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Wisconsin Pinery, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1858, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 30 STEVENS a payable in AT LLOYD HOUSE END OF MAIN 01 Clark Strett tsn rott Ml 1 6.1 JO Oli 3 Od located on Berh c squire e three fit c one j car trier fix months til i column one tear column i unc year in the Director not Ming per J ear 00 i t n must to Jim 1 n U I nd 1 mile north of STOCKTON KELSON STOCKTON PORTAGE CO 13 oo h new and well UO formed wiH to -4 mi trailing 25 00 A w oturriH OSHKOSH BUSINESS CARDS Cf ROOD M D Surgeon T POINT WIS lice on Clark W A GORDON MTb AND SURGEON tl SAl Ha ru than WALTER FRAZER Book Binder OK an may bo left at the Printing Office AT LAW AND LAND AGENT POINT Wlo IAX AND wis Office on Main Street PARK IS COUNSELORS At 7 THs ll bn H CHASE J i in H IB Mil 01 A Ion Plover Wfc Lan WILLIAM B AGNEW and Land Agent Hooves ami or fc U b A C l L VXD VAHU E H A Brother Will ii Ohc 11 to the ion of Tine Timbered I3J ra is rain mei kerp m K C P R ii x O E Si i M in- AH i it on 111 I- I from w tu 8 Hon A i II ft 4 IMm lion Wfa Powr Bl KT BRETT AGENT WOOD POIST Wis n serrices o the public in all I REFERENCES t LT 31 fur C nh on unit if V In Keener do nx w Me -T H RE T IN iff Co At i I B n with iJ -I H ELLIS O r B C F P l Matches i Petat A HCI vu i 36 e Provisions STORE All PLOVER in l work w WLER 4 HOKIT and JAMES S ALBAN and at Law PLOVER WIS 34 ana CMER Free and Accepted Huong of ill kinds of hl Hall W VH Uken in all kinds of tioTAL OF ISD I I jnr K WM n W I a 0 F ft atoli veck of WORTH 5 O s v G M Co Mtt JOHN Unl CARRIER'S OF TUG kinds and friends again I am hero To say toyou all a Happy New i ear J ust one year ago old time did affix liis signet of death on tho vear One year has since come and passed Like a star's feeble light at the dawn of the da Last night at lone hour it breathed F ml a Find columns well H k J 5 and Ministers too with taat is new w well stored fho events of the year that e just passed away f events have transpired in the that's just tied Inat in years after this will bo eagerly 9 The tt odd in slumbers unbroken and sound brill while ages their circles roll Autocrats still rule Jhe nations of Europe in school May liberty's banner be quickly unfurled And wave its broad nil over the Woi May the shouts of the people in triumph arise And swell the glad song till it reaches the But I'll not linger long in the land of the East cross the blue wavo to the land of the West Aud see proud banner of Liberty wave H er the land of the free and tho home of tho brave The great ship of Staft with colors displayed ll f 5 J And the will cry out no more to dwell with the blest Mourn not that a has gone to his rest trials and cares and of life From bitter abuse and political strife From all these afflictions his spirit has fled And peacefully he with the illustrious dead He has taken his flight from this world of pain sound shall wake him to glory The hotheaded fanatics in madness and Seem anxious to blot out our country's Though the cloud of disunion now soon And spread its black in the skies The forever these slull And in safety glide over the In onr councils of Stila there aro HUM tra m I tried Who like Spartans of old will stand side bv Who toother at their When tlie faint-hearted cried is loaf Like patriots true they firmly will stand Should the storm of burst over the land Our troubles in Kansas at length have Gov WALKER las settled them all for the best The howl tor the shrieking times done And the last shriek for Kansas in oblivion with wondrous A nd eny to themselves how long ill it our own names in this column we Jhe dear never think a t is the ot the men ns v une know say why don't they Our he deems it his duty lo all tar near who are And who are secretly Come to there U nothing like trying tor lately ou young hearts 11.13 that elf of a been flying his darts I Our village though email is AH of is ready to make ller people are industrious and Wise As any that dwell beneath the fair i Uer yll Sabbaths by are gained To hear the great truths of the Gospel Ine wants ot the pnor are The cares of the sick and the ills age May heaven s best blessings descend from above A nd richly reward their labors of love 5 Bnt the year now passed away r Like the beams of the sun at the of the dav 5 it passed on like wings While wintry blast its requiem J While the world lav buried in darkness last night we mourn the old year let us bid it A mourn me oiu year let us bid it ncl J And gladden our hearts to welcome the new 7 For the year Fifty Seven as it from I I to tho world another year's birth Our country is onr grain arc We have but little by fire or by And time has dealt out with a lenient fund His quota of on the men of the lami the earth I And now as well kinds friends I each o ie at the future extends M yon safely pass thro its months and years With hearts by or M ly e'er be view in rusu the dvw May the of be as rhe innocent drea tin of a child May e'er H take from vonr store And treely the of the Then their homes be cheerful bright Uh the ol unl lit And one and all my task i now scarcely as yet my had ri V T i va ilw events of the year that Bat tLe Banks a sore time have had t A8 wdl I coold the first to the With panics suspensions and people J much nmn Ml I hasten times clear np that to a my week through and and warm will soon clear np that frown To brins v have a good time when bare Week niter down I've come to L But truce kind friends to these matters of ns now ting of things of Tbe of the are in I And plenty and the land tAng of onr and telf the news Will now be the of my Tho the have ruad before In the which weekly is brought to his and I'll now m ike a note The w worthy of your best In rf TW ever opposed to 5 at in a shivering Ty hand you paper from the Dear Patrons your will By me well for my Yearn a few vf that glitter and shine In pockeN I'll a piece of my rhyme j Ine to vnn a one? n ill bv nfl i m to cav t Hill I'll drink to with a MT to A NEW VEAK Wl MM DwJ tf I mm duck it In fn bv the nine a i of Hie Boons would stood well when there wew iff i Ho high w muscles hij hands bnt feet anything kind I ewr seen in I und depth J oin best tor them by relating sn th George used to lift ho OM of our State Senators I aboat eighteen Of ay when for first I took it logo a spurting of my neigh a few milea off Imd a that I though would wo Ii ia the fall And pretty cold it wu to put Oi shoes The Sunday had I in my beit butternut aix before bu found that the juu below my kwes my eoa stretched me M tight at a dried eel on a Hoop pole 1 suited barefoot wading the and till I home They about down lo supper and ior i- and milk and plenty of it Hie old mo a large bowl I required meet her least halfway aad I tut mj hand to take it but 1 bad made no lLo ibe wye yle between the milk pitcher ami ibe l nor of width of my hand I k the big oo one side and out went the milk over the table Sally jumped up and went roaring into another room dy merely remarked It off when it gett dry the old gentleman there TIM greater at sta Bm U was all over with me I saw all was I more I HW nothing more the clock Iryck ten Mr Boone won't you wasli and ffo lo bed said tie old Udr Yes Here is an irou I have anil I took tbe pot and found it to smalt I could only get nj H by in btt I got them in the pain wan so great hat the sweat rolled off my chin struck eleven Mr are yon not done ing your What did this pot cost I most break the infernal A dollar Bring me it w I took the axe and pot tbo old Wy Uw dol he door naw I following became risot the of in the financial crash of rushed into one ma gemral with a Wll in bis hand and the specie for it Vill pay f Vill M no M and redeen it at tat by M one tw I an i what TOO call wiM i t others Udu pay I fiy M ae I Wait I Hal I PNV m 1 a say I
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