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Wisconsin Herald and Grant County Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 28, 1845, Lancaster, Wisconsin WISCONSIN HERALD A.XB GRANT COUNTY ADVERTISER Mj I QM iu my toe raise A dwell mad purr si tabs 1 within The of Which lUM TJ purest A spring In billow And there 1 cast the chain aside Which my a i leri HH 10 uo Strong IB control wub conflict Aud Armed iu And to dwell with Time Thought And thus to feel be Is joy the purest brought From out its And 1 nut fur hours like laughing crowd forego Whose laughter hath not to please Or check the of I not tht fluttering tiain idling laughing throng seek wheels tu Wnh and There find I uot gf life from the heart There slill the rile as u BY J D SPALDING VOL III T T CHILL LANCASTER SATURDAY JUNE -28 1845 TWO DOLLARS A YE Ml NO aOf f a hour in take my off as anv 01 their address to be told his now while is cooling on we'll set down 1 I tore was not at home i I backed the Yankee with two more the feller would y thi -e And then it was nuts to the red yellow boys myself and the weie for I color up foi all the companions and from they came and went when soon uken and the money staked like n temper at the ol columns in our i ia rich Mint of Mexico from the of to the first of January thne cue of thoy Live a they woik This 1 was more wrrk- The for gold has been the south side of tlic with great A ar- in the they phased like so man and the Yankee Major Ensign a tiot stipulate to take any I did and g aloi g you leave we had Though a IK into the we t Let um- i itant influx and As the door but I'll take Jed Morse and Joe jot I there w MS thrown open the kcr 1 guess You see th -y belong ain't use fv r you to rile up now If lor the of we see down our il wiil be 1 should go and not seethe in drink their wine and the thing for hem to tell on all their it will ue a darned wiT-e and sleel One dsv happiest fellows in the world They the darned creatures for yon in the the surprised at a could even hear the drawing of tt seed more than a select mau or wants 10 J this our while they as dry as you see old filler in the was and of balancing themselves on one It to and went the next toom iroin where I sot and he ing a few items of and then poising themselves on the trio of amphibious friends al a pace a to every word when ed with sonic of oilier yet tickling vanity lo between a duck and a turtle's heard me tell that n hopper ho fairU in 1 vot pin we the last as they dwelt upon the followed by a host of the for a downright to abstract the Kw fiom the his excellency would certainly make who were to the feat or its failure look hi re Mr The hi in wailing of a house which 1 we tell 1 urn an American to cur and in gold 3 some at of IV The Iv on ihc it gold L t any man to lii when he did receive them and they from the felt flattered as they contemplated commanded a the Governor's my is math the own forgiving dispositions and true promises raid to-morrow gentlemanly bearing The Governor They had passed the sentries now h- finds my with a cargo before 1 lor could hi felt finder d it all thj Contents of or uf U sure to a burnt t much Ih ui to 1 e b 10 e a i Speaks to the Secretary no they were in some of ice has gone without an and ol Choice in a of in ii I j but il ready to FIT 1 will not firld the bliss iti its silent Wilderness Will winder strong and Norwich X Y selected Tales and all were Mr Your excellency's pleasure gentleman in the an the blinds turned in thi veranda and set the table for your minutes hud and while ty being him of in -ive wt rt wondering howthey would look 1 be ejected and whether il would not cd when ho knows it is your fault heat the point of the bayonet all eyes the of were en thf en- r thu c t and to tell the truth I begun to we KOCS Jed Dunker and me taking fear the loss of my ounces Hearing and though the polite taking and in iot -ion to when i- with rt fur on brought to the air so ind to evict it of in d not any of I of vn th Luxe hi upon the public Then those thai did not vanish in- a laugh from the that couldn't come the secretary's ing the collided wisdom of filly is were insulted by the servants way and there was this Yankee and ling up He about the limbered sounding 111 TO SEC THE they had a to be Govenor going down the walk his thing that time I eier eyes larnt and the ol the to whom their two friends and a string of red coals on Well I I'm oil A is is III U W of vn tin it we saw labor to e n ol an of ni grovelling it have the r who felt rude to men was not il t a fetching up the rear It appeared to-morrow Well affairs had progressed in this his Excellency had the gout for he looking a first at wimN and the way for i week I had got about but he leaned upon betiinyYankee for one and then at like about their n had not made my maiden attempt to a slout cane aided him 1 thought I'd jest call en bv he h-t jr see the representative of royalty as on the other hand told me you'd nn of by a jr leo Speaking of Yankees said my yet for I had noticed that a at that says house and see if I could not strike a forcible connection on first of lie nnd evince too they not only reckon and place was carried by storm those who one Could not speak to and tho trade with and then us tonic of restraint il of v to England f eulate but in y can do as well as talk entered where others had made the lame walks out with a the was out of order I brought the earth tends i in the I States do that if breach were eventually thought as mind this will make up the gentlemen as they've put tip real an- undertake il would be but much of though the former might be another item for the government's heaps of ice houses in their time to and Louis I for po lo fiil in 1 remember when New rendered conspicuous for the says a third set if it couldn't be savs I Providence was fi led with all the out while from a wooden leg or a similar The bet was was There's where I had him hu that the Mrp 10 trophy Over at the hotel where pitting that We had seen him and he Governor when he thought of from ry tiling looks so sleepy and dull now the Governor walk out and return to the ice the him a is not writer v a of has The a way of y ilie everything their soil will this country m ducu to yood A Jounce Mexico llo land by the way of Jamaica then it was the Every room house in way described we just They all loved their cut man recently a white tm Ui 1 an Aim jinny the old fellow if some of us were not and corner of the house was crowded had heard them and speak better than their king and a mint oak upon his provision P we sun sUnck fools nnd as for the that a had been with a side a little then lor our pains There we stood for an perfect jam The billiard wire grin by OJT Yankee friend But the was how become to out in that cords ol wood wavon or more in a broiling sun neglected though every man had his how there was the upon the friendly kind of We went to stick ol ship as calleJ is being The of Englishmen ol all pasties Brother Jonathan the ice fed nor Hunker weighing hall a and U re- packed as c lose as we could be Colonial was surrounded by anxious inquirers f any opinion uf 1 he we pi of the houses to on abases were dwell upon All the rant h'j 1 vet Now it's gi and being vessel is and my has la rv we on was ol erany in iwo rer it is neither or got thf ho re shoit sail ilia iu vii hue L vei j ing in our j the snil scolding abuse and what not cr drink only a few glasses afore din- rny ves ry we stood ott was of itself ended in two rier it is neither or thf we dissolved the another bottle of and some in a hot day I made I I'll bo oil tell the dust sucked it all up without the did from my practice when ice if Nobody enjoyed the fun more than rather than offend t-r he come our way cither goes a gun from the ship except one a knot of Why did he ask you to Grimes Hunker or Morse would be Here he they would shout who were thrown among us They Well I should reckon old rock their rail and then the crowd forced us all a light jolly good set of done the thing up how about righl and if he was a judge of into the cannon's mouth of the this one was more than that We took a couple of nippers together nature ns he is of liquor c of lie went in fur you could say better Governor us Then it w him set laugh all over from or I Cap- And eff Captain Grimes went amid b the pieces his shoe tie up None of your horse he rny of laughter and Tho ly under our You may laughs but quiet thing snys I bowing about my was too cood to be lost The but there were some of us that were One day the disappointed were best my darkies ha I it fora hoisting song lu i it oil to the I'M nearest i r Mi at N ii i- 00 MS art cowards Stub al as n dei Whu I IIM i Hi v li Tn fill wai ncy after tliC ir of on it a I r for in insertions in jour r lor mation ot all additional lavor by I Hie tr A tin Id n l if w army Of flung artillery w part w ho took i av n nt hil m vr n their or in thu u recovering our and holler with rage than new pepper yon be as happy in your rule hi ro as refining our hearing 1 was hauled To add to the they had 1 feel you will both to up lame for a trod daily received this day they were not her whom yon represent and clothes ruined and a black if admitted at interest of her tts I nothing else wanting to send me to Now this Yankee felt -o much know you have at heart Do you Coventry There was six foot of bone pleased that he could not sit still in his that says and sin just in front of me a perfect could see the fun twinkling the hU head Scotch herring looking fellow who in eyes and at the of his I reckon I task either seeing would cut a new jacket through in a He beckoned tome and I as how twas London Can tin Indian week's wear at the elbows from took a seat by him when he dock National Pilot very by of the t I had outlived the salute These creatures are most We down to dine wilh the aptly in reference to H ho deal in within a u Sj Vy Dfv iii a imp So Of course it came to the Of course he rated like a tiger with the audience was not difficult a thing to obtain after that i in i OUT JONES V d I I ol n aie i i u fr rlv M I Our of mu h lor art Our rc it ore sec that nearly or and tell it t tt r s every thing darn my skin if I wouldn't it was not a mo in die's We else when as the Governor landed like to try one grain if I days but dinner of a Weal Indian all papers in the arc Indians on and this fellow must off hal to cheer thought they would not burst You fowl flesh and stewed Unse I on- M ivo ir it ol tin ir hip and plump come thai think are mad But ed baked and roast with groL is much of wit in the country bow of his into my eye Lord they don't begin to I could and bit had and m my in With a view to into A week or two had passed that mad now that like a the Governors wines tired our thest tul ly con the full though I had business with turn right to and appi Eating one tiling wr regard them as in bad md j a- t -.1 s tiny c in lency that warranted me in demanding bite and what's more make drinking we had Hone and theit tar fi in- of nt an interview as yet I had not made the drinks off oo em for the whole los a time and the was fast s- ol t eir tin it f fintn and to seat myself party for us tion cs a have by th f H M the piazza and with cne eye Do it by all I said to follow 31 count ol iii re is many a poor f I to mysell with being a looker on So he fumbled in his pockets and Without I a low who I the I of h in Yenice Limited my vision pulled purse from hair at the to Kir ut we th o- n the wag case was afforded roe for which he took two doubloons and make did Hat I pinion t t in c Jii d nt a You know that then walked to the and says I am r I s- r T irs that led the here gentlemen two won You i G u di tely Jv to In was the one on which I re- doubloons I reckon will cover drink his up hut r tl e nre rehy to withhold a and it e my occupation to enough of any or all kinds for the pride a bit loo or too of his own in who watch those that sought audience whole Now I put them up goon lo his ff se are f- b-r in ed Tn in i will i MH We fi it v xt hereafter nine support of up lo to twig and these on my individual of small pUces 1 hey went and if you feel that ere way in off under the dined you can easily cover them at a the red cent Now he p a carried by a dollar a heap or thereabout It js so darned I I'd m iv hv his head trect and here and more all to a I stiff as his come to tee the Governor though and up to tnJ gingham coat the of you've all tried time the out a feel from the and again you're all and in all of th n nous documents which were pretty welt vexed at that Now that ere for me a stiff bow 10 mk but 1 lo holler if 1 don't call to I w it by se I- inj craft ind a-L for a lump of at s r in ic new r in lo pay un h r r tirf would wiluin or or who what i- in b ar- h r al th f who and bcf n m ai to h or a d And will In ion of II about 2 Amerna 01 r Tlic Cad M took place List W F- J me a stiff wrapped Now that ere for mr bow in do it that is if you ar i it i rul that that ironi they t and abandon tr n Seott and other 1 in nth were present 1 i- I dignity the fun was to bet that ere your own w ur alone mind you in Mv I I t m pretending to be id in not to M ace bet mdj to die ibe and No is at con- my hit or call I wt aim in an I'll see the time darned fault as a t r r and are to revoke accordingly e Hudson ir th hy fite of th lar or it and t Had M h II ft m in form nr tit who pur workman who there encaged m out for the afu r i c in J C J 1 d 01 W dc il II i- the love and i 1 when try
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