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   Whitewater Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1856, Whitewater, Wisconsin                               WHITEWA in aruotrft la SntrKigpnrp, ;Citmifurr, Jorpign mib Domrsfir Mnus. you; WALAVOUTH co., (AVIS.) TKURSDAV, AUGVST 2s, TIIK WHITEWATER (.JALETTE, i: uv J. A. LEONARD A. EMERSON. OFFICE: srouv. TERMS: jicr annum in advance, or at tlic expiration of i Kmcr Hit: lion. HI llci be six months. RATES OF ADVERTISING C .liinin, on.: y.- M MBER ;5. The .Modem Ainrrlrnn Urpivsrnutivr. A MK: OIHIA.MA- IX OM; ACT. 1'rom :t of sketches, entitled .v York in Lift ve cull these deseriplionsof well known individuals, as they arc seen in streets nf Gotham: ie scene _is laid in the dining room ol Wiihird's A slcnder man, uhi l stuck Ksh style, a pair ol rt (iifjirc-ailatii-e in Cun- The table c! appears, yet have I not hell heard sound. I thought -'twas cu-tomarv to awake the boarders I or the matin me: I. jlHJ Such negligence is inexcusable. What hu there, n.'i.i )n ,-i i or -li'mes, v.-l ate'er thy name. Seck breakfast lor myself aiid friend, iustnotor It'iiitcr (submit (vould. your honor, glad obey, but e innot. v-i ('ar'I-i, tiv.; or 1. S. llr-it liK.-rti'Ui, In-, il flr-t ii iK-.'in.'nl in-' rli.iii. 'li C'.ntinnril nnnl :ill I, mil nrrnniri'liu'lit. II. How? Caiin it liaseal W. Your honor must obtain an order j From the powers that be the time's so lure. i I dare not risk the punishment which 1 might "-i n' t C.'iii II. I If in such disobodic nee discovered It. Co Got the' hence" t'. I'ravnin, Thou vile and miserable kfast, warm. 1 an.I :it in Cirri -.TV n-n.l fniilirullv t" nil I., th.-iii. I )--rril Vi.'l i nn.l.-i- Ni.nl, I Mi.n V. r. out, deep set eyes, sack coat. His stei) is qui :k. and his swing awkwardly, as if he were tr 'ing t, knock his elbows together behind him. Albcr. Urisbane, the Socialist the capitalist, .11 odd circumstance lor a radieal in York So nehow or other lie always looks as if he wrre ntte npting to think out some problem a litllc too diffu .dt for him. Old gentleman in carriage. A well built, portly oid man, full, ruddy faco. abundant hair, good lorebea 1, kindly, int. iligent look. Dr. Francis, the encyclopedia o! hi.- orical information, especially in local hi and eneol- .Simebody in an open b.irouel.e. d: iutily. He looks, like a doll; is it alive We'll en-s the street, and so get olose to him. y .ei e "t into the grave! between kind, but his hearing is decidedly that wh'ieh l whirled by elemental be of a gallant man with a dn-h oi pue'iy i sto1'. of oceanic torrents, the and enthusiasm in his nature lie f-t-'ie'-: o-vcf 'edges we: c ground tojiowdcr; by wliat his chest w.dl oat and head and irs Stains were sown broad- eye has a steady brilHai..... that tell-, '''IM. htinian science can but laintly scs aud a will that would' tuiie hN nVelv to vtmv- ili'nins havo lace a rilio at fifty yard.--, lie made an ,..l F-neiple of growth or reproduction, speech, starting out ouietiv, but presently wai-irn- i'll! s ami saying things full of pith and pun-'emV-L' I ,U' "'V '.'i' dilU-ront the grains The greeting of the mighty ma-, humanity sway- i 'i 'V A.' mg iu the streets was hko'the of ie u'-1 Alternation ol ceed tune and Jiar- like the d.vp voice of the sea sounding th'rou-Y, a .'uysterkmsly organlwd hard, storm. It was cleat that .Mr. wa- f e "'rajis saw, when you t hi breaklast Avaunt or well I know my passion will o'erpower mo, And I some deed ol horror soon shall do. [K.fit It'n tcr. M.i: hi .'ill '.f :.n.( lln, 1C. M.iin Sir, Wliili I'.IIIIK. .it X, D M.iin Sir, Wliili'iv.n.T. M.'.Iii'in.'J. Il.v- .luir.. I'.IIIIK. iiih, Siiitl.m T.V iunl ink -1 I In In-y C.n.1-. (o-.v k.-ry, ,4 thlili ii. .v .ti. I .Millliii-ry Ur dye and upon our word tlierc's a hair of the -ami: straggling out under the jaunty, oiled wig! How straight be sits, ami how be simpers, an i how i c lin- gers the with a. delicate white linger -tuck out, as il a mere touch were :t' his -.'hole baud might govern a team of elephants Tin Ha- r.ni Spoiaseo. with no end of m--d.ca! from It. IU I.I.- ciMMi-.v ,v n-.-.i I in lll'V (i.i.i.i-, I in.i s.iit, ir., iii nil A MY. ST1 T, li. s, eoi'K. .j..i. I N.nN.'sili, i I.II I.-'1! J. J. ST.UCV. A- i -i. I' ..i.l.i.r in.nl.: l.i.u'.l.'r. 'I .-'i .-n K.iilrouil .-u-C'-t. n ,1'e! A. (t. COTT, I I .il ...1 ,f.'Iry lii.in- I .ill l.i, nl- :i'..l I. Mlv.-r' i MiU.inl..." ...-III. S. II. O.tl It .V waiter has been e.ideiuoriug to obtain th desired meal. Herbert and friend seated at a lab'e on which are plates, knives, forks, i tell tbec tba' my blood did warm within me, And strong desire I felt to utterly destroy him. Hitter Kwing (Ike liiiid icaitcr.) K. Sir. I am but------ -Aiiotlicr'.' Out, villain! hound 1 want thce not arm.ml me (let me my breukfa.-1.! A'. sir------ II. hear me Dost see this pistol i .Vow, by mine- head, if but three moro j I have to wail, thy j rains shall strew the llo.jr. j K. Without an or lor from the oflicer, .-ir. I dace not. at this in ur, accede to your demands, If you will wait----- i hireling hound, take ;kul lor thy reward And dare not thus address a Meprescnlative again. [Throws chair at followed up with ci.ll'cc urn, plates, forks, iVc. delend.i himself. Other w liters rush to his assistance. A All j general ine'vij CUM OH, in tin: midst oi which llor- iniinediately you may c 'ii-idt bin: eon- lidentially. or by lelter. il you choose. I; w II be worth money to see that genilennui- il.ey s y he lion ol the day. I lis spunky conduet'in the lireo-.s lillieulty has him a national reputalion at one of the most euviable Ki id. He ha-, -paired oii'1-' with i some soulberner and will until the pi'c.-idential i.'i.-.-c- i" lion stump the we-tern .vtates ft s A "I'orcn OK r.- inleiior a seminal germ, a living of Califoruia gold into tho .t will lie unchanged lo the-end .o it fill.- not mi.re cold a grain nt our gold, our blessed 1 lo a mystery. In a lew its upwards, it is u calves, stays, moustache, teeth, rat a bald, bare. I, shriveled old granny he ould be straight, trim built, prompt vigorou.-; man. well dressed, with strong brown hair, beard and i mus- tache, and a ijuiek and watchful eye. He -tops alertly by, watching everybody. Charles A. I an.i, chief editor of the iX'ew'York Tribune, a ma i of lough, strong intellect, tremendous prejudices re! ed on. and excellent Down the other side goes one with a dry, s iare, hiird visage, black eyes, an I a huge white bea d ol A OK wears a lull beard V: "I'V ll is il alter the dictates of and the oflh.'-i ll it-dl. but it wtid-s c.irly Cinistians. To tins protection he attributes ''I' '1.'-lv' green, m a great degroe. the pn soi vaiion teeth, whiel, I r" ll' -1' to a stalk.it are pcrlect. amid the m-s of t, i 't arrays itsell moro which be has subjected, and Ins IVon, i K" leafy the frost. S.nn: time the 'v vciitinn, a number ol wi-.-aere- :l husband'.t I'Vemont that he should sbaveoil-hls beard and "1.1' Mill his hair dill'.Tontlv. thus oh- .u vegi'tablo jectiuii to his noniui'itii.n Hi- r-ply wo-ihy id v'ls- surcharged with -I, "i the whole Vo, k i 'T (lele.'ation mv M-e', U'il.'- 1 l'llni) the i- !-I hiMvlp-ds ol grains w. that 1 should wear my beard as 'il i- and pert i 1-- s-mg ll.e same. w. nderlul uv hair a little wider than 1 now. me one instnict ____...._ INVIH; Hie same 'i :ii-e bundr.'d and twenty grains on the ear w lieh I hold in my band. A nil now I say, sir. o! (hi: Iran-vein lent of ours. Kie yield this year wil! b at lea-: ten or iiftccn time.- that of 1'alifornia. high, and weighs about two hundred inn! twen- ty-five pounds, lie is now in the sixty-fifth year c! his age. enjoys porloet healtlyiud his strong and vig- orous constitution 'enables Jhim to bring to his iniel- i lectual labors all the energy ol manboo aided by long and varied experience in public and national affairs. AN M. have lieard a good story concerning i. h bert '.'raw.: .1, Keating liiro'igh the heart, who. la iiu- dead, i.s immediately mr- fill dirge his i ody Thus jieri-h ali such hireling I dignity is ;i tbiny t.io .sa.-red to be trilled wilh liv such as In1. Koii .b his taint- the air! somewhat ragged appearance, ile slrijes tdon re- gai-dlessly and rapidly, a book in his hand, it tho ig'.it .....re oi his head, a mo; t nr :ical a certain town Jiijm.r agency, not a hundred miles straw hat outsid" of it, turned sharp up behind and Hartford (.'.nin., v. hich will do to iiri.it. A free and down hcioro. like a country 1'oy's, and a sui mor looking applied to tin; storekeeper for coa' streaming Ib-.g liki; lion! bis I le is a pint ot rum lor imvhiiiiical It was senior partner ot a book and job printing lirin own town. Rsbaw what is ho'worth describing 1 Wait a minute'. The firm is itlw a firm ol BJUI. per editors and publishers. It is the firm ol Vm. C. Kryant Co. the, seuior partner, the hiic iii-va.v.-ny. s'ridinj; jv" lomnn, is, i not our foremost and noblest poet, abreast, with the ore- I most and. moreover, a strong, valiant, an.! un -11111- more yet. and absob tely A big. man, willi a face lil e :t Von r.iiist, tell me what you are doing with ;-i .THIS. x m) I IN VII UK I'nrlr.iil p Onl.-.l ..nlv-i-y. -i.. ,1 .-ii ..11 ,y iin.t i> l.-fl uilh Mr-. I'.iikiu.-i n .1. N- ('..iinlv S irvry.M-, I'ivil .III.'IT. hi.tinu III'- l-1.il iiinl li'-M i.i. I.--, Ii. j as he. hoi, .1, tamt, the air beef-steak, little piggy eyes. 4ueer, dry, stra gbt. fi a ii I Hi tin il. I'll, lin r In thr i harsh, ooar.-e hair, made up of brownish red mil I H'fii-cil Inj his [nitilii x'ntinii. grey, rather dirty clothe-, ami ijnitu. dirly, ye low dog skin gloves. Ib; goes rolling a'l.ng along i i an i j elephantine style, aud lor fear oi being trod on. p -ob- experiment, are obliged to use this in carrying itout. riinin. ULI tutr. Jii'tirc tin Irmh. ;il'ly, people get out of the way. 'J'his is (l-.-r-e Jii-tirc. Were you a co.mnon hireliii-. such as lie "ever will be I're-ideiit. Tho agent handed over the liimor. and asked, ns furnished him, and he disappeared, but long alter- wards for another pint. What itre jou to do with a.-kcd the The liijiior was measured out, and paid lor. and he same person ..nee more eared for a third 'nt. This the a-ent thought best to relisse him. Oh, it's all party of ns arc trying an Tho.-e pe..pie, and many m ..re. go a'.ou' the MIC. m. JII-.SI.1! SIM-..'.-, n. (nli in i 1NT the cnstomor receive is your Why, the fact, is, said Mr. Coon, jamming the bottle safely into his; oyerc'iat pucker. a couple ol gives a fanciful but agree j to see wbetber we cannot get drunk on i tliat .Jewish woimn are so n nch J'Uin. We have finished a quart of it so far 1.1 "ill lu vi.it v K, i-.'J i.ml H ill hi. iiml film IXMCMI, 1 i.n.l ivik.-r. A I.n's.- vnrii'ly "f .-ill KiniN in, i "ii I- mil. ntlli ,i'u.l .Mi-li, i.'iil M-i'i'inl .I.'.T w.-.-t -.f II. MI.in1. you slew, Our indignation won d knew no bounds: Hut as you are a h' 'pre.-entative, and a gel tlcm withal, Ar.d blue but dyed y air bands in plebeian blood I'lie court can but ri jret (he deoi" iiidiirnity forced you to this deed i handsomer than the men of their nntion. He ays j without much hope o! success and either we or the Had the deceased billed you', -'twould been -Jewesses baye e.-caped the curse which rum wili have to give it up on this bottle." murder! j "pon their fathers and husbands ami sons. At a Uut circumstances n'ter cases, and my respect for .lev.'css was to be seen nmong the crowd of pr ests A m-TOiiMAs's or HK..UTV.-III I'hiladelplna vonr i''''''-'s "'bo insulted the Son of .-com -cd tho other day. :i i'l-cmont man was c.cctioiiecriiig not io Uo'move than re.p.irc, Him will, thorns and subjeeted lim a Murdy and verdant Dutchman and ainong That you shall, in ten thousand dollars bail, be to "he minmy and agony of the cross. The wo. ,cn her reas.u.s ui-ged his eiu.sH.era ;on t hat be ol Jndoii believed in the Savior, and as-ii'-ted ind should vote l.u1 l-remout. from Hie laet that I'. To answer to the eharge of manslaughter. A uf Bet! any was a woman of rare personal beauty, while Old i- i- on liis bead precious oii'tni- nt, which she i was a baehelor and 1'ilimore I wo Incnds ot H. e, ter into bonds lor bun, and lie a (l[ Tlll, looked rellocriyc at this v.-mark. Pen you retires, amid loud shou Is Irom Ins Iriend, w.ulc the ,v; say .Mrs. iM-emont ish a butivool womaus. eh Justices make a p, bow. his, n merev to the Oil' w-'- the reply, ''she is as beaut, ul as a 'Inti-r (he (..'.ulilcs- Ubcrly. vh-Jhttx been an ulxcrv- Jewesses. Ho raised from the dead the son oi the with a. bcamilul and a---------' Cf iiji'tiir. widow of Nain, and .Martini's brother lie y.in eali a you tell me Tu IMS-., ii i-dll.u1 i-f the fttll n i ii rii ir savs Tre-r-i with low heads, do bear seoner and better, In prairie-', headed trees are the only ones that e in hub! up their or on their fruit. They: re nal nraily sbnp.'d fruit bearers, aud they are miser: My unpopai.-ir wiih that of purchasers m al.-iit tu-e.- iltan tlie men who raise them. Thi- a i.-.o t important subject, and Iruit growo's will never re; -nt lint onee. if they pruno their t high, l.ikc most tyros we began so loo, in d it has inliiclcd one perpetual sorrow upon us. 'I be low tree is healthier, not t-ubjcet to aft'ee-, tion i or in.-cets. not injured by winds, the iruit i ea.-ier gathered in fact, every reason is in ii' low growth. Wo now try lo form a bond net hi than three lect Irom the ground for ap- ples, b'tlinjr the branci-.es grow out. the speculating dealers or pro-lni t T.-; pi-i -'.eiited us from reeeiving our due sup- of :he Leantitul eorn crop ol la-t year, wear, now gelling it in the Ibrm ol good beef and that, ton, in Dnring the past two weeks about eighty thousand In el entile have been e-l, tin most ol them fr, in Ohio. Indiana and For th same time last year we received, irom every source, "illy I. "urliu; ;tock reports, pubiisbcd lhi m- r.ln- unit i-iiit: iMnl iimn- nin.vi- i Tbe screen for murder. And so the servant is, Where it should be master. Alas! that this, my best-beloved child, America, -hould so d sgracc its birth. i .May the time ijuickly dune, when Tho'ngh higii in ollice they may be, Intrusted with the of nations, even, Shall be but ruffians -till, and as such treated [K.rciint I.AD1KS' DRV GOODS Sl'OUK lly I'IMiMAV, M.MX STIIKKT. iK n.iv In- IdllllJ ill this a of piu-sionate Judge to the woiii.iu in adukeiy. i'he daugliters of Jerusalem wept ovi r him: the oly women accompanied him to Calvary br-.uglit Jliin balm and spices and weeping, sought Him in the sepulebrc. Woman, why weepest tliou His irst How I.AMHS roi: et.rre- ol the Maine Funnel' says that Air. J'ilisha er I Orland had for years led grain to his sheep, for the periio-e of Jovwarditig bis lambs but receiv- ed, but liul-j bcnilit therefrom, lie at last thought there might b.; a heller v.-ay. so lie tried im.- meiito.' leedlng his limbs w'itb  'i o-trichcs, we cannot help .Mt-rtuo.'.-. llrliitu.'-J an.t ivcci.c.I a nt'W of jan ,v co JJ Tcleiiraph op-rators occasionally liay; some i rather singular brought to them for trans-. 1 nn hun.l, vni'i.'tv.ir mission. The following is a copy ol one .landed 1 illtl) tcUgr.ij.1. oficc in Utica tj be lorwarcdd- 11. Ji'linirn. j I, appearance alter the resurrection was to Mary A ag. !lml ;l.' :ls :l o.-trich e-g omelet: a hole in daleu. He sii.l to her'.Mary.' A t tho sound of His can trink six mugs lager bier, without chokni. ,K tlirough which is intro- voice .Mary .Magdalen's eyes were opene 1, and fhc ''Ohl mit von humpo-. I does n! yute pepper. The egg then well answered. IVIaster.' Tho rellectUm of some b, au- lor riKl" :l ;ls to ibrouglily mix the white, the yolk, tiful ray'must have rested upon the brow of the i "Clt tlfU ingredients inontionod. It is "tlion Jewess. j :.-iies, whore it is baked to perfection. ii. .SMITH  l (l.'i'.l-, (.'r.u kt-ry, JJy referrm.11 '1'hird epistle of Joim, 13th and 1-lth verses. Signed---------v A r.j'iT.vi'ii Ik-iv I'-r cut Hi'.- riii.r.' in' I. I .iii.l'J e s.itrif. K. A. SMITH. II Al.l, .V CO. ing to the text, it will he scon that there i fellow, in his poem of has the foil st-wur. i 's 
                            

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