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Whitewater Register (Newspaper) - August 8, 1857, Whitewater, Wisconsin PUBLISHED EVERY BY BL L Editors and Proprietors Office In Hall's Block corner First and Centre sta WHITEWATER CO WIS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Trin REGISTER will be furnished to Office and Mail Subscribers at Si to receive their papers by the Carrier at 00 per annum payment iu all made in advance To Clergymen and Teachers SI 00 per annum paper continued after the expiration of the tide paid for TERMS OF ADVERTISING linen or make a One square one week two three four Each insertion up to KIK months One six nine twelve mouths One column one year Half column one year Quarter column one year column one WHITEWATER A correspondent of the Providence nal interesting of a visit to Sir Walter Savage Lander at VOL 1 WHITEWATER WIS SATURDAY AUGUST'S 1857 1 00 1 38 1 70 2 00 2D 7 00 10 00 12 00 74 00 40 00 26 00 IS 00 SPECIAL NOTICES including advertisements of Con- fifty percent above To occupying not lew than one- fourth of a column with the privilege of changing as often a1 a liberal deduction from the above swill be made to be restricted to their immediate and all notices of partnership dissolution to be charged extra Legal published at Statute prices Business Cards not exceeding lines in length in- in thU column at 00 per year Each tional line SI 00 Advertisements not accompanied with written will be published until otherwise ordered and charged accordingly All transient advertising not coming from regular must be paid for when ordered Communications should be add revert to H L L H Whitewater Wul worth Co THE BY WM REGISTER JOB OFFICE The of the REGISTER having furnished their with a assortment of the and styles of Type Borders are now prepared to do all kinds of Book Job and Fancy Printing in tho manner and at can be in this section All and descriptions of Posters Psm eads Loiter Heads Ball Business Cards Cards Blanks Chocks Circulars Notes Labels with kind of Printing done neatness and despatch irv COLORS at any in respectfully all in want of Job ing to and examine our and of H L L H BUSINESS CARDS LAW OFFICE F.'l-on Attorney and Law Office second cor- ner of Main and streets M U DAItE ami General Provision and Store on fit the of Having a pood assortment of at all on a of the public patronage is respectfully solicited 14 O H Produce Dealer and the highest for Corn Barley and all of Grain on street a few rods of Depot 11 But three days gone Her hand won By suitor finely skilled to woo now come TYG in pomp to see The church's ceremonials due The bride in white Is clad aright Within her carriage closely hid No blush to For too too pale The each downcast lid White rest On every breast And yet we seem not gay Tho church is cold The priest is But will give the bride away 1 Now stand With spade in hand All mutely to discharge thy trust words sound forth They're Earth to earth Ashes to ashes dust to The groom is death He no breath The wedding peals how slow they With icy grip lie soon will clip Her finger with a wormy ring A match most fair This silent pair to each forever Were lovers long Were plighted strong In oaths and bonds thut could not sever Ere she was born That vow sworn And we lose into the ground Her face we As thither you And I and all arc swiftly bound law of laws That still withdraws mortal from all mortal ken If twere not here Or we saw clear Instead of dim as This were not earth and we not men CLASS Blood Colls ire Judges II If ram 0 Troy David Plait Sullivan George i ter Best blood -1 years old and over having been kept for stock the past son in this State Dip 2nd So Pedigree and satisfactory evidence to be SlO 2nd j Best pair matched carriage horses 2nd best entrance fee Cost single horse 2nd entrance fee Si To be exhibited in harness do do W F Best stullion kept fur stock The past sou within State 4 years old nnd over Dip 2nd best lt li Best mare 4 years old and over 2nd best i Best pair matched horses for all best i 3 c jcj i i Best brood mare 4 years old nnd over with foal at foot 2nd best 3 Best mare colt 3 vears and under 4 3 best 2 Best mure 2 years old and under 3 2nd best Bust mare 1 year nnd under 2 gelding 8 years and under 4 2nd best Best colt 2 years and under 3 best il W Best horse colt 2 years and under 3 2nd best do do AY Best horse colt 1 year and under 2 3 lit do and greatest variety of seed corn do exhibition of and seed 2 do do garden vegetables 2 CLASS 10 Dairy S Partridge Chairman Whitewater V Cravath M Summit Mr uel Best 20 Ibs butter do 3 cheeses 4 2 do exhibition of butter and cheese dip CLASS 11 Manufactures Cook Chairman Whitewater T Cold Mrs A Lima Kauc and Giles Kinney 81 i i i SO cts do do do do do do 1 ter Best 10 yards broadcloth do 10 yards flannel do 10 yards rug carpet pair woolen blankets hearth rag pair woolen stockings pair cotton pair woolen mittens knots woolen yarn Ib linen thread gents shirt quilt patch work do do Best apple do peach do quince pear plum cranberry PRESERVES 1 quart il raspberry 1 ijt do 1 do do 1 do blackberry ilo pear do i do plum do a do do do cranberry do CLASS 19 Stoves Cutlery P Smith do 1 pie plant do 1 do grape win? do 1 do currant wine do 1 do do do do do do do do do do CLASS 12 tlian tic E Shedd Chairman A W Cole P II Turner Palmyra John ABSURDITIES i Best broadcloth not less than 10 yards The Annual Pair OF Wis Farmers Mechanics Club iriLL BE HELD AT WHITEWATER co and Dealers in Dry Groceries and Hats Store Ko 2 tral Block Main Street Whitewater Wisconsin H J and Counsellor nt COMMISSIONED OF FOR OF YoKK on Main street entrance over Cheney Williams store opposite Hotel T Sept 15 OX THE Ground and in New Hall of the Clul Directly of the Village OF and Grades and Fat Sheep Chairman Lima E F Cold Spring Seth 13 F N 1 Cold 1st 2d Best buck 2 yrs old nnd over dip 1 yr old and under 2 dip 1 pen 3 dip W 3 ewes -2 yrs and over Si 11 3 ewes yr under 2 1 W 5 fat sheep 2 CLASS 0 and Grades and Long Judges James Clarke Chairman Summit Wm Me DongAl Augustus C Sugar UrecK E Summit E Wiliard Jon 1st 2nd Best buck 2 years and over dip and 2 1 pen 3 buck lambs W F 3 ewes 2 years and over Si 3 ewes 1 year and under 2 1 W F SHEET Best back 2 years and over dip 1 and under 2 pen of buck lambs CLASS r Swine and Poultry Judges Perry G Harrington Chairman Creek James Heart frame Cold Spring Knapp Wilcox do piece wool carpet do do do do satinet do do do do doeskin do do do do flannel do do do do oil cloth do do do do cotton sir ng do do do exhibition of embroideries CLASS 13 Needle ana Ornamental Work A 71 Whitewater U C Gould Mrs Clark Whitewater P Summit D J Best specimen worsted work 8 dip do do do do do do do 1 Short and Crosses Wording Cattle and Steers Thomas P Turner Chairman Palmyra East Troy D II II G Smith Richmond Wm Hebron lit 2d Best Bull 3 years old and Dip 84 i 2 under 8 3 IV S Law Solicitor in Chancery General Con- and Notary I'utilic Office directly OTIT the Whitewater Syl JOHN M D Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Store on Main strict of the Mortar Whitewater over under 3 J L of Carriages Buggies and er- in that line Custom to the line of and id streets Whitewater H A in Fruit and to and moderate attended 4 SMITH Mill Winds and Doors dressed sawed and dressed and ail done to Shop on Street near the Depot Whitewater Wisconsin ifc and Machine Shop constantly on hand All kind of canines to order repaired Shop on Railroad Street short distance north of the Depot E A Co No 1 and 2 Commonwealth Building Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Domestic Drv Goods Groceries Crockery inp Shoes Hats Caps Millinery Tin Ware and Stoves 1 n SMITH I- s in S C Co Wholesale and Retail in Foreign and Drr and Hardware of every description dealers in all kinds of country Produce I n Girard Whitewater AS J S C HALL K.C HALL s DAY Wholesale and Dealers in Books Stationery Wet and Dry Groceries Fancy Street Whitewater Store So 3 Central Block Mai L W Grocer and Provision Denier and dealer in pure wine nnd liquors Rectified Whisky ic Street nearly opposite the Depot Store on Railroa T Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries and Garden Seeds Stone Ware Boots and ou Muin Street just above Whitewater Hotel DR H S Dentist attends to nil business in his a his work to give satisfaction tee inserted teeth and cleansed Jc Williams store corner Slam and 85 4 3 2 G 5 4 3 2 calf Covr 3 2 1 Z Calf yoke working oxen matched 3 year old steers a ii 2 1 ti u j IE 11 Pair steer calves matched 2 and Natives and Cattle James X Davis Chairman 0 G LaGrange Kinney Whitewater h A Fuller Hebron John A Fletcher Johnstown 1st 2nd 1st End Beat boar 2 years over dip 3 year and under 2 ll IV F breeding sow ic with not less than 5 pigs 4 2 W F W F 2 1 W F Best Bull 3 old nnd over Dip under 3 calf Cow 3 Heifer 2 L I 11 calf over and under 34 W F AV F Best exhibition owned by one exhibitor do do crotchet d do do wax do 1 do do millinery dip do do hair do 8 do do muslin embroidery J do do lace do 1 do do silk do 1 do do artificial flowers 1 do do ottoman cover 1 do do lamp mat 1 do do wrought slippers 1 do do knit tidy 1 do do crotchet tidy 1 do do portfolio worked I do do collar do 3 do do 1 do do lace cape 1 CLASS 11 Daguerreotypes J Curtice J S Partridge P S Wood Jr York City S Milwaukee 1 1 1 1 dip do uo do S C Hall Win A Harlot Elkhorn S T Clothier Hebron Best cooking store do ornamental parlor stove do do six plato do do do exhibition cutlery do rlo do pocket do do do do silver ware do do do brittania ware do CLASS 20 and Chairman Milwaukee Col David Atwood S M Harrington Wm M Watt Jefferson J Win A Milwaukee Best specimen cord printing dip do do job printing do do books and stationery do CLASS 21 Honey tc Chairman Win C Allen It W Palmyra A II ville L G IsL 2nd Best 10 Ibs suiar from Chinese do in syrup do do 2 1 do 10 maple sugar 2 1 do 10 Ibs honey 2 1 A statement of the mode of culture and the a of manufacture and clarifying must accompany the offered CLASS 22 Miscellaneous Articles C Chairman Lake Mills Frederick A Norman Norton Cold Spring Prairie E ver bbl flour TT pannel door Uo do do do exhibition and 10 bricks shooting irons do exhib ware dip iron do do pottery do dip do stone cutting do do ready made do marble work dip dip do tinned leather dip do boots and pile picture frames dip dip do farm Kate dip do and cooperage dip Insincerity and extravagant adulation betray people into uttering the most absurdities quite unintentionally lA great man addressing the House of Lords said It is ray duty to inform your it Has ed the Almighty to his This was equivalent to saying that he was sorry the aa invitation to take at street less the author of ignores general fesses not know a dozen people in politely r professes in the Mr Em- erson speaks of Landor as one of the or four per sons he wished to visiting lives as in Italy among a of pictures rooms are hung basement to attic 1 witli raws the French and Italian pictures does not like and has his only creed in that beauty be object and devout His conversation surprises by its tering was over of honor of France beirig by her al mistress obsequiously answer even n pr m dip dip dip dip tin ware dip I do tools dip dip dip less definite than that of the after looking the clock said it was only A nurse wishing to very polite answer to a who after- tlie health of a sick her care said Oh sir myself the child is going to die A visitor that he had been to him in a dream Pardon the er I really did not hear you A lady ut rank professional vices of a village piper at ali she had her estate received following ridiculously from him ladyship's pardon for my boldness in thus applying tor payment would be almost a sufficient compensation for the bor of your humble piper Patrick Walsh Lord iu his essay on the decay of respect paid to old age says in his younger days he never kept his hat on before those older than at Iu the present day the ing of it at dinner be thought more disrespectful than at other George the Fourth when Prince of Wales used to return the bows of all person's in ness and novelty avid stimulates by its all his fine taste aud culture he is too arbitrary in his opinions and too eccentric in his tastes to be a safe guide to others it is pleasant to talk with a man His manners arc com- protest and He on the streets except beggars his omission by He justified that to re- turn a bow without giving him exhibition carpenters tooU do do joiners do CLASS SO Discretionary Committee on Articles F Milwaukee B R Summit O O Tiffany Milwaukee A E Prairie T K Pike AH not enumerated under the other together with all articles presented for tion out of the State will be inspected anil Would be a mockery and tO ury premiums by above committee i V Ji CLASS 24 Brass Banda S Utley Chairman Hacino John T J L flea aut Prairie L H Palmyra 0 Cf band of brass Each member of competing bands receive a complimentary tieke upon arrival by reporting to the secretary have great and of Em- er recalling evident pleasure iu Italy many years ago to style as of of tho ablest English Kalf century insisting o classic directness and transparency of diction as one of the cardinal Among others he instanced Sidney Smith and Washington Irving aa of faultless style With the exception of last has just been sent him by I bock in his He is said to his books as soon he has read them a most princely and Beau- flowers table and ed in beds of earth oil the broad stonb windows au almost universal custom in Bath He gave us moss roses and musk plants at parting and we luh hiin with pleasant memories of the hours society Best painting in oil do do do do do do do do do do taken on tho long to the club do colors Grecian INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE JUDGES OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS The Judges are requested to report sketch or drawing photographs Photograph of the ground of the fair Copyright to be- SiO and Dip stop for the purpose of bestowing a pence would seem ostentatious in a prince Robert Graham being informed that he had by mistake pronounced sentence of transportation on a had been found guilty of- a capital offence desired the man to be again placed on the dock and hastily putting on the black cap he said prisoner at bar luy and then passed on him the awful sentence of death A country penter having neglected to make a gallows Jest Bull old and over 2 under 3 1 Cow 3 Heifer 2 1 11 Calf over under 3 Dip F native or grade cow 3 yrs old hnd over ii heifer 2 tmd under 3 I 1 II 11 J U 11 a 11 11 11 calf Pen calves not less 1st than four in number 21 F 3 Trotting and E B Chairman Milwaukee Em- ery Thayer Troy Cooledge Goodrich Milton A Kice Lake Mills For the best trotting stallion kept as a stock herse in the State during the past season 1st 2nd i Owners of horses contending for this um must furnish the judges with satisfactory evidence tho horse has been kept ns p stock horse and served not less than mares during the season AH horses entered for this premium to pay an entrance fee of 88 and to trot one mile in harness alone to be timed by the Judges and thuir Best trotting stallion -1 years old or under spring of 57 1st 2nd prm 8 B Jc Co Land Loan and Collecting Agents Whitewater Office in the S E H CHENEY JR O O WILLIAMS Byron Holmes Glaziers per H Painters respectfully inform tho people of Whitewater ami that they still continue their In Centre Street 3 Doors Kast ol the their lone experience in the business feel of giving SA And hope still to merit the favor of the public CENTRAL C G FAY Proprietor Basement No 3 STREET WHITEWATER WISCONSIN best Corn arid Garden Seed Planter now extant Tha U last in planting Ms of atw has no hesitation in it as tto tost ho has ever econ Inquire at Cutler's Grocery aud FLOUR AND CORN MEAL FOR Family forfole by F HALL All horses entered for this premium to pay an entrance fee of So and to trot one naif o a mile in harness alone to be timed by the Judges and Owners of all stallions contending for either of premiums to furnish the pedigree color age size and weight if possible of their respective horses at the time of paying their entrance fee Best matched trotting horses or mares owned in the State 2n Entrance fee 85 Best single trotting horse or mare the State 10 Entrance fee All animals offered for exhibition or ding for any of tlie the Society must be the of the the premium will be Horses entered to go in single or double teams will not be allowed to change after they are entered All horses competing for premiums under tie CLiss of Trotting Eoad Horses must ii a on the ground designated by the Judges for trial of speed by 3 o'clock p m on the loth day of September en- tries be made by two o'clock of tho same trotting: will take place id the order in which the premiums are offered Judges will select three or more competent tin assistants and every precaution taken to perfect accuracy and t of tte will be published gather pedigree CLASS S Form Implements V Weed Chairman Palmyra K T Fort W II J M Clark pr m Best farm wagon do straw cutter do corn and cob crusher do flax dresser do horse cart do ox cart do horse do ox yoke do clod crusher and roller do wool press do clover machine and do wagon harness do carriage do double do do do single do saddles do do cheese press do breaking plows do sod plow do stubble plow do corn plow do grain cradle do six hand rakes do six hay forks do six manure forks do six grass scythes do six cradle scythes do lot grain measures do doz brooms do ozier work do sheep rack do nest tubs do nest pails do horse power do thrasher and separator do seed planter do grain drill do corn sheller do corn do pump for farm use do apparatus for raising water do churn machine do reaper do mower do reaper and mower combined do one horse carriage do two horse do do do fanning mill do corn cultivator do sugar cane mill and press do washing machine do sewing for family use do knitting do do do spinning do do do hny press do bee hive do road scraper do portable grist milt do do saw do do vegetable cutter CLASS 15 Flowers nnd House Plants Judge A G Mrs II 0 ville A O Noble White water 1st 2nd Best nnd greatest variety of 83 dir do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do clo do do do do flowers floral design show cut show of dahlias show of roses hand bouquet show of house CLASS 10 Fruits J Chairman C Colby F Drake Racine I Lake MilU H A Cougar Whitewater lit 2nd Best nnd greatest variety of not less than three of each 85 show of apples 3 5 varieties summer apples not less than 3 of each 2 show autumn apples 3 do do do do 5 varieties not less than 3 each 2 do show winter apples 3 Vf F 2 W F do do do do do do do do do do do do do 5 varieties do ii and greatest variety of pears 3 of 3 and greatest variety of plums 3 F do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 6 of each 3 82 5 varieties plums 6 of each AT P best show of peaches 2 AT F best good grapes 3 10 clusters 2 AY F show 1 AT F do currants 1 AA F do good 2 F 3 watermelons 1 W F show melons 1 AA F and greatest variety of all kinds of fruit 83 Dip CLASS 17 Bread nnd i Cheney Jr and Lady Whitewater B and Whitewater Win Ballard and Lady New England if E Congar and Lady Whitewater Prm Prm Jo lifting and forcing pump do and most numerous cultural implements do CLASS 0 Farm and Garden Products P Dow Chairman J Whitewater Volney A McCracken Heart Prairie II Weed Corners j Samuel Prince water Best sample winter wheat not less than one half bushel spring do do do do be do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do da do do do do dff timothy seed clover do peas beans barley turnips artichokes onions oats potatoes do do do do do do do do do do seed corn in ear sweet do do tomatoes sweet potatoes 6 pumpkins 6 squashes 12 carrots do do do do do do do do do do do do do do selves at the Secretary's office arrival and will meet ut place or a- D A to receive their t t and to examine that had been ordered to be ready anJ decide upon the merits of the different articles submitted to them reference being made to the several entries iu their books corresponding with to each The Judges will report not only the animals or to premiums but also net in of each class to meet tho gency of any objection which may arise to the wards together with each animal and cle as iu their estimation deserves special commendation The Judges aro requested to gather all the information possible from exhibitors in their respective departments and make their reports ns full as circumstances will permit as one great object of the society is to collect valuable upon subjects connected with Agriculture or Mechanic arts The Judges on wishing information in regard to the entries on their respective class books will confer with the Secretary and with the executive committee through him for advice Any person who attempts any interference with the Judges in any manner during their adjudications will be excluded from tion The Judges arc requested to render their awards in the same language and in the same order as observed in the List of under to facilitate the tion of their reports for the press The Judges are particularly requested to return reports promptly to the Secretary as soon as completed and certainly by 4 o'clock P M of Wednesday The of premiums will be read by the com- on immediately alter the address on and will be at 2 o'clock p ra of the following day at the of S B Co Forage will be furnished to stock on the grounds by application to the superintendent of each ment free Eules of tHe Society All articles or animals bo entered on tho Book and be within the enclosure OD or be- fore 3 o'clock p m of and must remain until the of Fair except by of the Pr or they cannot receive a premium though awarded Flowers vegetables grains seeds wines entered lor premiums must have been grown by the competitor and one premium wili be awarded the same article or animal All fruit confectionery sugar wine pastry and for which premiums ore awarded are to belong to tlie Club and such er with what may be donated be sold at the of the Fair for the benefit of the Club HOW THEY MARRY AWD LIVE From New Haven Palladium A voung man meets a pretty face falls in love with it courts it marries it gees to housekeeping wit hit and boasts of haying a home and a wife grace it The chances are nine to one that he Her pretty face gets to be an old story or becomes or freckled or fretted and as the face was all he wanted all he paid attention to all he sat up with all he bargained for honor arid protect Best loaf baker's bread SI Tiest 0 pies do do farm do do do do do G pumpkin pies do 3 cranberry pics do 3 mince pies do 3 apple pies do 3 peach pies do 3 plum pies do 3 gooseberry pies do 3 custard do cherry do 3 blackberry do pound cake fruit cake sponge do fried cakes do card giager bread 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 Best and greatest variety of pics and cakes on exhibition set silver tea spoons do Baker's Bread Crackers dip PRESERVES rby certain day the judge himself went to the man and said how to neglect making the gibbet that I dered Without intending any sarcasm the man replied I am very for had I that it was for- your ship it should have been done ly Waile an officer was bowing a non ball passed over his head and a who stood behind You officer to near him that man never loses by politeness Napoleon's hat off a lieutenant stepped forward picked it up and presented it to him Thank you said the emperor inadvertently In what regiment inquired the sub quick as lightning Napoleon smiled and forthwith promoted youth to a captaincy Notwithstanding the fury itli which the battle of was it began with a great show of vilify Lord Hay a captain of ic English guards before the anks and Count nt of grenadiers in the French topped forward to meet him of ex- aimed the English replied the French lieutenant We ever fire first This reminds us of an told of who being called ut to give satisfaction to an officer for ome imaginary offence was told By his to fire first declined aying As you have given the beg ball all he swore to love he gets sick of his trade knows a dozen faces which ha likes better gives up staying at home evenings consoles himself with cigars oysters and looks upon his home very indifferent boarding house A family of children up about him but neither he nor his face know about training them come helter-skelter made toys of when babies dolls when boys and girls when young men and and so passes year after year nnd not one quiet homely hour is known throughout the entire Another man becomes of fortune He waits upon it to ties exchanges dona with it pops the question to it gets from it takes it to the parson's weds it calls it carries it home sets up an with introduces it to his friends and he too is married got a It's m do raspberry 1 qt 1 do strawberry do 1 do blackberry do 1 do pio plant do 1 do grape wine do 1 do currant wine do 1 1 1 1 1 es 6 heads Z quarts TEtta 81 do do di do do do F do do do do do do do do do do do do do Beat apple 1 quart do peach do do do do do do pear do do do plum do do do cranberry do Best and greatest variety of preserved fruits not less than 1 quart JELLIES Best cranberry 1 quart Si do raspberry do 1 do strawberry do 1 do blackberry do 1 do grape do 1 do currants do 1 do apple do 1 do crab apple da 1 do peach do J do quince do 1 dp pear do 1 do plum do 1 IS Bread Pastry and Preserves S Bangs Jr Warren Cole Jr D E Deichman Miss Mary U Ellen Hayes Best do do farm do do do graham do 3 pies 3 mince do 3 apple do 3 peach do 3 goosberry do 3 do do do do do do do do prm 3 pies 1 do 3 cherry do I do S blackberry 1 do pound cako 1 do fruit do 1 do da 1 dp fried 1 po cako 1 do b cookies President Rufus Jr Vice E M Kice Richmond Secretary I S Bangs Jr Assistant W K Cash Corresponding secretary M K Congar EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE S H J Starin E A Smith J Carpenter Palmyra D W C Heart SUPERINTENDENTS L C S Whitewater iai Uaker W Step bins Orator of the dav J R on A J Craig II Curtice Whitewater Superintendent of department J Thayer 0 horVe A Smith do do A F II K Swine and poultry A Pike Assistant II D Con Farm implements D W C assistant P H Urady Dairy Ifall S B assistant Jonathan Floral liall and fruit department H J 0.11 Cougar and discretionary J J A Ferrold Gate superintendent Frederick J Starin Single 25 cents Members and Ladies Free Private carriage with dr iver 50 cents Fruit Growers Association The Growers hoi their Fair and Exhibition of early fruit M ter on Monday Tuesday and the 14th 15th of September tlie last two connection with the fair of Fruit Growers throughout the State arc respectful ly invited to attend and bring and flowers and notas of the for the pose of examination and papers friendly to the cause AMg J C BRAYTON A O fly will enter a room m of leaves capital to tegin life on is false home He is not married and has no and he soon it but He is in IN Bayard Taylor in a recent letter Condon relates the following Mr Sunnier is at in street I have not yet the wrong box it is too late to out of it He might as to escape from his coffin congratulate him and he to grin and bear it They praise the house the furniture the cradle een him but some of his ie is looking very friends tell me No American as ever been mare popular in: England ban and he is floating on the top wave of London society 1 other a good his arrival here He entered riis he book as simply and was accordingly set down by the host and as an traveller The next morning one of the latter came q Mr Sumner's room in some and said is down stairs sir asking for you To amazement Mr exhibiting the least surprise up Not former still more Sir the Lord Chief hasi called and asks for you Show him cool reply After his Lordship had de- parted waiter came once more n i 1 Iff In As it he Known since he and that gilded fortune were falsely Take an case A is smitten pair of whiskers before had such sets her cap for they take The an offer ing themselves heart The dear miss is overcome with magnanimity closes the bargain carries pa engaged to thinks there never was pair before Yes the will What is the arid then they unluckily discover arenas unlike and be made though all iii pronounce it so FASHIONABLE CALLS Kir a little the Lord called see re- S no doubt lord for tho next day's of His Excellency the How do you Putty well How have you well Very well thank you V Yes very bright bat we had a shower air your people Quite thank you How are well to Have you but I've Oh sure rm you lore and on four asked as by his father thei pf y Yes seven calls yet call again you call me leans got any jour owi take other v Tlie effect is
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