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Trempealeau Representative (Newspaper) - March 2, 1860, Trempealeau, Wisconsin TREMPEALEAU REPRESENTATIVE Vol TREMPEALEAU ex. The V FRIDAY W. Publishing Of fifty conw per payable In if paid within u mouth from tho of cunts additional will be RATES OF Ono OHO M if n it 20.00 tj lines or Kuch or per bo paid in 11 2[ 1 i imi f ft u SWEET NETTIE O Making love la Everybody said that Nettie Gray was a not one of your polished city but a saucy piece of nature's yet gentle and possessing a debth of ing and sentiment which few are aVle tor Nettie as she waa had long been loved by one Charley G handsome young merchant who kept the only store village of N boast where i I1 ii i i. ii IT ll si t 51 fii 7 in I i iiv 17 i l 3 r s. 111.117 -j 11 -I in 1) 12 ii i r he had for some four or five years delt out hardware and a ol merchandize to the villagers and rounding and had a little a part invested in the which at the ol her she hud been obliged to dispose of find take a where she could live less while from the surplus price for the cottage she re- u. nice little Charley s1 ii 11.11''.'i7 M in had also taken the widow s eon into the us hia increased business it necessary to procure The salary paid to svas help to hia for which she was very and never tailed to speak a word in iiia whenever an opportunity pre- 11 in 1 C fi 7 s 1 II 11 ill 17 i i i. n r Ky. if i t i i V. A. (i -I II C. r S. 1'iXnM. f. In- r K. A. Nic K. S L A K on A. w. NEWMAN and sit or tlic Town EX Kit A LAND A 0 E N with the numberless acts of which Charley wus never tired of made him the hero of that liule and caused him to be be- loved and both old and for many To say Nettie indifferent to hia many or the ardent love he en- for would be doing injustice to her But tlic spirit of seemed to possess though she was uniformly kind in her disposition towards her oiul would freely and un- witn him upon any when hu tho nearest io his slie u frightened Not that nhe was of or that the subject was distasteful to her own heart was but sho to tease aad heartily enjoyed his discomfiture on such Sha knew he loved her with al the strength of hiu and she had no fear of alienating his affections from event which would havo given her the deepest Charley had begUil to think seriously of not? There stood the cottage with many of woro bending under their heavy load of rare It ed only the presence of his bright eyed Nettie to make it a His in- conio was more limn to their most extravagant and why should he not Many times he had visited Nettie for tho express pose of making known his but had been as often prevented from saying what ho wanted to by the little at the uttered on the To tut i acts l- mid t nt ANDREW Of nil and Manufacturer ot anil In- lore you IIP FRANKLIN FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. 15LOCK MAIN Fun ilu attention is given to of or contents oti for throo or live or 1'rojx.Tty. paid in N. r. fas i with rich in it who accepted his was out of tho It waa Nettie he and Nettie and he felt elie returned his but how could ho ever get married if he uot permitted to must resort to stratagem he and he partially formed runny plans to bring the little beauty to terms and as abandoned His mind was busy with such thoughts as one bright morning in September he walked farmer Gray's He leisurely ascended tho at the top of upon a lovely table stood the great old when he waa startled by a familiar the I want to get And looking he beheld ed in the spreading branches of a large apple tree that stood in the field near tho perched vipon the round of ladder that leaned against a pear was quietly filling a basket a replied without looking I have got my ket almost I'll come in a again called the impatient voice of his Dick began to there waa something for as he turned his eyes instantly caught sight of our hero coming up the but a few rods from where they He ly descended the but instead of the ladder to assist bis sister to he gave a loud threw his cap into the cleared the wall with a and ran rapidly down the at the his Mr. I've treed a Then cing his hands upon the before he turned some five or six picked up his and ran with IMS to the Tho little loved mischief as well as Chat ley's first thought was to go to the assistance of and leaped tire wall and approached the Taking the ladder from the he about placing it for her to when n sudden thought suggested cannot run away from me and not to consider the ungallant he grasped a lower and some gay swung himself lightly and took a seat by her who was an amiable and could take a joke as good naturedly as she could give only laughed heartily at the trick her brother played upon complimented Charley upon his and invited him to help himself to the blushing fruit that hung in such ing profusion about After ting on a variety of he mined to approach the and if get an intelligent For some time he sat in ho I have something to say to have she help me and you can say it as we walk to the saw the mischief in her and resolved to go on without heeding her yet he changed somewhat in his of I am going to be Without heeding the playful glance that waa raised to his he went my is now have a pretty needs only tho additional charm of a pai of bright I have found a sweet gentle whom I love with all and who is willing to become and I have resolved to have tried a long time to tell bu vou would not hear Nettie had listened to this speech in utter had ed that she was the beloved of and she hnd teased him to her content to listen to his and become his dii and loving But her hopes were now suddenly dashed to It Was too A giddiness came over and but for the support of Charley's J she would have fallen to the hnr and feared i 1 o It was but for a I She regained her and sat up rightly by his Her face was very but her eyes flashed proudly as she and there vas a spice of bitterness in her t ask the name of her who has been honored with the offer of the hand of my noble let me describe She is a beautiful and of a warm Sho delights to tease those who love her and often she has given me a heart I love her deeply and and it shall be the object of my life to guard her from to protect as far as I am from the slightest breath of and I shall be abundantly rewarded by her I have never proffered her my tho' she has long possessed my I do it can you ask her Nettie gave one inquiring though but half comprehended you be my she replied half y. you not forever lost to if you will consent to be She realized what it would bo to lose her head sank upon his and into she I Soon master Dick came bounding into the one filled with a large slice of bread and while with the other he tossed his cap into the ng that he fully comprehended the state of shouting at the top of his Mr. ain't you glad I treed her for Both greeted this sally with a burst of and soon all three were ed in a wild romp upon the green We hardly need add that the same autumn witnessed a right merry ding nt the old mansion of farmer AX We see that our in ent parts of the are mentioning the old men living in their respective counties and Bucks county can also produce some venerable in point of will com- pare favorably with those of other parts of the The most aged which wo now have in our mind is Mr. Safety ol Northampton who is now almost yenrs He was born in Southampton and lived for several years with his Thomas in tho house in which Horatio GK Yerkes now He all his faculties to a remarkable and has n distinct recollection of events which took place nearly ninety years Some time since when on visit to he related to us the ing incidents connected with the battle of the now fought on the first day of of which he an eye He was living with my Thomas in Southampton in tho house where G. now On the morning of the battle of the 13111 new I heard the firing very and a black named und mysell concluded we would go and see wh was going I was then about thirteen yeara We started from the house and went directly where the firing When we came near where now we heard a heavy volley which brought us to a The firing was in the The British were in pursuit of our and chased them along the road that lends from Johnsville to the Bristol and also through the fields from the Street road to the Bristol They overtook the militia in the woods at the corner of the Street and the one that lends across to tho Bristol When the firing had we ued on to the where we found wounded near tho they appeared to have been wounded by the and were much cut and ed. When we got to them they were groaning They died in a little and I understood they were buried on the They appeared to be We then passed and in a field near by we saw two horses lying were One of them had been shot in the and the gun hnd been put so near that the hair was While we were on the field i Harry picked up a box that had been dropped or torn off the Shortly alter we met some of tho militia and when they saw the blaek fellow with the they be- came very and accused him of i robbing the and took i; away from These dead horses were on the farm of Col. Joseph Soon after this wo returned The last man was killed on the Bristol at the end of the road tbat comes from A British who ed in the battle of the was taken to the house of Samuel who lived near His wounds were ed and he afterwards returned with the troops to This aSair created a good deal of excitement in the is atill in practical operation amongst A few days since a raw boned with a complexion very strongly bling that of boiled arrived here from Pittsburg with a couple of but deeming his flock too small to start to Salt Lake held forth as to an admiring at a house over ness of his domestic Hia text y- Burnett a Hole bu The following scene is froos real having occurred at North bridge at the hotel occupied by Old Zack the man of work the was fond of good or indeed liquor of any and being generally the with a view to the short of was in the habit of ing on all remnants of liquor left by the progressed for some keeping Joe pretty well when having occasion to make some mixture for is and Weemen is n and the I want to any a few words Io you about not for my own sake but for for men is and is is built on that high old principle which sez that it isn't good for man to be and a mighty sight worse for n Therefore if a man feels good with a little a s deal of it ought to make him feel an ful sight first principle of Mormonism that woman air a good and the second principle is that you can't have too much of a good Woman is tenderer than and is necessary to smooth down the roughness of his and as man has a good rough pints in his he ought not to give one woman too much to but set each one to work smoothin some ler think I'm over anxious for you to jine for I I'm not for my good but for for men is and is said woman was tenderer than but you feel stuck tip about for so she to eho was made so a But how was she made Where did she git it she was created out of the side bone of a and the of a man is like the of a tenderest part of as a woman has three side and a man only of couie she is three times as tender as man and is in duty bound to repay that tenderness of which she robbed And how did she rob him of his exactly fls sho robs his pockets of hia loose die took ad vantage of him when he WHS But as woman ia inore tender than so is man more forgiving than therefore I won't say anything more about the or the small change but invite you all to jine my for I'm a big shepherd out our and fare sumptuously every day on and fine I first landed on the shores ol the Great Salt 1 Wasn't rich in I had but one but men is and is and like a shepherd I begin to in- crease my Weemen heard of us and of our and they kept a in. They come trom the they come from the they come from the they come from the they come from they come from and a few of from and from the miserable owner of one old I become the joyful shepherd of a mighty with a right smart of friskier and fatter than anybody and I've still got room for a few I said Pm not tickler for tny but for men is and is I'd a leetle rather you'd go along with me than you fat one with the Don't but take the chance while you can git and I'll make you the the I'll lead you through green pastures and the high show where you may caper in the sunshine and lay down in pleasant as you are m pretty good condition already in course of time you shall be the fattest of the Jino jine for men is and it The appeal was At the last account the fal woman with the had and two or three others were on the with a decided leaning toward the ful ing a diseased had need of nitric or that article ing one of the ingredients of tho Taking a comon bar and ing a sufficient of acid into he went leaving the tumbler on the and a drover the sole occupant of the He had no sooner passed the door when in and seeing as he a tumbler as with some too to be im- mediately looked through the wac threw himself outside of suid then went to chopping smacking ips at the unusual strength of the Shortly Old coining iu picked up the to go on with hia medical but was very much surprised on it Inquir ng of the he was informed that a chunky man had drank it. With an tion and consternation ed on his he rushed out of he room in search of expecting to tmd his dead body not many yards He passed around the house und in tho buck yard found Joe doing extra tion on the working as he ly did when he hxd on un extra amount of After getting over the following conversation en- Old did you drink that stuff on the I thought that It hadn't ought to be you All right I How do JOH how do you feel after I feel first lively a but you anything out of the wrong about Well no. not fust rate takes good goes further than There only one thing queer about it which I can't get the he drew bis under his f my I burn a hole in my A person more remarkable for than good of those of and reckless of pry the liberty to question Mr. rather closely his genealogical tire a Quadroon Mr. am replied Mr. who had sense enough not to he of a descent he could not your a your answered the whose patience was may I inquire what your great spe Dumas with a fierceness that made his shrink into the smallest sible ape My igree commences where yours the Grand winter the Michigan Legislature a in really abolished the Grand Jury having made it either to indict tion or to a and for- mer is receiving the decided Vermont has followed in her and now the proper i of the Wisconsin Senate are taking tion in the same Morality is the grammar of God br their 't easier to just and not minds their
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