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Richland County Observer (Newspaper) - January 15, 1861, Richland Center, Wisconsin An Newspaper General and Republican in In Advance i I VOLUME 6 CENTER I i i J 15 i I UMBER 7 HIGHLAND COUNTY OBSERVER IS EVERY TUESDAY MOSSING Center Richland WISCONSIN One copy 0110 year 0 nix months 75 cents Onu 50 cents in ADVERTISING no I 1 JO on 1 wock 10 0011 3 1 1 no ID u on 4 10 1 51 live lines of more Hum live linus charged uy Statute prices lo uu on delivery of Yearly advertisers will Uie ol mid will by to up rales will be n contract in Business Directory 5 II DEALER in Crockery Bunks and fcc Center Comity Wisconsin VanDEUSEN ATTORNEYS Wisconsin In Courts of Special given to over Down's Storu O WOOD M D PRACTICAL Sur JL is n graduate of Ilio College of mid Burgeons of live experience in thu Chronic Gibson or Will tu with Mill Street FCy W TAILOR Center Wis All work Outline fo order iu nn in Ihu by tl MASONIC NOTICE RICHLAND No GG of If A M holds on lliu of hi J Hall Centor SURVEYING YL Benjamin Practical t or has appointed County and will bo ready tios between neighbors in lino ut business Center Out lUlh A C EAST LAND ATTORNEY nt nnd -iX of Urn and with Dr O II Confer Wis A UNION HOUSE HOSKIN Centor Wisconsin Persona parts ol tho country on terms WILLIAM FA KLIN ATTORNEY and nl Collecting Will ly attend to all Lo o lit the Union louse Ci II ROBINSON nnd Center Wis Clocks Watches and Jewelry TITLES LD Gupe Son nt i liand nnd opposite the Court House Abstract of Titles to in this County and to all buslin relating lo CODD WILSON coon Mineral Point town County Wis JOHN s Co T AWYERS Lund Agents Richtand Kirhland cousin Cobb Wilson will practice In the Courts of Jli o tho of Cobb will in the and fed eral Courts of All ti thulr cure will receive prompt attention 01 aide of Court House C D STEWART ATTORNEY at Law nnd Co Win Will in tint nf Riislilinu Ti ties M M lucks Mi lion Point Wis Ml J Wig G W M D DENTIST City O II Mack B V and I1 Strung Wisconsin M D PHYSICIAN and J his professional services to tho Country Residence and at I House MILLY ADAIR BY SEO As opens of lily As bloo melli velvety the world did our Willy Her disclose The dawning blushed And the lark her 0 all covered with As heaven is spangled stars When forth out Eden as stilly As to a Down Inlo our midst Our beautiful Mllly Adah our Our Willy Her brow was us white as Adorning with beauty And forth from heart in bosom Stole rapturous of tlor lips were so rosy nnd pouting You'd think they should eyes with their glances a heart free Irum guile Iler cheek wore tho ol the lily Like beams of sun was her hair never a fairer lhan Our beautiful Milly Our Mllly our Innocent Milly Our Heaven bom Milly Adair Twice withered and blossomed the daises And yet her fuut strayed by our side Her beauty praises Of ninny who viewed her with pride But when tho autumn wind chilly Ami scattered the so gay And the cup of Iho lily It blighted eur of May And low in hover O'er rones that n the air Wu laid with ti granite above tier Our beautiful Adair Our Vilify Our MiPv Adair Tin LOST INHERITANCE Tho truin foin Paris lo Lyons Mopped nl ti upon the route and a few The a moment crowded railway porters was soon de- nil but two individuals One of them was an old man dressed in the of a well to-do tlie oilier a youth of about who seemed lo be some one to come meet him To this person the old man ad- dressed himself May I presume said lie to enquire if you ore Clement Yes my good replied the youth with a of manner nnd I have no doubt you are Mr At your service replied the other Well Mr continued in the some I began lo you intended to me wailing That would not have been the best manner in which to have in yourself into my good cos Tho old man instead of replying let hU full upon his breast as if in deep affliction and conducted the to obey the ry's directions and oh at joined Martin have seen On lher old vehicle in which out had so contemptuous ly taken a place until a nde of several thp occupants at their Maitin offered the honois of the to the nc to i called all the vants and introduced them to them and then conducted the latter to his own This was the bleeping of said as they a in an old-fashioned stylo It as in tins loom he died ten Bul the nephew instead of ing any emotion upon being shown the of his bein upon all him a look of coin arid upon my 1 suy I think ninth of the old I neve i saw pushing in nil my life Mil Mil it is thp lust f nn I if i oil con nl ji If kn u od v ill find i i r M nn I the out into the field woods cunous pile i i t d man Y n donki v I 11 3 i I Ion do v il 1 IL II pi Foi U I m the so I shall nils old rookery nt once and Sell the Mat tin youi uncle's HP place of residence And we who lo end oui days under this roof what is to become of Mr Maitin tlie young man let me have none of youi complaints I beg Get and you will duve me lo the After having eaten a- hearty notwithstanding he found the meats insipid and the wines sour the lega tee still accompanied by Mi Mat tin ie the carnage and the two started off If I am not Mt Clement an ude wo passed this spot this and pointing to a building is the lail loid station Do we take the I ruin there You alone can do responded companion speaking ly and in a manner u Inch caused the young man in him the often going whtte his father was at woik One day had robbed the of then foliage the left his woik lhan and foi home Just on the edge of the he saw a of leaves Without shopping to think what it IIP cautiously the loaves when what was his to find his own sound asleep Twas but tho of a moment lo tuke up the put in hn place a small log the leaves and conceal himself in the to watch the i a ilioi I IIP a wolf's distant howl followed by the ulist with the sounds Fne howl came in a w savage looking inlo opening closely d bv the vi hole p ick Tin the pile or an anl si at- in Soon IP sii u look of fii 11 IM o in fid MH e eh an n il lo of he i ir t i i k 11 s 1 l i k i n o i P t U i tin i i o u i d 1 pj ei v i Hi d Mis f te ft i ill U it Mil ll tilt M li it ill upon him loi e lo pu e 0 v tii f il him on Ihi fiey hil i ide Mound inlo the forest and VI of the i not a wulf u is 10 be seen The the child lo hib bosom and the kind which led him to save hia dear Loy The playing till lie was had laid down and fallon and in that situation the wolf hud found him and mm with leaves until he could bung his to tlu least but himself had furnished the Cab Lib A FEARFUL PICTURE ty and you may imagine the You have heaid all love then and then PIS and would lay then lives foi them thul tho colored lace in the South to that would not be if they could is but tiie of tho cise the consists in sleeping upon oui anus al night in doubly bolting ino bailing oai in ing and mum taming an efficient in buying dogs and in ID oui child ier to to em and oui selves ft oni thp vengeance of these same loving a vengeance which tho i in is liable out at new towards a carriage to which a looking horse was harnessed Here is your said If you will be good enough to get in I will hava the honor of conducting you lo self I am and A of tho Peace nnd v solor and at Law two Town Dayton County Wis and all legal anil strictly and promptly to is MINER Center ely MILTON SATTERLEE of the Peace Woodstock V County Wisconsin r ATTORNEY at and Court Commissioner for iu all ol Stale promptly to tM DAVID S HAMILTON ATTORNEY and Counselor nt Law Center Rich land County Wisconsin attention paid to land titles paying taxes fcc at liia residence JT O OF T Lodge No 39 JJ pendent Order of Good Templars every Wednesday evening In the Hall at G clock M Order visiting Uila nro cordially Invited to meet with Mrs L W C T Mrs G dtS EASTLAND if II I S Center ATTORNEYS and Counselors at -U will tittend promptly lo nil business en- trusted lo hi ibis ami fl That my carriage why I bo taken or n traveling But a few days Mr ent B who had now put on so many airs was a simple clerk a crockery warehouse in Parts possessed the reputation of buing a quiet tending fellow What hud brought about this sudden and radical transformation 1 be- come nnd it mny be understood tho possessor if nn income of niv thousand francs a year finds it cult to retain the modest a poor clerk On the whilo dusting the of ciock cry his a ui i ivt fl for him by post conveying to startling intelligence that one of his uncles of whom he had as an eccentric and very wealthy old man but whom he had never seen had just died al his residence in gundy his Clement solo heir to his estates to the sion of many others The letter was from a notary in tho province who desired him to Paris immediately for tho which his uncle resi ded where be met by Martin an confidential servant of tho and conducted to thb name which deceased had given to i Almost driven out of such an unexpected stroke of fortune I am not dead Having heuid good youi conduct I had resolved to make heir of all I possessed I ed to of my and I had to stratagem w Inch so thoi v posed youi Hue diameter to me Pit Clement to your business nnd that youi at and have lost hat will novel again be placed within youi leach STORY The of Maine found bo sides its and abundant out of and i The inn ic fou sis hicli waved now is heuid the of nnd a sund villa ol v ild and Olten tit w is tlu od from sleep by a noise which told that bruin was the or 01 was i ing violent paws upon some calf on u col Tho people of the Noi th uli raie have but an imperfect idea of and Us sui or of the feeling of which occasionally whole Stales and sections of the w hen of n Slave is from eat to eai In the following lettei by a in South whose husband on a plantation and is the of one slaves to hci uncle in New Yoik and pub in the Tunes a vivid f i of tho condition of things in the Palmetto State You may im si I u at but you can np vet it in nil its fullness Aheady wp ble in oui oun homes in anticipation and expectancy of wh t la liable to atony moment a Could you see precaution heu by the of thp not but you would not lot a moment envy us oui lons Not a nil In passes that ue do not lock oui field uils in then but oui most end house who in we would linst to anv aio watched and t with all thp utiny and wo po st ss Oui is and of slave tj tlo allow any ITU mi nt to whi Inri thp Slate in spite of Palmetto 01 Stair precautions You at I IIP No till tii e not the oni ones who ait n bv this i cw Tlie pi inters us aie really nng the n ihen ip not worth No one ddt PS to buy a civ run ett IK in doing so bo icing IN one me ides of f Mj IMS but n fi w v nits I b but till tnl I -all I ind so doeo that ate ton mat it such times us these tie sell them if it woe possible but the it lie could nothing foi them at pi 01 at mo t not half their eai value ate a dt ug in the mil kpt my husband says and you know him well enough to of his judgement in such mailers Now one as lo the fo tee of the Stale to us against insui I with the of and a few towns the of the State is situated much as e aie heie and I will guo you an idea of how well i wp aie to a mob Upon oui place of about acres we have of males husband two arid my son of 18 total foui self and cousin little Lucv and one of foui of whom at the most are capable of beating aims to offset we have at least seventeen field hands besides the female And this i- a fan lepi of the foice upon our plantations ering such a slate of facts do blame mo foi desning to absent my and fion the GSH LI TIER 10 A IN Dec 30 Mr DEAR Srn South seven Ml says yeai constant ing by hei lo induce to has out of the Union j and loo with out the wnny 01 injustice done hei on thp put of of the she m iy have the and hei flag Arsenal the Gusto n Post Office Castle Pinckney and Foi t sho is not out of the ir vants mti so i Union nor beyond palp of the evening did they lull a luige log against the doo and Avith beating if draw closer the fire as the dismal howl of the wolf echoed T f through the woods The wolf was the most ferocious bul cowardly of all attacked man unless driven by seVere hunger and his i 1 1 i u i i most pertinacity Tho incident here related in eai ly of Biddeford 1 A resident Mr 1 V I was one morning engaged in some distance from the house His little eight yours old in was with tho household cares of with pach and tin an coi fined all lolly to pn hem We uro all our foice of to prevent too pe among our own servants The negroes feel and no- Uce these new restraints ally ask What But it is for them to ask the for they all comprehend tho cause as well as we own them have enough to give an idea of 111 S CJ j the State and nation and this from Abolitionists suppose but from the conversation of their iers indirectly held in presence have already heaid coln's election and have cl slip can gpt jurisdiction or a of the Constitution inu t bp had civil war will ensue In the latter it would i eq no prophet to foretell the result It is reported that Mr Buchanan has mally the appointed by the rebels ol South to negotiate for the public in the harbor of Charleston and for It is also that lho President disapproved the conduct of Major who that he would able lo defend Foi t Moultrie few men under his command took possession e Fort where he tect and country the might have that he is going to give them their if he haJ remained in Fort Being the in the lie had the right to occupy Foit an act which the ol the Union as as his own demanded It is likewise that are that will be requited lo abandon Foil and py Toil Mould k Theie can Le no foi siu h for the Pi i si Jf til would not sui lender the f of at lesion o lebils Foil thp and m a few could Fort So long as thr United States passion of this fort the independence of South Car will be in name and rot in act If u should Le to South 1 do not apprehend the smothered in- of the Fiee States would bp mused beyond It would not be i i the of any one to it In days two red thousand men would be in- readi ness to take vengeance on ail who betray the Union into the of its enemies Be assured do not exaggerate the feelings of the people They are already sufficiently excited at the attempt to the Union for no oilier reason han that they cised the right led upon voting for tue pel on whom they considered the most and qualified to fill the office of Foil ought not and I presume vill not be delivered over to South I am not however pleading for the Stales foi they are not in gci but foi the Union and the of Cotton who sow the wind must reap the The leaders of could not have noticed we live in an age of progress and that all Christendom is making rapid the maich of and If they had they would huve that the of ed by the hero of the nineteenth in of the op in did rot fail to elect ify heart joy and gladness Where dwells is my was the dec- of This is too ed in the of man in the Fiee to be dered because it in to the of slave iy With all Europe and all the civilized woi Id opposed to aie the lo set eis which shield and their the United States Would the sep tatton of the tho give to slavery than it has now What security would have foi thp letuin of I none whilst thp of be augmented and the UPS of which complain bp increased ten fold much individuals might condemn the dec Slates ale lo sustain and defend it as guaran by the Constitution In conclusion 1 would avoid the bloody desolating example of the Mexican States I am now and for- ever in favor of the Union its pres and the rigid maintenance o the rights and of States in- dividually as well as collectively Yours JOHN E GEN WOOL TO GEN OASS Troy DPC MY DEAR lions and induce to to address to you a few on the state of the is marked private because ji am not authorized to address you officially 1 have read with the PITS Message South sha intends to leave Union lie Representatives in say already left ths Union It seem that she is to ho ated or comforted I thS astern Department which includes South Carolina Giorgia Florida Alabama and Mississippi You know have ever been 6 firm decided faithful end devoted friend f my country If I can aid the resident to preserve the Union I Vope lie will command my services t will never do for him or you to Washington without every star n this Union is in its place ore no lime should be lost in adopting measures to defeat those who against the Ui son Hesitant cy or delay may be no less fatal to he Union lhan to the President or vour own high as a nan It seems to me that troops should be sent to Charleston to man the forts n that harbor You have eight com- panies at Fort Va Three or four of these companies should he without a moment's delay to Fort ir It will save he Union ind the President much trouble h s said that to send troops to that Jor at this time would produce great among the people That s nonsense when the people are as Tiuch excited as they can be and the eaders are determined to execute long meditated purpose of ni the State from tiie Union So ong os you command entrance la he city of Charleston South na cannot separate herself from the Do not leave the forts in tha in a condition to induce at empt to lake possession of them H South Carolina take it night anticipates induce other States to Permit me to entreat you to Urge he send three four of r artillery Fon The Union can be pre- but it requires firm prompt and energetic the part of the President only lo exert the power conferred him by Constitution laws of Congress and all will be safe he Avill prevent a civil war which fails to call all the baser passions of the human heart If separation should take place you may rest assured blood tor- followed by pestilence famine nnd dissolution and Senator Sews ard's irrepressible conflict will brought to a conclusion much sooner than he could possibly ted mo conjure to save tha Union and thereby avoid the bloody and desolating example of the States of -A separation of States bring with it the tion of Slates are for war weakness will be- found in the of slaves but few Of to war whilst the the elements and terials tor ex- people face of the globe Think of these tilings my dear General and save the country and prosperous South from famine and desolation Peccable secession is not to be of Even if il should place in three months we would have a bloody war on our hands Very truly your E- WOOL Hon LEWIS CASS Secretary of State Washington Flo yd Secretary of after being engaged in die's to the tune of a million and a half finally goes out because seventy five soldiers hava been ed from one United Stales to an other He ought to have been dis- missed ignominiously by the verdict of the proper tribunal Instead of he resigns on a Question of ciple snd goes home like the late Secretary of the Treasury to mote openly treason which he has secretly used all his official power to favor Such are traitors who by a dispensation of Providence have had a temporary control But thank God another of men are coming Y Tribune Elf Read not bul men j arid chiefly be careful to read yourself
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