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Oconto Pioneer (Newspaper) - November 7, 1861, Oconto, Wisconsin OCONTO C. O N W A B D [EDITOR A1XO PROPRIETOR. VOL. 3. OCONTO, OCONTO COUNTY, WIS., NOVEMBER 7, 1861. NO. 21. THE OCONTO PIONEER published c-rery Thursday morning, in the' rillugc of 0 cento, by GEORGE C. GINTY. story of Hart's building 50 per ftnnum 1 for six months. To village subscribers, when lelivcred by carrier, KATES OF ADVERTISING (12 liues or loss) one week (i two weeks Uiioh ndditiontil week iqunrc one year I quarter of column, ono year, ,-Inlf column Business curds per year, not exceeding four iiics S5 SI tor each additional line. 1 00 1 50 25 10 00 18 00 oU iics, Legal advertisements nt the rutes prescribed All casual advertisements must be paid for im id-rance. Tlse Wounded Zouave. r i. CARPS. They cnrried him back from the fatal To the hill-side green and fair. Away from the presence of maddened men; And silently laid himtliere. Feeble nnd frtint came his faltering While borne on the sultry nir, The thunder of strife and the groan of Commingled with his prayer. As the life-tide ebbs from his noble breast, He turns from the surging strife, To his city home, nnd the dear one left, When ho struck for'a nation's life, ''Oh. he back once more .From the field of woe imd pain We sluxll part no move, for the war is o'er, And pence has dawned again. vus generally credited chat it' Hc-miami shoukl put un all tlie de- corations he had received from the sacred htinds of sovereignty it would be equiva- leiit to the permanence of one of his most celebrated feats of himself invisible. So we had never boon to call on Her- mann. A few dnys after his arrival in this country, howevrr, there i-amc a very po- maim is an Indian giver, and asks them baek. You think there are a good many packs thercj eh (handing the gathered cards to a guest-) Be pleased to count them." Only fifty-two a single pack." Of course that's told yon so.' He now passes the pack about among the gentlemen, and asks that each of them will notice and t-emeuiber a particu- no one denounces the practice nf hunting positions more loudly than the very men who come on that self same errand. They have got the nicest possible way of pre- senting their case. 1 have known some hundreds of them, and not one has ever asked an office. If a Republican he wants his services to be repaid, and the integrity of tho party maintained; if a Douglas man, be merely wants to be recognized a follower of -Bell and Everett simply asks an encouragement; while the Breek- rflcoHti'. Wisconsin. Ofliofi nn rm-r oar.K, 'tort worn Sui-tion street and Ouomo Lumber- mill _ _ _ nil 1 T 1 A I Ivil tlAnl) L. llAbJj. AoKsr. Oconto, A.M> OIJSTRTIUCHX, i seeretiirv, with si very polite invita- tion directed to Monsieur I'.lv.litcur, ask- intr the pleasure of h's individual, or our ftol'lective, acquain- tance to founded and consolidated at a little snpi'er which ,M. Hermann, would M'XT T o u 1" V I. Y t' it i ,i i w i >J i I Will sUti'U'.l .stricrly to p-ynumt of tux- on a ci'itaiu Prida ff. rerteeiiiitiK lands sold loukmp; j Friday dvonine bci ay evenii'.g at JXu. I'lKRCK, Oconto i-ounty, Wiscon- nin Wllltti-irl to p yiiiCiit "f t..1.s. loolail'. utter iHdsoivnciJ by ___ 2-9 WUITNKV, Jar card. A dozen of his guests comply.! ltlrldgu modestly begs the opportu- with tho request he lays the pack aside ot' Bowing bis loyalty in one of the and than with marvblous rapidity asks I departments, or as a cpmnnssary, sutler, thorn ir, turn where they would like to or They all have then- have their cards found. "Under the "In Miss F.'s And the third mentions a, still more improbable situation tax their ingenuity for the selection of ffi11 me- hiding places. says Hermann to Miss F. Simultaneously he pulls a card out of f-ays one. claims upon Mr. as one of them quaintly expressed himself some days ago, I am willing enough to sup- i port, Government, it' the Government firr'n Bny. Win ntul luring nf Ml kind ?ot.s. .'oil work lion'.- to Friday overling being possible to us and tlit terms of the invitation HO ex- ceedingly piMitk-manly, we signified our fixed determination to enter the nccro- inanccr's cave at the period proposed, merely HI ipulating that in case of rain, i he .should despatch hi.- glorified pumpkin .-.hell for our conveyance, other ne- performed tor the having I oat (would we could add. '-.never before A N t> B O VI S Wc.it ni'U- nf iji'O.tii'ii oppotlUo tho Kni- rire Karni'iii.'t' suppl'iMl with wlp-.it J. A- JOHNSON. tctAV AM' Sricr.r.MN. Stilts. Hopes itriM lUtcntiini to to niv.l ri-i-civu a continuum-'' nf tin' eoiif'ult'tvrt Uitli- inhim by of Siilc.s vicini'y. .............pu." BKNTZ, AM> Srr.fiKON. tender.! profes- Kcrvices to the of IH-ontu nnd Vu-inity. nnd to all .attempted in of the ilisap i peariug umhrclU On 'Friday evening at 8 o'clock, we! .stood upon the door step. Fifteen seconds later, we were in the di- ubuliisil, yc'i eourU'Oua presence ac- knowledging that Tin- I'rinoe rif UarUaoas is a gnntleinnn Oconto. receive n fair HASTINGS 11. BACON, TAT.T I'CRMC. pny strict attention to he pnyuiOJit of tuxes, redemption of liiudsi for tiixoK, nvikinj; out dundw, contracts, of lands, investigation of titles, i OuoiitOv Win. JOSEPH HALL, ICLKS.K or CtBCL-iT Coutif, Notary Public nnd Lund Agent. I'l'ij-ciuptiotiH acHurud. Will to tin: puroUiise itnd sale of reM. estixtc. cT tuxes, of in of titU'S 1 JOHN A. KILLIEN, ANn Srion MAXUKACTIMIEK. Green Bay i! U. S. Hotel, Thauktul sxcuvlv for past fii'vora from the citinens of Oconto he hopes to merit uontinunnce of pntronugc. _2a_ .HOTEL. S. rroprletor, HAVING roturtied from his outside has re.iolvocl to make the nbovo numed iiousc n not only comfortable but plcssunt; im ihort, A First Class House. Therefore, Jie it Known, that nt the Flag Ho ftl Mr. JOHNSON mny always be found, ready and willing to beatow upon the traveller that attention rcquiitc to COMFORT AND CO. Situated in the immediate vicinity of thobusU portion of the village, mul the stcumboa- iRndinf tUc proprietor feels Wftvrantcd in ask for d liberal ahivre of public piitrpnago. Oconto, December 15th, 1300, 20 FAIRBANK'S SCALES OF ALL KINDS. IFAIRBAUK'S A 172 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO. the Genuine. 45-2 JUSTICE HART, OF THE PEACE. TTill pny strict attention to paying taxes for non residents, and redeeming lands, executing collecting debts, and do a general ugeucy bnainess n Tin; of xori-cry wei-c anything but. 1'riiriut'ul. A ligliuid tilk-d with laughhig t'aees, opened by foldiiiL' do.irs drajuMl with tapestry, into a larger saloon beyond, whose adornments were not, the ordinary dry and profitless of the juggler, but a table load of fruit, wine, and' bonb.-) ns, afterwards proving themselves real by the most val- id tpsls of thu human sense. Surrounded by a cordon of editors, mu- and miscellaneous guests, Her- mann was nccromaiicing when we cavne in. A pack, of curds was in hand. He handed them to the gentlemanly editor.of the Daily------never mind. Is that a full The editor counts them, and answers, Correct in all respects Please to look at any card in the pack fuid remember it." "Yes1. 1 have done so." Ha- d the pack to the gentlemen nest you." (Addressing second gentle- "Shuffle cards, if you please." The second gentleman shuffles elabor- ately Hand back the cards to tho first; gen- tlemnn." "Now (addressing the editor) "you wish me to toll you where your card is. It is ninth from the top Look and see." A pause. "Yes! So it "Perhaps I have deceived you. It may bo an optical illusion. Shuffle for yourself." "Yes I Very well'" 11 Now be so good as to look through tho pack. Your card was the deuce of spades." "On you needn't be surprised. Of course I know what it through tho pack and see if you can find it." The editor looks with the same eagle eye which ho would give to the seruiny of u cotemporary's leading editorial "It isn't I thought not. There's a gentleman at the other end of tlie room who seems cut out for a necromancer. I marked him -when ho came in this evening, and recognized a fraternal likeness in him. He has been watching you has evidently spirited that duece out of your pack." The young gentleman indicated blush- es deeply. If you ever noticed, connec- tion with n morning paper has something dowcy and rural about it, which greatly contributes to tho preservation of youth's roseate flusb. The young gentleman, furtbermoro, strenuously insists that he's the bonnet, rushes by her check. It is the one which sMould be there. All tha cards emerge from their proper place of concealment wiih the same certjiinty. We then t.r.ve a little music, iliulame Hermann has a pure, delicious soprano, cultivated to its best capabilities in tho Conservatorc of Paris She sings us a duet from Traviata, with- the assistance of Signor Ardavani. Then, to the sound of applause wo march into the festive saloon above men tioncd. Hermann pours out a glass of champn.mio. We are about drinking healths with him class disappears The still in it: but much more otherial than even champagne, famous for mounting, was over known to be before, it goes off into nothing and we Stc, or believe we see. beverage, beaker and all, vanish several feet above the magician's hand, Quer- clously he asks us made you take my glass away? I did not ask you here to steal And suddenly convicted, find our- selves holding both the glasses in one hand Hermann relieves us of our extra bur- AN INCIDENT AT W. Hawkins, formerly a. citizen of Dnbuque, arrived here a few days ago from Lexing- ington. He has been living in that place for the last year. His house was sHuated midway between the pickets of the con- tending forces, and was completely rid- dled with bullets, especially tho top por- tion of it. His family escaped by lying on the floor. He was captured after the rebels drove in the pickets of the Federal troops, and discharged when they were lot off. lie relates an incident irs the fight com- ing under his own observation A Union soldier was crawling along the ground for a place of safety where he could shoot at the "Seseshs" without danger to himself. After some time lie found a place, but not sufficiently safe, he thought. In order to test the matter, he placed his hat upon the end of a stick of stovewood, and ele- vated it a feu1 inches above the logs and brush between him and tho Scarcely had he placed it there, when it received a whole volley of bullets, knock- ing it oil' of the stick. lie picked it up and ascertained the very agreeable fact that five little jokers had been sent through it-.' It is unnecessary to add that after involuntarily scratch ing his head, he got himself into safer quarters, rejoicing that it wasn't his head that was iu it." den, but proceeds to amputate a dozen e his prophet. The cities of the South shall be shut up and none shall open Jeremiab, XIII TO. ially from that of our volunteer service, and it is not to be wondered at that a man brought up in the strict school of military should sometimes mistake liber- ty for insubordination. In the case of the Sixth, the dissatisfaction seems to be gen- eral, starting probably in petty feeling of jealousy, and being engendered by tium and assistance. AN EDITOR RELEASED.--James A. Mc- Master, of the New York freeman's Journal, was released from Fort Lafay- ette Wednesday, after subscribing to the oath of allegiance. He protested against what he was pleased to call the indignity of hi? arrest and incarceration, and also against being required to take the oath of allegiance. THE WAIUUOU.--This iron-cased frig- ate, the largest in tile British navy, is of tons burden she can thrown broadside of Ibs. of metal, and has cost She is half as large j again as the next largest ship in the Brit- is.li navy, and could blow that ship out1 of the water. Each of 'her guna are about five times the caliber of those which three deckers tVagh.t their actions in days gone by. "WHAT TIIEV ROSE the- jester to Charles IX., once tried his mas- ter's nerve by rushing into his room one morning with the exclamation. Oh, sir, such thousand m-en have risen in the city I" cried the "startled king; "with what intention have they said Jean, placing his finger upon his nose, probably with the in- intention of laying dovrs again at bed- time." ANY OTHER common and popular term, has set originals at work for the purpose of ascertaining its- starting point. Being somewhat of .an eercheologist oursclf, and prone to search tho scriptures, we have discovered tho origin of the term. It can be found in the 17th verse of the 16th chapter of Judges, where Delilah was coaxing Samp- son for the secret of his great strength. He indulged as follows If I be shaven, then ray strength, will go from me, and I shall become and be like any other for Sampson! WHAT MR. ECSSKLL THINKS Mr. Russell, correspondent of the London T-imes, in a letter under date of Septem- ber loth, says: "It would be a curious, but not a grateful task, to cull the flowers of rhet- oric in the wide-spread garden of accusation and invective, that spring up. all over the States in reference to that, same retreat from Manassas. When tho stain is to be effaced it is not possible to- but I am disposed to think General McClellan will do it when he does if his troops are properly led by their re- gimental officers." I DON'T SKE Nelson was un- doubtedly the author of this popular slang phrase. At the celebrated' naval buttle of Copenhagen, Nelson was deter- mined to continue the fight, but whoso attention had been called to the of the commanding officer to cease ities, placed his hand over his good and pretended to look with his saying, "I don't see and at ouce or- dered a renewal of the engagement. THE LIBERTY OF THE to the words of Sheridan, i.n speaking of the attempts of the tu. under- mine the British Constitution may give t-'jem a mercenary rlouse of Commons; you may give them a venal House of Lords j you may give them a truckling Oourt and a tyrannical. give moan unfettered Press, and I wili defy you lo encroach a hair'a breadth upon tho liberties of England." BAKN.UM'S curiosity is a turtle wbiuh weighs 500 is said, to b.e" l.OOOyeapl old.
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