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   Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1855, Prescott, Wisconsin                               YOUNG GIBBS, VOL. I. Enterpritte, Education andMoralUy, the Essential Elements of Civilization EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS PRESCOTT, PIERCE COUNTY, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER NO Cljt Cratujuipt, is PLBUSHCD KYKRY rmiDAr AT FKESCOTT, P1KRCK CO., W1S., vovxcu-Giuas. m Mnxmm'f .StauNiodi X A M TWO DOLL A US, in PRESCOTT HOTEL, 0. P BARNARD, PivopRiEToB, STREET, 1'RESCOTT, WJS. New House and new Furniture. JDAOOAOK taken to and from the boats free of lenvo daily, fur liudtoii, via. lliv- cr ttiiblu for declue- in price mtdu to weekly bonnterg. 29U' Letter From Polk County. OSCEOLA., Pelk {Co., Wis., Novr22d, 1855. J MESSRS. EDITOKS; Leaving St. Croix County, with the of their junction; from which the water ia conveyed and poured in upon the same wheel, which is ample to run the machi- nery of a saw mill, -lathe machine, from which it is immediately taken up million of sandy hills that adorn its again, and carried around the point of a I ttoo f IKJtft Or ADVERTISING: adwtlriajl hi our paper; hi etmrgwi fcjoording to Urn Column oaa ytiir Iljlf '.V'tumn onu Unii-iur Uutntnn one On.; Sjuuro uf twulvo lincj ono 25 00 ....6 TO it LI ri i.l iv-j uuu I I] .-1 J oighi OU J.'1'ul at ilUo-flUiMWim irtli'pM HUP dollar for t'uo Br.-a inacrtion uru! fur each insertion. s. J JE A ti DSLEY" YOUNC: Office at llio -I'rcscott Drug Store. J. W. lirAitMi.r.T, M. 1) A. YI.U.IB, M. JS.innickinnic Cards. FLOURING MILL. C. B. COX oonr.uuUjr on hand the best article of iuporfiue Flour tit Uis OriHt and Mcruliant lint quality of Seed Wlruut for sole, also superior kinds of Seed Corn. Ciuh for wbctit. Kinnickinnic, I'icrcc Co., Feb. 14, 11955. KINNJCKINNIC y. y. i o. s. POWELL on hand, more Dry Goods, Orooe li'.'S.HnUjC'uiis, Hoots.4 Slious, ready Cloth- ing, i Mcdiuines, tliun any oth- er utoru in North Wisuoniin, which arc buiiiB aolcl lit Obicago pru-es. Kinntckinnic, 1-U'i, 1SJ6. northern portion, rearing themselves above its no less sandy hollows, to bid defiance forever to the encroachments of Agriculture, hove in view of timber; and had wo been us devotional as color- hill, some fifteen rods, which gives thirty feet head to be appropriated to the same use again, in the second mill, where it ia .permitted, as a servant, to mingle with the St. Cioix, and assist in carry- Ocutr. At Puivull's Mill enH bo fuund nt nil times the best quality of Huudoncd tisb, nmpje, bnttoruul and Ij'usJivoud Ku'uibcr. Meohntitcs superior urtlelo Of lumber be 11.1 woll suppliod bore as utiiny oilier mill in tlto N'ui'tluvi'st. Klunickinnie', Feb. 1-1, 1855. c Cards. eel Sambo, we would have uttered a iig the lumber it h.is sawed, away to prayer at first eight, that it might not! beautiful illustration of prove to be pine, .Jest there should be whatever is so unfortunate as-to be'corn- sand.at the roots for; had we been -sand palled into -the service-of man. sifter all our lifetime, .that'day's Tide from: the. fertile valley of Apple river to where we then would' have been sufficient to havo caused ua to change our calling'and'peddle grindstones. As it was, we were strongly tempted to re- turn to the valley where at noon we had picked the venison ribs, nnd purchase bur host's tavern stand, as the be in a very complimentary mood toward posaassmg the same wonderful propcr- the American armv. Nevertheless he as the parent gram, every one m- says some things' which make us feal j same marvelous prouder than ever of the glorious patri- I ductive powers _ ots of that day. ''When marching through the -Imeriean eoys he, "all the .regiments, together, with the artillery, were drawn up in line of bat- tie. Not- a single one was regularly i tt a man known to tliouT Cause and Effect. The people of Chicago were startled I on Wednesday evening, by the report clothed in regimentals. Every one the men wore the clothes wherein he life of liis m the had attempted tha and had his used to go to church, into the field The report was true, lo-day bo the tavern. They had, however, the 13 to b8 bunecl> and the V6 appearance of 'true soldiers well disci- 1 by n thllt a bjcath de' pliued. and saclia-militarrair thr.t stroy. Jealoury, inflamed by -the .090- not inuca to accomplish: literu- Thc Hessians in. Our Country. onary Tim '.-r-l-'rofessor B J by tJl_ V fcV VVJ 111 kjl lOli I 1 All muskets were provided turc of the m which decos with bayonets, and the sharp shooters! K.re glossed over with the Bimsy had rifles. They stood so motionless in excuse of wliieh mdulg- the line that we were really astonished. cnee of passion, of sensuality re- a gingle one. of .them permitted him-'. vcnSe ls accounted which the J- "nes> to utter any remark to- tmy of his 'true parposes of life are warped and dia- ccuiiaezcr. _ _._.i_..i- Wigs, fcohilaezer, what is much more, Jtorted, until they become hideous to the .aeriuauy, has; made a collection ot let- j -j fcmed Woct which the duty of self-restraint, tera written home by the Hessian offi-j that it dld of patient labor, of attention to minor du- cers.nnd soldiers, who were employed Q nd tjes is.never inflamed British Government m our Rev- fi reason and maguificd into a de- olutibriary War. The work 13 said to V 1 mnn hv ihcir wit-tod a set of men.- It is really my opinion of opposition ever springing up   t; vt' i, r. it.. e A n niul it HIIold iiud wklcly known liiudlurd. Uf.A I.Cll in Vi'itlnlK-i', .Tinvolry, "lusio, 1'ancy W.3. Suiiuiifry. L-, nnd un rciisi Kri.nl. Si.., !.i CI-OE.W, WU, ntyU', nud on Icrius. No. 100 J. C. 1) 0 l.OH AT LAW. Mi.nHMla Northwest can boast. whose nicri I'lmic t'i'i howevei- little pr.cdelecti V... tnin for the name, which livery had whip and spur, beeii the rate of two This is in Polk '-r'S. he i never ceasing to annoy us during 'the j i'. Oiilcrii will jii.-fii i A'n'KXO C.mrls in Piikntii, such mischief with Inger- IvOuf I11 will not be wond.-red at, therefore, so" s moral sense, will commit murder or C.Ula u UvlLlluGCi ntlulC. i ii. o fiir dficf i ia that -many of them lookms quc.'r sutcmpt, so.t-desaun. oil. but to touch -w to be defiled. 'Jhoso f.itbcrs ami children'tu icir morals, acts, from refer, conduct or to be a largo grove of popl U.i -u.i.i. I ...I K-tMi-. .i t iy -fctl in I'liit W X -..I....1....1 Al.-mni limd.'. i niul I'ilhiii.ru Cituulit-s in Miuuiis'olii. nml I'i.-nv (Vmity Will :ilao_ iiLloinl triiila Wllll the malll WOOd.' groves is of the blackest i wood continues an even and fertile plain inmhorscs were 'claimed. for the distance of five miles, then opens tinues to the prairie on the North, jIS Described Here we coma to one of the most bwrn-1 of ?lou5el' In Viicco at thn IU-J Wing ofilce nv rwiMissiox, To n.iv, V. A, UUIIMAN, St. IV. til. Win. Tor. iitntiv, Mill. Tor. L. Oflieo. llun. tl. Sir.l.rv, Atoiiitntiv, Mill. Tor. l.llttllA.M W. PiiKi.rs, "l-i.'.v. f, AT'l'O; Huci.-ivcr, lU'il Wuig I'.ugislcr 0. .NKY T. HA AT I rl ''I A' it KV' KI: i, T. iliviiyn in i-.i-iin'. l.'irulnM-, Ao.. 1...-IH itpnuiiril "illi ri'p ili-iritltfli itixl ori-- i i T 1 ants in general, all of Dutch origin, are i-Q1 (itul landscapes I have yet been permit- j Viill nllcntii.ii I" cnlniatcd i I gOOU people, tiic wiiiitii-.- t ti to view in isconsm. Tu ba sud-; a.ud covetous ushered out of a dense forest, after be, if-Vm litcn'" wllcn we marched down theh  fnnsissliniT nut. ii Oiiiuiw mull tMilOJvLU lo i.-v, iiLabia.i as uinsihnn0 or a SKH, of SPO-I- c-mscqncnces of which none proph- ,.f J.., lIMi.-, V I .tllVvUi ui ti UL ooUiU, i _ __ ___ I consequences'of which none proph- .tered a -word of exultation or et foretell. We entreat, from pn- attention to the lesson which the nr.ii l-'illnuiru in i.-fi.ii..iii. Will I. c.ttf l iiiul in I'li'i-cu County iiis., f-i'.v AND C'y. l.uy .-mil s-t-ll K.voluuigc on imtl iminuy uu iu un iiu'oiiil itnil sell Aiiiciiwui Uolil having rode a half day without behold- ing a habitation, into a 'prairie extend-! i ng as {Urns the evy can reach, covered ;ty _ __ __ ......_ _.....{ with farms under astute of excellent! urms neck and shoulders beautifully pretending, but stern and fearless patn- i: f ots and warriors of that immortal peri-! i t.m.t ro. tui, sp.nt. cause. recent National -4gricuHural shew becomin ami liking cleanliness above VI Li. 'ttrnt LOTS Tn'icii uf give! dolibly on the mind the extreme beauty linn tu ull wlio v.nvU it. iu.d i will wr.Mi'.l buying tl'.cir SUCH !1 SC81'1C .IS Was tllCll spread OUt :it tbi." mi noi-tf. i-i'i- -tro 'y if tK nn IXCMI 'iiE'y :it', I'. I. ir .1.'. n u ATTORNEY AT LAW. And G e u e r a 1 Ii n n cl Agent, II, fft. Vf'lS. dr vir1. ftMii r: is AT V'T l-l-li- -.illv. Town F.XCII AN G E. HANK IlN7G COMMISSION OFFICE ov A. u. ri.mr.l utt'Mition tn .Viirlhtrn llluieia; will make re- Ill l AND l'01-N.-M-.l.WU AT 1. !.iwl j-n.v t.ixc.-., I'l- Af. ll.Vn-i'. all-rot. Will ..-ivn i-rn a mittance of C I! A U f! 1! S II K A 0 A D 1. MCJJI-S. Vit-Ul, Merrill A Y, 11 JL.-fsra. I.cdcr A Co., N. V. before us. SPIRITED following Boston specimen of what a reporter once did lie adds, j The grains'of the C-.ilifornla gold are when duly armed and equipped, accor- oii the head; at de.id., inorgaiiic masses. How they got ding, to 'law, with a. brick in his hat, a 1T J the most, they put on a little hood, j into the gravel: between what mountain snake in his bout, and a shot iu hi.s IToro struck the BIj-aiss.ppi and j Horo nnfl you moct a cuuntry! mil, stonog> wllillcd by dcmental 6torm neck Superior Railroad, which is now, we b.-1 nymph with haii- flying loose, or. bound j winds on the bosom of the oocanic tor- ''Yesterday morniiig. at 4 o'clock, P. all. arc mostly without any covering they put .try it traverses. If such 13 the case, j pcrt in enveloping themselves coquettish- j these grains have within them no prinei- came to Northwestern Wisconsin must become ly in these mantillas; one of tho white, jplo of growth or reproduction, arid that with hi.s death. not only the most wealth v portion of our well-shaped arms will always betray it-1 when that crop was to be put. in, Chaos six small wives to lumen: the cm] of liis They have en these occasions a must have broken up the soil. How untimely In death we are ia tho the facts in accordance llu ieuves u child and lUt tin- liM-i-ii? tVi-i" i- t'.llll i ti it -I'l'Vis Un llt.r-.l tin' His with tin- l-i'-l nl' t'.-.i' i" onv.it aiul vaoi-ll nn WISCONSIN, H-.i.t in tir.-l l.viivcllinj: th. a nrc silwayi nut1, teams rnt ninur.vr. ii sf ON JPictm Y. n. LOVvRLL. vSIJKVF.YOR AND C4VIL ENGhNEKIJ, llaflint's, Co., Mill. Tcr. Is provided viih aceunilo Itistrumiints for Survi'viuir, Inyinrr out anil atul Dividing Will( jg all i-nlnistcil to ins euro '_ with prompt nnd XKVIluio. to call for the R. jir.LVti.L. 4- CQ., WHOLESALE GPxOCEUS, Fortcarciinc: ami Merchants, PKAl.KRS IX LIQUOHS, TOIIAvCO. HOPS. Jtc., No. Tllinoii. Ajrcnts fur lhc ScfcaslilicuUc IV.vikr. 11 A friend asked a pretty littlo f> nnnul-itfrl They have en these occasions a'must have broken up the" soil. How untimely cuiu, DUE uic most uenseiv popuiiKcti, -i i_ t i .-i-f. !i neat and very ensv.iging little bonnet .on diifcrent the o-ranis of our Atlantic gold midst pt life." when we take into consideration taut! tho undcr -h-ch thcy understand; sown by the prudent hand of in i this vast field musf be cultivated, the j how to look forth with their brilliant the kiricllr alternation of seed time and i pinery ine.xha work and atul Dividintrj our I.IJIIK.IO jn this lastiion tiiose f in the manufacturing! dancing, skipping about, offering "a j Drop a grain of California in to p'-'-'-'sc don't tell my doll." No. 19, North Clark St., Chicago, 111. M rMnulVtiirri.-. nwl Kciail. for t.-uo. il'.-.ntUiin.v ai.ti (-.Mi-n.-r Ul.ALnw ciooD.s OitocuRirs, v.iiiiinU-il ti'Vc Dools aud U. ,-..r-, t.ikcn in cxchaiiRC -lc. i ,-..rs., nr.a lufce -A s, Yankee C S. F. Mamtfactnri'ri of L O T H I N G And Doalors ls> .VISMIWG GOODS. and Oil TRUNKS, VALISKS. Ponih Water Chicago. ctrrc-r "f tif on bninl Ciiw I'rosli Vupplics '-f U.x-d.-' i.f nil kiiiJj nsmtlly kept in variclv stores, will riry rkrcp NOTICE! To Roitnty Land Claiimtnls. P, V. Foru-.ji nwl TustruelJoas tu lw vht of pn-curing Bcuc IT to Ibotc etititlcd lie of ift rfOogrtw of world, ami cities built on the Mississippi friendly greeting to ono, and always the pro and and there it will ]ic uncban- ready with a snappish answer when in-; Eed to the end of time, the clod.i upon l3 pas- i-T-K; ii- p.ii- IT r.-c that accompanica tho mind ot man. County with it, fertile soil and its en-1 everywhere- -thing it goes about, ..-I ssessed of it whom it is courtesy, an apple. At first we low itself, but it sends up a cUlicrite become and that speedily, the jrrcat I ww IISKH, oui u up a lt njay rcmarkcd tor tl ..rowiiif county of the Northwest ,thcm to be city girb or at least, spire, which comes peeping emerald Of honest poverty that nvari >ouhWL-t; the daughters of the wealthier inhabit-! grecn, through the soil; it expands to a raign3 most in U.osc who have but f, The Falls is a point ot considerable j antg of the country but no tbey were; vigorous stolfc, revels in the air and to recommend them: be remarked for tho avarice few trade, aud is accessible by .smaller boits the daughters of the poorest farmers, I shine, it arrays itself more gloriously atal, of navicr.t'on. Of its sit-1 whose clothes did not leava the least: than Solomon' in its broad, fluttering, uatiori 'nnd advantages I shall not stop! doubt about their station." 0 'An attractive picture of to i sels of that da. which one I ieafy robes, whose sound, as the west' if he knew Theodore Hook. the fair dam-j wind whispers through them, falls as replied the wit. would hard- pleasantly on the husbandman's car as j Eye arc old associates." C'olctnan, the dramatist, was and r1 e morning star of youth the day star of our mnn- Osceola, from which I write, is situate: }y recognize in the fcvr withered, palsied the rustle of his sweetheart's garment; j on the East side of 5t. .Groix; is a ;and stooping forms that time has left- jgtill towers aloft, spins its verdant skeins neat village, though somewhat juvenile; One of the most interesting of the'Of vegetable Ooss, displays its dancing i in nppennmcc. It has a splendid! is ai Cambridge, tassles surcharged with fertilizing dust: oj; l f niter the battle ot c-cratogn. 1 na ties-; and at last miens into two or three HIM-! lf.- water privilege, formed by. the aniwi en; v-ith 1 T i i L r r T "fe a saiil, Our '-two streams, with a bcautitul of, lv morc of counrryiiien, and of the nn cornl each of wiikjh is stutlilcd wiih; r i 'e iini-cf 0': ty more of liis British, aud of is not likely to hundreds of grains ofgol everone   

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