Dismas Lutzenberger Love story The Daily Milwaukee News (Milw.,WI) 15 Oct 1874, Thursday, page 4

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Dismas Lutzenberger Love story
The Daily Milwaukee News (Milw.,WI) 15 Oct 1874, Thursday, page 4 - : f REAL LIFE. i Wt * U I Th* ToncMnff Tale Of...
: f REAL LIFE. i Wt * U I Th* ToncMnff Tale Of FOOT Old i ™ ioaca ?8 A r C " leame ROMANCE W Lutienberger. How H« Ix»t Hi» WIA, HU Cbil- dren. and Hl» Bolf Potttnion. ' ••<k Tbtac* , | ' j i j \ \ , routine of the >f the police court i> occaaionally varied with a bit of and glisten* amucig its cold and unsympaUietit curroondlng* like a dlKBoad in the ashes of a pate or a brave, good dscd in tb* munotonoua self- Isaacs of human nature. i that be had failed to utd csro for her. The t ~«of ~«of the five children was a~*i to the mother. and Lutzenberger In one day found himself homeless wifeless and childles*. It does ' not seem that the unfortunate man was I «uch a bad fellow, after all, b.it rather that he was one of those careless, happy- morc from shiftlcssDess than anything else. Ins few months Mrs. Lutzenberger roamed agalni this time, a gentleman bearing the euphonious and artistic name o' John i Tortoranski. who took her, and her five littlo ones, for better or for worse. Notwithstanding all this, the discarded with all the ardor that characterized the halcyon days of the early honeymo<jp. His children, too, were objects of i lii» tcndcrest aflVction, awl as he, ! could not visit them openly, he lost no opportunity of seeing them »c- crvtly and by stealth. Tuesday, taking i advantage of the absence of his ftld wife and her new husband, he called at the house, anJ, re the city the child returned to her mother .1111! tlir father to his lonely lodgings. Now. the new husband by no means rvli.»h«l this stole »f affair*, and ynstcr- .lay procured the arrest of Lutzaibcrger i«- :i vagrant, nnd the trial of the latter before tlic Municipal Court dcwlopcd n state of facts as narrated alwvo. Judge Mallory, in commenting upon tin- case, said tli»t legally the defendant certainly had no business about the homo of hi» former wife; and that, while it ap- ix-Arwl ban! to 'deny a father the privilege privilege of oci-asionally seeing his children, tin- Uw must bu maintained. He did not drain- to punish the prisoner for conduct which, while unlawful, was unite natural. natural. and if LnUcnbcrgrr \votild promiw- not to visit Tortorzh»kiV huuse any more, he would set him at liberty. The prisoner burst into tears »t this, and made tlic rrt|uitvd promise. A» he left the cimrt there was an almost universal e\- prcMion of RorrtiW for the heart-broken man, and in not a few eyes tears RiW' rvidcmv of the sympathy the recital of tliii, not uncommon story, had awakcne<U

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