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Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - December 15, 1848, Mineral Point, Wisconsin H DUMBER 12 BUNE MINERAL WIS FRIDAY DEC 15 1848 WHOLE NUMBER 64 The Wisconsin Point bica Wit GEORGR W BUSS Tii Village 50 To Office and OU It be delayed lor mouths 50 conts will be wiled to the KT No except at the rj Editor until all arn paid RATES ay square HUM or one insertion 00 additional 39 1 H 00 six 00 year f 00 Hull a for six If OO For MJ Olio column fin 15 01 11 ono J the unless und for im- urit imi 1 in ai until advertisement H for tin JloraM AM DUX Anna was his O Dark This son r thousand i-M el boot Fame on i never licked us t boldly in Those to win j Tins n I i by a large mar who evidently a liberal patron of and who broke off at the Utter y n your temperance you round hero with tracts THK AND TRIUMPH OF GENIUS There is at present in can who went to that country tlo endeavor to wi at point by a stout who cried out- the in a new bridge If g-M liis in thar and he has constructed He ia a native of Vir to em licker for they'll break out if he ginia An account of his progress is by ond biz of whoso fat as he doubled it H Lewis and is published in that of an ordinary man Thar's livo critter iu Don't you hear him H Thin was said as the box stnick the the a vibration of sooner had all let go of the box than A by all his all of wire determined to know what were its what were the miming of the words Tviiio Oil his telling thorn that it was a HI i some reckoned that it would la i light of winil to blow others th it it take a lot of men to it kr Tlic explained as well as he could its still his Inscription was anything and only rid of his by promising a sight nt an Jny days like to elapsed before tiie oi Pr A were arranged far tho iif and various curious were the si the settlers during this time his the only topics of for miles around but one lower room this one of double the ordinary size and bat Magazine t 15 1846 MT DEAR I should soon er but I had nothing pleasant to I reached London on the 1st of without or friends which the thing I desired when I left am just tlie I assure yon I never de- sire again commenced operation at once on the supposition in city I would at least enlist one man But English men Hfc oot Americana An will advance any amount on on cer t linty but oot one penny there is the slightest risk got tbe whole world by it I spent tho first five months looking for this man with unparalleled perseverance and in- dustry living for less than per day I am convinced that few persons in London know so mm h of that incomprehensibly largo city as myself But my waa gone to supply me with miserably baked corn bread on which 1 lived entirely I slept on straw for which I paid u halfpenny per night I became and filthy and could DO ger mim of Up to this time my spirits they then but my sufferings weru limbs dis- with rheumatism induced by cold and fuce and hend swelled to a ml on the strip of bare floor lest fiy ache and those who slept in tiie same horrid Tyfer the proprietor for he bur aft Tally that he u to Remington's Tho perhaps ever made in tile world is made of the Bridge letter of my name is nearly ea large ag my The Bridge to this is the nent curiosity of the Gardens You can't open a paper but yon see Remington's bridge Soon after it was I frequently seen hundreds of men looking at the large of the bridge at the corners of the envying when I have stood un known in the crowd literally starving ever the grent credit of the bridge gave nic name success with n tailor I got a suit clothes and some clean shirt Any shirt was great but a clean God what a Thousands of curds KTt for me at the us and to all too small to cover tins en- a strip of barn Hoor appeared at inde the room Opposite to and lacing c coor Pine fort All for if of visitors and Mis to the tirst The doctor had U the door mi half a score of men to enter E took her scat and a of the instrument the whole in Some went directly up te it had been called on account it- four more shy r-r the door where if they f make their escape while er on thu handsome they might J den as myself were wretched tune se he mid boj v ii ui a Ii i ill- it ii nii i K -1 if live i 1 o V d t S is I- lie lid Ii j to or it M S r In: j A in fanse 1 and that as hi should drink Another of the laid n dime and wanted that's worth nf K ty the name the in- to Him alter traveling i on his face bo would eU.irn incl nil the it if his darter had a fort man i1 thai furt had in Black irar it would the like 1 irt to say that it was latent and ho other of the house that I hey i-y for run the of Dr the The v had any of however in person 01 but none of whom without thu forty way and a Hi an thu very cleanest of them literally alive with But I I never begged uor asked a favor of i tn put the company in j a manner oi creeping things tracts out a see the bridee from nil parts of tho bur with nil my bills in thf of the hell born Jews of courra I hud to slope and come down to Si 1 first built the mill which the most j popular putent rvcr in England find many other small i exceeding The of WONDERFUL We find in the Boston several r frum nt n the copper mine region of Lake details tomn d s- which have made a ew miles interior from the mouth of t river A large mass of native copp r estimated ut seven iti ground A vast amount of I id upon it Every inch of it Ii id hammered over nnd attempts had be -n to pry it up nnd place it on n It this wiis thn labor of n rnce of 11 IB passed There in too manifesto for the present race id et the Workings are too ancient to of white men Many of m Ir tone hammers ure found buried a few ft et the They are so in a it was found rut re to use them than to throw tin in ml Hemlock trees fuel in r mil from examination two mid old are growing over the mvo tu hir felled to tho miners lo eii a- ind levers und copper gads are found and under the ancient can be ur noro than mile through in of at would lot pay for the of an ml of ATLANTIC POSTAGE Wo find iti N York Sun tho of be between tlw and the Government of Gmt tu postage on two ure happy to that an ban at been entered into which liou to the of both countries and will probably do away with Hie un-a which been heretofore practiced IV to snn it from all parts I have now more orders for bridgrs from than I cnn execute in ten years if I would do T have so much th of late what with so sudden from sti compelled to HO a course j ami nin now just Of course anything once built tho r of taking a patent in England but its merits nnd value nro all of into between Mr Bancroft artel Loi 1 between the two in thu of by the live steamers The of to uniform for A- and 3 The British mail to ho and by the I from A rica he by well M icon Tlic of M ill not on finm n one on the Hy in any part f Britain or In a it there will br in the I Mates without to person to whom it is Ho uith df here it will be I m any part of Ireland or ASD must uf niv to the back Yet il is not I a country in the bu j I to I I him in his I the M J r nnd mi I unit saw an bint She is a good mother who bringi up to work in tlie vou We stuill never and pies and ul ile Indies tire taught it is u disgrace to to cook The time may come eu clie daughters be to cuko their stand in tbe kitchen but ahu iM i cy riot Know how and to What is the young tit fur to the Meadows is the greatest triumph yet Their would seem to carry ns they in Tlic of Earl is H most fully thins Earls Lords and uro c of those who hem A GOOD tion beggar nny mun since I curac to Englund Ask Geo j A permanent beautiful and steady bridge may be thrown across a river half a mile nic whose her i and ho other of their nit The v hole i owl was in at UIB time ot liis death of lie Piano whom 1 called upon two or times if ever I asked the slightest or upon the you gave mo to him I did write Liin n note asking him to come und witness the triumph of opening the Bridge fit the gardens nnd delivered the note at his own house myself although Albert 1 never got even n reply io my note Il Bancroft come and been Ilia man to have only me in my as it me much I not believe ever my note for bin to me waa very kind Tho three the first five I nut up to the I to build tho bridge I will But harrow up my feelings to write nor to read the of My head turned grey nnd I huve died but for tho Jew who did give me one shilling down for ou j These amounted to every penny of which 1 hud to pay subsequently for since my on j nt not a raun in England who i can tut knows my address cost nic to obtain the with which I i wide out of the of floods nnd without anything touching the water nt a moat in- expense The American in well tit home I know I shrill lo build u few more bridges of and larger and one of n rail mad bridge in order I perfect myself in thorn so as to commence fair I America I have n accounts rny exploits 1 came to bur I must defer sending thorn until next time I will write me tor now since a ia opened 1 be to toll I know it well I liave dined Karls and from that i tfi the licc and h td to ift of the a of most OTIC So 1.0 Iin in bed until ten o'clock and wlm vl en rises a ar two nnd sits o tin lust new novel She may answer or i wile of a fop nnd a miserable ile will she live fur her iin her UK if who up to LONG ure and flie en and bed lime presents a very to nil to it in such a manner to make their homes nut and instructive but to tly to their store pd ures of running after Jet unit al home to the circle ol a tew trie in nnd iu plans combine the i le of mutual and nel foster the filial domicile und for in after till rest tilt inn of character and the of our middle of a while in- over him a lady who by es af me Cramer bt then I with the ww of to a mnn took my clean und thru turned round to my bow and lie and as my also won the ol the people 1 at ince admitted on in tinn Cramer was a ot witS ol a true vi in the of city may loyally tho to mention It a in m ami plates are chained to the table for fear they be a I am rny dear air your obedient 1 R i a slue i i k ura he 1 i I II er were in to and were gar II W I inr i ho by the of with n child in her arms ir Co the intended and the of the child For a consternation hi had seen the woman The father n time lie did not know which to was by nut a lik'Tiy.ss of nice 1 1 ir to him You i mi1 didn't me in v yim By lady hud nearly been made of scoundrel taken The about tending r rhe upon round he i If I IX tho ih In tli i eil men ot the A te river I wis 1 his the it them the if thu is the ill his In til had iii the stowed away v in U painted in largo the j v 11 was ou the of the little the f who hnd never with Why I IMV was 1 What tut he do with t'i it nf up out- his and ir ar ou the i In tin hist but one on it were dry It of all liy j the curiosity in the r i tiie emitted it the a 01 the i the i a ft if lie's n The ended lor next day he he authorities 1 to take of I tdf her child j villa of P T of t tal where 1 after much in getting the ghost of a model made of the bridge The model though a bud one astonished everybody Every in was called in to decide whether it to throw it the Lake Four or five of them at final decision declared that the model be- IS HK RICH a is heard many a heart is broken life ia by the which often i u litb for daughters How is it possible br j to result from the union plos so opposed to j every point HM us is tu How often itf the limt which is he j he rich T hr hi but does that n fiord any evidence In will make n kind and Is he his purple and fine linen arid faros everyday bur cnn you infer from thia that ol nd Festivity on d it I of the furnishing of iin in tho Nights and such a in old tin citizens of in Vo he is virtuous t Is he rich he linn ins n every ocean but iin not riches to them was strange but that in fly awny Will yon consent your marry i man tbat hut U him hut hi bni sometimes rovers the barbed not thon Is he but Is ho Ask nut if he lias but if in lias nnd do not sacrifice your daughter's peace for money Thoro in some low miles from in this enmity n respect farmer n now about eleven old who could not be curried to o much greater length tho of the This was the point of life or donth with me 1 win standing amid men of the suppo wed talents as engineers thai could produce and the point deci- ded me This one time my whole energies ever aroused I never talked was nnd faint for want of spirits sunk in sorrow of my I had ing over this model did I with those mon Every word 1 uttered camp from my inmost soul and big with A or oline wilo of I'm neit that her oldest afterwards m van at em- ploy ot of the court in ling aloud to her she on one thu s- 1 to nty sin down in a it r on a lesson of Tho next thu when in the and her to Hid After somi time her royal tired of and paused in on order to seated her majesty In short a ued to for rest Head on the j leen J be princess stopped ami i re- rm to proceed till nt length fain and she was forced to complain tills excellent parent if you thins feel of this exercise lor one only must your feel who do it Hence Jearn my m ver to case yon Miller your attendants i durc A Sinoi 1.1 known of in Iliin taken cick after with all the of the wilh n in the of other friends The of the little weie am a was applied lo support tin tower jaw A of home twenty or thirty a in who in tin and laying out coin bv cold face to hf child around to Hid is now in tin of 1 day the t ell from Htory iir of on near tint Ihi lower floor and then up This hut wt that the were ill dowi not to be man but to an and him down to next on to tlie all learn lint wero ken 1 111 AMI IIF Om m iii counly Virginia ii Of will lie n age DII thin liea is two yeaiK ihan burn ill on tho h ul Mr nt the year wilii of of at the time of their election to tin w c x About a ago sayn a dont of tjie New York the cholera ils In hat city aud reported liave Jnn o 57 1 nekton H A nri Id II U Taylor 01 Ml 4 John Q The of the above 11 and it IK a ot i- tLe of at the of uner until he an impediment these men like th have been devils not to believed under the circumstances I succeeded My with thn proprietor I the of the without nuy pay whatever but during trie with and were invitation villa was and from roof M iu the part o ibe evening raiin at II tlie villa not leis than tifly its than one hundred and fifty dollars excited general admiration The nf tl o two bauds of and a couple score of cooks was hundred tho rooms a superb service of gold the of a pi in vas a service o and otio of Sevres ware In the great was kept up from S o'clock in tiie three o'clock in tho morning at i dinner On this I comparatively barbecue broke up Mr pv It was n little novel however to a his ia person and his amiable liny over the The i man m year bil speech which was thought to be incurable At fnr indiscretion her er spoke and at her and ed her ami to from for four ut tered a word At expiration of time however when the afflicted mother b come almost frantic at her supposed instru in df her child even of hei speech faculty WHS is slill more I in tlie without of am nnd if the bridge should succeed pit should be called Remington's Bridge I in lion's case not strong u- for a lion but putting some straw on the floor held me very well nnd indeed wus u greater luxury than I had had for eral months The Jin the bridge sometimes gave me a part of has i JV think it would to of villa Ii keeps on he will soon be Governor or in Congress By the way he to to the English system head carpenters the cost was dud the greatest hit er made London The money made by it is astonishingly thousands and ens rarity N i to protect his villa against i of thousands crossing pitying oil j brine the grent of the for i n in London but what an order of the written largely upon iit Although I o vows are to nor never will j received a be to train lur the bridge 1 to hlessitisr which she hns enjoyed to tbe Times W Nearly company of thr were poisoned by eof before last nt a muster pnr ly in a town The was made in a vessel with n copper bottom nnd sroo in it for several hours and ihu acid coffee no doubt ilic copper an 1 the whole It was of b roost of the company through the HII night every one had of it wiu more or sick some of The surgeon nnd were I'm Innately there nnd attended to heir I with are nil now The poisoned ovi r forty three of the company wlm did nil drink cf coffee wrrc not by of the ins wider tbe fert'd This case should be n warning to nil not to use vessels m cooking inly ame that ended from the Minur iii Wo have reason to caseri Cholera in have been and that 11 uo evidence ibe is of those huve in ibis district linve been on river or in Von iin perhaps timt a report of in ibe is published the average or the week in a series of Il is of Last the in London n id its the i lo is 1 ol cholera 34 birus in same was 1 I a of births over of PonK TIIK WIHT The in regard i Tires of on Ohio jv A or since contracts have Ken made to i for here at per and M in in n New n nf he to de- jw ot H inen j the city discovered a well the but lew lift on not and all liin rif the In that nfl iiii Lung but below tin ol A A cot liy cut acroM bin Mini f at on hik un- 01 e of an was llif usual irn warranted anil fifty yardi 11 T storm on he ult t to Mr in killed Mr W in at lie the pail which hr but be little injury A escape du not to have he ird some Leeu at teil per LOU rates It thai the in is ye und i i parts of tril to lesn fi than last yeason This tin ellert nn over anil Imf far better ha lor or mav the of cannot be A ifw St in the city nf York is taid by the to and lor iu exterior length ol one and ctt u II in it e an to ik lady in wit Misn you know u hv the look no much at eh -i ill a man in it men on these onr br for somewhere cite for toon Ult laities hv i tie their cul cd on their went to pastor lo learn j ot they there cun be ai y eent in om no one wt ai ottr lie mity lo Wxl of is full ridiculous it is perfectly to out tho The that wicked men frel tie not written in their foreheads wict in months and wantonness url oil make them look with ei if their hearts were th r would iot In opinion from and intc riant and bud iroin and noun Two i down lYtton Y rk
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