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Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1858, Waupun, Wisconsin THE u if, AT w in fa ft nil mock. f I- llnm or onu vmr, wok, I'MIMmilt.V fix JSO DO'. is oo 10 00 1 CO nut e I'lVflTu HUH, 1 Jlftr, i UO MniiiH'X JMr.-vy notion.. LMPU ntlvrrliwiMnU lit f rlco. A'lMtrllMiiKiiiU -liy vrltm ill bo In.'i-rti'tl until fotbij, ami clinK-inl ui-Crtrill.iit.-lr. Ywrlv iktverltan uro cvuflucif to tlclr (M Traaiknt mint bo pnM In iiviU'- i-ncli UI'H lor mlvrtbliiK will tir Iiftjf ycni'ty. 'JOHN Attorney am] Counselor nt Liw, "Wanpnn, All l. titfi-iillun Olli iii- in to lib ..v I Attorney niul Counselor rit Notary 'liVUdnd ASA Mill Creek, County, JfUKMIAII LOOK, Physician am! nt his Business Cards. A. iMtoi'p.rKTOn. American House. STEARNS STiIiES, -.Proprietors. ir. ir. Produce and Merchant; At the Dopnt, Waiipun. iW Cash paid for all Umtfj.of Produce. Forwarding nnd ut I I-ivory. Stable, opposite the" Exchange ''We muTt be quick Wt wrf. jpw cd to lower the which I. held for the purpose, as soon as the men mrriVed.. Down went the light, swinging by in the whirling Fred I' LcemuMcl, BOW more- o re.ply. '.A' apprehetisjon his -'Where is: your 'man'-- vrart- bnckifebdsrnaiD', KoUttng bed-cord brer the t (_, Gliinpnar', lllcb.iiipiihi'rcj Iliti of tl'iii'ttt'st rosy Of tlicsuiishluc lias faded, and Seu liow j-bn arc flonlinp, thu over di-oum.v and' wliil.'ilkV .Thc.Hooiiful blllowi ,'j! Kuolltth for this llfol.1 HKJO.V woarr'tnkins, Wlillu ovrrllin an gay, Wcniotrily tioatiiiiil rack lo Of llio''' From Hiirjwr'n Miumiuo. i8 .A ti iV.' oheart faiiwi.me Jt have beet) writ tenwitti a 1'. tKbiiglff'-i-'saw'fa' tra'tff diicji w' quivering.-through thoiiincB, II. L. l'hysician and Surgoon, -Wmipun, Pftci. 1 D. W. (I'liy.iician and Surgoon, VVaitpun, Wis. MK en strert, door -1 n. K. OSUOH.V, an') Sfirgtion. Odice in Sumnnr'H Wunpiin. 11. COB, and Surgeon, tenders profos- i, il 4-rrlcn, to thocilUmuof iui.1 vlolnit) Oftli-o lIulK-rlUM'n Prilj; Slorn. 1 r.. n. nouun, %KKCIU -holds forth Ol.l Mnlii Stre.t. I. i-Kltl usual nt the TttKltK u ill w. IICSTOS, in Dry Goods, (Jrocyries, Hardware, curnvr aiul stio.it-, oji- f. R.VXK M.INX, anddculcrrtiiiGJolh.s, rn.-1-M.rnnrvl ,.f Cm ;M-i ln-ju -ill' .in iv M.I.I., i -i. i. .-it irr, v'.nii-i nf 'M. JOHN II MKHOII 'IVviuili and donlur in null I.. MERCHANT TAILOR, K of Mitinnnil Carrington U'. UfTi n n d W A p (i t !i o o a r y and in I, 1 at thu f' illlill ut.. I.'T.I "Illi.-... Jullu (ll.'l't. .anil ;cx- BURIED''- Opposite iLwrc's Now; Oooil Icaniti tvrus. und w's'tSi'iiV yiJ011 kt covoring are-ovcVtum eel, and the tiprootcd trees1 bnrrier, which" prcronis b lnf> W.lfArfl A to lut on tlic1groWtlr'ioi DIDPOCIC DONXEU.Y, House and Sign Painters, H i x Kits G i IVL> iri ii s T-Al'KK ilANKIiri, Ac. WulUnml Cuilings Whitened ami Colored. Sliop of UiiMwin, Jlolgatu i C'o.'s liictor.y 15, '1857. lt( to YUUIIK' O L K .V .-1 L E 6' R L C E 12 S, An-l ili-alvrii In Ol.uis. rtljiM-Wnrii, Nulls, Putty, Ac.. I'.l nl., jl i K U r Jj. J. KOIIAItT A Whi. Iowa In I) on I it T I) u c c o in lloii.iur. H. O. N U U t t c tlio HOIMIV EDWIN 0 TAR Y PUBLIC, Laud, lusiirauce Collecting Agent, Ollii-u.nvi.'i- Doilgc'a Store-, _ DuJjtr C'uiinty, y .Vast-jatm, Ite., Ac., uxvonii'il. on ofl'v-opertr In -its OI.A.MS fXKCIUXCK'COMr'ANlKS.' tr. -vi-.i -M'.i'iii: jliiylug anu l.sii'i.n, I-UVIUA Urn. A C Vihviink'i' Hon. IT. ll'ni. tl-.liklrli, Him. ll'iii. .It. lion- l.'itloh C'li-vi-lnlnl, ll'Hi..l. l.'i'to; CU-il'l'V I'll ilixsUrM, Jiujy iu >t. l.ny. )i< !j; various kinds of mqssbsT .As they perish, they aro succeetlo.d by 'for in unceasing 'Hfo JaUorj until, in the course bf'iimej.the b'o't.tom', under the influence of decay, "and'' the pressure 'from'- above, Far C o r n Exc han g o Ba-i Jl.iiu Stri'ct, i 'T in Pruvi.-naits, Ac. J'ii it r.ut of 'I. A. 1IKWITT. li-r in Cmidios, l-'ruits. Hvixt to Uritk; Mjln T. U. MOOUK, lor in Flour, (landien, (Joiifiictioncries, '.v.vurux, WM. IIOIIKIIIK.- Un-lllor. CAPITAL WISCONSIN iv riioirni-'iT, KXf'llANUK ilnavn on N'ow York, li-iston, Mludclpliiu, Uiiiciiiiiati, unit AithvuLi- I'r on lliv I'l-ihijipul of I'itiruiiv. Wiinpiin, Sept. Mtli, 5 below- It 's 'co'iil; tlib''' up'per is: 'light and spongy. At various depths, but somo tiiucs-as much; ns'-twenty .feot below.: the surfftco, nn abuiida'nco of bbgr'wood consisting mostly of -hard and black as ebony, or of tho.rich chocolato-culorcd wood of tho. Such -ancient forests every now and then rise in. awo inspiring majosty frotii ..T-ho' wholu city of Hamburgyitsr bnrbbr, and broad' tracts of hind around 'upon sunken 'for- est, which is now buried at..'.an, immense.; depth surface. It contains most- ly limes- and but must .also hav.e rtboundcd with 'haxel woods, for thousands of aro' brought tcrlight by cv'ory excavation, hot oxactly made for The city, of it has Keen ro- magnificent foundation which ''It Was thij boast- the chustu, one tier hud rot away to a .levgl V 'apd rcd'wnl'clic'3. worldly Jiwills, that WliatJdo.Iyoii: q Lot me jOjand, thoughts. Wheti 1 'qitfrS'cixlinlyi'-and' and' strength I have an errand at home, and I will bring you a bottle of'wine.' I-t.-n'-Dotrwinci I not win.al' pitcoua acceuts in word: were spoken raiig' jn'iii'y ear'tis I baste ne'e along tfib' 'it was- with' a jihock of regret and ,lhnt 1 on :my return. was. empty. Frod had disap p.eare'd.. .None "Jut'l seoii -'him go. Twc iiours T spoilt in an search-1 through t.ha dropping, wouds-and over, the hills; then; cam.e on storm weary, and ai-jheartened, I returned homo WHAT I DID .NOT EXl'KOT. put on ntid drank cup of comforUbl of poor Fred-, .and.WOQ- lering.how; the Minima woiilcl end, when I was again snmilioiied by-hi.s'lati 'lii'I'y'. iiul -liot init'-'ff -if would '''nut je too miich truiiblo, sho .desired mo :to 'come down" as soou as possible, she hav- ng soiuctliing of great importiinco to jay tir'tnu......; chaiigo to kick >ff: icy. and.pull .on .iny'wyt jput-s auuin (but 1 ilot hesitate, aiid, few was bii'cc more at, tlio rin.'1 Mrs.. Skow-y' liict ns atnl- Ire'w IP a mysiorious'.y -ih'to'lhe'vacant di-. O.mlor CM, 1'rovi.vions, Oonfec- i "j llii.S'.iACr A General Banking Business, ----ALSO---- SELL EXCHANGE On die principal cities of thu United Suics and I'jiiropo. and Coutiuoatal Drnfta with tho bottom of tho swamp before the upper conic! 'prow Verb's Leaves from Ike 'liook of Mature.. .good., woaiaa .had to announco the arrival of a strange lady in i.lic 'ovening. 'co'aeli. Hlie was young, atid diilionie, ami timid, and. what- wns remarkable-, she had evidently made a- long .journey, and was' travel; YOUMI AMKIUCA C A T I N C r S A lj
in'myrobhi.'' Oh; if-fte' coui'd" liavb ;oen ins last--night, he would: forgi.vb me-! my, aunt.for PhU be ".married; was to oe kept away'frbra Frederick uii- was all they did not know me; .I'did not 'know.- Something OijO .up within camo, (put of .the ire that.burned was my own bet- er'natir'otlint had been suffycatbd so tried' to sleep so as to be calm and wcl inoruiug; but. li could uot. 'ult.Kudr. courage, and', w.il.l! M ;ould have facud' any thing; I had onlv >ne come to" Frederick'; and lore i am She lutd got beyond bcm-.ty, ho tho. her lor linn lip, her flashing eye, thrillsd me viih wpnderand'di-.liuhl. How did1 you get away 1 ctime' away My aunt wished to >revt'ut .LUV. leaving tho .house, but my bad insisted from the tjrsl that 1 hould do as J pleased. Lot li or but he could'ha'vo had no idea where my io..kii of jny face, nor my vard.liu me., i i and .rude all the'ciVy' to'gcl a- fivt'u her I riifu-hivd tho irailioadsta- ion list us'the abuiil' got looked out of. tho window nd saw her coining through.tho Joor-vvay, nd running after tho train. She saw me; was glad of icnew whore I was 'oing." I did not wish to deceive any one, nly to get owiiy as- quickly .is eariio she.was left bohiuu .the last.I- :-.w of she was beckoning eiK-rjcoi.ica.l- orders from the platform lo top tho train 'Miss liingwuod laughed at. the rominis- cnce; but ceased immediately at the bought of Frederick. His prolonged ab- ojicc was .certainly alarming, and the sound f ihc rain puuring the windows not of a nature to quiet our waa resuined-; she. told no hursulljj... 1 in turn praised her o'vor, arid so we became exe'slleiit friends utmutuiiraii'xibty for 'Frederick's; safety ist nrgiuotii' over the. evening. liad djourned -to-tho' dining-room, where Mrs.' kowry had prepared a supper of toast nd tea for. her guest Julia, .at my olicit.'ition, was tiyiug-to eat n when" ie landlord e'htbrcd.'luingingncvrs. regard: man, writing Tiffing Ohio, to Toledo' Times; gives tlia- following tion of that sity and its; iaatiutr' u TilB.i; is n grate' sity; tbicklr- sittled 'round the incetiit'- -liourt.''v Ito- prir.c'orpal institushuns the- sound in- the-direction of tho all' the roar and tumult-1 '.thought 1 distinguished; a human cry. 1 rushed, forward itf't'he brink.of-'the 'precip- itous bank, bidding my companion fol- low: 1 shouted again. A reply seemed issue ont from the very gulf thing; and old age onght berried in Old Senaky Moro yon inur.ey, kcp mum. A man. named 'Brvslin nJe'to live in tiffin bot he dou't hve iu liffi'j now as much as be did.'" Manhood in the Christian ii because it 1 'Come 1 dashed through aad a the thickets that bristled upon the vergeof tlla" manhood. the precipice, lu my has to 1 c'amoliear _ New 'Haven- duscrihinff the looalitii.-s plunging into the The stream at this man.from mouu.tnin .h.t-j and says he saw oing1 up the river, through the woods, liout-dack.' I'Tom'hisklescription.it must e Mr. Oolton.'-' Misa.J.lingwood eoemed, ;to listen with very.- muscle of her fnceaiid faculty of .her out." .'Over tlie mountain? Where. is is asked, eagerly. 'It's east from replied the- laad- rd. The rivur comes, down through the fitch. It's. mighty, all through there; J[ .supppsc -that's. ;W hat" -made'.'.tbii young mail go. well. Ilq'uscii to go certain' devoted Fred .ciirrie'd secretly neorhU -heart, -gf ..which .1 ,bnd aes. in -.his -generous .and moods.'" communicative Vs slie'stdod.' rognr'ding 'mo with' hopeful, half-frightened 'look's, and with s ril'tvoffefe'd' pontaneous-sympathy and cordi- ed'-her my "band." o'o for 1 fttii his Si' down Miss- am rejoiced that .you '.IVU incrp-t c-TT-V she, began., w.ilLtcIl you. every but be se.it- ed. You look very weiiry. Do not' bo in tho least rvlnrnicd at Fred's absence: nlmWt killed poio'r fal- Up t.li.H way as oftcu'as. three .prTourtimei But him'there to: 'If's'.a tqr'rililo'st'ornr, 'and the.ri'v.er hollows' like- thunder.'; All this tended .still more to escitc.the fears. In bor vung girl's gave, .inc.an Appealing that, went fci liiy'soiii.! p.w'ii' approhtn'siqtis were how .beginning' 'to' get thb' .better of J folt "that sqme'tJii'ng frightful was Happened to And spot rushed through a chasm thirty feet deep, with avails of jagged rocks. tho..spot-; 1 knew also young Fred's pro- clivity to.bb climbing nbout such places, aad 1 guessed his situation. From the edge of the cliff 1 looked down into an abyss of utter bhickucss. 1 shrieked.his name.'.. came the answer from below. .'Here he is 1 cried to the'landlord, who canio tearing his way through bashes with his lantern. are you, The, shout canio up from the abyss. _' Drop me a rope, or I'm The words struck consternation in.to.ihv heart. We have no rope ,_ go for ono.sopn Tin: r'ivci- 1-isen'a foot within' tho IKS! ton iHiaiitits. It's up to my waist'now.' i .'sail 1 cm. do to-keep 1'roui being carried svwav.' I soixed the lantorn .and held it'over the cliAsni. A few feeble rays illumined the rocliy'wnll, nc.ir tho top; but 1 could tinguish nothing J. cm soc cried but ilon't lit! What would 1'uo.t h'ftyo givcti to be able seo him in return ly necessary to discern his.precise situation ul'o'ro anything could be done. 1 see him said the landlord, holding n hemlock bough as ho leaned over the bc.iik. llmv long can you hold 'That depends upon tlio water; if ii ;oeps rising 1 shall go soon. .I've got just a corner .of this rock to cling to.' Cling well !'l shputed.' You are por.now 1 thbii'gbt of Julia, .who had been driveii from my miiid by the first'shock of terror at finding Frod in such peril. lias come .sho is waiting for you .at tho layerni 1 have yccii her.! You liave something (o cling l At the same time 1 cluugud the InnUlb'rdj .b. ho. expeditious he r'opc.' I'licre was a house on the road, not'more ,lmn a quarter of a milu off, where ho lipped to one. lie' went leaving the I.'uitern..with1 me. 1 iui'-j liicdiatcly set to work'to cut 'a bough from a. young hoinlock and.attach lantern to it.. -My object was to. .hang it over the precipice to light.'our operations.' -1 was iutcrrupted by B'red calling iiic. Why dou't you answer i' he cried. Is it her 'Upon my soul it is true! She ran away to couio to you 'The water is rising every mir.uto said institutions of that 'city, Modical is on the iheecme- iry; the'Diviiiity College on- the road to the poor house; and the School- ow the road to the THE WORLD IIATK swiir to this question, the 'great" Stdne'j- Smith It is not true that ,the world hates pu ety. The modest and unobtrusive which fills the heart with th'e charities, and makes a man gciitlo to era, and severe to is.im object'-of universal love and veneration. But TQMV kind a e she lu t of-jwwor wheu it is veil- ed of pietr. cant'niii1.' They Briti -a'dverii? sors and quacks pioty; fhcy not choose to be insulted; they loTc'tp'teaV sLould only" Bo a Eahctuar j for the Hglit- toua and.tha r rejfttinnfhfo vclions Oicapo from drbwnin'jr wh'cn thir- t toon of ii is cotr.panioiw woro lost by. tho upsotting of a boat, and he alouo was saved: And how did you escape their I', ask- ed one of his hearers. I tkl not co In'to same was tli9 Dutchman's placid 'Muggins says was fat conipared with ao bid shot last weak on was so light'u lodged iu the bi 1 to get a pole and knock it LT. Jano Ann Fred. A woniab; r ply. .Ilchnd.nota.uswoted ,my..two I wo. military, .coinpau.es last calls. 1 felt that be'wasWconiifcg .cx-jsJ0 and tbsit it was all
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