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Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - December 30, 1845, Madison, Wisconsin W A R G U S JOHN Y SMITH Editor S MILLS CO Proprietors and F Of tlir Iho i or the or fly ill funniest Of Tlic fios nor rum Jim goes it willi 11 With mil of bottle green flu intu anil in His Sunday bem W lien tip he weitrs top Ms tin 11 tho Von to suv old Yon raise tu flit ugly 111113 Hur you it hull llC lie native pond on ft ft oM i drunk lilt lint g VPS jump Anct drowns om I ilin THIS LO NHL Y MOTHER My homo in nnt it n nC Though In smd its Tiur Anil tin full brightly fall mi on the yonng ilia thut w pit-to lie On KU it nC it lit trulli Tint in niv known I it Jn cot I mid nine Jim I In of Thai is from imr thcr cur DO lid IK Hut nl nf linsi low hu this grows imil lie irt ui for lour only il music In linv in il A-J ihy lirM swiift 11 tin n Ivick on iny annl Thy re of Or locks for Ihr lint iii will hia the hor Arid in urtil luint hrr And sin or tin of lur on shino lit tin wril if T IKM In linM no my child fro in both unit death us hopt tu inert THE SADDLE GUI his with iho ami yot about ii exciting din idolatry Il was a ami stained with tii Ilif lira vo il a talo ys ardont anil en- tif FH drew his sword in of his country against enemies lie had been in battle of his native Hungary many an dug had good tho hail beeri lliu thu and ton of- ton was lie glory of Iho cross dimmed lustre of wore seldom alluded lo by ihd II ins tr lint loved to dwelt actions i t ho had It wan otic of these fierce cul olT from liis fariy found by infuriated But iho recollection of you would Ludovic say my 1 was as Bailed by all rny opponents How three fell I know not but sovoni and was the conflict with foes whose arm mtu I saw my wife a mournful widow my child those dreadful fresh vigor into my arm ilia hurled him nnd rifled I im us ho lay At Ibis of the enemy in sight but I was too much ex- tho conflict and r him on until I waa in blond nf mj foe and mine with of for ft t ing i ia I lo my home around mj dwelling and for war i TttN wwW to stilt retained a recollection of his j lost wife arid could not io which stray the After sid event became to pad hfj resolved to en- in iho arduous duties of a th's family of a lapse goodi sar bar ip Ludovic only in time to close eyes of his brother on bis death bed untreated hirri to his only son when they attained a Grateful for his dines t pare it- tal care of liis and moved by the sit of his to be Kent on union agri of eighteen Who should tha of Karl himself desired at that time and satisfied with this promise the old man died in peace This was Theresa but it known to Karl who in tlie that this rich would -no day bo his habits and u coarse turn of mind the delicate graces of no charms he loved her not but he the wealth which and ha to Karl his n with a The soft and nameless feelings accompany a tender It was a hard task fur him did he ever appear dispose J lo play tho part of lover pxr cept other to supply his It was Vtiral fete given by L'tulovic lo bis neighbors at the of Karl first Jus right Me had taken it for 19 opon tho then was his indignation on entering the he heir slender by tiro arm young aar in ilia graceful superiority of his whoso wall nit ariti free and air u tb Ilia own clownish figure and gait only his ire in violent hn il lit Theresa insisting on his right to open with hor hur slip refused his ut his He became violent nnd ruda iTlm tho ao draw the in u voicu sion bis resn in n lono of io hit and 10 him w be- the r she were not at liberty to any partner for the dance she proper no such i a tea strayed down his scarred cheek braced hia child departed Time away and at the dny was There sa's fate h a pf despair Exhausted by her gtes all was A to her father good lay apparently on tho bee of death with breathless Theresa pursued her journeT I On her her father's sick roam waa not solitary there and detested was was the sar f said I my days are numbered soon bo deci- ded and a fo my d ji 1 oft this aflord yob sacrifice yourself f can I cried ing on bpr kneeg Heaven will said vie with dra W iny I hope fur future happiness In her wili possess a nut If must warn Joy i sbs yon tion of rny possessions Karl started arid a few slope Thitt I my earthly treasure I vou ly I give r J V Karl me have some Alba I1 mil the secret rimi have sullied my Every carried with of tho of she saw the near approach of the period which was to consign JILT to a Cute so fitl Three Iii tlo weeks were alt thai lay ween har aitd Ludovic to sooth bur but aha would not bo comforted Had even her been disengaged havs dist ful lo her but with her on iho Idea of a urlion with him insupportable My dear would Ludovic say interrupting passionate of grief by hns gained sion of your He is an Theresa Thorn Was something vlits reply which Uo re- collected that he himself had his daughter with af respect esteem for of a soldier und conscience him that he bad the sion of the husbandman Was it wonderful then have imbibed something of this or that she should have yielded her heart to trio who had possessed lo defend ier anil to sooth iho of dwelt near thuin ho had been the early playmate of Theresa nnd with glowing cheeks and they listened lo the warlike which the good and to these be attributed the passionate desire of Arnholt to adopt the profession of arms Accustomed let see them piny together an children and liking society of the and spirited boy forgot the danger childhood passed away of lions a totally different ier It was so and now saw with deep grief that his daughter was now un- attached lo ilia youthful soldier If Theresa was unhappy her father surety no less so he blamed his own im- prudence and on the ters of two violent conflict Iiia and hia duty hi honor of the sole dier and he deemed himself to sacrifice however lo Uw sight of har grief no earned her wo the abode of a youthful wlw formerly Item but on marriage had removed to a about sixty miles distant There lie lefi after promise about J rat ucn trw CM complete eighteenth the with deceived you If I have return hut da too my heart fear rapine tha of 1 have tp rpy falser and He lark but off Rat I leave all to lie church atonement for my I not forget that I was a J jtl sinlo of my child I i length froth hid my treasure hny si Keep in of an iMr you Karl are you for my Are you 10 laks how dure you purchase exemption from punishment tit ray Your wealth id your lion nf my from the You canno raising his voice ifi anger toy father to my wealth formed vociferated you that I will accept a portionless You seek foot for purposes I -I renounce i Give her tr holt to cherish her while 1 Give her torine when shp the beloved rny I1 wili live for her aye and die for Her t Karl in I knew the trouble winning least of all on his threw herself between them At Same sprang from his from his head snatching his the wall where ii hung seized liis with one stroke it open atul a of gold oriental and ting jewels fell bii the floor vile clod of art not justly punished begone before 1 forget that thou art of my blood Ludovic raised his and the ly Karl give ance to tho hung on his colorless Trampling under foot the costly jowels around Theresa rushed forward and faiher ing is hot this a Are you indeed restored to mef Forgive mo vie the pain I liave to give your wretch claim to hand has been successful not of our store has been appropriated to the holy not M forgiveness of mentioned and of en I am guiltless but to bo iho blessed means of saving you from ii miserable fate Kneel down children support her innocent on year iho fervent of an aid Snatching A negro in lately undertook tQ kiss a for a five cent pisce the owner ping tba the of the aUr il tbo upper lip and ijt was to deliver hito until ils jaws were open Ha said lie wouldn't buss for a dollar lank bit burned Alias Heelt baloid i f -i i of a Mj life is told My first impres sensation of a short squeeze a woke me I was now a glow of me My ideas were na liona politics courts mcr deaths dirties die made up all rhy which were various and mixed i lay in a silent of wonder anil great that I was but one of a yet jr large family that ul the same lime laid in order t the 1 born waa uneasy damp uncomfortable I had a sileni lito Wish to get into world which was ttt last I was carefully ed and laid like in a basket by a joy who was called the carrier and f soon found was I was nil object of interest arid desire Ho accosted by an terly Brtin with V paper this cni Tiy boyT No was the short and he tis muttering as fon It no old you are the nm for ahd you are too stingy take the get me 1 DOW me deposited it length turn came and t was nto the crevice of a shop door Tho first was not nl not in new a reluctantly early comor swinging a tey in his wistfully eyed a look about him mS into his being iri sight hailed u nil arrested and compelled o Jle entered his store arid I was of his hastily ng me by the fire in which I rowly escaped me and fixed his eyes upon I was particularly examined arid dismissed with condemnation foreign stories and field A newspaper should Q side at should to was Heri pettishly the ter but was A- boy came iii will PI case me yaur for a few minutes just it look at the ship The waa reluctantly granted about the plague of and a to slop it was soon borne to a neighboring house The good old woman whose husband was at sen eagerly the ship news but was in negligent and careless these jrinters said sho not a in- they print of poetry and fill their papers with now took her stories poetry and which in half an hour were all de- with a hing else in the paper An elderly lady now took me who adjusting her cles surveyed me a little while and de- clared me a terrible a column of deaths and fifteen or twenty murders anil dents In this way I passed through all if Iho family and afier being well soiled mil lorn by litile ones was sent For three whole days I but was continually borrowed and At tho of this period I was new face and then and thrown aside like all tauts hey have I was and em- as a wrapper nd sent into the country There I ngain of merest went the of neighborhood and was a I now quietly hanging up in a in a farmer's kitchen from wlich written this brief have seen of the world and ed that mankind nro unreasonable and im- and that in a of great y of wishes it to slory is told of an who i pretty freely in pickled tripe and washed if down with a loo milch claret A fainting came over him as he isd relumed to hia fireside and ejected n rapid succession tlie claret and the pitying wife matter are 1 aha saw claret l I don I care ao much the But I chunks from im a Church Speaking of first impressions at bring to my mind a circum that happened some or six years ago The rector h a man of profound and n groat theologian was of such eccentric as often to create doubt among thu vulgar whether he was at all limes congas Haying remarked for several sue Sundays a gentleman who was no invariably using a seat in n pbw neit lo tlint in which a widow lady had her silting he intently eyed and at one timo detected young gen slily drawing the glove from oil back of tho pew where ho was nc lo place it her and arm delicately fair nnd placing in it a note By and by he lady's Prayer Book course accidentally from ledge of her into gen ho it up found a leaf turned down and ho hastily a caused of Our saw all their sly pro igs nnd continued to watch them with eye lor two successive On iho third HS soon ns the collects were read and the bend tu ret obsequiously wailed lo attend him to ho chancel our eccentric in a and distinct voice said li publish ho of marriage M and N pronouncing the names of the if you know just iStc Tho eyes of iho wero turned on lie widow and our jay iho Judy with es nnd with in- fanning with ami lie opening and shutting the pew door with i age and violence the minister vhile proceeding through liis with thu sumo and onso f perfectly of agitation he i ad excited Tlic sermon preached and he service ended away to the vestry rush lie parly at the heels of he authorized to in nice such i publication of loth in n breath said ie with a stare which heightened heir Yes Sir with a sly at each if you it I'll forbid banns Sun said the lady have top already no body such tiling you hml ter mind your 1 Why rny said he pulling her on the dono been all in he vay of business anil if you do not ike to for three I advise you to the to license the ring foe ind iho matter may he is soon as to-morrow replied he addressing widow with your permission I will get them tnd wo Ie married in a day or two you'may both do nu you yet nothing replied ho lady Jl was but a day or two after he license was procured the parson re hia fee the bridegroom Ilia bride arid tlis widow for tho last lima threw her loven over tlie back of nnd it vas afterwards said thai nit parties were with their ette Coll A who 113 with some respecting the nent of this old tlie following When rny resided at own and then settled by the rish he hired o wild sort of an Irishman o work on his farm Ono day soon after its ui rival he old him to take a bridle and go in Iho field and catch the black colt Don't come home without the Id gentleman Patrick started and was joine time but at Inat returned minus he with his face and hands badly crate lied as though he had received rough Why Patrick is the in tha name of wonder aits ou 1 An faith it's me yer honor thai calch the ould black colt again bad uck o ho all but scratch me c yes out An ns is tno mo own I had to climb up a ice after Where s thf An it's tied to the three ie is lo be sure yer honor We nil Patrick to the lo get a solution f tin on reaching he field we lo our amusement ie chasing a black bear i he hud succeeded in after a great deal of rough imago on both and actually tied it with the bridle to an old dee Bruin was kept fora while nd Was ever afier known as Patrick's American W indeed are the discoveries in science as well as improvements in iho is staled that at St Etienne in France ban been made by which glass s ns maleable when as when irst from the pot The substance whici is called silicon combines with producing the most britK ml and cao abo be obtained ie or clear as crystal It ia ductile and i rateable and neither air nor acids act upon A man lores his family will a Mm toper and a rmn wbo bis fomi v wilt pay for it Frightful At 5 nti a on i 10 nml Albany 11 til a short from Village I 2 of Tho which v e itnve from a source cro as M I Tlie passenger limn war coming In t ie out It v ia I duly of rain to ut ilia f eight nl v lingo It at four in advance of time in thu of t four a Uio in full speed The collision Was B ith locomotives ran into each Item into a thousand Four cans t vo on each the a id baggage of the aid Iwo freight Tin und tho wreck ii mail and c it i id thu wura alung turn nnd i ami iho o commodities of the Iho bank in and iur scattered It was soon tint seriously it in but one Tho conductor on tin name wo ihi tmi i it with the nml hen first is thu ruling drew out his watch nix have four yet mi my ihen fainted Ho tu uo J Il is that not I r injured intervening i id express which d no doubt as a protection rgus A in tint t n uf A d i of the day both in e i itl point of view II llin puses mil of city by the of I'm id proceeds southerly iho ruad loading lo the desert of und after hiving gonu on Ion mites up a low I arren valley covered nnd sea shells fresh as if ihry been I by lite of ho by tin of trees from hall n foot lo in thickness io valley as far as iho ry can all converted into slonn whan hy horses Ii on is as and double The ark brown color but nil in ill rootH and of being in villi tin worm holes iho nih ie delicate entire no I ill it it is o wiy sill so ad as to bu susceptible oi u nf u diir I to a c to you Will throw you svf Why am a liko n rabbit T I know honi den I'll you i tso oft on burrowed VH yii you no a now I to ax you CD-I oli ast you think yi n nm ch a literary to de OH cose I hih dun 1 cost four cc M If mind andn nnd cost four shilling unit forget dal and my banjo five Well dry was all cot in a de lino arid about f de now liow lung it tnko bolona go to dc bottom of a ib of soft suffer ilat up Weil niggi am hard un vou il gib it lint nn Well so docs I yn dis whow Ts done wid ou the Now York Sun from from tin place tint in a i Grenn county n few miles back of ill a company of of ngus and binh a go in expectation of iho end f the world concluding thai o longer sluit up in a state of for everal days waa by the MIS of without n of to go to the well for a pail of nd ibo deluded induced lo apparel UU wiled them lo dn so that bote may fon a of
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