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Racine County Argus (Newspaper) - March 17, 1870, Racine, WisconsinWhole no. 81. Thursday March 17, 1870 vol. 2-no. 29. 02 county Argus Jia cd e democratic journal u 1tousk of b b. Northrop co., , u-1scoxs1n. Is koyci2, Burlington. Fps Washbum d e in t i s t. Ovf1ck Over Workman s drug store -s-f-1 pm i. 1-y. Va1xk Millet attorneys Counselor at Law. Wick in masonic i a Iloilo Wisconsin. Tvs will to let Eari trillion to All site to _ h. Tyrrel real estate agent notary Public and conveyancer. Omar Over the Host National Bank , Wisconsin. 1 Rice for mama i Uli . He. Washington House foot of main Sti Kkt 11acixk, w1s. Frank sciim1t, proprietor. To lulls i Ilia the it Kyj. For i in Oziablo. Union Relief association of Chicago i. Salle of Madison. it. y. A Kikah Lxiv amoral g. Teubert so Iii tins i bit business College. N flir Tum Miens on i 14th. T Ali a Liran Ilii a will w Wiuli ii Kocat Ibi 1 oui be. Vor the Arius lines addressed to n bereaved Friend. Eyck 1 lie to a cup Teluli ill lire o or Nice quickly run 1ix1 Sci Waku no More whiffed us to Bright to Jive Wjt Eru ii in nor Felt Ami All it Pence Ulm love. A Cister there nor i Lonill Alie in Antn tic lire now Tito Roveil one refined Why Mottini for them Early tone to mingle Wotli the Bio 1. Our cod tit to cull them Home with now they Yon cull them Back to life they would not it they be joined tic heavenly choir 3u goil they their Trust. With White Robed Roku ii the throne Lioy Witt your coining there a Loving Savior there they re Ilu love with to share. Hut in Little a Lilly Ami thin if faithful Here below you a join them 111 the rat land How twill be to Ifo knowing your Here All earthly inborn o or you la join Lov j ones before there to dwell evermore. Us Tiia. Llvell a Dex. By Hiss Camilla 11" ii. 1.1 an the ii. C 0 0 has opened a fashionable tailors store at x of iss court House out West very fur out on one of the great Prairies and five Wiles from any town was the farm of or. Arden. It was no great of a farm but was pretty fair such a one As John Ardon a Young Man of Nineteen and Mother and Phil. Arden u boy of six could work very Well. So or. Arden thought and he thought too that he roust positively get. Rich faster. He had to brother in California who was making Money in heaps and this brother wrote that if lie would come out there and stay two years he could go Baek it Rich Man and buy one of the Fin est places in the West and live in ease All the rest of Days. It if pretty hard Lor a Man to think that he has got to delve on a farm and support a family All life even after lie gets old and so or. Arden talked the matter Over with wife and John and told them that if they would stay and carry on the Little farm he would go to California and got Rich for them. It was hard to consent to part but they did consent and or. Arden went. Two years is not so Long it time when people Are and it soon went round for the gardens. The Little farm had prospered t id the absent father had prospered. Letters from frequently and at last came the blessed letter say ing that he was to Start for Homo Immy Diatel and would reach there some time in february or March. Then indeed the Little family was a Happy one. What plans they Laid How they made everything look As Well As pos sible and prepared to feast the wanderer who had been 80 Long absent. Do you suppose that father will bring Silver Back Phil asked. A we mfr s a Tantuc tire correspondent give san interesting illustration of tha. Gradual Progress of in this anecdote about a shipmate who accompanied on one of ii m curly whaling voyages Stiles was a Roung fellow and when he sailed had icon paying for some time to a Young , who lie Hud Raaon to think did not fully ardent feel Ings. At All events the her not so affectionate As lie could wish and to was impressed with Tho be Lief that she Only kept As a stand by in default of a better offer. I Don t styles would Little table with their their they with a despondent shake of the head i with the Bible and the shaded lamp on it hold up Tho lantern and see a Beautiful Don t believe Ann Jones 11 have me ony what they Hud. Besides this mrs. A Dan had undo mince pice and a wonderful loaf of wedding cake she called it and she had n Turkey to roast for dinner and Many other Good things. They had their own cider and apples and All those country delicacies to be found on a i think Holl be Here said one evening As they All Gath ered round the fire after supper. It s time for and i guess hell come. Won t he think it looks pretty Here mrs. Ardon smiled but snid nothing As she glanced about the room. It wits in deed pretty with a Bright new carpet on Tho Over her head and put a flask of Brandy into her pocket. Silent still they set out and their Way through the Snow in the direction of that Barking stopping caused and hurrying u on when they heard it. Before starting they had set. The Centre lamp on a table to the window and but for that they might soon have lost night of the House. For the was nothing but a i whirl of and the direction they look was outside of the Road. Nearer and nearer they came flounder ing through the drifts their lantern Cut ing a foggy gleam about the Jin. They ivern inn Walls a new but a Little Way off cow they saw Arm chair bought on purpose for father something moving before them und now i ready for the evening s rending und the firelight playing Over All. I Hope it will Clear off Well in the said John the elder brother. I d like father to get Home on a Sun shiny is there much Snow son Tho Mother asked looking up from the fire in which he had been dreaming. There Are several the boy replied and it is falling Fust now and Drifting i am the Mother said find her face clouded a Little. She also would like her husband to get Home on a sunshiny Day. Besides if the Snow should Drift on that Long rond it would delay coming. There was very Little travel in that direction and sometimes it would be Days be fore a Roud would be broken out after a heavy Snow. But maybe it will Clear away in Tho she said Moro brightly i think what Little wind there is is a fair they All sat still and listened for Tho Silver White dog with Brown spots who to wind and in the silence they heard Tho soft Silken Rustle of the Snow on the win Dows. H the father had been with them it would Liucc been a pleasant sound. But since the Snow was falling Between them and it had a sad sound. Was said fora Long while then Phil began to repeat their plans for the twentieth time asking if they would go to town to live if John would go to College and so on. Jolt brightened too and told what he meant to study and where he meant to go. But mrs. Ardon could net talk. She Felt sad and troubled and wished the night away. Let s have Romo cider und apples John Suid. They will help to pass inc time very Well you get she said starting As he spoke. John took a Candle and plate and Phil took a Pitcher and the two went Down cellar and presently come up John with the plate piled with Rosy shining apples and Phil with the Pitcher foaming Over a the cider. They set them Down and soon were Ami drink ing Healths quite merrily. But though mrs. Arden tried to cheerful for the Sake of her children she could not shake off her gloomy feelings and was glad looks up at them with Large imploring tries to Paw away the Light Snow from beneath feet. It is Silver cried Phillip almost in a scream. But the other two said not a word. They Only push away the Snow with frantic haste and with shivering moans pull out the senseless form of a Man lying there under the Drift. The dog with a Sharp bark catches a hat in Teeth and runs after them and mrs. Arden and John go staggering Back through the drifts with that awful Bur Den Phillip weeping and carrying the lantern. 0 father father muttered Jolin be Low breath As the Light for wifi the Lan Tern fell on that Well known face. Lay Down a the Mother said to John when they were about half Way to the House. They both Knelt in the Snow and Boro up the Burden on their Knees while mrs. Arden took the Bandy flask from her pocket and poured u Little Between the lips of her husband. Then they lifted again and never stopped till they reached to licit own Bright sitting room. Then they Laid Down and rubbed stiffened limbs and poured the Brandy Between Teeth doing everything to keep or to find the breath of life in . Not n word was said except when mrs. Arden whispered her directions to the boys. Philip hushed Crick and did could looking from the Pale face of father to it when he had been out n few months and had met with fair Success Stiles tone was modified. The Burden of monologue changed to ".Well, i Dun no but what Ann Jones 11 have me after _ with a thousand barrels of Oil under hatches to became still More hopeful. Chance is pretty Good for Ann to would say pretty Good at fifteen Hundred barrels he had is sum cd a self satisfied manner and Solilo i guess there s no danger but Ann Jones my have to at two thousand Ann Jones my be glad enough to yet me now i when he Cut Tho last whale that was to fill the vessel s hold and squared for Home Stiles threw hat in the air with a wild Indian yell of Triumph lie Lian ged if i la have Ann junes win. You Tike a old Farmer about the time that the temper Ance Reform wa9 beginning to exert a healthful influence in the country said to hired Man Jonathan i did not think to mention to you when i hired you that i think of trying to do my work this year without ruin. How much More must i give you to induce you to do of i Don t care much about said Jonathan you May give me what you Don t whip the old customs of thought and action Are constantly being called up and their Worth tested in the Light of science and religion in1 Days of Progress and Reform and among them none de Servo More Earnest attention than Tho question of punishment in its bearings. How Many readers have not heard the furious exclamations of an angry Parent chastising it child for edmo Misdemeanour now i do not wish to soil this Page with the so malignant expressions without a Good reason. But that reason will appear presently. First you hear Tho piercing scream of a child in mortal fear or pain and then the i not say words of that child s natural Protection. I la learn you to steal 1" i will learn you to disobey me you you Are always doing so does that Parent Ever imagine the fear reality of the meaning of these words the very thought should cover he face with shame and confusion. He says i will learn you to some one asks How will he teach boy Liat miserable by punishing for Why thut is easily done whip soundly for striking a playmate or for stealing a piece of Pic and then when he is asked if he did this or that he will fear the whipping More than he will fear to lie so be will lie May nut be in the wrong but he Wili fear to make the Neces sary explanations lost to be found in fault so he will invent any ingenious falsehood to escape punishment. Of Courso the Parent Best to Lind it out and j then charges with it and gives a sound thrashing. This will teach to Tell More ingenious and circumstantial lies. Necessity you know in the Mother of invention. Who doubts but that the foregoing mean and debasing influences would Lead directly to stealing and the pc Pett iniquity if any one thinks the Case is overstated let Lay Down the paper and give the subject n few Calm Earnest thoughts. The object of this article is not to cud fault but to lend the erring to a higher und Nob or Conception of duty to children. Western Rural Domestic by civics i16rc arc a couple of recipe communicated to the country. Gentle Sittni by correspondent Batter pc disc. If you Ding on Shott notice Here the Oneto make one pint of Rich Buttermilk or sour i Teaspoon of soda 2 eggs 2 Large spoonfuls of and a Little Salt stir in flour Kritil As thick us Batter for cake. Grease a Small bilking pan and pour in half of the Batter spread some fruit Orer it either canned cherries or thinly apples Are Nice then add the remainder of the Batter. Bake in a moderate oven and serve. Warm with sugar and Cream. You will find it very palatable. A Good breakfast four pint of new milk and a piece of butter the size of a Walnut Salt und Pepper to suit the taste. Beat the eggs add. The milk and butter and pour All together in to a hot frying pan containing half spoonful of frying. Stir constantly for the a or four minutes when it a cad for the tabled Suitca Nie flavor obtained by it after frying Ham or fic so sausages. This re pipe will make enough for Sisior eight persons and in these times when eggs so scarce and arc cold at Cir Bitont prices it is quite in economical dish As it will often answer. M. Silver wins in pet Pup that Phil had give i Wincn their Little feast Una Over. V maim turini Neil to for Chiuji Voli Lonask s kept. I Lvcy. It my macs. S to Civ of Home pm i restau Piast. In furniture in of uti Dallou it with buy on Hund imported wines and liquors Jials at 1iotjks, of tit Art. Averyt Lions in in -e.-i.otl. . , bitter co., to. 120 Jiaxi St., clot i i built made Lotins of Meek a Umess Avo oist3 goods . Kent jtylc., Neil , oc8.ly co., to , a Jaew ii. And dealers in lumber shingles lath Cedar in father on going away not that jigs father wanted a Pup he thought but Tho boy wanted to give the most Puccio a thing to had and Silver was the most precious. Or. Arden could not the Little creature with Hill and cherished it and delighted boy at Hume by ant ing How Bright Silver was. Growing and what great friends they were. I Don t know mrs. Arden an swered to Hor boy s question. If he Only brings himself safely we shall have enough to be thankful mrs Arden was a very Calm and Sensi ble woman but she was very much moved at the thought of seeing her Hus band after so Long a time and the could scarcely Brit co that All was to go on so brightly and prosperously to the end. It seemed to her that something must Hap pen that was painful everything had gone so Well As yet. But she kept these fears to herself tried indeed to laugh at them. Every night before they went to bed and her two boys Knelt Down and now boys we must have prayers and go to she said., 1 hey sobered themselves while she read a compter in the Bible then they Knelt Down and she prayed fervently for All but most for the Safe return of their absent loved one. She so earnestly that when they their Knees All Hud tears in their eyes and the boys Felt Ali it they must not rejoice too soon but Niust-r3ineuiber How Uncertain every thing on Earth is. Just before going to bed mrs. Ardon opened the door into the Little porch and looked out to Sec what Tho weather was. It was not very cold though cold enough to her shiver but Tho Snow was very thickly and All she could ice St med Long hours before a faint sign of motion was visible in those close eyelids and there was a breath in the lips "0, thank cod thank god cried mrs. Ardc a so wildly that the boys looked at her in alarm. Never before had they seen their Mother so excited to almost beside herself. She had controlled her feelings during the time of suspense and when nil her strength and forethought were needed but it was deserting her now and when at last or. Arlen opened eyes and looked round on them and knew where he was wife Sank faint ing on the door. Then of course there vans a new fright and the boys were ready to give up quite. But Joy does not kill and in a few min Younesi keep in the. Fall if you will do said Jonathan. The oldest son then said father will you Jive sheep too if i do you shall have a sheep if you do the youngest son a Stripling then said father will you give to a sheep if i will do yes Chandler you shall have a sheep also if you will do without rum. Presently Chandler spoke again father had t you better take a sheep the into major s., of Tho United states engineers had a thorough dislike for eng throw it a Joni the ten Snible father of methodism thus advises with regard to wine you see the wine when it sparkles in the cup and Are going to drink it. J Tell you there is Poison in it and therefore beg you to throw it away. You answer the wine is harmless in itself. I perhaps it is so but still if it be mixed is j not Imp los no one in senses if he i i knows it will ouch think of drinking if you add it not prison to Nic though it May be soothers then i it away for thy brother s Sake lest thou pm Holden to drink also. Why should thy strength thy weak brother. To perish for whom Christ died now let any one judge which is the most he. Who pleads against the life of brother fur the Sake of the Tut 103 does m1, Jing incurs Nuu u Usu Ruhr utes their Mother opened her eyes again. Would have please Der. Johnson a Good Ciatur. The major Ustel to Sav that in any foreign complication j i t it is useless to try to scene that followed the Joy tempered by terror have been the thanksgiving the weeping welcomes. It was not till nearly morning that or Arden could Tell them How it Hupponen that he lost life. To had reached the town just at evening and being unable to get a horse to take out Home had determined to walk the a term did not seem to be he did not dream of being Snow enough to Blind . To the Road. He walked walked growing tired and drowsy he struggled to keep up he strained eyes to see the Home Light at length within sight of it he and fell. Then mrs. Arden told her Story too we Lerew. Posts idler in ill Kent Psi to order. A onto. Rim la. Ivett Cantlon. 1ujibhi sold Texy cheap ital Al Nettit Ohn by occupied an a Orch cheap vim. Soost. She prayed that her husband and to licit Athur might to Back to hem. Tho weeks glided away and they could say perhaps he will be hero this week or certainly Cit they could t do. Anything Elsol for hiking about but wandered about watching for letters and looking Tho Ong Long Road across the Prairie to Tho next town. It was a Long straight Road find there was nothing grow on it but a few. Small they could see for Miles. At length they got a Telegram or. Ardon had arrived safely at St. Louis and would be at Home in a few Days. Then indeed it seemed As though All was going right and no Accident could happen. The family went happily about their work. The Little cottage was As Bright and clean As it could they had bought some now things to fit it up for since father was coming with lots of Money they could afford to spend about going into the House again when she stopped and listened. Tho two boys were still in the sitting room and they heard her Fay in a Low Quick voice Herd they hurried out onto the step and saw her leaning out and looking up in the direction of the Tow nothing wus to be seen so thick was tie Snow and since there was no Moon. She stretching her hand toward them but round. Avit h a chill of fear they hushed them selves and listened a faint sound came smothered in the Unow carried away by the soft stifled wind. Then a Lull and it came clearly the bark of a dog mrs. Arden looked excited pulled face. The she exclaimed. Some one in lost in the Snow Jot awol was Leiis haste not daring to think Iii Gin by to which were going the boys hurried on the boots they had taken buttoned their jackets pull fld their Cap. Their ears put , All in a Lari turn out on thick fur tied id Livic very a Ujcic Bijj Miji ecu r was a White waste. She looked sighing How fearful he Hud been Hod in the direction of the town j g0ne to 00k out and heard the dog a Fork you hut that dog not for Rotten in d if Ever any a lilo quadruped Wai in danger of being oaten up with it was Silver Arden. It that same Little Silver grown up. The next was not quite As merry they had expected the Welcome Home to but it w a Happy and full of thanksgiving the Shono Snow. Tossed played in Tho Light wind and about noon to neat cd press Wagon came Down from town with or. Arden Trunks in it. The Iwasyn t. So deep in the Road but or. Ardon had lost a one of Tho first thing that was to b. To Hare Silver painted Byi the. Very. Best artist that could be found. And that picture m the a Robns parlor to Thi. Day opposite a portrait of Phil., taken a lie i. Lather went away with torn Itaw hat Only half cot Cring hi., Bright Brown i. Hand. Last Brake of or Der Fred with . Which might it would be the simplest in the world to determine what the policy of this country be All the president would have to do would be to find out Wlms the policy of England was and then go dead Ngu inst it when he Vine coming Over from England in one of the Cunard steamers on a Fino sunday after Vancu Doodle. A Gruff stood by inquired whether that was the tune the old cow died of. Not at retorted the major that s the tune the old Bull died of this Apt reply. Bull Piuse and consider As indeed according t6 the old Ballad the cow in question did Ile Lud Nosiay to Ylva lick so he took he cow tin Young who rises Early and Rolls ii her Leonej into the Kitchen to jct breakfast oras Sissin doing 10 and cheerfulness and sunny put. Her House in order without the assistance of Mother is Worth s thousand parlor who for the want of exercise complain of ennui lounge in luxurious Case the former wife and Render Home Paradise the o latter is n useless piece of Fern Itnyre and the annoyance., of the household b of shining. To the genre. Let her go a i Ady lately entered Tore in Osh Kosh and asked for suit Able Toria it i supposed that she make a night Godoi l Oshkosh of How to clean lamp most people in cleaning lamp chimneys use either a Brush made of bristles twist cd into a wire or sors. these Are bad with out great the wire scissors will scratch the Glass As a Diamond does which under the expansive Power soon Breaks scratched class you neat Little thing that costs nothing and. Will save half , tie n piece of soft sponge the size of your Chimney to a ral. My. J. Of Central Illinois Bas for. Sci Crail years mixed one third Oats with , Liml according Ira Toni Rural gets crops than when wheat is sown alone. Last year wheat grown Sipai nearly failure while that with Oats fair crops. Or. P raised fifteen bushels and thirty of Oats per acre. The two grains Are harvested together and Are readily separated by any of Tho new fanning mills.1 now spoken you Wasto be turned into an said Jim what would Tou like to because he is of no a hand Down , j want enough fora. Musk rat Kin. That. The re Poco Dan t be a lion interrupted Little Toms who Imd school , and then you can a entered ii store a few Days ago where butter and eggs arc sold and complained to Tuc , named Charley that ii Alf the cup Wlinich she had Purchas cd wer o Rotten an it Csc Charley re plod . can t this time of thei year the Hen a Are and of Talent Thi. Haddock s wife kicked out of said he look Here now you d not do that again if you do it will cause a coldness in the a says that if anything will make a woman swear it it looking for her Nightcap after the Candle it put out. An Exchange says to Man knows the full Worth of. I woman till he. Has loved yes but Many a poor Devil finds after the. Honeymoon Lias passed that the Market ruled entirely too High. The following is a sign Board upon an Academy for teaching in one of the far Western Freeman and ilugg., school teachers. Freeman teaches the boys and Huggs the a professor says a Chil Dren arc born with Blue eyes the Darker hues come Don t know whether Irav known people whose eyes got Black some years after about election or coming ionic from the a schoolmaster asked any of them could quote a passage of scripture which forbade a Man s having two wives whereupon nearly the whole school cried out to Man can Servo two Beau i never faint halt or despair because you Conot realize your and a the thing you would Only do Tho Best you can and no judgment shall Condern you. Circumstances May raise an Insp erase bar for the time be ing at least. Allow Many person make wreck of Talent in singing for opportunities to do other and More than their circumstances they disdain. Low rounds. Of the ladder which Ture Lead to the High. Ourique in life is to make the most of the Means and opportunities we Hutc not to neglect Small advantages because we cannot have Large ones. By cultivating the Little we Mike it is easier to Compass the greatest., tue no is with what a spirit like voice does the wind soar Over and haunt earliest hymn is Low and like the breathing of infant in a but i stones awaken. Louder Echo inns and All the spirits of air rejoice around it with the loud shout Ings of an Aerial Lio Sannoh. Goei on careering from one Boundary to the other of the rial me of space rejoicing with a great and exceeding Joy in Tho wild and untiring swiftness of its flight. It hath also a voice for the storms wild Savage Anil lonely creaming and shriek ing and shattering the wearied with the terror arid woe of its mighty wait Ings. Cen Tiejian had just Timken at the dinner table the other Day when the servant reported. A beggar door. Feeling in pocket fora but finding none a i Haven t a shilling with resumed dinner presently the servant returned with please can a responded the gentle Manyou Tell if hell hive something to make. A note of shit says regarding consumption accor computation 1 and drank Between my unto and mod car horse Wagon loads Mort than wan Good to Tho a counts of this opponents Bers Kloten

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