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Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1855, Prescott, Wisconsin YOUNG GIBBS VOL I Education the Essential Elements of Civilization EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS PRESCOTT PIERCE COUNTY WISCONSIN FRIDAY DECEMBER NO is AT CO m X A M TWO DOLL A US in PRESCOTT HOTEL 0 P BARNARD STREET WJS New House and new Furniture taken to and from the boats free of daily fur via cr for in price to weekly Letter From Polk County OSCEOLA Wis 1855 J MESSRS Leaving St Croix County with the of their junction from which the water ia conveyed and poured in upon the same wheel which is ample to run the nery of a saw mill machine from which it is immediately taken up million of sandy hills that adorn its again and carried around the point of a I f Or hi our paper hi to Urn Column oaa onu one On uf ono 25 00 6 TO it LI ri uuu I -1 J OU at HUP dollar for fur each insertion s J JE A ti Office at Drug Store J W M 1 A M Cards FLOURING MILL C B COX on hand the best article of Flour tit Uis and lint quality of Seed for sole also superior kinds of Seed Corn for Kinnickinnic Co Feb 14 11955 y y i o s POWELL on hand more Dry Goods ready ing i any er in North which arc lit northern portion rearing themselves above its no less sandy hollows to bid defiance forever to the encroachments of Agriculture hove in view of timber and had wo been us devotional as hill some fifteen rods which gives thirty feet head to be appropriated to the same use again in the second mill where it ia permitted as a servant to mingle with the St and assist in At Mill enH bo nt nil times the best quality of and superior Of lumber be 11.1 woll bore as oilier mill in Feb 1855 c Cards eel Sambo we would have uttered a iig the lumber it sawed away to prayer at first eight that it might beautiful illustration of prove to be pine Jest there should be whatever is so unfortunate the roots for had we been palled into man sifter all our lifetime Tide the fertile valley of Apple river to where we then would have been sufficient to havo caused ua to change our grindstones As it was we were strongly tempted to re- turn to the valley where at noon we had picked the venison ribs nnd purchase bur host's tavern stand as the be in a very complimentary mood toward the same wonderful the American Nevertheless he as the parent gram every one m- says some things which make us feal j same marvelous prouder than ever of the glorious I powers ots of that day When marching through the he all the regiments together with the artillery were drawn up in line of tie a single one was regularly i tt a man known to Cause and Effect The people of Chicago were startled I on Wednesday evening by the report clothed in regimentals Every one the men wore the clothes wherein he life of liis m the had attempted tha and had his used to go to church into the field The report was true bo the tavern They had however the 13 to b8 and the appearance of true soldiers well 1 by n a de and stroy inflamed by not to Thc Hessians in Our Country Tim B J by V 111 kjl lOli I 1 All muskets were provided turc of the m which decos with bayonets and the sharp glossed over with the had rifles They stood so motionless in excuse of the line that we were really astonished of passion of sensuality re- a gingle one of them permitted ls accounted which the to utter any remark tmy of his true of life are warped and dia- Wigs what is much more until they become hideous to the has made a collection ot j -j Woct which the duty of self-restraint tera written home by the Hessian that it dld of patient labor of attention to minor soldiers who were employed Q nd tjes inflamed British Government m our fi reason and into a de- War The work 13 said to V 1 mnn hv a set of It is really my opinion of opposition ever springing up
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