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Waukesha County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 18, 1857, Waukesha, Wisconsin 3 1 VOL. FEE BURY 18, 1857. NO. 3. 1HE WAUKESHA ED IVES D A Y tt O N G BY PATRICK H. over Dry Good Stone Office Mails year ix Where the paper is left by the 1.75 If payment is within three 25 bo if not in six months RATES OP One column per year Half 25.00 Quarter 15.00 One square 11 linos or 8.00 Any of the above amounts 3 the above of tin above of the psr not four I 00 per fur every lino fifty OSK ono JI 00, each quent twenty-five E. ST. JULIEN Attorney and Counsellor nt Solicitor in and for the of ovor Alain Wisi I OWEN Notary and will to the of nt n considerable reduction former To be found nt Court House during 1 WILLIAM in Clark i A. over Cabinet Wis. t Attorney and and K. M. Attorney nnd Counsellor nt nnd Notary lic in ROBERT Jr. M. D. nnd Office nt his corner of Main nnd J. M. nnU hix resilience on tho of nearly opposite tlie Methodist 1 JOHN G. in 1 POET To first Erc or Hie and as it. miy and Tha of him cm toll in doth confido with a scorns to will fill each day joy and misery Ara not while in their They ths prUh of X strewn with flowers A sceno of strife They with will femile is Inhere e'er tn her A is in perfection failing to display in its loveliness inclined to A v.i. mm: ver did T dignity will find tho m Who on worn in Will mourn his folly when too the came from is bold observed iho young if liis thoughts is up with and dares to nt the iho very tace of the only try do her mischief only try the sho aftur shu responded has put about and stands lo watch the retiring iO tin gnu cut my again Ho dur for 1 I is a pity that hadn't HII armod ter in port that would fail than she fo that we give her a lad approaching dress thai oi a nnd his are you said the did you gel back from your I. was in hopes to find the for Mr. but I that it will bo weeks before i want to have a brush wu wilh was a captain Though as by To ho was bound A beautiful lot iio led happy For no ono day he ch to rsc ct A Says wife's n perjured She U a She doesn't fur your fir With him she In nil hor of Fur him to his .My my ncr My lewd Neither with nur with For a sti I'll put tha And shiny her with Uin Our excellent has Othello a neo lairo is 1 them John on dock and took sigh tat the which was about a is a but we will her if slm dares to venture for we may get some fresh and tables from her if nothing 7 I put on iho other on as wo aro till the sloop an If we run for hor sho will lake in The sloop slood cut for half a her beat down land The delayed her chase jl too far from tlie entrance of harbor to gul back and then putting run for her so as to her off. The sloop lo nnd the hor toward ihe harbor she had dent of of his the English lieutenant satisfied that the was already and at tho efforts of thu sloop to qet under length near enough to pign sue that her decks covered with and rare haul wo said the chickens pie for iho whole to AND There was a day when Talleyrand ar- rived at on foot froin It the darkest hour of tho French Pursued by tho bloodhounds of the reign of wreck secured a passage to in a about to Ho OF WILLIAM 111 At length the spread to tlw and reached the young and blooming She ed of her wilh true greatness of She gave orders every lady in her every ho c was n beggar and a wanderer jof every menial who nigo to earn bis broad by had should IO a of his there any staying at your he the leave Kensington She locked self during a short in her burned some arranged nod to cross her of the and roust pig aat -j that hovers and iho harbor with such I dii you get into Have you been the bnv this I would give a if I could have a hand in capturing tbe with ihu puling his arm in of the Your words 1-ttt express mv own I have conceived a plan for capturing the what sir u illi will show The I'm in a mity 1 appears to thu which she takes men to British and also plunders the must draw it ail as hard as your of such things contain which wiil let I at ihc lime jilan is to ch: rier an twill put tho helm hard so that the old the looking ono that it is sloop will pay off and fall aboard to in yet a for I am lo would hko a lo a in Iho landlord hesitated a moment and then There a up Blairs from America or England I cannot Ho pointed tho and who in his and ascended the A blo suppliant stood before tho person of days there were many lions of hope and Tho a regular Yankee skipper she the holm Miti and hiis a stout said tlie look frightened out of their as begin to think they are done Sloop ahoy ye across the in the si ou to heave if its all the samo to the disguised impress in you to the you must draw aft as hard as your for must wink and of I shall curse j liy her i lead her nrd order you to but don't with hencoops with pens with and a few and or by way of You tender will find i ed as 1 succeed as 1 1 shall ship about concent in the W. D Teeth on dour south of tno ROBERT 1CENZIB. Fashionable nnd making dono to order tho and most approved on Shop over Newton's 13 in Dry Dry next door east of 1 mind keep pulling the hard to ibn rest to mo. Now my he through the but the commander of the companion grasp of no laughing if 1 your and When I my foot on iho deck over your throw off tho leap on am id command of mv follow me ly I or I will sink What of When I get vou palavering shouted the I k I shall be able to 15i.il a dick he will not The iwo vessels were now side and side to very But nil will in tho sime abeam o of the j each the tender to ant c what j Drugs and Glass anil Main CAllOLL located nt fn for whether or to any in of tlie By P. Honey's old MICHAEL Kiid of tlie PATRICK Rnot dealer in and of nil kin und of thy two ol Root nnd Shoo 2 doors of vt Newton's store St. I n. nnd Counsellor nt and Solicitor in 1 nt Sc Notary Solicitor in 1 P. BIG ELO and tho N. will attend to and of land in the I DR. ana aha .to the of in all its I E. arid Counsellor At Water St. l fc VAN and Counsellors nt JOHN L. nt nnd Solicitor in Chancery I and nt and Solicitor in above Bank 1. H. L. Solicitor nnd nt No 2, Martin's 1- ADOLPHE FB 1C TENDER THE CHAPTER 1. It early on sunny g tho progress of the war with Great thu a voting the Battery had his drawn to a group of earnestly engaged in watching two just visible down tho my ho in n hourly tone as ho joined again chasing a aii old touching the lip of his as he noticed the ton oh Here's a said a mailer's male who stood nnd at the handing it lo my with a as ho took the in- and placed it to bis liy its he clearly distinguish an armed schooner of abont sail of u and hat was making every exertion to both by lowing and her is si mile M V but the like in chase of a The don't stand any chance of past the That lender can nnd I am tbe one that ought lo know said a ton She was a pilot and was ihu fastest craft that over danced over the Three weeks I and in y crew out in when yon English frigate suddenly her appearance out of a fog and us lo. But I took mv pulled for land n nnd for the fog so lhat the Englishman could nol gel a glimpse of me. It is my schooner have turned into a and that's made si many captures last three of our Sho carries forty a 1 observed you join me be n hundred fathoms off. don t be too fren wilh your pow responded Fiank der and I let go that are with to U- iho on deck to help if you can I I I to sins lait Tin's reply in such an inimitable Yankee the c nant a You Frank Now we want to proceed at once to I you go to the r. n in and up about five and Take who are dining and pin nnd I answered the young nnd with a hearty will he to draw it lo At the same ment the American officer put ihe helm hard and tho sloop rapidly payed oil right towards iho go that jib sheet shouted tin English you fool let it I Let you see aro going right aboard tho Cap- tings Aminidab pulled tho and took a turn with the a fur Let none of them is commanded by a luff and added I he master's mate d a observed man who had nut yet that ciaft could be It aint for a piii her nose of harbor be- yond the there they could along the coast in light and show her their that iho long gun the tons ill Pou another or back into port no less tlinn six in the last three I shall bo for lying off Belgium 2379 I think wo II swallow tha English frigate by Barrel or anil pick our teeth with tna All remarks the you tig continued through tho lender know lest we should be i'd bv information being conveyed to the Yon will find enough in these hat will ask no Meet The English officer was lo pour a volley of oaths upon seeing that the sloop would certainly fall foul of he turned to give orders of his own but before he me at twelve o'clock at tho exchange could titter i the bows struck rending and to her near the and The midshipman then his nnd tin the The tenant d the taking the whom ho knew before him his The tar it with all to the on account of lay idle a large vessels of They were not long in discovering such a as m a Hudson sloop of seventy was immediately put round stern with At the in- stant the American stamped on the and forty armed men made their appearance from the hatches and and and leaped after upon Tho taken by surrendered without striking a and getting both vessels under in thu very sight of iho gallant young captor sailed with his prize back into the and safely anchored her the in trim for sailing bv tho after an absence of six hours and and three or four men whom he employed twenty-seven while the to buy up and send on board A of Yankee girls put a in the hired man's to see if they could not got him to Daniel threw tho frog out of tho window never said a Soon after ho put a half bushel of chestnut burs in tho girls and about tha ho thought thoy would mako tho least Daniel then went tho in went tho girls but they did not burs Calling lo he them lo bo CHAPTER II The morning following these ihe of tho British was standing off and on under ensy and The wind was from the and blowing a fiv knol Tho sky was without cloud and n gentle the surface of was u clipper built very row and constructed wholly wilh an eye to her sailing and cho gave i roof of them by She carried amidships a long thirty-two crew of about thirty mon in uniform of ihe British They were now principally assembled on the on the windlass talking lo or watching ihe of ihe a full faced English was lounging Ihe holm of his for this so to steer cried tho from the of tho v quickly the two points the I tho mid- glasi at n' sloop just out of the Yankee of A in Mr. through the goes ji cried 'the n and jot of Tho n rattled tho latch Out for ho only wanted to if of- pesky gin tew dollars tow find A Hotel keeper in Boston boards lovers for a week less than other There is philosophy in Love is very ethereal in its and can live on know a young man who took iho in tho na and hosub a mouth OH n German flute and a In tho farther comer of the dimly light cd sat a man of some arms and his head bowed a flood of light poured on his His ives looked from beneath the downcast and upon peculiar and ching expression His face was a king tho mouth chin was in- of an iron his i i rous even with the of fifty although clad in a but rich nnd dis- each other and themselves in a way which indicates of medical science in that The de- was it was scarlet it was spotted it was A t one moment which in truth showed the cause to bo almost weru hailed as indications of re- turning At all doubt was opinion proved lo be It whs plain that the Queen was sinking under of the most malignant lime William remained night and day near her The little couch op which he when he was in spread for him in the but ho scarcely lay down on it. The Ilia the Dun h envoy was enough to melt the hardest Nothing seemed to be of the man whose severe had been the der of soldiers on day and of old sailors on PASSINO TUB ALPS ox From to the able railroad structure in the world ed the Alps nrn literally i The passage of the ng Alp is achieved by of t vaulted and tho are spanned by a of the most finished and The longest tunnel feet in and it is an elevation of feet above level of The road windi a round the n so a- in five miks of road are constructed to one milo in and the gradients 10-j feet to It is as Iraki ire going down iho inclined to ob- serve the tracts appearing so in their decent as 11 seem almost but the engines well that the is soon ed. Tho narrow valley which mountains is filled with and and in some tho so narrow flint the backs of the houses are built against lLo ular which rise to a hight of many hundred upon the top of railroad track is nnd looked upon mountain it ha to feel that it was n reality and not dream of Talleyrand that he a from acd the impression that the before i ful sheets of 1 11. TI. A him an solicited hia kind and friendly He poured forth his history in eloquent French and broken am a I am forced to fly New without friend or homo You aro an me. then I beseech of a letter of that 1 may bo able to earn my I am willing to toil in any life of fabor would be P. ryin You will give me a letter to your A gentleman liko yon must have many Tho Wilh a look that Talleyrand never he re- treated towards tho door of tho next his eyes looking still from neath 1m darkened Ho spoke as ho retreated backwards his voice was of am the only man in tho New World who can raise his hand to God and say I have not a. one in all Talleyrand forgot Iho overwhelm incr sadness of tbo look which ed are you as the strange man retreated to the next your ho a smile that more of mockery than joy in its convulsive my name is lict Ho was Talleyrand sank in the gasping Iho the you ho wandered over the earth another with a mark upon his Tho report that it was so cold ono day as to break off a maniago en- by the freezing up of the young is doubted .by tho general effect of a cold nigh t is to bring the marriage fever to a A California jury in a suicide case 11 found tho deceased a A wise Business before as the man said when ho was compelled to to kiss his will open with 5 fett of clear in tho This will admit iho of boats of 200 want to gill why kiss If you If a pretty girl to kiss lot It is PrescOtt to bo an His grandfather commanded while father was of war tho sanid the of each at Not elephant killed aii for an insult offered in iwas this by the but it for mo to resist that iuso of yours honor 01' was so great manj that every ho touch with changa l' from Foolo lib it to who in of of domestic saw the running unchecked down that of which stern sure had been disturbed by any by any of the were in. The King drew nnd an agony of is no be was the happiest on and I am the most She you know her but could not her undertook to her she He was afraid that such a. abruptly might her with much But she soon caught his and with gentle womanly so puts our bravery to submitted herself to tho will of called for a small in hei most were locked gave orders that as soon as she was no it should be delivered to iho and then worldly from Slie received the and icr of the office unimpaired and though in a gave her an nt that day I've it ady ne'er upon with much nnd such a Sho observed been long standing at her and with that sweet courtesy ml to faltered ic would sit and repeated them till 16 After sho had received iho ihe simk and uttered only a she tried to of had so and she unabk O He succession so his Privy in a neighboring his v und if nt tha to hip of A ih WPS n nost from the sick of 19 bright eyes and to Our for such girls those men le who secure such Contrast who do sigh all o follow the who earn tht that or shoes they wlo aro languid and lazy from ono but a prefer one if lie for 'a 3ivo us the working worth their weight in never a of a spider or a 10 sirs meet joy you out pulling on oi show J you foul u l. JV they calo o a situation honor tho heavens n plight I Sho- 'A jury in n beings IN or TUK OLD A walking in iha sir dor out- iho earih ns it sho in Sho a curljr which walked close by alt tuil of which her crinoline did toil wish pleasure it in hurt from snick oin A tho tuil tiid il waved to nnd liko a rudder should The curly narf nnd walked Indy in kind of doggish Each Hep now did served tq increase her whilo who in her wake wilh held tin so and fairly nnd ninny even Mill that to But in crinoline and unmindful or dog liy her soon another dug espied the In il fluttered fO ire he not liia with a ferocious fur ball the dopa wore quickly one or Iio nothing know but hnr tailed her wny nine tny she hare ut the hind not do know that there in tho is tho Queen of him she camo with great If to girl hy Utes you can. If irl wants to kiss Ot course WK ft. Lady in applied r p divorce on tho ilim ind will persist in his fast in It iho first ho woro was of 10 Indies in wailing on Ihu that for higher authority fur ihan that? Tho a to all who road and Ilia Thoy are honest the beforo mil 66id who wag compelled lo kin other in: for two a week r iove is vo on know young lan who the in Vlie o we will go W A tr IM i M i rr n i Imr Ih can. V tlie
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