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River Falls Journal (Newspaper) - February 8, 1860, River Falls, Wisconsin VOLUME 111.. RIVER PIERCE 8, NUMBER 3i tit NETTIE on on nn Applo Rre Fourth GETTING THE IONY WHAT CAMB OX IT. 1 to DUO day for my Ami in door of the shop while And w ith the watch Thin tho from the turning And lo the of lliu Till with the heat and 1 grew Unruly and dull ii by the w the Swing the nf You would IMV no. if you niw down m OKI well my arm 1 e. to draw it. wet thanked me oi 3 over A. the for I nnd I her small A bright And l ll must le her I the V. I o i or why you he in a I d thn pail uy my had a may I and no the 1 i h id ami 1 11. u o So it. of quite Till of the mni to Then to 1 November would like it an my walking with nil not 1 took it for is no the old And vim just what I said thai Gray win a not ono of your city but a cy piece of nature's yet tle and possessing n depth of feeling and sentiment which few aro able lo as had long beon loved by oue handsome young merchant ho tho only store the lage of boast where ho had for homo four or livo years dealt out hardware nnd n of villagers nnd s nnd hud realized quite a littlo for- a part of which he hnd invested in tho of the and which at tho death of her she had been god to of and a cheaper where livo less while from tho of the price received for the sho received a nice little Charley had also taken tho son into the ns his increased ness it to The salary paid to little Johny was a help to for which she was very and never failed to speak a word in his praise an with numberless acts of osity which Charley never tired of made him tbo hero of little nnd him to bo ed nnd by both ol I nnd for many miles To say that Nettie Gray indifferent to his many or for the ardent love bo ed would bo doing injustice to her warm appreciative But the of mischief seemed to possess though was uniformly kind and gentlo in lior disposition towards her and would converse freely and Uy with him upon siny when lio approached the subject nearest to his she off like a ed Nut sho was afraid of that tho subject distasteful to own heart was but delighted to tonse nnd without looking I have got niy ket almost I will come in a quick again called the impatient voice of bis Dick evidently began to there was for as he turned his oyo instantly caught sight of our hero owing up tho but a few rods from where they Ho ly descended tho but of the ladder to assist his siiter to de- he gave a loud threw his cap into tho cleared tho wall with a n ml ran rapidly down the hill shouting at tho top of his I've treed a Thou placing his hands upon tho he turned some fivo or six picked up his and ran with all his might to The little rogue evidently loved bet bend sunk upon his and bursting into iV I Soon master Dick como bounding in- to the one hand filled with n large slice of bread and while with iho other he tossed his cap into tho showing he fully the state of shouting at the top of Mr. you glad I treed her for you Both greeted this sally with a burst o' and soon all three were ed in n wild lemp upon tho giaen We hardly need add that the sn no au witnessed a right merry wedding nt the old mansion of farmer ANU Tho following amusing anecdote is toki mischief fully ns well ns did his pretty j John in doubu of n patron of literature nnd which appeals to bo exceedingly Among tho subscribers to Audubon's magnificent work on tho subscription price of which Charley's first thought was to go to tho assistance of and ho leaped the wall and approached tho Taking the ladder fiom tho upper ho was about placing it for her to when a sudden thought suggested cannot run away from mo nnd not stopping to consider the he n lower and with some gay swung himself lightly nnd a s. at by her who was an and could tako a good ni she could give MI only at tho trick played upon her by her complimented Chailey upon and invited him to help himself to tho blushing fruit that hung in such profusion After chatting on a of hu determined to np proach tho got an intelligent For some timo ho sat in then 1 have something to say to you? well help me and you can say it ns wo walk to the saw the mischief in her and resolved to go on without heeding a appeared Iho name of John During the of the the prosecution of which was Mr. Audubon upon of his sub for It so that Mr. Astui that ho mighi not be troubled about was not applied to before the delivery of all tho letter press nnd Audubon asked for his thousand was put off with ono ex- cuse and Mr. would the owner of millions como nt a bad money is very scai 1 have in the I o ed all my At tho sixth called upon Astor for his thousand As ho was into hia pre ho found tho son conversing with the No did tho man seen tho man of than ho Mr. ao you have come again after your Hard Mi. money verj But just then catching in quiring look from his ho bis Mr. I wo must contrive to let you have THE following selections from new Book by Robert Dale en- tilled on tbo Boundaries if Another Mr. originally ed from some branch of tho Scottish ily of that was in humble about tho clow of thn lost tho south of and thoro up in a When about thirty rears of to in tho year 1828, he waa first mate a bark trading between Liverpool anil St. New On ono of licr voyages bound being then some fivo or six weeks ami having the eastern lion of tho Banks of the aud had beon on dock taking nn observation of after which they both descended to their Tho a at of tho and tin descending to it run wart Immediately opposite writing on tbo Then it should bo there And the captain took it bo tome suro enough la that your Mr. The mate took the and in stool tho R TO TUB jou boon trifling with added tbo in n stern my word as a man and a replied know no more of this matter than you I bavo told you nothing but exact The captain sat own nt his the before in deep At last turning tho over and pushing it to ho to tho The mate nnd iho nni rowly ing the two and tell tho her yet ho changed somewhat some of your if mode of ho calling i his mode of i nm going to be 5" Without heeding tho glance was to his ho to his son who had walked into nn adjoining have wo any money nt all in tho replied tho sup posing ho WPS asking nn earnest pertinent to what they had beon miking my business is now about when the ornithologist came m very i have in tho Bank of Now THE THREE Three words there of meaning dee tit Vrt i Ivu they rightly Save in And he crown in Words 'tis native Jit lw in n A nf not the might To lorn linn world toMorn the who breaks And thin Xor it To rate the To the to hea hollow in vail uuU Jwr Will still While tow Time and ho Anil And what to UM discord to Kim who known no enjoyed his discomfiture on such She knew ho loved hor with all the strength of his and she had no fear of his affections from event which would have given her tho deepest Charloy hud begun to think seriously and why not? Theio tho cottage embowered with many of which were bonding under thoir load of rare It needed only tbo presence of his bright-eyed tie to make it n His more than sufficient to supply their most nnd why should ho not marry I Many times ho ted for the express purpose of king his had beon as often prevented from saying what he ted to by the ning nt tbo first word ho uttered on To think of supplying her placo from the tunny fair damsels in who would have gladly have accepted his out of tho It was Nettie ho mid Nettie nnd bo folt suro sho returned his but how could he over get ho not permitted to propose I must resort NOT LOST though on earth we're parted Not though we meet no more I Thcr do not on the to ho and ho ly formed many plans to bring the little beauty to nnd ns often abandoned Vnt lost forever erery gentle token trim me from fill mv 8onl.tho.igU yUo can oat forever around mo the in mrr 6loora from forever mill be nt Bh every in every un gentle Thilt be me. time His mind busy with such thoughts ns ono bright morning in September ho walked farmer Gray's Ho leisurely ascended tho nt tho top of upon lovely table stood tbo grent old when he was startled by a voice the Dickl I want to got And looking up ho in tbo wide-spreading branches of largo applo that stood in tho field near tho Dick perched upon tho most round of a ladder that leaned a was quietly filling with tho rioh replied have n pretty only tho additional charm pair of bright I have found a whom I love with nil my heart atd who is willing to become my and I have to 1 have n long timo to tell but you re- to hear had listened to this speech in utter Sho hnd long ved sho tho beloved of Charloy Oration's nnd sho intended sho hnd teased him to hoi to listen to his nnd to become his nnd loving her wore now suddenly dashed to It too A giddiness o- vor nnd but for tho support of ley's nrm sho would have fallen .to tho noticed her nnd feared ho hnd gone too It was but for a She soon regained hor self possession and sat up rightly by his Her faco was very but her proudly ns she nsk tho name of her who has boon honored with the offer of tho hand of lot mo She is n beautiful nnd of a warm ing Sho has but fault it mny be She delights to who lovo 1- or and often sho has given me n hoart I love her deeply nnd and it shall bo tho object of my life to in tha City OCO in tho in the that'll exclaimed John Jacob interrupting him seems can give yon n check for your money just beyond a small tho nnd from landing theio were two to each the ono opening nto the the fronting tlu 5tnirw.iv, into tho The desk in tho state room in the forward part of to the so that nny one sitting nt and looking over could into the Tbo absorbed in bis which did not result ns he ing considerably from the had not noticed the captain's When he hnd completed his ho called without looking make our latitude and longitude BO nnd so. Can that bo right? How is Receiving no ho glancing over his nnd ns he the cap- tion busy writing on his Still no Thereupon ho as h fronted tho tho figure ho hnd mistaken for the captain raised his bond disclosed to tho astonished of tho entire Bruce no ns ho that fixed gnw directly nt him in giavo nnd nssi it no ono whom ho had ever scon be- it too much for in- stead of stopping to question he rushed on deck in such evident alarm it instantly attracted tho captain's sec mate to como Ho nt the captain's ho wrote the same So did the in did ry man of the crew could write nt But not one of tho various hands in anv tbo mysterious it- the crew tho captain snt loep in any one have been slowed away at hut he ship must bo searched nnd if I don't find the fellow ho must be a good hand nt Order all Every nook nnd corner of tho from to was thoroughly nnd that with nil tho eagerness of excited the hnd jonc out a shown on but not a living soul be- ond tho crew and the officers was Returning on the cabin their Bruce said the devil do you make of all tho man yon soo tho Theio must be something in it would seem so. Wo have the wind and I a grent mind to koop her nnd see what will como of surely if I wore in your It's only a few hours at the we'll Go on deck and Hired thai tho course Mr. he ns tho mute rose to n let it bo a hand you can depend Ilia order were About three o'clock the lookout reported nn iceberg both came nnd in tho highest their for ance from n cowing death nnd Tho captain replied that Le ha J but what he cm tain have done for him under tho mute nnd both to down injo tin the ho hope you will not think lam with but would be much obliged to you wonM write a few words on this Ami ho handed him tho with up on which tho mysterious writing M ill do anything you re- plied the shall I write words ire all I you to the Tho passenger evidently W make out tho motive for such a however with a Tho captain took up tho slate and examined it then aside so ai to con- co xl tho siati from the nol it over nnd gave it to him again with the other that that is your said need not say rejoined the other looking at it VOL saw said the turning slnie Tho man looked first at writing then at tho quite At is tho meaning of said ho Wbj wrote the other moro than I can tell My here says you .it this at Iho of the wreck and the sanier looked at each exchanged of intelligence nnd and the fi rinor asked the you dream you wrote on this not thai I speak of said of tho was gentleman about nt noon the A DUTCHMAN in troubled with a baulky tolls the following story of how he managed him hitched his dail vyro his heat out to Jon I him so n town cuts nut a ho starts to but so soon ho sens do curt him he makes Bory soon ho stumbles mil sits town on his mil looks veel burty shamed mil Don I him hitch him do unt ho gooe rite shust so good ns anybody's TUB Atlantic regard every man in our midst nn enemy to the institutions of tho who does not boldly that he or she believes slavery to bo n social moral nnd political Any son folding other than these whether born North or is unsound rind should bo requested 15 leave tho says tho of resignation should bo taught to nil We think there is more need of its being taught just now to the than to any other class ex- guard hor from to protect ns far as I nm from the slightest breath of and I shall bo re- warded by hor I have nev proffered hor my though sho hns long possessed ray I do it now cnn you ask Nettie long as though bat half comprehended you bo ray half you not lost to me if you will consent to be She be to lose Horo is tv strong from Carlj I upon tho they look down upon mo with pity from their soreno silent liko eyes ing over the lot of Thousands of generations as as our own have been swallowed by nnd there remains no record of them any Arcturus and Sirius and tbo nre still shining iu their clerr and ns when the shepherd first noted them in tho plain of Mr. said the in the world is tho mattei with Who is ai your one that I know there there's n you bo You must have seen the steward or thi second Who else would venture down without orders t' ho silling in your fronting the writing on your Then he looked up full in my if ever I saw a man plainly nnd dis- in this wot I saw I I saw n nnd a man I had never seen in my life must going Mr. A and nearly six weeks I but then I saw down nnd seo who it Bruce never wos a bo- liver in he if the truth must bo I'd rather not faco it Go down nt and don't make a fool of yourself tho hope you've always found mo ing to dp what's Bruce plied changing if it's all the samo to I'd much rather we should both go down Tho captain descended tho nnd the mala followed Nobody in tho examined Not n soul to bo found nny Mr. said the loll you you had all very well to say but if I nearly what he thought n vessel of kind close to it. As they tho glass tho fact it was n. tled apparently frozen in tho and with a good many human beings on t. Shortly they hove and sent out the boats to tho It to be a vessel from bound to with passengers on She had got entangled in tho and finally and hnd passed several weeks in a most critical She was her decks swept in fact n mere and her provisions and most nil her water Her crew and passengers hnd lost all hopes of being s nnd their gratitude fur tho was proportionately As ono of tho men who hnd been brought in the third boat had reached the wreck wna tbo ship's tha caught a of tho he three or four hours nt him from the cap- At first ho tried to himself it might bo fancy but the more ho ed man tho moro sure ho he was Not only the but person nnd exactly .As soon the exhausted crew and famished passengers wero cared and on act course the mala Or all tho earthly that which reaches the farthest into is the boating of a loving called the captain seems that was n ghost I savr tho man's do you moan Who's of tho passengers we just is the same man I saw writing on your slate at I would whole thing is most mysterious and ex- and I hnd intended to to you about it as soon nj wo got This lo much into n heavy or ionic timo before After au or bo and caid to we be relieved th's very When I asked him reason ho luni for saying ho replied that ho had dreamed that he was on bunrd that sho was coming to our described her appearance nnd our utter when your hove in sight she corresponded lo h's description of Wo had not put much faith in what he still hoped there might be something in for drowning you will catch nt As it had turned I not doubt that it wni nil incomprehensible by an overruling so that we might be To Him bo all for His lo is not rejoined other the writing on the list it come there m it saved nil jour I was time considerably south of and I altered my course to north and bad a aloft to seo what como of it. But you he to tho you of writ tig on n I no recollection ever of doing so. I got the that tho bark I saw in my cow i ig to rescue but that came I cannot another very strange thing on board to me quita I urn very suro I never in your be- It is all a puzzle to What did your mato Thereupon Mr. Bruce related to nil circumstances above The conclusion they finally at s it in a court of Mr. replied the gets and more your Let us go and see family hoy founA him in conversation with may I never soo home tho captain of They about 8 after the that it of to save them from what hopeless Tho above narrative WM ed to ma by of- Julia who had it from Mr. Bruce They togeather 17 in 1836 CUrVe bad the from the
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