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Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1860, Waupun, Wisconsin WHIM An Independent Republican AT j H. Publisher In I Tho Horrors of the Slave WAIT A tiro T dating nt 1'aul do i in other bts not iii or his I. O. O. F. u I I- uml AND in 3. APRIL 11, NUMBER 28. JEWELY STOREj KX it. I- I .i ii Y. Stone c' o c- ic v. BIRD i v. i One BT One by onu the uru Uti by thu fall Some are uut to thorn One by one thy watt tliv to ouch Let future r eta to lust what cuti by Ki Oliv by not will to lot thv thy ilt ir Po not look nt Sro liow Got will So Do not I v. i Attorneys at IrvIng's First IO ju 2-: o R A A Melancholy Col. Terrible Passing along tho strict our eye foil i i Bo guile to yere An old the An- at bit i. Be Gude to yare a mun sitting in front of a to the seemed and we liean td in the hope that wo might spare famous in which forty or more gentlemen were in 1S2S, his f ing 3. This person we ofton mot a few years lie wits n young man stilt remembered in Col. iu activo with line prospects the fatuous and lie was a member of the of which beura his so far as wo could his way i to spend a groat deal of his time in was open to and honor But Ue WM challenged bjr a nit o' mull it Hie alio yu to her lw n prayer to o' That cave we Re her autumn i Ii o' t o thu hoi through thv how is he t is the Of whoso to luin is the most lino number of twenty or saw who have him to Natchez to sse fair the ciders of the a besotted His face was covered with those signals of distress more knowing that was a desperate and hud his own about All parties went upon ths The com- to let O hoaj tllo Av. licr li lior hunie tuny bu but a neuk iu h. will vu took their places in that siid to behold than when one tho separated from their in tho beach lo enough not to endanger them with wealth uf India or dashed Behold the battle array Twenty armed fifty behind thoir and his How mournful into upon have wopt at tbu that id noble hud furnish nay uf such was Flow was dud with the that All our readers can t. 171L L I B P E R E Y When he intimately with the daughter of one of the uf die With the lie his suit successfully in time father mi-hi have despite the iX to support to style of h daughter Jn an evil us it se IVe answer Uio in a Nu became a by and nnd ai far behind and his seconds and Behold heights of thronged with and a steamer in river its deeks black with watching witb a deep interest the The plan of the fidit was to of fact he which 1m: lucj si luxury to a a minister u He his full in was lor the the s perhaps it was some fair friend called him by it As a change shots twice with and to with being armed thc with own At the second the was too took of who waited for At Bowie's second cried fore Tom Corwin on the Homestead l. Tho lot of tW i if aboard of llw than formerly ihe the is now aboard in two or not ur wld no regard of ii liad for thair comfort bUch water is as ih of iu the from on slivo The ts of vessel of three hundred thera will a Those Mm era who two thirds of their do balf of n eargo is thrown overboard He iu thu tration short time Her Viper captured of a cargo of six hundred she threw her overboard land hauled her Stowed sitting nith their drawn up following extract tho following lo their human ose wera iber paragraph from n late of Mr. y win jo So Now let us 308 what tho Democracy and South would have us of tho tion ia slavery is now in every territory of the United That as the it in of ii is not there in and could not could lu condition they struggling for The were killing tlu wenk to rooHi for and a littlo moro of ht and it will not go Our people all propose to voto Homestead for fl 3ick, poor Southern leaders tell thain they must for it. you give to tho poor mim thousands of su e a quarter section of land d to m hia young ch couples throughout before the ben country will flock to thoso tern tunas tho chain that he in i by the vf wore i I tiie in to cr of habits WON'T CORN THE .is h. r Irv are i Have bi- or the of buttle in their these people In a m the party was engaged in a slavery away pistols and knives i tho 3, with fatal e until one will or later That is their M nt tho slates of society the toul Tho quality of merer they would for OD tUe up to be tha drive away without that to ISD e ear of any i e him the other from I do the that which tho who a many were and wounded would inaugurate our t it was he lingered s. T. i; SURGEON N i v i r i i. i HU TUMI r mill r. e of bi lo his l the Mansion b he is you o. I N S I A N M Y t sum nl such c o h be slated have with evils ut r ii i i mat a bu in bu yell are 01 J sort vf mirai f never 11.an and 1, willi shame i Mercury gives i uf the ou that which thu to The dues want a quarter uf it is He wants on will net GOT MORE THAN M lowing is to the celebrated the church in he was j walked recently 1 lie iu after to work his ll ut j i to Rat which derives name j you tamper any for in uro to the bar jor j von are iu d i v. K. SPECIAL ier on ou thu i of ihu and in no ed from ihe I the ardent for the 1: may been the of v or I the to out and kill her but not so he who j the wife was raving as a live ibe so that nor thu and family mansion was inn 's a into an Dr. reign ton building another house on a I of the Tlie is nnd nights her shrieks may bo heard shrilly the banks of sre you iJo of informed us they were shops where ral for sale in every ol up the and uo stool for 'a and the to walk the djor the preacher I will you a This married the of the and o and if lie had ali in the world made and all the trees world were into ouu and wield the axe cut I down Ui you U ive 011 under ono of ll. to ruio those who assured on thu to this wide as lie it tile water cannot be and drink is deceived upon tho as appreciate visited in our wo in only aro 1 in and Let ona from tha take were Lo these who yno thousand to cultivate it his in a livo or thirty what y You olio ho would it into one thrash th ungodly front room several tables surrounded bv with two or you have I wine when it ii i color in the when it it who served in a variety of L took seal ol the nnd a of slewed was promptly placed beforo It looked and its odor not but 1 did nut venture to lu n small cup upon tiie same table were the eyes of a which is here family of or sixty up There is no none is for not allow the negroes to go A is from lo tha of their the to hear a The had enough to their aud walk to the such literature 33 may oo Afler a while thousand very delicate anj expensive covered ali over wilh tho into to any but a is no I J PAS ENG T ERS nt the retreat No heart but his own knows how j Mid event may have his or to what exertions H may in attempting to drown all A to to sharpen AND ALL POINTS EAST aud rj u irh of Dr. ton hai for years at thu QV where Irving where read fin tiie burial service for his former To those who were aware of these mournful thv must have been There tiro but few portraits or busts of Mr. Irving ia as he especially of refused to himself at the disposal of any however op acres you have twelve in to and thu will the of a years be thirty or forty the anU the highest J will be two or present whoLy person desiring to feast upon has i school in which all those children id the were Joiu tQ UHO a and be taught tiie elements of a to his English of live or six evening the day that mid wera there and Deacon of tho Cleveland to report In courso tho evening lie was called annex an extract from his as given by the In the room were bambou placed on containing aud puppies of every size and dogs arc to be the most He was 1'iusbytei'ian at day he saw a H uid a man following a of n doff or puppy which will at once bu cooked iu whatever style ho A M followin form of marriage actually took place two with a negro at Live and is the form used there with forty or fifty who are treated as mere brumes or you have raised up this republic or well free men and with churches and school the to educate tho other to the con- All over the in all freul TUe List number of the Knickerbocker a of who rarely failed to go to bed and disturb liii during the whole 1 by a friend that he went to bed he indignantly denied the uf gao particular night in so ni alter 1 got into my what is with act said 1 at SUM natural at Shan't I up aud get for And up a to tiie to look and the with ber knew that there was s i suid ow this is a aud ray wife will to so you me r that I haven't been lo wishing Lo be and through revolver in his tbo Jlove and wishing all dcm dat ting mind I'm not of my dem como forward and speak is a couple who have walked states of this will nt Minn. 1'iiMi.- .i editor of the Republican made a visit to But This A y. J. i. s. of tho p. i i M i i iio ni M i i ii i it n i. bl. I A Cf ci and Ii 11 A recent visit to Connecticut has en- abled us to more of ihe of the political iu thut state than the spread eagles and large of the newspapers cnn possibly It is a which arouses the energies every nnd stirs the sympathies of ro was a wno ib lean made a visit to i i i 1 s the ot the late states what he saw once before but tak luul been ho had been if then hold their peace and forever I wants every car to hear nd ovary heart to o Jim whosoever stands by yeur left do you lake her fov your beloved wife to wait on ber sickness and safe you go these thuir to They are the roJi sober in L IN that draw away from a sinful race the Kila in her Placo on tho for tho it These two and write weru crossing at one be lioly and be loving and which was the As the the church d' aad you j 119 Ic some ways he to push him into at which tho Sexton and Politic is to be Then thuy topic of conversation in every j locked tho door ran up lae there they down upon lo Many do not pretend their business while every business carries with it a political A conversion to cither accounted worthy of special Do you love her Do you love her Do you love her Do you lova her Do you lova liar D you lov Mary of territory I have one family with forty have no school ia the my between tho hated black republican the policy which you propose to ia through the of O 3 boasted your democratic and her on 1, serene bust of The Washington of the Do you love Press that a statement God the is current in that to the effect that die advised and will the secession of tho majesty to wan sim she awed a lonna worm tucking eyes her from the and a Von us with bijou aud with another she turned back to the drunk with eastern which slowly burned and emitted spicy oil fill on in a lamp on tho her knees and gd must been tha slave who was about by your tight do from the all trying to SnJ where thu ua yOUr dearly beloved should Douglas be had to wait ou him through health nud through member of the has recently told with and care if we tike a o' The newspaper are Three wero criven for Political are held every lit in all the This speech was wonderfully well ed. The deacon's humorous style of A of a and is not a j tho and bis confession an were in is riot the sceno of stirring was and he did corpt of j hesitate to add that il was very far from for this t lor i r si SELL EXCHANGE I who have stnod John rase have been swept in G ray if ho would bo willing liave bo- i inj whole an and ive ami intensely to previous As of ii stale I dm who eaa Mr. to answer a and safe nnd be holy and Northern that to of Do you love his Bo y c his Do you love his Do you love his i i O J f tiw shall pronounce Mr. Jim to hold Mary fastly by the right aad I shall pronounce you both to bo man nnd the commandment of e DJ ycu love God improbable that the South takt of the Union Constitutional ii to at shrill and trusting through God that l more on the Oth of Southern peop should he succeed iu overcoming his op- at ton National iting New Yolk during coming as tha of City uow undor the in order to array M. formerly of against elect The which Gen. in Mexico wiil add to tho i -i i. a a I and i to Wiley Glover oi These wero made on of shot I lolo out were all drowned that the weru a mill and inflammatory its A is slated br a
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