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Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1860, Prescott, Wisconsin VOLUME 5 PRESCOTT PIERCE COUNTY WISCONSIN SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 NUMBER 51 Store POETRY soon a little glow waa kindled and I the only saucepan set over it a 1 f-M Tves Beard arc now at old aland of A New br in a reconi number o tho X V Independent on a prater boot jia front i Ary canine by of black tie water and the uninviting repast was tie dead Emily back to himself She had t he said half just like yourn prepared You cannot eat ft said the j was brushel aside great brown You make to Alice who had never beheld such bounties before J u I a large assortment of Pry Gooon Groceries Boots nml j which offer ta citizens of s may r c Ci 1 al t tm co M 00 20 00 15 00 5 00 6 00 4 09 1 00 CO 10 oo 6 00 t in to a call we con isder it trouble to them through our siore Oct 4 A hist antl assort Job on hand DYE DRUGS and i i nil other articles kpp i are of Uie anil j will us low in any market in the upper country May Iw 1968 BANKER 3 Wisconsin PRESCOTT I LIVERY j Nash Broad j that arc now with teams j eonie io their j ATTORNEYS j A I to tlD j HORSES CARRIAGES that can satisfy patrons at ail time II Ti ill AT AND tr f to to fn notice fur of by boats EXCURSIONS out iQ of style sr PAUL BERHETT L A Will in Iron Cast and Plow Stoel 11 r LAW through wi i and 1 Cliflins Pittsburgh Coal to J u Co's and fl i M beneath eye with light that from tbe sweet picture of Uie Lord's Xo tbat Christian would tea Therefrom the of And symbol of bis truth a Tho dumb fall His gnze grubbed i To roar no more the exercise devout to pray Where oriel whoso can before Kneel on bis velvet cushions I far onr Would sooner covr n to the sun Or lend a prayer wheel io Thibetan Or a drum on temple floor Xo falser idol man has before In Indian groves nr of the son j Than tuht which through the carved do forth a church without of pride and and The rich man's charm and of ihu The Eternal meted clipped and The of mercy torn denr Christ hidden irom his kindred Aod in poor ones crucified Church reverend head of Jay its no of her prayer And brave roung Tyng tco early called away the Haman of her courts no mnro just Hebrew at Assyrian's Ami her but dead As the dry husk from which the grain And holy hymns from the life devout Of saints and martyrs has nigh gone out dying in air For use in grists are ground And ever tUe mill goes the upper the unheard wretched And urges his vain Oh hvart of forth AH from the of Vision I Church Christ on TLo the golden age lust the mystic Grail I see with from lip to And over all the of angels hear Songs oi the of witU the same ho nnd on shorf Folding together with the all tender Of His love the dark and the white Stands soothing every pain What a luxury to mo even a of that good think of her every and a big j home made bread and butter or one of i tear was aside She has laid those delicious buckwheats child tears in her eyes as her her grave three months come tor put the dish after a slight effort a ose j And yet the ham cut in i to eat You have done very little she said hut T do not fell j much hunger now I think I am past j with and be that So take reat yourself darling j to v I never expected to Bee you reduced to i Qh sir will you take mo V saul baby our little Benny hag j such generous slices the pellucid honey gotten all about her as waa so fond of i fairly overflowing its waxen cells him lie would bis mother's light golden and deep glass of I arms any time to go to her Will spiced apples formed only an ordinary ie a sister j repast in house tho prosperous farmer When supper was over little Benny Jl t EJH HUl VUU i If this but it is all right no doubt And the child her glowing with eager thought it to wake up and sat on SUV vs liia any amount of suffering is better than the excitement frame trembled with the his mother's lap whilo Ann cleared least degree of sinning all guve i and now we seems so dark now I feel strangely hopeful for you I shall soon be in tho the arms of Jesus and oh how I wish I might take yon with me if it God's will but I know He will take caro of you I prayed to him On so aa to be home in time for I have sold out all my Christmas turkeys and tho big wagon is just the corner But you can't n the cold with them clothes away the The baby soon friends with Alice after the firet ness and curiosity about tho stranger hud worn off and even suffered her to rock him a little while in the low The mother knew that Alice was he continued looking at her thin ry and showed her early to a sung little nearly all day for you trust in i garments Taking her by the hand he room adjoining her own where after SOUght a store near hy where he bought nicely tucking in the warm a warm woolen shawl a knitted hood about her with a good night kiss and fleecy lined gloves he bade j left her to her own thoughts And will stand what a confusion of memories rushed then the upon her mind But first and above others was the pale face of that dear him and he will surely raise you up a friend I cannot talk much with you now but another time I will tell you what I wish you to do when I am gone Come and lie down with me precious little sister ami don't gob so sleen her put on you till we Thorp those homa and mother will rig you cut more wildly dear one There go to sleep The child's eyes danced with j dear sister and she wept as if her heart and she gathered the sobbing ns she viewed the treasures would break at the thought of never child to her bosom and soothed her aa a j only say with gla 1 never seeing her again But soon the mother would her frightened suffering too good mood grew calmer and then sho longed babe i Not a laughed the j to have her sister know what kind It was broad daylight when Alice You are niy little girl God had raised up and with the awoke She was very stiff cold i must provide for you j half-formed prayer that somo kind They soon reached the covered would whisper hor aey and lifting the little girl in J happiness into her ear she fell ha seated himself beside her drawing i asleep In dreams sho saw again the the buffalo robe well around her i bare cold attic with its broken and looked about for Jenny She ed to be kneeling by the but when Alice spoke there was no answer The face was colorless as marble and a i sweet smile wreathed the thin white lips Anii so She seemed to risen at night for all the time with happy lit the little cup of water and to have tlc companion who could hardly real On farmer Betts j window and cheerless grate again j WARD or OLD recent Mr Beecher I have no with that unfeeling ana indelicate oU which ia bandied about in the months of rode unfeeling acid persons It is true that a turc cot off from all duties ties tod sinking back into the solitary life of selfish heart becomes most and useless But shall the few cloud tho true nobleness of the How elder sisters it may be with outward comliness nare entered into a brother's or a sitter's family and all its cares as the duty of their life and joining hands with the mothers given to each it were two of love like two wings of God to help it fly up withal from weakness and ig- to and strength How many have cheerfully given up their own whole life built sought no companion hut sang in the tree and near tho younglings of another's nest patient in toil watchful and laborious in sickness frugal amidst poverty rich in nothing but good works and in abounding itv When tho roll is read above and they named thut live in self sacrifice in in in love and in only tri- umph of disinterested mercy they who arc unmarried and childless that they might more heroically serve holds of others and become to children not their own shall sUnd high anil bright This tribute is certainly me who owe so much to such an one box was brought in to bear away j My father's sister whose form she loved so life WMS a noble illustration of and a she lived over the same wild yanda picture of virginity such as you like excellence died as she knelt to breathe a prayer ze the kind Farther who in love gathered Then you LIU in nn her into his glorious fold where cold you shall have bushels of them angel form entered the narrow no r app ea m an and hunger and pain and sorrow are for- winter if you warit Do you like and a face radiant with immortal youth nnnn Shn Ol ta of to feed chickens and turkeys und vigor smiled upon her She felt UU o n 1 T I think I should clearly but I again the soft caresses of loving Minn K AT AUL I Io up a little in thf line I D tn tlie Troni for Out of tiie in furn tiro of all kinds at I Steam and Chai I Cheerless was the attio I Alice entered one dreary December day I Alice entered one dreary December uay j was stt nV j after a iong walk in tha icy jn a shaggy great c -T SSm There was no fire whatever in about his i VOT nnd keen air Whistled tli strangers A pine coffin and a quick rattling i the cart over the stones to the j er any Vive ones except those in the and grew calm and peaceful burial place heeded it except ing on her breast one breaking heart which flung itself j Well I never I guess you don't j The awoke lato but with a light upon the rough box and shrieked as them very often cither do you 7 j How beautiful seemed the sunshine i have had no meat of any kind j struggling throng tho pretty Why did you light before What a beautiful red and have for breakfast T white was spread over her Only the apple you gaye Die sir i She traced the quaint pattern out with Why Alice I never heard tbe like i her childish wonder and What did you have yesterday 1 i Only some potato and turnip standing near j j n the said the child of those were called the bricks of God because they chow hia rather than their own pleasure tore her from it It was all over and little Alice found j herself homeless and friendless in the great bustling city She was almost by grief and almost she wandered to tbe market the river and stopped to warm her which little at a charcoal furnace A Y SICI ANS ns I to II F D S T K A Ti P C II A I K S i o il nt us i InC rait kinds of in a r io suit or no iTn manufacture an ken grate and the keen the half covered roof tion What a of treasures was spread out on the little table across the room a tiny a china vase doll and doll's bureau with many A still more mode of tiger killing is that which ia by the tf Oude They of broad leavea of the trie and ing f well with a kind of birdlime they strew them in the way taking care to lay them with prepared side Let a tiger hia paw on one of looking leaves and his fate ia paw be nf I lv III 1 ils in in of anil will So in surrounding caji iise of me cheaper than they can order ft lot on tbe bare But though the place vras so utterly cheerless there was a smile aa well as a tear in her brown eyes as te ro- his neck He The astonished farmer gazed at her tering toys se a never seen in order to of whistled de room for her the firC and for the first time doubtingly but there j before except in shop windows Was d that plan old no in those full this really to bo her home and this her Ue endeavors to attain bis ob- r he ould look a own little room 11 here she could look a i r D E K TI S T S J Hotel C tho Kill the GOOD FOR TEAMS In that low room was the only heart on tho earth that cared for her A loving j ter watched for her return and had ever j a gentle word and kiss for the little one i she had received from a dying soother s arms and over whom she had watched I with maternal toiled r e rs old no in those full this really to bo her home and this her dress and shivering frame His big eyes hond out a checked Ja it possible there are from his which g Qor 7 I waste Aliee The came into f so A Ue endeavors to attain bis ob- it against his face J birdlime over bis i i people arid handle all those beautiful a piece of things every day if sho liked io it s au j arn sorry I and a eyes of the poor famished child as did you were so hungry when i brought a glad answer eagerly took it exclaiming Ob wc were jn the market but hero is a i Has thee slept well Alice f I will ig witb you Of bread and butter and cold meat then on the ground and rubs bia head and face on the earth in his to By so doing be only adds fresh Jt MILLINERS irci ri trini 1 t t t n fc 1 -id 11 f a MISCELLANEOUS ST PAUL BINDERY And Book Third St Bookstore for Manufacture of is nmr to Blank Bucks of every ruled and houna to or mrt io i tv 1 Shipping Pills aa printed to be bound in stylo direction for binding attended to Day by day sho had unheed nnd often harsh ed employer Not unfrequently was sho kept busy until far into the night eaten quickly and the farmer left from my dinner and a gentle loving kiss n as pressed watched tho process said jhe child's hunger was keen and the on her cheek another for you of mind made tbe want Breakfast was over but a mce witu maternal I you geem to like apples so j She devoured it hastily hot cream toast and a leg of broiled Day by day sho had toiled for her not let you come out her effort to for chicken awaited her in the corner and support unheeding the cruel exactions fa a cold d with tuin no Benny sat on the floor feet nnd often harsh words of her steel Qn and no Hannah will have us a good warm laughing and playing with black Just then a coarse supper wnen get homo all ready I no's shaggy ears while he occasionally evidently in a bad humor came along She never fails of that when glanced with a merry eye at tiis new J i t T can j found friend of the before I And this was but the dawning of lines a shake which j ny bright mornings Alice was adopted ia heart as well aa in namo and soon hurry on to grew to be the light of that cheerful 1 faster An hour dwelling Her away for the kind word and act of the more and they reached the pleasant farm witk hot-house rapidity m the J TT 1 A M il working costly fabrics into cloaks and mantillas to glitter in the fashionable promenade thinking sometimes poor girl how a single yard of that costly trimming would bring plenty to her home Still she was usually content with her frugal fare for the white wings of purity and peace were folded in her bosom and she blest God actual want had never stared them in the face But at length a dark day t T J j and giving Alice a rude push bade her go to York i nnn nnt i be off with her and not take I on a faster room of her betters p tne room 01 be gave the icr a chance to steal something from the j seemed to understand as an stands I don't doubt 7 she added mation that he might hurry on t t 1 A moment before had drawn her whole j heart toward the farmer Poor little i one with her loving heart torn loose from every earthly stay how eagerly it rht at every straw for The good wife Hannah came surprise 11 rough hand was gency St Chicago 111 OP ALL lie 1 SU T n Why who has thee here William 1 being a Quaker born she used their forms f undress genial atmosphere of love and physical ine wire meet her husband and inquired comfort and when a few years later the gentle hand which led and cared for her BO kindly grew a little tremulous it to his head limbs agglutinates far together in and finishes by hoodwinking himself so thoroughly leaves that ho lies on the ground tearing op the earth with his claws tering howls of rage and dismay Mid exhibited by impotent in which he has been so cries are a signal Io the his misery who rua to tbe spot well armed with guna appears and find no difficulty in despatching their and weaned foe Tbe racking cough which had so long j iae ally became deeper seated and ed oat to prevent her going and the shrank back a little fearful that she could no longer rise from bed d j to sj je saying I there would be no welcome for her faere After the scanty earnings were man ed the feir articles of furniture were parted with one by one to obtain the daily loaf of bread but in a little time this resource failed and ghastly famine glared upon them To-day little Alice had wandered out Stay here little girl the old woman A few words told the simple story as shall not hurt you She 5s only a bit i he lifted the child from the wagon and fretty this morning and means well i placed her inside the gate It was ety s There Margry are two and the good mother's arms and j tomers for you be quick or you'll lose heart opened wide to recei them and the stepped briskly j Thee is welcome litl fc f her little one was daughter who the in the cheeriest corner and took upon her young shoulders all the care of the household farmer regret his deed Never did the of love to tho v i 11 1 1 i to on i- nU 1 aB water ail seasons of CUSTOM MILLS S1 io Corn Meal liran All Kinds of Mill for lt of i v with S nn tlir ol l p of 1.1 hoping to find a few sticks with to make a little blaze on her re- turn she fornd her sister much 1 Dear said the c could find nothing to cat bnt these nips and potato parings which I picked up in a rubbish bos outhe I have washed them quite clean at the pump and they will be belter than I ate some of the turnip chips I raw I was so hungry I got theae few sticks and cinders too an old woman vrith a bag i on her back beat me witb her iron hook because I took them A policeman saw j her and said Let the child or j she might hurt me worse WM place The farmer looked at tho intent ly and by his kind words and seeming lly interest drew from her Hie simple beside the bright fire lor iAJ j nil npr j shall never want for a home again and she brought her into the cheerful 5 ily and placed Emily's low n fire for her iaL homeless orphan but ever regarded it as one of God's richest blessings to him and his Truly he who soweth bouti shall reap also bountifully Here is a strong passage from When I gaze upon the stars they look down upon me with pity from their serene and silent space like eyes glisten the lot h oon drew from her Hie simple beside the bright fire tor ncr th of child I i her sorrows related with all gentle hands she removed her shawl as noisy as our these frankness The shaggy anri hood and when she had grown been time and a a ooj t -j was drawn across bis eyes more than and comfortable it took DUI a no record of them anj onca ns he he had too honest minute to exchange her thin out and Orion Sir i old garments fur a dark worsted e p deg are j suit which had belonged to the loved and clear and when ft to be of it When she had finished ho said j which had belonged to the loved 1 Then you have not any relations in the city Alice 1 Nobody to look for THE United States represented to be the largest consumers of in the worM and the per annum ia to one mimon baskets The whole district ia about acres and toe of wine manufactured for exportation m bottles or about baskets Of this 000 Grett Britain and fcw France 146 800 and the United OOO Custom House York which passes large amount ofthe champage into thia country reports only per Seven and yon home to-night i sho answered I have no home now None but the station house j the first noted them 1 Just about her said the good J woman thoughtfully only She would rather thee bad them than JT wron to man by a She would j ole at the same time all UJ UKf f f thousand baskets therefore of the wine drunk tbw for im- ported champHne amount equal to the of the tho world CUC that they should lie e away all she possessed any -.1 i sleeping there Frescott Bool TAIT child in the city is theft i things as soon as I can make the fire go i There are six matches left in box I a lot of paper I found in the street just alter they had swept a store The child set herself busily to Mj go home with mo Alice 1 will be a mother to you would seem The transformed child beautiful after having cc her soft and a long circular comb to a new ata at table j fS circumstances attending it even be known In a moment of looked really i a fajae calculation a transient er- brushed i ror make the most honest man confined it a action j should bs deduced from tlie whole life i there Ko Bacon to Mrt mother of the officiating j
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