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Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1860, Waupun, WisconsinThe Waligun times Independent Republican newspaper 10 Mai Riili irn Mil to mall Litulu. Ami of i Kaki to , at a u Rux i j Al. Brill vorhoff publisher proprietor. Inner in la Elf Imron stuck. Kirry i1 Ihli All Tulli. Rcv Ali of advertising err. Axum via Tux or of Enlil. nub m to i Mil your in 00 id no i1u 110 to no 1 3t . In Lynx Havu lilies 1 your 11 00 it Tutu Price. Ivl n . I. Uli l Cor Illus by. Tire Cuil in or Btl it mint i in ill a i1 will int Eru. I. I until am i. J5ki-vkeisjsof1-publisher Luik proprietor. Go is and per an mini in Advance. Volume 3. , wish wednesday june 6, is6o. Number 36. Wisconsin. By c i., of Llull. Tuan 1 i thu from. A. I. O. O. Medina for Iliili. In Var re v Nail u Allm a. I. O. V. Ivnik Petit i in l allow 4 , i. I likes thai Nii Ali Iii in 1 in i dipl Al , i in of Juji Ili Viiu uax5jam, ill Fiuk to tin.1 of n us Iii Luconti in in this Vail ii for by i Vurl him ii Lii in t i tin i. Iii it 1 Hyvl Clinin. T n t i a 1 l Ati n Ali. I. 1 o c t Tif s s v to Tiv in Tiu i Luv Nii l t i i of Loci in i . Y l o. G. T. Mtg ii h. Ine. .1. W i vill . . I. .11 i. I. N. Ii. Mink ii. Attorney and Counselor at Law and i Oun solor at Laid a nil. It of la Iii Jalili of till s i or in con am la Imit tin Nitsou Liivi Ami .4 so y Toi. N of ii our i o l ii uni or Iii tin Sluvis ii Nils Lii it in thu ii Tor Tow i a i Ilum i or ail Liberty Toa. They la final wll filling him , Sotiri jail Sruti ii ill i Nii Ili 1-vr the in i i Rywlin in civil list Lur a Lugtu i int too. Thu ii Nyji with Zitur inuit ii it fun 0 h. I of "nit1 fill. Anil till ii it Ilij i Turku ii Lur Iii Culini Anil ton. Hannibal i Hamlin. O u i of Oil ill d u m s k. . M m just boots shoes a.-c., of Willis Speery Uci Ivun Tiv Ollice nil ocl on . Notary pull. Lii Vii Anil in . Y in. F. I Ank .1 mini.-, of tub Dodge county Mutual a Al or in i1. I .l.l.s. Drug i. Mind Iii Llomas Ati l i Sti a i n s u r Anc an pit Ltd in hint Len a no i Lxi i Mimi c o l t m p a n y to mute Lii i r in Iron or no. Oil., run a to in i l Paul not in Stintl it and ill candid a i. I n in in til. In All Iii. Kex Tell i t. I. a lots. Main-St., i i i Liefl to n t i in a i i t nil Rily i to court. Inc .1 ail i of twin i Unm i it i to Anil i our i inn thit Jinni i d y the Republican National convention it Chicago Tor Vijo president was a Fern in Paris Oxford co., Maine it August is now in the Olst year of his to id by profession a lawyer but fur the Twenty four years has Boon for much if to time in political life. From Isom to 1840 he was a member of the legislate Uro f m due and for three of those Yoars to was this speaker of House of representatives. In 1843 he clocked a Mot Bur of re elected for the following term. In s-17 1m was again a Nisi her of Tho state legislature and the next was chosen to Lill a vacancy the death of Hohti l air Field in the United states Senate. In Isol lie was re elected for the full term in the same body but resigned on being chosen governor of Maine in l8.57. In Ilia same Nam i to was again cd cod to Tia United he re the t new i Ivou newspaper a of ont in wis a dark a old sorrowing time in mushed the i Homo Stone House Whan so Eama to us beautifully set Forth the Day that she was born the Light n which find in wont out forever from the Brown per my Mother. Almost with her Gates of Nain a she pointed to the child and Lenic ensue. The guard her tenderly for my no still upon the promised As Wall us my sobs would parting Btij Otily then silo Laid gently Back and i ing Clouds above id of burnished till the coffin was closed Over a e azure see mod form now lying so stiff and cold those gorgeous the last Sod placed upon the now Moses burial and grave. Set of Mufti was Ling around the last stays singing float in Linos of Crimson Whilo Hei Tvan s p soft and Sweet an fur naught within the wide work could More Entrance Tho soul than the set sweetie anti Jig Juden s Bills and Plains. And yet death was Thero and even now on swept his train. And to who Lay the stricken victim there had died All Glo rious in his Manly Pride the Noble form but concealed beneath the Sable Robo shiites semite for six Yoars which copied resisting the governorship is is ill a member of Tho Senate. This Cord is an evidence of Tho conf Lonco with i has Ahvis Boon regarded by his Folly in citizens in Maine. I p to the time of the in Sago of the Navo Way she bowed her up the silent Corse and wildly wept in speechless agony and to. 1-Jutlo As Onward swept the mourn which wrapped it round was cold and motionless yet of How Beautiful in the Pale and Ashy lips on which the part ing word seemed still to tremble Low were chiselled Liko but and wore Tho stamp of in orgy my strength the Radiant Eves were in death in which onco Shono ambition s fires and gleamed youth s Bright and joyous Hopes in Days agony and yet they see ipod As closed in Totillo Sloop and mid his Rich and skis on no hair which Lay As if in life s warm glow upon Tho pall so soft and fair it wus Tho Low wind moved stir Iii a Tho curls and wildly lowing locks As when in health they and Boon freely Flung to woo breath. A thing of too Beautiful he Sec ipod to die yet he was passing to his lust Long Home Hoyoung and widowed Mother s Only stay she now left alone to meet thu word s cold frowns and cheerless life. Lie Hind the Bier with form bowed Down and blooding heart she came and us she upon her Noble boy struck Down Tho hush of youth s Brig it Dre uns saw the on which it Hor wout to lean All still and Pau id now in looked in vain into those Dull ginned orbs i or thu fond glance Shioli i Cru was used to bursting and he buried him in a Valley in the land of Moab Overa Gunst bet poor but no Man Krowoth of his a Pulcher Auto this , g. No Man know eth of his when the Warrior Dies his comrades with Drums and reversed arms show toll of Battles won and be deeds. Amid the first and most honoured of Tho land pools and statesmen they Laid him to rest Monu i buts of Bronco and Marble speak to a world of departed rave and i had returned Home almost Ness. J3ut Moses tic Mun of god the of my Little charge. Then i world of love Thor o. How 1 despairing did i look calmly into the face saw a Little Jrew to love her Moro and How jealous i became of another s Caress. For three Short years Elro remained with me growing daily fairer and Durer. She had Learned to Lisp my came and in a childish Way to return my love when disease seized upon tha Little Frame. Of How fervently did i then try to Pray that the Little life might to spared to me. But it was otherwise ordered and after Many Many Days and nights of anxious watching of Hope and fear the Blue eyes closed the Little hands were peacefully Eilio was dead the bitterness and hopelessness of the tears that i shod Over that Little coffin Only these May know who have seen their Only earthly love perish As 1 did. It wus Many weary weeks and months Ere Learned to think of her other than As 1 last saw her so Pale and motionless and but now i he sweetest vision that i have is Olden haired child of a White Robo Nogol who sometimes visits my in the night time Aud whom i As Sis Ter of Iii a. Gen. W. Illy i i . it vice vat Ujj lib Tor. A Lui u Urc j special passenger Jiuu Ofiu Luxor of 1 and All Points East null South. To Xaiv i Milij Oci Ikosia Luiey and hi-1 n we. A at a. Ii. A i u. Chicago ? Orth Western railway a Lilly Lyrll .3 to a Tiol Willi Niin in Krliu ship ii a Tzuyun i o Justice of Tho peace to in foil Sun. I a x i i k n i i n kit tin Jiuu . A sri i 1" 11.1 a n Iii. Kansas Nebraska Bill in ten Lii was a Zombor of the Doin Crotis that net he regarded As a proof that the party with which to and Boon connected no k Tipper deserved Tho Nain oof democratic and treacherous to Tho principles to Lind in Long cd perished. he gave support to the Republican party of which he Over since Eltiti used i distinguished Hudor. Or. Lamlin is a of to Cinco of solid of unflinching integrity and great Elcon tic familiar with legislation to is peculiarly adopt cd by Tho Possession of All these Xijiu Lilios to fill Benol scially for thu country and to his own and his party s Honor the High Post for which he has been a Nice. The name of , Hamm of Maine is a it second to thai of Lincoln of Illinois. Jin. Ski Yard at or. Ray mond of Trio Yolk times gives an into testing sketch of a visit to senator so Ward at his Homo in Auburn since the c i Cage convention. Or. Soward he says regards his Public career the of present term in Iho Senate Ifo will not be a candidate fur Tho i n is do icy in Isu to and expressed a Strong Deu not to Lui on Ihu Sii go after Agio bad dimmed his fact Ilii a. Or. Guymond says Ilii Home a country Ina Sion in to midst of spacious Well shaded and carefully adorned the Bor Ders of Ono of Thiol Voli just villages in Western York. 5y All lenses of is inhabitants he is regarded Puli feelings that that ascend the Ordinary limits of men Lii midship. Ilo is honoured and beloved by everybody and just now when lie is supposed to Htiu sustained Che Soavi est Lila can fall tip i boat of a Public Tho withholding of honors y earned and justly awarded by the hearts of the Luiu ious i Lias ing can be More touching than the con sympathy and love which moot him at every Slop. But snid to was wanting to make my retire mint Tho Hiripi ii St event of a Long and sue Rucj soul Public May dismiss All the Saccu Lilii is in which Tho Public Ini Inin Junr iinds Aru just now indulging to the place to will hold in to fut train a baud of Iho weeping same and touched Tho Bier. The lowly outcast Nan inc Blu cye looked sadly on Tho from out ills heart till that pure Humble Pilgrin met and one among them i was he. His mild group and ii brought from Hor Whoso Hope was g Noath silent pall. Heaven to Ward r a Chain oi1 Everett is Iho most elegant rhetorician in America allegory taken from one of agricultural speeches. Is it not hero his Gem throw a Grain of California Gold in the ground and there it will lie unchanged to Iho end of time. The clods on which it Falls Are not More cold and lifeless. Drop a Grain of our blessed Gold into Uto ground ail to a mystery. In a few Days it softens it shoots is a living. It is yellow itself but it sends up in Emerald through the expands to n vigorous in the itself Moro glorious than Solomon in Broad in tutoring Leafy Robes Whoso sound As the West wind whispers through them Falls As pleasantly on the Husbandman s oar As the Rustle of his sweetheart s buried in Armutat still towers aloft., spins verdant Tho sad prices Siou stopped and bore Tho stood still. Jesus 11 monent upon that Noble form As in to Tho frantic Mother had Trown Baek the pall from Oil Hor stricken moment looked on Hor who weeping Hung upon the then touched the stuff ipod hand and calmly said at that lit o giving word Tho Hue of health began to Elijal upon the dead and Liko the first faint flush of Dawn the warm to the t Hoik and brow and Light began to beam from out the eyes the lips just parted caught n sunny smile , Liko leaping wave his bosom heaved to Neal the of death which Lay upon his quickened form. The piercing cry if burst from Tho mourners and on Tho breast she full and of tub is supposed to Havo Santl or was slain with the sword at the City Thio a. Sheens of vegetable Gluss displays fancy surcharged with Fortis mixing dust and Ai Hist ripens Inlo two or Ihrer magnificent Batons like this Ati our of Corn each of which is studded with hundreds of grains of Gold every possessing the Simo wonderful properties of the Parent Grain every Ono instinct with the Samo productive Powers. a la Iiga Kaiim am one of those banners who Beli ovo in a Rood Large farming for a living i should want from one Hundred to two Hundred acres of land. Jilt i am not one of those that think that t make More Money bravest Warrior Tho most truthful Sage tin inspired poet and the greatest philosopher that Etc Reich knew sloops in a a Mcless spot. Lii my on of Joi in in a Moses Whoso life from his very birth was one of hardship struggle Aud toil who religiously refused to become the heir of Royalty who meekly declined the Honor which god designed should be be stowed on the Savior of Chil Dron who under god safely delivered them from their cruel bondage and the tyrant s Power who patiently listened to Iho complaints and bore Tho reproaches of the child of Israel but who finally provoked to anger at the Rock of Meribah incurred the displeasure of the lord and forfeited his Entrance into the promised land whose Fertile and pleasant res had been Tho goal of his Hopes for Mere than forty Friend of god was permitted Only to View the Laud Aud then to called to rest in his unknown grave. Christian Friend and Mouner do you Grieve that your husband your child or your Friend in an unknown do you weep because you cannot Plant myrtles Ami slow Flowers above Tho unmarked grave and sigh that no Marble Speaks of the Worth and guides to he res Ting place of the departed a Lemeut Bor that he who favored As other a. Been talked to cd face to the same time the greatest and Meek est Man has for thousands of years Hin whore Man know eth not Hij Frum a Little farm Beli Java that i can Worth Ivo thousand mat a great one. I pay for a finn really dollars if i had to Malci the Money from the farm quicker than i would from a thousand vol her a Man wants same Cost than farm. Muru was Ali rough Llic streets of Alexandria in is crypt till to expired. Was hanged on an Olivo Trio in Greece. Lohn put into a a in uni of nil at Koine und escaped to after wards died a Naiu Rul death at Ephesus in in , and about As tools to carry on a Small farm As a Large one. If of it will not pay to help to farm then you had bolter not farm for yourself but e new l Minn. . It i Kir we shall is. O e. I r is Tecl urls i of Matthi headed. Tims .11.1 i v 1 i. I. in i . V a k ill i i ii a re you an angered p s Idle Nind useless Lonc Norih the of his labors will be his Homo and which surrounds it. it tocts of i Civ. Tion of Ihu a avos of common Chino Miro will of nil of insect an. Ii Othi in Coli tributes so much to the health j rep actin n 113 a number of Camoia Ilu him that plants dispersed through it. In grown Lousy or hot House out it in a Green to Iwers will answer a bin Guiar fact that if a Plant is Droop James Tho great was be loaded at Jem James Tho loss was thrown from a pin Aclo or of the and Tun of death with a Fuller s club. 1 Phillip was handed up a pillar at Ilic Ropokis a Edify of Phr Ajjia. Jarl Holomon a was Layup u Ivo by the Sci Inland of a barbarous i Iii. Andrew was bound to a Cross Phonco to preached to Tho Puoplo till to expired. Thous was run through Tho body with Lance at Coron Mondol in the Liast indies. Jude was hot to de Atli Wilb arrows. Simon was Cru cilium in Persia. S was lira stood Ana then to 35. Inq Niro a Salt for cattle. I would to for a number of years i have sum i no red from 100 to 300 head of cattle a general business new meat Mab St i you will Finui Chi by variety of meat. Sell Exchange Caius of tin l Nio Saul and Continental drafts la thu alien n lion Jii ii in in tie in i Ifni sum mum in wiil full Trio of nil ii i u r j a i in thu it. Ami Ell us to c in Iii in . In Market a . Rate iva.-uiialili.1 Park i. 1 passage on tickets n. I at or Roll i Groat Britain i Utt kit and i la of of for v. A s. I. 11.-.ill , ii in a Iarj in Wirt j. G. A. Should Ever be with i Salt them twice a w co Slioch Ever lib or dried Stato Citron cat and have never a an Ono ire out. Tho arg rent failure of those who go farms often is that Hoy do not help Worl v enough. They do not put a Man who has ten acres plants 01.3 Are Man with Hundred tuers should Plant ton acres by the Rule. A believe your doctrine is or. Editor thit. A Man not. Cultivate any More Laud than to can manure Well but f do not in that doctrine. 1 believe if a Man buys n farm us it is called the . Was to tour up a Good lot of it and get something to put on at. First his crops May to Light but they increase it he Coli i Raj a to cultivate i that was and put the products Back on Iho land that is if he spends Tho pro medical use of Many Case of disordered stomach a Tea spoonful Salt is a common cure. In the violent internal aching termed Culic add a Tea spoonful Salt to a pint of cold drink it and go to Bod it is one of the Spe Odest remedies known. The same will revive Ono who scorns almost dead from a heavy fall. In an apoplectic fit no Lime should be lost in pouring Down Salt and water if sufficient sensibility remain to allow the Swal lowing if not the head must be sponged with cold water instil Tho senses return when the Salt will immediately restore the patient from the lethargy. La a fit Tho foot should be placed in warm water with Mustard aided and the logs briskly rubbed All bandages removed from the neck a Cool apartment pro cured if possible. In Many cases of severe blooding at the lungs and when Otlmor remedies failed or. Flush found two spoonful of Salt completely stayed the . In Case of n bile from a mud cog Wash Trio bite with Strong brine for on hour then bind on Salt with a rag. In tooth-acin.1, Salt and Warin water hold to the part and renewed two or of times will relieve in most eases i the Gums be Alicc cd Wash Tho Mou Hivish brine if the Teeth to tart ared Wash them twice a Day with Salt water in swelled Nock Wash Tho part in Brino twice a Day until mired. Follow ing is a summary of the Laws and constitutional in the election of a pros id stand vice president 1. Kkt action held on the first tuesday after Tho first monday in nov Oulu r. 2. 131uetnr.-5 on Iho in december and cast their votes. They then Izreo a Masson fit with one copy to Tho president of Tho Senate at Washington worn the u Edna Day in by Miil to the same Tho deliver to the United states District judge where the Jik Clors moot. 3. Each state provides by a Law for fill ing any vacancy in Iho Board of Al Coors bather Sharp. Why is it my son that when Lotf drop your bread and butter it is the butter Don t know it had t Ougler did it. The Siro Gost Side ought to by up had t if ran and thin to the strongest Buiter i Ever in self some of your churning.7 did Sho Clurn it the what your no. This Yere Batter. To poor old when it it trocar Enos Gli to churn be still Ziti it ouly wants working Well Narm if t s vow when-1 did i d put in lots of you Good for nothing ale f or cat Deal Vorse in thu most new York boarding Woll people of rank ought to eat Why people of cause it s tank you Varmint you what Joa talk so butter has taken the skin Mouth lie i can t throw Tho butter. It Don t ill you what i d do with it. Keep it to draw blisters. You ought to see the flies keel Over and die As soon As Thoy touch Xibi Don t exaggerate but u Twenty Tivo cents go Ulm buy some a ten Der with a Lafit late reverend Clergyman As Well known for his eccentricities As he talents Ono Day sent his son a Lazy lad jut twelve years of ago to catch his Sporse. Tho boy was sauntering Alonjo Vilh an ear of Corn in one hand and the a bridle in the reins along on the ground. Called the father in a solemn tone of voice come Oliver i to Saj n word to you before you the lad returned nud the reverend son said you know Oliver i have Given Joof i Groat Deal of Good counsel. You know have taught you Batore closing your eyes to say. Xuwu i Mouth no besides a i Judd Manv other things m Iho Way of exhortation and Iii View. Ii try this is the last Opportunity 1 my Ever have of speaking to you. L could t let it pass without giving you my spirling and use. 13o a Good boy and Alwana say that pretty prayer before going a Leep. I fear 1 Hall never see you in a very and a leu in manner the poor began 10 be Fri Jet Encl add burst into toads nil the Fol lowing exclamation you la never see to no for i Hhall probably
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