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Wisconsin Pinery, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1858, Stevens Point, Wisconsin AT Building per I FOB inure fcr column one three tix one year en mouths six mouths one 3 cur fix months year fl 00 1 50 S W 00 8 W 8 00 13 00 H 00 24 00 9.5 00 40 J CARDS NEWHALL HOUSl MILWAUKEE m STEVENS PORTAGE COUNTY or AMERICAN HOUSS MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN PER DAY w LLOYD HOUSE OF STREET Wla t i m the Directory no 00 advertisements be pai DIRECTORY G HOOD iff D POINT on Clark Street Physician over Peat Siaven i 36 H L Thomas B OK THK ROYAL COLLEGE OF UK M awl Howie ai ce and Residence on Clark Street Petal W IKC Dec 4 1857 r A GORDON M D IAK AKD SURGEON ISAI Co S MAKES M D HAN AND Office on Main Street t I W VAX 8 AT LAW rens Point Wis MYERS HOUSE f Tine House is located ou the Slovene Point and Berlin Koad 5 miles couth of Stevens Puint and 1 mile noi f: f Plover STOCKTON PORTAGE CO This Mouse is new commodious and well furnished Every mil Ue to moderate to the bouse Good stabling Attached m RO USE W OSHKOSH WIS hi tota al to ia Ibe Butt akca to ami from the I io WALTER FRAZLER Book Binder ers may be left at the Printing Office WILLIAM ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT POINT WIS I Practice K Mke pay locate I r nt F E n c E'S I Ken A G Kiln Li a Ft Hun A Refiner U B Office Ra ndt F H t 111 Ta S M Pa Julm Iloa Mil Man A Hon I Plover Wn summer ere I chanted to by lier Cottage gate An in tbe son sat talking U her mate Tbe frost of age was o her brow dimness io her And her beat figure to and fro rocked all an consciously The frost of was her blow yet garrulous her tongue As she compared the dotty Ae When I was young young gals were and Voted round kind of shy And when to speak did so They staid at home and Indian bread and Aid only went to singing aBu times to And children were obedient then they bsd no MISCELLANEOUS a year payable in ADVANCE The funny columns in the English derive more of their items for the ol this find in one of them this ludicrous dote of the itself f old a flood of won't be nothing left of it the deacon who retained a of good old New L superstition in bis try than from any other source said be after a resolutely towards what is on in WHOLE NO ih ing clock About half past on cried hia y night a human leg enveloped in one of bis coat tails while his wife rm W ICV w r j w bine might have been seen dung to tne entering Deacon Cephas both the women together kitchen window Tbe leg was followed Letgo entire body of a liv Yankee at- con I of of ired in his Sunday clothes knew t WM in short Joe Mayweed who thus But the women wouldn't let go to tbe won his way into the deacon slipped out of his coat while con's kitchen I from the sudden cessation of resistance IUT R CHASE at Law ISAU WISCONSIN ibern Wisconsin Banking OF ft SCHEFFER L A M Ca r Honey and LAND Leo te Say UK U a ai either ot he ti and coin for persons at Jt O N Wav l A W J i Smith Ilia Wji and Remittances made ute tat 01 tine or T w In Suith k New k DEALER I WT r T n for CASH and will J WILLIAM B Surveyor and Land Agent TTU Will aneol to ilic and of Pine Firming Lin I of of nnd all with Agency ft cr L KEI i r A O Firu U M O Gee Polni 11 on A Sie join S E H A Brother SURVEYORS A LAND SELECTORS Will attend to the protection of Pine Timbered pa He Wt ft ot sow of the bet thr State All tiv leil pine it JS cu HOB A C I Ui A C H A IMmi BURT LAND AGENT STEVENS POINT Wis his services to the public in all W a REFERENCES Hoi A G Ellis U S P A it do tt Gm W Marck 14th fil B BRETT taney But minded what mother eaid and learn say their Bnt dayi they kuow before they know their letters And young that tan hardly walk will contradict their Young women now go flirting round and looking And scarcely one in ten is found who motet or mindi clothes But I tell my daughter Folks don't do as they'd They had Bot do as they don't do as they'd t When I was young if man had he shot up house and hall And ont till if he red ont ft ill And his wife sold all her plates and hia ton came home from College And bis gale left school and learned io wash and bake and such like knowledge They gave up cake and pumpkin and had the plainest eating And never asked folks home to tea and ly went to meeting The man that was a bankrupt called waa kinder shunned by men And hardly to show his head among bis town then Bnt when a merchant fails the say he makes a penny His wife don't bare a gown the less bit just as many HID SOBS they moke their choice Wonder bow much tbe old deacon fell heavily upon the floor made by me not to darken forward and the nob of The 1 door again the young clock But no human power could open Promised him I wouldn't but it for Joe was holding it from the Inside winders with a death grip ders doors no The old deacon began to be nails to tear onto frightened He gave one more tug der if Sally 11 come down critter unearthly yell as of a fiend in promised me I'm to move about distress bum from inside then the here cause I might break my shins over dock case pitched head at tha and wake the old deacon feU headlong on tbe floor Cold enough to freeie a Polish tear here I smashed its and wracked its fair Charlie the Dutchman arrived at Seaford tome time ago and stuck down Hia stake Major who is very fond of a joke and that Charlie had his gun and was vety fond of hunting to him cue evening to go out and shoot b thicken of pines Charlie th Dutchman and was in great glea at the of shooting a half down of crowa The noon was shining to make crowing night Now Major was aware that there was a laige hornet's nest iu one direction so he sent Charlie towards the hornet's nest and he look another road with tbe un- that the one who first dis- covered a crow's nest should After a few minutes Charlie whistled and the major went to him E H ELLIS Law te General Anat BAY WIS or Percussion Matches Punt It LUCE WIS Clocks m Law nice Gold and Silver All work warrants rear JAMES S ALBAK and it PLOVER WIS drink costly wine Add ike fact to tke opera and ke hu to lie walks tbe streets he kit men show him all And what in my days were called are called liabilities They call tbe man who ruins half tbe hit to we gare pity Bat I tell my daughter Folks do as they'd They had not do as don't do as they'd t I was young was it bad ao other name And when twas against a man Ac bad to bear tbe blame called a man they wasted no fine feeling What folks call petty in my day was called stealing did out mato a reprobate the of song or story At if the Moodier were bis balds brighter was bis And a bad tbe They bang him as they would a erow a terror to hit kind Bnt it to BM waea blood A baa sympathy to his guilt And when tbe law baa proved a man to be a second Can A down wiH to btsi in Ob here comes Sally The beauteous maid then descended with a pleasant smile a tallow candle and a box of lucifer After re- a rapturous greeting she made a rousing fire in the and the happy couple sat down to enjoy tbe sweet interchange of vows and hopes Bnt tbe course of trne love CtD not a whit smoother in old kitchen than it does elsewhere and Joe who was just making up his mind to treat himself to a kiss was by tbe voice of tbe deacon her father shouting from tbe chamber 1 middle of the night for Tell him it's most Joe I can't tell a said Sally The current of the deacon and old lady and Sally fled up stairs and Joe Mayweed himself from tha clock effected bis escape tha same way Major here ia a tam crow's nest u pig as a bushel It probably has young ones In it Charlie go up and clap your hand on it and catch them Charlie doffed his coat and hat and boots climbed up the pine while the Major took the precaution to lay and cover ap Charlie clapped his hand on the Gott Major de nest gentleman from the rural districts recently passed through one of our on Market street was a large of red head dfe which observed his How many barrels of whiskey have you in store t inquired our friend of no of the with an air of treat interest Three replied the clerk Three thousand repeated the countryman speaking rerr ately ten to the barrel is a low estimate and how many fights is Unit Thirty promptly the mathematical clerk Thirty thousand barreled in one house Heavens what a war is in prospective and he passed on in a very brown study Banner Antoinette my dear what ry is opposite us on the globe t Don't know Sir Well teacher If I were to bore a hole through the earth and you were to go hi at this end where would yott come Out of the hole replied the with an air of at ing solved tbe great question is full of de little crows Major A couple took up I'll make it a truth eaid Joe and running to the Urge old-fashioned clock that stood in tbe corner be sat it at fire Look at the clock and tell me what time it cried the old gentleman It's five by tbe said Sally and corroborating her words tbe clock struck he entered Tbe next day all Applaton WM with the story that Deacon clock bad been bewitched and many believed his version and Joe Mayweed effected to discredit tba whole affair and hinted that the deacon had been trying tba experiment of tasting froxen cider and that the vagaries of the clock iated only in hia distempered the interdict being taken off Joe was allowed to resume hit courting and won tbe assent of tha old people to hia union with Sally by repairing tba 100 f aim 11 tie crow bite me Major de tam I Poplar street At bite toe all over how next gentleman said to dey bite Major I'm coming I tell yon tlw I'm coming My dear this Is street aad And rare in h nan dropped to the ground and ran i j about quarter of a mite without hi ml and while Major contrived to slip old clock till it want as well off wilhoat bitten Charlie put on his hat and a Kule craw which had taken in the hat took that opportunity to bite him on the head warn he picked up His coat be it with wows Major i of dwc tarn off promptly replied bis better half il will very become Hallo do you Bell By the long has it bean cm Four fact Mean lorig is k yon cut it No longer than it is now ji m pn I say I'm nod away Charlie I old fellow you are to bright and did not stop so fag as be the Ito hornet five Tlw lovers aat down again and re- turned Suddenly the staircase began to creek Good it's exclaimed Sally The deacon by thunder cried Joe Hide me can I hide you T onde the distracted gill said he I'll in- o the clock And without er word he concealed himself in the and closed the door The was dressed and seating down by the cooking he aes I now to Name Kelt day down I want waa alone and I axed ner if ww in She be wasn't amid hat I wanted him colt hat foot and I oome to aaa if UM wont lend me his man to go to town She said sbe guested tra would I'd sit down and wait till coma in Down I sot she looked wrier strange and my heart felt queer around the edge Are going down Io tin's T after a while sei she Sea I reckon I would I Six she you'll take Patience Major had b reath to speak to lie and Charlie saw the force of the Major if yon tall dis when yon go home I yon five lar and van tell U you is OM rascal and I fight you bribes and Major was engaged nearly alt night in raising riti tam Hula Down east put a in for swindling He dried snow and it for salt The best sleigh bells aver are a pair of rosy cheeked firls from Dobbs said he Well I shall bare tiaw to smoke three or four pipes aad then I'll go and feed the ters yon better feed tbe suggested tbe dutiful Salty smoking my bead and wakes me replied taa deacon who seemed not a whit disposed to hurry bis will be signed of I CaUl a to be went tbe old clock j deacon rad Ses she I beard yon waa going to Sec I I wouldn't wonder a Wu I looted at her aad saw the Inn cummin Sea I saaybe ax yon to be Sue ria np aba faon was as red as a boiled beet Seta and abt couldn't say any more so InD WW laying his md Accepted ia all I of M Hail I do as they'd i Way on UM what oa an aU and KATOV at Uw M B I 0 P j It's only tba clock atrikiaf f Sally Wan tW Aral estate Aa was goins bensa bis sweat a few Panl I isar I fti to jmi woat be nti I nt MrM I nWr a saa I nW I JM taw ber a a nng IM s naif who had am with tha Wn tnt w tin 1 The following bean unanimously adopted by the and are ed to be 1 later softly 2 Sit down quietly 3 Subscribe for the paper 4 Don't touch the fi Say nothing ia no 7 9 Keep six feet from tbe table 9 Don't talk to tbe printers 10 11 Byes off these rales a printing office will oblige and need have no Tha ladies who Uaas m with for a faw are not expected to keep UM rules very strict it will be agreeable to us to bars break the Mitt rale as often John did yon find any eggs io old bee's nest this morning f If the old hen laid mislaid them o Why don't you your ring my daughter when you go out walking Because papa it hurts me when any one squeezes my hand They kill bed bugs in North na by stoam one wheel catches them t by tbe nose mother draws their totth while a neat piston rod punches down windpipe A good maa and bis trow sat up till Capping tune tba latter after a fiU stretch cooty said vish t vas in Heben Hans also yawned and replied I vish I vas in der The eyes of lew wide open W sba exclaimed 1 pa pound for yon you always yourself hi der best place Bays by are to drad n a what ka nailer A who n The quickest way to get ap a walk is to take a promenade with a young lady who has the sulks Tha day a Jew wan an and kept at kum nMil ing rouad he tartly don yer sowl if it ban foe tba Savior Join well An at bis son Jake a can an own naife T saam
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