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Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - October 10, 1848, Madison, Wisconsin SMITH HOLT MADISON 10 1848 VOLUME 5 NO 8 Bust less Cards US S I BRIDGE A THAI in with 31 The fu lowing exceeds nf the chase of 111 if anil Water St Milwaukee Juti f H ra l r I I Hu R 1 I lull Pf ly clever de- rubbers I of a- il La is from lln N V The robbers two whi e men bad made escape with in bills and silvei ivbenit to tome one they might be traced y a fine pack kept in i 1 The ore caught every cent of the is und flip heart of Seaman is made glad the of }rruat by faithful arrival David AT AND LANH hooil and sometimes it Punk Wis We bate 1 a of the pi say and Mr Jui n Tabor whc willing i v tli such u Ire as this and in In- I m and us s 10 at it- of v -01 inn i u Wa ruin wl -.1 i r W IMS tr hi le his K mishap tooit v im limits his -io i crai wind of his horn ru a to tin set tn Having some number s Mr V Le B i lied McGregor the track W I I A1 MS I d kll wtl it n v rk m lys in I lii 1 I i M 1 Mi AX J tl i ti th was no jol e I H set tu Tii v look the siva in ai i- M d faithful il tin lime li j -I iWa 11 r wan discovered we mint tin tree i Inid i a temporary e it -ail off l I hmi noi t time to pat murs and a hal j men and sworn visaged aligato n tu LII with i crouch mint of their 1 n losing the tru i V T usly taking i1 c: tri i iui back tu the ri h t the robbers Ini trni n the place in a lie ivy IM lie r MIW at t to trace seen a of iti i always on for ho is some lie ave l was off in ol to their where mid hordes 0 tr ake of 1 1 a and in dead A DWI Lawj ers it is generally conceded are cute at clients pi Some however are not to cute at cows horsts Dirin I C K T aril in mil Cmi i t III I M S I know of one a a lawyer of some considerable fad I belier he has been honored with a on the bench who once made a most bull in ricking out a frori among a herd and as it is your vacation to record nli whethe of Yankee or Irish origin I will do you this one lious names fof the Wiek who lives not a sand miles from the of the Tree was a great favorite with the late Judge Cranck years since while visiting the Judge ter the former to over his premises Among other they visited he he squire vith admiration as ha up on the i oble herd of cow s which hail just up for milking I upon their their ent goo I with as much 1 na would a first rale stock but the fact was he knew but little about stock nnd some of the good points which be pointed out caused lie Judge to laugh in his sleeve We 1 the which of the i will yen will 1 take your tin somewhat bewildered us to w lat the Judge I Yes which will you go you a of one of choose yo which you'll Otr W til ilt aw i pet utter i in hii more fooled his to g ind his t nil with hon IB h hat hu rot Billy ayi risde sing his ief of plain i te tnat which by he way easy of ess two s froi he sle upu ahi n his m nit hn su of sonti al ort de from the eld 1 wh a prs j ke In expected la ui more but I confident that you hare too i much to believe it i- said Billy highly fied Goon he can Y foil me Well as 1 was going to I'm sold give me your saiJ e creil fallen Billy bonst was the j my room at the is neit to being hoaxed or and this I heard him phraseology i relating in high glee io one in fool me room a plan overreaching nd so evident and with Miss Mary I detest p who ever fool roe God ibis fact upon S eaves dropping but he kept talking in d to do i a loud tone and his door wus a littie way made a fool of a point of everything reached ears exceedingly not more than five the ground when his feet it was forced upon Ha ha roared Thinks he can fool me the poor idiot I jest like to have him try it how is he going to do ill said the pule is deeply laid but he 11 n fool to imagine that he can deceive you by nny contri vance of his brain He has employed K lit Wj 1 I'M u ill T -A T 1 d wa st 3 swimming d I u gs it was e lost from tiie where and they it on your honor is entirely for four or i I have no to wade thro present but really I choose i to n ake the selection I had t v hu honor would make the ev at i rs should not be If accept the present you t is selection Tl at's tlie way f wain make OUT action 1 it Being judge of Hock rot be likely to chent nnd the eccentric judge smiled a le The squire h s goid bowed oils that he turned his door where he es of one In vain ya raised and the d to him for alms e story the more i a hoax It ail he would exclaim ol and the was compelled to it crossed their In rer n it nuti iut he was so Si spic te ga -s WHS ng rand The piti t I t was tn hi but seer t ir I've h ja tot no usi f i s for that charity which all hings which eih eft m me en i f i himself las with hair was hooted 15 t urir Mir mn I the tug lo en in irr him in noose H was ma r frient notice it sai i le day tie ih plan 1 ha Folks say Her ten t 11 the whi sh iys the one idea a little black boy who brushes hoots every body and docs odd jobs at the Eagle to ign to gulf at your house just after dark this live friend down to ning with directions to lull you that had no more idea your sister Jemima lias just been taken than a polar bear j with a dangerous attack her ulJ 3 have of a plaint and wishes you to come tu I ville to see her immediately and while rally hard hearted you arc gone he intends to take your daughter in a carriage to Jones ern on the river road Squire y ni borne on horseback in this so we to fetch yott back n id offer yoa a in our will as won't you From of t ew art 1 of li ind Seymour I was i ess my said the old man wen to that llif of me your i those of New York This is lime lt and you are nm if the assertion veri left without iu dence The is HS r lo leors done no however ax Tiw n her living man ever could tf New ork to li irly have won her This the a ill you are worthy of her 1846 by millions lite The remainder of the pen of of il on th made of the stoutest steel U too io describe Old Jones who The i of for 1817 hid been a wondering spectator of the which ws the firm year during s meeting shook bands with any ni was ke were in and assured him that he had seen an over u uch more fun than he anticipated those of York amounting to a id when the wedding party started three mi lions of I Bright ft r home Mr recognized by the ort a still each light the pule young in the far that over five now transformed into a Kirs of ill New York exports m tin in fad i t ii lean r milled lo The lust nine we saw him he was serve v r i an j in tto drir hero is still living surrounded i 11 luisc li u lovely of grand children to be from li stili 13 firm in his old belief that he tiona of Sew c bi to go with them to perform to m given by show tin vas of in ny which will make wife them man and D our on from the foreign 01 as a of invention the magnetic to the we dth nf itv Th i hat five the A dutiful daughter Mary is indeed i c I said the old jade to to such a f Kd thinks I suck nil that about of was lion on her poor old I'll the ich of the huzzy up till she comes to her senses of such and I'll and pull rried but it a as fooled into the yet rts he he often met before he Wo recollect his j his bachelorship inly daughter of a it was endeavoring o the matrimonial ing the boast to his other people don't but it is as plain ns Seymour's teach em not to try to fool me Calm yourself T entrant you my dear s pale faced voung man reflect that such a course of would not only public but it might seriously effect your daughter's reputation ami happiness to be sure she has been of spect to you but she been drawn into it by vagabond Seymour I know sir that you could riot hiiva been duped by two such green ones even if I had not discovered their to you but at the ime if t mny presume to offer you my poor ad- l sand in any vessel A single vice I think that you had belter pretend j s m gather by this process from believe the yarn about your ie to two ounces per some I don't see her I illness and under cover of going to 11 nve gone as high as a hundred dollar's writing and talking by or i our ent over sending a Jotter from New York of their f being merely forwarding n in a second No nor in it's no use Ed yoti n ay fell that to women folks and children hut vou can't pull wool 0 ur mv eyes I'm too s too much the world you can't j me Gold in Calif s of tin Journal cf Commerce f ivs tint it that t iu which border the American 1 otk branches of t 10 are full of particles of told resembling m shape squirrel shot aliened out It is got by washing she can't fool me i will give her a cool If she's got uld she be so C r nn r-i i r Kmn t i I- li i in si H t Shi nml is A to re- tl keenest i such ob ti j every d nv made a the i with door wiis I Ili T M It- -u nil T st I I'm r miles iip h they i nf the capti il ills u box ol 1 y Milled lo pi -s as they n nil- all l in our il id Lust blood and yet severing The tit for or donned a nice s which to and began to view the cows m Md a critic's eye After Fome severest he turned tu the judge and I your honor you would not to part with that very fat short horned thick necked cow I no your said the judge his him I d want to rob y of your ow bat if you have no choice 1 xion and teeth find tbat I ain't the question Sh s rather pretty to be sure r if she think that I her ural ji ess quite so n as she thinks I No si ctn t fo i me Billy a sly vi ik ol these words with ar expression and gave no liitle of to his trier d wl o for to w is awe lady was ci nt o easons best known e that the young proceed straight to Jones vern wait for the runaways break up their plan cover them with confusion and bring your daughter home This convince them forever of they ought to know already that they ns well give they fool jou Capital idea said Hilly much indebted to you sir right they can't Good Good Jay sir Billy indulged in an fit of laughter when his visitor was So Eil was inp to fool me was he I In- any such intention rind me a tongh one by t lit way acking should prefer the very fa ha ap to her Billy was no that pale faced chap is a kuen one ext day at hearing guess lie can't be fooled jo easy lis friend with and so kind in him too to whose ten proved 10 put mo nn my guard si II u I i n 11.111 I V C i B T 11 J 1 1 1111 C i I i v II I Ill il -11 t i IVin i In- in V rk i 1 it fit n X I I VT K f l hiri rv aflei I in i perhaps 1 -i a mile off i ii u 1 CM: well us rile will tell on il HI dugs ore it Wi in In n is l-e j Heroin this coi i tl fur n mrd n a j is most i- j a fni it a upon i villages and thus lid d morning on they road tst people Lut Here for a but neon nd now what almost a tno l highway i the country nnc through d ami nod t what actually many jood less d the No nt Of of fat rov is My man will drive identical B lier to our house before hoi ind whoso personal The squire returned Lome highly charms wire all nn ural malgre Bill's with his made haste Uis fri nd found in Emma fe while he still to rm his the co v was driven yard by John the man In about an lovely the squire's wrapper in his hea y armor remained The a J ni thi Ill Hole I t j In- men to the inliiins- m'n At some hunter nearer the vl -i ii the 01 u the III i ot I -.1 in j tis Tat in j war n U hat i as asi ir jmck rolls on at I one in n They g i- the road iu thi 11 t I j V a II 1.4- ni i- i tl the l i hc 1 l sure iin ic hand It is v i tin hunt 11 It ll: L 1 ll il i jl nil upon their v v V it o do I er nnd benent Lind hounds i v y heels and let -n silver nlong I They can holt W f v i si S ink 1 I r Mr N v will in ni c 1 int 1 t- 1 1 forin nth -i nl ILK e r t -In li it t i- r X nl i il V sinif F W C S K riri 1s 37 Fai tu for r invM S ir I i It i c-f Tabor lie is stret U- n than a in a rat's squire despatched his girl a stout daughter of Africa to milk tie new fattest best cow in the village In a few in came the ebony lass end sneezing though no signs of it were perceived Squ re Wick knew waa lo pay by Dinah's actions but he smell i ho rat by a long There rounded up laughter the empty pail dangling way at on earth is to pay working I inquired the squire track O niassa nuffin even ran for e of the j The squire looked tc tho them for looked to the bath 1 fain Booked to Dinah dear It lighter nnd settled down by the puck i laor I er face covered an lo Spyr lour nt length a we have already man and no mistake The afternoon dark and cloudy soon passed away and after il no me a black night and a black boy Billy message of the latter well failed concern for Jemima's illness and old Isaac saddle his was told voc huro -as married How on the rood to Jones any to I ir to an ever rei itiin t tery ar ftr j ir 01 e Our frm n might bs f o r he I face nnd a world ot m her tl at t icrs sides could fo rumo v o can anie IT f a wann of Eve managed in ion is now nnd us a profound in however that he And him at fifty a y daughter a beau- The night drizzling rain his still he to ed his In tardy look find them at and a hut for I'm half to by lime Ha truess Jemima ain't very i lool my soul every body il shes i nt a tremendous rale o id c hiir The squire's mad was spoke ii iie terms of praise wiri his dogs al the lop of his voice inr Ail his r and warmer to pny or I'll throw you ness at d ah but as Biliy always d was proud of his d well indeed he id a sweel lovely form and was ess and mischief in eyes Nor was ii hould love her be- 3 old father who There was a village ot deny that Mr Jones that'll tickle you told the some 1 they can't foot in between Mary and j Tiie mare was soon in tho young stable her pacing what brought you here in this i the burly Jones n-s our friend drenched to tlie skin the old mare up to the door His only an- swer was you'll see pre- rth About two hundred whites and as many Indians were engaged at t me tin letter WHS written July a in the sand All labor of erery i other kind was stopped except a i tile funning Tlie writer snys Talk lo n laborer aboul hiring him I n month and he will t irn up his at you Offer him i jn dollars n ami he will tell you I e is In river One man resides next door lo me gathered ye hundred dollars worth in six days ore lump which weighs over an A Ir nigh as you feed i bring m the gold region i ullars a of sheet iron I with it and it will i ring a hundred My friend J paid sixteen dollars for a little I et and his anion twenty I irs a chamber lo wash oui I ne gold in It ben's all the dreams f romance anil all the marvels of the olden wand of Anil yet il ii if there b- truth in where i old concerns -I In another letter same writer re- i i irlin The accounts tire Stundy msn average per day times a dollars I ns I in a day by one Simla SHan Jose anil an an It is abont I re ti ivel from to i he district There flour is worth i i r of Boston crackers II lin boxes a box n cotlon shin per 1000 n A I can get 8100 per day Mi paid for a common cradle I feet bv 3 wide to wash gold earth in the MS ol want We gi e Ui the above extract one emin riund to arrest We have not examined the nor it I so nn tho mere fact is con- o tho greater amount nt from this city or from th 1 be me nn nt in UL ill IK the startling nnd us adil i in uil 1 like which Inw i tilt of living men en M ih itf populous and mans HIM anil and housee nd a from the ly few years ould be already en in irade wil i New the Queen oT earliest set nl a upon our shores rity in o in ih in New and ait is thought f a deal of con livity en anil This it indeed may arrott m- 11 id to even exa iti the of i ami of country can pac will fi Y and Death by the of years if age wan in ir thu city the from Franklin on were h It i si li u by ion ity I n r an i iv an that hi d Irom by i T e sident of tin itf u wife 5 nl lour lit Less than a work to mike So were ten ince How long bubble will lust i is impossible ID say rv I hoi e he r ns the re- j Dint h rose and herself long he p< ii-'tr.u er ts human to say these virtue nd jf O or massa nuffin only dat cow that in est j of yourn be cow world were alt hopo of indeed If know how a cl man tiie bar room at vnls you'll see some Mr Jones they fool me CON N only adds ou have a fair ol tl fje was Mary cut of ir he Squire Wick at the and a p grows short 1 week made tlie Seyn an thill the The way very fat her weie lis i perfect rush i thick cow lis o tried to a ipe ir as r W would betray Uself d action upon t to climb a tn e nearly it of reach th i Ir ihu leg and brin m t In s tin are il burly fie he paper ai d mils ot hay d urn j rs the o Judge s is nobody's ever t icr j business and the way t le judge her ini lov In i they eti Qt iia friend is of no particular in her c vi ry a i tl em The j cc to the Blade At length wai I whose hope mion er tail f for possessing the j Queer self nl M iry s bar fact she a a remarkably visage over- 1 project of nt no loncer heard i lad observe to another as he fooling Did he they passed ceed U ve ce reader and you te 1 tile robber i is Ion er than his life Struck with arc as he is singularity of the observation he An hour passed tnd t of public opinion i o'clock mij no on to perceive that I riage were all moonshine I That palp faced couldn't nation of Seymour I been fooling me nnd so he the suspicious Billy 3 contemplated un- i here they come and finally if you want la see s t to him yielded an step here lo the door to his wishes me 1 communications to i The carriage up lo the door and though she in furious driver reined in the reeking horses nnd sprang from his seat the steps were thrown down he by jingo Mr Jones e -are fun just They can't fool and happy 03 vas ill nt ease and shall a al Ju try i a pale dag j and requested iin ed man wh m Billy remembered s him said the boy I read at school to i i s reel but with whom a man's life is but a span and I he am s ire your face double that tips out Not so d fellow the al f the silver iws his knife on ince called ai his to see him ant business He virs Mess I is Mil alive and in spite heat of the season ai q house nn 1 n q tn was w n bf War into the parlor and her d if the Tre j mnc first The t and then the object 10 hed in that I ord ion says that lo her own of lis t I ean unpleasant dis- the consort of the closure tt S r Keenc which is VEI Tn nrx n I irm taking a pi H W n can't nl 1 A Vo lories ine en niu j He t Female the other evening of the utmost impo tance to you ond to aw The big nnd some of the songs ivere extricated the f ar daughter You ibit rake upon with She de- are of irst that Edward clares the whole thing went off like a mom Has his He too I Packe ibam shot angels tung friends b ths is and looked like angels all hope of uch a chase I out of paradox this ij rel to ed in making his he has renounced your daughter n your suspicions Edward Seymour Mary to and Curtis v him s.-If j the door the trio ero in j room then trio iv ero th an air oi m Miss you'd bonnet on dangerous and pretty so he very claiming smarl set you could fool me diJ y i hi 1 come j put your ain't we'd better be getting towards hn j ha me will you Mr looked around to see what effect his j had made but no one seemed at all surprised Mary did not as have firco and h been expected faint awny on the it ent tn extend to sion but stepping forward half and their posterity th y half laughing she broke the of the tension law 9th of the Inle John Quincy in inlo Home of which we be- jvv That tbe o ar be lu report the ua urn martial history of peculiar fitness ol lis to be the associates f irmy of specify in- the nice inn nf his between the he freeman and the blood of the slave tlie of the armed ior women ond blark while men the blood of nnd that of Anglo ioni o he number o lien bv the i liijihorilio of th of nnd the cost of I satne heroic rnce he e of lo await tile evil of a is 01 I I to be iv in tin a Whether been taken to secure u es the employment o his way with u ol f Mat il wayside anil Mil fien o miles of the truck of O i- lenu and tm laui at d ii car IK now n i loaded n th rails to continue tl e I1 is ed ihc rond will 1 1 niche I I c wel to noil month The rte of Tho p y a lew mi -.1 am lu chum a ly nl In i for tlie noble din run I hi n t uit it in ih Ir r Mnil lour in co i wii tbi it under i Iria illy I thi north i uf purl truly in KC and and in i to lin the fr e inr i i of is I minded tin ni ill jin i mil pilM i I ecu lii i also npo I nl In- nn n idea nl i I mirth six il arc II into mil in I Du in a lead thai goo I Wi it It lo t Ail As Hut n hi f w is we have to mount a ilimg that's been o a tli in nt hren man Inn riven In I jires J V IniC i in Ni w win U i fill pause ready lo go this minute pa but first me tn old said her husband wai duce you to my husband a1 homp about an hour after you It was jo kind in you to gT away leave us to our own arrangements that we thought it be 10 ery fond of and was liii fault madam can you call that a Ol arc ways nf fating them iiy in I dine nil re nn Inun st nn i in Ii nt MC TIlO uf ul materially by 4 and a ol i with Fert ur ire hal n her hose all llllll he Uld ti n ing from the table Al IK mi lie ly Kust ruler lutt nit to M
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