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Wautoma Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1858, Wautoma, Wisconsin THE WAUTOMA JOU LL interests af M I 03 YOL ft Sa 6 WAUTOMA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1858 HORNING M W HITCHE i vv i 3 per 85 One column M ten m OFFICE Ac it Mil WAUTOMA TO to I IT- I f HOUSE STAGE OK VIC K located U commo fur the at FORSYTH HOUSE A w n 1 for the accommodation TM AND NO- WU In tbe the door BARBER SHOP TW IMM SALOON over the Hotel LAOS KID GLOVES Ac tec Wisconsin ABBOTT AMD COUNSELLORS AT LAW In the Circuit of thb Tnw p-W 4L MCU t n to 11 to Law aad Courts at thU tins to of kd All to bear ore will prompt U L R I D POTTER A P k wU M Solicitor ia f Canty Wb ft W C Cmr or L T Y In rj annd to all te and fie location of B F DODSON M D Office two Or F M D In branches m to Surgery Office SWAIN DENTISTS of Work of Work nude in wfl the Feb M Wautoma My AMD of the MM hren to Dakota W H AND JEWELLER TV to the inhabitants that he looted in Wan repair Watchet and tbe AD work 1657 9 at IT Agent FOKD DO LAO WIF BROWN BREAD CAKES From the National Era differ That is not an original remark In fact I am not naturally an original character but perseverance intense mental concentration extensive acquaintance with the best authors and a retentive memory have combined to remedy this deficiency and I am now considered by my friends sufficiently final for all practical purposes Mark now the application Scintillant ius and insipid would alike have shunned a remark BO trite so worn so unquestioned as the one I liave used but my mediocre and originality lifts it above its plebeian associations and coins its very commonness I think I have not succeeded very well in the idea that ed in a somewhat solvent state in my mind bat O indulgent reader the weather is and I am as Mrs Dombey to make an As I was remarking tastes The Frenchman rolls as a sweet morsel under his tongue tho hind legs of a frog To the patriotic Chinese no savor is so savory as that which arises from ed mouse or broiled puppy The plunged into thj pots and kettles of civilization moans for the delicious blubber and which once gladdened his heart Connecticut delights in the Meat bread rice apples potatoes whatever goods the gods provide every dweller in her valleys will attest they are neither few nor casts incontinently into the sputtering fat till Connecticut joints from constant lubrication acquire a suppleness which neither age nor time nor travel nor the burden of her nutmegs clocks and hams can overcome But thou O Massachusetts land of my birth and thrice and four times land of my love queen mother of men reverent children who turn every shore and bind on thy brow the laurels they learned from thee to win will any wanderer from thy sturdy soil ever Forget the sty fiat bent above His childhood like a of love? The stream beneath tho preen hill flowing The trees the smoke from thousand fires ascending with fragrant odors sweetly blending of thousand pans bright glazed and red pans of hot Drown Nor is thy fame confined to thy dren alone From the lumbering and fishing East to the miasmatic and atic West an unfortunate race whose veins have never throbbed with Bay State blood who have not sufficient in- genuity to step out of the even tenor of their way but whose achs have been endowed with a denied to their brains weekly dis- tend their pliant throats with Boston Brown Bread Can such a generation be supposed in the highest flights of its imagination ever to have soared to brown bread Is not the attempt to rouse in these sluggish minds any enthusiasm for the ambrosial food Quixotic to tl e last Nay is it to in- into their stolid souls any con- ception of the ethereal flavor which my inmost frame when I sit down to a repast of brown bread Yet in the great multitude gathered from every nation under heaven the mighty throng that are making the derness of this New World to bud and blossom as the rose there must needs be a few who have an eye for the curve that swells the luxuriant sides of a sweet potatoe a nose to discern the fumes that rise from a fair young beef floating in its own sapient juices a soul to mount upwards on the wings of smoking Mocha and since Earth Heaven Brown bread Brown bread cakes or less mathematically as the homely and kindly earth to the grand and lit heaven BO is the bliss which a loaf of brown bread makes to the exquisite thrill of delight arising from brown bread cakes because of all this I will make the attempt Let me give the modus Of fine maize flour yellow as the locks of lovely Lenore take cannot tell exactly how much it depends upon circumstances Of fresh new milk white as the brow of the chinning I dont know exactly how much of that either it depends upon circumstances particularly on the quantity of If you have not new milk take blue milk provided it be sweet or if you have none that is sweet sour milk will answer or if your folks dont keep a take water clear and sparkling as the eyes of the peerless Amanda but whether it be milk or water let it Le scalded as the tears of the outraged Isabel Of molasses sweet as the tones of the tuneful Lisette great deal if it is summer in the winter not quite so much for the reasons for see Treatise on the Ex- Power of Fluids vol 1 p 175 Of various other substances an- imal vegetable and mineral which it becomes not me to be- cause I have forgotten what they are secondly because I never knew and thirdly because as the immortal Toots remarks it is of no consequence Take whatever seems good in your sight and cast them together into the and knead with all your might and main Provide self then with R tiu plate not bright and new for so will your cakes be vy your crust cracked and your soul sorrowful but one blackened by fire and venerable with time and rough with service With own roseate fingers scoop out a portion of the pulpy mass Fear not to touch it it is soft yielding and plastic as the heart of the affectionate Clara Turn it lovingly over in your hands Round it Mould it Caress it Soften down its Smooth off its angularities Re- press its bold protuberances Encourage its timid shiinkings and when it is smooth as the velvet cheek of Ida and oval as the classic face of Helen give one last long lingering and lay it tenderly in the swart arms of its tutelar plate Repeat the process un- til jour cakes shall equal the sands on the sea shore or the stars in the sky for multitude or as long as meal holds out or till you are tired I am prescribing for one only To the Stygian cave that yawns dis- mally from the kitchen sto re consign it without a murmur Item said stove must have a crack up and down the A philosophical son for this I am unable to give I re- fer the curious in cause and effect to Galen's deservedly celebrated tion oil the Relations of Fire and als passim also on Dough p 35 Appendix I only know that the only stove whence I ever saw brown bread cakes issue had an immense crack up and down the front writing the above a new stove has Leen substituted for the old one and still brow n bread cakes are duly every morning Consequently you need not be particular about the crack Still I would advise all teurs to consult the authorities I have mentioned It will be a good exorcise for the you can find them authorities I mean not the days which are alas only too When your cake has for a sufficient length of time undergone tho of fire bring it to the blessed light of day I f the edge be black and tered like a giant tree blasted by the stroke or if the crust be rent and torn as by an internal convulsion cast it aw ay It is worthless Trample it tinder fi Item put on your est boots and provide yourself with cork sole s otherwise the trampling may prov e to bo anything but an able me Bat if the surface be a beautiful auburn brown crisp brittle and to ft We confess to a liking ior a small house and small women Touching the former we will here seven good and reasons for as we think our preference sufficient In the 1 your is The gates are past and breakfast ia wen or as the clown said of the apple dump lings Tl the jockeys for me If you are an outside barbarian ig of refinements of life yon will at once proceed to cat op en with knife the steaming cake as you would an oyster and thereby render it as the heart of the weep ing Niobe bt if you are a gentleman and a scholar you will gently sunder Its clinging sides without armed in at d so preserve its spongy porous texture To the one part is as as another but let me confidentially in your ear if i should be your duty to pass the plate present to your neighbor that side which bears the as that is liable to be burnt and unpalatable and reserve to yourself the uppe crnst which is toothsome Lay your portion on your plate cms downward With your own knife the reason for this you will carve from the ball o golden butter a lump of magnificent di Be not niggardly in this respect toward yourself a gener for butter sinks into itself and in is lost with won rapidity when it rests on a estal of hot bread Press your butter still adhering to your knife down into the warm soft bread ia various places forming little wells whose walls are unctuous with the melted luxury ane I but I cannot sustain the picture which my fancy has drawn My eves are dim with childish tears ily heart is idly stirred for the eame sound is in my cars That in those days I Thus fares it still in onr own decay Yet mourns the wiser mind Less for the crusts time takes away Than those lie leaves behind The bridegroom mav forget tho bride Wua made his wedded yestreen The monarch may forego the crown That on his head an hour hath But never Oh I Brown Bread Cakes never may your taste pass away from ray lips your odor from my nostrils or your memory from my heart till my eyes shall be turned to behold for the last time the sun in the heavens SOCRATES conversing fully with his friends before his was asked how they should bury him As you replied the if you can catch On a similar occasion and in the same it being asked where be should be interred replied My friends tbe journey beyond the grave is as long from one place as another soul upon which yon cannot lay hands being ilw one great reality the place and mauner of the body's becomes of comparatively trifling importance The truly spiritual mind is indifferent to it To such heaven is not so far off as it is deemed the grave is tbe door that opens into it Let the grave then be garlanded and let all neral processions pass under a rainbow arch of hope So many clerks are proving defaulters we wonder em- do not employ young women instead of young men The don't go on benders and spend their ers cash and many of them are as well qualified to perform the duties of a clerkship as the generally of young men first place they imply small rooms Not cramped but ble So small that the light and heat are radiated from all parts Family comfort cannot thrive in a halt or a field I imagine that the boy who did not feel sufficiently acquainted with hhs father to ask him for a new cap lived in a residence I doubt not for the reason people living among mountains are more sociable than those who live on plains tion like a smile dies it is ted Secondly we like small houses because they look paid for and a small house paid for holds more of happi- ness and ieal friends than a large one unpaid Anything unpaid is able To an honest man debts are de- mons and an indebted boose a haunted house full of creeping horrors and quietudes as those described by Hood Thirdly we like small houses they look sympathising They are ike people not more ready to make acquaintance A big house is like a big Stately porticoes and lordly halls are like the titles D D LL D distant and inclined to he repellent In th e fourth place we like a small ouse because it excites no envy It matters not how elegantly it Is by shrubbery and flowers its observers are its admirers and friends It does not fall under the evil and no man who has a soul would wish even his abode of his wife and be an object of envy Everbody can say and is en- to say I can build such a words are equivalent to a blessing Fifthly we like a small because it must always remain the houses Tbe industrious ic can always have such a house The diligent laborer can own by patient industry such a house The widow can live in such a house and what a rich rational comfort it is to live in such accommodations as of necessity must be tho dwelling places of nine of the Sixthly we like small houses because in such most of us begin life It with small houses that the affections of young couples the first cares and and joys of married life are mostly associated Most of tis begin life in a small way In the last place we prefer the small house because ic is not so far removed from onr last narrow home Only a few and our weary feet are there but from the large palace to the narrow grave the change is too abrupt I've grown sober over these orders of architecture and will Ohio mer NEWS BY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH following is said to be tho latest news by the Atlantic Telegraph the second message from Queen Victoria and the President's reply Buy To P resident United Her Majesty desires to extend her sympathies to the President in o the late failure in the successful ng of tho political wires in nia also the loss of Jones the operator VICTORIA THE PRESIDENT'S KEPLY Stilt River Oct 21st TD Majesty Victoria Queen of Great th Co O InU by the of that region under the Big Tent at On Wednesday week Mr J D of one of the Vice gave the following of Pioneer subject always f to pioneers had omitted bj the speakers Pioneer I He could speak from experience of the happy times when and girls mod to set np together when courting was done Sunday nights and sparking was enjoyed th the only family of the log cabbin bla kets tte only partitions and the curtains round tbe bod of the old folks About eight the children would climb the ladder to their banks close under the shake roof and in an hour more father and mother would also retire behind the blankets leaving the sparkers sitting at opposite corners of spacious stick chimney Soon the fire need a Hula fixing with the wooden shovel or poker and resuming Heats somehow would manifest unusual attraction for closer contiguity If chilly they most sit closer together to keep warm if dark to keep the beam off Of what was then whispered Mr T was mum but when tho first hearty smack broke the cabin stillness the gentle breathing behind tbe blankets was often ed by a slight hacking cough 1 When a strapping boy be fell head over ears in love with a girl of the real Plymouth Rock stamp She lived ty miles away and ho went to see her regularly every fourth Sunday night He won tho lass longed to marry her but as the course of true love never did run smooth her mother objected however kept on until be got to love everything on the old man's farm At last love and were rewarded and the wedding day was fixed The new country sickly and he often found himself fueling hU pulse as the day of days drew near in a tremor lest tho shakes should be added to the fever consuming him Got ried without accident moved to his log cabin went to housekeeping soon came on went to the polls asked if he was of age and didn't vote Mrs T wan altto annoyed about it and when election next came round that very morning she presented him with a little counterpart of himself Tho news reached the town meeting before him and now objected to bis voting The President tenders tbe Queen his hearty thanks for her in the lour of trial and would say that men have come to the conclusion hat the failure was ia consequence of a want of strength at the polls Tns of human happi- ness are fewer ami simpler than moa have supposed To name them in the order of their importance they first a clear conscience quite siblo second somebody to love and lastly folks and things One can better dispense with all the rest than the first And next to having somebody to love is having something to do tion serves aa the chimney of a man's the fire and con- ducting of bis energies which would otherwise and blacken all the inner chambers THE COMET was so near to Venus on tho 17th of October that it appeared to be thirty-six times as large to the lers on that shining as h did to us who live on this dull earth It would be curious to know bow the ple of Venus bore the sight and er they were much frightened by tbe of so queer a visitor and which cante quite unbidden within their re- circle A The goat of yesterday will ba tbo ing point of
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