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   Mineral Point Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - March 12, 1862, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                             VOLUME XV. CITY OF MINERAL POINT, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1862. T.tE MINERAL POINT TRIBUNE IS I'UDLISIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, In the old Saloon, corner of VioeslrcclB, .MtiK-ral I'oiut, Wij, Uy BLISS 2 for n uilm.ll, and fifty each additional animal In tune notice. Legal ftl Stilitlc Special Notice, U-mletl and kept inslrlc, prece- dence oT ordinary GO per cont. sulvuitci- on orillnary rntcs. There is in On iv pround or reason are we to he exempt from the common lut of useful work? expect this lonf L'no'l' My Capture anfl Escape--An Incident said corporal, Mr. of the War. i Davis, you've been df.ifte.l and must goto I In tiic r-.inUs of my regiment T .irrivcO the army. Newspaper Power. luirJly comproheivl i'io iui eii-sc power ol' aver Uie of Largo Armies.-r Vc read vt'.ih -wou'ler, in bnr-'feliool of tho victories of "Or broil n Just think of I fo'.t ycine nppr.-licnsions for Alice. in in Mifctv, find though I was a soldier. 1 dory, or fnncy knitting; can sin'.'find piny! frantlv contest I fcarod the riilos of tin him lo hind him. I dance and as to the rcal'an'd Confederate sharp-shooters. Xcar wliero "C" I rushed to the door s substantial things of life, we are ignorant j our pickets were stationed, was a littlco'd t-'ome on. my men and helpless. And with all this, forsooth, j fashioned Ir.'j we cannot think of down hie and cheering, nnd often made me feel to the lovel and conditon of virtuous, sad, when seated in little nook or intelligent men. who, in daily use-! corner of the hushes, watching the enemy fill work, are earning a fair indepen- Mow that old house madu mv heart dence! "'palpitate, ami drew Irom me deep and We arc ?o superior that we must h.-.ve heavy N'.t that 1 had ostone par- iiusbands to support us in luxurious ivlle- ticle'of my patriotism, or felt anv the loss ness, or we will have none. We arc wil- liravc anil willing to for mv conntrv: from him. A-iain they set upon ,vhieii onc cats ;jivcs character (o tho body. wieldly armament is n cause of weakii more success, and were proceed- what the mind and heart feeds up-; not of Those hosts whoaTi could iuuul it no Ion- <-har.ietcr for jjoml or ill. I number- slid look sn paper; j Books have power; and yet few people A army needs heaivii'-born com- roai! them largely. They are expensive, j miss.iry .acncrAls, quartermaster I mi 1 the pour purchase hut few of adjutants, and jtalf; its clvmanilii for Thev arc winded, and in our fast j tr.iiisports, roads, food, physio, clolhinp; liouse. that looked coinlbrta- 1 dashed into iho house, and tli.it moment down went one of the reticle. _ lini to pass the man to whom love would hut it would briiiv; to my mind pieinrcs sis 1 home and of the many pleasant scenes I was_ovcrpoivered ami taken prisoner. 1 from tho house; Lut seeing I was extensive market for tlic works of lie-1 mo'.is horse shoes t'.isl alone, returned to the combat. Uavis tjon lnu Ureat mass of bonks are. kept' treasury of a suit-in. Ihia-cr is followed stiil bound, and cuuhi afford mi as- and not. for reading. j hy pc-tilcn'zc; .Death cuts the thick w-.ui and Hut evervbiidv read-i rhe i Thev are cheap, and arc peddled- out c (rum the the ma- tlv broken by it} own Oa worth: ihov meet von in i the other hand, almost all tlie unite us in (he tcnderesc lionds. because ......._............, ......._ ._______........... _____________________his income small, and marry from posi- had passed with and brothers i myself marched i.-ll to one from wliom the sonl'turn" with around the fumilv hoard. J noticed that onc'n.v's camp, while Jenny and her About Marnago. instinctive aversion. Can we wonder that tlie liouse was occupied, and fair forms mother were left alone in the house. BY T. s. j so many arc unhappy flitted in and out. and onc in particular KIT two days 1 was a prisoner in the] Two maidens in youthful bloom and! ''IJul ci-jht hundred dollars. Funny; how i that drew my attention. I became deeplv enemy s eamp, invar fair fas Court House, j A Illall read n newspaper hoautv, sat carnes'tlv talking. 'J'heir is i' possible fora married couple (o'live in interested iii the inmates of that hccnme of Davis 1 knew not.j ror ;s 3o far behind the that he.! ton and Canine point the same 'decent stvle, in this city, on hundred and .is 1 thought the matter over, it seemed i would become of-re I cared not j ;s in his knowledge ot' passing i Kvcn Napoleon, with nil the RAIL f Time. TAHl.l- cITt-ct Monil.iy, Nor. MIN'RItAI, I'OIXT RAIL ROAD. r.otso sot.'Tii. I't-Iut Lravr Durlincton at M Arrive in War rcn r.oixr, NORTH. p. p. p. i Vou can live on that." i '-Live Hall! kind of a living T I ''Not in princely stvle, I will admit." I "Norscnrccly in plebi n. r'iinny. Kijxht i hundred dollars! Why father pays six I hundred n year rent, and 1 am sure our a-lyle of living is plain enough. i hundred! Oh. no. I like Harry better than nnv man I have met. 1 love liirn, no doudt. Unt he can't support a self, she cannot claim superior Ci." "Well." has to work through all the dav." wh.it eriuitahle rule is she   A ntnl Sii'lil-itli. Will Odicc home, up on our parents and relatives. No. Alice, the 1'ut tliat doscn't signify for me. no reason wh should sentiment jirevai think and talk s into (lie kitchen, i n i) .v r: n TiiWc. .lr., .1 Arnin, cminly. will Minn! tn t'.io ('Iiyincul o( i with nrcurBfy nrnt .M. VF Kin-'- lic.-.l r.pproacjie.'' a crevice through in ii-ouin i and cook- I il UKTO clearly day. Onr wliicli I could see the interior of the house, i If a man isn't aid" to support a wife have been weak in Iheir iovo for us: nnd and when the question asked. I could and in the style lo which she society, as constituted, has u'iven us see the m-.in start, and look liis wife in h: s ln-eri acus'nnicd. let him marry some estimate of things. We slio-.i.'d have been mnte face turned I Irish enok. sewing or washer-woman, required to do useful work in the h use- while, ilien sirirlet. then a dark blue: his j who will manage, his household with nee- hold, from the and should lia vc .sceuied ;o sravt from their sock- dy economy. Vnun; nu.-n who can't earn j been taught thai idleness anil indnl- ami tiio veins 'in his neck swelled ti know how the little I'rail creature, oonlil have so much. the wants of tho times, with something racv and new. Of course it now a.id i A since, says a Scotch ;ciiLle.man traveling froni I'm afraid have to liyhtihe pick- theii -tir up our ire. when a favorite opin- j a traveling froni it i-1 1'fi! "i'; inn i.-exploded. Thus the newspaper is to I'crtli, liad for his companions cts." .-aid father death, and i'.' ean but scare the em we are i jvirtrait of tin- w. rid of opposite.- and few ean aflord to do without -ilence vrc. the I two icinalcs extensively up. On en-- I tlic tiinncl near this Perth station. of tliom s-u bcsido him. but pn em- I.lnili-n, ICM i nr. v.i. r.. GENTP.M. ricnlcr in Drv firnr'ri' "bin. )l.irilu-.irp. .tc., Vrllow Slono. Wii or .1. II In Mnl MOFI'KTT. Did I say we were superior j ''One infer from yoar that yon ihoiight so." don't see how the inference can fair- ly lie lirawn." "Our circle for you saiil just now uselessly, and lilted for our duties as nln into the rebel wiv.-s and mothers, our pride and self inv own free will, but from teem are fo-lcred. and we come- to think ro" lny property from confiscation. I ourselves as future fpinciis. who fire lo lie and ;o save'a home for vou and my clear ministered L army, not n5 nlul a j' apprecni from beneath the crin- (lie ilireetion of tin'- rebi'l picket. I saw j ;l Jo7-cn Confederate r.t tort of the loinale beside him cnmc'or1 Donelsoii wore thrown, into the river, rathcr crccnod. the lost maiden, the ciuio Mlncr.il I1IC. WJI. I1II.IIKICKAMI, i. rii'iL- iloor .-il.c I "What do you mean by eircle rcfinotnent. i taste replied Alice. DP I> M i ifou'l say wealth." AND MECI'IASICM. w.STiw. "No: M.v in -ood _t _ __ slylo. is not I have heard him say more (linn once that we were living up to his income." ''Then we have our own sweet selves i with which to endow our No ANP HAIR PRESSING! Uovisos or lands no stock from which to draw an on which to supported in costly idleness. We n.P'. :i. in n r up st.urn irlll rnlin- r :h..- lJilli.ini in all ihiiiL's. instead nf be- Jennv. ministrants. in loving fulnrss to manv others. Xo w.mdor th-.it :-.n seniimciit is t'i prevail aTr.nni: vouni; men of moderate incomes in f.ai- cities. 'I'hc sin lies with us, Alice. Tin- sin lies nt ddor. 'Wo deinand tno in ibis copartnership. We arc not willing i to do our slifirc of the work. The lin-- bands must boar all the Vurdens." Alice sighed heavily. Her friend tatcs the t'onfcdc- j ot- floated in the .lennv s mtisket i'-.imc. [o her .slio'.ildcr. and as it "was she reeled and would !llp' 'lltcij have I'alli-n ID the ground, but I caught father, a j not join the rebfrl army. tlor ju n h.ul breeze, and the other in tho water. bin li-.-hi for the old Mar.-. Mnpes. troops in Missouri have, captured and the ,-ountry you hai-c so hoard pickets retreat-i four of Gen. Price's staff. Wo guess Ic.v.-d. and Jenny _ her fallier the most of tlioir they will set the C.'cnoral hiiiHclf. And about (he neck, and ki.-s'.-d him. ..n'urnsi'.n dashed toward the l-'edcral pro'liably it won't re (uire to capture lines, sumo half a mile will be ta :en sh'irt. 1 had made my eseape. but not through If it shnli be thought necessary to hold my own stre.ta-.'em or skill. Imt liy tlie ciin-; anv of tlie rebel civilians of (riiaslu'illo cpo anxictv. t but a siiv_'ic.. ulance at fior i htrv lovelv she lnoked, y.'.eadinc; DA u n E i: N r. imEssisc; !j.-.i'in- .1 in th.: rp.tm Hi-' 'I'oinl Hook M prepared tft v.iil up'-ri i: nny liourif Hi-.' ilny. MIAVIXO, SIIAMI'OOISC. IIAIT. hltKSSlXd, I havn read somewhere that ihe 'ie of heaven is tip.1 delight of fill An i il seems to as i dwell np'sr income; nothing substantial the that tin- approach claim the ri-ht of bciu- heavenly delight there must be that ,hpjc romes when she stands sucl, pathos, tha must into whieh a wile fru-e. but for her emintry and Iier fadier s 'I'hc nintfier was by him. and the L'reaL te.irs doM-n her cheeks and on bis shoulders. dear father, let us Xort'n I nclc id is a man. and we ean live i-i fjifoiy then: 'file f.alicr listening to the pleadings 'l.iu-jhtor, and the-c were joined bv pathos, that ho nerfiy of a and as "prisoners. ask that John Well be delivered over to our personal custody. An army ucncraliy has but two wing3, hut that of (M-iieral'l'ricc Hew as if it had at least twenty are Price is out of MNsouri. Mo has Jffiled its soil Prentice's keen appreciation of the hi- -tant Wf-irk brave frirl. patriotic liear: wuuld nut forsake IIT honnred and 1 cloved pjv- an'1. wbnsi> rescued lioi- father from the bands of tin: I Tlie she us with were in h-.-r father's li'iuse. She had ihern. and at eluded tho ....s-; you. paradise. ;is an old board that was ouutrv, il is probaljlc that '1'lie Navy invites pro- posals for the construction and cquipafjo of a of iron-clad Bteamerfl for river, harbor and coast defence. Those nce.lovl for the and its tribii- tarics are to draw but sis feet of water, and have a speed of nine knots an hour; those fur harbor defence are to draw noc more than twelve foot, and be ablo'lo maintain a speed of ten knots; those ciiisl defence arc to draw not more than, twenty foe.t, and have speed of fifteen knoti. The propositions will be receircd'" until the -_Mth of March.' WUMKN'S Jane G. Swiiii. helm addrcsHcd the of Minne- sota in the Senate Chamber a few even; in behiilf of women's Tlie S.t. Paul Pioneer says, shn .presented., and advocated the passage of a bill which was an embodiment of her convictions on., tho subject ot the of woman to ac- hold and convey property, nnd have ilie custody of minor ease of a divorce, where no crime or unfit- M.VTEK1 AI.S Vpftl'con'lrvnTly op. h.in'l anil T llir 1 Let mo iwclvo thousand did- j ol income. hr prosseU tlic Stars and .--tripea to his are circu- 'lar-.1' I "I hat does not follow buso.m. i latod ninon-' pr-oplo. and "Mow yon talk Fanny." I house I would consent Ilow l lovi.cl j In the quiet, cordial bow. tho earnest movement rcllectin? gentleman of leiwir.' laleN spent some days in the. region, or-the-oil- I in a friend, or more a stranger whom anv one mav T> alter,   

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