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Waukesha Democrat (Newspaper) - May 7, 1850, Waukesha, Wisconsin VOL 9 Tl BY UK HYER WAUKESHA MAY 7 1850 NO 43 subscription ii advance 61 00 if three months 00 will be ir at the usual rates rl th ut slit All j ihc -111 mil blowly IV in tbat DM i i ibu i u thru I O- O 1 i it iii nieob Tuesday J at hi members of the order A his KW No Monday nff oi each M D ithH resilience on River st G l there the nil in down bright fur iSor In is a Tli it 1 bi him to fi sorrow Vi t tin u as tlu ro in bis 1 II TDK NEK and Surgeon at As In- nt lils rich doom To win who bound Th di full And sh wi ku v till n flunk J hail or I Yet tin Wai 1 mid i Ull the truth of that midnight n nml lay A rli HIM n W j U All win 1 w in tit A 1 ii i- i he I V v iUh brow I'M All win he iVIt r mi mill lonni And duj for its lowliest And wont up of 11 I A ah in i r rave lor the low For a s of to ml thj ear terror Ui feur thu ihc shall There was a baby born to be a brother to the while he was so that he never hud spoken a word he strcatched bis tiny form out on his bed and died the child dreamed of the opened and of the company angels and the train of people nnd the rows of angels with eyes turned upon those his angel to the leader Is my come 1 he Not that one but another As child beheld his inniel in his he cried O sifter I am here take me And he and smiled upon him and the star was liu grew to be a young mini and busy at his books when an old servant cainy to him and mother is no more I bring her ing on I er darling foil at night he saw the and nil that Said his sisters an- gel to thu Ts my hi other come P And he Thv A mighty cry went forth through all tho star because mother was to her two children And he stretched out 0 mother sister and OR ey -one iho Henri d tho II rum i Ui it of No sjr ater outrage has the spirit of sion dotH on man and world than by the yf I ibor it has j joy of the soul into an and a eune the task i 1 handiwork is made to crush the borer till whole is hut u ceaseless bat lie whosi only victory is to live to battle on for Ye of itself toil is honesty of will is Only its excess is A AT E I Lust hours I falter to that i dreadful of paralysis bad him of life nnd that but Fifty little now j f ofa faithful servant my having a and a house fall ot in- as Fanny right culls j was fi bv his arrival in Lou of tie them I'm to bo no not a middle gentle I have been that any time the fast ten no I'm a in may for a housekeeper a to scandal to make tree my Twenty five years arid I have fronted tho man who this that I should be sitting this day in nn armchair K 1 iry IV tit HI l 11 M mi at Ilia 11 I'd rut on tho to a To a bunn r of II shall lilic uir I For litr and in arc U Wis It T 91 Dream of a Star From Paper Worth j These was once n child and lie strolled U s out deal nnd thought of a number j of thinus Id had i sister w is a chil M 1 j These tw I-v an I 1 I l i t t i knou and LTC i il inr tor Sluto of thinus Id had i sister w is a child two at the beauty ot the they wondered at height and of the sky they wondered at the and the of x U ho tho Imely world They to say to one r Supposing all the children upon tin were tr die the and Her and the sky sorry t Thi y they bo sorry For snid thiy the budd children of the s and tho little streams that lown the I hill sides are tlie children of tho v ater ana the speck ut and seek in the sky all sun ly be the children of the stars and would all be their the children i iu HIT iv V M M L I'll I nli i- in Dry 11 MO X-c CII R i i i Diy i V j nml r of men uo more X i 1 -J j was one clear shining far hut It i to come out in the sky before the near the church spire above the graves It was larger and more beautiful they than tho mil every they watched lor it hand in hand at a it first out I see the and often they cried out both together knowing so well when it would rise and U S where So they were to be such friends it that before lying down in their beds FST looked out once again to bid it and when they were turning round to they to bless the star while she very joung oh very very tho sister arid to be so weak that she could no longer then the when saw the star turned round and to the patient pale face on tho bed I sue and then a smile would come upon the face ami a little weak voice used to sny bless services to my brother and the star i of ard hopes And so Uir time came nil to when to the business of his the child looked out alone and when there was no face on the bed nnd when there was his arms and cried brother I am here Take And they him nnd the star shining lie grew to bo a man whose hair was turning and hu was in his chair by the heavy with and with his bedewed with tears when the star again Said his angel to the leader Is my brother come And he sVid Nay his maiden daughter And the man who had boi n thu child saw his daughter newly lost to him a celestial creature among those three nnd he said My daughter's head is oti my bosom and her arm is round my mother's neck and at her feet there is tho baby of old time and I can bear the parting from her God be praised the star was shining Thus the child became an old man ami his once smooth face became wrinkled and his steps were slow and feeble and his luck was bent And one night as he lay upon his bud his children standing round he cried as he cried long I the star noble ay divine evil or de trading Pausing from my toil one newspaper in hand breakfast before mo foot 1 will assert dignity if possible on a cushion ami only one nip and two eggs as strong y as Hunger Cold have asserted on tho table Newspapers are stupid its handed theorists I I'd much rather chat over ny mo who never bud palm to Why the am 1 not married Nobody or the ho talk of trie dignity of Labor makes ten fit to drink now and tea never What tea Lucy make har toilers hit them into honor i tip to me hot win work because our Smith used to mode to teach that lesson and for q lite r end Let wit i all the of ho may represent that manly he dear soul is sent to preach the Bur him know there is a gospel to bo taught beside th t cased in rusly to be writ en out in brave strokes on the soil the ain and tho and to be jotted i down in on the Holy and great is tl c of Labor Not in wrath I but in me -cy hath the Lord fiod sent it O Vulcan ith thy right hand to the hummer and thy strong arm ir if with brave heart and thou thine shall be to fora s the thunderbolts which shall er all despotisms to atoms Brown vcr of th e -thon who at times hasl ed the IT anon grasped the thou called for thou th 3 of tyranny Diir with hero Poor Lucy I wonder don a strong of home had come upon him lie nnd was all but out when c into t-t st by his As soon is ho a little ho ed liis journey to Abbotsford anil d smiled when ho was borne into his lib and the society of his children boil don the people bo rt cognized took saYing bless you Sir in was bailed with much ho revived that hope anil sy and s ere of his very lint he gradually v to from the Bible and fimn he poems and what me of her People said Wordsworth he tried to write hut fail Lucy and 1 would make a match I jn attempt 1 Io never spoke ot his and so we should I suspect if it had been for that curbed cousin of hers I'm suro she would have married nie if I had asked her crary labors or Occasionally hia mind and then he vas for the reception tho the of a go as if it tho trial of his own Ii regarded as a singular fac s his mind never wandered those works which liad filled tho Congress and she has grown fat and rides world v ith his farm But the of lift about in her carri ige with Uvo or three dickered fc bly in its socket and pretty girls too as I'm i unerring ns of its but I kept putting it oil after day mid be I W cut and IK hanged to him L was I as i a gentleman hen and thought I could family 1 mat ry whenever 1 liked hoy went away j in his to the west and he a a member of i toward grown up 1 told hut they'll he n their a ribbon that she used to wear round her slender waist and I bribed her little brother to steiil it for me with tbo loan of my piece and when it rains and I feel sentimental J take it out of my writing desk and look at it awhile 1 think I'll throw it in the I Jon t though and there it 1C half P M says Mr Lock ban his son-in-law and biographer on th i of breathed his last in the presence of all his children It was a beautiful window was open that the of others most delicious his ear the of the Tweed over warm that every so perfectly still that 1 w and thy stout i is yet in the drawer of rny mother's its pebbles was distinctly audible as wo 1 picture and tho last lock ot my own around his bed and his eldest son kissed and They make capital now by the way no j closed his ryes body seems to suspect that curls arc not thy r and thy lice That spade of thine s be an emblem of royalty if thon wilt t so Hear thyself kingly and with majestic b carve out of the unwilling ments tbi greatness nnd very life Let clod I oots tramp firmly on Tree soil so shall they not bear the in shame to painted crime and gilded luxury Thine is the den of Go 1 arid in it thou ever find ne ir to H's pleasant bowers fully thy toil browned and swart shail the Luuy my hair js lj fact that r r earth or soils brought up from different of the earth have when exposed to the sun was beautiful and I rn almost certain she cut off a lock once when I was asleep on the so I wonder whether she's lost any of her splendid teeth mine have stood it pretty well but they are going said hers would last a long time and he ought to Know I go to him and get him to strike the universal Harp whoso steel strings make Pe a couple of new ones What shall r i run too stiff for lily fingers to vibrate and con- one another He is Lul or thee but thy U i ut K I 1 ly Ir 11 M In- MI- and C -.1101 I If Court Io done in approved and point workmanship and to be so weak she couKI n in the Ui itcd Stan s stand in the window at and t pav and reasonable looked sadly out by an at Nov oo to a eontinutUicc of iV Resilience ui torc esle Dunkirk's near Methodist r H i u to c and Let Live and gf lu tho liberal nlu the privilege ol IS now Bettor ever any in his line oi in iin foam tail 10 of wood and t ornamental painting Stone near the 8 1850 to i he negotiation of Loans on tj good Nmes us well as the of ii nic ior wishing to go to s- Hacking on LIVE Adams Drug C bound for and wishing lives insured can be accommodated water 1830 J A Agent a grave tho graves not there before and when die star made long rays down towards him ns he saw it throught his tears Now these rnys were so bright nna they seemed to make such n shining way from earth to that when the child want to his solitary bed ho dreamed about the star and dreamed that lying where he was ho saw a train of people taken up that ling road by And tho star showed him a great world of light where ninny more such angels waited tr receive them AH those who turned their beaming eyes upon who were Citified up into the star and some dime out from the Ions rows which they tod nnd fell upon the peoples necks and thrin tenderly and went auny with in avenues and were so happy in their company that lying in his bed be wept for there were many angels who did not 20 with them and among them one he knew The patient face that once bad laid bed was glorified and radiant but his heart out his sister among ail the host His angel lingered near the en- trance of the star and said to the lender among those who brought the people Id my brother come he said No Sho was turning hopefully away when the child out his arms nnd sister 1 am here Take me and then she turned her beaming eyes upon his it was nnd the star was shining into the room making long rays down towards hi m as he snw his tear From that hour forth the child looked out upon the star as on the Home he was to go to when his time should come he thought that he did not belong to me but to the stnr too because ol his angel gone And he said I am My age is from mo like I move towards thn star as M child And O my Father now I thank has so often opened to re- those ones ho await me And the star was and it shines upon grave this is about season good house clean their houses from to cellar it may bs well to say a few words on the wash don't use soft soap warm water for that will take off the as well as the dirt Use cold and hard soap Scrub with soft soap and don't put down the carpets until the floor is perfectly dry Always put down some fine mind clean straw under the carpet ind lay it smooth nnd level Carpets be cleaned by pounding them in strong and washing them well out of tho The suds must be very strong and cold This is done by down the hard soap and dissolving it in water The suds should between tha fingers Bedsteads should receive a complete bing soap and water nnd should not put up until dry The seams and holes should be with corrosive sub- dissolved in alcohol or sulphur mixed with camphine or a solution of the chloride of zinc No person should goto in n dump bedroom Many overlooking this caution during season catch severe colds and make their beds with the clods of the valley before the subsequent Christmas Always commence to clean at the of the house and descend by steady and regular stages bouie people cfm clean their houses with quietness nnd scarce any others do not more work but make a great deal of If there is n dog or cut about the house it generally disappears till the squall is The rule for facilitating work is tem Arrange all the work to be done and how it is to be done before commencing For want of system a job has to be done over and over again American greatness hall make Labor hoh of the art i des ha theo Thou soul L do witli myself to t ay I've given up ness and made money enough to last me I've no one to it when and air become c wered with vegetation lias led many to that the whole earth from centre to of seeds cannot bo the case but there are nevertheless remarkable instances of tho fact above threw np a lot of coarse gravel in tbe fdl from a depth of nearly ten et ai d early the nest it theo dies thou shall be true to i n ston upon some earth was brought at if thy hands are redolent of thy have ts say tour apiece on Up from a depth ol hundred and I tell lime thou art a Kins I the that s thirty-six little mouths to over over curln J bv the of conquest Hast thou not girdled the earth and drawn the eclectic co of tiniou from continent to nent and I arid as y as thou thy cables bound the 1 ends of the severed bond of bi d Companion of Ood in His im- thrills thy heart on the lone and With what fluence th majesty of waters comes into thy soul to m ike the great and generous and free Vei ly thy toil is holy and thy tin tight should be all worship ny gri n works swarth laborers ning i Ye have all your were sent preach a glorious news nile of this n journeymen to adorn and witli the be and butter and j a t of any other seed i being upon it two little feet to buy shoes for and two dred and little fingers to wash and No fool of a job that for the nine papas rind I always fond of children There is a new married couple moved into the house over the on purpose to me I do believe they seem to be fond of each other and happy There's a comes to the door ever afternoon and he hands his wife so carefully and she smiles at him strongly condemned the measure so brightly as they oft that I'm almost tist Convention of Rhode Island has tempted to wish might break their necks it before iret back That's a nice that has come to sUy with them O J ry the honeymoon bin's the bride's or I dar the prettiest foot and o J I the in asho t time plan's vegetated from it Kitw of the re- of the Bible advocated by Dr One and other tli Baptists in the city of New York has produced ment among that body of Christians A very large at York in which Dr Welch and others participated 3 roguish eye I've ever i rived from the height of a full grown man icy I wonder if to hand in horse is four inches Lucy Interest ing legal Stone is Ibs of an hundred in and 10 Ibs in Holland A fathom J fret is A An L-f U L n ti i i 1.1 t I I I I Jill mil Aroint nt shame nor your high vocation fae don't nee any very suspicious Irish mile is a Scotch mile is -1 a Turkish Ai acre is 1 foot and H 1 0 in- ches way n square milo way 610 human body consists of J or joints 100 or -100 Lord wags in Canada have the following joKes in about Lord It is reported that Lord Elgin has applied to for the vacant appointment of Queen Dowager which is valued at a year and perquisites The ground of the plication as we understand is that the pointment in question is always filled by an old The personal courage of his Excellency the Governor General has never been ed During his first visit to Toronto Mr Mayor of all ty rushed into his chamber nnd ed My Lord my Lord all Toronto is about to rise What o'clock is says the Earl Ten my answered the Mayor Then 1 will rise said his lordship very calmly I think one ought to rise at ten More Candor than formal visitor thus addressed a little girl arc you my wel I thank she The visitor then added Now my dear you should ask me how T urn The child simply and honestly J don't want to know As bees can breed no poison though they suck the deadliest the noble mind though to drain the cup of misery can but thoughts and noble deeds nn opportunity of seeing thing beautiful in God's tinc is sacrament nor look a lashed when pale Idleness turns disgusted your plow your and your Let hint blush who shakes no saw nor or sires no great Thought for the of his kind He is your pauper brother an 1 while ye feed him as in clurity ye must him by noble can Sags and plain truth ulness that ye feel not his lence Cnn yy not nto his wortn by one line rule nra in blun life leH The great jls cnro not fir their bust nnd process of ing is baser upon the fact that Printing Ink being target tj composed of oil will not adhere to which is wcl with water Every one knows utterly impossible it is to mix men to the door Hul what the douce i i it to me whether she is or not 1 I am an old bachelor nnd must go down to the grave without anybody to forme I should like though to sco the girl nearer its easy enough to get into the house and though I'm too old to marry there's no reason that 1 know of why muscles or tendon and 100 nerves besides blood arteries veins Potatoes planted an old feller like mo do the polite j below 3 feet do at one foot they thing to a new comer into the neighborhood grow thickest and at two feet they are I've a new coat coming home that my artist says will make me lo fifteen years younger by the way And I'm not so old after When I sat down to breakfast I felt rather bluish and thought myself quite a Poll no siuth I cnn walk as y as can ride oil and wat 3r To Lithograph then all that is necessary is to draw on the surface of a dry of stone with a greasy crayon ever to be A weak tion of is then rubbed over the stone which Caste is the drawing so that it cannot be rubbed off After this a solution of gum bic is passe 1 the surface and then tho stone is rea ly for printing By means of a is now rubbed on the stone -.1 i t 1 what I'm a man tired of living alono and hang me but I'll make one more tiy for the ring if I die for ir There's a girl over the way I'll send over a basket of grapes with iny com- A VI ADOUT one can be truly said to live uho has net a None but those who have enjoyed it can ap and while j et wet the inking roller is applied the Thc ink of ourse adheres to the lines of the tn a s will of ed two or months There are no solid rocks in the arctic regions owing the severe ho surface of ihc sea is estimated square miles taKing the wholo surface of the glebe at square miles Its depth io supposed to bo equal to tho of the mountain or four Wis because they are oil but to the wet stone it doe not slick The paper is now one's own planting and culture A bunch of fow heads of from for a Coil exchange says To one pound of brown su ar add as water ns will dissolve ir put it in a pan to boil and after if boils ndd hull a pound of fresh butter it boil till it becomes of consilience that en dropped appears solid out on a plate and lert it cool il then brco nns it for use of nie- on laid on am with the stone passed through j tlle Ofa summer's for being a beautiful and ex- or a of garden peas or sweet com tho press tl e result act copy ot is drawn The stom employed for lithography is n peculiar kin 1 of lime and clay nature bling in a yellow hone yet sing the q nf absorbing water It is found in though thero are ot it in England The Bavarian stones however are those most universally employed Mid their importation is a erable in commerce They are worth in New Yo 5 to 10 cents per pound TO THE should bo par tic u In M have their shoes half a size smaller thai their feet and be also ful in case ny questions are raised as to their being too tii hi to say Oil dear no they're much to for it is a remarkable fact that no lady was ever known yet to wear a tight shoe Tho soles of their shoes should be made as thu us possible for it stands to reason they last mi eh longer from that ns n y is sure to catch cold with them she will not be able to wear them so as she is ed to her io doors To Remote them with H of and let it dry on the warts done three times the warts will d is quite a different affair from market in a ing condition to be put away in he cellar for use And a plate of strawberries or berries lose none of their peculiar flavor by passing directly from lie border to the cream without about in a they have lost form and comliness Ami yet how many er cities and villages ot our country posses ever facility for a good garden either through indolence or rance are deprived of this source of comfort And how many farmers with enough land ing waste to furnish them with mosl of the luxuries of life are content to plod on in the even tenor of way never raising their above the pork beans of their ers Lemmt Firs In thn year of scarcity of fruit it may bo desirable to know that n good pip cat made simply out of lemons and molasses as follows Press out the juice of n lemon into two full of molasses grate in the dried of another cover a plate with ft of crust over some of the mixture Iny on ti thin crust spread another of the mixture and over top crust bake noil you have tin lent and wholesome lie One lemon will make two pies the and devise menus for advancement and mutual benefit of the toiling many Compound following simple rule will show he of years in which a single sum will b double in amount by I lie accumulation of compound interest for all rates of not exceeding 10 per 70 by the rate of interest per cent nnd he quotient is the number of yean Thus 70 divided by ten will give seven years by five 14 years by four nearly 18 by three nearly 23 years and by two 35 years says est and most glorious gifts of God to which Satan is a bitter enemy for it removes from the heart the weight of sorrows and the of thoughts Music ira kind ami gentle sort of it refines the passions nnd improves the understanding Even tho dissonance of unskillful fiddlers to set off the charms of as white U made more conspicuous by the opposition of black Those who love music gentle and in their tempers love adds Luther and would not for ft great be wit lout the skill sess in the art e Errors of the regard them as the of life and to the future
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