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   Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1860, Prescott, Wisconsin                               VOLUME 5. PRESCOTT, PIERCE COUNTY, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, I860. NUMBER 51. Store POETRY soon a little glow waa kindled, and I the only saucepan set over it -Kith a lit- 'l.i. .1. _ ___ ___ COAH1JGS S3. -'I.V.'.L lIl-.Uil.VJ, f-M Tves Beard, arc now opcniEg at thfc old aland of A: A New 1'oein br WTiittlrr. in a reconi number o tho X. V. Independent, "on a prater boot, M-ith jia front i Ary SchelTcr's'Christus Arucri canine by tbc- omi.-sion of tin- black tie water, and the uninviting repast was tie dead Emily back to himself.' She had t he said, half ojes just like yourn. prepared. You cannot eat ft, said the j tcar was brushel aside. great brown You make to Alice, who had never beheld such bounties before ..VTE3 J u I a large assortment of Pry Gooon, Groceries, Boots nml j Qucensware, which tliey offer ta Ihe citizens of s may r. c Ci 1 al t tm co M 00 20 00 15 00 5 00 6 00 4 09 1 00 CO 10 oo 6 00 esEr.-'. t uml.rr.ctK priues (in olyect to jrivo N3 a call, we fihall con isder it trouble to ibow them through our siore PrracoK, Oct. 4, 18o8 PREBO0TT STORE! A. HA? .hist leccired antl iv-ill cuinplf-ic assort rtmBut Job cbnbt.'intly on hand DYE STI.'FKS, VAIINJSHUS, DRUGS MEDICINEfci, COMM5CTIONAKV and CIGAltS. i unJ i nil other articles nsnnlly kpp i are of Uie lirst qun1it.r, anil j will ht- us low in any market in the upper country VivFcott, May Iw, 1968 BANKER 3. _---- Wisconsin. PRESCOTT I LIVERY j Barthulcmew Nash, Prajt'rs. iVi.-- r.n Broad strcrt, wnuld respccifullj' j jiublic pcnerKllv, that tbev arc now pre-J puch'afiivish with teams tlitin j vuifr eonie adilitious io their excel- j "ATTORNEYS. j A iuforin th t -U.OU AT AND -r 1'rts- tr, inipt viDCnl "f tilXi'f i-l-tr to to Hmlsor; Kivcr fn Fbort notice, fur tiic ricc.wwMfMii'm of trfivi-Iers (irriviuK by boats. PLEJSUItE EXCURSIONS (ilii-'l out linrKcs Jinr! carrisjcfs iQ of style, sr PAUL IHOW STORE! NIOOJjS BERHETT L A Will'. TL.IV.'. ITrilOJ-K-SAI.n in Iron, Cast and Plow Stoel, 11. r. LAW r.ii.1 jml through wi i' Vict-s, and  horu, The of mercy torn, TJic denr Christ hidden irom his kindred Aod in bi.s poor ones crucified afresh! Church reverend head of Jay I'.nlsftloc'I its rilreredhnir Adorn? no placrs of her prayer; And brave roung Tyng, tco early called away, Trouble? the Haman of her courts no mnro just Hebrew at Assyrian's Ami her ritunl, iK-imttful but dead' As the dry husk from which the grain isshpJ And holy hymns from wbicb the life devout Of saints and martyrs has nigh gone out Liiie candk-s dying in exbr-ufted air; For Sabbntb. use in grists are ground; And ever vliilo tUe. sjiiriturvl mill goes rouD'l. the upper njid the netLur Viiscen, unheard, ihe wretched And urges his vain i.Va, Oh, hvart of forth AH from the M'.nnt of Vision I K-hoM fi-ct, ihe Church o! Christ on TLo irjartvrV drt'iitn, the golden age foretold! .l-un-l.ttt lust, the mystic Grail I see, Biimmed with bli-sfing from lip to !ip And over all, the bDiig of angels hear, Songs oi' the of Humanity! witU the same Jooli ho vrorc ItaiUng nnd Wcssing on shorf, Folding together, with the all tender r.iigUt Of His grc-at love, the dark Lnnds and the white, Stands soothing every pain, ".iyUt-antt bTC-a'sing cvt-ry chnlnl _____ What a luxury to -j-- ___ mo even a slico of that good think of her every rainute and a big j home made bread and butter, or one of i tear was brushei aside. She has laid those delicious, steaming1 buckwheats child, whh tears in her eyes, as her sis-'-m her grave three months come tor put aaido the dish, after a slight effort a ose ecous, seamng ucwea Sun- j And yet, the ruddy.boiled ham, cut in i to eat. You have done very nicoly, little she said hut T do not fell j much hunger now. I think I am past j with and be that. So take ihe reat yourself, darling, j to ]ittje Bennv v I never expected to Bee you reduced to, i Qh, sir, will you take mo V saul n- baby, our little Benny, hag j such generous slices, the pellucid honey gotten all about her as waa so fond of i fairly overflowing its waxen cells, ihe him. lie would leuve bis mother's light golden .and deep glass of I arms any time to go to her. Will you! spiced apples, formed only an ''ordinary ie a sister j repast in ihe house of: tho prosperous fViTiwni1 farmer. When supper was over, little Benny Jl t wlJ, EJH, HUl VUU U.U i OiitU If i'UJJpUl VTilO VVUI, JlbllU -1-H.lllJJf this; but it is all right, no doubt. And the child, her fnco glowing with eager thought it tinoe to wake up. and sat on fllVfQVS rGCQCniDCrj A-llliO tllUt SUV 1_____ _ vs, liia any amount of suffering is better than the excitement. jj0p0] frame trembled with the his mother's lap whilo Ann cleared least degree of sinning. Akhough all ]js guve i and now we seems so dark now, I feel strangely 5etter hopeful for you. I shall soon be sni'e in tho the arms of Jesus, and oh how I wish I might take yon with me. if it God's will but I know He will take caro of you. I prayed to him j0g On, so aa to be home in time for I have sold out all my Christmas turkeys, and tho big wagon is just roum] the corner. But you can't ;n the cold with them clothes away the The baby soon toaije friends with Alice, after the firet shy- ness and curiosity about tho stranger hud worn off, and even suffered her to rock him a little while in the low rock- ing-chair. The mother knew that Alice was wea- _ ,oni! he continued, looking at her thin ry, and showed her early to a sung little nearly all day for you, Alice: trust in i garments. Taking her by the hand, he room adjoining her own, where, after SOUght a store, near hy, where he bought nicely tucking in the warm covers'all a warm woolen shawl, a knitted hood, about her, with a good night kiss, and fleecy lined gloves, he bade j left her to her own thoughts. And oh! will stand what a confusion of memories rushed then the upon her mind But first, and above others, was the pale face of that dear, him and he will surely raise you up a friend. I cannot talk much with you, now but another time I will tell you what I wish you to do when I am gone. Come and lie down with me, precious little sister, ami don't gob so sleen, her put on. you till we Thorp., those rjet homa, and mother will rig you cut more comforta- [t.n %.Vi.x..u, wildly, dear one. There, go to sleep, The child's eyes .danced with j dear sister, and she wept as if her heart and she gathered the sobbing) pieasure ns she viewed the treasures would break at the thought of never, child to her bosom, and soothed her aa a j only say, with gla 1 never seeing her again. But soon the mother would her frightened, suffering you'r too good.' mood grew calmer, and then sho longed babe. i Not a laughed the good-natur- j to have her sister know what kind frienda It was broad daylight, when Alice farmcr. You" are niy little girl God had raised up for.her, and with the awoke. She was very stiff _and cold noW] i must provide for you.' j half-formed prayer that somo kind They soon reached the covered Jer- watcher-angel would whisper all- hor aey and lifting the little girl in, J happiness into her sister's ear, she fell ha seated 'himself beside her, drawing i asleep. In dreams, sho saw again the the buffalo robe well around her i bare cold attic with its broken and looked about for Jenny. She seem- ed to be kneeling by the bed-side, but when Alice spoke, there was no answer.. The face was colorless as marble, and a i sweet smile wreathed the thin white lips. Anii so ___ _ She seemed to have- risen at night for cnatting all the time with Iiis happy lit the little cup of water, _ and to have' tlc companion, who could hardly real tjlcy On farmer Betts j window and cheerless grate again ihe j WARD BBECHER'S Ormiox or OLD recent Mnnoa Mr. Beecher I have no lymnatbr with that rod% unfeeling, ana indelicate "oU which ia bandied about in the months of rode, unfeeling acid iactelicate persons. It is true that a ternah'   nnnn lirtr- Shn Ol IDOaO WHO-WCrC ta of to feed chickens and turkeys und vigor smiled upon her. She felt UU UlilUftCUO o n 1 T I think I should, clearly but I nev- again the soft caresses of -her loving -MIS.CELLANY St.I'r.nl, Minn. K 3xro AT AUL I TM'T Io up a little in thf KuriiHiir.-- line I .D wnnM tbis mctlioil tn infonn tlie piil.liu Ouit Troni 1'otorson'a for Out of tiie Shado-w." .in 1'rfSCOtt furn tiro of all kinds at I Steam C'nlmrf and Chai I Cheerless was the attio I Alice entered one dreary December day, iTiitroind I Alice entered one dreary December uay, j jeraey fiiymer was stt nV j after a iong walk in tha icy _ jn a shaggy great c -T SSm There was no fire whatever in the_ bro-1 woojnn C0tnforter about his i ti> VOT, nnd tllC keen air Whistled tli strangers. A pine coffin and a quick rattling tnins i auuiuu, imuujr the cart over the stones to the pauper's j er 3aw any Vive ones except those in the and grew calm and peaceful rest- burial place. Noonc heeded it, except; marfcet.' ing on her breast. one breaking heart which flung itself j Well, I never I guess you don't j The awoke lato, but with a light upon the rough box, and shrieked as they'eat them very often cither, do you novf 7' j How beautiful seemed the sunshine i have had no meat of any kind j struggling throng tho pretty window: Why, wlwt did you light before. What a beautiful red and have for breakfast T white bed-cover was spread over her Only the apple you gaye Die, sir.' i She traced the quaint pattern out with Why, Alice I never heard tbe like, i her eye_iii childish wonder and admira- What did you have yesterday 1' i Only some potato and turnip par- standing near j ]ncrg j ;n the said the child of those who: were called the bricks of God, because they chow hia sertioe rather than their own pleasure. tore her from it. It was all over, and little Alice found j herself homeless and friendless in the jrc-i. great bustling city. She was almost by grief, and almost uncon- sciously she wandered to tbe market nenr the river, and stopped to warm her which little fintjerg at a jiule charcoal furnace. A Y SICI ANS. pmclmMng clscwlKTi', ns I finj pri-parcd to infike II F. D S T K A Ti P, C II A I K S, i o. il sc'l tl-ot'i nt wlmlcsnli-as c'ncnp us llic.v put- i UOW11 InC rait, nrldeil. -Ml kinds of wnrU inado iv.ilv.r r.c inmU; in a worfciDBmifceniini- r r-istnin iriil ho-vnrrsntctl io suit or no ;iTn manufacture an ken grate, and the keen throuh the half covered roof tion. What a coilcction of treasures was spread out on the little table across the room, a tiny work-box, a china vase, doll and doll's bureau, with many glit- A still more ingenioua mode of tiger killing is that which ia aaiployed by the ;tf Oude. They uuotbcr of Itho broad leavea of the prausa trie, -which tSfieh reaemblea and. ing f well besmeared'them with a kind of birdlime, they strew them in the animvl'a way, taking care to lay them with prepared side upperost. Let .a tiger hia paw on one of tbose.iimocact looking leaves, and his fate ia paw, be nf I lv III 1 ils" in in of iipliolstored anil cnnrecnt ivork will intto ntrtinirs. So tloolors in surrounding tnvrM caji iise of me cheaper than they can order ft smr.ll lot on tbe bare But though the place vras so utterly cheerless, there was a smile aa well as a tear in her brown eyes as 3he te ro- comfortcabout his neck.. He The astonished farmer gazed at her tering toys whch se a never seen in order to bimseif of. fthe whistled de room for her besido the firC; and for the first time doubtingly but there j before except in shop windows Was d findj that plan UMUC- old no nntruthrulncss in those full, can- this really to bo her home, and this her Ue" endeavors to attain bis ob- r he ould look a own little room, 11 here she could look a 1IEKZOG, ri: i "r othpnviso D E K TI S T S. J, Hotel. _ _ C'. BAKX.4KD, PIII- [On tho Kill, nc.-ir the Pobllo GOOD STABI.ING FOR TEAMS. In that low room was the only heart on tho earth that cared for her, A loving sis- j ter watched for her return, and had ever j a gentle word and kiss for the little one i she had received from a dying soother s arms, and over whom she had watched I with maternal -tenderness. _ toiled r e rs old no nntruthrulncss in those full, can- this really to bo her home, and this her dress and shivering frame. His big dkl eyes. hond bronght out a ro3y. checked Ja it possible there are from his ovcr.coat which g Qor 7 I nevor-u waste {Q Aliee The tfiarg came into .f so A. gen- Ue" endeavors to attain bis ob- Vrnbbing it against his face, there- J ropv birdlime over bis i i people arid rc-nlly handle all those beautiful a "'piece of, things, every day if sho liked'; io AIIBB. -LUC icaia taiiio iuiu: it luai s au. j. arn sorry I tootstep and a _ ___ 'eyes of the poor, famished child, as did notljnow you were so hungry when i brought a glad answer. seVeraVmoreof tbe'trnch eagerly took it, exclaiming, Ob wc were jn the market but hero is a i "Has thee slept well Alice f I will ig witb you sir.'_ _ Of bread and butter and cold meat jhelp_the noveljriconvenience; then >T on the ground, and rubs bia head and face on the earth, in his effiwts to By so, doing be only adds fresh birdlima Jt MILLINERS. .n'rescntt irci lrin_Nci an'l ri trini 1 t ,t t n fc 1 -id 11 f onfukut ci'.X' a MISCELLANEOUS. ST. PAUL. IBOOK BINDERY And Book MfaBnfactorj-, Third St., ovw COOMB'S ERG'S Bookstore. miio uniliTsi-nwl >IH for Manufacture of BlaBk is nmr to mr.iisli Blank Bucks of every Jescriplion, ruled and houna to am- (l-'siri-il jMltcrn, vvitu or pnntpd huflingB. rarliiubr .mrt nrornptaUcnilon io ordcrefrom Coun- i tv Oftk-crs, 1 Bill Ilcaus, Shipping Pills, nilfd "aa printed to PcriniVuT.ls.MutW. (be, bound in RTIJ- stylo. cuntainiJi- direction for binding, attended to Day by day sho had __pport, unheed' nnd often harsh ed employer. Not unfrequently was sho kept busy until far into the night. "eaten quickly, and the farmer left from my dinner.' and. a gentle, loving, kiss n as pressed watched tho process, said, jhe child's hunger was keen, and the on her cheek.. I-had another for you, liUlej pre90nt rerief of mind made tbe want' Breakfast was over, .but a mce dishof. witu maternal lenueii.caa. I you geem to like apples so j rlouhly felt- She devoured it hastily, hot cream toast and a leg of broiled Day by day sho had toiled for her not let you come out; her effort to oontroMierself, for chicken awaited her in the corner; and support, unheeding the cruel exactions, fa a cold d with tliem tuin Oiothe3 hjnrrer knovrs no law.1 Benny sat on the floor atlier feet, nnd often harsh words of her steel heart- Qn and no abiiwl ncither.' Hannah will have us a good warm laughing and playing with black Bru- Just then a coarse supper wnen get homo, all ready, I; no's shaggy ears, while he occasionally evidently in a bad humor, came along, She never fails of that when I! glanced with a merry eye at tiis new J i t I...T- T can j found friend of the riight before. I And this was but the dawning of ma- lines a shake, which j ny bright mornings. Alice was adopted inti-! ia heart as well aa in namo, and soon miaht hurry on to his! grew to be the light of that cheerful 4iid mJved'slowly: 1 faster" An hour dwelling. Her away for the kind word and act of the more and they reached the pleasant farm panded witk hot-house rapidity m the J TT .1. A. M. 31IU il working costly fabrics into cloaks and mantillas to glitter in the fashionable promenade; thinking sometimes, poor girl, how a single yard of that costly trimming would bring plenty to her des- titute home. Still, she was usually content with her frugal fare, for the white wings of purity and peace were folded in her bosom, and she blest God actual want had never stared them in the face. But, at length, a dark day t; T J" j )tkUUiT. and giving Alice a rude push, bade her go to York. i __itK ytnftsi nnn nnt. ttiKfl i ;__ Foofi be off, with her and not take I J0g on a Jiule faster, room of her betters. Watch- p tne room 01 uui uumno. in.nQ be gave the icr a chance to steal something from the j seemed to understand as an stands, I don't doubt 7' she added. mation that he might hurry on t t .1 __ _t _.. A moment before, had drawn her whole j hOU3e. heart toward the farmer. Poor little i0utto i one with her loving heart torn loose from every earthly stay, how eagerly it rht at every straw for support! The good wife, Hannah, came soalc surprise 11 rough hand was stretch- gency, 15C BandolpU St. Chicago, 111. STOVJESI OP ALL KIWD3! lie fouwS r.t 1 SU T n Why, who has thee here, William 1 being a Quaker born, she occasion- used their forms "f undress. Al- genial atmosphere of love and physical ine eooa wire. J_T.animii, meet her husband, and inquired, comfort and when, a few years later the gentle hand which led and cared for her BO kindly grew a little tremulous, it to his head, body.and limbs, agglutinates hisuJeek far together in and finishes by hoodwinking himself so thoroughly wi'-h leaves birdliaM, that ho lies Souudering on the ground, tearing op the earth with his claws, al- tering howls of rage and dismay, Mid exhibited by impotent in which he has been so cries are a signal Io the authon'of his misery, "who rua to tbe spot, well armed with guna, appears, and find no difficulty in despatching their >licd and weaned foe. Tbe racking cough which had so long j iae u------- ally uacu 'distressedher, became deeper seated, and ed oat to prevent her going, and the shrank back, a little fearful that she could no longer rise from bed. d j to sj je saying, I there would be no welcome for her faere. After the scanty earnings were esbaust- man ed, the feir articles of furniture were parted with, one by one, to obtain the daily loaf of bread but in a little time this resource failed, and ghastly famine glared upon them. To-day, little Alice had wandered out _ Stay here little girl, the old woman A few words told the simple story, as shall not hurt you. She 5s only a bit i he lifted the child from the wagon and fretty this morning, and means well i placed her inside the gate. It was ety s There, Margry, are two cus- [enough, and the good mother's arms and j) uiiu tomers for you, be quick, or you'll lose heart opened wide to recei them and the vfoman stepped briskly j Thee is welcome, litl fc" i______ f iceive her. little one. was daughter Alice1 who pkocd the easy-chair in the cheeriest corner', and took upon her young shoulders all the care of the household. farmer regret his deed Never did the of love to tho tfbec v i vaui 11. 1 viKtvuT i.I COVKTi? 1 i Wi-.rmvin, to on n-.ilI i- c-on-rt ,nU .'111- 1 4TIC. aB o'f water a: ail seasons of tin- vror, thfv pojsesi CUSTOM MILLS S1 i'lid io uiiKcressiry uroided.- plvtu; Corn Meal, liran, All Kinds of .Mill for lt" of FivlUBex i v with S'. nn tlir. ol tv- l Sfnrc- p of 1.1 hoping to find a few sticks with -which to make a little blaze, on her re- turn, she fornd her sister much 1 Dear said the c could find nothing to cat bnt these nips and potato parings, which I picked up in a rubbish bos outhe I have washed them quite clean at the pump, and they will be belter than noth- jntr. I ate some of the turnip chips I raw, I was so hungry. I got theae few sticks and cinders, too, from-an ash- itiib tboogb. an old woman, vrith a, bag i on her back, beat me witb her iron hook because I took them. A policeman saw j her, and said, Let the child or j she might hurt me worse, WM to'her place. The farmer looked at tho cmld intent ly and by his kind words and seeming lly 1WIUJ t------- -----rf interest drew from her Hie simple ing.chair beside the bright fire lor iAJ j ______ nil npr j shall never want for a home again, and she brought her into the cheerful fam- 5 ily and placed Emily's low rock- n tlio hrioTit fire for her. iaL klACl homeless orphan, but ever regarded it as one of God's richest blessings to him and his. Truly he who soweth bouti tifully shall reap also bountifully.' Here is a strong passage from Carlyle: "When I gaze upon the stars, they look down upon me with pity from their serene and silent space, like eyes glisten the lot of----- ;h ;oon drew from her Hie simple ing.chair beside the bright fire tor ncr. th !ot of child, I i her sorrows related with all'. yfth gentle hands she removed her shawl, as noisy as our these tur- frankness. The shaggy sleeve! anri hood, and, when she had grown been swallowed.by time, and a CD11U a ooj f-nV t liatc ITOV.U -j was drawn across bis eyes more than warnl and comfortable, it took DUI a ,_ rcmains no record, of them anj onca ns he listened.and he had too honest minute to exchange her thin, out Arcturas and Orion. Sir --J i old garments fur a vtavm, dark worsted e p, deg are j suit which had belonged to the loved and clear 'and youngsas when JVJ.U U3 ft lirart to be asliafflcd of it. Uiu _ When she had finished, ho said, j sttit which had belonged to the loved 1 Then you have not any relations in the city, Alice 1 Nobody to look for THE United States >re represented to be the largest consumers of champute in the worM, and the consuBption per annum ia etttmmted to one mimon baskets. The whole chaonajpie: district ia about acres, and toe of wine manufactured for exportation m bottles, or about baskets. Of this Rawia conmraes 000, Grett Britain and fcw France, 146 800, and the United Stttes 220- OOO' TJwt Custom House York, ihroigh which passes New- large amount ofthe champage toporud into thia country, reports only 1J5.MO lw- ksta per Seven bundwd and yon home to-night i 8ir sho answered, I have no home now. None but the station house j ntone. the first noted them, 1 Just about her said the good J woman, thoughtfully, only plJ1D She would rather thee bad them than JT wron to jndgea man by a sia- She would j ole at the same time, all UJ UKf f f er'hty thousand baskets, therefore, of the wine drunk tbw for im- ported champHne, amount equal to the wbrto wpply of the tho world. CUC WUUIU jatuct that they should lie idlo. e away all she possessed to-make any -.1 i sleeping there Lihrariait Frescott Bool WILLLOl TAIT child in the city, is. theft', i UIU9V things as soon as I can make the fire go i There are six matches left in box I a lot of paper I found in the street just alter they had swept a store. The child set herself busily to vrork.and Mj go home with mo, Alice 1 will be a mother to you, would seem The transformed child beautiful after having cc her soft broivii hairj and a long circular comb. to Birryhis mother? a new ata at t-: table. j fS circumstances attending it snoufcj even be known. In a moment of entbu. looked really i a fajae calculation, a transient er- brushed i ror make the most honest man confined it; a censnnible action. Jadgwent j should bs deduced from tlie whole life, i there Hetptr, ,Ko Bacon to Mrt. mother of the officiating j   

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