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Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - October 4, 1854, Mineral Point, Wisconsin MINERAL INT TRIBUNE BY G V BUSS MINERAL POINT OCTOBER 4 1854 VOL 47 waning for any tim lew 50 I 00 It 100 10 60 ft of eaa urth of a relume half a n 1 a column half a year oo ItOO 1800 ia oo IS 00 I WOO ordered la nt the of time wtW be until out charted jnr IMM he know truth tnj iti might in l Vnt He Itt boul art W r and tlr hat the truth it nut to him mortal truth and V Iw I in to br Mr lie md bin uf all Vul nn roau this not to A it MUM m V wilt tut n tiw awl tin hirk tMl IV like thr lint bidi no t tut main IV MI Ilif lini IN HI lii how jm it all 1 rjck Truth to mil to finin A WIR I i i HOT my ii u I In I hat ktml duty I a OUT i BY OCO CHAN NINO RILL joung and reputably wealthy Mr Mowbray waa Handing on oot of the elegant mansion of Mr Tba lima waa evening and tho month waa November The wat cold and very ing and tbo from the handla of the loot ball through the kid glove to which bit hand waa A into the room chanced at tbat moment tu be Ing Green bet daughter Mary and Emeline May Tbe matron remind him with a grace tbat waa strangely win for ber aga aud apparent dignity of manner aad with an of manner that the could have BOB of her her daughter rote up to receive bin with a nf tbk Iwen into b of Only appeared for She Bp with a timid aud air at Mr Mowbray entered the room and quickly dropped bar blue eyet again upon lar work Mr Mowbray glanced with a look of inquiry at tbe young girl and he glance waa not unnoticed by Mra for it eoold not have been many for ml Mra Grata baa taken advantage of my and b evan now plotting tec I tho ot my daughter What in a wai therefore to be What could be done 1 Mrt tal perfectly fur a brief with looked Aril at Mr then at aud than at Wary Ket eyet mot the meaning look of iho latter and her lip inetaotlj and quivered with and rage Blia rated her temper however aa well M aha during tbe itay of the young man but determined he should enjoy BO moment alone with the And did the engage to pre- vent Uta feasibility of ao again Mr Mowbray tat between tho two joung ladiet patting a word now with one and than with the other Yet it waa no vary family of Mrt Green that her to believe in a faw mania tbat tba man wai more ed with Tba availing long to Mra Green and aba waa inwardly re- whoa Mr Mowbray took leave Aad toon aa thit happened the to Yon had better retire BOW I think I shall want you to earlier than in Ibe morning The girl obeyed the hint and her aunt and cousin good night left the The room Mother and daughter were alone before ahe made tome her from ibo room All the time that the visitor had been in the room the had nn ion to him at the Mri Green She really a looking exclaimed young gentleman when the had fathered up her work and out him Some added be inquiringly ibe it a of teo ond to Mri Green and we ber to be here merely out of charily She ideas you know Ah I Mr Mowbray cing hurriedly at to tbe effect of thia very cold remark upon ber Ha waa an a morning walk ant being at- by the right of tba at tba top of tba be them a good morning He politely tba carriage and to a few worda with lior Wat ever anything more 1 exclaimed Mary I certainly tint of Uia really Mra While Mr Mowbray atood talking with ha inquired of her IB what di- rection aha waa going and what would be tba of bar viatt J He teemed greatly Erne did not him of haf evening before and in her but aba him it the only Nothing with tbt of 1864 hat given greater ure than tao appropriation of f 3 OOP for the erection of a monument to way could and that wai tlftt aut did mly to not know tint the wat A new teemed K tu I t wilt Mflll flit in will not auy and awl matt III a urift A mi Wr ri known la to Hir OH wn mitul her ir of Win nini he And her C C t u uwd to W by when amid the ull of aaw of KI D a row for tlw ot to a Hi lit at v to art a tool fix men tint 1 for a in pmd up aa Greatly to bia he taw that aha received thil discomfit urn of at the handi of hor mother witb tbe most tatitfaelion She ia certainly added he to leo the effect of remark more than from any tingle deaire to the pour flirt I with you had introduced me Mri Indeed I have done sn Mr replied wilh a had I thought her worthy of your Hut the U only a you tec and to pour anil dependent ton In fiot I do not know what would do were it not fur our charity She baa no j home in tbe wide world to go In 11 certainly much fur your he that you have voluntarily befriended a poor girl in her situation 1 must be allowed to say Madam that I hold you higher iu my since you have told me tbU for that Mr Mowbray I do no tlian what I have a duty yet I never could t carry my tar as lo spoil her I never think of her wilh ry's visitors would swn if I did that Mr Mowbray tat loul in his for a What those were Mrt Urten had no method uf Yet ahe was not by any meant cient iu that quickness that the female mind generally which it to by tuition it wero upon almost quick is upon She did not mean therefore lo have him remain long lott in any thoughts of but instantly changed the Joct and ran on with her conversation aa gaily aa if every heart beneath bar high roof waa aa happy at her own and if tha was happy as ahe seemed For titae ahe succeeded in ently diverting the attention of the young man each moment artfully directing it toward her own daughter and ting tbat the should even to the extent of When la king advantage of a moment they were engaged in conversation together the glided out of the room thought no could have been more eue in tame time ware concealed TUe balatico of tins evening was panted by the young gentleman very pleasantly Mary nowise behind hand in the practice of those she tad learned so thoroughly from her matU er Mr Mowbray to convince own heart thai he wonderfully fled with yel ever and anon a f thota blue flatbed hit menial vision and bo to j that he at leant In thit frame of mind he finally took hn de- I parture He law no more of Mw during the evening soft light of an lamp fell on their facet and revealed with very in- created the depth and strength uf tbo that wore jutt ready for a violent eruption Now began where do yon tlm hut over made the of Mr Where aod when could it Heaven only knowa replied tba mother her with the that wat over her heart ISho it a poor creature uf at the aud yet aha bat think of dared to oome and exhibit to whom I invite to my And in what of making to much of poor How do I know where the found tbo opportunity to become cd witb Mr Mowbray 7 How oun I bo tbat aha may not have made respecting yon and me such aa may disgrace ut forever in the eyet of thia young gentleman She appeared o feel not at all con- cerned about it the ter Not in the in the smallett She know very well that 1 totally ignorant of any tuelt orate the mind of tha young Bite Bid ding her adieu and in a tow inj bar of tha deap ft would afford him to ber in ber new abode he turned again Mia Green aod bar daughter Tho former urgently invited him to en tar the but her invitation be re- ytt civilly declined He ed hat politely to them and walked on But bit brain was fuller of thought than it wat only five There teemed to liim to be some mystery about this tudden depart nn of thu poor acam stress into the He suddenly culled to mind too the peculiarly trilling to tay in which her aunt had ta him call ing her a poor dependent relation and that the wan only a seamstress And he recalled to mind un- seemly hatto with which the bad dismissed her from the room on tbe evening when on her part yet the betrayed not thu least modesty about exhibiting it to us The deceitful jade I that in wiat of my charity Sure enough mother chimed in the daughter Hut I will no more nf this I will see that it is stopped just where il lie taw her There wat a May thai wai beauty at wai tu bout Km win just a heart at that of young Mr Mow bray Though be wai of a decided and waa governed very much by the and duration of hit impulses yet hit heart wat by nature all and it waa this very freedom from nl guile thit perfect like on tbo part uf that found tym in the heart of the worthy younj man No monument of sculptured enduring granite J to ite bit fame Thai it and cm never wither the infernal fresh of iti emerald Ho no iph to rerord hit gallant acts or graved il wilh tword the hark a ry rf of tbat champion who dared lo In I where any dared to Every child in the Stale fall Itt lillle heart wilh ment at lie read tin tita of with the wild uf the for eat ii yearn in the uld the services of The war full of of daring vil of Smith iu favor of the and romantic interest and during thr resolution ia una of the mott beautiful revolutionary the hour thai hat ever been paid tu the wit illumined by iho light of hit heroic memory of that great man and it worthy of a of tbe Governor un- der the Charter It ui back the foretime of Republic ia pleasant to vary the dull af by tbe duction of a that above tbe party petty uf tbe and ut bank to tba igo of tha Republic There no in the Union and t know not any in the tha American in of iti ry if 1 were a I co ild find m re of to be proud and thai I could witb to blot It a matter of lation that her annalt are a ion lo be en to the world by one nf her mott talented whote t ml it full of her foretime and who baa ted yean of toil to uf love Motl il ia tbat ever tail first planted the three vines in tiie wilderness every for liberty or or her sacred hat waved in tri- umph iu front of the battle or been drenched witb the blood of From the storming of tha fort to tbe capture of no desperate foe has lived that ever stayed for tho onset of Connecticut valor Three had the gallant little while yet in Uio cradle dared to the wrath aad brave the of tha mighty luon arch of and at often the dagger of tyranny broken the hremt of ber undaunted resolution Unlike her uo wore ever tuld within her Shu throw them back with into the of king aud lament Our State want into tbe lion under advantages Her il of each ono i telf a well trained citizen ed tu usu of patriot thundering from no royal governor to eject tbr and other great W and the af Kagland lie received bal re- he weat All thia took in or he at lot laid The world by the I In Mray what reader vill atk i IV r d i nut but ite be- lie in he removed tu had bien While havn Wan by lit uf brilliant lit Io glart a lit ing in Journal a few yrart ago pare a lengthy uf bit career a great iu many uf lie hi of I brief v uu ii itim To judge from the clori ketch and armour of hie j thus bringing him publio nes We erect be monumental pillar lo i in prim in relation to the world that not him ul to memory of tha hero patriot then who defended the Stale by and covered it witb bit glory At the tare of a of may j well fed Ibit sentiment a have uttered at the tomb of bane ott re 1 hive no fear of the uf n in The aye that ahall greet will like Ibe shout uf the hern tha Hill will runic back not only from Iho brave men and fair who now tread the time him red of the Stale hut the united of the great and haie left this dwelling the up pur will frimi land re- turn upon ut one elu tie at mother and daughter to detract all lier to had to tbo titling room again it ibe wai with tba mott fearful foreboding that the farmer contemplated very seen occurrence have more unfortunate for tbo of hor pit in- await It was several after this occurrence tint Mrs Green Mr with an air of much were ting In the parlor of the and how it was ho first made the acquaint unco of Kinelino for the I was really astonished it what I saw I font girl nut of the roam the ft rut time you her hero that you might not think I tu intrude creatures in your presence I you Mrs replied the young that you need not have ut that pains on my account for I am frank to that I was very pleased with her appearance And I do really think madam lie that you have reason to feel of such a j will you mother 1 I am sure tl and perplexes uio enough What will I do did you Yot There are many things 1 should like lo tin and nt tnu I never soc her I The lady looked very Wank fur a said the daughter yet not go in Hit Then you Mra j publication to Mr Mowbray of her Ureen witb more than the visual foree of i dices the poor accent I will inform you in a few words Mrs Why how cat you prevent said ho where and bow it was ry with your niece I will tend her off to morrow I had teen mid her at your house u rock of bmm A April 1775 before the revolution could bo generally an fact u number uf patriotic lenn uf Connecticut at ford perceiving the immense that would lo liio cause of liberty from thu capture and possession of the ihn mmM DM HMr bl l o Ami tl L- r i ft kit r hiv M Il CHAT WITH TUE It is not often a nun looses anything hy I know a mailer ol sort saved my life and perhaps lives uf many at the lime How wan we of mod ct we had an Irishman nn this mat watching tunnel It war warm er so he lined into tha t in keep rather think lie tu take a tle whet he wai any way bo laid down on the track out- day to listen anil If by the ex Hid of in driving ing ricti drinking or idling away life Tu etit a figure in on or at a itie nulo aim many Mirel born for better Tu a a Iwu fully trotter or a nf for to lie the uf and formed nut i of the men in man nr to our doing what duty even in what the who law and other to and to hit follow a limes moff than the wealthy idler the ur ml ur even is in uf wind than who ruining her band than the votary of inn than the lift In a word uot wealth ity II in what in I what northern I hut con Lako to bo Crown j r l7 fur the cars lie fell prudently gut head cut i press train Well there was the uf merely -n In thai men There was the devil's own in that we took the fellow and got fist wo do could fur you it is uo wilh a ami j family you arc to them by a a Somehow I of the The daring ry I th pUce u enterprise was committed lo Seth ai ner and Allen bolh natives if the county of It was conducted wilh energy nnd ill alion and the hold undertaking wus most eminently successful oru two hundred were raptured the that were afterwards iho to Huston Lord Howe front tho city hues during the whole of war alone and executed thin tant and her In the meanwhile iho lirM blood wus sheil at Lexington and its re port stirred up her already excited ple OH with thu of mi full i course 1 if exactly the tu uje mine liny and then In another row ill the family 1 my wife it rent tin family lillle The widow of the dead a and M I fail I would sometimes up old woman I The who hat wealth d tires he may creep the lew the of au may dinni rs drive a a and lo Ml with all within ml fr nn the of Wk the by which Ito a num him do what mil ran A wide as Inlwren liim fmm I In on her to at M f the m I it it ion to lull onu i and In- her to jr lo shu I id but litlle nim of ev Mrs Where can you tend her pray t I am ture I be glad enough to have her go for ahe it entirely in my ami under my note I have a gentleman one evening when 1 had called 1 waa even than very deeply in her appearance and should been glad of au introduction from you You gave me none oome to call on me but mmt put You know Mr interrupted and to attract tiU j the lady in onu of her most artful tones attention I declare mother I am unite that I did not know whether elie might tired of it Bui I you my daughter that you no more from ber anoe and the thall be tent off to-morrow morning I can make a pre- text that will ber and every one else loo While tho mother and child were en- gaged in tli is the of it was on her by her ing Heaven to tend moro pity to the hearlt of her toward poor loss orphan Sho rute from her kneen the tears courting down her cheeks Well had able to tee the son of her displeasure and the motive that had prompted her to dismiss her from tho room to beJ Ono more completely and in matter at in every other it to find She scorched her heart every where to dis cover any wrong or unjust motive She looked carefully to find wherein die might it wai a week after when Mr Mowbray determined to another evening at the of Mri Green Mr Gruen wai a merchant and il wai very rarely that the young man him in hit own He not protracted bit from home till late in the evening On evening ia bray door ef oM aad lo ntn evil wont he Mita Mary and Mita mother looked all of bar urn were How he with What way thould ale take to gat ed with Whan and wharf wai all done were tbat flatbed bar mind aba could have erred But her search was altogether unsatisfactory to her So truly pure wat the in every intent might easily the even be better if cause left hU plough in thu furro he agreeable to you or not and nf course I was altogether unwilling to suffor her to be intruded upon you I can fully appreciate your motives replied lie that I was pleased with ber and wit not loth tu myself of the first opportunity that offered itself to acquainted with her I happened tn moot her one afternoon at a in street What was nhe doing there pray 7 gerly interrupted thu of her scanty meant madam to relievo the distresses of a poor answered the young mint must t bur beautiful countenance in- stantly and with no further ceremony myself ta her 1 have a of hunting out suffi and the deserving poor in our and of relieving them far as T can judiciously Some people haps nmy call it eccentricity 1 cull it I have ample meant 1 T the of poured after their hero battle of Bunker Hill soon followed and the sevun with a blaie of No modern in or this ble conflict A tew hundred provincial farmers in tba ordinary column of their calling without or oc a smull breast wink erected by thu uf thu previous night On tho of the breatt work nnd mi tho open ground stretching its point to thu waterside the won of muter Clark of anon Chester uf Cult of London and The The and lion heart of U watching and the whole Uu ranio the dower of the Kng lish army tu the attack slowly nnd steadily in all tho pomp and pride of j i 1 inn mini I did HOt Id anything it in world I ed they had me in ic that it loany there Th at wai in ring the One the next winter it was wero with were running to make time when on a curve the a wa- ving on the track and ne mum heard some cine ahead shouting I nut on tbo platform The engineer the engine and slacked up We and went ahead in dirk tu see i thn matter There it A lund slide linl fallen thr track near the of that nld Iriah had built up a lira and fur the train for the curves that we might have been upon the we ten it So when wo run up therf lUe old lady with her calico Hie chunks of Ore like revolving and the little Irish carry inj brush like ao many little had all night in cold for in mother moment we should run in pile uf dirt and ti dig is hotel I got a for I on would have become nf the and you can as well I war cheered by bursts of martial sic and the rolling thunder of the cannon All quiet and still in the uf dom's little phalanx save tho clarion voice of Putnam ringing in their d wo fire jou see the of j i up eighty b gar her reached them They IO the without a at they are met by a sheet of tire and full and I intend not to throw them away j This interview wit drawn to a the in every intent one I after this free and full disclosure on tbe part af young man better of fault in When ibe in the morning her wai at the door who directed her to proceed to pack bar trunk immediately for ahe bad arranged to ber pass a little titae in the thit wat liarly trying newt to Emoline yet the bore up under it with heroic fortitude Suffering no of to her KM if aha area allowed a single to antar her beart the to abey the of ber aad had all things com over aba wai descending the to eater tba carriage that wat wailing at the door to her the whan Mr Mowbray hit at oot of the Many hail gone by Spring had returned and groat sprang up where on the and tides A neat billet-doux Mrs Green by the hands of the footman of a carriage that waited at tbe bottom of the Hreen took it broke the and read with perturbation Mowbray it at home to see ber OB evening WM Mitt E They ware married I Mrt Green at wai enraged bat time her ment and her folly and Mr Mowbray avowed that bar Brit interested him in tha character of Mita May Mra Often will To over our it of tha before the of at leavet of are Mattered liy tbe of autumn I A and third attack are attempted wilh when a failure of ammunition tbe to retire Their re- feree on tbe left with nnd clubbed and the courage uf their covert retiring column like tbe teven fold of Ajax the shanty rent free tlm and engineers bought cow nud she out very well But when I handed the money to her that night and I m and may fry hue and all a kind tie never i paused Dr ao the uld it cannot a out of a tai arc it ll r that ire I he uld bo If they will they ran er make But yoang their In u and truly it by uld lady wilh H and ibe a ure of an any liv heart In Tho nf and of old kirp and Ing lo what do lhn How ninny faults What a ii when thr rmi hy urchin's head uu many 1 a to hia waa prompt half I've a grand mil her lilt at ber feet and learn nf no cannot of tant or ihv nf which all She hat and I laid ber bun there r and froie kind aud and before harm Ming Met of ingratitude rill loll joti all 11 at her feet have come to biro if I could have helped it Oil 1 Mr pre- doubtful whether tbe would oome to an battle wilh the king and their ground When our hero after tbe fight J aad tbe waa given n safe or THE wit born in Leidi Kuglind about half a century or ago and all we know of bit Tlie 1 tng like her ia a to a a half tni lei per hour Il wae laughed at r L i L by but by the Gray taw in hit work that be augmented inlo grt thought L a and it of the in tba ef Mia and will and their It ta worth far ii I lie i became like thit of A iba LIB of tbat not ia to il a detailed way He D the nary and wrote Irw LIB i i ought
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