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Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - August 27, 1857, Jefferson, Wisconsin WEEKLY PUBLISHED THURSDAY AT BY w r M W A I1 T FRYERS BRICK STORE per advance 1 Aii additional cents will when the paper is by tie Terms of Advertising BY THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO At in i i column one column s 1J JEFFERSON AUGUST 27 18 00 o 00 nl No unlit arrearages arc at the option of he Wurk executed ut reasonable puces r r i BUSINESS CARDS County Surveyor of with one of W L E Transits Fort C G DEPUTY SURVEYOR OF Will promptly attend to all business to his care Jun Dwellings Farm Building De- 1 lac tied ami for purposes i lure Grain Stuck therein contained The is a reliable Insurance every o ie who b a of this Company will have an voice u lection at tlie Directors and will I.e they to pay for their Insurance it worth and no All Hazardous Property Positively Rejected in th the pirate with a sr may have some articles to take a fancy It I am not O'er 1 Oil I or tint roves 11 than the tree nie lor you which I may returned Cap- you will need no permission Iron me as L am unable to resist uu show your good judgment at of the and with his can heart overrunning with patriotic im- pulses he had dragged his feeble steps down to bestow his meed of praise upon his country's heroes One after another i he officers passed by and while old Adam his hat in the air he r i ma in me mr least you ead 1 will take felt a slight touch upon his arm and Tli t to turn ur urn ar tr cheer Ill i a lool at your cabin first j As the pirate captain spoke he turned i to tlie and was j the point ot starting for the cabin ills eye caught the eye o and just on when hlid W W REED M P PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j r DIRECTORS VAX w n i I In turned liis eye rested on the fair youth ot the pirate schooner what with me tered iho old man slightly at Adam the memory thus started up and at UK ho started back as though Look look there sir said the youth had a spirit from the other world in an earnest tone and manner at j L lie old man seemed to be equally j time pointing to H party of seamen who I in startled tor MS he gazed on the face oi the pirate a fearful tremor shook his frame and In: gasped for breath the A It AX MAN'S DEATH Of na M he Km fruit buccaneer into the working features i before him stepped forward and j laying his hand tremblingly on the old up party who that wonderful Office on Troni Attorneys t Law Solicito in CM n n c c r y and Fashionable Tailor Street to win rl ct wi i him int fir fo w I man's arm said Tell me old man from whence i came tell me what name you bear o u v e v a n c e r s D F C It Attorney Jit anil Councilor Palmyra to his a to J K t 0 C MKItlilM AN Attorney nl ami Solicitors in Will t'i in the f t anil of Of in Court ITS all uho wish of a Tailor to ve him a call his new shop on Racine street a few doors i- i tlie Jefferson Stove and Tin Store where lie will lie found at all times ready and willing j to fit them out in tlie most fashionable j All work warranted j Sept H 22 Banking and Exchange Office OF you Adam replied the j old man half reclining from the touch I that rested nn him fire at my father broke from lips und he would have V Co Will Solicitor in in the cuil Office in the Cramer its I It at in Ch t nl Notary Co it All to -t i of Mill A A A II SCI VI K liny ami Self Krafts Certificates and SHnr film nn the llnst at the Exchange TO 0 D President M C Town 15 W City Bank Ohio Selal K 1 ash Mercant Hunk Voik Job n P Velverton Pr Peoples November l reas I II WALDO'S -t in i iri ii that h nea terms lln WISCONSIN Dealers in all Kinds of ALSO IX OF O I T Ii V li O l V K c it E JAS Tj Drafts on Xew York at curren of fin bv S C A CO Vn i r J 17 IsoT J Tin M of Tin K T ami all kept ill 11 on the of Main Streets Foreign Hoot vie SI Corner of Main K ip on street Streets Particular i AVis the of Wholesale and in and Domestic Goods WHITEWATER WISCONSIN to tht ol IT and they have in and the Goods before market iii inn KN'CIIAXCK Whitewater County C E Strict attention to the of Main rf Wij x in AMKItlCAX the Kiver Kort Jeff Co j j Tlie would inform tlie the that lie THE OLD TAVERN STAND ON MAIN STREET And will be ready to n the all A careful will be in attendance le d li r in MIT Aii 1C 11 INO CAPS Ac Ac which they an- tinned to for cash or barter a t i will do well run I 1 HO X all sold m- low as it can be at tint lake all ot in ex- or pny if monts to our to iis- f at home instead of tli i- in to a list a in market advances on in Store S 0 A- CO lime 12 THE OLD THE PIRATE Early in the month of August n good-sized brig Marled from hound for New Oi leans On hoard there an old man named Adam Wirt ing an only son whom he had learned was somewhere on the coast of the Gulf ol Mexico Adam Wirt was wealthy hut for four years he had been alone to dwell among its glitter When the old man had taken a second wife to liis home his son La ml on stepped from his roof and swore that sc Ion if as his stepmother lived he would not cross its threshold again second wife was now dead and sad loneliness the old man resolved to his child The had good weather and for several days nothing had occurred to break the monotony of the voyage bui at one of the lookouts reported a sail to the southward eastward The wind was from the east and the brig had it slightly abaft the beam as her course lav south i brought his ulars from the cabin after gazing on the ranges for sonic en ma je her out to he a er lit towards them do von think she's hound Adam Wirt as he heard the cap report 1 1 1 1 1 can tell you belter watching her Fifteen and the of lowered his and while a slight tremor shook his frame 1 e said that schooner is falling oil An 1 what of the old man who had failed to take notice of the manner What of it why simply thai fellow is bound for this Wants to speak to us I Very returned the captain as e went aloft nnd again tinning to the I fallen I old man's bosom had he not man who halts in his walk Do you hear the shouts that greet him A braver heart or more effectual arm was not to be found on the decks of our frigate lie fought bravely for his country and he sealed liis devotion his blood Adam Wirt stopped not to hear more for in the person of the pat riot thus pointed out to him he recognized his own son and springing quickly forward he caught the man in his arms Those who stood around saw this ing and they knew that the aged father was blessing his son Louder swelled the his hands to keep him off shouts of joy and many a parent wished Thy father repeated old Wirt moving I that such a pleasure might be his None hack from where he stood no no am km w of the stain that once blotted the ihy O once thou or's name and in their bosom all the ast once I gazed with a j was forgotten all for on the thy features and once tar of his country's had offered his atonement for his crime and had thrown oil all shackles but those of love virtue and honor And now my son that is all forgotten tell me whence came resolves said old Wirt as he sat in his own have been my son parent's pride upon 1 called my is this n dream My boy a pirate still urged the pirate ing the old man's backward movement own me as your son anil you No away bloodthirsty man 1 know th l Listen to me one minute my father exclaimed chief in a tone and manner litile in vvith his vocation j companion of my wayward days comes These hands are not stained with dropi back to us of blood save where the flag of England You mean the youth has waved they have not until the present j Ah here she friend my time intruded upon any deck but my own savior nnd an angel of mercy Many people seem to hint dies of the present day exhibit neck with its the women of any former age but such is not fact Woman seems to have had a keen perception of the most besetting weakness of men and has not been slow to arail thereof to mention the courts of Charles II of England and Louis XV of Franco wherein female voluptuousness reached apex of its most bewildering we find that even in the staid- village of beloved men to the law for refuge against the ments of the sex That if any female of ten years or upwards in any public street lane highway church ern or any other place of lic resort naked shoulders is low-necked being ablo to chase necessary clothing she shall pay a fine of not less than one or more than ten pounds The closing paragraph of the law ever permits women of to bare their shoulders as n badge of distinction the chaste and At Such is the disreputable origin of fashion which many good but thoughtless or bold now seem to exult in beneath the broad of the sun and the glare of gas icrs of the Would not 0 God and is ii thus I have i ing with his only son by his side lound my boy j one t the young man while a peculiar expression rested on his countenance till the faithful gold How now though 1 have lockers I am in want of bread v ill le ive yon go in peace Y in my yet I Some weeks ago we gave n few facts in regard to the weight nnd dimensions of Miles Darden who died in Tennessee and was said to be the largest world The Jackson Whig has the following tional particulars of deceased ed by Rev John Brooks lie was twice married His children very large but none of them will ever ti more than half the weight of their her He was quite active and lively and until about four years ago when ic became so fleshy that he o stay at home or be hauled about in a wo horse wagon In 1319 he a contract with n tailor o furnish him a suit of clothes for cloth was to cost five dollars per yard Upon measurement it took twelve yards of cloth So the tailor lost ten lars and making The tailor states that three men each weighing over two hundred pounds put the coat on buttoned it around them and walked across the square at Lexington In 1850 it took yards of flax cloth yard wide to make him a coat It took sixteen yards of bric shroud twenty four yards of sailor spoke a lovely female en- black velvet to cover the sides and lid of tered the room Her eyes sparkled with a u happy light a blight smile of joy ra her features The younj man his men to return to father and said Father here arms and after imprinting a kiss upon the brow of the fair being ho turned to his I the captain al the stranger receive no trouble from me covered his face with his the deepest agony dwelt in his bosom while he thus stood the pi- rate captain their vessel The youth who had his chief on board the brig at this moment approached the spot where Adam Wirt and the old hands in his own he j upon the beautiful Surely 1 have 1 Oh sir if are the man's father seen that face before his coffin one hundred and feet of plank his coffin His coflin was eight feet long across rang from his chmr and caught her in the breast thirty-two inches across the is the being who saved your son to own dear wife Your wife ejaculated the old man starting from t he chmr and gazing earnestly speak ti him an kind word Smile upon own him as your son One word iruin you may errors the old man as he said the female nd upon old man's shoulder and reclaim him from all his gazing into his face I once i pleaded tor your son oti the deck of the brig Then I was the first to point upon the pure and heavenly features that him out to you as his son were turned towards him you know Yes said the son is in- home the vainc and devotion tind him that knows no cooling this gentle being Back will 1 I has followed me through the various scenes liend eighteen inches across the teen inches its depth thirty-five inches He in 1845 eight hundred and seventy-one pounds His height was seven feet six inches His weight when he died as nearly as could be ascertained was a fraction over 1000 pounds ast of IIT 1 hav son but dm left my such as I T SMITH JEWELLER AN I DU IN OK KIM did nt of on old man he continued you need be under no alarm sir but in all ty thai schooner is a A pirate replied Wirt while his a livid hue Then in Heaven's name what shall we do We shall have to the bust of it for of two tilings we may rest assured we can run away Irom nor him Look his deck is crowded with men The crew had by this time be come ol the schooner and as may lie supposed they felt anything but com- at the conviction thus arrived at The brig was heavily loaded and she was biU an unpromising sailer while schooner with the wind lull upon her quarter came along at a furious raie A was held upon and it was at length agreed upon that the should be kept on her course and if ordered by the pirate to heave to they would do so at once and of- fer no which if offered at all could only render their situation worse In an hour and a half the pirate had I will never own and will I travel my weary way the lasl six years and even striven to O sir think once youth to han the result of vilea more every hope upon One fond l me what 1 am God bless her Old Adam Wirt was happy and for years he lived to companionship son's wife while that son with o ing from his father may vet Speak 0 speak Never uttered Adam Wirt he pushed the reclaim him a fervent devotion fought bravely for his country peace once more spread her t manile over the home of America of de St was the most singular creature in the world not only in face but in manners She half boiled solf one day in the Seine near bleau where she bathing The river was too cold she wished to warm it and had a quantity of water heated and thrown into the stream just above her Tho water reaching her before it could grow cold scalded her so much that she was forced to keep her bed When it thundered used to squat herself under a couch and make all her servants lie above one upon the other so that if the thunderbolt fell U might have its effect upon them beforo penetrating to her her husband Of course she ruined leave woman in Baltimore cooking her dinner in the yard the other day ing that the pot did not set level took up a small-size bomb shell that had been lying i there for six years and placed it in the Gre I could spontaneously fal into beneath the pot not apprehending any the Monti in a letter to Halle mentions M of the dinner being weu A priest of the name of approached and commenced cast oil and must had the same faculty But the king out some vegetables The shell ing by this time become well heated ex- a piece of it striking her hand and lacerating it dreadfully The pot and suppliant him i duly must rest with the you'll as he turned away rom tire spot The may There are cases on record of persons v i 7 i i i i i I lor but I cannot i al this moment ex pirate come here Th are already a tiling here have I molested must celebrated instance is that of Colonel a light heart mentioned in the surgical works of Gooch by whom and by Dr a wav and I snail Come As pirate chieftain spoke the youth and Dr Beynard and by Mr j blown up the chimney followed him quickly on board the I Shrine an apothecary the performance of the Colonel Townsend was seen and attested They had long attended him for be was an habitual he had often invited cr and in a few minutes afterwards brig was again on her way unmolested Old Adam Wirt returned to his home was darker than them to witness the phenomenon of his had left in search of his life again Accordingly found that son bui he left in their presence Colonel Townsend laid Roston but horn ever i ha chief in command beneath a rover's himself down on his back and Dr Hag But gradually dim eno undertook to observe the pulse Dr from the cloudy mist of conscience Beynard laid his hand on his Mr the earnest appeals of son and Shrine had a looking glass to hold to his also the prayers of that gentle youth who l mouth After a few and dispatch Cull or by the day in or without rooms most is a trial liis endeavor bo to J A JOS BERG Ell W Worker in C 1 r Sheet i to windward and in a few minutes after wards the was lying with her main to the must j i j The crew watched the schooner as she md A p o t h c c a r y ani lh couK1: in the of repress an dread yet tney and that j telt confident that no violence would be j into oil r ill nf liis so long as they offered no resistance ome up to within a mile and fired a gun pardon for him In ing and action of the heart were no longer A o rn nn ill IV mm 11 t i- i i i i the secret recesses of his heart hu could J to be observed Each of the hut feel that he might have saved his boy j satisfied himself of the entire cessation of The memory of that on i these phenomena When the death trance of the brig softened his heart i had lasted half an hour the doctors began feeling only made him more j to fear that their patient had pushed tlie experiment loo far and was dend in earnest tht I say old cried Paul Pry to an excavator in North Shields whom he espied at the Bottom of a yawning gulf what are yon digging A big the old boy replied Paul was not to be put off in this ion What are you going to do with the hole Going to cut it into small re- plied the old boy and retail them to mers for gate posts Paul was sold A fellow went a since into the store of a fashionable Have you any skirts asked he ty of all kinds What do you ask a Iron and Tin next Office Main Street with v slock ol al Wines ami of on k has been selected with can in price niu Weekly In iu My S by with anv other establishment in I tin's X J c a nor disappointed for as 15 the schooner ranged along siJe and the pirates began to Hock on borud no of murderous intent were i The pirate captain was the first on board i brisi lie was a young man in the prime of and next to lullow was a fair haired youth who ed to hang upon his commander's steps 1 with a strange mixture of devotion and ten thousand hearts and national pride Slat under command of brave Hull enter ed the harbor of Boston after a glorious O and family orders ul at ill hours for sale M the Jeft 3 son Drug Store were tilled with sensible motion of the heart gradually re- On that memorable i turned and breathing and consciousness day the United States frigate Constitution I The sequel of the tale is Townsend on recovering sent for his At- torney made his will and died for- good victory r the Guerriere and adjacent streets were I enthusiastic people scarred heroes walked up from the land Do you command this vessel asked everywhere hailed with women by their true Travelers put the pirate leader of Poole es sir replied j and they were preparing to leave asked the chap A replied woman Yes I want about a cord the petticoats has gin out you advertise corded and I thought while my hand was in I'd take The morning of the of August when a slight movement of the body the city of Boston j ted their attention They renewed their and ere the sun went down on that day i routine of observation when the pulse and see J The wharves crowded with as the and all six hours afterwards KST In Paris it is said the mala sex i are too polite or fastidious to speak of CIGARS for sale at the of thanks and joy from landin to which the Shiel ave made frequent note of it Lady m u nn Then of course you will have no boat from the victorious fleet Store j tion to my overhauling your cargo jed up Adam Wirt He hnd heard informs us that the Persian Prime Minister alluded to wife as tho daughter of hia uncle what you had corded up The milliner fainted bad joke is told of a newly arrived servant girl who had ob- a place at a splendid in the Fifth Avenue On the day after her arrival her mistress observed her coming down the grand staircase backwards and naturally inquired the reason like movement Lor bless you we down that way aboard the
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