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   Yellow River Lumberman (Newspaper) - March 13, 1884, Necedah, Wisconsin                               'fc M "t ,umberman. 4 Per Annum. VOLUME III. NECEDAH. JIJNEAU WIj FRSDAY. MARCH 13.1884. NUMBER 23. YeUowMyerLnmbmnaiL avio OoaMBMOM Hvsthn, Sse, SsnAah Ha. Moaday nuUta of AO. U. W- S. at 1M, cvrica HTUOOUsT EPISCOPAL. -I' S CATHOLIC. Jtn. DIRKtTORT. OFFICERS, C H Orotf. Kaurw BJU4O8. Two IttOa abost, Unas-tolled and turn, KsUot of someskdl day, BsaMto a eabrfdnst half worn. Deep in UM oiawer they lay. Not mooh Not muoh to feoeid away. A broken toy: a book: A lock oT yellow aalr: A dead rasa with a aJwsUy look. nuckedwttan Ittbloom WM UUwre O. mother Ueertt wbost babe im ul Sfotf w Inumcd, alas, too wrU. Tbe Wtttw story, aad aad oU, You've turned to wwip. VTbertdark and Tlw ntldtoifkt Ml. leave ihrm. O, tttaogrr, In uwlr Your mttlit read amtai; but fc nothef ittould rMt they're By nuuty a tw. tml many tutlr kfei. JklUV III wounded boy WM widow, selling the miUc of she now dot flat and bar grandson, on ed to drive her oow "Never xuad, f scholar, 1 did wanted to of a poor itedin ol which what oottld and lame, depend- waa om A. If. IVrsUN, PreeMewU K. LYMAN, wa) LYMAN LUMBER COMPANY, rl' t me tO boy a mother I-ean do without 'Oh, j can't consent to heavy boot, toll j who can't wear th .only buy theae, bitor Henr you woal get alon THi: BRAVK HOY. VILLAQB OFP10EH8. tlMT ai Uit-'v. tf-i-'s J.II. Manaal K. I shall nover forget a kaaon which 1 i received when quite a young hul, at the academy in B, Among my wsr-ool fel- lows were Hartley and Jemsoo. They were lomewnst older than myself, and to Jemaon I looked as a sort of lutder in natters of opinion aa wall aa of He waa not at heart malieioaa, bat he bad a foolish ambition of ttcwfht witty, and he made himself feaxed, toy aafeey were, time. "Well, wUea U other boyi of tto scholar waa in ocw, he W laughter boots in part iculaf, mirth Bath. bravely, day observa'wr, weeriBf hte pi the thought not caring for ell be Jjll va i VWBi Physician ft Burgeon. mania aad being ever on "the lookout for owl- j tar of deriaion ami ridicule. Hartley waa a new scholar, and nttle I waa known of among tbe boya. i them tip to by ay that our of driving a day with eowhkta cow tt. eootent in dtrfaf right; ooder- i cow, for vaunt of PHYSIO 4. V AHMSTBONO HOUSE 7 U w. r. osT, Dr J. W. AUan oinaiandtr. H. U Pinolair. for ___ PAINTING A FRESCOING. HOUSE S f ,o nil' i lieil iJ PAIHKR. ,n i Armstroiig tnit i ti> piv J j' i' irta" I- i tl to run "ft. I GEO. DA.VIS. Dray A: Express LINK, whom wete btaMbewmspaestDf. Tbe opportoni ty waa one not to loat by be exclaimed, "what's UM att41kt f WMsl nVwVS) W fmPVB-t Bo TOO fodder oo? What wfll you tew for all tbe gold on ber Boya, if yoo want to aee Paris style, look at those Hanky, waving bis toward oa with a plcaaant smile, ami driving the cow to the Held, took down tbe bars of a rail fence, saw her safely in tbe in- closnrf, aad I lieu, putting np the came and entered the school with tbe of nr After srbwi, m tho after- noon, be let out tbe cow and drore her off, none ol an knew And every day for wecka, be went through the same task. Tbe boys of B. were nearly all sons of weslthy parents, and some of tbem, among wbotn Wits Jemsou, were dnnces enough tu down with a sort of todnve a oow. The and jwra of Jemaon i wen- ivnewed. He once, on H plea that he diJt not like the odor of tbo refuwd to Bit next to Hartlr-y. OccaniuuaHy ho wonld inquire after oow'n pronouncing tbe word tbe manner of 1 wuDtry With admiralle nattiro dwl Hartloy bear all thew inUy attt to wouti'i aud anmiy biro. 1 do cot rinu-mtMT that ho wan onoo Strayed into a or word i f angry retaliation. "I naid one day, "yonr daddy innke ft milkman of "Why askwl "Nothing, only don't much water in the cans after you nust that's all" The boys laughed and Hartley, not in least mortified, replied: ,_. Jalaa pcide with ridtonW oni Itwaabymre of kindnw------ day disoovwred by And now. aft Lnnber, Lath, Shingles, Pickets, avaid POPULAR GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents1 Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Wooden Ware and Groceries. We offer a Specialty in Teas-Fine totality Fine Flavor, Low Price. The citizens of Neoedah having in view the practice of economy will dp well to inspect our atook before purchasing. -------of praise. Edward James Bartlty, aud lei M aee yoni bonuat u As HsUiey, with Wnabing cheeks, t H aptearaoee, what a round of we. in which the) whole company; joined, spoke thr approbation of stocd on 'waved their bandkerchMs. The old men wired the gathering moist- from the corners of their eves, and bands. The clnmsy boots faet aeennfd a prouder, s crown would have beru i apon bis bead. Tbe medal was be- stowed npon him amid goneral acolama- i tion. t t me relate to you a good tutng 01 Jcmson bf-foie I conclude. He was heeihly subsnwd erf hie ill-natured rail- cry, and after we were diamuscd he went with of manly self-rebnkc in his and tendered bts hand to Hart- icj; making a handsome apology (or his _ PI FOR eggs, Butter, Etc., always bought by us. "18577 1884." The Oldest Drug Store in Juneau County, established in 1867, and changed hands in 1862, when the Cftine owner and has conducted the business successfully ever since, .----------_-------- orders answered witb earo and ilwpatcb. 'let nl! WILLIAMS A KIRK. BARBER SHOP. NEW LISBON BREWERY, H BIBRBAUBB, Prop be tl PH. OOODMAN, MerchantTailor FORTAC.I, WISCONSIN- tu UM The Beat of aaUtterlavl. Beat of Workmanship. Oar Mr. 0 0. WUOILET will laaactoa it, old naid Haitley, gu and a ramble m the loro we break np for tbe V8ratn.n." Tho and all, followed ex- ample, and then we set forth with buzxaa to the What a happy ila> it and girli1, never another who may more plainly clad tbon vour- nelves. There ia many a noble heart a wftli-patcbed garment. When- ever von ate tempted to leok acornfallv npon one in a or phun dress, think of Edward Jamea Hartley, the brave NwvwfSSSft TSSii ev, r to! >ad hi. gold medal. a milkman, I'll, give good milk and tf Indiana eat the borne of the daer when in the velvet One day, on the Sioux reservation, in Dakota, a deer waa killed near oamp and brought m en- tire. At eight of tt JPahlentote, a Min- neoonjon, of some fifty Jfears, dropped bis tumal stateucqae attlrnde.knooked off tbe horoa, and, seating himself by tho fire, begun at the points to eat them, velvet aud all, without cooking, as if they were moat deliofooa The others of the party looked on aa if they envied him. They Mid they "alwaya ate them _______ good measure, too." The day after tbe conversation there was a public examination, at which a, number of ladiee snd gentlemen from the neighboiiog towns were present. Prizes were awarded by tbe principal, and both Hartley and Jemsou received a creditable number; for in to Bcbolarahip, these two wwre about eqnal. After tbe ceremony of distribution the principal remarked that there was one i mize, consisting of a gold medal, which 1 WAS rarely awarded, not ao ranch on ac- count of ita great cost beoauae the instances were rare which rendered its bettowal proper. It was the ptim of heroism. The last boy who reooived one was young Manners, wbo, three yean affo, rescued a blind girl from drowning. The principal then said that, with per- nvission of the company, be would relate a abort story: Not long since some scholars were flying a kite ia the street just M a poor boy Sn horseback rode on his way to mill. Tbe bom took the boy, injuring him so badly that be was carried home and confined some to hta bed. OF tbe Mbohirs who had unintentionally caused dimtor, none followed to learn toe fate of the wounded boy. There was however, who had witnessed the acci- dent from a diatance, wbo not only went t th. 4 IV hotoacbn of CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. inspection Respectfully Solic ted ahips an average of orannea daily. Don't You Know OOTA A II M t tt Special attention is called to our extensive stock of PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES DRUGGISTS' NOTIONS SUNDRIES. Fine Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes always in stock. Together with a full and complete line of Patent Medi- cines; Perfumery, Toilet Goods, Hooks and Fine Stationery. Choice Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Articles. Pine Silverware and Jewelry at bottom prices for which special orders will be promptly filled. All colors aad shades in Mixed Paints, Fine Leads, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Wall Paper and Curtains. tj Havt OOTA PR A NOB.   

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