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Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1859, Waupun, Wisconsin THE in Independent Republican unil I r uml AT j Publisher In Sew DOLLAR ir ir run r uf of j Oft 0') f -i in UO 15 00 lu 00 1 i-ii 1. 1 ni 1 n B 00 i. In I nt statute il M Hi nil in- rli m Inn il ir i mutt In- In III 1'Vlll II 1-1 I I IX 111 II I. O. F. fl fl nt I If ill. i nt lull k. n i a. I. O. nl 7 H. S. MI u. s n v 1-1 oil II 111 1-1 -IX 1- at 7''., I lii vl a u THE WAUPUN J. Publisher and 1'roprielor. Per in VOLUME 2. JUNE 8, 1859. NUMBER 37. Business Mum A. I TRANSACT A Banking ALSO SELL EXCHANGE n nil tlic ol tin United States unit Sterling and Drafts n to paid to Ami promptly nt I Passage Tickets from Great Britain on 1 Attorneys and Counselors at K. Me CM nt N. Ill in nt lilt It I mi Mi T. Cnn II In In i lu nil tl 4. I t i. ii at Notary I II i I I I s j III (I lit I I I JOHN ami nl 1'ulilie, unit nn ii d' I. I and .il i I II I H soul v at in- i t 1 i xt M. Mi. I Mi. 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You have not heard of Michael or you would have timt though lie IIH word has never been Bui lie throwing dagger lake that and the boy with you till my men shall placed in The thio net ton was in king contrast with his previous I took the dagger nnd my honor thai the boy should bo relumed in I expect long as the boy is you are safe also Jle at the boy as if willing to em- brace but evidently thinking that notion might make me he HIPS Wed his toolings But the mother could not such She saw the boy in the other hell the brigand's and she carne towards HYMN KOR THE r. 1-; A 3P 31 3ST If si 33 I Druggist l: uf DRUGS ry. 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M vs. 1 r I T O li O 3ST H. n Kf Prices me lhat I would permit her to kiss her Tho the the action of the woman were all so that what little heroism 1 may possessed forsook and the trembling boy in his mother's I I will not take away your The brigand's features regarding me for some he re You shall not by your humanity and your feelings of mother of my and tin n mining towards his he them some and as thex he me to remain with him u few I am glad to see you so much confidence in an lie You have wen rny Thu now and in order to the death mo they wore tu conduct me to the and that they who hud in an action a party of sonic days bo This was not my life spared a m tiie me their chief nnd my guide had entertained me buine of Michael lliu lion of which to the of tho 1 learned that this savage chiet had his men lo found on the road that hu the of und that belore he hud a fellow of mine to his I was and civil and lor and when the ken from my 1 myself in of the dreaded biu lie a wall and led lucks tailing oxer Ills sunburnt Heeded me savage but in ance led mu lo expect my peal his meicy would not be the ot liid too young in his und all my words were ol no blood be he to my er weie of no avail J was linn and nnd having given mu n in. lot ho mined to tils n boy about came 1 it strange thai idler deciding on un ihe ex- should mo so far us there might be the least danger of fulling in with the ands of his I thanked him and cne that ho would return some ETC. 8TIIABI. Nat to win riur uml thu Or rine the or make thv To to the the and Ol to nail In crowned of our nre tho lint prop H The To ul to Ami tho ill the nnd tho of trong nA the of they Spurt UK with aru kavu upon the In they Tho ist of tluc While ihe true And niu thu have The to the tlm havn in with The Opening of Col. Hiram who i-j now in writes to the New York Tribune some very graphic We copy one of them a description of the scene at ihe opening of the British To witness the spectacle of the was the that had hurried me up to London and on I found that all admission tickets had been disposed of for several Uut my friends went to work in my be- and gentlemen in tial positions made personal applications to the Lord Grand Chamberlain for -one more It was in vain his Lord ship sscd me a very note ex- pressing his extreme Mr. the gentlemanly and obliging Secretary of the American also exerted himself to inmost without But there was still a power which had not been appealed a power than the a power which no popular Government can afford to Power of the A line from Herbert M. the of the Illustrated London me through ihe long line of and into tho Gallery of the House of the very best possible position for witnessing the august And what a pageant of splendor and of grandure was here presented The floor of the House was c which wero among the i with tho wives nnd daughters and tho brigands bad They will return them to was I tho little urchin that had been the instrument of my nnd de On my arrival in lho 1 found lliu chaise exactly on tho spot where ir the guide and ions in But what surprised niu most of was to that not an article nf my properly was Tho brigand hud the sisters of the in full dress leaving only a narrow space in fie centre which occupied by Peers and in their brill ant The entire gallery which surrounds the House was filled a row of elegantly dressed only broken by a line of occupying seats directly opposite the Behind the the one rising above were filled with The thaf important known fiorn the Buffalo Commercial fcy Hon. James O. of The British when it took tar to itself threw admirably imitated royal made a like among the contestant tin chief share to Standing it docs nt the and their it an important the power of- It is whether she would long retain possessions if she had not control of tkk gateway to the East. Lone may it against all her and long way continue govern an empire scs are incapable of self anA who have no government by their fit to be legitimate Probably the greatest piere of ing perpetrated in the modern conquest of the and and left duty to it cannot be that the world is the better and the pier for forcible by tM descendants of the ter who laid in the ot the best the world ever general I ia led her to and the and during the a little on the He yery stiff und and is not looking as artists generally repre head is quite on the and appearance indi cates liis ing one of severe satire of of 'the Consort his robe The gentleman of who were present on ihe august did not impress me as men of urea i personal dignity nnd I records behind and although head as massive as ns as of ber or as striking as Anlong the Lord Derby looked most like ii but among the I saw no very marked evidences divine or human 1 as for the Duke of Cam the m head of phrenologist would select him from a us one born to But the nobility are bettor looking than their 1 have never before seen sa large a of locking The majority fail exuberant busts and luxuriant heads ha r On out of the House of the crowd was very as a wry slow j but it affords a fine r a tur a look into the faces and of the leading belles of England nnd ul though there was danger of being smother ed in a crowd of set 1 suppose ii would have been like of u in aromatic In the diplomatic none of lho Ministers were more than Mr. in his plain and snow white und die pomp looking Duke of with his iron grey beard and jet black The Duchess of who was seated next the Duke of is not so painfully the being ns 1 had imagined her to from newspaper She would Iy make a sensation in the Fifth But of 1 shall be speak more when I more of Cause of the firm as the Hock of brings me to show how well ii for ninny a man rounded rhetoric with this without slightest idea of the strength be claimed for his n rock about miles in length and a mile in width nnd seventeen hundred in height at highest ing up between Spanish and African apparently f. r no other than to give to s power the control of this passage which gives the weat COM- with the east Then imagine it almost precipitous on the side the at the est nt least A thousand the against which the combined vies ot the world bo an impotent as the waves which break at iig Then picture to yourself the aide which Austria claims that she rightly owns and controls L and Venice that nhe has a right to control them as she seen fit; that in order to do sic must maintain with the several ring It lian State j such an inft as will render her she keeps up a partial occupancy of the central States and virtually rules in all Sardinia is the only large Italian province which is an There Austria no and the policy ol favorable to the of constitutional governments in is hostile to that of which tends to the maintenance of the your for give her liti e it won't 8hu has made your homo com- your health bright and food for tell licr you thank if nothing She don't expect il will her eyes open wider than they these ten but it will do her good for all and you There are many women to day thirsting for the word of ihe language of accustomed have their 1'nlhers, and become to their monotonous that they look for and upon thorn as do the duily rising and his daily going thing that pleases the eye and the sense at home has been produced by constant much lh and untiring bodily nnd 1'. thin men appreciate those Hh and feul M glow of tor the ill bestowed upon I hum in nnd in but they me su Presently trumpets signal that Queen is so much ol At pulling ilio mile boy ho mined his men to me lo of u 1'iecijilce leli it I. n ti not to me ot u fellow m come eatess his and j with n how pleasant you niv making this or 1 nm ob fiom to you for Hiking so much uml everything out rhc nnd brink ul lip their chair back and their lo look pull out lliu wife them to do scold if am ilio fiic has gut or if is just shut their mou I tell you ono of tho young and if you did but Mill will xx lien an ordinary civility toward those nnd spaio us of your few if yon gave tho one hundred and part of the compliments you almost I hem with before they wore and for would cease to speak of auM faults before others fewer woman would for ihe honid other sources of happiness than At length so youi took i tor all the good she and you miy assured that hei iu and bunk the brigand was ing u around dial wa- to xx i p til 11.1 men lo slim fiom tlie are fully counterbalanced with u. Justice of the 01 u r i mi K. i col l M i s i o i; o n ilir nt i- u t S. E. i T A I i i M-j M A ji in nii I t. I lit. I I f I- 1 i i I u mi I. i- nl ll XX I ihe the b I at my At Unit I buna who had no edge of the uso of profane ihe going came j no idea is to be no object up low aids me. A thought j is to bo no end no ear to ibis bo no lo be Hie my vation 1 j uo passion lo he no title to be ac dm led Ilio boy in then cued to the inx no wealth to be no either renl or imagined is had all a n d u r a n roil 1 i.e me ts if nix I 11 iv vv t holding over 1 O U 1 K H S O demanded nix lilo .is the condition of liio of the to the his nnd was presenting AND WILL NOT his held his They arc tricked playing a I hu rifle loll from H a of attempting to palm n blustering sound for a substantial yuu born de 1 and bet 're old are When tlm old is 1 pn r s- iir T arm and besought him lo save her 1 was two weeks more nor year what The was painted as you go nut pack Tlie natural feelings of the man were com- behind de right hunt side by do killing with ihe savage of what stands where it with burnt next year will be two nnd h's who She leaves the Palace in her magnificent drawn by eight colored attended by h- r Ministers and household in carriages but a little less sumptuous than her own by the Jile all mounted on nob e black horses whole cortege forming a most magnificent alighting from the Her Majesty's foot presses an electric which fires cannon in the The Usher the Golden a and sudden Iy every lady in tlie house throws off her opera or or and a more beautiful revelation can hardly be imagined surely not nil thoir turns In air 1 bosoms c. The officers of the Court and bo ving the arrange selves on either the Prime Lord on the rhe sword of Now there is u rising all over the but so quietly that only a slight rustle of dresses is The arrayed m her most royal with a glittering tiara of diamonds on her the crown of England U boine on a velvet cushion behind She ascends the which looks like a golden elevated some three or four stops and as soon ns the Maids of have adjusted her long train of crimson takes her looking every inch a Another silken and everybody is while the silence is profi Tun minutes elapse in waiting for the members of the House of who come tumbling in on the opposite end of the and as soon as silence is such silence I never before heard almOst the Queen took her from ilic hand of the Lord who stood by and read it in a very distinct tone of voice with good that and isl. to Hi t tho claim that the Austrian occupation of Italy is its on the Italian tho development f in of the treaties and of They the abandonment of the Austrian occupation of Italy and the Sardinian and that Austria shall cease exercise more control in ilic other great Austria refuses to alleging that her policy in Italy is necessary to her own protection in I own dependencies of Venice These i around the western side of the interposing between it tho Spanish a point fifty above the fortified by the defences which masonry and ing can and these mounted by guns at least every lea repeated batteries along the side of i he rock Inr at least hah its height then to these immense excavated lor mure than a mile into tin rjck through nit army of cavalry can out of which upon frequent at is mounted a twenty-four galleries leading to immense latter not exhibited to the public then lancy a force of nearly four troops for general having IB hundred and garrison for a tour or five and you trill hax c s i lea of the strength of and conclude with no principle yet known to the world in the science of can Gibraltar ever be taken by As the of Great Britain may be compelled by some treaty lo yield it to dictation of but by mere attack In one other way it may to Connected bv isthmus of about a quarter of a in width with the Spanish main it conld be gained to by seduction from fidelity of a few sentinels give an invading possession of The scenery about the rock is resque in the The town is a huddle of brown houses at the foot of the rock and on its westerly the homes of about twenty thousand tors have in for three representatives of you would France and Sardinia proposed lc ol the consideration of this subject MoOr lho f full ot his yon meet i Moor of the Austria would not consent to Di- cla s is observable no less for s and manly lofty carriage i. majesty in all his if In were still in G is strictly a garrison and everything is undor Those airs wi h which i- thf Congress ot the negotiations were carried between Franco- and but the difference has grown wider and wider lho longer tho discussion con- until now they propose to settle the whole by a resort to MOHK a otf the coast of a dismasted merchantman was drifting re the Alternating with Owl save the King r by a full the national aiia of the earth will at and dewy glass was on almost level with lho ihe idea that there vet be Scotland out by her With all liis no favorite nuis c of the lulls and of man is more lo than the fancy you have licaH rough and hardy nnd so the der instantly sounds to put ihe ship Scottish bag you listened to the blind at ilic and b .at puts wUm to give a ai lo bear d upon ihe wieck be afier that drifting men through lliu swell of a roaring sea hearing of a carpenter I they and a strange rolls through ihu of n house out of lhat canvass screen against the loo he dryly shroud of n broken lla led into tlm through hit work it proves to bo the trunk of a n j beni nnd knocs fo nnd as to be heard of a rich in 10 who the and so that a m injured by being run It it is laid o i tho the I that emphasis and discretion and meant she sounded odd to hear that little worn n talk so supremely of her her her her her And ye theie was a touch of the moral in dramatic situation of the in ihe evidences of the ing which do U hedge a Q-o n Queen Victoria is rather a pleasant-faced her eye being learn that blessed it. save Mid a lo Be jS replied tho if you over be human Legislature have power to abridge or rights God Dr Franklin in summoning up t He nnd Nature have such as evils of drunk and liberty j commit lho owner him without gardens without amounts to u fields without without morals and brst bho is a little below ihe medium with a very but disagreeably fat Her movements are exceedingly graceful nnd and although she gave no ot i Give brains ami and he a give him brains without and he give him richos without and he The An r w Mar he man who a UM i brought it but ext day look a ride and went off with it. while seated on the yet vi ll. in passing out she bowed smilingly to her into i is a E friends on cither Prince alf so as when t' into which our sorl of bad to
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