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Oconto Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 17, 1861, Oconto, Wisconsin THE OCONTO PIONEER IB published every Thursday morning in the e of Oconto by GEORGE C GINTY story of building 50 per annum 1 for six months To village subscribers when by currier BATES OF 12 lines or less one week 11 two weeks 1 00 additional week 18 00 30 00 four one year I quarter of column one year column Business curds per your not exceeding for each additional line Legal advertisements lit the rutcs prescribed AH advertisements must be paid for ia BUSINESS CARDS JOHN J AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Wisconsin l j F LOY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Bny Will in the Courts of Brown and Winnebago 11 J AT LAW W K Oconto Wisconsin AT LAW 8 AND AT LAW Oconto Wisconsin IT Vl N T Y in Oconto A W M D AND Wisconsin on bank between street imp L HALL Will tit to ud to of redeeming taxes lands by 1 Oc Will C us loukin g by etc Bay Wis and of nil Kettles work done to N K T U N 110 Y C is A so of opposite lliu Em- pire bouse supplied with extra J A JOHNSON WU Hopes by attention to Ui merit inul of tho rto in him by thu of Stilus 40 Dit C tenders bis to the of and by promptly to all he hopes to receive n patronage Wisconsin I BAUOX Will strict to of tuxes redemption of for out contracts of of titles kc Oconto Win HALL r Public nnd Lund Will attend to the and sale of real estate payment of tuxes of hinds in ve of 1 K 1 BOOT AMI Grern nearly opposite U rf Hotel for past from thh of Oconto he hopes to u ot 2.2 C HAVING returned from outside has resolved to make the named not only but A First Class House it Known that at the Ho Mr may be found ready willing to bestow upon the traveller thut to AND CONVENIENCE Situated in the immediate vicinity of the portion of the village und the proprietor feels warranted in ask for u liberal share of public Oconto December 1800 26 HOUSE Oconto Co Soutli side of J A 15 E 7 HAWKINS Proprietor Liquors Cigars BY MRS I A Kot Mot among the peaceful dead Not among the prisoners Yet his mother Until her Fades the For these years Round her all is pence and Bright clean the glories cluster All thu Soberly the sleek i Drowses bis patch of Neatly shines the oaken All the work is Through the window comes sunny harvest Fragment songs of- distant reapers And the rustling of the corn And the rich breath of the Where the lie Where the plums are turning All their red cheeks to the sky Sitting there within the in her easy With soft upon her forehead And the silver in hop hair Blind to dead to fragrance On royal morn Thinking while her heart is weeping Of her noble first born How he left her in the springtime With his young heart full With his und footstep With his lithe and Mow with his eyes were brimming As ho kissed a hist Good Yet sho heard him whistling gaily As he the rye i should be be He would fisht until he fell And if killed or Koine onu would be to tell Still a hope to cheer her he mny come With army shouting Witli the clangor of the drum So through nil thn of autumn In mid in the morn She will hoar his quickening footsteps In the rustling of the corn Or she will hush the household heart gnos high Thinking that she hears him whistling la the pathway through the rye Faraway through all the autumn In lonely In dreary desolation That the hns made With the rust upon his musket In the eve and in the morn In thi rank gloom of the fern loaves her first born On At jn id night on my lonely bent When shadow wraps the wood and lea A vision to greet Of one ut home that for me No roses bloom upon her cheek Her form is not a lover's dream But on her so fair nnd meek A host of holier beauties gleam For softly silver hair A patient sinilo Lor face And the mild lustrous light Around her sheds a grace She prays for that's far awny The in his holy fight And begs mny Protect buy and bloss the llight Till though the lie far between This silent of her Steals my soul with breath serene And wo no longer nre apart So guarding thus my lonely bent Uy shadowy wood nnd That vision my view to greet Of her tit prays forme SCALES FAIRBANK'S 173 LAKE STREET CHICAGO only the Genuine EDWIN HART JUSTICE OF THE Will puy strict attention to tuxes for non residents and redeeming executing a collecting debts und do en Section street at having Wisconsin 27 From t lie a Md Sept h i 0 j est hills whose browned which i can be had This was the noted which received ill treatment at the hands of the last April iis will ber I is and advantageous here only been attended with fewer difficulties than was at first officers The inference is not be- however that our duties are very Us climate and of the the blest and prayers in if t i j 1 upon you 1 1 are ib ai an these in the Col Paine j entered the 4th br pfa military Ballooning The use of ballooning in ing at Washington and Fortress Monroe seems not have been continued at Bull Run Had a balloon been sent up from in the morning nnd floating above the center of our army ring the day it is very probable that the fire of the three or four batteries which was wasted on our left in a feint to which the enemy paid no attention would have been directed to points where it would have told on the fate of the day Every body remembers the use which the French Emperor made his balloon in in the Italian campaign The only battle in which a balloon ing over the field was to give mation to the commanding General is that of Fleurus was fought in June 1794 In that battle which cured air Belgium to the republican ar- mies of French under Jourdan we're opposed to allies undei the of The French Were scattered along a fifteen or eighteen miles in length both resting Of the ten divisions of engaged six were ready the imperialists were sliding their rear troops from the center to to the retreat This movement was perceived by the who reported it by signals to him to send force to of the retreating right wing of army to turn of At this time tric of the blow which gained the victory Tho information gained was conveyed by to the earth by balloon sent up twice luring the and continued up four hours time at the feet Ou the ascension op- ened i battery it but it aoon gained an elevation beyond the reach of j Y Tribune You are in this State which ia the topic of Tie Union candidate is IL man en- joying of nil citizens At present the eyes of the contending parties are1 iously of events and the progress of the belligerent forces in hoping side come out and way the scales may turn tnat will be the triumphant party There are very many citizens of this State profess Union sentiments as a matter of policy and should our side conio forth crs in any important engagement the majority in cur favor will be T ing and vice versa The course Col man who commands the love and respect of and wins tho regard of all with whom he comes in tho utmost and good behavior of the men not on but oft duty has con- much toward engendering and fostering a good feeling classes of An long expected came Friday the inst It the presentation to the of a beau- stand of colors Thu following is a full account of the matter as published in the Friday the jor Gen Dix staff ling Gen yoa and Major Beleer came down to the -House't'iir of ing the Wisconsin aiui to thorn a new and stand of colors About 8 o'clock the regiment was drawn up in fine by Adjutant L rich a very efficient on the ade ground presented a truly tial appearance Tho uniform was and upon its surface down the ranks extended a line of white gloved hands and beautiful con- trust to the dark blue of the coats The firms notwithstanding the drizzling rain were bright ami clean proving the boys can keep even poor kets in and also the truth of that a soldier is known by hei carries When the presentation was about to take division on -each flank of the were wheeled to the right and loft forming three sides of a square This was executed with a degree of perfection as to elicit remarks of praise from Gran Dix and the officers who accompanied him The color guard then marched forward from the line and Gen Dix placing the colors in the hands of Col Pake addressed the regiment in the following patriotic and guage Eighty-four years ago the stars and stripes were the old Federal Congress as the national banner f Under its auspices the founders of the Republic triumphantly through the toils ami perils of that sanguinary i contest which made us free and people During more than three quarters of a century has it floated over us as the standard of the and the Union During that period through which any people have ever passed in- public has at home of No armies been led it to carry on wars of sion It has been the em- blem of social improvement of growth by development and not by ible accession This which of is the same under which your rallied to cut colonial the same which fended which are called upon to uphold that ever a A rebellion a pro lest of oppression or and and public I commit it to your keeping with no misgivings as to tho the with which it against State from which you oome blessed of thU ty of hearts which with your bound if you 1 know 110 In tbe I the assurance that it wilt your j Let every man consider de- fence Lot every man that jr shall surrendered while a in Let will not only bring it out of this contest unstained as it- to but honorable alike Col from the hands of tn those ari trust I believe they that hour cheerfully follow through tho gates of d'eath choosing rather to witness than of its Boys right? Do The regiment with a ing God of that I never none you may ever dishonor of this Then turning to the diers cheers for our country's The soldiers thereupon gave three ty cheors for Gen The soldiers responded with three cheers and titjer The colors were then placed by Colonel Paine in the hands of the color bearers who boro ami the band played the Star angled The Sergeant Our worthy his shadow grow less cd col go am just like going To build until reaches side of the of the reposed u of t three 7 i f Tin ft t while wo rousing day to the day pres To of the 4th who falters in their defence Gods curso hiiri to bravely beneath folds and nobly stands to defence may the God him The entertainment closed with entire bid Maryland more patriotic souls day assembled its walls And its memory will ever remain those -in its festive joys The next day the band having been urgently invited to Briefly Told There was a certain king who like many Eastern was very of hearing stories told To this amusement he gave up all his time but yet he was never satisfied Tie exertions of his courtiers were in vain He at last made a proclamation that if any man should tell him a story would last forever he would make him his heir and give him the princess liis daughter in marriage but if any one should pretend he had a story and should fail that is if the story did come to an end he was to have his head chopped off For a prize as a beautiful princess and a kingdom many candidates ed and dreadfully Ions stories some of them told Some lasted a week some a month some six months Poor they all spun them as possibly could pin all in van or later all came to Sn end and one after another the unlucky lers had their heads chopped off At last came a man who said that ho had a story which would last forever if his majesty would bo pleased to give him a trial He was warned nf his danger told him how many others had tried and lost their heads but he said he was not afraid and So he was brought before the king He was a man of a very ed and deliberate way of speaking and after making all requisite stipulations for time for his eating drinking and ing he thus began his Oh there was once a king who was a great tyrant And desiring to in- his rich eSj he seized upon all the long as they Sooner eht at a rally and corn and grain in his kingdom at Mills of in atl granary which was built on purpose as high as a mountain This he did for several vears till tho the gorgeous em- biem of our thus honored seemingly more beautiful than ever as and as they near was licard they as well as our regulars They ia column lirm and needed but a glance to assure one the c'gracefully floated in the blem of iur country's But in their hands That the words there j wm spoken be and death would reap rt before considerable and took of the hospitalities the j granary was full up to the top of this beautiful little village On our arrival the depot we were escorted up to scene of the festivities Here a splendid pole had been prepared and everything being in readiness it was hoisted to its position amid music und the cheers of the I must speak of the singing of the Star Spangled Banner by thirty-four beautiful ladies most appropriately dressed fur the occasion It was indeed a to be in this part of I am too elaborate a from those banners would be torn by traitorous hunds Could Davis have witnessed tlic conviction would have forced upon that his touch could never tear them into strips to wad a rebel cannon At the conclusion of the review the was back to Camp Bean the way after Col whom the boys our his to Napoleon The officers then adjourned to House where a sumptuous dinner had been provided under the immediate of the able arid efficient A J McCoy to whose tions and capability is ii a great the fine for regiment in service is provided for than Wisconsin 4th General Dix Major Belger Duryea were corted to tho and took their leave much to the disappointment of for t heir presence had been calculated upon was necessary them however to leave presided table at the upper end of tho hall regimental colors I with remarking that H is fast becoming the flower of not only in drill but in the good behavior of its members and also that there is not one of the company in the hospital Let friends in remember that can do to a is to write ufter no matter bow epistle ing a Yours B No is constantly advancing to the improve world He cannot o-o buck to cannot be is made by us no more Onward we must go that comes ter us may profit by and tack our way nearer and nearer to the where the of see step in the sand he comes half washed away by the tide we into the vast ocean and disappeared forever but backward we cannot go pick which once passed with indifference as they lay sparkling Onward we solemn docs it- And loud the to im- prove golden moments as tho blessing tho race and The is of Ilev Dr At- bate arose the in bringing dinner a of de- doctor After ample j afc feet Onward we are moving offered must continue to move How following toast To the colors presented to us of the one who presented He who attempts to them down him Which was Col Pairie course of he the regiment that it alrid the noblest truth he that with an Whim cm earth but sacrifice it them to do what they battle Major in proposed cheers which were vociferously given standing Capt 0 Hi To sent officers of Wisconsin May that grander we believe awaits Lt Cot of proposed by Lieut Dix the floor and took the and his chief nent was -a young minister whose tion for veracity very Ho maintained that often do harm children unjust from knowing facts in tire case said he time ray father telling 1 truth retorted the tor it didn't appropriate for enact of a1 good soldier Gentlemen Paine the field officers we the that no man shall live to tell the of dishonor of Laws aud am pained no sliam I am A WISCONSIN LOBBY TOO MUCH iron A Third Wisconsin looking the erick City It took the secession bers prisoners and made a bonfire of their documents The consin boys famous for bringing a upon tive bodies A young talking remarked am no prophet a- profit to to else He then stepped up doors and windows and closed it up fust on all sides But the bricklayers had by dent left a very small hole near tho top of tlie granary And came a i of locusts to get at the corn i but the hole was so small that only one locust could pass through it at a time So one locust wont in and carried off one grain of corn and then another locust went in and carried off another grain of corn and then another locust went iu and carried grain of corn and then another locust went in and carried off another grain of corn and then an- other locust went in und carried off an- other grain of und then another cust went in and carried off another grain of corn and then another locust I went in and carried off another grain of j corn sud then another locust went in and carried off another grain of corn I He had gone on thus from morning till night except while he was meals for about a month when tho king though a very patient kins began to be rather of the locusts and interrupted his story Weil well we have heard enough of the we will suppose they have helped vcs to all the corn they Tell us what happened after- ward To which the answered very If it majesty it is im- possible to tell you happened before I have told you what first And then he went on again And then another locust went in and carried off another grain of corn and then another locust went in and carried grain of corn and then er locust went in and carried off another grain of corn The king listened with ble patience six months more again interrupted him Oh I am weary of your soon do you think they will have To which the made an- Oh King who can At tho time to which the story has come the locusts have cleared away space be a cubit each way round the inside of the hole and the air is still dark with locusts on all sides But let the king have patience and no doubt we shall come to the end of them ia time Thus encouraged the king listened on for another full year the still going on as before And then an- other locust went in and carried off an- other grain of corn and then another went in and carried off another corn and then another locust went in and carried off another grain of till at last the poor king could bear it longer and cried Oh man that is Take my take my take let me hear 110 more of your abominable And so the was married to the king's daughter aud was declared heir to and nobody ever ex- pressed a wish to beat tho rest of his ry for he said it was impossible to como to the other part of it till he had dono with the locusts The unreasonable the foolish king was thus by tho device of this wise oust grain of fat Fremont them Jessie will and THE Saturday Branch Susquehanna river was visited by the most destructive et since the year most effect was the sweeping away of tha great timber booms at and Lock Haven the escape of in- the aggregate at about i one
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