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   Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1860, Waupun, Wisconsin                               THI: WHIM TIMKS, An Independent Republican Newspaper. jiri.-iii.isiiKii AT i'ij_N', j H. BrlnkorlioJT, Publisher Proprietor, ftu-n In Hull, Mown--'-. Uluck. I Tho Horrors of the Slave Trade. WAIT A otrefpondi-nt v( tiro X. T dating nt tit. 1'aul do Loaudo, i '-Improvement in other bts not ieor.iueUt.vl chanire iii s'.avvr or his v.-.ir. I. O. O. F. 'ft u (Mill I I- II. I'ublisUcr uml "C.O IX, AND YflX." Annum, in Advance. OLUMI: 3. WAUPUN, WIS.: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, I860. NUMBER 28. BU.RK--S JEWELY STOREj WISCONSIN, KX i: it. WATCI1S, CLOCKS, niul Silvt-r Watches, I- I llivl-.t oor.n .i ii Y. Cniiti'ii. Stone oiid Curnl c' :i'.. o c- ic s, .if v. iv- ITAKS AM> VIOLINS? l.iillAl- ninl Vlullli Mrln-K. Mi.ltd Down, FLUTES, FIFES, BIRD CAGES, i v. i -.v.t.-y, .if.-., One One. BT One by onu the uru flowing, Uti by thu fall Some are coming, s'uiriKi uut sltivo to thorn nil. One by one thy ilulUit watt tliof, tliv Biroiitfili to ouch Let iiu future i.] r "ami. eta to cliw, Ljcaru ttitiu lust what cuti touch. by OIK- (briitht Ki Oiu- Oliv by not will o, to lot thv thy Krit't'i ilt ir .Ul .irmud Po not look nt llf.''a Sro liow Got will tin'.' So tdiicli Jity Kvi.rv li'inr I! :'M Do not I r.-A.li'.ii, [In-ill oni? sorrow. v. v: i Attorneys I'jMi'isrlvrs at Linv, IrvIng's First Love. IO ju -Ji. 2-: .T; o R A A Melancholy Wreck. Col. Bowie---A Terrible Fight. Passing along tho strict our eye foil i i Bo guile to yere An old Jlississinpian the fol-' An- at bit i. Be Gude to yare Mither. a Nairn, mun sitting in front of a groe'-ry. Higjlowing to the WoodviJlo (Miss.) Kepub- eouiUeu'inco seemed familiar, and we turn- liean td away, in the hope that wo might spare "The famous fight, in which forty or more gentlemen were engaged, in 1S2S, his f ee! ing 3. This person we ofton mot a few years ago. lie wits ihcn n young man ;s stilt remembered in .Natchez. Col. iu activo business, with line prospects jjm the fatuous fihter and uhcad. lie was a member of the church, jtOr of tlio knifo which beura his name, nnd, so far as wo could his way i usod to spend a groat deal of his time in was open to uWulnoss and honor But Natohcx. Ue WM challenged bjr a gentle- k'ssoimht' loirwj nit I, Uul o' tmluiu nu" mull it Vt'i' Hie huitf syuo At> alio I'.uiUit yu to her lw An' n prayer to t! -t, Jlulji- o' n', That cave Vkir we uiic aiu- awa'. Re siuUto ycro her autumn i Wlu'li ilivilmiU Tlit, An' u' Ii o' MhouM t li? o thu litch, hoi tltc-ir lii-ht. through thv aliis! how is he t align.' "How is the jjold Of Alexandria, La., whoso lYUTids, to luin is the most lino goMjthe number of twenty or more, accompan- saw him, who inyht have it.J him to Natchez to sse fair play, the ciders of the land, a poor, besotted drunkard. His face was covered with those signals of distress shipwreck: ujh'intely more -sat stupifiud, knowing that IJowie was a desperate man, and hud his own I'rionda about biin. All parties went upon ths licld. The com- to let (li O povcrtv b'JW lli'r grnv hoaj ti> tllo Av. licr fra. nk.Citli .in1 li An" keyp lior wln'n bliuV tK-i hunie tuny bu unclit but a 'liy neuk iu vt'i-o h. will vu tlio bi-nt tliiuj batants took their places in tlio centre, that siid to behold than when one standa'on tho separated from their in tho rear, beach lo witness.-. vessel, enough not to endanger them with 'I'O wealth uf India or Ciiiin, dashed dieir balls. Behold the battle array thus: Twenty armed Louisianians, fifty yardu behind thoir eh.impiou and his How mournful into [iiocu.s upon have wopt at tlio siglit. tbu that proul a: id noble i'hiludul- hud furnish hundred, nay thousand1) uf such iipuctaclcs .How was ih'w Jostrtiijtioti wrouht? Flow was toinplo, dud with the that raUcs ;iij All our readers can t. 171L L I B P E R E Y When yourij; he beearno intimately ae- with the daughter of one of the Kiiiflvurbocker-s uf die time, >ltirdy ir: wealth. With the y.mii- lady, lie presiud his suit successfully innl in time .the father mi-hi have succumbed, despite ri'gardod the resjureos iX proposi'd to support .vtei. to maialani style of h iii-i daughter !KU Jn an evil us it se tiio IVe answer Uio que.-Uon in a Nu l.e became a J.UK; occasionul way. by Jo- and nnd oppooitu them, ai far behind Uuwio and his seconds and sur- goons, twuaty urtned Behold tlio heights of Natchez, thronged with spectators, and a steamer in river ruun.led to, its deeks black with passoa- watching witb a deep interest the dCCHO. The plan of the fidit was to es- of ir.iod ill..- fact tiiat he -.vith which 1m: wit': lucj si -inter luxury to iio'.ir, a J'r. Creigiitijii, a minister u icivan c.iuivii, de.-.; He his Si.1 full in was lii-.it takeu lor the the s fellowship; perhaps it was ;it some fair friend ivho called him lover, by it him. As a change shots twice with pistols, and to ulo.s'j with knives, Bowio being armed thc with own turrible weapons. At the second the Louisiiuiian was too quick, took ailvantiigo of who waited for At thu, Bowie's second cried fore Tom Corwin on the Homestead Bill. l. Tho lot of tW ursijro i if anything, aboard of llw sliip, than formerly ihe W- the is now tukeu aboard in two or tlirex Ihiurs, not Icbutu'y, ur wld no regard of course, ii liad for thair comfort utidor bUch water is nbourd as liurrle-tly ih und, of couvsc, iu insulTioieiit Hutice the funrful auif.-ring aiul d-ach from alone. couitimn on slivo The 'olave Jock" ts hi'ui :is of old, vessel of three hundred burtlica thera will a tliousnud Uutnnn btisijjs ftowod Those Mm era who two thirds of their do well. Ofleu balf of n eargo is thrown overboard reacl-.tug He givos, iu proof, thu tration short time Her Viper captured the- TavoriiUT of Ifuw Vork, America, havir.jj a cargo of six hundred uegroes aboard. Lxinjj inevitable, she threw her pupera overboard land hauled Jowii her Tiio twcuo dvioks Stowed sitting positinn, nith their drawn up following illus- extract tho following lo their bun- jJred human bein-s, skiua black. younjj rtersons, ose wera iber paragraph from n late apoccli of Mr. Co'-1 chilJrcn "and y win jo Philadelphia: ,01110 women. So clos'e Now let us 308 what tho Democracy Xorth and South would have us do. "Oh.''' ihey say, ''the de-elriuo of tho Conslitu- tion ia settled; slavery is now in every territory of the United StAtes." That is, as the wouid say, it in there, -'by __ _ _____ iuteDdiuent of ii is not there in ot'.K-r forjis, and '.hat tlwv could not move, could hirdlj breathe. lu t-ulFocating condition they xvere struggling for lift. The itrong were killing tlu wenk to rooHi for lTes, and llmt a littlo moro of ht bud. and it will not go there. Our people all propose to voto Homestead bill. Brtcau.se for ajr UUJ watel.( fl .atlllg 3ick, sick, sUrrjuB, poor wwtch- Southern leaders tell thain they must do! jjut for it. "If you give to tho poor mim thousands of su e a quarter section of land Uu] d slavc, to die. IVben m au.l hia young wife, iiok uuto thev. ch couples throughout OVCrboard, before the ben country will flock to thoso tern tunas an.l v.'i. tho chain that he strives, in vain, ,.'.v. 'j'l.e tier" i by the beauty' i.'-f. uti'l ll'.e vf wore i viiiin.: I tiie :iuii-.: .dhi'. in to th.; cr of habits "Can .-p. WON'T CORN THE .is h. r Irv tir.- J'Jtiiio: iii.. are Jic'U'.bt' i Have y.-uah. bi- llppeii L'.t'uji or (Vie-.icls, the bght. of buttle in their eyes, these people In a m imeiit the party was engaged in a slavery away conflii-t. pistols and knives i tho liomoste '.o 3, with fatal e fleer., until one party' will sojuor or later That is their ubjeet.ioa M bill. nt tho tw.) slates of society the toul Tho quality of merer they would for OD tUe up ._ _pposed to be cuutnjjious, tha drive away without that treublcsome to ISD e ear of any i e him pnu-c the other from tlio field. I do the side, that which tho who iii'iul- ;i.k uniy a; a t-'our many were killoi and wounded ocraiio partv would inaugurate our frOJ t it was :i slaajrhter. jvit le.l, eevered he lingered s. T. i; SURGEON DENTIST, N i i: v i r i i. i HU TUMI r mill ;.j r. -i' T'T.S CO'.'XTY .1, e ib'j of iunl bi lo his l the Mansion iiiui: 'Jsa b he is you o. I N S I A N JltTl'AL M l'AN Y t l" li.n: llll.' :.in sum shoii Voiit nl such c o h ain-s be teld. ,e [i.-rti m, li.e f.i'.lior slated have with '.-.U-e rjie evils ut .Vs i: is, l.e r b-) ii i i _', mat a eer- bu .svt a.v.d.', in lh- bu duv.iti.d yell are 01 J ecr.a.'ijiy sort vf mirai f never idiii'' 11.an and 1, willi shame i RlCII Ti> Mercury gives tr.e puj'pie5, pri.'parcd fiji1 i uf the territory, ou tlio ulliv--" that which thu Kepiiliiiean.s to establish. The dues no', want a quarter .si.'ftiui! uf land, beeanvJ it is n-jt i'jr.hi.-) purpjsa. He wants ab.iut twn ,'aou-auvl acres, on r: tu-ei.ty iiu will net GOT MORE THAN TIIEV M lowing is nllnbulcj to the celebrated Kjwl.-iud Hill: "Tivo siian.'-t.'r.s the church in whieii he was j walked   tii-j.-a Territories. W- ti- ll [ilnviiii; u'-hor p'.ui.ts ut luterej j i taousatid acres, vi.iit to Rat which derives [is name j man, v.- you tamper any de-lire for it'' in uro to the bar jor j von are iu d :safe i n.1 .Mulu.U I'U.-i. v. K. SPECIAL NOTICE' ier maiiitonatiee on esiato, ou thu i banics of ihu lluJjijri, and ,hat in no even: d') reino', ed from ihe mauaion I tcrnis the ardent suitor, hoping; for the comfilied with. 1: may h.v.-i: been the resuita of hereditai v 'iis or I the t.'lort to enuh out and kill her hiipe.'-; but not main- Vear.s ln.-f.nv'.ei1.. so he who tu'.nl'.y ab.-.lains frrjin iulox- j the VUUNL; wife was :i raving matiiao. t-'h..'.; ieatinj; driiiks as a live ibe 'became so vi'ilenl that drnnUai-d's nor thu dnrikard'.- nei'e.i.iary, and tiio family mansion was inn 's a eonvurted into an nsylum, Dr. (J reign ton building another house on a liistaut Ullt I of the estate. Tlie uut'uriuiiaUj wuiiian is 'ntill nnd uinjuiet nights her shrieks may bo heard shrilly the banks of i.aL sre babilsJ Do'i eup'? you fee! iJo stnoUcii, of .-alooii informed us they were "very ihii n.i'.ny shops where ral Thev exuus'fd for sale in every ol ours. 'i up the ai.-i'.'. and uo stool for 'a and liy.e-.ied t-j the sermon. 'Jst-y to walk uut. Ueforft thc-v reaoi.eJ the djor the preacher I will Lei! you a story.' This men, married yesterday; the of the strangers, and ihey o l.avo hun.'.re.l and turuod luvl .-ai.l if lie had ali llinait.'tj in the world made iu'.... ase, and all the trees iii: llie world were into ouu Itree, and wield the axe cut I down tree, Ui you U ive abutit 011 families." under liiese Chris'.iaa ia- Kvcrv ono of ll. voter, to ruio those who (.i.j assured U'liy hlixud on thu a.s to this iiiyst wide ih.it, as lie win; it tile water cannot be drovtii- and drink wb'j.-X'Cver is deceived tliereby upon tho as llity e.iuld appreciate rant, visited in our rounds, wo i'uiiud in only aro "I- 1 will, in tuue, and Let ona from tha Sjtith take were Lo these who yno thousand aera.-J, to cultivate it his in a icstau- two.nty livo or thirty what (you theiv. y You olio wliil.; fa.ni'iV ho would tiuktj it into one :it whi'.i, thrash th ungodly meo, front room several tables surrounded bv with two or threo you have I wine when it ii red, i color in the cap, when it urM.t. it give'.h it.--i i-noveib. i'.seif who v.'cro roirnling theniseive.-. served in a variety of L took seal ol the tables, nnd a of slewed was promptly placed beforo It looked inviting, and its odor not bad, but 1 did nut venture to partake, lu n small cup upon tiie same table were the eyes of a eat, which is here family of or sixty up iiruund you. There is no seaool hotue; none is wanted, for tbvy >'.j not allow the negroes to go t-j soiuol. A t'oveign wouiitri is iiiipji'tcd from Vermont, perl-.ujM, lo teaoh tha la-IIeij of '.lia fani.lv their b-iek-i iipjn the :in-l .-lop to hear a s'ory.' The had enough to their curiosity, aud rOotimei tlicir walk to the street." such literature 33 blc. may oo thcugtit ae- Afler a while li.e thousand very delicate anj expensive duh, but, covered ali over wilh nejro tho bill into .-iirhtof ilitjin to any but a Chinese, is no I J PAS ENG T ERS .the audible, too, nt the cludi.'d retreat TvLieii Irvinjj occupied. No heart but his own knows how u.uch j thi> Mid event may have his own' i' liii.'i or to what exertions H may :iave jtiiui in attempting to drown all remem-; lbrai.ce A DKM'lfKATIC to bi> Diulinir to sharpen thuiLljn> u" AND ALL POINTS EAST aud SODTH. rj Morth-Western Railway, inirni'tl Jitnctloii u irh Tr.iin? liii. Uipon, brai.ces of disappoiiUment. Dr. ton hai for years ofticiatod at thu luuubie 'j QV chape! where Irving worshipped, and, fin- where Irviu enough, read worshipped, and, fin tiie burial service for his former rival. To those who were aware of these mournful circumstances, thv strunjre coincideneo must have been oeediugly painful. There tiro but few portraits or busts of Mr. Irving ia exis- tence, as he has, especially of l.ite years, pro.iistently refused to iiluce himself at the disposal of any artist, however celebrated. op ___........____ _ _ ___ acres you -Totitjli tin. l.ri.'V- riTdm have twelve familes. in ub.idie.iccj to vlivine iiijuuc'.iun, '-Ue fruitful, nuliiply, and rojileaish thu lliece will the _ __ Cout-iO of a t'jw years be thirty or forty the (J.mrt anU eoimnaml'ed the highest price. J ehildren. T.'iero will be two or ihreo tv. Ohi'i. tli.i.-e present whoLy person desiring to feast upon dog, has i school housed, in which all those children id the meeting, were Joiu tQ stej) UHO a restauraut and soleei! be taught tiie elements of a goo.: necordiii" to his taste, English education. [nstead of live or six tiio evening ol' the day that mid wera esecutoJ, there syijipathizors, ,ven Brown, I'arclay C'r.ppie, and ll'.'dpnth. Deacon Gray, of tho Cleveland I'laitrlealer, Uowu to report proceedings. In tiio courso tho evening lie was called out. annex an extract from his speech, as given by the Ashtabtila apohtilu. In the room were bambou cages, placed on tiers, containing uogi aud puppies of every size and color. Uiitck dogs arc suppoed to be the most L'oHTICAI, Sen'.inel: He (the speaker) was or.ae .lie 1'iusbytei'ian ciiurcii at "Jno day he saw a m'jiro H uid a wiiita man following a dcrxcon of alontr n doff or puppy which will at once bu cooked iu whatever style ho urofurs." A NKGKO M 'rho followin form of marriage actually took place recoru- Iv, betwean two negroes, with a negro minister, at Live Crenk, Ga., and is the form used there people., with forty or fifty slaves, who are treated as mere brumes or capital, you have raised up t'jr this republic tifty or aixly bones'. well eduoitud free men and t'rjo woaien, with churches and school hou.-ios, the to educate tho other to intlucnco the con- science. All over the hind, in all th.s freul "lrjl'u TUe List number of the Knickerbocker iia-> a of :i inivu who rarely failed to go to bed iuloxicated and disturb liii ivife during the whole Upoa bum.; 1 by a friend that he litvur went to bed sober, he indignantly denied the uliarij'', tiio uf gao U-H.. particular night in proof: "i'roity so ni alter 1 got into my wil'e hii.-bu.nd, what is 'iiav'.er with vmi'.' Y'Hi act >tranjjiiiy i.i llio n-ullur ni.h said 1 'nothing, at ali.' 'I'm SUM tnere s-iid she, 'you. ilon't iicl natural at all. Shan't I up aud get ami-Jim.; for you." And sh-j up lighlS'l a ari'i came- to tiie to look laep and the with ber hand, 'i knew that there was s i abjul suid iiu, vot; ow this is a fact, aud ray wife will to it; so you slander me r that I haven't been lo to-night, wishing Lo be jinud in, and through revolver in his hatx.l. Now, tbo spea- Jlove and wishing all dcm dat bavunnv ting kcr, mind yon, I'm not talkitiL; of my ibo- 'tvvixea dem como forward and speak DOW, 'Here is a couple who have walked oul states of this Union, will iind wiisrever nt Minn. 1'iiMi.- .i Fir- editor of the Republican made a visit to Conncciieuti ncKri- uries, But practice-. This rici.c'ts .-'i- A y. A.- .1 J. i. s. -T1.: of tho Poaco, p. i i M i i ur. iio in.i: ni M i i ii 'i i it i> i' n i: i. bl. STOODARD. I5 I !J VOJKU1. TTT-'fT A Cf j.-iJiAi ci ilnrin and Ii 11 A recent visit to Connecticut has en- abled us to rcaliza more of ihe caniesr. iliiess of the political coutlict iu thut state than the spread eagles and large Cfipitala of the newspapers cnn possibly It is a cunteste which arouses the energies u( every man, nnd stirs the sympathies of ,eveQ- ro was a Uig'.tivo, wno hai: ib lean made a visit to Conncciieut i i i lilt.'' 1 liiinsy vaulft, s the penrlancy ot the late election, states what he saw once before Ivatun, but .rid tak luul been ho had been captured. if not, let, then hold their peace and forever more, I wants every car to hear nd ovary heart to o >j >y. "Mr. Jim Thompson, whosoever stands f.iatly by yeur left side, do you lake her fov your dcnvly beloved wife to wait on ber sickness and through, health, safe you go these charchoa, thuir spirej to hoitveu. They are the roJi sober in six. months, 'c L IN HlOU that draw away from a sinful race the irr.ii.hi Kila Farman, in her wii.ten olL-uded God. Placo on tho uac, for tho tl.ui it These two and write weru crossing .1 uovere-1 bridge, at one be safe, lioly and be lioly, loving and which was the As the neirro (the speaker) the church d' negroes, aad you j 119 church. Tlia; Ic .t fn.v's (ctn.lo. some ways ahead, he to push him into at which tho Sexton wcr.ian and child. Politic is to be standing. Then thuy topic of conversation in every j locked tho door av.d ran up lae atid there they lookoc down upon lo Many do not pretend 'after their business while every business letter, almost, carries with it a political post-i.-ript. A conversion to cither 'side i.- accounted worthy of special inen- Do you love her Do you love her father? Do you love her Do you lova her Do you lova liar master? mistress? D you lov do." 'Miss Mary Thompson, of territory whisb I have tnyutiuBu-J one family with forty have no school home, ia the diilierenca, my domocratie brother, between tho hated black republican uud the policy which you propose to ia through the ip.slrumeutality of O 3 boasted your democratic party. .She sighed, and turneii her ejcs on 1, serene bust of The Washington c.irrasp >ndont of the Do you love hor- Philadalphia Press that a statement God the is current in that city, to the effect that die Admini-jtration ha.-i advised and will jupport the secession of tho Southen. majesty to b-.-r wan sim she awed a M.J lonna worm tucking eyes surreyed her from the [ily and a Von us with vwo bijou ys, aud with another tiif she turned back to the until, drunk with bcnutr sjino eastern which slowly burned and emitted spicy oil SpICT fill on whomnosver in a lamp on tho table, her knees and sobbed." Tlio gd must hiyy been aG-iodTcmpUr, tha slave ii'iM-r who was about faslly by your tight side, do jouldelefjatcs from the Cliarlestja Couveun all trying to SnJ where thu (0 ua yOUr dearly beloved husband, lieu, should Douglas be nominated. nesro had to. to wait ou him through health nud through member of the CaLiitiet has recently told 'Drunk with and perfume." -idou'l care if we tike a littU o' tbit. :V The newspaper oilicoa are ti-.ronged! Demooratic pruetica Three cinrers wero criven for Gnvv's tri'in m..'nii.'ii initil night. Political are held every n'g lit in all the This speech was wonderfully well receiv- ed. The deacon's humorous style of A of I'ooplo a v.it and tliorc is not a j tuiling tho story, and bis coo! confession an seliool prac'iiv.il hypocviiV, were iuimitub'e in iriv.'t ttia: is riot the sceno of stirring ex--iheir way. youjth'w scheuie was arranged, and he did ArtillirJ corpt of her? j hesitate to add that il was very far from for this year. Theco-uprttiy t ;-.sh lor i! i r si iliiiikiiiu: SELL EXCHANGE rrr.v. I iurl, who have stnod aloot'i John IJrown, Jr., rase ;'ur have been swept in G ray if ho would bo willing liave bo- i inj 'J'lu whole audiancc ihiess an viTwhelnanj.' f.de, and ive ami intensely to tl.eir previous r.il As of ii stale I dm 'tli'iro men, who eaa l-tter Mr. to answer a still, and GoiS'i isTjTin cviiflution, safe nnd be snfe, holy and Northern Dumoirat, that to conttnaud of holy? Do you love his mother? Bo y c his father? Do you love his broth- Do you love his sidter? i i O J f tiw best. do." "I shall pronounce Mr. Jim to hold Mis.; Mary fastly by the right hand; aad I shall pronounce you both to bo man nnd wife, bi1 the commandment of God. e DJ ycu love God improbable that the South wouid takt posaossion of the Union Constitutional Convention, whioh ii to at Baki- shrill and trusting through God that .1 l more on the Oth of die. Southern peop should he succeed iu overcoming his op- ponents at ton National Convention. iting New Yolk during coming as tha of City Ounrd, uow undor the May, in order to array jcapt. M. Lovel, formerly of '.Q against Djiiglas, "ilonorabbjs'' elect Captmin etttf year. The famj which Gen. Pitrce 'paired in Mexico wiil add to tho company. i -i i. f'.M'.n a a I el' .e and i to Wiley Glover oi li.igsr-i These wero made on of famiir livii tt.at shot ..U'iieiicj ri-.-'j I lii-i lolo tt.al was, was. out were all drowned togethe.-iground that the pubhcaaons weru a mill p.md and inflammatory documents. esiir.sses its groat' A is slated br a   

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