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Waukesha Democrat (Newspaper) - March 26, 1850, Waukesha, Wisconsin WAUKESHA 1 I VI HV MORNING f ion in advance 00 months 00 be n i MI I li the list al rates ol I on ly I I l O I Lt Tn day rif tin Older S i cadi week MATERNAL AFFECTION and depart as ns you for O her heart is broken by the lines may nut he deemed very poetical Tho fatal day Previous tn bin n i-j po trv the fci ol i the jail lie had exhibited the sunie calm heart the subject at is winch always characterized NO 37 the emu it irk it trul u as ays him At 11 1 2 ho placed m u can h was conduct him to the ol exe- in Thomas St Uis fortitude as trim r was inspired by the in 1 homas St His fortitude as nr the s i run remarked nl 1 bil nt sky loll us I H'J fell thai he was in u let h lias been to fool au i hu K new I hat his blood would cement hib r ami Y a we nr ol country's At a short distance leaders i u- dt tin ol the carriage iit he was feel a n i i fj evening 6 G 1 U on 7 i la o oi st 1 I I d at feel ii holy irid oued ti iii s1 irred m if is the de irost in hie he h oued ii followed which had one a and beautiful girl at the which as a pora Y one raided a by n d the n of i s love one raided fi uin a by is pli the snides of associ some la 1 across empty barrels ales arc und in tho ance of the flood some of hi early college enjoyment xu not flic to tears uf that i i in i alighted the ascended lir io in exhaustions form tho fi-iirlcs-s step us one us I'm com s over -n u ware crowded M I 1 Men it L iu learn In low lli df ils our ke a in Vv ilde NI t nut th of til lini s but Ii should not 1 estate o receive him tho uf i- one jon pun trust fur ho iit purest lui s and with children and dy men s for Air Robert within a few yenrs shed but -A -in d to uu Ail 1 O h at tho s u t i 11 3 f il I l I 11 V i i or evil nor an u are in tho I ch of tho line my i child Ii t his hands to sin which would n I ace o I i t h r to know ro- I r re of ii love is invest x this man the world i lil hi'S oil of Much s one so n 11 b ted He vv is indeed the child of Ireland's Tic 1 boi hardened shoo v i woman Tho on the martyr's and d liis The old man d world lor wept like some enthusiast boy The croud to and fro as if their moved them Ho tinned to them liis his to tlu m for whom If his life drops to s ay whose misery like Ion he went joyfully to tho fold he turned and spoke in the full sonorous middy tone u was heard so often in his college s nnd delight j I in svith universal lov and kindness to ards all nnd he have ye no A vessel left on the of the very that i uf that nt was to abdicate in favor of OASS who was to take o tlie Wit te House as liis in thi We tt it not ut unlikely that such n circulate ut be bo- o ii ci so are e people in nil 11 1 in uomo not of our j and of in which Republic ar made u report too that another w is time not R but Id be the pont ior emb nt that urr to Oi ho nothing that is for a military has il ie for s emit fro n interruption the New f 11 an not the ex- ii y would nnd oKo would hu e n i 1 i stop it wo suppose that sit mers place fur th force or wt h we i nth to a o lo be si In w len the seat of was lield in York cer ain discontented HINTS FOR THE SEASON This vegetable should be sowed as early m the spring as the state ol the weather and condition nf the soil will admit I even them do veil when sown the was out of the oven when experienced iu excess being but slightly lo their during the of th ir developement if in deed it at all A portion of every should be appropriated to this nutritious and ful vegetable especially as it is oue of the two vari I les of which mils us to use in a green s an of food I am not ut of tho cultivation of thut depart of labor reserved to be in a extended essay and ut a time On this subject a late writer the culture of they nre in the three feet ruid the tidier four or feet asunder J ii are Kept free from hoe when they an this the yield be smal as peas require much air and space they are always lobe jirod m than when AN to amend the existing laws to the assessment taxation of personal The of ike nf Wisconsin and da as J allows That each subject to taxation in giv rig his personal property for shall be permitted deduct ironi the sum of all monies and all debts due or to become due the sum of all inst and bona fido debts and liabilities due by iiim to other and lie shall be assessed for tho balance re- if any there bo MOSES M Spender of tbe Gov of tlic Senate Approved February 9th NELSON was arc sown pai ith each other The I1 kind marrow a Did nit thy or courage ye he.-irt make her ye riot hedge of bayonets the r of 1 Hast him from his Tears teni s i for no your blood for him The rope is round his proud neck one rush M d r I art p I I oi y O I lot i r in -n 1 conns ii s one charge ot the scaffold d to earth die for him die wilh hi n and be redeemed Not a hand is i M i i 111 i i a l 11 11.11 ambitious who molehills s be into t nf ving vrn the in a letter 1 to Colonel of said it n to satisfy such men for that disappointed and chagrined be- cause on visi the sent of Government thoy thought l leir were in they sought ir n dissolution of the Union a cure fur led vanity ben we see men up ears at cvcy likely over whatever has a tendency to minister to a morbid appo he for civil and conten tiou help thinking that the assigned by th immortal ashington for the discontents of 1 is day are equally applicable to some of our modem political Lucifers hern rows the disposed I s I 10 thy he mv his watch the hat is f-u he clasp the ol Ins friends he pins on il d m Us influence upon tho -Are you Sir maternal love K ho i- No he has hope lift has 11 M r ec Tin V 11 i I i r ns ili one ar buJi diet il lui lli lime n rn i 1 and w ll 1 G d God thoe my I df nn thj to DIP I Pat on i to me ever i A- tn in blest when right iky hen v itli I oT ll e counsels or been told that him that ins band nre tor a lie ia jjam ui v ii relined are ye Ye u ho have 3 d -al h sid and in vull u ho into the white of his eyts and looked at h'm win re ui e ye while is not r i voice not a manly blow a n Xot the word it choked is ered the tin faces are by a of horror the of Thomas are blood A- 1 An I In IT nil 1 ii r liad dl I lay O mo and bj and i liodi a ii U i il C i III J lo done ed nod i ol e V the Unit d p 1 11 I'd II i-a j of formor ir M And niv alut I like a boy vanished und row There l- i 1 oart i- care on VIM i oi ui JIT And i I 1 Ainu ie soric kind tl bo There bisic to tuve mo to lovu mu like or cola nit 1 inn not M hat I v and ad I lunr in tin is Tny at ibe tear JO M MET Jose pi i is 1 the Course in livery Have the coinage to do without that h do not much eyes may et if Have the to your mi d when it that vou should do so to hold your when it is prudent 3 on do so co lo speak to a in a coat oen though arc in ny with n the to own you nre poor iud of its sharpest Have the most you have when you are con- A friend should ii infirmities but not with n I friend's j If ivc the lo wear your old clothes I until jou can lo pay for ones II obey our Maker it risk by man And finally have the courage io lake a paper and pay for ii in a is according to Mr Mil ton ho has ately published a treatise on boos iu n universal specific and its uil e valuable properties be de- claies that 1 pi corisumption and states that -er of human life is not known whore honey i as nn article of food I wbo less faith in the specific p attribute the cause to ol ell nate rather Iban to The Italian it is said are greatly in- to their is en it a fex drops of acid though they ncs a c it in pure state Thf ff V political editor which an to h s s 13 s that he m sin ii dies in mv p-irdeu 1 pursue a different polu j from the After the toil if the is unv of the more diminutive or k nds 1 my dulls four feet apart and having led a small quantity of welt fuied in I This is performed sti stake at the soil it will resist the weight of i the full vinos or siny other weight that I may be to bear upon it R feet from in the hue of the dull I place another and to on to the end Around the inches tho tie ii strong and it the next slake co on to the third proceeding to the end of the drill The cord is then inches nnd firmly secured mound tho hmt d to I commenced dm the t adopt a especial can it is so cured bac md in tins a of od on which take a udy and firm hold They have plenty of uir nnd -is the between is four fott the in- b ir of is easily and The peas be one and a half im lies in dulls nhd tov urcu evenly the suit above being With the hue To the large I allow five eel This is another vegetable by many less mines him ol good phi lady n han jt water o in a religious with a or who not nf the fame faith i bee Use had the wrong side or else not o in her neighbor is obliged to concede to one point af ei arot er until at last there nothing left but question of tv Tin re s id she up to fever you may talk to me till I'll never p my depi I'll cling to that us long us 1 live Punt of H t he of California Supposed o be ue the of uold which was h remainder of the from Ophir 1 fnd it stated in I chi n it of the I have not been ter that they came to n i i I i A Ofi t-i ntc tn him ui his in I fe and Wi fixe few ago n man into our sanctum took off his hat d up a bit of manuscript nud rord ng very closely U'e fd over and a letter out of his har un- folded and com reading it He was so busy that he not discover how ve were him off ii his own coin until we asked him what was ii? was ing woman Why look here he you surely are ina my Certainly wf yon ar private HJ wa plagued us not to mention his nam promised to do so no more and we quit even fl somewhat singular c isc has just tried before tho circuit court of Orange c It that time wifi of Mi aot it IrK 1 IHM tj Lo n i vi j 1 a y A nr found took from -120 talents of gold but in a divorce rom lur and V Oh onicles H chapter vdi verse 18 it is ly marned a yer mimed Crosby TIP to a letter well i nt oi to ot- to ven ember linn as vdi verse 18 it is j ly married a lav yer named Crosby first husband ceded in setting aside Me on the cr wnd of or want of jurisdiction in tho power that -t finit fill im- intercoms his Tho Jury that tooU 450 talents of gold How do you i cc fir discrepancy and vnn The of j to KJ and Let M icr the liberal t privilege ot in his Mne his life to span her a and her Ophir varied 10 so would I account for the difference or they may have i i i ii n non H ill shall what taken 450 talents at und expended 30 for Kio Hiram's in paying tee uir snan raise the veil of hat ships and crews Archbishop calca heart of it lates the silver ut Cd nnd dashed bv a sorrow like 100.000 of silvar at Hint rulo amounts to their i sorrow her heart her to winch mnlt.phod by life of if her saint of saints defeated and desolate beneath the shadow of twelve proportion oi silver to will of The whole HA niv nnd day of building and the lem- 1 i r n winch tills Hold was i- i i f od and ornamental painting -S sa dreams her air built castles swept hke threads her sunny visions of happy home endless ot young fac -s radiant iu d beautiful as his shot out Irom her clouded s-oal her heart widowed o its love and dark night on the i- i f hcr life nc r me isn me i j father soured and shadowed by has turned away his luce from Tier e soul to the quick scars her with his words as of W n I with while hot iron nnd drives her from Ids door with n curse and a push to perish sneering strangers Misery is Touch her heart is broken low when she passes and let no harsh accents arouse her from hcr dream Let her like the mariner contemplate the wreck of her hopes in silence and clasp her hand ple of Solom for which brought from was more than the nation tl bt ov If Ophir was n three year's voyage from the Red S-n then it not in Africa a ct of 1 100 damages in of the plaintiff o i fil now be regarded as perfectly if not iu to the sod The land for I nn speaking of the garden should be strong deep rich for whatever sonn may be pleased to say of their rapacity of g on pour or the very is the case other production requiring not excessively rich soil and an and favorable Mai t to perfect ir growth the pea they are by aud cannot be planted so early in the spring THK For tlie strawberry the soil should be warm an 1 ng an obvious pi of sand sets should be planted about ten inches apart way Horse fresh from thu and by should be applied in liberal quantities to the soil be- fore planting and well bj mrl Hiking in If practicable no portion ol the manure shouk remain nearer the surface of the bed than five inches as nt this depth it t be liable to diy up und will furnish for a portion of the season the moKt healthy pasturage nrd aliment lo the plants The most successful method ol securing yood fruit is to transplant the roots into as and minute tions as possible can being had however to preserve on each division a and jured Some recommend of the soil between and under the plants with dry straw just before the This precaution obviates the hood of injury to the in consequence of their coming iu contact with or beating in- to the sand by Charcoal fol method of his unusually fine closely shaven face or the Indian Ocean which was within sixty day's the oldest map of nia San Francisco is laid do the G Ad- en which is Scripture phrase We find no other location but nia for Ophir Major nn l- nt 1 water A NOON AN LU nww brings the smile more to her pale and the rose to her cheek Bo not on her do not seek with impertinent ty to fathom her Stay but a HANDS A gentleman playing whist with an intimate friend who seemed as far as hands were concerned to hold the doctrine of ablution in supreme contempt said to him with a countenance in sorrow than in My good fellow if dirt were trumpa what a hand you would have Dissolving tU Thaddeus vens in a letter from Washington to a man in We dissolve the Union here every day but it heals up the following night and the next morning is aa sound and strong as it bad never been dissolved to be disfigured vith a On his arrival in town he called on a lady and was shown down into he parlor A young imp the pride of the opened the door nnd peeped i i but on seeing the ran to her mother crying Ma ma what's tl e man got his mouth way up in his hair call heard th inquiry and made a short We cannot undi how it is that cate young too delicate to run up and down stairs in their own houses arc able to dance down ingest men in n Tis a of nature of which no one seems of giving an explanation What girl vcr refused n handsome partner at five di in the morning on the score of so ired An Irish Judge when addressing n prisoner murder Yon are tobe hanged und I hop it wilt be a warning td you A conundrum correspondent is an it preacher like the it Because he is not the present up lengthwise in the center ot the road about five feel high being nine feel wide a the tom and two nt the top and then covered with straw and earth in the manner of coal pits The sarth to cover the pile taken from either side leaves two ditches and the timber although not spli is easily red and when charred the earth is removed to the sides of the ditches the coal raUd down to a width of fifteen feet leaving it two feet thick at the centre and one at the sides and the road is completed A road thus made in cost per mile and is said tobe very compact and tree from murf or dust At a season when the mud on the adjoining earth was half deep on the road there was not the least standing and the impress of the feet of a horse passing rapidly it was liUe that made on hard washed sand as the surf recedes on the shore of the lake A OF ol Mr at Uall though coming in near the end of the and therefore crowded out of our re- port in He mail in her lale France hud as far as America She proclaimed political tions like our own bul HKe its ief untouched the monopoly ol Tho idleness am destruction which hud grown up in her cities under the old system for employment and of the nobility born thus iis were their worthless and had the soil of Franco been available to the men of France that ment and that would have cured But instead of adopting this wise polio the Government invented im- practicable workshops in they ed to daily to Jwo or three This impossibility HI a few Is and returned Thf in its first and ut- terly led And there lo tho te in her the houi of her a i The of Europe which avisen to her ti ut now and their Of what value a if those were to be ts fl So U ll libe ty Had France to her people a and an independence on her sod ent to day would be the life of Europe And France did not do this because iea did i give her to ii But I to to the of 1 them that is about to give them ail to adopt a principle that will knock the last log from un- der their accursed AUK rica adopt then France the world Tribune SI Festival of land's Patron Saint was duly honored in this yesterday Nearly the Irish part of our population and they coont np a very re- were in the street ring the morning Appropriate Religious services were held by in ths Second Stieet Church and tbe City Guards Capt paraded in full dross in hone r of the occasion They looked well and drew after them crowds of Indian lono ago John son nn Indian was dead not far from a tavern in Maine where he had been ins pretty freely the evening before The immediately assembled a Jury of their own tribe who after examining the body of the defunct That the said death was occasioned by the freezing of a quantity of in his body that had imprudently ed with the rum he drank name of nee P O Co has been changed to arid that of Eagle in the same county to Bullion 4 Sad Memory man in the country a few clays ago led a blooming widow to the The clergyman looked at the groom and said ll thin It you have a wife I do you think replied the man I am sure you rejoined the 1 really said fhe fellow have a very bad and you for jogging it Inow recollect something of it JOHN was once asked by a Roman Catholic gentleman in n dispute on religion Where was jour church before Luther r Did you wash your face this inquired the facetious alderman 1 did sir Then where was your face before it was washed V iw In a Uu e cose of tion in England gnys a London paper the Court Room was thronged with ladies on who presided I do not de- sire the to wait in court to hear thing that may shock their modesty unless it The one or two then retired but the kept their scats A unmarried and married ladies sailed for nia in the ship California from ton Jf the 16 are not appropriated they arrive at San Francisco they will prove to be by far the most valuable part of the where is stale of matrimony Jt is one of the lies ft is ed by buffering and Visaing on ono side and cradle and babies on the other ducts are population and ing o nights It was discovered by Adam and while trying to find the northwest passage out of Paradise Ey Three women k eep n if two of them are And the third deaf and and all the neighbors blind When you hew making a noise about and qualities re- tire in a wagon creaks the loudest and an empty wagon more than loaded friendship of oar shadow keeping while we walk in but uu enter the
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