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River Falls Journal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1859, River Falls, Wisconsin V VOLUME 111, RIVER PIERCE 20, 1859. DV Eeo Yourth Iff S T Ii R I 13 S. AND LOS iiv mi url lim in tliv Wilh In Ihy And taitt tin is lit And nil Hie VS nr Jimv it falling On A nft 11 n T 1'j vv mi- And I in Tliv in And in won't I ml Mv fit In 1 I n r Un K lliu 11 nil 1 I M -t 44, I I MI my I ll ii jj 1 f I I l t-i 1 i. willi di 1. I'll .i t i ith ninny d I In I in n relates the matter men talk as they is a genond be- j lief in possibility of occasional between natural nud ble worlds inherent in Thero aio fow persons whoso lives do not conlain nt lonst sonic fuw occurrences which aro incapable of satisfactorily explained by nny known laws and a which seem to bo beyond of accident or and overcome in with n special i i i An undoubted instance of tho kind happened to whilo in in Starting from nn for a journey to iho find tho detained three un n lonely near a j violent storm of On fourth I clouds broko 1 j swam nnd took a trail I lending over the intending to j I 2 t miles among tho foot of I I lost tho which I had boon completely washed out by tho Hiding at the mountain a sudden blind instinct which I never felt cannot ly told mo to strike n bee lino ina certain I took my tho distant snowy j nnd i ode slowly on my maio sinking to her at in tho loose It was during this ride that I upon four measurable Tho air with tho tremendous to sweep neat the surface of iho cm tli in without or hoard sumo noise at tho door of the adjoining dressing Listening in- I of a croak at tho dooi of tho communication between the two This was not far tho depths by but by tho hushed rustling of tho rang a voico of unnatural Bevond the i each of human its keen pierced the firmament hko a sti night white linj of electric As it gathering in tho vast terrestrial chorus dispersed into and only unearthly sound Ft vibrated slowly into tho fi abluent of a any which had over reached n y un- cry of victory awl of whilo the words Vivut were re- moio and more as the slowly like a fading beam of into the abysses of tho Thou was silent in tho doll ns be- foi o. h is impossible to describe tho sion produced by this wonderful I slept no moio that nnd for days tho ness of skyey voice my upon Tho sound marched slowly across tho and approached where it Then the of airy drew tho bedclothes and tucked tho ends of tho lids and sheets into tho space between tho I lay still in a passive sin to of surprise and tho ministry and ngain caught the rustic of the trailing on the J bolt upi in and peeped the in hope of the Hut the room was a gulf of tho bit of window not covered by nnd by this timo tho had tho dressing loom In a few seconds more it hnd passed away nnd after exhausting myself in speculations as lo the character of the hi Walking years after- tho of it. has across my mind as sharp and sudden as a strode of and if it now re- turns moro faintly and less frequently hay TOT All If my nature is essentially of a neither responsible for tho nature nor for tho development of n lifo that shall bo coincident with the ment of Iho lifo of an If hns mudo mo with a totally depraved and it obligatory on mo to bo un- in act of my lifo in to and be happy 1113self, I well sit down in ovor n problem utterly with my i nation and Did I believe in this would bo I would go mourning all my Then pleases my which draws out my natural appeals to my natural to my and pears to my conscience to bo and to my judgment to bo would come to mo as temptations of the should bo n thi To mo tho earth would seem a bad without jny and without I should still and with like a man in with tho gleaming eyes and hot breath of T On mentioning the giy beasts on every Duty would dent at break T found tint noun of indeed be and tho light laugh Iho had nor could that spi ings from tho I lenin that anything of kind had of my innocent would send a lenod iu tbo although like tho of a it is in contemplation nl days at a lime in the hotels cities or or to deal in do amount of comfort and in of the must sleep matters not how tho head Sir Walter Hard up tho consequence of things m if I don't I'm j tho best tbo nnd I promptest attention from clerks this your my dear I There is nothing liko it. wand will Beauty the Ii tho comes lo tho light my for a moment of no bilking death Cardinal commands from hostler to You may yourself bo a you may have a you may bo n of n so si fat that you can't even mako a respectable may bo your back may be I your shank a perfect my and leg n have a magnificent do nnd for her you will bo treated tho as ino thy 0 I as courtiers treat their It is small I Wo havo m hoc pray vou see mo safe nnd for my coming down let mo shift tor Her years and mid delight not bothering ourselves with nny over nice comfort i l Muni fur Inn M I I 1 or 1 the lull I far I I Hut nn all I Hist anil I IIIM All M it Sn fidin my Ilic Of I I. m with me After Hie IIH noli ami 1 iki n mi to M t 11 vv I 1-y I of my Heft by Mime I 1 knew I Iliev And m ft to weather fiom lib liu I A n I A n up To Hie wl liim fiee t his No I llw iM to 1 my Jli is with the and A mAYEH FOR THE HY C. I noli the o nf nnd IM limk OH in thin land In n In mint yr How nl of tut 1 f to dill A lill till nil Thai wu Nhall And IHt the ol ing in a little grovo of Our was liko that of two mont in tho a momentary long to get out of sight of tho To bo I did not an I mudo slow that night camo I was entering tlm I had kept my beo lino faithfully all the and halted at in a tlo wooden blazed two so that I might resume tho direction in tho my mare tho length of hoi thai she might crop Iho there was no grass to bo built up ix of dead and down it on a fallen o was no the stars ly through tho bare blanches I had depended on reaching tho and was therefore without My of a sugar and some which I had gathered in n What comfort is in a 1 might a thrilling picture of my and which my reader would der behind his But it would not bo I felt as cozy mid comfortable as if before my wide fireplace in iho chamber built the starry silence of tho filled my with a soothing sonbo of happiness and Taking tho saddle for n I pod myself in my and lay down my back to tbo Hold and my feet to iho But my wore and Tho was ous for and I was apprehensive that my maro would Inko get and me. So I lay half nn hour at n watching the of on Iho meridian lino of n slender over my It was perhaps tin when as 1 Ihus lay with my open gazing into Iho internal beauty of I be- come conscious of a murmuring liko Hint of I looked nt tho branch was unmoved the sound was iho air of tho doll seemed to vibrato with its A stranger feeling of awo and expectancy took possession of mo. Not a dead leaf stirred on the while mighty choral sung by Ion thousand down ovor Iho nud liko retreating thunder Iho was no longer tho of the As in tho wandering of nn organ nolo with slow majestic Ihoy n and then como tho by than its weird and remains tho at the nnd could recall i nor of n lo the T was alono in the awed bv the and of tho even more I my involuntarily and unconscious to myself the I havo often ob- served that repose of the body is continued to a a repose of a passive condition highly to the independent state of tins if arc in n iit state to airy tint On nnd nnd one that the old If human nature's vvhich pulled down by Lord T building the had tho reputation of being a late The is fr letter bv Dr. on the most industrious of us at that wo aio by com- Ofton both mil the mo unwilling auU Wo aio goaded to by aie ed to labor wo enjoy our We labor ashamed to bo we are Many a The dream is no less a How does one faculty of the brain so far boyond our conscious us to astound us with tlm mi expected im- Why should it speak in tho in How did it compose music which would bo as for mo as lo write a There is another interesting fact con- with this When break 1 saddled my and with the aid of tho blazed resumed tho bco lino ot the previous It no easy matter to follow it up and down tho but 1 had not tin hour my was blocked by t lie v ei y much to vvhich I was My blind animal instinct had guided mo for twenty over hill and and hit tho exactly in the Ono more incident of a moro decided the list of my Dining my last visit to I od an invitation to pass two or throe days with a who occupies a fino on Iho near The was a in its extent and tho diameter of its was built by a of T- ed down by his daily looks to Ihe for and far bo it from me to tell him that ho ing for that which ho will never 1 do not believe there will bo any in or any necessity labor as wo havo If I havo a comprehension of the spiritual if will us but littlo for food ind and if tho labor to which vo devote hero train us to in tho use of our tho woik hat will be given to us to do will something to bo grateful Wo hall havo all thu rest wo A sleep century will mako no inroads upon if wo need any such But vvho mined himself in it. and u ing along tho banks of tho com- tho atti actions 0110 of tbo cst places in When tho Loin for rest I was conducted to a chamber leading toward tho on and a group of magnificent of on tho Tho night wn that they do not mean all this by thoir 1 iay diop and consign it to A man cannot bo totally in n limited any moro ho oau be pei pure in n ed or shot dead in limited G. An editor reinton a tittle incident 1 in his were kind ately in and that was with a haired with ft freckled and who had hut few to but then sho had such really beautiful ev deep liquid which her soul in moments of tenderness looked out with a and in and with the light thousand no were going to wo never a thousand Her vvi 8 when softly by a soft and lover is a very swoot her ringing fell you HKo a er of sho a dark wine with and black with a neat white of fino is tho of and has tho to a very plain girl look absolutely Sho never perforated her cais to hang n pendulum of brass and tho only on tho littlo white which needed was a tho j may bo the motive from winch let that aw k waul squad lire it A diamond is a my j though washed fiom tho us if 1 myself j resign my to and my j daughter to my j is a mournful truth which this short front is nnd which IIM I completed iu tho Atlantic is the last of Q. Ad- i wish you to tho truo of the I wish icm cai i I no have to do my General is not a drop of blood on my of Vou spoke of my Tako my inst sit down by my sing thorn with tho hymn of oHr sainted Lot me hear once those notes which havo been my and my dying man can do nothing Lot not poor Nelly ho mo die to tho sound of delicious expected this but not so T. of Xew still an idea that when tbo clogs are and tho old feeling of youth comes shall be glad to havo something to and that the vise of powers which abor has trained under the direction of will for worthy will bo everlasting as keenly as the play of It is only as wo look upon labor in this light that wo understand its real and If tho prizes wo win aio all tho reward that labor it pays but But liko all tho through God would load our is Cull of tal Tho man who carves the channel of a laborious lifo taps the of tributary joys through Health is an incident of ed and industriously wells up in Iho heart of under tho control of his are directed to worthy Popular regard crowns him who is a of a laboring man is and none knows tho luxury of Temptation flies from iho earnest and contented and preys upon the plain to tho memory ot maiden one it was in tho summer sat alono in the poich by cottage holding that littlo Land in a ono arm had st lur and a song ot music of the was in oui Our lips mot in a delicious nnd bending softly to her cav wo whispered a tolo of passionate wo proposed little redhead ed vixen refused us misty and so after brain and heart of Labor brings inon into sympathy with tho y men of fto is enough to bo found in if VTO will on- ly mark its to encourage and con- my iho room re- mained in almost complete It was midnight when I. went to bod and I had slept I until where between two or when I denly and to my found my was still My first idea was that I had forgotten to it. Closing my eyes whilo revolving this question in my I upon a room ed as Through uncurtained window I detected a slight as if sonic ono in to Hut the v AX idl Dr. HOLLAND thus speaks of au truo Christian can bo truly an in Ho must necessarily tent even if end of labor bo somewhat hidden from as it less is from multitudes of mon. 't 1 i A lazy standing bv his brother's tho latter a do work for a 'A follow with yon i not himself manual to niv legitimate channels of method vital or his Christianity will bo a very weak There is 1 ally nothing left to a genuine idlo mai who possesses any able o vital but A- nnn who lin nothing to do is the devil's no in tho Ho ca find no sympathy nny Goo mon find nothing in him Ii mon havo no linio to devoto to and would have no sympathy with him if they All tho decent world is in against au idlo body despises whether Lo bo rich or Everybody fools dial he is that he is a who refuses to employ tho which he has declines contribute quota to tho t of tho Ho is. driven by Iho very necessity of his sition into secret or open and ho finds in the calls of tion tho only delights that season an insipid TMK CONFESSION A cloud was scon to pass ovor tho fair of Tho lustre forsook her lark Her spirit seemed the on that young 1.1 s Ten times that evening diJ Harvey im- her to acquaint him with tbo cause of her not a word caped her Sadly and d now and then n uigh she And to a so base as to injure ac Tell me. and by thino heart a1 pure as en I swear lo rest till I've redressed thy Is any awful locked up in Ihy I must not know 2 Tell mo the and by tho ringlets of thy hair I'll never to reveal though the blackest ments lack pour out thy own Harvey lies heavy al thy placed her fair hands across hor languidly in her lover's and the low of expiring thus them green To n out of there is as the impenetrability of tho closo links of society around Even nan found ocks step with his snd moves out of tbo serried order the unhappy wretch cnn er his lie finds fie fifth wheel of ft there ng for him to place for bountiful board others nro or drown himself us ho die world hns no use for and will not Editor Might tbo editor of the has been up to where bo aud be thus what ho should havo been if ho liad not left homo nnd become correspondent would stalwart and and a face as black as tho aco lie havo taught school worked on a farm and haying fifteen days in Ukon for pay tho iron work and running gear of a At two nnd or en- be would to pay tions to n. girl with a thousand and a spit on her girl who went to singing and sat in tho and without opening her ty girl any afar homo singing two taking her to a Fourth dollars he mirry Years Would with n spit curl would Ua en as ss boys four inve had time in bringing weald soon be ablo to do the and help jetting Inst. I member of ihc an assessor committed A FRENCH regiment rft tbo of Spi had orders to give no A being begged for replied ask me but tor life it impossible Kate L. writing to one c-f the most popular magazines of the on the sub- ject of am to pride myself on being a girl of and I dearly and can appreciate good I should quite as libf have a nico sweet kiss as a It is to mo ono of life's some of my happiest moments havo been spent in A rich tv fiom will last ono Vou are a girl after our own beort Kato come this way and wo wilt In evening of my pipo cider in the anil n I should sit mid look over the through of wonder why piece as this should bo Wo at- tempt to illustrate I met n its smile enchanted it in i
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