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Whitewater Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1856, Whitewater, Wisconsin in la mib you co AVIS TIIK WHITEWATER JALETTE uv J A LEONARD A EMERSON annum in advance or at tlic expiration of i lion HI be six months RATES OF ADVERTISING C M MBER 5 The Modem A IX OM ACT of sketches entitled v York in Lift ve cull these well known individuals as they arc seen in streets nf ie scene laid in the dining room ol A man uhi l stuck Ksh style a pair ol rt in The table appears yet have I not hell heard sound I thought to awake the boarders I or the matin I Such negligence is inexcusable What hu there n -i i or thy name Seck breakfast lor myself friend submit vould your honor glad obey but e v-i tiv or 1 S In- il ii in- li I mil II it W Your honor must obtain an order j From the powers that be the time's so lure i I dare not risk the punishment which 1 might -i n t II I If in such nee discovered It Co Got the hence t Thou vile and miserable warm 1 in Cirri t nil I I i I V r out deep set eyes sack coat His stei is qui and his swing awkwardly as if he were tr ing t knock his elbows together behind him the Socialist the capitalist 11 odd circumstance lor a in York So or other lie always looks as if he to think out some problem a too diffu dt for him Old gentleman in carriage A well built portly oid man full ruddy faco abundant hair good 1 kindly int look Dr Francis the encyclopedia information especially in local hi and in an open d: He looks like a doll is it alive We'll the street and so get to him u see hat turned clear over in abo e the ears blue coal anil brass buttons atent leathers shirt rill gold specs bright red c and jetty black eyebrows lache and imperial 1 could see Iro u the He is about the medium A J j r Mi well built a and in- VA A L J J L U J fair i was dreUd in a wears his hair short and in Ki i i bsh style a pair Of VC1V N held at weeks development His I in which a contrast ho may be beard to a S the of than m hm 1 power His tones are those trumpe l K dead niff war but are ol powerful and e t into the between kind but his hearing is decidedly that l whirled by elemental be of a gallant man with a oi i of oceanic torrents the and enthusiasm in his nature lie edges c ground by his chest oat and head and irs Stains were sown eye has a steady that IM science can but scs aud a will that would hN to havo lace a at fifty lie made an l of growth or reproduction speech starting out but presently s ami saying things full of pith and I U V i the grains The greeting of the mighty humanity i i V A mg iu the streets was of ie Alternation ol ceed tune and like the voice of the sea sounding a hard storm It was cleat that Mr wa- f e saw when you t hi breaklast Avaunt or well I know my passion will mo And I some deed ol horror soon shall do tcr hi ill f lln 1C Sir it X D Sir luir ink -1 I In 4 ii v ti I Ur dye and upon our word tlierc's a hair of the straggling out under the jaunty oiled How straight be sits ami how be simpers an i how i c gers the with a delicate white linger out as il a mere touch were his baud might govern a team of elephants Tin with no end of m--d.ca! from It IU v I in I ir iii nil A MY T li s I i J J A- i -i I I -n n A t COTT I I il 1 I ill I i S II It V waiter has been to obtain th desired meal Herbert and friend seated at a on which are plates knives forks i tell tba my blood did warm within me And strong desire I felt to utterly destroy him Hitter Kwing Ike K Sir I am Out hound 1 want not me let me my A II hear me Dost see this pistol i Vow by head if but three moro j I have to wail thy j rains shall strew the j K Without an or lor from the -ir I dace not at this in ur accede to your demands If you will i hireling hound take kul lor thy reward And dare not thus address a again chair at followed up with urn plates forks iVc himself Other w liters rush to his assistance A All j general CUM OH in midst oi which you may c or by lelter il you choose I w II be worth money to see that s y he lion ol the day I lis spunky the has him a national at one of the most Ki id He with i some and will until the i lion stump the ft s A OK a seminal germ a living of gold into tho t will lie unchanged lo o it not cold a grain nt our gold our blessed 1 lo a mystery In a lew its upwards it is u calves stays moustache teeth rat a bald bare I shriveled old granny he ould be straight trim built prompt man well dressed with strong brown hair beard and i tache and a and watchful eye He alertly by watching everybody Charles A I chief editor of the Tribune a ma i of lough strong intellect tremendous prejudices ed on and excellent Down the other side goes one with a dry s iare visage black eyes an I a huge white bea d ol A OK wears a lull beard ll is il alter the dictates of and the ll but it To tins protection he attributes I green m a great degroe the pn soi teeth whiel I r ll -1 to a are amid the m-s of t i t arrays itsell moro which be has subjected and Ins IVon i K leafy the frost time the v a number ol that he should beard and 1.1 Mill his hair thus u to his id surcharged with -I i the whole Vo k i T mv M-e 1 the i- ol grains w that 1 should wear my beard as il i- and pert i same w uv hair a little wider than 1 now me one Hie same i and twenty grains on the ear w lieh I hold in my band A nil now I say sir lent of ours Kie yield this year b at ten or that of high and weighs about two hundred pounds lie is now in the sixty-fifth year his age enjoys his strong and constitution enables to bring to his i lectual labors all the energy ol aided by long and varied experience in public and national affairs AN M have a good story concerning i h bert 1 Keating the heart who la dead immediately fill dirge his i ody Thus ali such hireling I dignity is i to be trilled wilh liv such as Koii b his the somewhat ragged appearance ile re- and rapidly a book in his hand it tho re oi his head a mo t nr a certain town agency not a hundred miles straw hat of it turned sharp up behind and Hartford nin v hich will do to A free and down like a country and a sui mor looking applied to tin storekeeper for coa streaming liki bis I le is a pint ot rum lor It was senior partner ot a book and job printing lirin own town what is describing 1 Wait a minute The firm is a firm ol per editors and publishers It is the firm ol Vm C Kryant Co the partner the jv is i not our foremost and noblest poet abreast with the I most and moreover a strong valiant un more yet and tely A big man willi a face lil e Von tell me what you are doing with -i THIS x m I IN VII UK p -i 1 11 y n 1 S Ii j as he hoi 1 tamt the air little piggy eyes dry stra gbt fi a ii I Hi tin il I'll lin r In thr i harsh hair made up of brownish red mil I Inj his grey rather dirty ami dirly ye low dog skin gloves Ib goes rolling along i i an i j elephantine style aud lor fear oi being trod on p experiment are obliged to use this in carrying ULI tutr tin people get out of the way is Were you a such as lie ever will be Tho agent handed over the and asked ns furnished him and he disappeared but long wards for another pint What itre jou to do with the The was measured out and paid lor and he same person nee more eared for a third nt This the thought best to him Oh it's all party of ns arc trying an and many m re go the MIC m n nli in i the receive is your Why the fact is said Mr Coon jamming the bottle safely into his pucker a couple ol gives a fanciful but agree j to see we cannot get drunk on i Jewish are so n nch We have finished a quart of it so far 1.1 ill lu v K H ill hi film 1 A f KiniN in i ii I- mil II you slew Our indignation won d knew no Hut as you are a h and a gel withal blue but dyed y air bands in plebeian blood court can but ri jret he forced you to this deed i handsomer than the men of their He ays j without much hope success and either we or the Had the deceased billed you been baye the curse which rum wili have to give it up on this bottle j pon their fathers and husbands ami sons At a Uut circumstances cases and my respect for was to be seen the crowd of pr ests A or vonr bo insulted the Son of tho other day i'l-cmont man was not io than Him will thorns and lim a Murdy and verdant Dutchman and That you shall in ten thousand dollars bail be to he minmy and agony of the cross The wo cn her his on t hat be ol believed in the Savior and ind should vote from Hie laet that I To answer to the of manslaughter A uf any was a woman of rare personal beauty while Old i- i- on liis bead precious nt which she i was a and I wo ot H e ter into bonds lor bun and lie a looked at this Pen you retires amid loud shou Is Irom Ins Iriend the v say Mrs ish a eh Justices make a p bow his n to the Oil the reply she is as beaut ul as a he been an Jewesses Ho raised from the dead the son oi the with a and Cf widow of Nain and Martini's brother lie eali a you tell me Tu ii the n i ii rii ir savs with low heads do bear and better In headed trees are the only ones that e in up their or on their fruit re nal fruit bearers aud they are My that of purchasers m iltan tlie men who raise them a t important subject and will never re lint if they their t high most tyros we began so loo in d it has one perpetual sorrow upon us I be low tree is healthier not to tion i or not injured by winds the i gathered in fact every reason is in ii low growth Wo now try lo form a bond net hi than three lect Irom the ground for ples the grow out the speculating dealers or t us from our due of eorn crop ol year wear now gelling it in the ol good beef and that ton in the past two weeks about eighty thousand In el entile have been tin most ol them fr in Ohio Indiana and For th same time last year we received irom every source illy I tock reports litlie falling from last week's large re- i while the larger demand this season than in inner years keeps prices about up to a fair average ine is noteworthy Of the beef cattle re- past week at street v in I ml this is modern i fired Simon's mother in law and the woman i this a gentleman forsooth touched the hem of bis garment tan Alas that delegated justice should thus become woman he was a spring ot living water timl a c unit i Tbe screen for murder And so the servant is Where it should be master that this my best-beloved child America so d its birth i May the time dune when in they may be Intrusted with the of nations even Shall be but ruffians and as such treated DRV GOODS lly iK In- ill this a of Judge to the in of Jerusalem wept ovi r the oly women accompanied him to Calvary balm and spices and weeping sought Him in the Woman why weepest His irst How roi: ol the Maine Funnel says that Air er I Orland had for years led grain to his sheep for the of bis lambs but ed but therefrom lie at last thought there might b a heller so lie tried his limbs in a trough made I v nailing two boards together covering the a id raising it about six inches Irom the lie in tie and them until the lambs learn t fat them which he they will do when dat first The Fremont was slightly struck j old He leaves a fu this time but after stammering a ho said it was a slender Oh vaw in bis barn and a yard for the purpose I understands you mean a mi a little so as a oi a M June He ha lamb ten weeks pipe but you come dat no Why what do you mean why I mean dat a handsome ish one mit a and a back as broad as a barrel o eider and what old that will Jross sixteen pounds w lato ler Apropos we cannot help a nt'W of jan v co JJ occasionally liay some i rather singular brought to them for trans- 1 nn mission The following is a copy ol one landed 1 in Utica tj be 11 j I appearance alter the resurrection was to Mary A ag l e-g a hole in He to A t tho sound of His can trink six mugs lager bier without K which is voice Mary Magdalen's eyes were 1 and fhc Ohl mit von I does yute pepper The egg then well answered Tho of some b lor riKl ls to mix the white the yolk have rested upon the brow of the i Clt ingredients inontionod It is Jewess j whore it is baked to perfection ii SMITH co lit in epistle of 13th and verses A cut in I I e K A SMITH II V CO ing to the text it will he scon that there i fellow in his poem of has the foil i s ti letter contained in verses OK K'S ill A S into ng and a amount of money was i i saved int th she moon Ii h- r i i hen the late Charles was shown An thus prop ared although supposed to contain Oy When the late Charles was shown o fowl is the animalcules in a drop ol water rou-al.-d by a j lo microscope ho shuddered at tlie dangers to which he bad and expressed his determination i to drink no more water without brandy for j said he the monsters arc not dead I N or he Mich it i a I ol ilth Dayton ot if I L I il lias grown tins year j many things to write but I will not with ink and pen write to j Whereupon says the Portland V I I trust 1 shall shortly see and w e shall i the si ol the i i face to taco be to Our friends was on the track of the villain at the last I salute Greet the John U 1101 Mor 1st j In I om you sot sind a temperance man oa I Nature in Die day what makes you drink such stu TO ter a storm is calm and lovely A little you why the very hogs drink hat t y u- on to iV co i wishes a for a husband while the hit I brandy That cause they is brutes said Tor iV co a gan or a usan we y o j her heart on a dapper little fellow of the creatures they know good FOR SALE j size and a worth of allspice Voung 1 1 ot of i the author of Night was one ot the most i You say Mr that Mr Tiv no from this I of men whilo one of the saddest Jogs in was your tutor Docs the Court understand -om a London was the clown Home Sweet i that that you received your education hii i WOOD 1 worJ for SUM 3 i U S If is a beautiful song and yet it j He taught me to play on the Fn nel ten by a man who never happy in the horn He taught mo to 1 birr my midst and and I irf you say that you thai must di- j a weighed six ounces are How long bine you such break your sucking m i irl j Then drive the dam on tho road you can tio the lilt of the to harness and it will inc ou le to trot the old animal Thus or was so a man yon have no lear getting lost in the city that everything he touched turned to nr other 1 rv it case a man with gold and in: will to anything Au sportsman recently hacked his horse on a wager over a distance ot of a mile i minutes and seconds S City to of June states that the gniK have entirely destroyed the crops in Cliche Valley and materially injured them in other portions of tho
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