing V" "Nothing, sir, it is not remarkable.'' To milliners What is most likely to become a fair-haired woman'; Why, a fair-haired little girl, to be sure. The editress of a Western journal re- cently announced thaf the arrival of an "extra male" prevented the prompt issue of her paper. heartily tired I am said a fashionable lady to her maid. "Jane, who is it 1 am in mourning fur A man that marries a widow is bound to give up smoking and chewing. If she give's up her weed's lor him, ho should give up the weed for her. A in what he knows about farm- ing.gives a plan to remove widow's weeds. He'says a go 3d looking man has only to say, "Wilt and they wilt. Bi-o.iut oS'n. Newly Ulari-ied ffiatlvoader. "Ed." is a brakdman employed" on the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis railroad. He was married only a few weeks ago. His wifo has been wearing a piece of red fiaunel vouud her neck for tho past tea days, and complaining of a wry neck. This is how it came to pass had just been doing extra duty, taking a sick friend's train in addition to his own. and so had not boon in bed for forty-eight hours. A.s a matter of course he was nearly worn as soon as big supper had been eaten he went lo bed to sleep, perchance to dream. He was soon locked in the arms of Morpheus and Mary, Again his loot was on hi? native plat form, and he heard the warning toot of the whistle for brakes. The shadowy train bore him swiftly on the telegraph post.-- fleeted past quicker .1 nui'i-kcr; the whole country fled by ountcdonshect-lightu- :ard far olf another roar, and swinging out by the railing? he' saw another train coming at lightning speed around the curve. Both trains were crowded with passengers, in another moment they would rush to- "ether, and from the piles of ruin a cry of would shiver to the tingling stars from the lips of the maimed and T'lie engineer had seen their for at that moment, in his dream, like a panorama mo in" rollers. In his dream he uca arc intelligent yes intelligent.! How ill j the name "of Almighty G-od can they say that'; Look at the Dutchman smoking his pipe, and if you sec one ray of intelli- gence1 in that dirty, idiot looking face of his, show it to me. "WE MUST CHANGE THE LAWS OF THE LAND and prevent tJicsc igno- rant, degraded paiyers here from hold- iiuj office. Villains asd ruffians who congregate in and around villages and large cities, and lives by stealing and from the Americans. Some they It OTC rights. So they ha.cc--fhc riiiht to wider our fti.wi and lilt ike soil. AND DO AS WE BID. _ They are inferior in intellect and intelligence to 'ho Americans, and must IK and shalt If. put doirn AND KKPT DOWN IP IT HAS TO BE DONE AT THE POINT OF THE BAYONET, AND WITH POWDER AND LEAD." Gratis. Nobody is more like an honest man than a thorough rogue. When you sec a man with a great deal of religion displayed in his shop window, you may depend upon it he keeps a very small stock of it within. Do not choose your friend by his looks handsome shoes often pinch feet. Do not be fond of compliments; re- member "thank yon, pussy, and thank vou killed the cat. Don't believe the man who talks the most, for mewing cats are very seldom good mousers. By no means put yourself -in another person's power if you put your thumb between two grinders, they are very apt All hands below again rang Out die same voice. The preacher started from his pulpit and looked anxiously around, inquiring if anybody had spoken. "All hands below was the only re- ply, at which the entire panic stricken gf't up, and a moment after all for tho doors, tho preacher try- ing his host to be first, and during the time the mischevious bird kept up his yelling "All hands below There was one old woman who was lame, and could not get out as fast as the rest and in a short time she was left en- tirely alone. Just as she was about to hobble out, the parrot flew down, and alighted on her shoulder, again yelled in her ear: "All hands below "No, no, Mister Devil shrcikcd the old woman, "you can't mean me. I go to the other church across the way." for the Hebrew published m Vienna. Its title is --Hatoe d'barkc Two unpublished manuscripts of Thackaray have been recently discover ed, and will soon be given to the world. French readers have found pleasure iu Madame la Comtesse d'Haussonville's new work, "La Jeuncsse do Lord By- rou." The lady's conclusion is that the poet's youthful life was more eccentric than vicious. A History of the Declension and Prospective Pall of the Great Republic of the United is about to Jbc published by an Indiana lady. Miss Austine Snead of Washington has been engaged by. a leading London weekly to do up Wash- ington socially and politically next mu- ter. whistle calling for brakes 1 to bite. Uoumlloud and unearthly. With the it. '.'Dear mo bow of this strength of desperation he gripped the brake ami turned it down. There was a yell-of pain, and "Ed." woke to find himself sitting up in. bed and holding his wife by the ears, -having almost twisted off her head.' That's-how "Ed 's'; wife came to wear a piece of red flannel round her throat, and complain of a wry ueck. Louis Democrat. SCin.dc That shade is a fertilizer is a fact which has long boon-noticed, and much has been written to explain it. A few words will be sufficient for that pur- pose. Shade operates simply by pre- Drink nothing without seeing; sign The following rules for measuring corn and liquids will be useful to many of our readers: i 1. Shocked tbe length, width and depth of the crib in feet_; multiply these three dimensions and their product by eight; then cut oJf two figures to the right; those on the left will be so many barrels, and those on the right so manv huudrcdths of a barrel. 3." Unshockcd as in rule first in the above and the product obtained by 5 1-2 then cut off two figures ou the right; those on tbe left will be so many those on the right so many hundredths of a barrel. For grain, fruit, herbs, _ in house 'or box, find the length, breadth and depth multiply them together then annex two cyphers and divide the product by one hundred and twenty-four. Answers sure that it means no more than it says. 8 Don't go to law umcss you Iwe noth- g tue iength in inches from the bung, the under edge, to the chime, multiply it into itself twice and the product by five hundred and seventy, The copyright of Dumas' works is about to be sold by public auction.' It is understood that the reserved price is fix- ed for a very low francs for the dramatic part, and francs for his other productions. The Spectator says that Mr, J. J. Platt's and other Poems" possess some of tho fine characteristics which it praised in his former volumr of verse, but as a whole the poems do not indicate advance. Madame do Stacl said: "If I were mistress of fifty languages, I would think in the deep German, converse in the gay in the copious in the majestic Spanish, deliver in the noble Greek, aud make love in the soft Italian." Theodore Hook's "fiarasbottom. Let- published nearly fifty years ago. have been reprinted, and poor Mrs. Par- tington has the best reason of complain- ing that some of her best hits were book- ed long before she mended a pen. An enthusiastic admirer of Victor Hu- go arrived recently from Kussin. in Paris. He brought with him a large trained bear, which be desired to present to tho author of -'The Man who Laughs." M. Hugo gratefully accepted the preseut.but had t.lie bear sent at once to the Jardin dos Plantcs. The New York Day liuok no longer supports the straight -out movement, but hoists tho Grceley and Brown banner. A little girl who was asked to define rcadingsaid, "it is hearing with the eyes instead of with the cars." A Koehester man has discovered that a kerosene bate, taken every morning bo- fore breakfast, will keep flies away from a well as every other living thing. Miss Tulip, in speaking of old bachelors, gays that they are frozen out old gardeu- ers in the flower-bed of love. As they are useless as weeds, they should be served iu the same I "Do you take any asked Sharp of Snozzles: "Never, sir, except I 'in un- well, and then my weakness is cognac. Just now I'm troubled with hollowncss, and I don't if I do." "Would you take tbe last cent a per- son has for a glass of soda water 'i" askod a Kankakee youth. responded the unthinking proprietor whereupon m i the hopcfull pulled out the cent aod got ing to loose lawyer's houses on fool's heads. Put no dependence on .the label 01. bag, kind. and count money after your own In any business never wade into water where you cannot see the bottom. Sec the sack open before you buy what the dark is in it, for he who trades asks to bo cheated. l Tlic '-Horse of Worlt. lo tiwinru al kll r wml rcUil. r. I'KTJilK. Oy.tc-i-5, Jit-Ma. 1 OvKtcr.', 1 -I. ynr.sox .c ealer" -In choice ClCTr- mi.l Tobacco, Swnc. Znrlllcll ami .JVooilMi Notion-.. Oiinnnl fruit, IMour. Corn Mrxl, O.It .-cr. wiwki-t palil for llur.fr Ji-livonsl dfaiivil. Main i.trci-1, ITS BRANCHES. .Viimifacliii-frs of Doors, JSlixdf, -Voiitilixrif, Jiriickcts, Flooring, Siding, Sic., Planing, Turning, Seroll-Saw- aud all work usually doiio iu wood by machinery." I ost songstress, madam, in the blue grass region." 'AY hen he bid her goodnight ami shook hands with her on tho porch, the wicked little widow gave his hand a little squeeze, only a little, but it thrilled like an elec- tric shock through his great, ponderous frame, while she laughingly reminded That night in his Widow Fauutlcroy THE LATEST Co At Albany N. Y., two dry _ dlers entered tho saloon of Chas. Skif- farth and wished him to loan them some money on their stock, telling.at the same delighted i time, a pitiable story about.their misfor- IJY j tunes and how much they needed While they were talking, three other who became interested in icrviiig tho'ammonia which is in the soil G IMF which is continually furnished by rain ;0ods ped- hint of his wager. reams, the little JtE.lCIl S- De.iVrn In I'roviiion-, b'l.mr.SiiH, Stolionii-1 I Wooden Ware. IfripO. iinj I'miiu-J Fruiti. kind" of l-'rtilti iu tjioir roi-t-Ollict, lllock, W Omc. .iwl on WitM.Kiyi.ioa-St., Waukwlia. HAIITWEI.L. C. nARIWELI.. Western Trees for Wes- tern Orchards! FOR SALS AT TIIE men came in, now much he wanted, and was answers They .h Mariiet') Muiu H'utikcului. ir. K. and Oi-Slor in kind" S-idJle., Trunks. liciits' Travflluit ir., 1US SprilK Street, ililwaukui-, opiwitc the I'hiuXuitoii Apple Trees 3 !o -1 years old, Pear Trees, Plum Trees, Early flicJuuond Cherry Trees, Siberian Crab Trees, largest aitdbesi. Grape-Yines, Jiaiipberries, StraiC' berries, Blackberries. Gooseberries, Cur- CiiWnet Temperance Strvit, Waukerfra. on hand quality of Furniture. Aluo HMiiy-Madft Cotliiw. CimU'm Vt ort Joiw to ortli.- from the- vi-rv lii-nl material. In tho i-iiont pcr- luti-.-t i-tylf. liuyint: for Evergreens aiid Deciduous All of which will bo at this very loivint ratos. GEO. P- PEFFEK, Uos TL-wtvukcc, Wis, was repeated so often, and in so maty bewitching forms. that he resolved to propose to" her ai their first meeting, nor did he dream that he could be refused, _ j out, Skiflrath s The next uiorniug a letter from his tobacco fautory called General Peyton to Louisville, and before his return the po-, litical contest in the Ashland district was over: and, wonderful to relate, John C, Breckcnridge, the young Democrat, elected to Congress. Gen Peyton wa: :d looked the- goods over, when the last comer insisted that they were fully worth and urged Skif- frath to take them at representing that he would be in during tho day, and if he (Skiffrath) did not desire the goods he would take them bade. This propo- sition seemed a good one to Skiffrath, he by which is rapidly driven off.front a naked surface of the soil by. a scorchiug sun. To preserve the ammonia, the skilKul fanner plows his manure shortly after it is' spread upon the soil and spreads his manure upon his meadows late in the fall, or in the winter or early in the spring.so that the ammonia may bo washed out of it 'into the soil, and prevent its evapora- tion by the sun. Ammonia is either food or a condiment for most plants-, which is necessary to their rapid srowth. It has been asccr- ived the The "horse of all work" should not be less than 15 l-'2 bands high, nor less than in weight, ipick, lively ears, broad between the eyes, round barrel, short loin, well up in the shoulders, deep chested, sijuarc quarters, flat legs, short between the knee and pastern, hind legs well under equal to eight miles an hour on the roai, and at hast three miles at the plow, with sufficient blood to insure spirit, style and endurance. As in this class it is'evidcnt the mature ani- mals arc intended for breeding, they should W sound and as the young ani- mals must be judged on their own merits, as well as their promise for future useful- be sound or else An'swer ih gallons, quarts, pints and gills. Measuring three hundred and seventy feet on eacli side, and you have, lacking one inch, one square mile. Pic Ii up t3'C Fallen Apples. In the early season apples begin to fall, mostly those that have in them a worm, and'if catliered'day after day, future beneSt by preventing the exit of the larve of the worm, and at the same time the apple fed to horses, cows, etc., are acceptable nutritious as food. We have" all our fallen fruit, from the nickery nut, gathered and. fed stock. But now soon will tained bv repeated espcrimcuts in land that the largest crops of wheat can be raised by imparting to the soil an ex- tra quantity of ammonia, either by direct- ness, they also muss i they cannot compote. The horse of all work" is intended to size ot a out tu our the drink. A young man, directing a letter to his lady-love, wrote her name thus You Ness Brown. The posimastcr was some-1' what at a loss to know what to do with the letter, but finally sent it to You Hope by tho pack it. Dr. Velpeau used' to relate that on one of his visits of 1'IIotel Dicu, having ask- ed a patient how he did the sick man answered, "Ah, doctor I am so ill that if anybody came and told me I was dead, I should not be astonished' at it." When Creeley wrote, "let tho way- ward sisters depart in Grant was negotiating through a relative for a Captain's commission in the jrebcl army under Governor Jackson, of Missouri, and Gen. Logan was recruiting confederate service. for tho A seasonable theatrical .programme for -The paid over the and receive' "oods, aud soon after the four men went i 0 no insur-1 W.1U loss. ly spreading salts of ammonia or by guano. Hence the greatest fertility of the soil be more surely preserved by an was both astonished ana sir, the region, disgraced itself, wasi al- most the first remark to his neighbor. Col. Beaufort. To bis son, John, he communicated his intention of bringing Mrs. Fauntleroy to adorn the head of his table. she is tho finest lady in the bluo- grass region, and I hope you respect your future mother." In severity of sarcastic remarks Burns was perhaps unrivalled. Iu a tavern one the conversation turning on the death "of a friend, one of the company observed tha't he meant to attend the fu- neral, requesting at the same time that Mr. B. should accommodate him with the alternation of crops rather than naked fallow, from which a scorching sun drives off the ammonia rapidly. should ever hear in mind the eloquent wo an English writer that "mighty JN pair. from poor grapes, but a good vinegar can be made, and it is perhaps at market price, say four or six: dollars a barrel of thirty-two gallons, more profitable than cider, while the gain in the prevention of insect in orchards by means of gather- The horse ot all WOI-K" is micnueu w this early imperfect fruit, is beyond be capable of being trained for the sad- estimate. All orchardists should see i, "il-..., come more mature specimens, and yet with tbe worm in them. These, if gather- following -The valuable for the making of vmegar. a No good cider can be made from them aftcr which -The Sea any more'than good wine can DC made pose, but in alternations iu Cor. Ohio Times. A friend of ours, visiting a neighbor, .found him disabled from horse I am answered the poet, j step.upon his foot, Hobbling out to the "to tho same funeral, I cannot lend you stable, the'sufferer explained- how K my coat, but I can suggest a substitute." happened "I was staiiding here said "What is asked the ot.her. he, "and the horse brought his foot right "Throw your character over your dom on mine." Our friend looked at shoulder? said Burns, "and that will the injured member, which was of the prove the blackest coat you ever wore in No. Mpattern, and said, very quietly vour lifetime." horse must step somewhere." die, for harness, and to be able to go on the road or in draught, as he may chance to be broken. It may be that the "horse of all work" shall aftcr a few years' train- inn-, make a useful, spirited, handsome family roadster, or he may be brought up to be a good draught true to pull 0 lf to'any load that may be put behind him. words ot j Mueh depelKls 011 tijC use be is put to. -------0._-_. j Hcace will note that he is not renews her strength, not by indolent re- judged by the speed he may make for a s-ngie mile. Hence, also, it will be noted that he may be thoroughbred or he may for the same reason he must have size, action and spirit, as well_ as he is worthy of a premium as a breeding of Michigan Society. Since the Louisville -convention George Francis 'has withdrawn from' the Presidential contest, and last Saturday started on a tour to Europe. George isn't carefully to this item of removing readily this early wormy fruit. A Nc-.v Swindle. A prime looking youth went up to an elderly South Boston newsdealer the oth- er day, and claimed an acquaintance, which the gentleman was slow to recall. "lroa don't kaow says the youug man, with a heavy emphasis on bis word. "Why, lam------the son of Mr.------father took papers of you for years before he died, and I have ever since but we've moved from------street, and now lie over the hill. By the way, Air. Rich, I believe I owe you a dollar on the last quarter." The old gentleman's pulse quickened; he took another" look and remembered. His youthail debtor produced a ten dol- lar bill, the debt was settled, and they bid each other a courteous adieu. The bill proved to be a counterfeit. of to conclude witn "Doming to Wear." The orchestra will occasionally introduce some fresh air. The most extraordinary instance of pa- tience on record is that of an American who listened silently for two days while a couple of wordy lawyers contend- ed about the construction of an act 01 the legislature, and then ended the con- troversy by quietly raen, the law is repealed." A gentleman lying on his death, bed .called to his coachman, who had been an old servant. -Ah! m going a Ion" and ragced journey, worse than ever you drove me." sir. re- plied the fellow (he having been an in- different "never let that dis- courage you, for it is all down hill. .A lawyer, the other day, _wcnt iuto a barber shop to procure a wig- In ta- king the dimensions of the lawyer's head the boy exclaimed _ (j "'Why, how long your head is, sir. replied 'ovj worthy friend, "we lawyers 'must have long heads." _ Tho boy proceeded to his vocation but at length exclaimed "Lord, sir, your is as thick as it is long   

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